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Provided that the control of the exposure shall be regarded as adequate if – the level of airborne lead is. In today’s process industry environment, it is becoming more and more important for companies to manage the risks associated with their plants.
These methods are in use from the initial conceptual design stage of any project or change up to the stage where the facility has been in operation for many years. With this paper we are providing an overview of such a risk assessment method, namely Facility Risk Review FRR which uses a combination of techniques of a qualitative and quantitative nature.
Provided that where contaminated personal protective equipment has to be disposed of, it shall be treated as lead waste as contemplated in regulation Adding to this dilemma is the fact that the reviewing specialist has to choose from a variety of risk assessment methods that have varying degrees of complexity, cost and applicability.
These methods are similar to those currently being used with great success in the risk assessment process at the facilities of the Sasol Group of Companies.
South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)
Provided that the measurement of blood lead concentrations shall be repeated during the third and the sixth month after commencement of employment: Abstract In today’s process industry environment, it sans becoming more and more important for companies to manage the risks associated with their plants.
Provided that personal medical records shall only be made available to an occupational health practitioner; subject to paragraph cmake the records contemplated in paragraph aexcluding personal medical records, available for inspection by an inspector; subject to formal consent in writing of an employee, allow any person to peruse the records of that particular employee; make the records of all assessments and air monitoring available for perusal by the relevant health and safety representative or health and safety committee; keep all records of assessments and air monitoring for a minimum period of 40 years; keep all medical surveillance records for a minimum period of 40 years and if he, she or it ceases activities, hmd over or forward by registered post all those records to the relevant provincial director: In these Regulations, any word or expression to which a meaning has been assigned in the Act shall have the meaning so assigned and, unless the context otherwise indicates.
Choosing the right assessment method which will provide the information management needs to address the facility’s risks is often the most difficult part in the whole assessment process.
Provided that those records shall contain at least the following information. Provided that the period of such additional imprisonment shall in no case exceed 90 days. Recommended articles Citing articles 0. Cost factors, time constraints, manpower availability, legislatory pressures and uncertainty on the most applicable risk assessment method to use, are just some of the problems facing management.