Automotive Technical Service carries out the risk assessment with classification of ATEX risk environments pursuant to Legislative Decree 81 of 9 April 2008 Title IX. atmosphere means a mixture with air, at atmospheric conditions, of flammable substances in the state of gas, vapors, mists or dusts.
Safety in the workplace with risk of regulated at European level by Directive 1992/92 / EC ATEX Work, related is Directive 2014/34 / EU ATEX Products. The directive was implemented in San Marino with a decree.
The employer must divide the areas in which atmospheres may form into zones, for the classification of areas or places, reference can be made to the harmonized technical standards relating to specific sectors, including:
EN 60079-10 (CEI 31-30) Classification of dangerous places and subsequent modifications;
EN 61241-10 (CEI 31-66) Classification of areas where combustible dusts are or may be present and subsequent modifications; and related guides:
CEI 31-35 and CEI 31-56; and for the analysis of hazards, risk assessment and prevention and protection measures, according to the standard:
EN 1127-1 atmospheres. prevention and protection. Part 1: Fundamental concepts and methodology.