Legal and normative regulations govern the ordering requirement for employer legal and normative regulations oblige employers operating officer to order. Cause it may involve, for example, specialists for occupational safety, first responders and also environmental management representative. The ordering requirement for company officer can arise for employers for two different reasons. On the one hand due to a normative requirement in the case of a certified company, and on the other hand based on legal principles. Occupational safety specialists: the order required of a specialist for occupational safety for employers based on the Occupational Safety Act, as well as on the accident prevention regulations.
These bases are aimed at companies whose operating mode and the associated risks of accidents for the workers, the number of employees and the composition of the workforce, as well as the operational organisation of the company require this. It is a specialist for occupational safety Support of the employer in all aspects of safety at work. While the task theirs due to their local and specialist expertise, identify accident and health risks attached to respond and to observe whether the prescribed safety devices and protective equipment are available. It only people as a specialist for occupational safety must be ordered by employers, which have the necessary technical security expertise. As a result, it is mandatory that the specialist for occupational safety bears the title of engineer, technician or master.
First responders: The legal bases for the first aid and the use of emergency responders is in 10 social working environment Act and 21. Due to this legislation, the employers is obliged to provide first aid and related measures. These include in particular the appointment of a sufficient number of first aiders with this necessary qualification or training as well as providing a suitable first-aid equipment. The occupational first aid training is carried out in a comprehensive first aid course with eight lessons.