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Staff   safety hand book
FOREWORD
Accidents to human beings can cause pain and sufferings to the persons involved and their
family members. No amount of consolation or money can compensate this.
Hence AMANA firmly believe that all situations which can cause accidents should be identified
and corrected without fail. It is also a basic necessity of all employees to comply with applicable
legal and contractual Health & Safety requirements. I have complete confidence in all our
employees that they will respect their individual responsibility to work safely in such a way not
to injure themselves, others or damage our /third party properties or harm environment.
This Training comes to you in the process of assisting to fulfill your obligation with the company
to work safely. I take this opportunity to reiterate the management commitment to the Health &
Safety of all employees and their family members and our management doesn’t allow us to
compromise Health & Safety precautions to be followed in any circumstance.
With best wishes for a prosperous and safe work life. …….
IMPLEMENTING SAFETY IS PAINFUL, BUT ITS OUTCOME IS ALWAYS FRUITFUL
1. Introduction
2. HSE Policy Statement
3. Our HSE Vision
4. Why we have to follow safety?
5. Health & Safety Consultation
6. Duties & Responsibilities.
7. Definitions
8. HSE Induction
9. Personal Behavior and Conduct
10. Safety Signs.
11. Personal Protective Equipment
12. Site access & Security
CONTENTS
13. Site Traffic Rules
14. Housekeeping
15. Safe System of Work
16. PTW System
17. First Aid and welfare
18. Fire Fighting & Prevention
19. Ladders
20. Scaffolding
21. Mobile Scaffolds
22. Electrical Safety
23. Plant and machineries
24. Cranes & Lifting Equipment
25. Fall Protection while Steel Structure / Roof
work
26. Fall Arrest system
27. Manual Handling
AMANA is totally committed to a policy of prevention, elimination and reduction of all undesired events that
could or do result in loss and to protect the interest of the company and our clients at all times.
To achieve this aim, AMANA has embarked on a risk management and safety program which will encompass
all sections and areas of our operation.
The specific objectives of Health & Safety program are,
• To place paramount emphasis on the prevention of accidents to person.
• Prompt accident notification, investigation and reporting
• The establishment and maintenance of safe, healthy and productive working environment.
• Protection of property, equipment and materials from downgrading incidents.
Everyone has a personal responsibility to help in preventing injury and ill health. It is vital that
all employees commit themselves to the attainment of these objectives by ensuring that every
task is done safely and in accordance with project specific Health & Safety requirements,
standards and legal requirements.
KNOW THE SAFETY RULES - DO NOT LEARN THEM BY INCIDENT
1. Introduction
2. Health, Safety & Environment Policy Statements
HSE
Policy
2. Health, Safety & Environment Policy Statements
HSE
Policy
1. All accidents, illnesses, property damage and pollution are
avoidable and are to be prevented
2. No job is so urgent or demanding that it can not be done safely
3. Adhering to HSE rules is a condition of employment
4. Setting examples through our behaviour
5. Nobody Gets Killed, Nobody Gets Seriously Injured
6. No High Risk Incidents
7. No harm to Environment
3. Our Health, Safety & Environment Vision
Every person returns home safely
to his family at the end of the
day / Service.
It is important to follow Health & Safety rules because
Someone is waiting for you at home.
We don’t want you to suffer the pain.
To protect the fellow employees working with you.
4. Why we have to follow Health & Safety Rules?
It is the requirement of the law of this land.
Keeping this is mind we want everyone of to follow the
safety standards on the job and off the job, wishing you a
fruitful and rewarding carrier in AMANA.
Your involvement and cooperation is highly anticipated for
creating and maintaining a safe and healthy working
environment.
• As safety is everybody responsibilities so the everybody
cooperation is required to achieve our Health & Safety
goal.
• Every site will have one or more methods in place for
site employees to raise safety, health and environmental
issues.
• However, you are free to speak and discuss to any
member of the site management on these matters.
• Also, Encourage your fellow employees for reporting
unsafe conditions / unsafe behaviors to the Safety
Department.
5. Health & Safety Consultation
Employer’s duties
• To provide safe workplaces for all employees, including access to and from those
places, adequate welfare facilities etc.
• To provide safety systems of work and ensure that employees are well informed.
• To provide safe plant and equipment.
• To consult employees and action any points that are raised if reasonable practical.
• Provide suitable personal protection equipment to Employees.
• Ensure that employees are given suitable training and the supervision required.
Your Responsibilities : You have a duty
• To follow correct instructions and work safely. ; To take care of yourself and others.
• Never interfere with safety equipment.
• Report problems and unsafe situations to your immediate supervisors or safety
Department.
• You must report all incidents / accidents to your immediate supervisors or safety
department.
• Wear PPEs and keep them in good conditions.
6. Duties & Responsibilities
• Safety: Freedom from unacceptable risk of harm.
• Occupational Health and Safety: The conditions and factors that affect the well being of employees,
temporary workers, contractor personnel, visitors and any other person in the workplace
• Environment: The conditions that you live or work in and the way they influence you (including your
feeling)
• Hazard: Something with the potential to cause harm (e.g.; a source, a substance, a part of a machine, a
method of work, a form of energy, or a situation)
• Harm: Includes death, injury, physical or mental ill health, damage to property or the environment, loss of
production or any combination of these.
