1SAFETY&HEALTHPOLICY
2GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE COMPANYSAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYThe Board of Directors and Management of Electro I...
35) Ensure that managers and supervisors have the information, training andskills necessary to enable them to carry out th...
4The health and safety of employees is seen as a management issue ofimportance and priority equal with those of quality, p...
5SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIROMENTAL POLICIES SAFETY POLICYElectro Install Limited has a Safety policy which the company seek...
6APPENDIX ONE - CODES OF PRACTICESAFETY RULES, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURESThe safety rules contained on these pages have been...
7HOUSEKEEPING1. Do not place materials such as boxes or trash in walkways andpassageways.2. Mop up water around drinking f...
8• Electrically ground and bond the containers as follows:(a) Attach the clip at one end of the grounding wire to the rim ...
9Doors1. Close drawers and doors immediately after using them.2. Keep doors in hallways fully open or fully closed.3. Use ...
10Fans1. Do not use fans that have excessive vibration, frayed cords or missingguards.2. Do not place floor type fans in w...
11ForkliftsPre-Use Inspection• Only forklift operators may operate the forklift.Do not use the forklift if any of the foll...
124. Do not raise or lower a load while you are en route. Wait until you are in theloading area and have stopped before ra...
13Loading Docks1. Keep the forklift clear of the dock edge while vehicles are backing up to thedock.2. Do not begin loadin...
14MECHANICS AND MECHANICS ASSISTANTSHand Tool Safety1. Do not continue to work if your safety glasses become fogged. Stop ...
153. Oil saw blades after each use of the saw.4. Keep your hands and fingers away from the saw blade while you are usingth...
164. Do not force a screwdriver by using a hammer or pliers on it.5. Do not use a screwdriver as a punch, chisel, or pry b...
173. Do not stand on tool boxes, chests or cabinets to gain extra height.4. Lock the wheels on large tool boxes, chests or...
18Electrical Powered Tools1. Do not use power equipment or tools that you have not been trained to use.2. Keep power cords...
19Spray Painting Operations1. Perform all spray painting operations in the spray booth or spray room.2. Return containers ...
206. "Blow Out" hoses before attaching the torch.7. "Blow Out" the cylinder valve before attaching or reattaching a hose t...
2110. Do not remove the valve wrench from acetylene cylinders while the cylinderis being used.11. Open cylinder valves slo...
22Drill Press• Do not use dull, cracked or bent drill bits.Grinder1. Do not use grinding wheels that have chips, cracks or...
23Lathe1. Do not put your hands on the plate or chuck when the power is "ON."2. Visually inspect the tail stock and tool h...
246. Do not try to clear the metal shears of jams until the machine is lockout andtag out.Lockout/Tag out1. Do not remove ...
25WINDER MACHINISTHand Tool Safety1. Do not continue to work if your safety glasses become fogged. Stop workand clean the ...
264. Keep your hands and fingers away from the saw blade while you are usingthe saw.5. Do not carry a saw by the blade.6. ...
275. Do not use a screwdriver as a punch, chisel, or pry bar.6. When you are performing electrical work, use the screwdriv...
28Tool Boxes/Chests/Cabinets1. Use the handle when opening and closing a drawer or door of a tool box,chest, or cabinet.2....
2916. Do not drive over, drag, step on or place objects on a cord.17. Do not use portable power tools unless they have col...
30Oxyacetylene Welding1. Do not use oxygen cylinders in areas where oils or any combustible liquidssuch as gasoline or mot...
31Compressed Gas CylindersStorage and Handling1. Do not handle oxygen cylinders if your gloves are greasy or oily.2. Store...
32Drill Press1. Do not use dull, cracked or bent drill bits.2. Sweep up shavings from around the drill presses by using a ...
33Appendix Two - Safety, Health & Environmental Checklistfor Sub Contractors.Company Name:ELECTRO INSTALL LIMITEDAddress:M...
34Do you and your sub-contractor, have good record of and display a clearcommitment to complying with Statutory Authority ...
35Further to the environmental issues stipulated in the attached “site Requirement for Contractors” ,your supporting docum...
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  1. 1. 1SAFETY&HEALTHPOLICY
  2. 2. 2GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE COMPANYSAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYThe Board of Directors and Management of Electro Install Limited are committedto excellence in all aspects of the business and recognizes and accepts theirresponsibility as employers for providing for all their employees workplaces andworking conditions that are safe and without risks to health.It is the policy of the Company to meet its moral and statutory responsibilities inthis regard by ensuring, as far as is reasonable practicable, that employees areable to carry out their work without risks to their safety or health arising fromCompany activities.The Company also accepts responsibility for ensuring that its customers andother members of the public do not face unacceptable risks to their safety orhealth arising out of the conduct of Company business.To achieve these objectives, the Company will:1) Provide and maintain safe places of work and a safe and healthy workingenvironment for all Company employees in accordance with therequirements of all current and approved Codes of Practice (COPs).2) Establish policies and procedures, and devise and maintain methods andsystems of work that satisfy this objective by ensuring, so far as isreasonable practicable, the safety and health at work of all its employeesand others.3) Provide adequate information, instruction, training and supervision, so thatemployees are made fully aware of the risks inherent in their work, andare able through good work practices to control those risks to anacceptable and appropriate level.4) Use materials, substances and equipment that are either inherently safeor which otherwise can be used in a safe manner, and where identifiablehazards are unavoidable, will devise appropriate methods of work andprovide protective clothing and other equipment to ensure that work canbe carried out in safety and without risks to health.
  3. 3. 35) Ensure that managers and supervisors have the information, training andskills necessary to enable them to carry out their duties andresponsibilities for the effective management of health and safety matters.We believe that safe management is good management.6) Ensure that all employees are aware of their own responsibilities forsafety, and through the provision of information, instruction, training andsupervision ensure that the action of employees do not present risks to thehealth or safety of others.7) Make suitable and effective provisions for dealing with fire and first aidemergencies in accordance with statutory requirements.8) Exercise such controls as may be necessary or permitted in law over theactivities of contractors and others carrying out work on Companypremises or in connection with Company activities, to ensure that thehealth and safety of employees and others are not placed at risk by suchactivities.9) Promote formal consultation with employees on matters of health andsafety policy and procedure through the operations of the OperationsCommittee (OPSCO).10)Allocate sufficient resources to ensure that this policy can be implementedeffectively across all Company activities and work places.11)Ensure that our employees are aware and adhere to the health & safetypolicies and procedures of the host company when conducting business intheir premises.
