Thông tư 04/2014/TT-BLDTBXH

Circular No. 04/2014/TT-BLDTBXH dated February 12, 2014, guiding implementation of regulations on personal protective equipment

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THE MINISTRY OF LABOR, INVALIDS AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM Independence - Freedom – Happiness
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No. 04/2014/TT-BLDTBXH

Hanoi, February 12, 2014

 

CIRCULAR

GUIDING IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATIONS ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Pursuant to Article 149 Labor Code dated June 18, 2012;

Pursuant to Government’s Decree No. 106/2012/ND-CP dated 20/12/2012, defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of Labor - Invalid and Social Affair;

At the proposal of Director of the Department of Labor safety,

The Minister of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs promulgates Circular guiding implementation of regulations on personal protective equipment.

Chapter 1.

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Scope of regulation

This Circular guides the implementation of regulations on personal protective equipment; list of personal protective equipment for laborers doing occupations, works in contact with harmful, dangerous elements.

Article 2. Subjects of application

1. The employers in enterprises, agencies, organizations, cooperatives; individuals using laborers, including:

a) Administrative agencies; non-business units; armed forces (including forces doing cipher work);

b) Political organizations, socio-political organizations, socio-professional organizations, other social organizations;

c) Enterprises of all economic sectors;

d) Cooperatives;

dd) Agencies, foreign organizations, international organizations locate head office on territory of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam;

e) Other organizations and individuals using laborers.

2. Civil servants, public employees, employees working in environment with harmful, dangerous elements including managers regularly going for inspection, examination and supervision on the field, research officers, teachers, internships, apprentices or laborers on probationary in enterprises, agencies, cooperatives, organizations and individuals using laborers state at Clause 1 this Article.

Article 3. Personal protective equipment

1. Personal protective equipment are necessary tools and means provided to worker during their work or performing their duties in order to protect bodies from impact of harmful, dangerous elements arising during their work, when dangerous, harmful elements are not be able to eliminated entirely by technological solutions, equipment, technical safety and labor hygiene measures at the working place.

2. Personal protective equipment includes:

a) Head protective devices;

b) Eye and face protective devices;

c) Hearing protective devices;

d) Respiratory protective devices;

dd) Hand and foot protective devices;

e) Body protective devices;

g) Protective devices preventing of falling from height;

h) Protective devices preventing of electric shock, electromagnetic field;

i) Protective devices preventing down;

k) Other devices ensuring occupational safety and health.

3. Personal protective equipment provided for employees should be adequate to prevent effectively the effective of harmful, dangerous elements of working environment but convenient and easily for use and maintenance and should not create other harmful elements.

4. Personal protective devices must satisfy the quality, specification in accordance with regulations, standards and other provisions of the State.

Chapter 2.

PRINCIPLES FOR PROVISION, USE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Article 4. Conditions for provision of personal protective equipment

Workers who during their work are in contact with one of the following dangerous and harmful elements shall be provided with personal protective equipment:

1. Contacting with disadvantageous physical elements;

2. Contacting with harmful chemicals and dust;

3. Contacting with harmful biological elements and disadvantageous working environment:

a) Harmful virus, bacteria (transmittal diseases), harmful insects;

b) Polluted dung, water, sewage;

c) Other harmful biological elements;

4. Working with machinery, equipment, working tools, or in positions with high risks of occupational accidents; working in the height, in mines, low-oxygen places; working on water, in forest or working in other dangerous and harmful working conditions.

Article 5. Principles for provision of personal protective equipment

1. The employers shall ensure to carry out technological, equipment, technical safety and occupational hygiene measures to eliminate or to reduce to minimum the damage of dangerous and harmful elements as less as possible and to improve working conditions before providing personal protective equipment.

2. The employers provide personal protective equipment for the employee in accordance with the list in Annex 1 promulgated together with this Circular. Where unsafe occupations having dangerous and harmful elements not ensuring health safety for employees are not covered yet in the list of the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, the employers shall be temporally allowed to provide personal protective equipment to meet the requirements of such occupations, and they shall concurrently send reports to the provincial Departments of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs, of Ministries, sectors directly managing them according to the set form in Annex 2 promulgated together with this Circular for supplement to list by the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs.

3. The employers, based on requirements of each job or each occupation in the workplace and taking into account the opinions of grassroots trade union or representatives of employees collective shall set up a life time of personal protective equipment to fit with nature of work and quality of used personal protective equipment.

4. The employers must make a book of providing and monitoring the personal protective equipment and this book must have signatures of employees received personal protective equipment according to form in Annex 3 promulgated together with this Circular.

5. Employees have right to request the employers for providing new equipment or changing kind of personal protective equipment specified in Annex 1 promulgated together with this Circular to be adequate with actual conditions. The employers shall consult opinions of grassroots trade union or representatives of employees collective before decision.

6. The employers shall, depend on specific requirements, provide necessary personal protective equipment for visitors or learners to use during visit and study.

7. All acts by employer to pay cash in hand for employee instead of providing personal protective equipment or to pay cash in hand and let employee to purchase personal protective equipment themselves are strictly prohibited.

Article 6. Principles for use of personal protective equipment

1. The employer shall instruct their workers how to smoothly use the adequate personal protective equipment and closely supervise their use.

2. As for the dedicated personnel protective devices that require technically high safety, the employer (or persons authorized for provision) shall check to ensure quality, standards of personal protective devices before distribution to the employee and periodically recheck personal protective equipment during use and make records into a logbook; not using equipment failing to satisfy technical requirements or expired.

3. Persons provided personal protective equipment must use that equipment in accordance with regulations during work. If employees violate regulations, depend on seriousness of violation, they must bear discipline in accordance with labor rules of their establishments or provisions of law.

4. Workers shall not pay for personal protective equipment. In case personal protective equipment is lost, damaged, or expired, the employer shall provide a substitute. In case of the loss or break- down without legitimate reasons, a worker shall pay in accordance with labor rules of establishments. When personal protective equipment run out of life time for using or when the employee moves to other occupations, the employee shall return personal protective equipment to the employer if required but they must sign for handing over.

Article 7. Principles for maintenance of personal protective equipment

1. The employer shall provide facility for storing and maintaining personal protective equipment according to the instructions of manufactures, or producer of such personal protective equipment. Workers shall keep the provided personal protective equipment.

2. As for personal protective devices used in polluted areas vulnerable by toxic substance, bacteria, radiation, after using, the employer shall carry out anti- contamination measures, bacteria sterilize, appropriate purging measures to meet the requirements of Hygiene and safety standards for employees, surrounding environment and shall check such equipment periodically.

Chapter 3.

ORGANIZATION OF IMPLEMENTATION

Article 8. Responsibilities of the employer

1. Based on provisions of personal protective equipment promulgated in this Circular and the life time of personal protective equipment already been decided, the employer shall consult opinions of grassroots trade union or representatives of employees collective to set up an annual plan for purchasing personal protective equipment (including a reserve plan).

2. Expenditures for procuring, providing personal protective equipment shall be accounted into regular expenses for administrative agencies, non-business units, accounted into cost for production and business of the production and business establishments.

3. Periodically, reporting to the provincial Departments of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs about implementation of personal protective equipment together with implementation of occupational safety and hygiene.

Article 9. Responsibilities of the provincial Departments of the Ministry of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs

1. Assisting People's Committees in provinces and central-affiliated cities to disseminate this Circular to all enterprises, production and business establishments located in their localities; and instructing, urging, examining, inspecting implementation of regulations on personal protective equipment in localities managed by them.

2. Periodically, summing up and reporting to Ministry of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs about implementation of this Circular together with implementation of occupational safety and hygiene by enterprises, agencies and organizations in their localities.

Article 10. Responsibilities of Ministries, Ministerial agencies, Governmental agencies, People’s Committees of provinces and central-affiliated cities

Ministries, Ministerial agencies, Governmental agencies, People’s Committees of provinces and central-affiliated cities shall sum up, propose the Ministry of Labor - Invalid and Social Affair to promulgate amendments to list of personal protective equipment for laborers doing occupations, works in contact with harmful, dangerous elements, and guide, direct, urge, check implementation of regulations on personal protective equipment at enterprises, agencies, organizations under their management.

Article 11. Effect

1. This Circular takes effect on April 15, 2014.

2. Decision No. 1407/1997/QD-BLDTBXH dated November 14, 1997 of Minister of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs on promulgating the personal protective equipment standard for special occupations, works of national serve sector; Circular No. 10/1998/TT-LDTBXH dated May 28, 1998, of the Ministry of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs, guiding implementation of regulations on personal protective equipment; Decision No. 68/2008/QD-BLDTBXH dated December 29, 2008, of Minster of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs, promulgating list of personal protective equipment for laborers doing occupations, works with harmful, dangerous elements and other documents which are contrary to this Circular cease to be effective on the effective date of this Circular.

3. In the course of implementation, any arising problems should be reported to the Ministry of Labor - Invalids and Social Affairs for study and settlement.

 

 

FOR THE MINISTER OF LABOR - INVALIDS AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS
DEPUTY MINISTER




Bui Hong Linh

 

APPENDIX 1

LIST OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR WORKERS ENGAGED IN HAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 04/2014/TT-BLDTBXH dated February 12, 2014 by the Ministry of Labor - Invalids and Social affairs).

I. SURVEYING - CARTOGRAPHY

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Reconnaissance for triangulation in woods, mountains and islands.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-leech socks;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Raincoat;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working over water

2

Triangulation.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Low-cut canvas shoes(1);

- Warm coat and headgear(2);

- Lifebuoy(3);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with high-necked canvas shoes when working in woods and mountains.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(3) Equipped when working over water.

3

- Positioning of survey markers, geodetic leveling;

- Astronomical surveying, gravity surveying, optical power metering;

- Installing of markers of cement, sand and stone;

- Topographic mapping;

- Installing of geodesic markers made of cement, sand and stone.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes(1);

- Anti-leech socks;

- Warm clothing and headgear(2);

- Lifebuoy(3);

- Raincoat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(4);

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with high-necked canvas shoes when working in woods and mountains.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(3) Equipped when working over water.

(4) Generally equipped when necessary.

4

Geodetic surveying and implantation of roads and bridges.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Equipped when working over water.

5

Measuring and classification of paddy fields and land for cadastral mapping.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

6

Erection and maintenance of markers, building of foundations, installing of cement, sand and stone markers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes(1);

- Anti-leech socks;

- Shoulder pads;

- Warm clothing and headgear(2);

- Lifebuoy(3);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(4);

- Dust mask(5);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(5);

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with high-necked canvas shoes when working in woods and mountains.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(3) Equipped when working over water.

(4) Equipped when working at height.

(5) Equipped when removing rust from or applying anti-termite paint on steel or wood markers.

II. HYDROMETEOROLOGY

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Surface-based meteorological observation (i.e. measuring of temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, rain and wind; maintaining of equipment).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Canvas gloves;

- Warm protective headgear(1);

- Blue overcoat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

(2) Equipped when measuring radiation.

2

Hydrological observation: Measuring of river flow.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Warm coat and headgear(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working over deep water.

(2) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

3

Hydrological observation: Measuring of river level.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots;

- Rubber gloves;

- Warm coat and headgear(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

4

Oceanographic observation: Measuring of water level, salinity and pH.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots;

- Rubber gloves;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Warm coat and headgear(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working over deep water.

(2) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

5

Collecting of rainfall data at stations.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Soap.

 

6

Agrometeorological observation (i.e. measuring of ground-based meteorological elements, growing of plants for agrometeorological experiment).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber gloves;

- Warm coat and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

7

Aerometeorological observation (i.e. measuring of temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and wind at various heights).

- Overcoat of white fabric;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Warm coat and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

8

Operating of hydrogen generators.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber gloves;

- Warm coat and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

9

Observation of ozone and ultraviolet rays.

- Overcoat of white fabric;

- Fabric hat;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Insulating boots(1);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Warm coat and headgear(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

10

Environmental observation.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Warm coat and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in areas where temperature is below 13.5o.

11

Chemical testing of ambient water and air (under the Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology).

- Overcoat of white fabric;

- White hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

12

Surveying of hydrometeorology, oceanography, agriculture and environment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

13

Inspection and repair of hydrometeorological machinery.

- Suspenders;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

III. EXPLORATION OF MINERALS AND NATURAL RESOURCES

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

- Geodetic logging;

- Land surveying and implantation.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Shoulder pads;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

2

- Exploration of oil and gas;

- Geological exploration, undertaking of expeditions with exploratory units, supervising of the construction of geological facilities

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks(1);

- Warm clothing and headgear(2);

- Rubber boots(3);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped for exploratory trips in a woods.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(3) Generally equipped when necessary.

3

Airborne geophysics.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

4

Sea surface geophysics.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Gaiters;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

5

Sifting of mineral sands, metallometric sampling, channel sampling, industrial processing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

6

Sample grinding.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

7

Crushing, sieving and packing of ores.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Face towel;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

8

Radioactivity logging.

- Clothing of thick and plain fabric;

- Spring/summer underclothing;

- Protective headgear against brain injury;

- Canvas or rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Gripper;

- Radiation emergency kit.

- Rubber boots(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- X-ray and radiation proof clothing(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

9

Radiation detection and probing.

