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MEXICAN OFFICIAL STANDARD NOM-022-STPS-1999, STATIC ELECTRICITY IN WORKPLACES – SAFETY AND HYGIENE CONDITIONS. NDICE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Objective Scope References Definitions Obligations of the employer Obligations of the workers Safety conditions for premises and buildings Selection of lightning conductors Resistance of the grounding network Verification units and test laboratories Appendix to minimum content of the reports of verification units and test laboratories Reference Guide I example for measuring the continuity of the conductors of a lightning rod system Reference Guide II examples of installations to be groundedObjective To establish safety conditions in workplaces to prevent risks due to static electricity. Scope of application This standard applies to all workplaces where flammable or explosive substances are stored, handled or transported and which by the nature of their processes use materials, substances or equipment capable of storing or generating static electric charges or which are located in an area where they can receive atmospheric electric discharges.References For the correct interpretation of this standard, the following official Mexican standards and Mexican standards in force should be consulted:
STPS Informative Guide of the Mexican Official Standard NOM-022-STPS-2008, Static Electricity in Workplaces – Safety Conditions NOM-022-STPS-2008 NOM-022-STPS-2008, STATIC ELECTRICITY
Federal Labor Inspection NOM-022-STPS-2008 Static Electricity in Workplaces, Safety and Hygiene Conditions Objective To establish safety conditions in workplaces.
MAINTENANCE AND MEASUREMENT OF EARTH SYSTEMS IN COMPLIANCE WITH NOM-022-STPS In these times of rains and atmospheric discharges, ABSA is concerned about the safety of your company and the quality of electric energy.
Compendium of Official Mexican Standards STPS Source: Official Gazette of the Federation Date of publication: May 28, 1999 NOM-022-STPS-1999 MEXICAN OFFICIAL STANDARD, STATIC ELECTRICITY AT WORKPLACES
114 (Second Section) OFFICIAL JOURNAL Friday, May 28, 1999 SECRETARY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL SECURITY Mexican Official Standard NOM-022-STPS-1999, Static electricity in workplaces-conditions
Definition… NOMs are technical regulations that contain information, requirements, specifications, procedures and methodology that allow the different governmental agencies to establish evaluable parameters to avoid risks to the population, animals and the environment.
What are the types of NOMs closest to you as a consumer? Safety Standards and test methods. Their objective: that products work with materials, processes, systems and methods that avoid putting you at risk. Thanks to them, your stove will not catch fire while cooking.
Standards of Business PracticeStandards of Business Practice. They verify that service providers provide you with the necessary information, so that you can enjoy reliable services and avoid being subject to abusive, unfair or coercive practices. In addition, they must have their prices in sight and their contracts must be fair.
Commercial information standardsCommercial information standards. They ensure that products inform you of their characteristics, nature, quantities, warnings and, in general, all the elements that allow you to make better decisions. For some it may be obvious, for others it is difficult to distinguish whether a garment is polyester or cotton.
This group is made up of 10 standards, whose purpose is to prevent occupational diseases, based on the recognition, evaluation and control of contaminants in the work environment, which are physical and chemical agents. Psychosocial and ergonomic risk factors have also been considered.
This group is made up of 7 standards that are focused on specific branches of activity: agriculture, forestry, railways, mining and construction. They describe the most critical and general aspects of safety and hygiene that must be observed to preserve the life and health of workers.
The first three categories are of mandatory application in workplaces depending on the characteristics of the activities they carry out and the raw materials, products and by-products that are handled, transported, processed or stored; whether they are production, marketing, transportation and storage companies or service providers.