Guidelines

WEA Guidelines are based on Acts and Executive Orders. They explain how the regulations are to be interpreted.

WEA Guidelines describe, among other things, how enterprises, etc. can plan and carry out their work, so as to ensure that the health and safety requirements are met. WEA Guidelines are not binding on the enterprises etc. but the Danish Working Environment Authority will take no further action if an enterprise has complied with the WEA Guidelines.

What is WEA Guidelines?


WEA Guidelines

A.1.6 Floors and the risk of falls 

45.2 Notifying hazardous substances and materials

D.1.1 Risk assessment (APV)

2.4.3-1 Work at height from ropes

F.3.4 Cooperation on health and safety at temporary or mobile work sites in the building and construction industry

Technical equipment

1.9.4 - Certificates of crane drivers (only in Danish)   

Offshore Oil and Gas Operations

65.1.1 - Concepts related to offshore oil and gas operations

65.1.2 - The ALARP principle in connection with offshore oil and gas operations

65.1.3 - Registration and notification of accidents etc. in connection with offshore oil and gas operations etc.

65.1.6 - Working time regulations in connection with offshore oil and gas operations

65.1.8 - Risk management in connection with offshore oil and gas operations

65.1.10 - 

65.1.13 - Health and Safety Documents in connection with offshore oil and gas operations

65.1.17 - Permits and advance commitments of permits for mobile non-production installations used in connection with offshore oil and gas operations

65.2.1 - Health and safety aspects regarding offshore well operations