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RAB 25 Working in Compressed Air (Specification of the Compressed Air Ordinance)

Rule for Occupational Safety and Health on Construction Sites

[BArbBl. 3/2004, p. 48 ff.]
as of: 12.11.2003

The Rules for Occupational Safety and Health on Construction Sites (RAB) reflect the state of the art with regard to safety and health protection on construction sites. They are drawn up by the Committee for Safety and Health Protection on Construction Sites (ASGB) and are adapted by this Committee in accordance with developments.

The RAB rules are published by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour in the Federal Journal (Bundesarbeitsblatt BArbBl.).

The present document RAB 25 contains recommendations relating to the provisions of the Compressed Air Ordinance and answers to frequently asked questions on the Compressed Air Ordinance.

Contents

  • Part 1 Recommendations on the approval of exceptions under section 12 (1) of the Compressed Air Ordinance
  • Part 2 Issuance of a qualification certificate according to section 18 (2) of the Compressed Air Ordinance
  • Part 3 Exit through the air lock using oxygen after work in compressed air in conjunction with section 21 (1) DruckLV and Annex 2 DruckLV
  • Annex A Specimen for documentation of work assignments
  • Annex B Specimen for the application for issuance of a qualification certificate according to section 18 (2) of the Compressed Air Ordinance
  • Annex C Specimen for evidence of activity for application for issuance of a qualification certificate according to section 18 (2) of the Compressed Air Ordinance
  • Annex D Specimen for the qualification certificate according to section 18 (2) of the Compressed Air Ordinance
  • Appendix Answers to frequently asked questions on the application of the Compressed Air Ordinance

Please download the complete RAB 25 "Working in Compressed Air (Specification of the Compressed Air Ordinance)".

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