  4. 4. 4The health and safety of employees is seen as a management issue ofimportance and priority equal with those of quality, productivity and efficiency.The Company is committed to the development of a positive safety culture,whereby its directors and senior managers effectively propagate andcommunicate the philosophy behind this safety policy.The Company will ensure that it meets its obligations under the law by activelypromoting health and safety interests as fundamental to the success of theCompany and its activities. Safety for all is our motto.Signed for and on behalf ofElectro Install Limited………………………………………Felix KapwengeChief Operating ExecutiveDate: ………………First issued: June 2013
  5. 5. 5SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIROMENTAL POLICIES SAFETY POLICYElectro Install Limited has a Safety policy which the company seeks to:a. Observe through it staff work rules applicable to its operations.b. Operate with proper regard of safety and Observe and conform to all statuaryenactment, regulations of local / other authorities.c. To be responsible for the suitability of the equipment used by it.d. For any new project (s) its workforce will be asked to attend safety seminar orto commencement of any new project. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYElectro Install Limited has a deliberate Policy to comply with government andpublic policy on environment it seeks to;a. Harness with all most possible care the natural resources on which itsoperation depend.b. Satisfy customers demand for efficient and safe.c. Taking interest of the future generation into considerations when carrying outdevelopmental projects. HEALTH POLICYElectro Install Limited has a healthy policy to:a. Educate its workers about the dangers of AIDSb. Malaria control ,prevention and symptomsc. Prevention of water bone diseases e.g. cholera.Educate our employees not to be stigmatized because of being infected,affected or disabled by the HIV Virus.At Electro Install Limited, customers and suppliers are handled with firmness andintegrity at all levels of the business relationship.Business at Electro Install Limited is conducted in a manner that will earn therespect and confidence for employees, customers and the community.
  6. 6. 6APPENDIX ONE - CODES OF PRACTICESAFETY RULES, POLICIES, AND PROCEDURESThe safety rules contained on these pages have been prepared to protect you inyour daily work. Employees are to follow these rules, review them often and usegood common sense in carrying out assigned duties.LIFTING PROCEDURES1. Plan the move before lifting; ensure that you have an unobstructed pathway.2. Test the weight of the load before lifting by pushing the load along its restingsurface.3. If the load is too heavy or bulky, use lifting and carrying aids such as handtrucks, dollies, pallet jacks and carts, or get assistance from a co-worker.4. If assistance is required to perform a lift, coordinate and communicate yourmovements with your co-worker.5. Position your feet 6 to 12 inches apart with one foot slightly in front of theother.6. Face the load.7. Bend at the knees, not at the back.8. Keep your back straight.9. Have a firm grip on the object using your hands and fingers. Use handleswhen they are present.10. Hold the object as close to your body as possible.11. While keeping the weight of the load in your legs, stand to an erect position.12. Perform lifting movements smoothly and gradually; do not jerk the load.13. If you must change direction while lifting or carrying the load, pivot your feetand turn your entire body. Do not twist at the waist.14. Set down objects in the same manner as you picked them up, except inreverse.15. Do not lift an object from the floor to a level above your waist in one motion.Set the load down on a table or bench and then adjust your grip before liftingit higher.16. Never lift anything if your hands are greasy or wet.17. Wear protective gloves when lifting objects that have sharp corners orjagged edges.18. Slide materials to the end of the tailgate before attempting to liftthem off of a pick-up truck. Do not lift over the wallsor tailgate of the truck bed.
  7. 7. 7HOUSEKEEPING1. Do not place materials such as boxes or trash in walkways andpassageways.2. Mop up water around drinking fountains, drink dispensing machines and icemachines.3. Do not store or leave items on stairways.4. Do not block or obstruct stairwells, exits or accesses to safety andemergency equipment such as fire extinguishers or fire alarms.5. Straighten or remove rugs and mats that do not lie flat on the floor.6. Return tools to their storage places after using them.7. Do not use gasoline for cleaning purposes.8. Use caution signs or cones to barricade slippery areas such as freshlymopped floors.HAZARDOUS MATERIALS1. Follow the instructions on the label and in the corresponding Material SafetyData Sheet (MSDS) for each chemical product you will be using in yourworkplace.2. Use personal protective clothing or equipment such as neoprene gloves,rubber boots, shoe covers, rubber aprons, and protective eyewear, whenusing chemicals labeled "Flammable," "Corrosive," "Caustic," or"Poisonous."3. Always use your chemical goggles and the face shield when handlingchemicals labeled "Corrosive" or "Caustic."4. Do not use protective clothing or equipment that has split seams, pin holes,cuts, tears, or other visible signs of damage.5. Each time you use your gloves, wash them before removing the gloves,using cold tap water and normal hand washing motion. Always wash yourhands after removing the gloves.6. Only dispense a liquid labeled "Flammable" from its bulk container located inareas posted "Flammable Liquid Storage."7. Before pouring, dispensing or transferring any liquid from a bulk containerlabeled "Flammable," observe the following safety procedure:• Only use the red color-coded, plastic or metal containers for transferringthe liquid.
  8. 8. 8• Electrically ground and bond the containers as follows:(a) Attach the clip at one end of the grounding wire to the rim of thedispensing container and then attach the clip at the other end of thegrounding wire to a ground source, such as a ground driven steel stake.(b) Attach the clip at one end of the bonding wire to the rim of the dispensingcontainer and then attach the clip at the other end of the bonding wire to therim of the receiving container.(c) You are now ready to dispense the liquid from the bulk container into theopened receiving container. Upon completion, replace the lid on thereceiving container and remove the bonding wire.8. Do not use chemicals from unlabeled containers or unmarked cylinders.9. Do not perform "hot work," such as welding, metal grinding or other sparkproducing operations, within 50 feet of containers labeled "Flammable" or"Combustible."10. Do not drag containers labeled "Flammable."11. Use the rubber cradle when transporting unpackaged, glass bottles ofchemicals.12. Do not store chemical containers labeled "Oxidizer" with containers labeled"Corrosive" or "Caustic."OFFICE PERSONNELOffice Safety1. Do not stand on furniture to reach high places.2. Do not kick objects out of your pathway; pick them up or push them out ofthe way.3. Do not jump from ladders or step stools.4. Do not block your view by carrying large or bulky items; use the dolly orhand truck or get assistance from a fellow employee.5. Do not throw matches, cigarettes or other smoking materials into trashbaskets.6. Do not tilt the chair you are sitting in on its back two legs.7. Use the ladder or step stool to retrieve or store items that are located aboveyour head.
