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The preparation of documentation in the field of work safety involves the creation of all written materials, reports, plans, and policies necessary to ensure the safety and health of workers in the workplace. This documentation serves as a guideline for compliance with legislation, standards, and best practices for work safety.

Key services in the field of work safety include:

Expert assistance in drafting General Acts (regulations): These are internal documents that establish the organization of work safety implementation and define the obligations and responsibilities of employees. These regulations may cover issues such as training, the use of personal protective equipment, procedures in case of accidents, and other safety protocols.

Work Safety Elaborate: This document describes all aspects of safety and health at work in a specific work environment or project. This includes risk identification, preventive measures, evacuation plans, worker training, and other relevant information.

Risk Assessment Act: The Risk Assessment Act describes in detail the identified risks in the workplace, assesses their importance and probability, and proposes measures to reduce them.

Preparation of an expert opinion obtained in the process of reducing working hours in jobs with increased risk: The expert opinion in the process of reducing working hours is a document prepared to assess health or safety risks in the workplace and propose appropriate measures to reduce these risks. This procedure is usually applied when there are significant risks or circumstances that could adversely affect the health and safety of workers.

Key elements of the expert opinion in the process of reducing working hours include:

Workplace or job assessment;

Risk assessment;

Evaluation of the impact on the health and safety of workers;

Proposal for reducing working hours or other measures;

Expert opinion preparation.

Documentation for minimum technical requirements: This documentation includes all technical specifications and requirements that need to be met to ensure work safety. This may include equipment specifications, materials, and technical conditions for the construction and maintenance of facilities.

Expert assessment of technical documentation: This document relates to the assessment of technical documentation from the perspective of the application of work safety measures. Experts analyze technical plans and project documents to ensure that correct safety measures are applied.

Elaboration on equipping facilities and installations with safety signs: This elaborate describes in detail where and how to place safety signs in facilities and installations to ensure clear communication of safety rules and instructions.

Preparation of Instructions for Safe Work with Equipment: Instructions for safe work with equipment are documents or manuals that provide detailed guidance and information on safe handling and use of various equipment in the work environment. These instructions are crucial to ensuring employee safety, minimizing risks and accidents at work, and ensuring compliance with work safety standards and legislation.

The preparation of this documentation is crucial to ensure work safety, meet legal requirements, and adhere to best practices in the field of work safety.


Work safety training is a crucial aspect of ensuring the safety and health of workers in the workplace. These training programs are intended to provide employees and employers with the necessary knowledge and skills to recognize and reduce workplace risks, respond correctly in case of accidents and injuries, and comply with all legal regulations and standards related to work safety. As part of the work safety training services, we offer the following:

Basic Work Safety Training: This training provides a basic understanding of the principles and rules related to work safety. Basic hazards and risks in the workplace are learned, as well as how to avoid them.

Training on Proper Handling of Equipment: This training provides skills for workers who handle specific equipment, teaching them how to safely use, maintain, and properly install it in accordance with work safety standards.

Expert Training in Work Safety: Specialized training is provided for jobs or sectors exposed to specific hazards. This may include training on chemical safety, working at heights, handling heavy equipment, and similar topics.

Employers are required to provide training for all employees in the following cases:

before starting work;

in case of changes in the work process;

when assigning employees to a new job;

periodic renewal of training in accordance with the risk assessment act.


Certificates in the field of work safety are formal documents that confirm compliance with certain requirements, standards, or procedures related to the safety and protection of employees in the workplace. In many countries, there are different types of certificates and certifications issued in the field of work safety, and some of them include:

  • Inspection and testing of machines and equipment of all types
  • Inspection and testing of machines and equipment with increased hazards
  • Inspection of compressors, forklifts, tractors….
  • Inspection of personal and cargo lifts ….
  • Inspection and testing of construction machinery and equipment……..
  • Inspection and testing of tower, overhead, cantilever, crane, and portal cranes
  • Inspection and testing of self-elevating platforms
  • Inspection of vehicles for internal transport on mechanized drive
  • Inspection and testing of workshop self-elevating platforms
  • Inspection and testing of boiler plants
  • Inspection and testing of technological facilities of all types
  • Inspection of machines for processing and processing of wood, metal, and similar materials
  • Inspection and testing of paint shops and dryers
  • Inspection of mechanical and hydraulic presses
  • Testing of ventilation functionality
  • Inspection and testing of gas stations
  • Inspection of gas installations and appliances
  • Testing of gas installations for impermeability
  • Testing the functionality of gas detection in boiler rooms
  • Inspection and testing of gas stations
  • Inspection and testing of chemical, biological hazards, and microclimate.
  • microclimate parameters – temperature, relative humidity, air flow rate;
  • noise level – total noise, octave noise analysis, equivalent noise level, calculation of daily (weekly) noise exposure level;
  • vibration – speed, acceleration, calculation of daily (weekly) vibration exposure;
  • lighting – light intensity, lighting uniformity;
  • chemical hazards – concentration of vapors, gases, fumes, aerosols, concentration of total and respirable dust, calculation of daily exposure;
  • radiation – electromagnetic.
  • Risk Assessment Act
  • Revision of the Risk Assessment Act
  • Measurement of indirect touch voltage
  • impedance loop fault measurement
  • current measurement – errors
  • measurement of the current of the differential current protection device
  • measurement of the time of disconnection of the differential current protection device
  • Measurement of the insulation resistance of electrical conductors
  • Potential equalization measurement
  • Inspection of distribution cabinets
  • Measurement and adjustment of bimetal protection on electric motor drives
  • Measurement of active and apparent power and power factor
  • Measurement of static electricity
  • Preparation of a static electricity control book
  • Static electricity protection control on tank trucks
  • Testing the functionality of power plants, electrical devices, and electrical installations
  • Testing of HV equipment
  • Lightning protection system testing
  • Testing of fire hydrant systems (internal and external)
  • Review of technical documentation
  • Pressure measurement (static and dynamic)
  • Calculation of the water quantity of each hydrant
  • Inspection of fire hydrant equipment
  • Pressure testing of hydrant pipes
  • Testing of fire alarm systems
  • Review of technical documentation
  • Review of fire alarm control panels
  • Testing of all types of fire alarm detectors (ionization, thermodynamic, manual)
  • Testing of gas detection systems
  • Testing of PP devices
  • Testing of emergency lighting
  • Testing of gas installations for impermeability
  • Visual inspection of gas installations
  • Pressure test
  • Fire and technological explosion vulnerability assessment
  • Fire protection plan
  • Fire protection regulations
  • Evacuation and rescue plan and training of responsible persons
  • Preparation of facilities and installations with safety signs.


MULTITEH ENGINEERING Ltd. Zenica, has established a Laboratory for testing physical, chemical, biological hazards, and microclimate. The laboratory conducts periodic testing of physical, chemical, and biological hazards in the field of work safety. In addition to the modern equipment it possesses, highly educated professional staff from various engineering disciplines is employed, trained to perform all types of measurements and analyses. This laboratory meets the highest prescribed standards of work.