Indication of pedestrian communication in the warehouse

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The issue of work requirements concerning pedestrian communications in warehouses is regulated by Government Regulation no. 391/2006 Coll. on the minimum safety and health requirements for the workplace (hereinafter “Government Regulation No. 391/2006 Coll.”) and STN 26 9010 Handling of material, width and height of roads and aisles (hereinafter “STN 26 9010”).

In accordance with Annex no. 1 point 12.2 of Government Regulation no. 391/2006 Coll. communications for pedestrians and for the carriage of goods must be made taking into account the number of users and the type of activities performed on them. In the sense of Art. 3.2 STN 26 9010 The smallest widths of pedestrian communications are defined by STN 73 5105 Manufacturing Industrial Buildings (hereinafter “STN 73 5105”).

STN 73 5105 in Article 7.7.1 regulates the minimum width of pedestrian communication in warehouses. According to the article in question, pedestrian communication must be technically solved with regard to the number of persons who will use it. For up to 100 people, these communications must have a minimum width. 1100 mm, in the case of 100 to 300 persons min. 1650 mm and in the case of more than 300 persons min. 2200 mm.

The color label of the communication is regulated by Art. 2.1 of Annex no. 5 of Government Order no. 387/2006 Coll. on the requirements for the safety and health signs at work: Where the use and fitting-out of premises requires the safety and health protection of workers, communications to the vehicles are clearly marked by uninterrupted zones of distinct color, preferably white or yellow, with regard to the color of the substrate .

For the sake of completeness, we state that, within the meaning of Article 6 (1) l) of Act no. 124/2006 Coll. on Safety and Health at Work and on Amendments to Certain Laws as amended, the employer is obliged to determine in his internal regulations on the safety and health protection at work the rules concerning the movement of pedestrians on the roads in the warehouses.



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