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1. OBJETIVO Este Reglamento tiene por objeto fijar normas para: La protección de la salud y la vida de las personas, sean estos trabajadores de CMP; de Empresas Contratistas o Subcontratistas; o terceros. La protección de los recursos de CMP, de las Empresas Contratistas o Subcontratistas o de terceros, tales como propiedades, instalaciones, edificios, maquinarias, equipos, herramientas, materiales, etc. Estas normas son complementarias de las disposiciones sobre Seguridad, Salud Ocupacional y Medio Ambiente que se establecen en la legislación, que la Empresa Contratista o Subcontratista declara conocer y se obliga a cumplir.

Aprobó Revisó Elaboró Erick Weber P. Germán Amiot A. Jaime Herrera G.

Gerente General Gerente de Personas y A. C. Jefe de Gestión Riesgos Profesionales

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2. ALCANCE El presente Reglamento formará parte integrante de todos los contratos y órdenes de compra que CMP suscriba, acuerde o apruebe para la realización de obras o prestaciones de servicios en cualquiera de sus faenas o dependencias. Las Empresas Contratistas y/o Subcontratistas deberán declarar al contratar con CMP, conocerlo, aceptarlo y obligarse al cumplimiento de todas sus disposiciones.

3. REFERENCIAS Artículo 3°, DS 594 del Ministerio de Salud, Reglamento sobre Condiciones Sanitarias y Ambientales Básicas en los Lugares de trabajo. (F.…...

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