Safety Foms are an aid to standardize the entry of Safety data. Safety Forms issued from Safety rules are considered as being part of these Safety rules and therefore are MANDATORY. The other Safety Forms are not part of the Safety rules, but their use is strongly recommended.
ISI Laser Form
Initial Safety Information on Laser form
Entry permit for work in a confined space
Disabling of level 3 alarm
Internal transfer document for Basic Nuclear Material
The FIRE PERMIT is drawn up in order to prevent the risk of fire or explosion created by ‘hot’ tools (mainly welding torches and electric arc-welding equipment). For every item of work of this kind, the person who execute it must be an authorised operator and must be in possession of a properly completed and signed FIRE PERMIT. It does not apply to work done at permanent work-stations at CERN. CERN's endorsement does not in any way release the operator from his responsibilities. Also see code E.
Identification of occupational risks
- SF C-0-0-1
Chemical risk assessment
- SF C-0-0-2
Nanomaterial Risk Assessment
- SF C-1-0-2
- SF C-1-0-3
Test of safety showers / eyes washes
- SF C-1-0-4
- SF C-2-0-1
Explosion risk assessment
- SF C-2-0-2
Classification of hazardous areas
- SF C-2-0-3
Declaration/ Cancellation of the use of flammable gas in an experimental area
- SF C-3-0-1
Exposure Form for hazardous chemicals and CMR
Workshop hazard identification and conformity assessment
Workstation task sheet
- SF-OHS-0-0-1 et 0-0-2
The purpose of these Safety Forms is to aid in the implementation of the risk assessment process laid down in the framework of the Safety Regulation SR-OHS - Occupational Health and Safety.
This Safety Form is to be completed by the organiser of an event to inform the HSE Unit and provide the data needed for defining security requirements.
When necessary safety inspections (general, electrical, structural, etc.) will take place before the start of the event.
To help you in organising your event, the Safety Guide "15 key issues to address the safety aspect of your event" is available on the official website of safety rules (https://edms.cern.ch/document/1274277/4).
Request of official guided visit
This Security Form SF-SH-1-0-1 "Official Guided Tour Request" is a tool to assist in the implementation of General Safety Instruction GSI-SH-1 "Visits to the field of CERN "for any official guided tour for which there is no Safety Visit file.
This Safety Form is for the relevant partners; it will be adapted according to the possible evolution of the tour circuit.
Assessement grid for lone working
This Safety Form is an assessment grid to help determine the preventive and emergency measures to be taken into consideration for all lone working, as defined in GSI-SH-2.
This form applies only to members of the CERN personnel (MPE and MPA) and not to CERN's contractors or their personnel.
Estimate the Daily Exposure Level to noise
This Safety Form applies a methodology to estimate the Daily Exposure Level of a person to Noise.
Agreement concerning the use of work equipment in CERN workshops by members of personnel
In accordance with General Safety Instruction GSI-SO-12, this agreement must be signed whenever an operator, who is a member of the personnel and not part of the group that owns or manages the workshop uses such workshop for the first time. The terms of reference of the Workshop Supervisor and the definitions of the terms used in this agreement are set out in the General Safety Instruction GSI-SO-12.
Agreement concerning the use of work equipment in CERN workshops by a contractor
In accordance with General Safety Instruction GSI-SO-12, this agreement must be signed whenever an operator, who works for a CERN contractor uses such workshop for the first time. The terms of reference of the Workshop Supervisor and the definitions of the terms used in this agreement are set out in the General Safety Instruction GSI-SO-12.
Safety Form for the writing of prevention plans
Simplified Prevention Plan
Safety Form for the writting of simplified prevention plans