4. LEGISLATION APPLICABLE TO THE AREA

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May 02 2010

LEGISLATION APPLICABLE TO FIELD Woodworking PART II Resolution 02 400 (May 22, 1979) Provisions on housing, health and safety in places of work. PART I 2.1 General. PART II 2.2.2 Hygiene Services CHAPTER IV 2.2.4 From the hygiene in workplaces, order and cleanliness. Arts. 30, 32, 33, 36. CHAPTER V 2.2.5 Waste disposal and waste. Arts. 38, 39, 43, 45. PART III 2.3 Standards general physical, chemical and biological facilities work. CHAPTER I 2.3.1 temperature, moisture and heat. Arts. 63, 67, 69, 71, 73. CHAPTER II 2.3.2 ventilation. Arts. 70, 71, 72, 78. CHAPTER III 2.3.3 From the lighting. Arts. 79, 82, 84, 85, 86. CHAPTER IV 2.3.4 From the noise and vibration. Arts. 92, 95, 96. CHAPTER VII 2.3.7 AC electricity, continuous and static. Arts. 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 127, 128, 130, 131, 133, 136, 147, 152. CHAPTER IX 2.3.9 Environmental Pollution. Article 159. CHAPTER X 02/03/1910 De infectious and toxic substances. Article 164. CHAPTER XI 03/02/1911 De flammable and explosive substances. Art167 PART IV 2.4 From work clothes and protective equipment. CHAPTER I 2.4.1 In working clothes. Arts. 170,171,173,175. 2.4.2 The equipment and protective gear. PART VI 2.6 In the prevention and suppression. PART VIII 2.8 The machinery, equipment and apparatus in general. PART V Resolution 8321 (August 4, 1983) Rules on hearing protection and conservation of health and welfare of people. PART VII Resolution 2309 (February 24, 1986) Standards for compliance with the contents of the title in March.Part 4 of Book 1 of Decree 2811 of 1974 and Title I, III, and XI of Act 9 of 1979 concerning special waste. PART VII Resolution 2013 (June 6, 1986) Rules of organization and operation of the committees of Medicine, Industrial Hygiene and Safety in the workplace. PART XIII Resolution 1792 (May 3, 1990) Permissible limits for occupational exposure to noise.

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