- Clothing of thick and plain fabric;

- Spring/summer underclothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Warm socks;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Rubber boots(2);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

10

- Sifting of radioactive minerals, crushing of radioactive ores;

- Technician’s works in a radioactive mine.

- Clothing of thick and plain fabric;

- Spring/summer underclothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Warm clothing and socks(1);

- Rubber boots(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

11

Working in laboratories of radiation physics and chemistry.

- White overcoat;

- White fabric pants;

- White hat;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Rubber sandals;

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

12

Interaction with X-ray, radioactive rays and ultrasound

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Radiation proof rubber gloves;

- X-ray and radiation proof apron;

- Soap.

 

13

Settlement of radiation and nuclear emergency

- Radiation suit;

- Radiation proof mask;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized protective headgear against radioactive rays;

- Face towel;

- Soap;

- Rubber boots;

- Radiation proof rubber gloves;

- Radiation proof apron;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

IV. MINING

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

IV.1. Underground mining

1

- Longwall support and transport;

- Mine support (during construction and mining).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gaiters(1);

- Rubber boots(2);

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when mining.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

- Equipped with raincoat when working in a mine into which water is seeping.

2

Operating of drills, hammer drills, boring of holes then loading of blasting agents (for construction and exploitation of mines)

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gaiters(2);

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when mining.

- Equipped with raincoat when working in a mine into which water is seeping.

3

Transporting and inserting of blasting agents in underground mines (no drilling)

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gaiters(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

4

 

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Insulating gloves(2);

- Insulating boots(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Machines-related instrument equipped when necessary.

5

 

Unloading, disassembling and funneling of chutes, dumping of minerals into minecarts and hauling of minecarts into and out of mines.

 

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gaiters

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

6

Transporting of materials, equipment and machinery in underground mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

7

Driving of electric trains carrying minerals out of mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Insulating gloves;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

8

Coupling and joining of cars of electric mine trains.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

9

Installing of machinery and equipment for mine exploitation and construction and making of routine repairs.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

10

- Attending to mechanical and electrical repairs inside mines;

- Installing and repairing of phone lines and voice lines inside mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Flash light;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

11

- Installing, repairing and prospecting of water pipes inside mines;

- Blacksmith’s works inside mines

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

12

Ventilating and draining of wastewater along mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

13

- Revamping and supporting of mines;

- Construction of arches and sewers in underground mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gaiters;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

14

Closing of ventilators inside mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

15

- Operating of air compressors;

- Operating of blowers in mines;

- Operating of hoists that carry people and materials into and out of mineshafts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Insulating gloves(2);

- Soap.

(2) Machines-related instrument equipped when necessary.

16

- Surveying of land inside mines;

- Sampling of minerals inside mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Miner’s protective headgear against traumatic brain injury (i.e. miner’s helmet);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

17

- Closing of ventilators outside mines;

- Shaft signaling.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

IV.2. Surface mining and contour mining

18

Operating of drilling machines (e.g. blowout, blasthole, drilling rig).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Machines-related instrument equipped when necessary.

19

Operation and repairing of hammer drills.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Belly pad;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

20

Carrying and loading of blasting agents, detonating of explosives (no drilling).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Goggles against sparks and flying debris;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

21

- Driving of graders, bulldozers, pile drivers and gathering vehicles;

- Driving of diesel-powered excavators (including driver’s assistant)

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Belly buckle;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

22

Driving of electric-powered excavators (including driver's assistant)

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Machines-related instrument equipped when necessary.

23

Disassembling, funneling and unloading of chutes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

24

- Construction of exploitation of mines:

+ Scraping of soil and rock;

+ Excavating and transporting of minerals;

- Dumping of overburden at the crest, trucks and rolling stocks, cart pushing;

- Ground leveling, clearance, amassing and transporting at mineral storage sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

Female workers are also equipped with a shawl (1.2m x 0.8m) as protection from dust and solar heat.

25

Ditch digging and well boring (exploration and mining of minerals).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

26

Driving of electric train on benches outside the mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

27

- Signaling at route’s ends (i.e. Morse code);

- Moderation of vehicles into and out of pits and dumpsites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

28.

Operating of belt conveyors, removing of rock and impurities from belt conveyors, rolling stocks and storage sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Rubber gloves;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Raincoat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

(2) Equipped when working outdoors.

29

Shaft operation (i.e. hooking, locking, cable pulling, cleaning of excavators).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

30

Sampling of minerals at benches.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

31

Preparing of tools and materials for production, distributing of tools and equipment to workers on daily basis; carrying of tools to work sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

32

- Examining and repairing of motor vehicles of open-pit mines on-site;

- Installing, disassembling and relocating of machinery and equipment at open-pit mine construction and exploitation sites.

- Canvas clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

IV.3. Crushing - Sieving - Screening

33

Smashing, sieving and sifting of stones, ores and coal (in manual manner) in preparation plants and at storage sites, unloading of chutes, hoisting and sifting.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Shawl (1.2m x 0.8m) against dust, heat and sunlight(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

34

- Operating of vibrating screen machines:

- Operating of machines for smashing, clamping and crushing minerals;

- Operating of machines for filtering and separating minerals (e.g. coal and ores).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

35

- Operating of (water-based) ore washing machines;

- Operating of water blasting and pumping machines;

- Sifting of minerals, scraping of waste in washing machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

36

Manual sifting of minerals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

37

Preparing of barrels in preparation plants.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

38

Magnetic separation of ores.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

39

- Pulling and inserting of hoists, chocking, bolting and disassembling of wagons;

- Pushing and propelling of wagons.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

40

Closing and sweeping of vehicle parking in mineral weighing and screening facilities or storage sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

41

Locating of tailing ponds, opening of tailing valves and cleaning of wagon revolving area.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

42

- Installing and repairing of weighing devices at mineral storage sites (i.e. large scale for an entire rolling stock or vehicle);

- Repairing of electrical and mechanical equipment in preparation plants.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

 

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

V. EXPLOITATION - TRANSPORTATION - PROCESSING - STORAGE - DISTRIBUTION OF OIL AND GAS PRODUCTS

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

- Shift leaders for drilling engineering;

- Deep drilling;

- Detonating of explosives, well testing;

- Repairing of drills and pumps;

- Construction of drilling rig tower;

- Operating of diesel-powered machines on drilling rigs;

- Rig electricians;

- Borehole surveyors;

- Measuring of radiation in boreholes;

- Operating of well pit pump stations;

- Operating of air compressors and air compression stations;

- Manual repairing of marine drilling equipment;

- Production technicians.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Earplugs;

- Protective headgear with fabric-made shoulder covering or brim for protection from traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Towel as head covering(3);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working at sea.

(3) Equipped when working directly with petroleum.

2

- Processing of chemical products;

- Cementing

- Manufacturing of drilling fluid.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Earplugs;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Dust mask;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant apron;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

3

Building of oil and gas facilities.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Anti-slippery high-necked leather or canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Protective headgear with fabric-made shoulder covering or brim for protection from traumatic brain injury;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Shoulder pads;

- Towel as head covering(3);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

(3) Equipped when working directly with petroleum.

4

Welding of oil and gas facilities.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Anti-slippery high-necked leather or canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Protective headgear with fabric-made shoulder covering or brim for protection traumatic brain injury;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Welding helmet;

- Welding goggles;

- Insulating gloves;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Shoulder pads;

- Towel as head covering(3);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

(3) Equipped when working directly with petroleum.

5

Water sampling.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber gloves;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

6

Operating of oil and gas piping systems.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear with fabric-made shoulder covering or brim for protection traumatic brain injury;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Earplugs(1);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Rubber boots(1);

- Towel as head covering(2);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working directly with petroleum.

7

Repairing and maintaining of oil and gas piping systems.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear with fabric-made shoulder covering or brim for protection traumatic brain injury;

- Oil resistant high-necked leather shoes;

- Oil resistant gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Earplugs(1);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Towel as head covering(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working directly with petroleum.

8

Protecting of metal parts of oil and gas facilities from corrosion (i.e. sandblasting, spraying of aluminum or paint).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Oil resistant high-necked leather shoes;

- Oil resistant gloves;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

9

Chemical testing of petroleum.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Soap.

 

10

Operating of machinery and equipment that manufacture oil and gas products.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Acid resistant goggles(1);

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves(1);

- Oil and acid resistant rubber boots(1);

- Half-face respirator(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- High-necked iron-toe leather shoes(1);

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Acid resistant clothing(1);

- Raincoat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working directly with acid.

11

Repairing and maintaining of machinery and equipment that manufacture chemical products of oil and gas.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Acid resistant goggles(1);

- Oil resistant gloves(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves(1);

- Oil and acid resistant boots(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- High-necked iron-toe leather shoes;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Acid resistant clothing(1);

- Raincoat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Insulating gloves(2);

- Welding helmet(2);

- Welding goggles(2);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(2);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working directly with acid.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary

12

- Refining and reclaiming of oil;

- Preparing of oil and lubricants.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Half-face respirator;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary

13

Analyzing of geochemical, palaeobiological, lithological, mechanical and physical, chemical and environmental samples: oil, water, contaminated air, oil-testing water.

- White overcoat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Earplugs;

- Specialized respirator;

- Soap.

 

14

Testing of hazards against life forms (environmental analysis).

- White overcoat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Specialized respirator;

- Soap.

 

15

Handling of waste (environmental analysis).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Anti-vibration and oil resistant shoes;

- Specialized respirator;

- Canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

16

Non-destructive testing (e.g. X ray, gamma ray, magnetic particle, endosmosis, imaging), field works (environmental analysis).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Anti-vibration and oil resistant shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Life vest(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary

(2) Equipped when working over water at sea.

17

- Delivering and measuring of petroleum at warehouses and tanks;

- Operating of petrol pumps and ventilators in warehouses and tanks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Breathing gas cylinder(1);

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in direct contact with petroleum vapor.

18

- Delivering and measuring of petroleum and liquid gas in storage media kept indoors, outdoors, aboard ships or raft, means of petroleum transport;

- Pouring of petroleum and liquid gas into means of transport or storage media.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves(1);

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Breathing gas cylinder(1);

- Anti-slippery petroleum-resistant shoes;

- Rain suit;

- Diving suit(2);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working directly with petroleum.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

19

- Cleaning of petroleum barrels;

- Cleaning of vessels, rafts, tanks, wagons, automobiles and tank truck.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves;

- Oil resistant rubber boots(1);

- Plastic sandals;

- Raincoat;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Breathing gas cylinder(1);

- Soap;

(1) Equipped when working inside a barrel or tank.

20

Removing of rust, painting and welding of petroleum storage media.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Welding helmet(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

21

Maintaining and repairing of pipes, valve chambers, petroleum pumps and oil tanks; handing of issues thereof.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

22

- Repairing of petroleum delivery facilities;

- Dredging of sewers and petroleum residue, oil skimming.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Oil resistant rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

23

Stevedoring, rolling of barrels containing petroleum, liquid gas and asphalt.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-impact and anti-slippery low-cut hard-toe shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rain suit;

- Soap.

 

24

Installing, disassembling and repairing of petroleum dispensers and other equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Insulating gloves;

- Insulating boots(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

25

Retail sale of petroleum, lubricants and liquid gas in stores

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-impact and anti-slippery low-cut hard-toe shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rain suit;

- Soap.

 

26

Officers and crew members working aboard petroleum-transporting vessels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves(1);

- Oil resistant rubber boots(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Breathing gas cylinder(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

27

Drivers and assistant drivers of vehicles transporting petroleum, liquid gas and other chemicals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rain suit;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery petroleum-resistant low-cut leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

28

Responding to oil spill.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Oil resistant rubber boots;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves;

- Rain suit;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working over water.

VI. FORESTRY

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

 Investigating and surveying of forest resources: outlining, substantiating and preparing of forest resources, searching of non-timber forest products, gathering of seeds in forests in mountains or islands.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

2

- Timber cutting by machines or by hand;

- Transporting of lumber (by hand or by cable), log driving;

- Cultivating and gathering of lac;

- Hunting of forest animals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Warm protective headgear(1);

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

3

- Harvesting of bamboo, rattan, firewood and palm leaf in forests and mountains; acquiring of materials for raft building;

- Burning of mined coal and charcoal (including the loading of firewood and outward transporting of coal) in forests and mountains.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Warm protective headgear(1);

- Shoulder pads;

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

4

Harvesting of pine resin, burseraceae resin, wax tree, oil-bearing fruit.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

5

- Hole drilling and digging (by hand or by machines);

- Nourishing and cleaning of forests: afforesting on bare hills along coastlines, in woods and mountains.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Soap.

 

6

Hand sawing of timber in woods.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

7

Clearing of pathways for transporting forest products from harvesting sites to landings.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Raincoat;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Canvas gloves;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

8

Controlling and raising (grass feeding) of buffalos and elephants for skidding logs in woods and mountains.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

9

- Carriage building, raft floating;

- Reclaiming of sunken timber in rivers and streams.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Lifebuoy;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

10

Lifting, prising, carrying, loading and arranging of timber, firewood and other forest products at landings (forest harvesting).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Soap.

 

11

Sorting, marking, measuring and counting of timber, bamboo and other forest products in warehouses or storage sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight(1);

- Warm clothing(2);

- Warm protective headgear(2);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working outdoors.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

12

Operating of plant nurseries in forests and mountains.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Warm protective headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

13

Forest ranger

- High-necked shoes for forest trekking(1);

- Anti-leech socks;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight(1);

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Warm clothing(2);

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots(3);

- Soap.