  9. 9. 9Doors1. Close drawers and doors immediately after using them.2. Keep doors in hallways fully open or fully closed.3. Use the handle when closing doors.Files1. Open only one file cabinet drawer at a time. Close the filing cabinet draweryou are working in before opening another filing drawer in the same cabinet.2. Put heavy files in the bottom drawers of file cabinets.3. Use the handle when closing drawers and files.Sharps1. Store sharp objects, such as pens, pencils, letter openers or scissors indrawers or with the tips pointing down in a container.2. Carry pencils, scissors and other sharp objects with the tips pointing down.Paper Cutter/Shredder1. Position hands and fingers on the handle of the paper cutter before pressingdown on the blade.2. Keep the paper cutter handle in the closed or locked position when it is notbeing used.3. Do not use paper cutting devices if the finger guard is missing.4. Do not place your fingers in or near the feed of a paper shredder.Electrical1. Do not use frayed, cut or cracked electrical cords.2. Do not plug multiple electrical cords into a single outlet.3. Do not use extension or power cords that have the ground prong removed orbroken off.4. Use a cord cover or tape the cord down when running electrical cordsacross aisles, between desks or across entrances or exits.5. Turn the power switch to "Off" and unplug office machines before adjusting,lubricating or cleaning them.
  10. 10. 10Fans1. Do not use fans that have excessive vibration, frayed cords or missingguards.2. Do not place floor type fans in walkways, aisles or doorways.Stairs1. Use the handrails when ascending or descending stairs or ramps.2. Do not store or leave items on stairways or walkways.3. Do not run on stairs or take more than one step at a time.TRUCK AND OTHER VEHICLE DRIVERSDriving SafetyFueling Vehicles1. Turn the vehicle off before fueling it.2. Do not smoke while fueling a vehicle.3. Wash your hands with soap and water if you spill gasoline on your hands.Driving Rules1. Shut your door and fasten your seat belt before moving the vehicle.2. Obey all traffic laws and signals at all times.3. Maintain a three point contact using both hands and one foot or both feetand one hand when climbing into and out of vehicles.Vehicle/Trailer Safety1. Set the parking brake in the towing vehicle and use wheel blocks to chockthe wheels of the trailer before loading or unloading the trailer.2. Secure equipment and fuel tanks to the vehicle with chains or straps toeliminate or minimize shifting of the load.3. No one is permitted to ride in the trailer.4. Use ramps to load and unload motors or equipment from the trailer.5. Take slow, wide turns when towing trailers.6. Do not exceed the load capacity as posted on the trailer door of the trailer.7. Do not place all the heavy equipment on one side of the trailer.
  11. 11. 11ForkliftsPre-Use Inspection• Only forklift operators may operate the forklift.Do not use the forklift if any of the following conditions exist:1. The mast has broken or cracked weld-points.2. The roller tracks are not greased or the chains are not free to travel.3. The forks are unequally spaced or cracks exist along the blade or at theheels.4. Hydraulic fluid levels are low.5. The hydraulic lines and fittings have excessive wear or are crimped.6. Fluid is leaking from the lift or the tilt cylinders.7. The hardware on the cylinders is loose.8. The tires are excessively worn or split, or have missing tire material.9. Air filled tires are not filled to the operating pressure indicated on the tire.10. The batteries have cracks or holes, uncapped cells, frayed cables, brokencable insulation, loose connections or clogged vent caps.Starting the Forklift• Apply the foot brake and shift gears to neutral before turning the key.Forklift Safety Rules1. Do not use bare forks as a man-lift platform.2. Steer the forklift wide when making turns.3. Sound the forklift horn when approaching blind corners, doorways or aislesto alert other operators and pedestrians.Lifting1. Do not exceed the lift capacity of the forklift. Read the lift capacity plate onthe forklift if you are unsure.2. Follow the manufacturers guidelines concerning changes in the lift capacitybefore adding an attachment to a forklift.3. Lift the load an inch or two to test for stability; if the rear wheels are not infirm contact with the floor, take a lighter load or use a forklift that has ahigher lift capacity.
  12. 12. 124. Do not raise or lower a load while you are en route. Wait until you are in theloading area and have stopped before raising or lowering the load.5. After picking up a load, adjust the forks so that the load is tilted slightlybackward for added stability.Driving1. Obey all traffic rules and signs.2. Drive with the load at a ground clearance height of 4-6 inches at the tips and2 inches at the heels in order to clear most uneven surfaces and debris.3. Drive at a walking pace and apply the brakes slowly when driving on slipperysurfaces such as wet floors.4. Do not drive into an area with a ceiling height that is lower than the height ofthe mast or overhead guard.5. Do not drive up to anyone standing or working in front of a fixed object suchas a wall.6. Do not drive along the edge of an unguarded elevated surface such as aloading dock or staging platform.7. Do not exceed a safe working speed of five miles per hour. Slow down incongested areas when driving the forklift.8. Stay a minimum distance of three truck lengths from other operating mobileequipment.9. Drive in reverse and use a signal person when your vision is blocked by theload.10. Look in the direction that you are driving; proceed when you have a clearpath.11. Drive unloaded forklifts in reverse when going up a ramp and forward whengoing down a ramp.12. Drive a loaded forklift in a forward gear when going up a ramp. Uponapproaching the ramp, raise the forks an additional two inches to avoidhitting or scraping the ramp surface.13. Do not attempt to turn the forklift around on a ramp.14. Do not use a gear for the opposite direction of travel as a means to slowdown or stop the forklift.15. Lower the mast completely, turn the engine off and set the parking brakebefore leaving your forklift.
