Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Components Group Name Ailton Lima Renato Sandro Valdemar Anderson 630

225 RGM 630 365 GAP01A October / 2002 630 337 630 545 625 586 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene N. Regulatory Standard 9 P.P.R.A. "Program for Prevention of Environmental Risks" 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene - had its wording amended by Ordinance No 25 of 12.29.1994 and re-edited at 15/02/1995 - Part of the Safety Manual and Oc cupational Medicine (Law 6514 of 22/12 / 77) - It is one of 29 Regulatory Standa rds adopted by Ordinance 3214 of 08/06/78 - It is a revision of the old NR 9 Env ironmental Risks - Do not have sub-items and no attachments. 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Aim to preserve health and integrity of employees, by anticipation, recognition, evaluation and consequent control of the risks that exist or will exist in the WORKPLACE, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RES OURCES. 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene * Must be prepared by every company or in stitution * Development is the responsibility of the employer with the participa tion of employees * Must be combined with all NRs, in particular with a NR 7 PCM SO * Establishes minimum parameters and may be extended by collective agreements ; 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene PPRA Specifically aimed at the prevention of occupational diseases by means of risk factors in the environment of the pla nt distributed as follows: - Physical Agents: Different forms of energy to which workers may be exposed (no ise, vibration, temperatures, radiation, etc..) - Chemical Agents: Several subst ances, compounds or materials that may enter the body through breathing, ingesti on or skin (Mercury , lead, asbestos, oils, lubricants, etc..) - Biological Agen ts: are bacteria, fungi, bacilli, parasites, viruses, etc.. 22/10/2002 Public Health and Hygiene Occupational Structure of the PPRA 1 - Planning goals 01/01 01/02 01/03 schedule two priorities - Strategy and meth odology 3 - way of registration, maintenance and dissemination 4 - Frequency and rating 5 - Analyze comprehensive evaluation and adjustments 6 - Have a basic 6. 1 contain the structural aspects and 6.2 give discussed with the CIPA 6.3 easy a ccess to review 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Development PPRA 1 - Anticipation and recognition involve new designs, processes and changes 2 -

Setting priorities and targets 2.1 Assessment 2.2 Control 3 - Evaluation 3.1 3.2 Risk Exposure 4 - Implementation 4.1 4.2 effective control measures 5 - Monitor ing of exposure 6 - Registration and disclosure 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Health Risk Recognition 12345678Identificação pinpointing sources identification and function of the t rajectories above paragraph of activity and type of exposure data and identifyin g the company's existing damage potential damage related to the existing risk co ntrol measures Quantitative evaluation 1234comprovar exposure or no exposure identifies scales subsidize exposure contr ol measures 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene 5 - 6 record of pests - completion of exposure 6.1-if it is harmful to health an d physical integrity is 6.2 is not harmful to health and physical integrity in J uly - a measure of protection applicable collective 7.1-7.2-7.2.1-deployment ind ividual 7.2 .1 - 7.2.1-training replacement 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Control Measures 1 - Removal, neutralization or control the risks identified 01/01 - 01/02 antici pation finding phase - phase 1.3 recognition quantitative assessments exceed NR 15 LT 1.3.1 1.3.2 ACGIH American Conference of Governmental Industrial Higyenist s 1.3.3 collective labor bargaining Since they are more stringent than the technical criteria. 1.4 medical control prove causation Collective protection measures 1 - eliminating or reducing the use 1.1 that prevent the release 1.2 that reduce the levels / concentration 2 - training for the measures of collective characte r 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Measures to protect individual 1 - an administrative / organizational 2 - Use of PPE 2.1 must consider the lega l 2.1.1 Selection of PPE to risk comfort 2.2 2.1.1.2 2.1.1.1 efficiency training program 2.2.1 2.2.2 correct use of the same limitations 2.3 standards procedure s or use 2.3.3 2.3.2 2.3.1 providing custody and care and maintenance cleaning 2 .3.4 2.3.5 Replacement 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene 3 - Identification of PPE by function / activity 4 - Criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of the protection measures implemented 4.1 4.2 medical control of health 5 - Level of action: value above which preventive actions should be init iated so that does not exceed the level of exposure. 5.1 shall be objects of sys tematic control monitoring 5.2 5.3 5.4 Information medical control Registry Data 1 - Structured, forming a historical technical and administrative 2 - Held for 2 0 years 22/10/2002

Public Health and Occupational Hygiene 3 - You should always be workers 3.1 3.2 3.3 Authors Representatives Responsibilities 1 - Employer 1.1 Establish, implement and ensure the PPRA 2 - to collaborate and participate in employment 2.1 2.2 2.3 follow the guidelines report occurrences that may involve risks 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Information 1 - worker 1.1 1.2 proposals receive information and guidance 2 - Employers 2.1 appropriately enough on the risks and 2.1 on the means of preventing or reducing 2.3 protect yourself from them Final Provisions 1 - Local employers with various actions will be integrated into two - the knowl edge that workers possess and the Risk Map should be used in the implementation of the PPRA 3 - The employer must ensure that in situations of grave or imminent risk the worker can stop their activities immediately 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Recommended Bibliographies - Legislation Atlas Manuals, Safety and Occupational Medicine, NR 2009, São Pau lo: Atlas, 48th edition, 2001. - Master - Advisory, Consulting and Training in O ccupational Safety 22/10/2002 Public Health and Occupational Hygiene Clarification of doubts 22/10/2002