(1) Not equipped if uniform is provided.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(3) Generally equipped when necessary.

14

Preventing and suppressing of forest fires.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Heat and flame resistant clothing(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when coping with emergencies.

VII. WOOD PROCESSING - HANDICRAFT

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

- Transporting of timber ashore (e.g. disassembling of rafts, selecting of timber and bamboo, cable hooking and hoist controlling);

- Lifting, prising, sorting, carrying and transporting of timber into and out of warehouses and sawmills, loading of timber onto means of transport;

- Controlling of skidding winches.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Life vest(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working on rivers and lakes.

2

Cutting of logs with circular saw.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Leather apron;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

3

- Cutting of logs with band saw and motor saw;

- Cutting of logs with panel saw.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

4

Hand sawing of logs.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

5

- Stevedoring and transporting of lumber into warehouses, onto and out of means of transport;

- Accumulating, piling and transporting of waste wood, cleaning of wood processing facilities.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when necessary.

6

- Cutting of timber into blocks, machines sawing of timber, e.g. with chainsaw and radial arm saw.

- Operating of wood working and cutting machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

7

- Joining of planks, milling of plywood, arranging and trimming of wood by machines;

- Operating of wood processing machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

8

- Carrying of wood into and out of steam boxes;

- Turning of wood inside steam boxes;

- Drying and hot bending of wood, binding of bamboo.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working with a steam box.

9

- Preparing of solutions for impregnation;

- Coating and spraying of anti-termite anti-borer chemicals;

- Glue coating and gluing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Dust mask;

- Chemical resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

10

Carrying of wood into and out of impregnation tanks and turning of wood inside the tanks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when stevedoring.

11

Operating of sawdust compressors and shaving machines;

Operating of wood compressors and wood dryers, carrying of wood into and out of the machines.

Manual worker’s clothing;

Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

Canvas gloves;

Low-cut canvas shoes;

-Shoulder pads(1);

Dust mask;

Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when carrying large lumber.

12

Sorting and piling of plywood.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

13

Brushing and air-drying of moldy wood.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

14

Carrying of wood into polishing machines and operating of such machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

 

15

Polishing and varnishing of wood by hand.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

16

Carpentry: building and repairing of boats, rafts, canoes, railroad car and vehicle trunk. 

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

17

Carpentry: building of bridges, formworks and scaffolds.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working at height.

(2) Generally equipped when working over water.

18

Carpentry: building of wood objects.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

19

Carpentry: handicraft, lacquer, carving, making of visual teaching tools and toys.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

20

- Forming and grinding of saw teeth;

- Welding of saw blades.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

 

21

Tending of floating gardens, woody plants and bamboo near rivers and lakes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

22

- Kiln burning of lac, pipe resin, burseraceace resin and brown glue.

- Processing of tannin: chopping and crushing of yams, dying of lath.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

23

Making of handicrafts of mineral, animal bone and precious wood.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

24

Fabricating of handicrafts of shell and pearl.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

25

Refining of gold and silver.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

26

Manufacturing of handicrafts of gold and silver.

- Fabric overcoat;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

VIII. ENERGY - ELECTRICITY

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

VIII.1. Operating of boilers

1

Manual operating of solid fuel fired boilers:

- Stoking boilers, setting alight;

- Screening of coal over fire.

- Thin canvas clothing;

- Thick canvas clothing(1);

- Canvas hat;;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked leather shoes or low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when stoking boilers.

2

Transporting of coal and slag into and out of boiler houses (solid fuel fired manual boilers).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

3

Stoking of solid fuel fired boilers (mechanized feeding of fuel and discharging of slag).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

 

4

Operating of machines and equipment of solid fuel fired boilers (mechanized feeding of fuel and discharging of slag).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

5

Stoking of liquid fuel fired boilers (mechanized feeding of fuel and discharging of slag).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

 

6

Operating of machines and equipment of liquid fuel fired boilers (mechanized feeding of fuel and discharging of slag).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Soap.

 

7

Treating of water supplied to boilers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

8

Examining of boiler temperature (i.e. thermal power).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

VIII.2. Operating of electric generators and distribution stations

9

Operating of turbines.

- Thick clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

10

Operating of diesel-powered machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Soap.

 

11

Operating of electric generators.

- Thick clothing;

- Canvas shoes;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Life vest(3);

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Generally equipped when working over water.

(3) Equipped when working on offshore platforms.

12

Managing and operating of power lines and distribution stations.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas gloves;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Life vest(3);

- Electromagnetic shielding clothing(4);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Generally equipped working over deep water.

(3) Equipped when working on offshore platforms.

(4) Equipped when working with 220kV or higher-voltage electrical substations.

13

Working with sedimentation basins in hydroelectric plants.

- Thick clothing;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

VIII.3: Installing - Repairing - Maintaining of electrical equipment

14

Installing, repairing and maintaining of equipment in electrical substations and on non-insulated power lines (high-voltage and low-voltage lines, telephone lines, telegraph lines, radio lines and television cables).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Warm clothing and headgear(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

15

Installing and repairing of underground cables.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

16

Installing and removing of power meters in consumers’ facilities and households.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Anti-slippery low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

17

Testing of electrical equipment.

- Thick clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Insulating boots(1);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

18

Testing, changing and filtering of oil, recycling of oil from transformers.

- Thick clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Respirator mask;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves;

- Oil resistant fabric shoes;

- Oil resistant rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

19

Installing and repairing of electrical equipment in workplaces:

- - Factories;

- Working sites;

- Open-pit mines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Shoulder pads;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Insulating rubber-soled fabric shoes;

- Insulating boots(1);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Raincoat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working outdoors.

20

- Coating and drying for electrical insulation;

- Wrapping, coating, drying and repairing of electric motors, electric fans and electrical transformers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

-Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

21

Preparing of acids: maintaining, repairing, cleaning and refilling of accumulators.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Acid resistant rubber boots;

- Acid resistant apron;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Toxic dust mask;

- Respirator;

- Acid resistant goggles;

- Soap.

 

22

Maintaining and repairing of electric generators, power sources and central air conditioners.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped.

IX. METALLURGY - CASTING

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

IX.1. Coking

1

Operating of crushing and screening machines and belt conveyors that feed fuel to ovens.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat, shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in direct contact with fluid mud.

2

- Driving of vehicles that pour, push, detain and smash coke; operating of belt conveyors for coke;

- Coke oven engineering.

- Canvas clothing;

- Fabric hat, shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Goggles against flying debris or radiation;

- Face towel;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

3

Operating of coking equipment.

- Canvas clothing;

- Fabric hat, shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas shoes or low-cut leather shoes;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

IX.2. Processing - Casting - Rolling of metals

4

- Operating of machines and equipment that smash, crush, screen, mix, select and wash materials;

- Weighing of materials and fuel;

- Driving and controlling of machines and equipment that feed or remove fuel to or out of furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

-  Shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in direct contact with fluid mud.

5

Cleaning of casted items.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Face towel;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

6

Monitoring of heated water and air.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat, shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

7

Operating of sintering machines and heat resistant belt conveyors.

- Canvas clothing;

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Canvas gloves or leather gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

8

- Central operating of: electric and blast furnaces for baking and smelting of ores, metals or metal alloys;

- Operating of casting machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

9

Mixing of materials for forming molds:

- Cleansing of sand, preparing of liquid clay to mix materials;

- Crushing and screening of coal and white lead, preparing of lubricants for casting molds.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

10

- Forming of molds;

- Drying of molds.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes(1);

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with oil resistant low-cut leather shoes when working in direct contact with oil.

11

- Preparing of materials for casting;

- Breaking of molds.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

12

- Drying of ladles;

- Feeding of materials and additives into furnaces;

- Smelting and pouring of molten metal into molds;

- Cutting of billets;

- Handling of heated metal products.

- Canvas clothing;

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris or radiation;

- Canvas gloves or leather gloves;

- Canvas apron;

- Canvas gaiters;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Face towel;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

13

- Smelting of lead alloys;

- Type casting of lead.

- Canvas clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves;

- High-necked rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

 

14

- Operating or monitoring of machines and equipment for ingot rolling, roll crushing, refined rolling, and cutting of heated metals.

- Driving of primary rolling machines and equipment.

- Canvas clothing;

- High-necked leather shoes(1);

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves or leather gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Earplugs;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Machines drivers may be alternatively equipped with low-cut canvas shoes.

15

Traditional metal rolling.

- Canvas clothing;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

16

Product finishing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas shoes or low-cut leather shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

17

Sampling, testing (processing) of samples.

- Canvas clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas shoes or low-cut leather shoes;

- Radiation proof eyewear(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(2);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when taking samples.

(2) Generally equipped when testing samples.

18

Treating and disposal of slag.

- Canvas clothing;

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Raincoat;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

19

Disassembling, ramming and building of furnaces for extracting, roasting or smelting of metals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

20

Chemical testing.

- White overcoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Fabric hat;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

21

Inspecting of product quality.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

X. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

X.1. Metalworking

1

Cold working (by machine or by hand).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

2

Hot working (heat treatment) by machine and by hand.

- Canvas clothing;

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

3

Machines-based metal cutting (except the dry grinding and processing of cast iron): lathing, milling, shaping, wet grinding and drilling.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

4

- Machines-based cutting of cast iron and grinding of metal without fluid (i.e. dry grinding);

- Lathing, milling, drilling and shaping of cast iron;

- Dry grinding (of metallic materials).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

5.

Processing and electric welding and cutting of metals (arc welding).

- Canvas clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves or leather gloves;

- Insulating shoes or boots;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Welding helmet;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

6.

Processing and gas-fuel welding and cutting of metals (gas welding):

- Copper welding (soldering);

- Welding of aluminum and chromium.

- Canvas clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves or leather gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Welding goggles;

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

7

Tempering, annealing and coloring of metals.

- Canvas clothing;

- Shoulder-covering canvas hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Insulating shoes or boots;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

8

Welding of electronic circuits.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Insulating gloves;

- Soap.

 

9

Tin and lead welding.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Leather apron;

- Insulating shoes or boots;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

10

Creating of metal etching sheets.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face mask;

- Acid resistant rubber apron(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant boots(1);

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

X.2. Preventing of metal corrosion

11

- Chemical cleaning of billets;

- Chemical removing of rust from equipment and parts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Acid resistant apron;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Soap.

 

12

- Mechanical cleaning of billets (by machines and by hand);

- Polishing of plated products;

- Chromium, copper and zinc plating.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots(1);

- Acid resistant apron(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves(1);

- Dust face mask(2);

- Half-face respirator(3);

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when plating chromium, copper and zinc.

(2) Equipped when cleaning billets mechanically (by machines and by hand) and polishing plated products

(3) Equipped when plating chromium, copper and zinc.

13

Mastic coating, painting and decorating.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Luminous safety vest;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

X.3: Installing - Repairing - Maintaining of machinery and equipment

14

Manual installing, repairing and maintaining of machinery and equipment;

- Primary machines;

- Machinery and equipment of production lines;

- Auxiliary machines for manufacturing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working on-site or performing major repairs.

15

Manual installing, repairing and maintaining of sophisticated machinery and equipment;

- Computers and typewriters;

- Optical machines;

- Camcorders and projectors;

- Machines and equipment for measuring and testing;

- Communication and signaling machines.

- White clothing or overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

16

Maintaining and repairing of oil-filled machines and equipment:

- Diesel-fueled machines;

- Oil pumping machines;

- Oil storing equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Toxic dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Soap.

 

17

Researching and building of X-ray generating machines and equipment

- Thick clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- X-ray and radiation proof eyewear(1);

- X-ray and radiation proof clothing(1);

- X-ray and radiation proof gloves(1);

- X-ray and radiation proof apron(1);

- X-ray and radiation proof shoes or boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

18

Researching and building of ultraviolet-ray generating machines and equipment.

- Thick clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Canvas or fabric gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

19

Researching and building of ultra high frequency equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Electromagnetic shielding clothing(1);

- Electromagnetic shielding gloves(1);

- Electrostatic dissipative shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

XI. CULTIVATION - ANIMAL HUSBANDRY - VETERINARY MEDICINE

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XI.1. Cultivating and harvesting of food crops and industrial crops

1

Growing of food crops and industrial crops (except those otherwise specified).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

2

- Ploughing, raking, growing and harvesting of rice in wet paddies;

- Growing and harvesting of sedge;

- Producing of mosquito fern.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Gaiters;

- Soap.

 

3

Growing and harvesting of citrus fruits.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Arm covers;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

4

Growing and harvesting of pineapple;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Arm covers;

- Gaiters;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Goggles or face shield made of iron;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

5

Growing and harvesting of citronella.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

6

Growing of wax tree and harvesting of resin.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

7

Germinating of rubber tree cultivars.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

8

- Growing of rubber tree;

- Collecting of rubber latex.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

9

Coagulating.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber-coated hair cover;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

10

Rolling and pressing of rubber latex.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber-coated hair cover;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

11

- Peeling and collecting of mixed rubber;

- Operating of latex cutting machines, laying of latex sheets on drying frames.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber-coated hair cover;

- Rubber boots;

- Thick and long rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Sleeve-less PVC jacket;

- Soap.