  13. 13. 13Loading Docks1. Keep the forklift clear of the dock edge while vehicles are backing up to thedock.2. Do not begin loading or unloading until the supply truck has come to acomplete stop, the engine has been turned off, the dock lock has beenengaged and the wheels have been chocked.3. Do not drive the forklift into the truck until the bridge or dock plate has beenattached.4. Do not drive the forklift onto a truck bed or into a trailer that has "soft" orloose decking or other unstable flooring.5. Drive straight across the bridge plates when entering or exiting the trailer.6. Use dock lights or headlights when working in a dark trailer.WAREHOUSE PERSONNELWarehouse Safety1. When stocking shelves by hand, position the materials to be shelved slightlyin front of you, so you do not have to twist when lifting and stackingmaterials.2. Visually inspect for sharp objects or other hazards before reaching intocontainers such as garbage cans, boxes, bags or sinks.3. Remove or bend nails and staples from crates before unpacking the crates.4. When cutting shrink wrap with a blade, always cut away from you and yourco-workers.5. Do not try to kick objects out of pathways. Push or carry them out of theway.6. Do not let items overhang from shelves into walkways.7. Move slowly when approaching blind corners.8. Place heavier loads on the lower or middle shelves.9. Remove one object at a time from shelves.10. Place items on shelves so that they lie flat and do not wobble.
  14. 14. 14MECHANICS AND MECHANICS ASSISTANTSHand Tool Safety1. Do not continue to work if your safety glasses become fogged. Stop workand clean the glasses until the lenses are clear and defogged.2. Carry all sharp tools in a sheath or holster. Hand Tool Safety3. Tag worn, damaged or defective tools "Out of Service" and do not use them.4. Do not use a tool if its handle has splinters, burrs, cracks, splits or if the headof the tool is loose.5. When handing a tool to another person, direct sharp points and cuttingedges away from yourself and the other person.6. When using knives or other cutting tools, cut in a direction away from yourbody.7. Do not carry sharp or pointed hand tools such as screwdrivers, scrapers, orscissors in your pocket unless the tool or your pocket is sheathed.8. Do not perform "makeshift" repairs to tools.9. Do not throw tools from one location to another, or from one employee toanother.10. Transport hand tools only in tool boxes or tool belts. Do not carry tools inyour clothing.Pliers1. Do not use pliers as a wrench or a hammer.2. Do not attempt to force pliers by using a hammer on them.3. Do not slip a pipe over the handles of pliers to increase leverage.4. When you are performing electrical work, use the pliers that have the bluerubber sleeves covering the handle; these pliers are insulated.5. Do not use pliers that are cracked, broken or sprung.6. When using the diagonal cutting pliers, shield the loose pieces of cutmaterial from flying into the air by using a cloth or your gloved hand.Saws1. Do not use an adjustable blade saw such as a hacksaw, keyhole saw orbow saw, if the blade is not taut.2. Do not use a saw that has dull saw blades.
  15. 15. 153. Oil saw blades after each use of the saw.4. Keep your hands and fingers away from the saw blade while you are usingthe saw.5. Do not carry a saw by the blade.6. When using the hand saw, hold the work piece firmly against the work table.Snips1. Wear your safety glasses or safety goggles when using snips to cutmaterials.2. Wear your work gloves when cutting materials with snips.3. Keep the blade aligned by tightening the nut and bolt on the snips.4. Do not use snips as a hammer, screwdriver or pry bar.5. Use the locking clip on the snips after you have finished using them.Files/Rasps1. Do not use a file as a pry bar, hammer, screwdriver or chisel.2. When using a file or a rasp, grasp the handle in one hand and the toe of thefile in the other.3. Do not hammer on a file.Hammers1. Do not strike objects with the "cheek" of the hammer.2. Do not strike a hardened steel surface, such as a cold chisel, with a clawhammer.3. Do not strike one hammer against another hammer.4. Do not use a hammer if your hands are oily, greasy or wet.5. Do not use a hammer as a wedge or a pry bar.6. Use only the sledge type hammer on a striking face wrench.Screwdrivers1. Always match the size and type of screwdriver blade to fit the head of thescrew.2. Do not hold the work piece against your body while using a screwdriver.3. Do not put your fingers near the blade of the screwdriver when tightening ascrew.
  16. 16. 164. Do not force a screwdriver by using a hammer or pliers on it.5. Do not use a screwdriver as a punch, chisel, or pry bar.6. When you are performing electrical work, use a screwdriver that is insulated.7. Do not use a screwdriver if your hands are wet, oily or greasy.8. Do not use a screwdriver to test the charge of a battery.9. When using the spiral ratchet screwdriver, push down firmly and slowly.Wrenches1. Do not use wrenches that are bent, cracked or badly chipped or that haveloose or broken handles.2. Do not slip a pipe over a single head wrench handle for increased leverage.3. Use a split box wrench on flare nuts.4. Do not use a wrench that has broken or battered points.5. Use a hammer only on a striking face wrenches.6. Discard any wrench that has spread, nicked or battered jaws or if the handleis bent.7. Use box or socket wrenches on hexagon nuts and bolts as a first choice,and open end wrenches as a second choice.Vices1. When clamping a long work piece in a vise, support the far end of the workpiece by using an adjustable pipe stand, saw horse or box.2. Position the work piece in the vise so that the entire face of the jaw supportsthe work piece.3. Do not use a vise that has worn or broken jaw inserts, or has cracks orfractures in the body of the vise.4. Do not slip a pipe over the handle of a vise to gain extra leverage.Clamps1. Do not use the C-clamp for hoisting materials.2. Do not use the C-clamp as a permanent fastening device.Tool Boxes/Chests/Cabinets1. Use the handle when opening and closing a drawer or door of a tool box,chest, or cabinet.2. Tape over or file off sharp edges on tool boxes, chests or cabinets.
