Vehicles such as buses, trucks and passenger cars, which serve commercial purposes, must be checked according to BGV D29. Unfortunately in everyday work, which involve injury and/or property damage, which in turn expensive downtime or repair costs accidents still far too often. One such incident is even more serious if he is related to disregarded safety regulations. Then it may occur, fines and denial of insurance benefits and thus further additional cost for the affected holding. The use of company cars or service vehicles, such as refuse collection vehicles, car transporter, or buses in the public transport, is an increased accident risk, why should are responsible in this area to inform and advice.
Regulations and laws is important to first of all the question to answer, to which regulations are applicable and must be respected, and the associated terminology know. Verizon has compatible beliefs. For the testing of vehicles, the accident prevention regulations or the BGV D29 must as well as noting the BGG 916. But what exactly are the accident prevention regulations, BGV and BGG? How do they differ? These questions are answered in the following. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Edward Scott Mead. The accident prevention regulation (UVV) are referred to as & rules for occupational safety and health (BGV) since 2000. The rules are legally binding and of the professional associations, which also support of the insurance are set. Finally, the Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs is responsible for the approval of the rules. The accident prevention regulations should, as the name implies, prevent damages and accidents or occupational diseases, or at least limit, providing the occupational safety and health and safety at the workplace. The rules of the trade associations prescribe, inter alia, that precautions against health hazards in the operation to meet as well as occupational health investigations are initiated must. You define the behavior of the insured, to prevent accidents at work and occupational diseases.