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DGUV Information 203-030 - Principle design rules for the use of transfer cars (in the corrugated board industry) (bisher: BGI 854e)
Titel: Principle design rules for the use of transfer cars (in the corrugated board industry) (bisher: BGI 854e)
Normgeber: Bund
Amtliche Abkürzung: DGUV Information 203-030
Gliederungs-Nr.: [keine Angabe]
Normtyp: Satzung

Principle design rules for the use of transfer cars (in the corrugated board industry)
(bisher: BGI 854e)

Translated by MINDA Industrieanlagen GmbH

Berufsgenossenschaft Energie Textil Energie Medienerzeugnisse

Stand der Vorschrift: 4/2010

Informations of the germans legal accident insurance

This BG Information contains advice and recommendations which should make the practical application of rules and regulations easier with a precise subject area or facts.

The BG Information is in first instance directed to the employer and shall support him with the realization of his duties/responsibilities from governmental health and safety regulations and accident prevention regulations and rules as well as demonstrating ways to avoid work accidents, occupational diseases and work related health dangers.

In complying with the recommendations from the BG Information, in particular the examples by which possible solutions are given, the employer can assume that he achieves the necessary targets for the accident prevention regulations and DGUV-rules. Other solutions are possible, if safety and health protection are guaranteed in the same way. The formalising of the governmental health and safety regulations, from which strict technical rules have been ascertained, should be observed as a matter of primary importance.

The technical solutions contained in this BG Information do not exclude other, at least equally safe solutions, which have also been reflected in the technical rules of other member countries of the EU or other treaty agreement countries of the European economic area.

Preliminary remarks

Transfer cars in the corrugated cardboard industry are today a frequently used work tool, in order to solve the increasing transport tasks within the manufacture and processing of corrugated cardboard. They can reach speeds of 180 m/min however also stopping distances of up to 6 m are possible. Because of the weight and the achievable speeds of the transfer cars, which in the coming years will be increased due to the continuous trends of increased productivity, great dangers arise from transfer cars.

This BG Information has been compiled on the basis of the findings from the latest accident statistics and covers the safety requirements arising from the operation of transfer cars in the corrugated board industry. The following principle design rules summarise, clarify and specify the many different guidelines, laws, regulations and standards concerning safety at work for practice.

This BG Information was published from the Berufsgenossenschaft ETEM, Branchenverwaltung Druck und Papierverarbeitung, and was taken up in the collective work of the germans legal accident insurance. It can be ordered at the Berufsgenossenschaft ETEM, Branchenverwaltung Druck und Papierverarbeitung, Rheinstraße 6 - 8, 65185 Wiesbaden, Germany, under order-number BGI 854.

Redaktionelle InhaltsübersichtAbschnitt
  
Application area1
Definitions2
Risks3
Design of the conveyors 4
General design principles4.1
Use of safety bumpers and contact bars4.2
Exceptional features in the design of conveyors using laser scanners4.3
Lining of the spaces between the conveyors4.4
Area between material to be conveyed and superstructure on the transfer car4.5
Safety technology at the shearing point between transfer car and conveyor4.6
Design of the transfer car 5
Covering of the transfer car5.1
Safeguarding of the movement of the transfer car5.2
Contact bars5.3
Bumper5.4
Laser scanner5.5
Design of fixed crossing areas6
Particular safety requirements for long stopping distances of the transfer car7
Instructions and operating manuals8
  
Implementation of inspections of transfer carsAppendix 1
Source of supplyAppendix 2