  17. 17. 173. Do not stand on tool boxes, chests or cabinets to gain extra height.4. Lock the wheels on large tool boxes, chests or cabinets to prevent themfrom rolling.Tool Boxes/Chests/Cabinets5. Push large chests, cabinets and tool boxes; do not pull them.6. Do not open more than one drawer of a tool box at a time.7. Close and lock all drawers and doors before moving the tool chest to a newlocation.8. Do not use a tool box or chest as a workbench.9. Do not move a tool box, chest or cabinet if it has loose tools or parts on thetop.Air Gun• Do not point the air gun toward any part of your body or at anyone else.Air Chisel1. Use the air chisel that has been sharpened; do not use an air chisel that hasa dull cutting edge.2. Do not use air chisels that have "mushroomed" striking heads.3. Clamp small work pieces in the vise and chip towards the stationary jawwhen you are working with an air chisel.4. Use both hands to hold the air chisel when cutting wires.5. Keep your hands away from the air chisels bit when cutting.6. Do not start the air chisel until it is in contact with the equipment you areworking on.Hand-Held Heating Gun1. Wear welding gloves and safety glasses when using the hand-held heatgun.2. Do not use the hand-held heating gun at temperatures above 250 degreesCelsius.Hydro blast• Do not operate the hydro blast until the door on the hydro blast is closed.
  18. 18. 18Electrical Powered Tools1. Do not use power equipment or tools that you have not been trained to use.2. Keep power cords away from the path of saws, vacuum cleaners, floorpolishers, knives, grinders, and drill presses.3. Do not use cords that have splices, exposed wires, or cracked or frayedends.4. Do not carry plugged in equipment or tools with your finger on the switch.5. Do not carry equipment or tools by the cord.6. Disconnect the tool from the outlet by pulling on the plug, not the cord.7. Turn the tool off before plugging or unplugging it.8. Do not leave tools that are "On" unattended.9. Do not handle or operate electrical tools when your hands are wet or whenyou are standing on wet floors.10. Turn off the electrical tool and unplug it from the outlet before attemptingrepairs or service work. Tag the tool "Out of Service."11. Do not use extension cords or other three pronged power cords that have amissing prong.12. Do not remove the ground prong from electrical cords.13. Do not use an adapter such as a cheater plug that eliminates the ground.14. Do not plug multiple electrical cords into a single outlet.15. Do not run extension cords through doorways, through holes in ceilings,walls or floors.16. Do not drive over, drag, step on or place objects on a cord.17. Do not use portable power tools unless they have color-coded green bandstaped to the handles. These green labeled tools have ground Fault CircuitInterrupters incorporated into the plug end of the power cord. The use ofthese power tools is required when working in older buildings or temporarywork locations where the work environment is often damp and the availableelectrical outlets may not meet wiring standards.18. Do not use a power hand tool while wearing wet cotton gloves or wet leathergloves.19. Never operate electrical equipment barefooted. Wear rubber-soled orinsulated work boots.20. Do not operate a power hand tool or portable appliance while holding a partof the metal casing or while holding the extension cord in your hand. Holdall portable power tools by the plastic hand grips or other nonconductiveareas designed for gripping purposes.
  19. 19. 19Spray Painting Operations1. Perform all spray painting operations in the spray booth or spray room.2. Return containers of thinners, mineral spirits and other liquids labeled"Flammable" to the storage cabinet labeled "Flammable Storage," whenpainting is finished.3. Do not point the spray gun toward any part of your body or at anyone else.4. Turn the control switch to the "On" position to operate the mechanicalventilation system before and during all spraying operations.5. Wear respiratory protection that prevents the inhalation of mist when spraypainting.Portable Sand Blaster1. Wear gloves, aprons, a helmet with shoulder harness, safety glasses andhearing protection when sand blasting.2. Do not eat, drink, or use tobacco products while using the sand blaster.3. Do not point the sand blaster at bystanders or at yourself.Disc Grinder1. Do not use disc grinder that have chips, cracks or grooves in the disc.2. Do not use the disc grinder if the disc wobbles. Tag it "Out of Service".3. Do not try to stop the disc using your hand, even if you are wearing gloves.Winding Machine• When you are using the winding machine, stay out of the machinesoperating radius.Torches1. Obey all signs posted in the welding area.2. Do not leave oily rags, paper or other combustible materials in the welding,cutting or brazing area.3. Use the red hose for gas fuel and the green hose for oxygen.4. Do not use worn or cracked hoses.5. Do not use oil, grease or other lubricants on the regulator.
  20. 20. 206. "Blow Out" hoses before attaching the torch.7. "Blow Out" the cylinder valve before attaching or reattaching a hose to thecylinder.8. Do not use a cigarette lighter to ignite torches; use friction lighters only.9. Do not wear contact lenses when you are welding.10. When welding, wear welding gloves, a long sleeve shirt, long pants, awelding apron and the welding helmet that has filter plates and lenses.Compressed Gas CylindersStorage and Handling1. Do not handle oxygen cylinders if your gloves are greasy or oily.2. Store all compressed gas cylinders in the upright position.3. Place valve protection caps on compressed gas cylinders that are in storageor are not being used.4. Do not lift compressed gas cylinders by the valve protection cap.5. Do not store compressed gas cylinders in areas where they can come incontact with chemicals labeled "Corrosive."6. Do not place compressed gas cylinders against electrical panels or liveelectrical cords where the cylinder can become part of the circuit.Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders1. Do not use dented, cracked or other visibly damaged cylinders.2. Use only an open ended or adjustable wrench when connecting ordisconnecting regulators and fittings.3. Do not transport cylinders without first removing the regulators and replacingthe valve protection caps.4. Close the cylinder valve when work is finished, when the cylinder is empty orat any time the cylinder is moved.5. Do not store oxygen cylinders near fuel gas cylinders such as propane oracetylene, or near combustible material such as oil or grease.6. Stand to the side of the regulator when opening the valve.7. If a cylinder is leaking around a valve or a fuse plug, move it to an outsidearea away from where work is performed, and tag it to indicate the defect.8. Do not hoist or transport cylinders by means of magnets or choker slings.9. Do not use compressed gas to clean yourself, equipment or your work area.
