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DGUV Vorschrift 3 (BGV A3) Allgemein
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Search item. In order to make sure that work equipment is provided and used in a safe manner, you must, based on a risk assessment covering any and all work equipment, define and implement the measures necessary in this regard, supervise the efficiency of the implemented measures, and document the overall process. In so doing, systems requiring monitoring being used as work equipment by the employees when performing the work must be taken into consideration as well. Those hazards entailed by the provision and use of the work equipment itself, as well as hazards resulting from interactions with other work equipment, with substances, or with the work environment are the subject of the determination and evaluation. Please note: More detailed information on hazard factors can be found in the section expert knowledge. It describes the approach for determining and evaluating hazards and for deriving the necessary measures for. If measures have to be taken, the minimum requirements pursuant to BetrSichV Annex 2 must be taken into consideration.