And what you need to do in case of fire is taught by our qualified team of trainers and experts - in a targeted, entertaining and practical way.
We offer lively, hands-on training courses, which can be held at your premises or at our premises at the Manke Competence Centre can be carried out. Our instructions are carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Workplace Directive.
If you only have individual participants, you are welcome to use our public dates.
In accordance with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the accident prevention regulation "Principles of Prevention" (DGUV Regulation 1), the employer must instruct the employees on the hazards arising during their activities and on the measures to be taken to avert them before they start work and at appropriate intervals thereafter, but at least once a year (at least every six months in the case of young people).
This instruction must also include measures against incipient fires and explosions as well as behaviour in the event of danger. However, to be effective, the instruction must be adapted to the workplace, the scope of work and the understanding of the employees.
The Ordinance on Hazardous Substances and the Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health require the employer to draw up operating instructions for activities involving hazardous substances and work equipment, insofar as this is necessary, and to make them available at a suitable place in the company. The basis for the operating instructions is the risk assessment. The operating instructions shall be written in a comprehensible form and in a language understandable to the employees.
In the case of activities involving hazardous substances and work equipment, employees must also be instructed verbally and in relation to the workplace at the previously mentioned intervals.
The content and time of the instructions shall be recorded in writing and confirmed by the signatures of the persons instructed.