EHS terms, expressions and abbreviations
Asbestos & Co.
Asbestos and other building contaminants, e.g. PCB, PAH, wood preservatives etc. But also biological hazards by pigeon droppings or legionalla etc.
Safely packed showpieces and an extended photo collection to train maintenance personnel on how to identify asbestos & Co.
Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.
Corporate Social Responsibility.
Environmental due diligence: systematic survey of a site/buildings or possible investments on potential risks coming from soil and groundwater contamination or building contaminants e.g. asbestos & Co.
Environment, Health & Safety.
»Environmental Management and Audit Scheme« according to Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 on the voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme.
»Einfaches Maßnahmenkonzept Gefahrstoffe«. Easy-to-use generic risk assessment scheme that is based on COSHH Essentials (chemical control banding). It was developed by the Fed-eral Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA).
Divided into operator obligations and planner obligation; see also delegation of entrepreneurial obligations and training »entrepreneurial obligations«.
Environmental Due Diligence
EDD: systematic survey of a site/buildings or possible investments on potential risks coming from soil and groundwater contamination or building contaminants e.g. asbestos & Co.
»General Data Protection Regulation« is the title of Regulation (EU) 2016/679.
Globally Harmonized System. GHS refers to the Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.
Health & Safety and Environment.
Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use.
Occupational health and safety management systems - Requirements with guidance for use.
50001 Energy management systems - Requirements with guidance for use.
British Standard BS OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety.
In other words organisational requirements. Operator obligations are often recurring requirements. These are usually the requirements that are delegated along lines of seniority into all areas so that they are evenly distributed.
In other words material requirements. Planner obligations are often one-time requirements that, for example, must be carried out in the setting of a project phase or when changes in legal guidelines cause one-time adjustments.
Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances »Demolition, reconstruction or maintenance work«.
Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances »Welding Work«.