Safe Maintenance in Practice

Book : Safe Maintenance in Practice

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Luxemburg

ISSN : 1830-5954

Published Date : 2010

Publisher : European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 6921


1 Introduction
2 Casesandsnapshots

2.1 Case 1: Good maintenance at BASF; chemical industry

2.2 Case 2: Improving maintenance work safety by inherently safe design of a reeling machine

2.3 Snapshot 1: Health and safety management system at Romec

2.4 Case 3: "Smart" remote-controlled geographical system for maintenance operations: design and development of a prototype

2.5 Case 4: Renault, analysis of risk situations

2.6 Case 5: Majör overhaul ofconventional thermal povver station

2.7 Case 6: Maintenance practice in the printing industry

2.8 Snapshot 2: Efforts to reduce accidents related to repair and maintenance of farming equipment in Ireland

2.9 Case 7: Safe access system used for the maintenance of a povver supply line netvvork

2.10 Snapshot 3: Safe maintenance concept for the Oresund fixed link

2.11 Case 8: Air France Industries: creating a virtual tool to plan in advance for real-world defects

2.12 Case 9: Safe maintenance of hydraulic systems

2.13 Case 10: Substitution of dangerous substances in repair and maintenance vvork

2.14 Snapshot 4: How to protect vvorkers from asbestos risks

2.15 Case 11: Taking risks vvith asbestos: What influences the behaviour of maintenance vvorkers?

2.16 Case 12: Solutions to reduce stress in occupational maintenance

2.17 Snapshot 5: Training based on comprehensive guidelines to improve health and safety in vvatervvays maintenance vvork

2.18 Case 14: A source-oriented strategy to reduce vvorkplace risks during the maintenance of trains
3 Condusions

3.1 Lessons learned from good practice

3.2 Good safety and health management is at the heart of safe and reliable maintenance.

3.3 Risk assessment of maintenance tasks

3.4 Prevention through design - eliminating hazards at the design stage

3.5 Replacing hazardous substances to eliminate or minimise hazards

3.6 Training and information assupportive measures

3.7 Tackling the stress factors affecting maintenance vvork
4 Key success factors in the prevention of risks during maintenance vvork
5 Reducing the risks: some practical recommendations