Emergency response and security - Unfallprävention
Unternehmer sind für die Sicherheit ihrer Beschäftigten verantwortlich. Sie führen regelmäßige Sicherheitsanalysen durch und treffen Präventionsmaßnahmen (z. B. zum Brandschutz oder Strahlenschutz).
Here you will find information about formalities related to this subject:
Work safety organization; request for an exception
In occupational safety, companies are required by law to take certain measures, e.g. various persons must be appointed, such as occupational safety specialists or company physicians. Deviations must be approved by the responsible trade supervisory office.
Firearms, muzzleloader and reloader shooters; registration for the technical course with examination
In order to obtain a permit to purchase and handle propellant powder, firecracker, muzzleloader and reloader shooters must prove their expertise in handling these explosive substances. The Trade Supervisory Office at the Government of Upper Bavaria conducts the required examinations throughout Bavaria.
Firecracker testing; application for a proof test
The Bavarian Proof Administration performs both initial and repeat testing on firecracker devices and guns.
unexploded bombs and munitions; information on behaviour and responsibility
Explosive ordnance - particularly unexploded bombs and World War 2 munitions - continues to be found. If you find explosive ordnance: Hands off, immediately notify the police!
Fire protection; implementation of preventive fire protection measures
Preventive fire protection is the umbrella term for all measures that prevent or limit the development, spread and effects of fires in advance. The actions and conditions that pose a fire hazard and are therefore prohibited are listed in the Ordinance on the Prevention of Fires.
Fire safety watch; recognition of own forces
The "Fire Protection Service" can recognise the own forces (or service providers) of the operator of a place of assembly as fire safety guards.
Explosive substances; application for an explosives licence or certificate of competence
When handling explosive substances, the requirements of the Explosives Act (SprengG) must be observed. Therefore, as a rule, only persons in possession of an explosives permit or a certificate of competence may handle explosive substances.
Driving personnel; operational checks to verify driving times and rest periods
Checking compliance with the rules on the duration of driving times, breaks and rest periods for lorry and bus drivers.
Fire inspection; implementation
The purpose of the fire inspection is to prevent hazards to life, health, property or possessions that may result from fires.
Fireworks; notification of the burning of pyrotechnic articles
If you have an explosives permit or a certificate of competence, you must report fireworks with pyrotechnic objects.
Small fireworks; application for a permit to set them off
If you are not in possession of an explosives permit or a certificate of competence and wish to set off fireworks of category F2 outside the New Year's Eve period, you need a permit.
Laser equipment; information on operating requirements
Only competent persons may handle laser equipment. Before the laser equipment is put into operation for the first time, it must be inspected by a competent person. As a rule, a competent laser protection officer must be appointed in writing before lasers of classes 3R, 3B and 4 are put into operation.
Motorsport event; application for a permit
Motor sport events - both in the road space and on other surfaces - require permission.
Sozialvorschriften im Straßenverkehr; Informationen
Blasting with explosive substances; display
If blasting with explosive substances is to be carried out, this must be reported to the locally responsible trade supervisory office or mining office.