 

12

- Making of creamed latex;

- Cleaning of centrifugal machines;

- Cleaning of creamed latex containers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber-coated hair cover;

- Plastic sandals;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

13

Drying, steaming and packing of rubber latex.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

 

14

Inspecting of rubber quality.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

15

Tea harvesting.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

16

Cotton ginning machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

17

Processing of manures and green manure.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Thick and long rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

18

Spreading of lime over crop fields.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

19

Working in nurseries.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

20

Testing of chemical residues in food and foodstuffs.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

21

- Sterilizing (disinfecting and standing sentry against toxic gas after ship disinfection);

- Quarantining.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Fabric hat(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber gloves;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes(1);

- Specialized respirator;

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Not equipped if uniform is provided.

(2) Equipped when working over water.

22

Preparing and spraying of pesticides, herbicides and termite control chemicals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized respirator;

- Thick and long rubber gloves

- Canvas back pad;

- Anti-slippery apron;

- Soap.

 

23

Washing and stitching of pesticide bags.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Thick rubber gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when doing the washing.

24

Sale of food.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

25

Preserving of food in storage facilities.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber gloves(1);

- Rubber boots(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when spraying disinfectants in large warehouses.

26

Trench digging, manual carrying of soil, banking of crop fields.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

27

Clearing of woods for land reclamation.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

28

Purchasing of plant varieties.

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

29

Researching and experimenting of genetic and cellular technologies of plant varieties.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Plastic sandals;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

30

Plant protection and quarantine inspectors

- Fabric hat;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Specialized respirator;

- Protective goggles;

- Rubber boots;

- Overcoat;

- Soap.

 

XI.2. Animal husbandry

31

Raising of ducks and cleaning of aviaries.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

32

Breeding of ducks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

33

Raising of pigs, chickens, rabbits and mice, and cleaning of enclosures.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

34

Raising of breeding chickens, selecting of chickens in breeding facilities.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

35

Raising of sows and piglets, farrowing, artificial insemination.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

36

Collecting of water ferns and vegetables in lakes and ponds as swine feed.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Gaiters;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

37

Gathering of livestock feed.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

38

Shepherding and escorting of livestock from highland to lowland.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks(1);

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when travelling in woods and mountains.

39

Raising of buffaloes, cattle, horses, goats and sheep, cleaning of enclosures.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

40

Exercising and grooming of bulls and stallions.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

41

Milking of cows and goats.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

42

Producing of frozen semen.

- White clothing;

- White hat;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

43

Processing, slicing and grinding of feed for livestock and poultry.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against sparks and debris;

- Soap.

 

44

Raising of silkworms, sorting of cocoons.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

45

Drying of cocoons.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

46

- Processing of silkworm pupae;

- Producing and processing of silkworm eggs, capturing of moths for eggs.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

47

Manual reeling and unraveling of silk.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

48

Beekeeping.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Face shield made of iron;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

49

Processing of bee products.

- Fabric overcoat;

- White hat;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

XI.3 - Veterinary medicine

50

Treating of livestock diseases:

- Testing and preventing of livestock epidemics;

- Dissecting of bodies of dead animals.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Thin rubber gloves(1);

- Specialized rubber gloves(2);

- Protective clothing with an apron(2);

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when treating livestock diseases.

(2) Equipped for veterinary officials engaged in controlling livestock and poultry epidemics.

51

Culturing of bacteria and super bacteria, testing of veterinary medicine, producing of vaccines and serums.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber gloves;

- Plastic sandals;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

52

Producing of alum precipitated extracts for veterinary medicine.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber apron;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1);

- Soap.

 

53

Producing and preparing of veterinary medicine.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas shoes;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

54

Slicing and processing of meat and offal as medicinal ingredients.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold rooms.

55

Physicochemical analyzing, investigating of insects, searching of specimens.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

56

Operating of autoclaves for veterinary medicine.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Plastic sandals;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

57

Cleaning of glassware and tubes that contain bacteria.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber apron;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

XII. AQUACULTURE

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XII.1. Farming

1

Planning and protecting of aquatic products.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

2

Collecting of materials for manufacturing HCG.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

3

Producing of HCG.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Acid and alkali resistant apron;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

4

Farming of aquatic organisms, preparing of feed.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Gaiters attached with thick-sole multilayer socks;

- Lifebuoy;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

XII.2. Harvesting and fishing - Processing

5

Harvesting of edible bird’s nest, protecting of harvesting sites of bird's nest.

- Canvas clothing with knee pads;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Raincoat;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

6

Processing and preserving of edible bird’s nest.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

7

- Fishing;

- Trading of seafood at sea.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Rubber boots;

- Oil resistant low-cut leather shoes;

- Canvas gloves or rubber gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Lifebuoy;

- Diving suit(1);

- Breathing gas cylinder(1);

- Warm clothing and headgear(2);

- Warm socks(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

8

Mechanics on fishing or trading vessels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

9

Selecting and sorting of aquatic products.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

10

Processing, packing and carrying of aquatic products in freezers and cold chambers on marine vessels or in processing factories.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Winter/spring undergarment;

- Warm clothing;

- Warm shawl;

- Warm protective headgear;

- Rubber boots;

- Warm socks;

- Rubber gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped for stevedores only.

11

- Producing of agar, alginate and chitin;

- Producing of chitosan and gelatin as a feed for livestock and poultry.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

12

Producing of fish liver oil capsules.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

13

Processing of frozen aquatic products, ready-made foodstuffs and flattened squid.

- White thick clothing;

- Winter/spring undergarment;

- Hair cover;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Warm socks;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Black boots not allowed.

XII.3. Manufacture of nets and floats

14

- Quenching of nets;

- Winding and hanging of nets;

- Producing of floats and padding foam.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped with a protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight when working outdoors.

15

- Net weaving;

- Storing of nets.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XIII. PROCESSING OF FOOD - FOODSTUFFS

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XIII.1: Manufacture of sugar

1

Decolorizing, dissolving and distilling.

- White clothing;

- White hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

2

Crystallizing, centrifuging, crushing, drying and packing.

- White clothing;

- White hat;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

3

Operating of pumping machines for sugar production.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

4

Soaking and hang-drying of shoots.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

5

Disposing of sugarcane bagasse.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Raincoat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working outdoors.

6

Adding of calcium hydroxide.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

7

Burning of sulfur.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Specialized respirator;

- Soap.

 

8

Cleaning of the bottom of the bed (i.e. the bottom of belt conveyors in sugarcane pressing areas and scratch troughs).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

9

- Liquefying;

- Screening.

- White clothing;

- White hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

10

- Screening of crystals;

- Packing of finished sugar and stitching of sugar packs.

- White clothing;

- White hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

11

- Pressing and filtering (pressing filter, bag filter);

- Washing and mending of pressure-filtering bags;

- Separating of molasses (centrifuging);

- Thermal ageing, supplementing, weighing, vaporizing, caramelizing and refining.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped with a protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight when working outdoors.

12

- Operating and repairing of sugarcane scrapers;

- Operating and repairing of sugarcane pressing and filtering machines and intermediate lines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

13

Carrying and inserting of sugarcane into pressing machines, hang drying of bagasse.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped for sugarcane carriers only.

14

Manual pressing of sugarcane.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

15

Manual caramelizing and molding.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Soap.

 

XIII.2. Manufacture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages

16

Producing of purified water.

- White clothing or overcoat;

- White hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

17

Inserting of ingredients into cookers and operating of cookers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Acid resistant goggles(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves(1);

- Acid resistant rubber apron(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working in direct contact with acid.

18

Pumping of distillers grains.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

19

- Operating of capping machines, fixing of bottle caps;

- Making and repairing of crates and box containers for wine, beer and soft drink.

- Suspenders;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

20

Producing of paper serviettes for wrapping beer bottles.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

21

Harvesting of malt for brewing.

- Fabric overcoat;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

22

Labeling, packing and inscribing.

- Fabric overcoat;

- Soap.

 

23

Working in yeast breeding chambers, bear yeast culturing cellars, pressing and filtering chambers.

- White thick shirt;

- Fabric pants;

- Warm clothing;

- Warm protective headgear;

- Rubber boots;

- Warm (long) socks;

- Soap.

 

24

- Filling of keg beer;

- Filling of wine, beer and soft drink into bottles, harvesting of beer yeast, carbonating, bottle boiling, labeling (via a beer filling line), picking of bottles;

- Operating of temperature-based filtering troughs (freezing chambers).

- White shirt;

- Fabric pants;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

25

- Pouring of ingredients into crushing machines and operating of machines that crush ingredients of alcoholic beverages, sauces and sugar syrup;

- Working in rice drying chambers (i.e. drying, turning, scooping and carrying of rice into and out of drying chambers).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

26

- Machines-based and manual washing of bottles, checking of bottles (empty or filled with beverages);

- Selecting and arranging of bottles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when washing bottles by hand.

27

Brewing;

- Saccharifying and fermenting of wine;

- Distilling of alcohol.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when handling hot valves.

28

Producing of wine yeast.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

29

Caramelizing:

- Distilling of orange ester;

- Distilling of banana oil;

- Cleaning of wine tank;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working in direct contact with acid, soda and fusel oil.

30

Cleaning of casks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Soap.

 

XIII.3. Manufacture of confections, malt sugar (maltose) and creams

31

- Dissolving and caramelizing of sugar;

- Transporting, packing and cleaning of malt sugar containers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

32

Boiling and cooling of candy (by hand).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

33

- Operating of machines for mixing of confectionery ingredients;

- Operating of egg whipping machines for cake making.

- White shirt;

- Fabric pants;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

34

- Preparing of confectionery ingredients;

- Operating of machines for rolling, cutting and shaping of confectionery.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

35

Manual rolling, cutting and shaping of confections.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- White fiber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

36

Flour treating, pressing, filtering and decoloring.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

37

Flour mixing, saccharifying, neutralizing and vaporizing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

38

- Baking and adjusting of cakes on sheet pans, handling of baking trays, gathering of baked cakes (on a production line);

- Wrapping and packing of confections;

- Carrying, transporting and storing of confections in factories.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes or plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

39

Producing of creams:

- Preparing of sugar syrups and ingredients for molding;

- Operating of machines.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in direct contact with water.

XIII.4. Manufacture of bread, noodles, rice vermicelli and tofu

40

- Flour mixing: pouring of flour, operating of mixing machines, kneading and sieving of flour;

- Operating of rolling machines, moulders, fermenting boxes and slicing machines;

- Baking (by hand and by machines), carrying of cakes into storage sites;

- Operating of machines that roll, cut and steam vermicelli and instant noodle.

- Repairing of noodle molds, oven lighting, oil roasting, chili paste making;

- Working with machines that crush beans, blow-dry and collect bean powder;

- Cooking, concentrating, centrifuging, high-pressure pumping, refrigerating and blending.

- White shirt;

- Thick pants;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes or plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

41

- Packing and manual carrying of noodles, instant noodles and rice vermicelli;

- Preparing and packing of seasoning powder;

- Packing of flour.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes or plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

42

Screening and rinsing of beans.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working in direct contact with water.

43

- Making of rice vermicelli: soaking, grinding, sieving, filtering, centrifugal depositing, kneading, slicing of dough, pickling, rubbing and carrying of rice vermicelli into cold chambers;

- Making of tofu.

- White shirt;

- Thick pants;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working in direct contact with water.

44

Producing of powders of tapioca, achira and sweet potato.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or hair cover;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in direct contact with water.

45

Entering and exiting dryers (moving of noodle and vermicelli wagons)

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XIII.5. Husking of rice and noodles

46

- Operating of machines for grinding, rubbing, weighing, screening and packing of farm produce;

- Operating of lifts, sifters, soaking machines bran making machines and husking machines;

- Performing works with small grinding machines: screening, drying, weighing, packing, transporting and piling of rice, bran and husk.

- Producing of animal feed.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

47

Rinsing of wheat (by machines).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

48

Operating of dough making machines (e.g. impurity screening, peeling, sifting, crushing and packing).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

XIII.6. Processing of peanut oil, fruit oil, bran oil, citronella oil, etc.

49

Carrying, peeling and crushing of ingredients.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

50

- Weighing, distilling, packing of oil (except bran oil) and oil pressing;

- Oil refining (except citronella oil): boiling and filtering.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Rubber gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

51

Packing of bran oil.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Rubber gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

52

Refining of citronella oil.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

XIII.7. Manufacture of flavor enhancer

53

Removing of gluten (hydrolization).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

54

Catalyzing, pressing, filtering, concentrating and initial neutralizing (hydrolization);

- Acid, alkali and chemical resistant clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Soap.

 

55

Centrifugal filtering (hydrolization) in contact with acid and acid vapor.

- Acid, alkali and chemical resistant clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Soap.

 

56

- Blending, sweetening, fermenting, neutralizing, pressing, filtering, concentrating and centrifuging (fermenting of flavor enhancers);

- Neutralizing, pressing, filtering, decolorizing, concentrating and centrifuging (refining of hydrolyzed flavor enhancers).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Rubber gloves;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when necessary.

57

Crushing, drying and packing of flavor enhancers.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

58

Collecting of flour and turning of wet flour.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

XIII.8. Manufacture of sauces

59

Culturing of yeast and molds for making sauces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

60

Chemical catalyzing.

