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General instructions for the paint shop and handling paint materials

Hazardous areas in repair paint shops:

  • Danger from fires, explosions and hot surfaces.
  • Dangers to health and safety from the effects of harmful substances because of their absorption through the skin and/or inhalation.
  • Dangers caused by electricity, compressed air, power tools and noise.

WARNING: During painting work there is an increased danger of fire or explosion.

Prevent any sparks being created. Fire, naked lights and smoking are forbidden.

Measures:

  • Wear protective footwear made from anti-static material.
  • Only use tools made of wood, brass or copper to clean stands and extraction ducts. Do not use tools made of steel.

Only fill or decant paint materials in a specially marked area.

As well as these general instructions on the dangers in repair paint shops, all national and international regulations must be observed:

  • Health and Safety at Work Act
  • Ordinance on Hazardous Substances
  • Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances
  • Regulations for the Prevention of Industrial Accidents
  • EU Directive on Hazardous Substances, 98/24/EU
  • EU Directive on Noise, 2003/10/EU
  • EU Directive on Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), 1999/13/EU, 2001/81/EU, 2004/42/EU
  • Safety instructions of equipment and tool manufacturers
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