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To optimize the security of your premises, your hardware and sensitive equipment and to guarantee the safety of your staff, Thirard offers you its range of recording equipment. Recording equipment, records or condemns access, relating to the safety of persons and work equipment. By definition:
-Recording evidence is a security procedure that ensures the protection of people and equipment against the consequences of any accidental damage or maintenance of any occurrence or reoccurrence of unwanted energy or hazardous fluids on the equipment (such deposits can be partial or total).
– Condemnation is an operation which ensures the maintenance of separation (usually obtained through a lock difficult to override or hardware device) so that its removal is impossible without the voluntary action of an authorized person.
The labour code also requires that work equipment is ‘designed and built so that their establishment, their use, their setting, their maintenance, in accordance with their intended purpose, does not expose people to a risk of harm to their health or their safety (art. L.4311 – 1 of the labour code). Logging devices must always allow the safe correlation with the complexity of the work equipment and frequency of transactions. Accidents, which are still too frequent, are due to contact with one or more employee (s) with:
-bare parts under voltage;
-fluids under pressure (hydraulic, steam, chemicals…);
-mechanical parts with unexpected motion.
In the majority of cases, the victim felt safe, but the consignment proved to be incomplete.
For more information, please consult the brochure INRS ED 6109 ‘Logging and DE consignations’ directly on the site of the INRS: http://www.inrs.fr/BrochureED6109 – this guide is designed to help establish a procedure for recording adapted to a situation under consideration. This document cancels and replaces the ED 754 ‘Consignments and DE consignations’ brochure dating from 1993