  21. 21. 2110. Do not remove the valve wrench from acetylene cylinders while the cylinderis being used.11. Open cylinder valves slowly. Open the valves fully when the compressedgas cylinder is being used, in order to eliminate possible leakage around thecylinder valve stem.Tig Winding Analyzer• Do not touch the test clamps when the voltage control is turned on.Baked-Out Oven• Wear welding gloves when removing the hot motor from the baked-out oven.Steam Gun• Wear a full face shield and rubber gloves when operating a steam gun.Hoist1. Do not use load hooks that are cracked, bent or broken.2. Do not exceed the rated load capacity of the hoist as specified by themanufacturer.3. Do not perform any hoist refits or modifications without the manufacturersapproval.4. Do not hoist loads over people.Power Machine Operation (Drill Presses, Grinders, Band Saws, etc.)1. Wear the prescribed personal protective equipment such as goggles, dustmasks and hearing protection while operating grinders, lathes or sanders..2. Do not use powered machines such as grinders, saws, or drill pressesunless the machine is anchored to the floor or bench.3. Before turning on a machine, visually verify that other employees are clear ofthe machine. Visually inspect the machines safety guards and devices tomake sure they are in place and operational.4. Do not leave a machine "On" and unattended.5. Sweep up shavings from around machines such as drill presses, grinders, orsaws by using a broom and a dust pan. Do not use your hands to pick upshavings.
  22. 22. 22Drill Press• Do not use dull, cracked or bent drill bits.Grinder1. Do not use grinding wheels that have chips, cracks or grooves.2. Do not use the grinding wheel if it wobbles. Tag it "Out of Service."3. Do not try to stop the wheel using your hand, even if you are wearing gloves.To prevent your gloves from getting caught by the grinding wheel, hold thework-piece by using vice grip pliers, clamps, or a jig.4. Adjust the tongue guard so that it is no more than 1/8 inch from the grindingwheel.Band Saw1. Turn the power switch of the saw to "Off" before making measurements,adjustments or repairs.2. Keep your hands away from the exposed blade when the machine is "On."3. Operate the saw at full cutting speed, with a sharp blade, to preventkickbacks.4. If the saw becomes jammed, turn the power switch of the saw to "Off" beforepulling out the incomplete cut.5. Do not alter the anti-kickback device or blade guard.Powered Hack Saw1. Secure work with clamps or vises before starting to work. Do not hold workin your hand.2. Do not press down on the saw frame while it is in motion. This may causethe blade to break.Belt Sander1. Wear safety goggles when using belt sanders. Tilt head forward whenremoving goggles to prevent sawdust from falling into your eyes.2. Do not wear contact lenses when sanding.3. Do not touch the abrasive surface of the belt sander with your bare handswhen the belt sander is in operation.
  23. 23. 23Lathe1. Do not put your hands on the plate or chuck when the power is "ON."2. Visually inspect the tail stock and tool holder to ensure they are secured tothe lathe.3. Do not put tools on the lathe when it is in operation.4. Secure the stock before turning on the lathe.5. When removing a chuck, put a board under it or run a pipe through the stockhead. This will prevent your fingers from getting smashed.Surface Grinder1. Before starting the table in motion, secure the item to the table, and energizethe magnetic chuck.2. In order to prevent the wheel from becoming unbalanced, let the wheel runfor 2 to 3 minutes. This will rid the wheel of excess moisture that causes thewheel to be unbalanced.Vertical and Horizontal Mill1. Disengage the crank before applying power.2. When setting up or replacing cutters, visually verify that the motor hasstopped and the clutch is not engaged before placing the arbor wrench onthe nut.3. Do not attempt to stop a revolving arbor with your hands.4. Do not attempt to tighten the arbor nut by placing a wrench on the nut, thenbracing the wrench against the machine bed and starting the machine.5. Fasten the arbor, cutters, vise jaws, and fixtures before beginning work.6. After a milling cut is completed, back the vise jaws far enough away from therevolving cutters in order to remove the work piece.Power Metal Shears1. Follow all manufacturers recommended safety and operating procedures.2. Visually inspect the metal shear to ensure that safety guards and devicesare in place and operable.3. Keep fingers clear of hold-downs.4. Do not place hands under cutter when the motor is running.5. Do not start the metal shears until you and other employees’ hands andbodies are clear of the machine.
  24. 24. 246. Do not try to clear the metal shears of jams until the machine is lockout andtag out.Lockout/Tag out1. Do not remove a lock from equipment unless you placed it there.2. Attach your own lock or tag when you need to isolate an energy source.WINDER MACHINISTHoists1. Do not use load hooks that are cracked, bent or broken.2. Do not exceed the rated load capacity of the hoist as specified by themanufacturer.3. Do not perform any hoist refits or modifications without the manufacturersapproval.4. Do not hoist loads over people.Spray Painting Operations1. Perform all spray painting operations in the spray booth or spray room.2. Return containers of thinners, mineral spirits and other liquids labeled"Flammable" to the storage cabinet labeled "Flammable Storage," whenpainting is finished.3. Do not point the spray gun toward any part of your body or at anyone else.4. Turn the control switch to the "On" position to operate the mechanicalventilation system before and during all spraying operations.5. Wear respiratory protection that prevents the inhalation of mist when spraypainting.
  25. 25. 25WINDER MACHINISTHand Tool Safety1. Do not continue to work if your safety glasses become fogged. Stop workand clean the glasses until the lenses are clear and defogged.2. Carry all sharp tools in a sheath or holster.3. Tag worn, damaged or defective tools "Out of Service" and do not use them.4. Do not use a tool if its handle has splinters, burrs, cracks, splits or if the headof the tool is loose.5. When handing a tool to another person, direct sharp points and cuttingedges away from yourself and the other person.6. When using knives or other cutting tools, cut in a direction away from yourbody.7. Do not carry sharp or pointed hand tools such as screwdrivers, scrapers, orscissors in your pocket unless the tool or your pocket is sheathed.8. Do not perform "makeshift" repairs to tools.9. Do not throw tools from one location to another or from one employee toanother.10. Transport hand tools only in tool boxes or tool belts. Do not carry tools inyour clothing.Pliers1. Do not use pliers as a wrench or a hammer.2. Do not attempt to force pliers by using a hammer on them.3. Do not slip a pipe over the handles of pliers to increase leverage.4. When you are performing electrical work, use pliers that are insulated.5. Do not use pliers that are cracked, broken or sprung.7. When using the diagonal cutting pliers, shield the loose pieces of cutmaterial from flying into the air by using a cloth or your gloved hand.Saws1. Do not use an adjustable blade saw such as a hacksaw, keyhole saw orbow saw, if the blade is not taut.2. Do not use a saw that has a dull saw blade.3. Oil saw blades after each use of the saw.
