Operating instructions can be generated using a standardized process in Quentic. In this way, you can fulfill your legal obligations with ease and according to the German Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health, the Hazardous Substances Ordinance, as well as the Accident Prevention Regulations of the Employers’ Liability Insurance Association. Only a few clicks are needed to compile the necessary advice and symbols – and your document is ready!
- Scope of application
- Hazards to people and the environment
- Safety measures and codes of conduct
- Conduct in case of incidents
- Behavior in case of accidents, first aid
- Servicing, maintenance and disposal
Fulfilling your duty of alerting employees to risks and displaying protective measures just got a whole lot easier.
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What kind of activity or hazardous material? What equipment is affected? Which risks, safety measures or guidelines for first aid, maintenance and disposal have to be observed? The convenient entry form in Quentic provides you with numerous entry fields for a comfortable and transparent record of the content suggested by the Employers’ Liability Insurance Association.
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Make further use of standard warning, safety and prohibition signs, as well as fire protection and rescue signs. Link the respective risk assessments and necessary instructions.
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Finally, you can print out the information pack for the bulletin board or send it to your colleagues. Thanks to the standardized process, your data is consistently organized and you save valuable time.
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You can centrally define deadlines, responsibilities and the scope of actions in the document management system, so it is precisely specified who has to record and assess what, when and how.
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“Quentic made it easy to directly involve external reviewers. After receiving access rights, they could immediately enter the risk assessments resulting from the on-site inspection, into our system. Everyone was working toward the same goal at the same time.”