CONTROLLING FIRE AND EXPLOSION RISKS IN THE WORKPLACE — A BRIEF GUIDE TO THE DSEAR
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This is a compact yet quite comprehensive guidance booklet providing necessary information about the regulations governing the DSEAR, standing for the dangerous substances and explosive atmospheres. The document will give clear overview of the provisions of the DSEAR regulations and explain in detail what employers will have to do in order to protect their workers from the risks associated with fire and explosion.
It will be equally interesting to the employees themselves as well as to their representatives. The declared intent of the above mentioned Regulations is to protect human beings from the risks that are normally implied when dealing with the various potentially dangerous substances and explosive atmospheres. Subject products place additional duties on the employers who shall make every effort protecting their employees from the risks at the workplace.
In general, any substance that may potentially cause any harm to people when not properly controlled, shall be considered dangerous substances. Such substances could be found in most workplaces - for example flammable gases and chemicals, LPG and paints. solvents and varnishes - all these are dangerous substances...
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