If I am a real estate owner, among my OSH & Fire Safety liabilities are:
In accordance with the Energy Act, the owner of a building is obliged to keep all electrical appliances in a state that meets the relevant standards and legislation. The owner is also responsible for the revision of lightning conductors.
The owner of any building is obliged to keep all gas appliances in the building in a state that meets the relevant standards and legislation.
The owner is obliged to carry out revisions of stable pressure vessels (i.e. expansion vessels, water heaters etc.)
The owner is obliged to ensure regular inspections of the building, depending on the fire safety appliances installed. Fire safety appliances and equipment are listed in the document called Fire Safety Solution of the building.
The owner is obliged to carry out regular checks of waste-heat paths and remove any obstacles found.
Lifts must be kept in a safe and operable state. The maintenance of a lift is usually provided by a professional company, which carries out checks and tests.
The owner is required to perform regular checks of boilers with minimal nominal heat output of 50 kW, or all boilers where the sum of the nominal heat outputs exceeds 100 kW. Before starting the job, every employee must undergo a medical examination at the health care centre that the employer has concluded a contract on provision of occupational medical services with. The examination is then periodically repeated depending on the work performed and the age of the employee.