- Acid and alkali resistant clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Acid resistant goggles;

- Soap.

 

61

Centrifuging and neutralizing (centrifugal machines).

- Acid and alkali resistant clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Soap.

 

62

Working with sauce tanks (e.g. soya sauce and fish sauce).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

XIII.9 Tea processing

63

- Picking, turning and rinsing of fresh tea;

- Packing and arranging of tea into baskets.

- Carrying and transporting of tea(1).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes or plastic sandals;

- Soap.

(1) Additionally equipped with canvas gloves and low-cut canvas shoes.

64

- Steaming and rubbing of tea (by machines and by hand), fermenting (smooth screening machines);

- Drying of tea (manual rubbing machines);

- Sorting and blending of tea.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes or plastic sandals;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when sorting tea.

XIII.10. Coffee processing

65

Coffee picking.

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

66

Pulping of fresh coffee beans, soaking and sifting of pulp.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

67

Pulping of dry coffee beans.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

68

Processing of soluble coffee.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

XIII.11. Cashew processing

69

Operating of screening and sorting machines, oil roasting and cashew nut shelling.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

70

Picking and sorting of finished products.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

XIII.12. Processing of tobacco ingredients and manufacture of cigarettes

71

- Sorting of tobacco leaves, leaf threshing and shredding, tobacco blending (input for the production line), sewing of burlap bags;

- Examining of quality of tobacco ingredients on the production line;

- Operating of machines for packing, cartoning, cellophane overwrapping of packs and cartons and boxing, manual packaging.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Anti-slippery closed-toe shoes with plastic sole or plastic sandals;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

72

- Carrying and arranging of tobacco ingredients;

- Gathering and handling of tobacco dust and debris;

- Operating of re-drying machines, handling of cigarettes into and out of the machines;

- Packaging and drying of cigarettes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery closed-toe shoes with plastic sole or plastic sandals;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

73

- Treating of moldy tobacco;

- Operating of leaf steaming machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Anti-slippery closed-toe shoes with plastic sole or plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

74

Operating of curing and drying furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Anti-slippery closed-toe shoes with plastic sole or plastic sandals;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

75

Feeding and retrieving of tobacco into and out of electric curing and drying furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

76

Preparing and carrying of flavorings.

- Blue overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Plastic sandals;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

77

- Operating of and working with stem crushing machines, powdering machines, slicing machines, rolling machines, debris separating machines and cargo trucks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Anti-slippery closed-toe shoes with plastic sole or plastic sandals;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

78

Paper pressing, nylon bag bonding, assistant operating of paper trimming machines.

- Green apron;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery closed-toe shoes with plastic sole or plastic sandals;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

79

- Lighting (feeding to fire) of furnaces that dry tobacco ingredients;

- Operating of boilers (powered by fuel oil and coal);

- Lighting of boilers with coal (feeding of coal, removing of slag).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

 

XIII.13: Manufacture of table salt

80

Capturing of brine, raking, shoveling and carrying of salt.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

81

Forming of salt fields (e.g. ditch digging and embanking, saltern forming, modifying of edges of salt fields).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

82

Concentrating of salt, producing of bittern.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

83

Producing of soup powder (e.g. frying and blending of salt).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Nylon body cover;

- Soap.

 

XIII.14. Processing of milk and fresh foodstuffs

84

Milking of buffalo, cow and goat.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

85

- Processing of milk from buffalo, cow and goat;

- Milk testing.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

86

Processing of raw foodstuffs (i.e. processing to cleaning in a processing workshop).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Butcher kit with belt scabbard;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

87

Labeling and wrapping of processed products.

- White clothing or overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

88

Boxing and carrying of goods inside factories.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

89

Inspecting of quality of raw products.

- White overcoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

90

Cutting, pressing, joining, welding, painting and drying of tin cans.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

91

Testing of leakage of tin cans.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

92

Working in cold rooms kept below 5oC.

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Warm socks;

- Soap.

 

93

Operating and repairing of refrigerators and refrigeration systems.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Specialized respirator;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

XIV. PROCESSING OF HIDE AND FEATHER

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Preparing of hides for tanning, splitting, scraping and skinning; preparing of chemicals for tanning and salting of raw hides.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Thick and long rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

2

Finishing of tanned hides, blending and cutting of leather, crafting of leather items.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

3

Feather processing:

- Operating of leather sorting and dusting machines;

- Storekeeping;

- Testing of feather.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

XV. TEXTILE

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

- Operating of textile machines for weaving fabric, blankets, wool, jute, knitwear and carpets;

- Operating of machines for warping, quilling, cloth inspection, folding, looming, spinning, doubling, roving, cone winding, ply twisting, reeling and lap forming.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Fabric-made apron with pocket;

- Dust mask;

- Plastic sandals or low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

2

- Operating of machines for sizing, grinding and carding;

- Spindle installing ,rail lowering, flanging, warping, cloth collecting, oil changing, machines cleaning, making of feed bobbins, repairing of dobby, reed and dropper, bale breaking.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

3

Bleaching, washing, dying, textile printing, lustering, producing of javel, cotton picking.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Thick and long rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

4

Closing, opening and breaking of cotton bale.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

5

Folding and cutting of cloth, laundering, operating of sewing machines, button holing machines, button and overedging sewing machines and

- Fabric hat;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Thin indoor fabric shoes;

- Soap.

 

6

Bleaching, washing and hang drying of fabrics, hang drying of clothing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-soaking apron;

- Thick rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

7

Operating of machines that smash, strip and severe coconut shell.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or hair cover;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

8

Operating of coconut fiber baling machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or hair cover;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

9

- Hang drying of coconut fiber;

- Screening, scooping and hang drying of coco peat.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

XVI. FOOTWEAR

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Blending and cutting of leather, operating of leather skiving machines.

- Hair cover;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

2

Sewing of uppers, punching of eyelets.

- Hair cover;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Earplugs;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

3

Bending, assembling, sewing and grinding of sole, shoe polishing.

- Hair cover;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

4

- Fabric strengthening, glue stirring;

- Operating of machines for bending, pressing, sticking and glue pasting.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Specialized respirator;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

5

Operating of machines for drying, steaming, vulcanizing, printing of labels and marks on shoes or boots.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Canvas gloves;

- Specialized respirator;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XVII. MANUFACTURE OF CHEMICALS

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XVII.1. Basic chemicals

1

- Mixing of materials for production of alum;

- Working with alum coagulation kilns.

- Acid and alkali resistant clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Soap.

 

2

Working with alum reactors.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Soap.

 

3

Dissolving of alum.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Soap.

 

4

Producing of sodium silicate.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

5

Producing of light powder (calcium carbonate).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask(1);

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when slaking lime in aeration and centrifugal towers.

6

Graphite flotation.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shoes with leather sole;

- Dust mask;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

7

Removing of iron from graphite.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

8

Producing of purified chemicals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

9

- Concentrating of soda.

- Neutralizing, preparing and dissolving of sodium;

- Producing of aluminium hydroxide - Al(OH)3.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

10

Electrolyzing of sodium chloride - NaCl.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Short canvas raincoat;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Specialized respirator;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

11

Producing of sodium sulfite - Na2SO3.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

12

Producing of hydrogen - H2 (for synthesizing hydrochloric acid - HCL).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Short canvas raincoat;

- Respirator;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

13

Producing of nitric acid - HNO3.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Acid resistant goggles;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

14

Bottling of acids and operating of acid storages.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Short canvas raincoat;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Acid resistant goggles;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

15

- Drying of chlorine gas - Cl2;

- Bottling of liquid chlorine;

- Composing of hydrochloric acid - HCL;

- Processing of redundant chlorine.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Acid resistant goggles;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped.

16

Refrigerating of hydrogen - H2 for production of caustic soda.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

17

- Rinsing of sulfur dioxide (SO2);

- Working in relation to the production of sulfuric acid - H2SO4;

- Drying and absorbing of sulfuric acid - H2SO4;

- Mixing of sulfur for the production of sulfuric acid - H2SO4.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped.

18

Operating of BKZ boilers, weighing of pyrite, disposing of pyrite slag.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped.

19

Producing of selenium.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped.

20

Maintaining and installing of electrolytic baths.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Insulating rubber gloves;

- Respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

21

Operating of refrigeration devices for production of chemicals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Insulating rubber gloves;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

22

Inspecting of quality of chemical products.

- White clothing;

- Fabric shoes;

Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Protective goggles;

- Soap.

 

23

Producing of zinc chloride, calcium chloride and polyaluminium chloride (PAC).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

 

24

Arranging and carrying of chemicals.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Dust mask;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

 

25

Arranging of bottles containing gases and liquid gases.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

26

Driving and assistant driving of liquid gas vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rain suit;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery low-cut leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

27

Producing of industrial lime.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

28

Baking of electrode paste.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

29

Industrial cleaning in chemical production factories.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Oil resistant rubber boots(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Goggles against flying debris(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

30

Working in laboratories, testing and examining of goods in contact with chemicals.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Goggles against flying debris and chemicals in liquid form;

- Toxic dust mask;

- Water and stain resistant apron(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when working in excessive contact with water, sewage and acid.

31

Filtering of electrical dust.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

32

Producing, boxing, preserving and storing of yellow phosphorus.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Leather clothing(1);

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Rubber gloves;

- Leather gloves(1);

- Half-face respirator;

- Rubber boots;

- Leather shoes(1);

- Flame resistant clothing(1);

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury(1);

- Hair cover;

- Breathing gas cylinder(1).

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

XVII.2. Fertilizers

33

- Weighing of input materials, feeding of materials into blasting furnaces for fusing phosphate fertilizer;

- Operating of  bucket elevators and screw conveyor for phosphate fertilizer.

- Operating of machines for unloading ores into carts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

34

Discharging of materials from blasting furnaces for fusing phosphate fertilizer.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes or low-cut canvass shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

35

- Operating of fused phosphate fertilizer skimming machines;

- Removing of fluoride from fused phosphate fertilizer.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

36

Operating of blowers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

37

Producing of microbial phosphate fertilizer.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

38

- Blending of organic and inorganic fertilizers;

- Blending and shaping of pellets of fused phosphate fertilizer.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

39

Maneuvering of gas stations:

- Operating of gas stations;

- Logging of gas stations.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

40

Operating heat exchangers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

41

- Handling of automated control works in forming plants;

- Operating of high-press and medium-pressure pumps of urea (nitrogen) fertilizer plants.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

42

Absorbing of sulfur with ADA (for nitrogen fertilizer).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

43

Pumping of sulfolane solution (for nitrogen fertilizer).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Oil resistant rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

44

Forming of ammonia (NH3).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

45

- Composing of ammonia, bottling of liquid ammonia;

- Forming of urea.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Specialized respirator;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

46

Concentrating and granulating of urea.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

 

47

Packing of finished fertilizer, sealing of product bags.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

48

- Composing of superphosphate;

- Neutralizing of superphosphate.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

49

- Operating of circulating water plants (for production of nitrogen fertilizer);

- Operating of sewage pumping stations.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

50

Operating of mixed air compressors.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

51

- Regenerating of sulfur;

- Casting of sulfur ingots.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

52

Copper and alkali washing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

53

Operating of cooling water treatment and circulating water plants.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

54

Operating of ball mill.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

55

Operating of rotary drum drying machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

56

Operating of fine ore mixing machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

57

Operating of fine ore pressing machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

58

Operating of rotary screening and rinsing machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

59

Operating of jaw crusher.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

60

Operating of belt conveyor.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

61

Operating of lifting machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

62

Operating of tilt loader.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

63

Operating of rock shovel loader.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

64

Producing of NPK fertilizer.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

XVII.3. Plant protection products

65

Synthesizing of chemical elements (in form of powder, granule or liquid) as constituents of plant protection products.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Oil resistant leather shoes or rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

66

Blending, processing and producing of plant protection products.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- High-necked leather or canvas shoes;

- Oil resistant leather shoes or rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Protective goggles;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

67

Bottling and packing of plant protection products in various forms (including all stages on the production line: bottling, packing, capping, bag pressing, labeling, boxing and cartoning).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Protective goggles;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Soap.

 

68

Testing and fabricating of laboratory samples of plant protection products.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Thin chemical resistant rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

XVII.4. Plastics - Rubber - Wrapping

69

- Blending of chemicals for production of rubber and plastics (e.g. PVC, PE, PP);

- Operating of rubber treating machines (e.g. enclosed treating, preliminary treating and mixing, annealing);

- Shaping of tyres for automobiles and bicycles, pipes, belts and brake pads.

- Engraved rolling and spreading of tyre cord;

- Pressing of inner tubes for automobiles and bicycles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber or canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Medical cotton wool;

- Soap.

-

70

Producing of rubber rollers and rice chafing tubes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

71

- Sifting of chemicals for rubber production;

- Vulcanizing of rubber-derived products;

- Cutting and shape rolling of rubber products;

- Producing of foam mattress.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when vulcanizing (large) auto tyres.