  26. 26. 264. Keep your hands and fingers away from the saw blade while you are usingthe saw.5. Do not carry a saw by the blade.6. When using the hand saw, hold the work piece firmly against the work table.Snips1. Wear your safety glasses or safety goggles when using snips to cutmaterials.2. Wear your work gloves when cutting materials with snips.3. Keep the blade aligned by tightening the nut and bolt on the snips.4. Do not use snips as a hammer, screwdriver or pry bar.5. Use the locking clip on the snips after you have finished using them.Files/Rasps1. Do not use a file as a pry bar, hammer, screwdriver or chisel.2. When using a file or a rasp, grasp the handle in one hand and the toe of thefile in the other.3. Do not hammer on a file.Hammers1. Do not strike objects with the "cheek" of the hammer.2. Do not strike a hardened steel surface, such as a cold chisel, with a clawhammer.3. Do not strike one hammer against another hammer.4. Do not use a hammer if your hands are oily, greasy or wet.5. Do not use a hammer as a wedge or a pry bar.6. Use only the sledge type hammer on a striking face wrench.Screwdrivers1. Always match the size and type of screwdriver blade to fit the head of thescrew.2. Do not hold the work piece against your body while using a screwdriver.3. Do not put your fingers near the blade of the screwdriver when tightening ascrew.4. Do not force a screwdriver by using a hammer or pliers on it.
  27. 27. 275. Do not use a screwdriver as a punch, chisel, or pry bar.6. When you are performing electrical work, use the screwdriver that has theblue handle; this screwdriver is insulated.7. Do not use a screwdriver if your hands are wet, oily or greasy.8. Do not use a screwdriver to test the charge of a battery.9. When using the spiral ratchet screwdriver, push down firmly and slowly.Wrenches1. Do not use wrenches that are bent, cracked or badly chipped or that haveloose or broken handles.2. Do not slip a pipe over a single head wrench handle for increased leverage.3. Use a split box wrench on flare nuts.4. Do not use a wrench that has broken or battered points.5. Use a hammer on striking face wrenches.6. Discard any wrench that has spread, nicked or battered jaws or if the handleis bent.7. Use box or socket wrenches on hexagon nuts and bolts as a first choice,and open end wrenches as a second choice.Vices1. When clamping a long work piece in a vise, support the far end of the workpiece by using an adjustable pipe stand, saw horse or box.2. Position the work piece in the vise so that the entire face of the jaw supportsthe work piece.3. Do not use a vise that has worn or broken jaw inserts, or has cracks orfractures in the body of the vise.4. Do not slip a pipe over the handle of a vise to gain extra leverage.Clamps1. Do not use the C-clamp for hoisting materials.2. Do not use the C-clamp as a permanent fastening device.
  28. 28. 28Tool Boxes/Chests/Cabinets1. Use the handle when opening and closing a drawer or door of a tool box,chest, or cabinet.2. Tape over or file off sharp edges on tool boxes, chests or cabinets.3. Do not stand on tool boxes, chests or cabinets to gain extra height.4. Lock the wheels on large tool boxes, chests or cabinets to prevent themfrom rolling.5. Push large chests, cabinets and tool boxes; do not pull them.6. Do not open more than one drawer of a tool box at a time.7. Close and lock all drawers and doors before moving the tool chest to a newlocation.8. Do not use a tool box or chest as a workbench.9. Do not move a tool box, chest or cabinet if it has loose tools or parts on thetop.Electrical Powered Tools1. Do not use power equipment or tools on which you have not been trained.2. Keep power cords away from the path of saws, vacuum cleaners, floorpolishers, knives, grinders, and drill presses.3. Do not use cords that have splices, exposed wires, or cracked or frayedends.4. Do not carry plugged in equipment or tools with your finger on the switch.5. Do not carry equipment or tools by the cord.6. Disconnect the tool from the outlet by pulling on the plug, not the cord.7. Turn the tool off before plugging or unplugging it.8. Do not leave tools that are "On" unattended.9. Do not handle or operate electrical tools when your hands are wet or whenyou are standing on wet floors.10. Turn off the electrical tool and unplug it from the outlet before attemptingrepairs or service work. Tag the tool "Out of Service."11. Do not use extension cords or other three pronged power cords that have amissing prong.12. Do not remove the ground prong from electrical cords.13. Do not use an adapter such as a cheater plug that eliminates the ground.14. Do not plug multiple electrical cords into a single outlet.15. Do not run extension cords through doorways, through holes in ceilings,walls or floors.
  29. 29. 2916. Do not drive over, drag, step on or place objects on a cord.17. Do not use portable power tools unless they have color-coded green bandstaped to the handles. These green labeled tools have ground Fault CircuitInterrupters incorporated into the plug end of the power cord. The use ofthese power tools is required when working in older buildings or temporarywork locations where the work environment is often damp and the availableelectrical outlets may not meet our wiring standards.18. Do not use a power hand tool while wearing wet cotton gloves or wet leathergloves.19. Never operate electrical equipment barefooted. Wear rubber-soled orinsulated work boots.20. Do not operate a power hand tool or portable appliance while holding a partof the metal casing or while holding the extension cord in your hand. Holdall portable power tools by the plastic hand grips or other nonconductiveareas designed for gripping purposes.Welding/Cutting/Brazing1. Obey all signs posted in the welding area.2. Do not leave oily rags, paper or other combustible materials in the welding,cutting or brazing area.3. Use the red hose for gas fuel and the green hose for oxygen.4. Do not use worn or cracked hoses.5. Do not use oil, grease or other lubricants on the regulator.6. "Blow Out" hoses before attaching the torch.7. "Blow Out" the cylinder valve before attaching or reattaching a hose to thecylinder.8. Do not use a cigarette lighter to ignite torches; use friction lighters only.9. Do not wear contact lenses when you are welding.10. When welding, wear welding gloves, a long sleeve shirt, long pants, awelding apron and the welding helmet that has filter plates and lenses.11. Do not change electrodes using your bare hands; use the dry rubber gloves.12. "Bleed" oxygen and fuel lines at the end of the workshift.13. Use the welding cart that has a safety chain or cable when transportingcylinders used for welding.
