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  • 1. Prepared by M.Ganesh Murugan 9715447621
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      • Do not wear loose fitting garments as they can easily get caught in a moving part of the machine
      • Wear prescribed uniform and shoes
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      • Long and unruly hair is dangerous particularly while working near the revolving parts of the machine
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      • Never wear a ring, bracelet or a watch while working, as they may be caught in a moving part injure you or it may even drag your finger or hand into the machine
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      • Wear approved safety goggles or face shields particularly when you are working on a job which produces flying chips or sparks
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      • Use personal protection equipment and safety devices as required
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      • Do not play with swarf. The hot sharp chips may burn or injure your hand
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      • Never run inside a workshop
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      • While walking watch your steps
        • Do not walk or work under suspended loads
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      • Be watchful of blind corners. You may get caught in the wrong way
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      • Do not carry too many tools or instruments at a time
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      • Do not operate any machine until you are authorized
        • Fully understand the operations, control and safety aspects of the machine before operating
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      • Know how to stop the machine before you start it
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      • Ensure that all control of the machine are accessible to you
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      • Ensure that all safety guards are in position
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      • Do not meddle with the limit switches
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      • Keep the machine clean – don’t clean it with bare hands. Use cloth, cotton waste or brush as per requirement
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      • Lubricate the machine as recommended
        • Stop the machine while cleaning or oiling
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      • Do not operate the machine at unsafe speeds, feeds and depth of cut
        • Do not attempt to change the speed and feed when the machine is in motion unless designed for it
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      • Do not try to set the machine, job or take measurements of job while the machine parts or job is in motion
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      • Do not lean on the machine
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      • Switch off the machine immediately if anything goes wrong
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      • Do not day dream
        • Be alert and mind your job
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      • Be calm and patient while working
        • A disturbed mind will invite trouble
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      • Do not divert the attention of others or do not get yourself diverted by others while working
        • Over confident
        • It may even lead to major accidents
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      • Avoid horse playing/monkeying
        • It is always dangerous
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      • Do not direct compressed air at your work mates or at your self
        • It can kill
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      • Poor illumination
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      • Poor ventilation
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      • Poor house keeping
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      • Hazardous storage
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      • Congestion of material and equipment
        • Too narrow passages
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      • Material projection
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      • Unsafe equipment defects
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      • Inadequate or improper guards
        • Inadequate safety devices
        • Inadequate warning system
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      • Hazardous atmospheric conditions
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      • Fire and explosion hazards
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      • Hazardous personal attire
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      • Golden rule
        • No movement or minimum movement
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      • Be cautions to prevent cuts – while handling thin sheets and plates
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      • Wear gloves - while handling rough jobs
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      • Wear asbestos gloves - while handling hot material
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      • Don’t spill - while removing metal chips
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      • While handling materials take care to see that the limb are not caught or trapped
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      • Give proper padding to ropes to prevent sharp edges cutting the ropes while hoisting
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      • Balance the load
        • Don’t lift load too high or too low
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      • While handling long bars, keep the bars paralles to the passage
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      • Regularly check and maintain all material handling equipment
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      • Take proper care of all slinging gadgets like hooks, eye bolts, rods while using
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      • Ensure that the load carrying capacity is safe enough before using the equipment
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      • Plan to have a place for every tool, appliance and materials.
        • An orderly shop is less hazardous to work
      • Pay attention to the maintenance of equipment.
      • Train employees to ensure the orderly and neatly.
        • Develop a habit in employees to keep the manner.
      • Good house keeping is the personal responsibility of every supervisor.
        • Every supervisor should be proud of making his section a better place to work.
      • Cleanliness is next to godliness
        • Ensure that floors and passages are clean and dry.
    • A good house keeping and clean atmosphere makes employees happy and promote a desire to turn out a quality job.
  • 58. M.Ganesh Murugan 9715447621