Pressure Systems Safety Rules 2000

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• Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 – This applies in the workshop because safety precautions need to be taken before use of both of the systems to ensure it is fully operational before use. • The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 – This is so damage isn’t done to the operators ears whilst using the machine in the workshop and to anyone in the surrounding area. • Pressure Equipment Regulations 1999 – This has to apply to all equipment used with systems in the workshop to ensure safety and good use. • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) – the systems contain fluids which can cause harm to the skin so these regulations have to be followed to ensure nobody is seriously injured or killed. • The Supply…show more content…
PPE must be worn at all times and made sure that it isn’t restricting the movement of the worker, this will include the control of noise at work act as ear protectors must be worn to ensure no damage to the ears. PPE must be worn from entering the workshop and removed when leaving. The pressure gauges should be checked and the rigs must be released of pressure before switching back on in case of high amounts of pressure already being in the system potentially causing the rigs to blow cables and pipes about, which also
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