  30. 30. 30Oxyacetylene Welding1. Do not use oxygen cylinders in areas where oils or any combustible liquidssuch as gasoline or motor fuel are present.2. Turn the valve on the torch clockwise to turn off the gas before putting downthe welding or cutting torch.3. Never allow pressure to remain in the hoses over night:A. Turn the valve knobs located at the base of the torch handle, clockwise,to close the valves.B. Turn the valve knobs on the oxygen and acetylene cylinders, clockwise,to close the valves on these cylinders.C. Reduce the pressure on the regulator diaphragms by pulling back on theT-handles, out from the regulator, until the T-handles turn easily; do notcompletely back the T-handles out from the regulator.D. Turn the valve knobs at the base of the torch, counterclockwise, to openthe valves; leave the valves open for only two seconds, then turn the valveknobs clockwise to close the valves again. If you do not observe a drop inpressure on the regulator gages, repeat steps a.-b.4. If the cylinder has been transported in a horizontal position, do not use it untilit has been stored upright for two hours.Portable Welding Equipment1. Do not perform welding tasks while wearing wet cotton gloves or wet leathergloves.2. Use the insulated work gloves when using welding equipment.3. Do not use the welding apparatus if the power cord is cut, frayed, split orotherwise visibly damaged or modified.4. When replacing power plugs and cords of the welding apparatus, alwayscheck to ensure that the ground wire is connected and the notches on thepower plug prongs are not worn off, allowing the plug to be insertedbackward.
  31. 31. 31Compressed Gas CylindersStorage and Handling1. Do not handle oxygen cylinders if your gloves are greasy or oily.2. Store all compressed gas cylinders in the upright position.3. Place valve protection caps on compressed gas cylinders that are in storageor are not being used.4. Do not lift compressed gas cylinders by the valve protection cap.5. Do not store compressed gas cylinders in areas where they can come incontact with chemicals labeled "Corrosive."6. Do not place compressed gas cylinders against electrical panels or liveelectrical cords where the cylinder can become part of the circuit.Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders1. Do not use dented, cracked or other visibly damaged cylinders.2. Use only an open ended or adjustable wrench when connecting ordisconnecting regulators and fittings.3. Do not transport cylinders without first removing the regulators and replacingthe valve protection caps.4. Close the cylinder valve when work is finished, when the cylinder is empty orat any time the cylinder is moved.5. Do not store oxygen cylinders near fuel gas cylinders such as propane oracetylene, or near combustible material such as oil or grease.6. Stand to the side of the regulator when opening the valve.7. If a cylinder is leaking around a valve or a fuse plug, move it to an outsidearea away from where work is performed, and tag it to indicate the defect.8. Do not hoist or transport cylinders by means of magnets or choker slings.9. Do not use compressed gas to clean yourself, equipment or your work area.10. Do not remove the valve wrench from acetylene cylinders while the cylinderis being used.11. Open cylinder valves slowly. Open the valves fully when the compressedgas cylinder is being used, in order to eliminate possible leakage around thecylinder valve stem.
  32. 32. 32Drill Press1. Do not use dull, cracked or bent drill bits.2. Sweep up shavings from around the drill presses by using a broom and adust pan. Do not use your hands to pick up shavings.3. Wear safety glasses when using the drill press.Disc Grinder1. Do not use disc grinder that have chips, cracks or grooves in the disc.2. Do not use the disc grinder if the disc wobbles. Tag it "Out of Service."3. Do not try to stop the disc using your hand, even if you are wearing gloves.
  33. 33. 33Appendix Two - Safety, Health & Environmental Checklistfor Sub Contractors.Company Name:ELECTRO INSTALL LIMITEDAddress:Mpelembe HouseSuite 509/510, 5th FloorBroadway RoadP. O. Box 70674NDOLATel: +260 212 650949Fax: +260 212 650949Contact Person:OSCAR KAUNDACell: +260 - 964-334 559The following information is required in terms of Legal RequirementsItem: (Please tick appropriate column) Yes NoHave you provided a copy of your and your sub-contractor(s)’, Safety, Healthand Environmental management plan?Are all legal requirements for you and you sub-contractors addressed in yourSHE plan?Have you provided a copy of your, and your sub-contractor(s)’, documentedhistory of the previous 5 (five) years’ work injury statistics and health records?Have you, and your sub-contractors(s), drawn up a clear statement indicatingsafety policies and responsibilities signed by the respective CEO’s?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have well controlled Workman’s’Compensation Cost records?
  34. 34. 34Do you and your sub-contractor, have good record of and display a clearcommitment to complying with Statutory Authority legislation?Is your Senior Management, as well as that of your sub-contractor(s), committedto your Safety, Health and Environmental plan?Has a Safety Plan for this particular Work been drawn up by yourselves andyour sub-contractor(s)?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have appropriate techniques for assessingrisk factors and implementing changes, in place?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have satisfactory safety, health andenvironmental Advice Resources?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have an up-to-date safety, health andenvironmental Procedures Manual?Have your Supervisors, and those of your sub-contractor(s), been trained insafety, health and environment procedures?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), conduct formal safety, health andenvironment inspections on a regular basis?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have in place a procedure for recording,reporting, investigating and following up on all incidents?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have an effective means of analyzing trendsand keeping management informed on safety, health and environmentperformance?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have an effective and appropriate means ofpromoting safety, health and environment?Have your employees, and those of your sub-contractor(s), received inductionand standard work procedures training?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have a program in place for themaintenance of plant, and safety equipment?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have a Health surveillance Programme(health Policy)?Do you, and your sub-contractor(s), have an Occupational Hygiene Program?Are you prepared to let your supervisors & key SHE staff attend the permitcourses, duration 1 (one) day?
  35. 35. 35Further to the environmental issues stipulated in the attached “site Requirement for Contractors” ,your supporting documentation shall have pertinent reference to the following:Compliance to requirements regarding the training of personnel in the handling of HazardousWaste as stipulated by the Environmental Council of Zambia.How do you plan to get rid of waste?What preventive measures do you have in place to prevent earth, air and water pollution such asthat caused by machinery and equipment leaking oil o smoking excessively?Should machinery and equipment cause pollution, such as leaking oil, how do you plan to cleanup the environment and what measures will be taken to prevent future occurrences?How do you plan to get rid of contaminated PPE such as gloves, overalls, oily rags, etc.?

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