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1 Undersecretariat for Social Welfare Department of Occupational Health and Safety The Automotive Industry Workers’ Compensation Claims and Official Mexican Standards for Occupational Health and Safety. June 2003

2 LEGAL FRAMEWORK CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED MEXICAN STATES. ART. 123, SUBPARAGRAPH XV RATIFIED INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS FEDERAL LABOR LAW. ART. 132, SUBPARAGRAPHS XVI AND XVII, ARTS. 512 AND 527, RFSHMAT AND OFFICIAL MEXICAN STANDARDS MEASURES AND STANDARDS ACT AND ITS IMPLEMENTING REGULATIONS. BASIC LAW ON FEDERAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. SOCIAL SECURITY LAW.

3 CHAPTER II. CONSTITUTIONAL JURISDICTION OF LABOR AUTHORITIES ARTICLE 527 APPLICATION OF LABOR STANDARDS IS INCUMBENT UPON THE FEDERAL AUTHORITIES WHEN IT IS A MATTER OF: INDUSTRIAL SECTOR 12: AUTOMOTIVE, INCLUDING MECHANICAL OR ELECTRIC AUTO PARTS FEDERAL LABOR LAW

4 SOCIAL SECURITY LAW. RULES CONCERNING THE CLASSIFICATION OF COMPANIES AND DETERMINATION OF THE WORK-RELATED INJURY INSURANCE PREMIUM 382 Manufacture and/or assembly of transportation vehicle bodies. (IV) 383 Manufacture and/or assembly of parts and accessories for automobiles, busses, trucks, motorcycles and bicycles. (IV) 384 Manufacture and/or assembly of parts for the electrical system of automotive vehicles. (II)

5 RULES CONCERNING THE CLASSIFICATION OF COMPANIES AND DETERMINATION OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE PREMIUM 388 Manufacture and/or assembly of automobiles, busses, trucks and motorcycles. (III) 389 Manufacture and/or assembly of automobile, bus, and truck engines. (III) 3810 Manufacture of mechanical systems and their parts for automobiles, busses, trucks and motorcycles IV.

6 Federal Regulations for Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment Set of rules implementing preventive measures under the Federal Labor Law regarding occupational health and safety: Employer obligations (art. 17) Worker obligations (art. 18) Safety conditions (arts ) Fire prevention and firefighting (arts )

7 Functioning of pressurized containers and steam generators or boilers (arts. 29 through 34) Functioning and operation of machinery and equipment (arts ) Soldering and cutting equipment (arts ) Electrical installations (arts ) Tools (arts ) Handling, transportation, and storage of materials in general, as well as hazardous chemical substances and materials (arts ) Noise and vibrations (arts ) Ionizing radiation and non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation (arts )

8 Solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical pollutants (arts ) Environmental pollutants (arts ) Abnormal atmospheric pressures (arts ) Thermal conditions in the workplace environment (arts ) Lighting (arts ) Ventilation (arts ) Personal protection equipment (art. 101) Ergonomics (art. 102) Staff services (arts )

9 National Advisory Commission (arts ) State and Federal District Advisory Commissions (arts ) Occupational Health and Safety Commissions (arts. 123 through 126) Work-related accident notices and statistics (arts ) Occupational health and safety programs (arts ) Training (arts ) Work-related preventive medicine services (arts )

10 Workplace preventive health and safety services (arts ) Pregnant and breastfeeding women at work (arts ) Working minors (arts ) Oversight, inspection, and penalties (arts )

11 AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY Production Workshops AREAS Warehouse Offices Smelting Assembly Painting Finishing

12 Types of agents Noise Physical Lighting Ventilation Metallic vapors from Chemicals Solder Combustible Gases

13 Official Mexican Safety and Sanitation Standards Applicable to the Automotive Industry by Area Buildings and Sites STANDARD-001-STPS Fires STANDARD-002-STPS Equipment and handling STANDARD-004-STPS Handling of materials STANDARD-006-STPS Noise STANDARD-011-STPS Temperatures STANDARD-015-STPS Health and Safety Commissions STANDARD-019-STPS PRODUCTION ASSEMBLY PAINTING Buildings and Sites STANDARD-001-STPS Fires STANDARD-002-STPS Combustible liquids STANDARD-005-STPS Health and Safety Commissions STANDARD-019-STPS

14 Official Mexican Standards applicable to smelting areas of the Automotive Industry SMELTING Workplace Organization Safety Health STANDARD-001-STPS-1999 STANDARD-002-STPS-2000 STANDARD-004-STPS-1999 STANDARD-006-STPS-2000 STANDARD-009-STPS-1999 STANDARD-012-STPS-1999 STANDARD-010-STPS-1999 STANDARD-011-STPS-2001 STANDARD-013-STPS-1993 STANDARD-014-STPS-2000 STANDARD-015-STPS-2001 STANDARD-024-STPS-2001 STANDARD-018-STPS-2000 STANDARD-019-STPS-1993 STANDARD-021-STPS-1993 STANDARD-026-STPS-1998 STANDARD-017-STPS-2001 STANDARD-027-STPS-2000 STANDARD-022-STPS-1999 Specific

15 Agents that affect workers in the Smelting area of the Automotive Industry SMELTING Noise Thermal Conditions Ventilation Environmental Contaminants Radiation HEALTHSAFETY WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION

16 PHYSICAL AGENT NOISE PRODUCTION WAREHOUSES WORKSHOPS ASSEMBLY PAINTING

17 OTHER AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY-RELATED COMPANIES *TEXTILE *GLASS *AUTO PARTS * MACHINE TOOL *ELECTRONICS EACH OF THEM WILL HAVE TO DO AN ANALYSIS OF THE APPLICABLE STANDARDS, BASED ON THE ACTIVITIES THEY CARRY OUT

18 Department of Occupational Health and Safety Mr. Armando R. Alejandre Pulido Director of Standardization and Research Tel ext and 3105 Fax: Valencia 36 2nd floor, Colonia Insurgentes Mixcoac, Delegación Benito Juárez Mexico City Thank you for your attention


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