72

Measuring and strength testing of rubber products used for fabric drying and rolling, PVC coating in production workshops.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fiber or canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

73

- PVC synthesizing;

- Tinting and melting of scrap plastic;

- Producing of PVC separators;

- Operating of plastic extruder machines (PP, PE, PVC);

- Operating of machines for blowing, cutting and gluing of plastic films (i.e. PP, PE, PVC).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

74

- Operating of film coaters (e.g. paper, moisture protection, wax paper), fiber making machines (PP, PE, PVC);

- Spinning and winding of synthetic yarns (PP, PE, PVC).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

75

- Producing of wrappers of PVC, PP and PE;

- Weaving of wrappers of PP and PE;

- Operating of machines for cutting, folding, tagging and sewing of wrappers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

76

Finishing of products of injection molded plastics and PVC thin film.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

77

Operating of machines for plastic pressing, embossing and vulcanizing accumulator casings.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

78

- Inkjet printing of labels onto rubber and plastic products;

- Producing of wood glue and varnish;

- Operating of box drying machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

 

79

Inspecting of product quality.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- White overcoat;

- Plastic sandals;

- Fiber or canvas gloves;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Soap.

 

80

Researching and producing of films and special glues.

- White clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Soap.

 

81

Making of products from paper and carton in contact with dust, chemicals and toxic gas.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized dust mask;

- Fabric gloves;

- Soap.

 

XVII.5. Battery - accumulator

82

- Mixing of anode powders, mixing of carbon rod;

- Crushing and drying of manganese ore.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

83

Gelatinizing (waxing, pouring and calibrating of starch).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

84

- Trimming of porous separators;

- Processing of carbon rods;

- Pressing of carbon rods, sealing of carbon packets.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Fabric gloves(1);

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped in lieu of fiber gloves when dipping carbon rods and sealing carbon packets.

85

- Operating of machines for cutting zinc tubes, forming zinc rolls and stamping battery casings;

- Examining of zinc tubes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped with canvas gloves when operating machines.

86

Cleaning and cutting of zinc tubes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

 

87

- Preparing of electrical fluids, producing of batteries;

- Boiling of starch.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Thick rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

88

- Boiling of wax (for battery production);

- Boiling of welding plastic (for accumulator production).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

89

Operating of furnaces for baking carbon rods.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Leather shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

90

Sifting of manganese ore.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Thick rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

91

Melting, molding and rolling of zinc as a constituent of battery casings.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Leather shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

92

- Stamping of zinc pellets, copper caps, zinc tubes and nails.

- Polishing of zinc pellets, copper caps and wirings;

- Molding and fitting of copper caps, lining of zinc tubes;

- Welding of edges, linings and batteries.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Fabric gloves(1);

- Earplugs(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Additionally equipped when stamping zinc pellets, copper caps, zinc tubes and nails.

93

- Casting of lead alloys, lead beads, lead-coated grids and lead parts;

- Refining of recovered lead;

- Crushing of lead powder;

- Processing, sorting and packing of plates.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Dust mask;

- Fiber gloves(1);

- Fabric apron(1);

- Medical cotton wool(1);

- Rubber apron(2);

- Rubber gloves(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when casting lead alloys, lead beads, lead-coated grids and lead parts; refining recovered lead; crushing lead powder.

(2) Equipped when processing, sorting and packing plates.

94

Coating of plates.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber apron;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

95

Welding of accumulators, plate set and connectors.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Welding helmet or goggles;

- Specialized respirator(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when necessary.

96

Forming of plates.

- Acid and alkali resistant clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant boots;

- Acid and alkali resistant apron;

- Welding goggles;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

97

Producing of powder used in the manufacture of rubber separators.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Soap.

 

98

- Charging of accumulators;

- Examining of accumulators.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Acid and alkali resistant clothing(1);

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Water and stain resistant apron (1m x 1m);

- Insulating gloves;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

99

Checking and reclaiming of plates, repairing of accumulators.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Water and stain resistant apron (1m x 1m);

- Rubber gloves(1);

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when washing the casings.

XVII.6. Gas welding - Welding rod - Calcium carbide

100

Operating of oxygen generators, compressors, centrifugal machines and oxygen filling machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Warm gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

101

- Washing, examining and de-rusting of oxygen cylinders;

- Operating of electrode ovens for producing calcium carbide and coking of petcoke;

- Crushing, sifting, drying and mixing of materials that cover welding rods.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Goggles against flying debris or radiation;

- Dust mask;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

102

- Operating of calcium carbide refining furnaces;

- Arc welding of calcium carbide refining furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvass gloves or leather gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

103

Grinding and smashing of calcium carbide, crushing and screening of carbon and lime.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

 

104

Filling of calcium carbide into drums.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

105

Feeding of ingredients into calcium carbide refining furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Raincoat(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

106

Bending and welding of electrode casing of calcium carbide furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Arc welding helmet;

- Soap.

 

107

- Producing of casing for calcium carbide drums, cap sealing and metal sheet rolling;

- De-rusting and cutting of welding rods;

- Wet mixing and pressing of flux coating of welding rods;

- Operating of welding rod pressing machines;

- Preparing of acetylene.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

108

Packing and boxing of welding rods.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

109

Crating of welding rods.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XVII.7. Paint - Printing ink

110

Baking of alkyd resin, baking of adhesion additives of printing ink.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

111

- Processing of constituents of paints and printing inks (i.e. screening and drying of chemicals, oil filtering);

- Crushing of paints and inks;

- Blending, filtering and boxing of paints.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Specialized respirator;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

112

Mixing and stirring of machine paints (i.e. paint drying).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber gloves;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

113

Researching and making of special inks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

XVII.8. Detergent - Cleaning agent

114

- Blending and preparing of chemicals for detergent production;

- Sulfonation of neutral cream for detergent production.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

115

Screening, spraying, drying and carrying of finished detergent, handling of detergent in workshops.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Goggles against flying debris;

- Soap.

 

116

Weighing and packing of detergent.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Anti-slippery low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

117

Producing of cleaning agents in contact with chemicals and toxic gas.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized dust mask;

- Soap.

 

XVIII. MANUFACTURE OF PAPER - MATCH

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

- Marking and cutting of paper;

- Carrying and packing of paper.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped only when operating a paper cutting machines.

2

- Feeding of ingredients into furnaces, baking of bagasse;

- Bleaching, crushing, rinsing and reclaiming of paper pulp;

- Producing of special paper and photo paper.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

3

Operating of paper machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Hair cover;

- Rubber gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

4

Making of splints, bottom tubes, matchsticks, fitting of heads and matchbox, drying and trimming of paper, examining of matchsticks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

5

Crushing of chemicals, boiling of oil and paraffin, dipping of matches into solutions.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Fabric gloves;

- Soap.

 

6

Operating of machines for packing, labeling and inserting of matches in tens.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

XIX. MANUFACTURE OF SUNDRIES

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Forming of pen caps, barrels, nibs, splitting of pen tips, making of pen feed.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

2

Electrolytic tempering of pen tips, weighing and preparing of ink, ink coating of typewriter ribbons, rinsing of bottles and washing of recycled plastics.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

3

Polishing of pen nibs, plastic polishing, plastic mixing, plastic rolling and pressing, ink packing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

4

Packing of finished products, labeling.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

5

Boiling and pounding of enamel, kiln firing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

6

Enameling, decorating and carving.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XX. MANUFACTURE OF GLASSWARE - PORCELAIN

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Processing and blending of materials, carrying of glass, operating of glass production machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

2

Melting and tubing or shaping of glass.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Specialized heat resistant clothing, protective headgear and gloves(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when settling issues of furnaces or shaping machines.

3

Cutting, bending, sorting and crating of glass.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

4

Base coating and painting of flask shells and chokes, vacuuming of light bulbs, tin welding of lamps, mercury cutting, preparing and coating of fluorescent powder, treating of lamp capacitors, immersing of chokes in bitumen.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

5

Operating of compressors and pressing machines, producing of tube amplifiers, trimming of light bulbs, blowing of flask shells and light bulbs, fitting of flask shells.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

6

Fluid treating, silver lining, rinsing and drying of light bulbs, examining of flasks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

7

Fitting of filaments, examining of lamp caps, drying of filaments, fitting and adjusting of chokes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

8

- Processing and blending of materials;

- Drying of molds.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

9

- Product shaping: molding of potteries and porcelain (including sanitary ceramics), plaster molding;

- Lighting of porcelain kilns.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves(1);

- Anti-slippery rubber boots or canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when shaping products.

10

Decorating and coloring.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber gloves;

- Plastic sandals;

- Soap.

 

11

Sorting and packing of products, potteries and porcelain (including sanitary ceramics).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XXI. MANUFACTURE OF BUILDING MATERIALS

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XXI.1. Tiles - Roof tiles - Ceramic tubes

1

Operating of mixers of asbestos and cement.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Fabric socks;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

2

- Operating of machines for rolling and corrugating fiber cement;

- Manual forming of fiber cement sheets.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Fabric socks;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

3

- Excavating, carrying and smoothing of soil;

- Performing of earthworks in muddy and wet areas;

- Performing of earthworks;

- Making of liquid clay;

- Hand carrying of liquid soil on regular basis.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

4

Performing of earthworks in dry areas: excavating, probing, scooping of soil into mixers and transport vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

5

- Smashing, crushing and screening of dry soils (by hand);

- Operating and supporting of dry soil screening machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working outdoors.

6

Crushing, screening and blending of constituents of roof tiles and tubes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Face towel;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

7

Crushing, screening and blending of constituents of acid resistant bricks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Face towel;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

8

- Shaping of bricks (silicate brick, enamel brick), roof tiles and tubes;

- Maintaining of patterned bricks, enameled tiles (e.g. ceramic, granite), cement roof tiles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

9

Enameling of tiles or paving bricks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

10

Lighting of kilns for: bricks (including enameled tiles or paving bricks), roof tiles and tubes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

11

- Grinding and polishing of enameled tiles or paving bricks;

- Sorting and packing of enameled tiles or paving bricks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

12

Fabricating of bricks, cement tiles and slag bricks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

13

Stevedoring of tiles and roof tiles (including enameled bricks) and tubes into and out of kilns or transport vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

 

14

Producing (and maintaining) of pre-fabricated concrete products.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XXI.2. Sand and gravel

15

Dredging and excavating of submersible sand and gravel onto vessels and barges then onto storage sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

16

Exploiting of sand and gravel on land and river banks, dredging and excavating of sand and gravel by vessel onto and out of transport vehicles, clearing of land and gravel in storage sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

17

Rinsing and selecting of sand, gravel and stone (by machines and by hand).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Thick rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Canvas gloves(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

18

Operating and supporting of machines for crushing and screening sand and gravel.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

19

- Manual crushing and screening of sand and gravel;

- Weighing of sand, gravel and cement.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XXI.3. Stones

20

Operating, repairing and maintaining of smashing machines (e.g. jaw crusher, hammer crusher).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

21

Smashing of stone, transporting of crushed stone.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

22

Operating and repairing of stone crushing machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Face towel;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

23

Carrying and feeding of stone into crushing machines, carrying of crushed stone out of crushing sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Dust mask;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

 

 

24

Chiseling of slabs, chiseling of stones into production and household tools.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

25

Stone carving.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Apron;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

26

Operating and supporting of machines for rough grinding, fine grinding and polishing of slabs and granite stones.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

27

Producing of cut and grinded stones.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

28

Operating and supporting of stone cutting machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

29

Manual cutting of stone.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

30

Hand carrying, arranging and stevedoring of stone onto and out of vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

31

Operation of stone drilling machines, hole boring machines hammers for inserting of explosives.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Rubber boots;

- Fall-arrest lifeline (large rope)(1);

- Earplugs;

- Face towel;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at height.

XXI.4. Lime

32

Entering lime kilns.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes.

 

33

- Selecting and sorting of lime, shoveling and carrying of lime (e.g. powdered and dry lime) onto and out of vehicles and warehouses.

- Manual smashing, crushing and screening of dry and powdered lime.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes.

 

34

Operating and supporting of machines for crushing and mixing lime, for blending lime and dry sand.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Face towel;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes.

 

XXI.5. Cement

35

- Operating, repairing and maintaining of pumps;

- Operating, repairing and maintaining of bridge cranes and spreaders of materials and coal;

- Feeding of materials into kilns.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

36

- Operating of machines for stirring and mixing materials;

- Operating of transport devices.

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

37

Operating of crushing and drying machines (i.e. crushing of materials and cement).

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Earplugs;

- Dust mask;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fabric socks;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

38

Operating, repairing and maintaining of kilns.

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Radiation proof eyewear(1);

- Dust mask;

- Specialized respirator(2);

- Canvas clothing;

- Heat resistant clothing(3);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(4);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when operating kilns.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

(3) Equipped when examining a highly heated kiln upon its recent halt.

(4) Equipped when performing repairs.

39

Shoveling of clinker from kiln’s floor.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Fabric socks or gaiters;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

40

Operating, repairing and maintaining of (static or sleeves’) dust collecting systems.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Fabric socks or gaiters;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when performing repairs.

41

- Performing of mechanical and chemical analyses;

- Operating of Roentgen machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Thin rubber gloves;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- X-ray and radiation proof clothing(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when operating a Roentgen machines.

42

Packing of cement.

- Fabric hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Fabric socks.

 

43

Industrial cleaning of cement factories.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Fabric socks or gaiters;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

44

Performing of electrical and mechanical repairs.

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Dust mask;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary according to voltage levels.

45

Hand carrying of cement.

