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11/11/2015

Non-binding guide to good practice for implementing Directive 2013/35/EU Electromagnetic Fields - Volume 1 - Practical guide  (11/11/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-140-EN-N

The Directive 2013/35/EU lays down the minimum safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to risks arising from electromagnetic fields (EMF). This practical guide has been prepared to assist employers, particularly small to medium sized enterprises, to understand what they will need to do to comply with the Directive. However, it may also be useful for workers, workers representations and regulatory authorities in Member States. It consists of two volumes and a specific guide for SMEs.

The practical guide volume 1 provides advice on carrying out risk assessment and further advice on the options that may be available where employers need to implement additional protective or preventive measures.

Volume 2 presents twelve case studies that show employers how to approach assessments and illustrate some of the preventive and protective measures that might be selected and implemented. The case studies are presented in the context of generic workplaces, but were compiled from real work situations.

The guide for SMEs will assist you to carry out an initial assessment of the risks from EMF in your workplace. Based on the outcome of this assessment, it will help you decide whether you need to take any further action as a result of the EMF Directive. This publication will be available in electronic format in all EU official languages.

11/11/2015

Non-binding guide to good practice for implementing Directive 2013/35/EU Electromagnetic Fields - Volume 2 - Case studies  (11/11/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-141-EN-N

The Directive 2013/35/EU lays down the minimum safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to risks arising from electromagnetic fields (EMF). This practical guide has been prepared to assist employers, particularly small to medium sized enterprises, to understand what they will need to do to comply with the Directive. However, it may also be useful for workers, workers representations and regulatory authorities in Member States. It consists of two volumes and a specific guide for SMEs.

The practical guide volume 1 provides advice on carrying out risk assessment and further advice on the options that may be available where employers need to implement additional protective or preventive measures.

 Volume 2 presents twelve case studies that show employers how to approach assessments and illustrate some of the preventive and protective measures that might be selected and implemented. The case studies are presented in the context of generic workplaces, but were compiled from real work situations.

The guide for SMEs will assist you to carry out an initial assessment of the risks from EMF in your workplace. Based on the outcome of this assessment, it will help you decide whether you need to take any further action as a result of the EMF Directive.

This publication is available in electronic format in all EU official languages.

11/11/2015

Non-binding guide to good practice for implementing Directive 2013/35/EU Electromagnetic Fields - Guide for SMEs  (11/11/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-142-EN-N

This guide is designed to help you understand how the work you carry out may be affected by the EMF Directive. It is not legally binding and does not provide an interpretation of specific legal requirements that you may have to comply with. It should therefore be read in conjunction with the EMF Directive, the Framework Directive (89/391/EEC) and relevant national legislation. This guide is designed so that employers who are already compliant will be able to establish the risks quickly.

More detailed information, including on exposure assessment and preventive measures, can be found in the comprehensive non-binding guide to good practice for implementing Directive 2013/35/EU.

This publication is available in electronic and printed format in all EU official languages.

13/10/2015

The Belgian food basket – Brussels  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-547-EN-N

The Belgian food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

13/10/2015

The Bulgarian food basket - Sofia  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-553-EN-N

The Bulgarian food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

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13/10/2015

The Cypriot food basket - Nicosia  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-01-15-542-EN-N

The Cypriot food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

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ελληνικά English

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13/10/2015

The German food basket - Berlin  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-550-EN-N

The German food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

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Deutsch English

Downloads:646

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13/10/2015

The Greek food basket - Athens  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-01-15-543-EN-N

The Greek food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consist­ing of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

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ελληνικά English

Downloads:552

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13/10/2015

The Spanish food basket - Madrid  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-01-15-532-EN-N

The Spanish food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

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English español

Downloads:1170

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13/10/2015

The Estonian food basket - Tallinn  (13/10/2015)

Catalog N. :KE-04-15-559-EN-N

The Estonian food basket indicates the monthly budget required for an adequate food intake by three reference households (consisting of children and people of working age, in good health, without disabilities and living in the capital city). The basket includes a budget for food and for the kitchen equipment required to prepare, serve, consume and preserve this food. Furthermore, it takes into account the necessary budget for physical activity and for other functions of food, such as its social function for example.

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eesti keel English

Downloads:557

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