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  • Housekeeping & Fire Safety
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  • A place for every thing And everything at its place
  • A place for every thing And everything at its place
  • Percentage of cleaning done by me and he 90 % 10 %
  • Percentage of cleaning done in Advanced World 10 % 90 %
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    • Are the premises kept clear of combustible waste and refuse
    • Are metal
    • receptacles
    • with closely
    • fitting lids
    • available for
    • waste such
    • as floor
    • sweepings?
    • Are separate clearly labeled containers provided for
    • waste with special hazards - flammable liquids, swarf, paint rags, oily rags?
    OILY RAGS
    • Are waste
    • containers
    • removed from the
    • building at the
    • end of each
    • working day
    • or more
    • frequently if
    • necessary?
    • Is waste put out in a
    • safe place awaiting
    • disposal?
    • Are cupboards, lift shafts, spaces under benches, gratings, conveyor belts and behind radiators, and similar places kept free from dust and rubbish?
    • Are pipes, beams,
    • trusses, ledges, ducting and electric fittings regularly cleaned?
  • Are areas in and around the buildings kept free from accumulated packing materials and pallets?
    • Are metal
    • lockers
    • provided
    • for
    • employee
    • clothing?
  • L.P.G Cylinders
    • Are liquefied petroleum
    • gas (LPG) cylinders
    • safely preferably in a
    • fenced compound
    • outdoors at least 2m
    • away from any boundary
    • fences?
    • Is the store
    • used only for
    • cylinder
    • storage? Is the
    • store used only
    • for cylinder
    • storage?
  • Are empty cylinders treated in the same manner, but kept separate and labeled empty?
  • Are cylinders stored with their valves uppermost?
    • Are permanent
    • warning notices
    • prominently
    • displayed
    • prohibiting
    • smoking
    • and naked lights?
  • Are cylinders stored with their valves uppermost?
    • Are fire doors, exits,
    • fire equipment and
    • notices kept
    • unobstructed?
    • Are storage
    • areas
    • accessible to
    • fire fighters ?
    • Are stack sizes kept as
    • small as
    • practicable
    • in the
    • circumstances?
    • Are there clear spaces
    • around stacks of
    • Stored material and
    • Adequate gang ways
    • Between them?
    • Are stacks stable
    • and not
    • liable to
    • collapse
    • easily?
    • Are stocks of material arranged so
    • That Fire detectors
    • are not impeded
    • and the required
    • Clearance beneath
    • this equipment
    • maintained?
    • Are stock kept well clear
    • of
    • light fixtures
    • and hot
    • service
    • pipes?
    • Are the grounds
    • surrounding the
    • premises kept free
    • of combustible
    • vegetation by
    • regular grass
    • cutting and scrub
    • clearance?
    • Are all outside contractors
    • supervised while on the
    • premises and their work is
    • authorized by hot work
    • permit schemes?
    • Are all stock of
    • flammable liquids
    • kept in purpose
    • built flammable
    • liquid stores?
    • Is the flammable
    • liquids store kept
    • un-congested and
    • tidy?
    • Are flammable liquids
    • carried in specially
    • designed safety containers
    • and not open cans and
    • buckets etc.?
    • Are flammable
    • liquids kept
    • away from
    • possible
    • source of
    • ignition?
    • Are suitable spark
    • reducing tools provided for
    • use in places where
    • There may be
    • Flammable vapours?
    • Are all
    • machines
    • subjected
    • to
    • Scheduled
    • maintenance
    • Is machinery located so as to avoid
    • congestion among machines and materials?
    • Are motors and all moving parts of
    • Machinery kept clean to avoid overheating?
    • Are drip trays used where necessary and emptied regularly?
    • Are oil leaks
    • and drips
    • absorbed
    • with
    • Mineral
    • Absorbent,
    • not
    • sawdust?
    • Are there
    • restrictions
    • on using
    • unauthorized
    • heaters?
    • Are combustible
    • materials at a
    • distance of 3 ft
    • from heater?
    • Are portable heaters securely guarded and placed where they cannot be knocked over or ignite combustibles?
  • Do not put the toys or other things over the heater
    • Is smoking prohibited in all areas where it is particularly, dangerous such as:
    • * Production areas, workshops and other places where materials and waste produced is readily combustible?
    • * Store rooms and warehouse?
    • * Packing and unpacking areas?
    • * Loading and unloading areas?
    • * Infrequently visited areas?
    • Are the
    • no smoking
    • Regulations
    • Strictly
    • enforced?
    • Where smoking is
    • permitted is there
    • An abundant supply
    • of non-combustible
    • receptacles for
    • cigarette ends as
    • Distinct from
    • containers for waste?
    • Are these
    • receptacles
    • emptied at
    • least once a
    • day?
    • Are drains provided
    • and are they kept
    • clear of blockages by
    • routine inspection
    • and cleaning?
    • Are hydrants,
    • fire extinguishers,
    • fire alarm and sprinkler
    • systems regularly
    • maintained by qualified
    • people?
    • Are fire and
    • smoke doors
    • kept closed
    • whenever possible
    • and always after
    • working hours?
    • FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
    • Are routine checks made to ensure equipment has not been obscured, moved or damaged?
  • Join hands to save our people and property from the ferocity of ruthless fires
  • Thank You