- Hair cover;

- Dust mask;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shoulder pads;

- Fabric socks or gaiters;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

46

- Operating of hammer crushers, jaw crushers and roller pressing machines;

- Operating of devices that dispense cement and clinker;

- Operating of cement bag production lines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric gloves;

- Low-cut fabric shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

XXII. CONSTRUCTION

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XXII.1. Concrete

1

- Ironworker's tasks;

- Assembling and dismantling of concrete molds and formworks in construction.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Soap.

 

2

Operating and supporting of machines that blend concrete mortar and granitoid concrete.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

3

Mixing of concrete mortar, mixing of granitoid constituents, shoveling, shifting, tamping and spreading of concrete by hand.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

4

Breaking of concrete.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

5

Dismantling and assembling of concrete molds in concrete prefabricating factories and plants.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

6

Operating of blowers of cement, mortar, sand, etc.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

7

Operating of vibratory tampers for concrete and granitoid (pressure-based tamping).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

8

Operating and supporting of centrifugal machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

9

Wet curing of concrete and granitoid.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for concrete prefabricating workers.

XXII.2. Bridges and roads

10

- Piercing and breaking of rubble stone and other stones in waterfalls, clearing of stones from pathways;

- Digging, embanking and consolidating of road bed.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Canvas gaiters;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

11

- Delivering of asphalt;

- Driving of pavers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Raincoat;

- Leather apron;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Soap.

 

12

- Operating of bitumen emulsion melting machines, asphalt dryer D506;

- Operating of brick laying machines;

- Melting and spreading of asphalt.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Shawl (1.2m x 0.8m) against dust, heat and sunlight;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

13

- Operating of machines for spreading hot mix asphalt concrete, for filling and leveling roads upon spreading of hot mix asphalt concrete;

- Performing of (manual) works at hot asphalt concrete mixing stations.

- Spreading, arranging and compacting of stone on patched roads, repairing of stone-paved and asphalt-paved roads.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Shawl (1.2m x 0.8m) against dust, heat and sunlight;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sun;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes or canvass shoes with leather sole;

- Soap.

 

14

- Driving of (steam-powered and diesel-fueled) road rollers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sun;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

15

Operating of hot asphalt concrete mixers.

- Thin canvas clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sun;

- Shawl (1.2m x x1,8m) against dust, heat and sunlight;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

16

Constructing and maintaining of airports, runways, airfields and aircraft stands.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Warm coat(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Raincoat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

17

- Ironworker’s building and repairing of metal bridges;

- Bending of metallic parts in bridges’ concrete structure;

- De-rusting of metal bridges' coating.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working over water or at height.

18

Riveting of bridges.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Earplugs;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working over water or at height.

19

Hoisting and rigging.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shoulder pads;

- High-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

20

- Directing of construction and repair works on roads and bridges;

- Directing of works at hot asphalt concrete mixing stations.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

21

Maintaining, repairing, dismantling and installing of equipment, water draining and performing of sailor’s tasks at barge docks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

22

Diving.

- Warm clothing(1);

- Fiber gloves(1);

- Warm socks(1);

- Warm shawl(1);

- Shorts and square collar shirt(2);

- Manual worker’s clothing(3);

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves(3);

- Low-cut canvas shoes(3);

- Diving suit(4);

- Breathing gas cylinder(4);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when scuba diving.

(2) Equipped when freediving.

(3) Equipped when performing other tasks apart from diving and diving support.

(4) Generally equipped when necessary.

23

Handling of voice communications and line signals for diving.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XXII.3. Operating of construction machines and devices

24

- Operating of pile drivers;

- Operating of mobile pumps for draining mud and water in construction and mining sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

25

Operating of machines for excavating, leveling, compacting and scooping soil in construction sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

26

- Operating of electric hoists, hoist lifts and remotely controlled lifts;

- Operating of hand-driven hoists;

- Hooking of cables and structures in construction.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

27

Operating of other construction machines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XXII.4. Building, repair and construction support

28

Digging of foundations, trenches and wells, ground and foundation leveling.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

29

Masonry works.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

30

Constructing and repairing of buildings.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

31

Repairing of furnaces, kilns and boilers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

32

Constructing and repairing of chimneys of blast furnaces.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Warm protective headgear(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at height in cold weather.

33

Constructing and disposing of underground sewers.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

34

Constructing, maintaining and repairing of: small sewers, byways and manholes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

35

- Painting, scraping and white washing of walls;

- Wall chasing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

36

Manual coating of ceilings.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

37

Digging, installing and repairing of pipes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Fall-arrest lifeline;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

38

- Sealing and leak insulating;

- Digging, installing and repairing of gas and water pipes;

- Digging, installing and repairing of ceramic pipelines.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

39

Manual grinding, chiseling and smashing of bricks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

40

Mixing, melting and applying of bitum.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

41

Cutting and installing of glass, applying of mastic.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

42

Repairing of rafters; building of shacks and wood or bamboo houses; fabricating and dismantling of scaffolds.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

43

Repairing of instruments for construction sites and building material production.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

44

Flag signaling in construction sites.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

XXIII. IRRIGATION

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

1

Land surveying for mapping or designing irrigation works.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

2

- Land surveying for quantifying, estimating and finalizing irrigation works, deploying of river and canal dredging ships;

- Land surveying for dyke surveyors’ measuring river depth and quantifying embankment works.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Anti-leech socks(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in areas where leeches are present.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

3

Repairing of ships and boats at dockyards.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

 

4

Managing of water regulation and distribution facilities, removing of barnacles, de-rusting, cleaning of cables, closing of sewer gates.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(1);

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when de-rusting.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

5

- Managing and repairing of dykes, levees and sewers;

- Growing of trees that dissipate wave and prevent erosion for irrigation works;

- Digging, embanking, carrying of stone, soil and building materials, protecting of irrigation works (e.g. canals, ditches, dykes, embankments).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

6

Working as a sailor, crew, technician, electrician or mechanic on vessels related to irrigation works.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Raincoat;

- Rubber shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

7

Operating of drilling machines for irrigation project surveying;

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing;

- Warm protective headgear;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Soap.

 

8

Jet grouting of mortar, cement and clay in irrigation works, base consolidating and leak proofing of foundations and main parts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing;

- Warm protective headgear;

- Soap.

 

9

Seismic surveying, blasting, hammering for vibrating effect.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Warm clothing;

- Warm protective headgear;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

XXIV. TRANSPORTATION

No.

Occupation

Equipment

Note

XXIV.I. Rail transport

1

- Driving and assistant driving of trains;

- Driving of railcar;

- Driving of wagons.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when uniform is not available.

2

- Working as train captain or deputies;

- Railway porters;

- Train station officers;

- Providing customer services on board and in stations (e.g. catering, transferring of passengers and cargo);

- Directing of stevedores;

- Servicing of customers, handling of cargo, servicing of rolling stocks, working as translator in international multimodal stations at borders.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when uniform is not available.

3

Working as technician on board (e.g. electrician or railway car technician).

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Insulating or canvas gloves;

- Earplugs;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when uniform is not available.

4

- Examining of railway vehicles in stations;

- Investigating and handling of signaling issues in stations.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas shoes or rubber boots;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when uniform is not available.

5

Mending and adjusting of locomotives and rolling stocks.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes (e.g. Fuel and oil resistant leather or fabric shoes);

- Soap.

 

6

Manual repairing, maintaining and assembling of parts of locomotives and rolling stocks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas shoes;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

7

Manual repairing, maintaining and assembling of oil-covered machines and equipment: bogie frame, couplers, brake system, oil pumps and oil-filled devices.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Earplugs;

- Soap.

 

8

- Manual repairing, maintaining and operating of diesel-fueled machines, electric generators, air compressors, electric power sources;

- Repairing and maintaining of air conditions fitted in locomotives and rolling stocks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Earplugs;

- Canvas raincoat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working outdoors.

9

Shunting and coupling of locomotives and rolling stocks, routing of locomotives.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Reflective shirt;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas shoes;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when uniform is not available.

10

Monitoring of barriers, railroad crossing and rail-road bridges.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Reflective shirt;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when uniform is not available.

11

Patrolling of routes, bridges and tunnels, monitoring of tunnels.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Reflective shirt;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas shoes;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

 

12

Overhauling and renovating of railway bridges, railroad, signaling and communication facilities and architectural structures.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Reflective shirt;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

 

13

Route-assigned cooking, cooking for railway employees.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Canvas raincoat(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

14

Chemical testing.

- White overcoat;

- White hat;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

15

Fitting of rail wheels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

16

- Repairing of components, parts and seat cushion in rolling stocks;

- Woodworking for assembling and repairing rolling stocks.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

17

Supplying of water to locomotives and rolling stocks. Working as thermal engineer, driving captain, commercial railcar supervisor.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

 

18

- Cleaning of rolling stocks;

- Industrial cleaning in factories;

- Cleaning of stations, warehouses and yards.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots or fabric shoes;

- Canvas or rubber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas raincoat;

- Soap.

 

XXIV.2. Land transportation

19

- Driving and repairing of cars and passenger vehicles;

- Driving and repairing of hearses and ambulances;

- Driving and repairing of vehicles carrying special goods (e.g. money, gold, precious stones).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Personal work mat;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves;

- Soap.

 

20

- Driving of automobiles and motor tricycles fitted with a cargo box or trunk.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Motorcycle helmet(1);

- Motorcycle goggles(1);

- Personal work mat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when driving a hoodless vehicle.

(2) Equipped for drivers who handle repairs.

21

- Vehicle assistant's tasks: selling tickets and arranging luggage aboard passenger vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

22

- Driving of road freight vehicles:

- Driving of motor vehicles carrying cargo, materials, equipment or food.

- Assistant driving and escorting of motor vehicles carrying cargo and materials.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Face towel;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Personal bamboo mat(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped for drivers who handle repairs.

23

- Driving or assistant driving of vehicles that are of assistance to construction works or of use in construction sites, irrigation, land surveying, exploitation of building materials and production of concrete.

- Driving of heavy-duty trucks of at least 10 tons.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Belly buckle(1);

- Personal work mat(2);

- Raincoat with hood(3);

- Soap.

(1) For 10-ton or larger vehicles.

(2) Equipped for drivers who handle repairs.

(3) Equipped when driving a hoodless vehicle.

24

- Working as team leader, vice leader or regular technician on board a vehicle to provide guidance or drive the vehicle.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

25

- Sewing of seat cushions for automobiles and tractors;

- Patching of inner tubes, retreading for automobiles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

26

Oil changing, washing and cleaning of automobiles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Fabric hat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

27

Performing of roadside auto repairs for a fleet of vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt;

- Chemical resistant gloves;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Personal mat;

- Soap.

 

28

Automobile safety checking, auto inspecting.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

 

29

- Operating, repairing and maintaining of equipment of road tunnels;

- Supervising and maintaining of traffic and hygiene in road tunnels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fuel, oil and acid resistant shoes (e.g. fuel, oil and acid resistant leather or fabric shoes);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury(1);

- Dust mask (with active charcoal);

- Earmuffs and earplugs;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Reflective shirt;

- Insulating boots(1);

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant gloves;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Raincoat;

- Anti-bacteria clothing (with specialized paper);

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

30

Guarding of road tunnels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric shoes;

- Dust mask (with active charcoal);

- Earmuffs and earplugs;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Reflective shirt;

- Raincoat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

31

Preventing and extinguishing of fire, emergency rescuing in road tunnels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Heat and flame resistant leather shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Heat and flame resistant clothing;

- Dust mask (with active charcoal);

- Gas mask;

- Heat and flame resistant gloves;

- Fabric gloves;

- Earmuffs and earplugs;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Reflective shirt;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Raincoat;

- Anti-bacteria clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

32

Collecting of road, bridge and ferry tolls.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury or peaked cap;

- Leather shoes;

- Dust mask (with active charcoal);

- Earmuffs and earplugs;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Reflective shirt(2);

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

33

Patrolling of road and bridges.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric shoes;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury, fabric hat or conical hat;

- Dust mask (with active charcoal);

- Safety rope(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

34

Constructing and repairing of road and bridges.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury, fabric hat or conical hat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Radiation proof colored eyewear(1);

- Rubber boots;

- Fabric gloves;

- Soap;

- Safety rope(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Shoulder pads(1).

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

35

Directing of the construction or repair of roads and bridges, or working as supervisory technician.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fabric shoes;

- Rubber boots(1);

- Soap;

- Safety rope(1);

- Lifebuoy(1).

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

36

Testing of building materials for traffic facilities.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask (with active charcoal);

- Fabric shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Gloves (of fabric or rubber);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

XXIV.3. Water transportation

37

- Ship steering, holding position of captain, officer, political commissar, chief steward of a merchant vessel, construction vessel or marine salvage vessel;

- Working as sailor of s marine vessels (except fishing ships).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury(1);

- Warm clothing and headgear(1);

- Raincoat;

- Rubber shoes(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

(1) Not equipped if uniform is provided.

(2) Equipped when necessary.

38

Holding position of captain, officer or sailor of an inland waterway vessel.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Raincoat;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Warm protective headgear(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Equipped when necessary.

39

Working as chief engineer, second engineer, engineer, oiler or mechanic of a marine vessel. Working as chief engineer, second engineer or engineer of an inland waterway vessel.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes;

- Earplugs;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap;

- Insulating gloves;

- Insulating boots.

