Health and Safety are important in your life, there are some procedure to get this purposes. Chemical hazard and symbol, unsafe condition and unsafe action, reapeted nearmiss can lead big incident. Welding inspection, certification, hazardous waste and regulation, waste disposal company and treatment. Risk management, emergency situation, crysis management. ISO and OSHAS Procedure, Audit, Environmental Protection Law, hot job, confine space. People Protection Equipment, PPE, safety equipment.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Safety Regulation for Paramedical

Paramedic should be certified:
  1. To every paramedical official having joined such training will be given a certificate.
  2. By obtaining such certificate the paramedical official concerned has fulfilled the conditions to make services in industrial hygiene and occupational health according to his function.
Training Implementation:
Anything in relation with the implementation of the training in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Safety and Health as in above mentioned will be decided by the Head of the Center of Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Safety and Health.

Penalties:
Undertakings which fail to observe the provisions prescribed in section 1 above shall be liable to penalties as meant in subsection 15 (2) of Act No. 1 of 1970 on Occupational Safety Law.

Industrial Hygiene Inspetor:
The industrial hygiene inspector shall conduct inspection on the obeyance to the provision as mentioned in section 1.
Regulation No. PER-02/MEN/1980, Medical Examination of Workers in Providing Safety

Definitions:
Pre-medical Examination prior to employment is medical examination performed by a doctor before a worker is engaged to perform work.

Periodical Medical Examination is medical examination of workers performed by a physician at specific periods.
Special Medical Examination is medical examination performed by a doctor specifically on particular workers.

Doctor is a physician appointed by an employer who has fulfilled the conditions in accordance with Regulation of the Minister of Manpower, Transmigration and Co-operatives No. PER-01/MEN/1976 and other conditions approved by the Director General for the Development of Labour Relations and the Protection of Manpower.

Director is official as referred to in Decision of the Minister of Manpower, Transmigration and Cooperatives No. KEPTS-79/MEN/1977.

Premedical examination for worker:
  1. Pre-medical examination is meant in order that a worker who is engaged shall be in the best possible condition, is not suffering from a contagious disease which may affect another worker, and is suitable for the work he should perform so that the safety and health of the worker concerned and other workers may also be ensured.
  2. Any undertaking as referred to in subsection 2 (2) of Act No. 1 of 1970 shall provide pre-medical examination to workers. © Regional Institute of Environmental Technology Occupational Health / 7 - 39
  3. Pre-medical examination covers complete physical examination, physical fitness, X-rays of the lungs (if possible), laboratory routine and other examinations considered necessary.
  4. For specific works it is considered necessary to perform examination in accordance with the need in order to prevent the hazards which may arise.
  5. Any employer, manager or doctor shall be obliged to make a manual on medical examination prior to employment which secures the placement of workers in accordance with their health and the work which shall be performed and such must first have the approval of the Director.
  6. The manual on pre-medical examination shall be developed and improved in accordance with the capability of the undertaking and development of medical science in safety.
  7. If 3 (three) months previously medical examination has been performed by a doctor as referred to in subsection 1 (d) no doubt has arisen concerning the health of a worker, pre-medical examination is not necessary.
Periodical Medical Examination:
  1. Any undertaking as meant in subsection 2 (2) above shall provide periodical medical examination to workers at least once a year except otherwise determined by the Director General for the Development of Labour Relations and Protection of Manpower.
  2. Periodical medical examination is meant to maintain the health condition of the worker after having performed work and to make evaluation on the possible influences of work as early as possible which are necessary to be controlled by taking preventive measures.
  3. Periodical medical examination covers complete physical examination, physical fitness, x-rays of the lungs (if possible,) laboratory routine and other examinations considered necessary.
  4. Any employer, manager or doctor shall be obliged to make a manual on periodical medical examination conform with the needs in accordance with the existing kinds of work.
  5. The manual on periodical medical examination shall be developed in accordance with the capability of the undertaking and development of medical science in safety.
  6. In case of disorders or indispositions found on workers during the periodical examinations the manager shall be obliged to take further measures to eliminate such disorders and its cause in order to secure safety and health.
  7. In order that the periodical medical examination shall cover a wide range health services in addition to that of the undertaking may be provided by the manager according to the needs.
  8. In enforcing the obligation of periodical medical examination, the Director General for the Development of Labour Relations and Protection of Manpower may appoint one or several Boards as organisers who shall give.
Reporting Diseases:
If a Board as referred to in subsection 3 (8) in carrying out the periodical medical examinations has discovered occupational diseases such Board shall report this to the Director General for the Development of Labour Relations and Protection of Manpower through the Regional Office of the Directorate General as meant above.

Occupational Disease means any disease caused by occupation or work environment. Manager means any person charged with the direct management of a workplace or independent part thereof.

Safety and Health Inspector means a doctor or an official with special qualifications appointed by the Minister of Manpower and Transmigration.

Doctor means a physician as meant in Regulation of the Manpower and Transmigration No. PER- 02/MEN/1980.

If during the periodical and special medical examination as stipulated in the regulation of the Minister of Manpower and Transmigration No. PER-02/MEN/1980 occupational diseases are found on workers, the manager or Board appointed is obliged to report in writing to the Local Office of the Directorate General for the Development of Labour Relations and Protection of Manpower.

2 comments:

  1. You have given a safety regulation for paramedical. That would help me in various manners.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Before we define industrial chemistry, it may be helpful to know that the development of industrial chemistry started when a need to know how various chemicals are produced in much more than the laboratory scale, arose.
    Environmental Health and Safety training

    ReplyDelete