(1) Equipped when necessary.

40

Working as electrician of a marine or inland waterway vessel (including merchant and offshore construction vessels).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Insulating boots(1);

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

41

Working as navigator (i.e. guiding vessels entering and leaving ports).

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Soap.

 

42

- Working as radio officer of a marine vessel;

- Working as translator on a marine vessel.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Fabric hat;

- Soap.

(1) Not equipped if uniform is provided.

(2) Equipped when necessary.

43

Cleaning of marine vessels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

44

- Working as island-based lighthouse technician: maintaining, repairing and guarding of island-based lighthouses (including electricians);

- Maintaining, repairing and replacing of lanterns in coastal and estuary-based lighthouses.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Canvas gloves(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Raincoat(2);

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Lifebuoy(3);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Generally equipped when carrying out patrol or keeping guard.

(3) Generally equipped.

45

Buoying, lighting and signaling in terminal depots.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat(2);

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Lifebuoy(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working outdoors.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

46

Maintaining of inland waterway: disposing of mudflats and riverside obstacles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

47

Removing of barnacles, de-rusting and painting of lighthouses‘ buoys; removing of barnacles and rust from marine and inland vessels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Shawl (1.2m x 1.8m) against dust, heat and sunlight;

- Dust mask;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Earplugs(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when removing rust by machine.

48

- Mooring at ports;

- Constructing and repairing of island-based and marine lighthouses.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

49

Working in shipyards and workshops for repairing inland waterway vessels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

 

50

- Hand carrying of waterway freight;

- Operating of motor boats, ships and rafts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Soap.

 

51

Guiding of passengers and vehicles boarding a ferry or traversing a floating bridge.

- Raincoat;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Soap.

 

52

Surveying of inland waterway.

- Thick clothing;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when conducting surveys.

53

Administering of inland waterway.

- Thick clothing;

- Warm clothing and headgear;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

54

Producing and installing of waterway signs.

- Thick clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(1);

- Dust mask;

- Earplugs(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Rubber gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-leech socks;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Lifebuoy(1);

- Acid resistant rubber apron(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

55

Holding position of captain or chief engineer on vessels that administer inland waterway.

- Thick clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury and coldness;

- Gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Fabric shoes;

- Plastic sandals;

- Lifebuoy;

- Soap.

 

XXIV.4. Aviation

56

Industrial cleaning of airplanes.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Water and stain resistant overcoat;

- Specialized rubber gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Earplugs or earmuffs(2);

- Warm clothing(3);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(2) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

(3) Equipped when working in cold areas.

57

Aircraft interior cleaning.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Rubber gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Earplugs or earmuffs;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Warm clothing(2);

- Plastic sandals(1)(3);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(3) Equipped when working in the rain.

58

Emptying and cleaning of aircraft toilets.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Rubber gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Earplugs or earmuffs;

- Reflective shirt;

- Warm clothing(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

59

Washing of aircraft carpet.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Water and stain resistant gloves;

- Rubber boots or shoes;

- Water and stain resistant apron;

- Soap.

 

60

- Driving of ground support vehicles;

+ Driving of follow-me vehicles and tractors;

+ Driving of boarding ramps and container loaders;

- Driving of passenger vehicles outside aircraft stands;

- Driving of catering vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked leather shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Earplugs or earmuffs(2);

- Warm clothing(3);

- Plastic sandals(1)(4);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(2) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

(3) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(4) Equipped when working in the rain.

61

Repairing and operating of ground support equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Oil resistant rubber boots;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery shoes with metal toes;

- Oil resistant gloves;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Wool gloves with grip;

- Earplugs;

- Warm coat(1);

- Raincoat(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Collectively equipped when working outdoors.

62

Installing, operating and maintaining of centralized equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery insulating leather shoes;

- Radiation proof colored eyewear(1);

- Fiber gloves;

- Insulating rubber gloves;

- Earplugs(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

63

Repairing and maintaining of measuring, testing and calibrating equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Fiber gloves;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

64

- Aircraft refueling, discharging of used oil.

- Driving of aircraft refuellers;

- Chemical testing, form filling at aircraft stands.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs or earmuffs;

- Dust mask;

- Low-cut canvas shoes or sandals;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt;

- Fuel and oil resistant gloves(1);

- Oil resistant rubber boots(1);

- Warm clothing(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in direct contact with oil and lubricant.

(2) Equipped when working in cold areas.

65

- Supervising and managing of ground services;

- Managing and logging of aircraft stands;

- Guiding of passengers arriving and departing by air;

- Delivering, transporting and supervising air cargo loaded and unloaded.

- Manual worker’s clothing(1);

- Fabric hat(1);

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Fiber gloves;

- Earplugs or earmuffs;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt(2);

- Warm clothing and headgear(3);

- Plastic sandals(2)(4);

- Soap.

(1) Not equipped if uniform is provided.

(2) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(3) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(4) Equipped when working in the rain.

66

Supplying of avionics.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fiber gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Plastic sandals(1)(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(2) Equipped when working in the rain.

67

- Painting of aircrafts and other equipment.

- Plating of components.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat or protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Specialized half-face respirator;

- Specialized chemical resistant rubber gloves(1);

- Acid and alkali resistant boots(1);

- Specialized chemical resistant apron(1);

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Reflective shirt(2);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

68

Sewing, patching and covering of aircraft wings.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Dust mask;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Plastic sandals(1)(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(2) Equipped when working in the rain.

69

Working as aircraft mechanic.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery leather shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Specialized chemical resistant rubber gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Earplugs or earmuffs;

- Fall-arrest lifeline(1);

- Reflective shirt(2);

- Raincoat(3);

- Plastic sandals(2)(4);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(3) Equipped when working outdoors.

(4) Equipped when working in the rain.

70

Aircraft engineering (e.g. electrician, control panel technician).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery leather shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Insulating gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Earplugs or earmuffs(1);

- Reflective shirt(2);

- Raincoat(3);

- Warm clothing(4);

- Plastic sandals(2)(5);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

(2) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(3) Equipped when working outdoors.

(4) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(5) Equipped when working in the rain.

71

- Flight dispatching;

- Aircraft marshalling;

- Maintaining of runways and aircraft stands.

- Raincoat;

- Warm coat(1);

- Earmuffs(2);

- Reflective shirt(3);

- Fabric hat;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

(3) Equipped when marshalling aircrafts into stands.

72

- Working as radio and radar technician;

- Working in measuring and calibrating division.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Insulating gloves(1);

- Electromagnetic shielding clothing(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury and electromagnetic radiation(1);

- Raincoat(2);

- Reflective shirt(3);

- Warm clothing(4);

- Earplugs or earmuffs(5);

- Plastic sandals(3)(6);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working outdoors.

(3) Equipped when working at aircraft stands.

(4) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(5) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

(6) Equipped when working in the rain.

73

Ultrasonic cleaning of aircrafts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Specialized chemical resistant rubber gloves;

- Soap.

 

74

Repairing of UHF, NDB, ILS, microwave satellite system, VOR, DME, VHF, RADAR.

- Electromagnetic shielding clothing(1);

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Warm coat(2);

- Insulating leather shoes with rubber sole;

- Electromagnetic shielding eyewear;

- Earmuffs(3);

- Electromagnetic shielding protective headgear;

- Fabric hat;

- Insulating gloves;

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat(4);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

(2) Equipped when working outdoors in cold areas.

(3) Equipped when working in contact with extreme noise.

(4) Equipped for outdoor workers.

75

Industrial cleaning.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Warm coat(1);

- Fabric hat;

- Oil resistant rubber boots(2);

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Canvas gloves;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

76

Searching and rescuing.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Anti-slippery leather shoes;

- Fabric hat;

- Raincoat;

- Soap.

 

77

Stevedoring, admitting and returning of luggage or cargo.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Canvas gloves;

- Warm coat(1);

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Raincoat(2);

- Rubber boots;

- Fabric hat;

- Shoulder pads;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Generally equipped on each shift when necessary.

78

Loading and unloading of luggage or cargo into and out of aircrafts.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Wool gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Three-fingerless wool gloves with grip;

- Low-cut leather shoes;

- Fabric hat;

- Shoulder pads;

- Earplugs or earmuffs;

- Raincoat;

- Rubber boots;

- Reflective shirt;

- Warm clothing(2);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

79

Providing of aviation security.

- Warm coat(1);

- Raincoat;

- Fiber gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Specialized rubber gloves;

- Plastic rain shoes;

- Earplugs(2);

- Radiation proof eyewear(2);

- Reflective shirt(2);

- Heat and flame resistant clothing(3);

- Insulating leather shoes(3);

- Specialized respirator(3);

- Rubber boots;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight(4);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when working in cold areas.

(2) Equipped when securing stands.

(3) Generally equipped for security and specialized personnel.

(4) Not equipped if uniform is provided.

80

Inspecting and supervising of aviation security of airfields and aircraft stands.

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots.

(1) Generally equipped on each shift when necessary.

81

Inspecting and supervising of aviation security of airfields and aircraft stands.

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Anti-slippery high-necked canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Electromagnetic shielding eyewear(1);

- Electromagnetic shielding clothing(1);

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury and electromagnetic radiation(1);

(1) Generally equipped on each shift when necessary.

82

Examining and supervising of ambiance of airfields and aircraft stands.

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Raincoat;

- Reflective shirt(1);

- Rubber boots.

(1) Generally equipped on each shift when necessary.

83

- Payload balancing;

- Guiding of luggage arrangement.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Raincoat;

- Wool gloves with grip;

- Anti-slippery canvas shoes;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

84

Aviation firefighting.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear;

- Canvas gloves;

- High-necked leather shoes;

- Raincoat;

- Specialized respirator;

- Heat and flame resistant clothing;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

85

- Handling of lost luggage;

- Handling (delivering and maintaining) of materials, goods and equipment.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber-made medical gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Soap.

 

86

Aviation medics.

- White clothing;

- White hat or hair cover;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber-made medical gloves;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat(1);

- Soap.

(1) Generally equipped on each shift when necessary.

87

Administering of ULDs (unit load device).

- Reflective shirt;

- Fabric hat;

- Earplugs;

- Raincoat;

 

88

Aviation meteorological surveying.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Rubber boots;

- Raincoat;

- Fabric hat;

- Radiation proof eyewear;

- Canvas gloves;

- Blue overcoat;

 

89

Operating, repairing and maintaining of office machines and equipment (e.g. computers, photocopiers, telephones, faxing machines).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Dust mask;

- Rubber gloves;

- Soap;

- Specialized half-face respirator(1).

(1) Generally equipped when necessary.

90

Controlling of ground support equipment.

- Reflective shirt;

- Rubber boots.

 

XXIV.5. Stevedoring

91

- Driving of cranes:

+ Level luffing crane, transfer crane, floating crane, rubber-tyred crane, crawler crane, windlass crane;

+ Driving of forklifts, crane trucks and gantry cranes;

- Driving of rubber-tyred and crawler tractors.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Canvas gloves;

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Hoodless vehicle operators equipped with protective headgear against traumatic brain injury.

92

Operating of dusty belt conveyors for: coal, soil, sand, gravel, lime or cement (and disposing of impurities).

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat(1);

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Shawl (1,2 x 0.8m) against dust, heat and sunlight;

- Insulating boots(2);

- Soap.

(1) Replaced with protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight for outdoor workers.

(3) Generally equipped when working with belt conveyors.

93

Maneuvering of animal-drawn vehicles, caring for animals, manual loading and unloading of goods into and out of such vehicles.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear or conical hat against rain and sunlight;

- Dust mask(1);

- Canvas gloves(1);

- Shoulder pads(1);

- Soap.

(1) Equipped for stevedores.

94

Maneuvering of animal-drawn vehicles, caring for animals, without direct loading and unloading of goods into and out of such vehicles.

- Raincoat;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

95

- Stevedoring or delivering of goods and materials in warehouses or on non-motorized vehicles, innovating, pushing and pulling of such vehicles;

- Delivering, stevedoring, moving, mixing and clearing of goods, materials, heavy and sharp-pointed crates;

- Delivering, stevedoring, moving and clearing of loose and dusty materials and goods.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Dust mask(1);

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(1);

- Shawl (1.2m x 0.8m) against dust, heat and sunlight;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when arranging loose and dusty goods.

96

Repairing, delivering and storing of tools for stevedoring.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Fabric hat;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut canvas shoes;

- Soap.

 

97

Manual loading and unloading of freight onto and out of vessels.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries(1);

- Dust mask;

- Canvas gloves;

- Low-cut fabric shoes;

- Shoulder pads;

- Shawl against dust, sunlight and heat;

- Lifebuoy(2).

- Soap.

(1) Equipped when stevedoring dusty goods.

(2) Generally equipped when necessary.

XXIV.6. Registration

98

Railroad registrant.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Fuel and oil resistant shoes (e.g. fuel and oil resistant leather or fabric shoes);

- Canvas gloves;

- Flash light;

- Transparent goggles against dust or mechanical injuries;

- Soap.

 

99

Road transport registrant.

- Manual worker’s clothing;

- Protective headgear against traumatic brain injury;

- Anti-slippery low-cut canvas shoes;

- Gloves;

- Dust mask;

- Soap.

 

100

Water transport registrant.