• Incident: An unplanned and undesired work related event in which harm occurred or could have occurred.
• Accident: An accident is an incident, which has given rise to injury, ill health or fatality.
• Nearmiss / Near-hit / Dangerous Occurrence: an incident where no harms occurred
• Risk: A measure of the likelihood that the harm from a particular hazard will occur, taking into account the
possible severity of the harm Risk is expressed as: Severity of Hazard × Likelihood of Occurrence = Risk
• And the results are expressed in term of quantity such as high risk, medium risk and low risk.
• Danger: A state in which there is exposure to a hazard; the opposite of safety (often used in terms such as
dangerous condition, danger area, danger zone, etc.)
• Safe: A state in which exposure to hazards has been adequately controlled; the opposite of dangerous (safe
plant, safe system of work, etc.).
7. Definitions
All the employees to receive a detailed Health, Safety and
Environment induction training which includes site safety
rules, site specific hazards, emergency procedures and
key contacts.
If Someone you Know, did not get induction, ASK
for this now. As Safety Induction training is a legal
requirement.
You should have your ID Card or other relevant training cards
ready for inspection and verification.
An induction sticker will be issued to you after induction
training. Save this Sticker from any damage.
These stickers are mandatory to maintain in safety
helmet, indicating the you are given HSE induction
and hence you are permitted to enter the project.
8. HSE Induction
1. Tampering with safety equipment is forbidden;
2. Abusive or aggressive behavior is not permitted;
3.Causing damage on purpose or misuse of facilities
on the job site is forbidden;
4. Eating and resting outside designated areas is
strictly prohibited;
5. Operating machineries without authorization;
6. Entering prohibited areas.
7. Never Replace Fire Cylinders
8. Never Cut / Damage Safety Harness
9. Compliance with security procedures is mandatory.
9. Personal Behavior and Conduct
Safety signs are useful tools to help
protect Health & safety of us and
workplace visitors.
Therefore, meaning and purpose of signs
to be understood and complied with.
Everyone should abide by the safety signs
displayed.
Mandatory Signs
Warning Signs
Prohibition Signs
Safe Signs
Remind us where
PPEs must be used,
Indicates mandatory
actions
Draw attention to
health and safety
hazards – Point out
hazards that may not
be obvious
Indicates where
certain actions are
prohibited
Provide general
information and
direction. Shows the
location of emergency
equipments
10. Safety Signs
Personal protective equipment is a safeguard against job hazards. It provides
protection by minimizing and/or eliminating exposure to hazards in the work
area. When used as intended along with other preventative measures, PPE
minimizes or eliminates risks to employees.
1. Safety Helmet and Safety Shoes are Mandatory PPE
2. Other PPE shall be used as per the hazards present in your work area
– Safety glasses / Face shields – Flying particles
– Hand Gloves – Protection from sharp objects and chemicals
– Ear muffs/ plugs – Protection against hearing loss
– Dust Mask / Escape Mask – Dust, Mist, Gas Hazards
– Harness – Protection from falling
Remember! PPE is the last line of defense before “contact.”, hence should
not be considered as first option for protection
DOs
- Inspection, cleaning and maintenance of your PPEs.
- Receive Sufficient training on usage of PPEs
- Wear the correct PPEs as per the hazard present
- Check your PPEs before use.
Don’ts
- Never use incorrect PPEs
- Never abuse the PPEs.
11. Personal Protective Equipment
MANDATORY “PPE” AT SITE.
• Wear your safety helmet and Safety Shoes at
all times while working on the site as it is
mandatory.
• Helmet must be worn as intended, i.e., bill
facing forward.
• Helmet must be worn with chin stripes.
• Avoid marking or altering the helmet.
• If damaged or cracked, have it replaced
immediately.
11. Personal Protective Equipment
A competent security can protect property from loss by
theft, fraud, fire and other form of damage.
All security-men are trained to fight the fire and they
should know about the location of fire extinguishers and
evacuation route.
They have the right to frisk all employees, vehicles and
equipment entering and leaving the site.
Consumption of Alcohol inside the camps and site
premises are strictly prohibited. It is security staff’s duty
to carry out random inspection to enforce the drugs and
alcohol policy.
DOs
-Only enter through security gate.
-Carry your ID Card at all times while at site
-Show your valid ID Card to Security when requested
-Report your Lost ID Card Don’ts
-Don’t use others ID.
-Don’t enter site without mandatory PPE
-Don’t enter the site under the influence of ALCOHOL
12. Site Access & Security
SPEED LIMIT must be fixed as per the site requirements.
TRAFFIC HAZARDS:
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS CLAIMS SEVERAL LIVES
 No reverse policy at site (Making Round about / U Turn)
 No overtake
 Camel Hump – Speed Breaker
 Drive defensively
 Not using mobile phone while driving
 Usage of Seat belts for driver as well as passenger
 Never ride on construction vehicle (JCB, FLT, bobcat etc)
 Following Local Traffic Rules Strictly
 Care other road users while driving
Other Traffic rules must be complied with.
Over speeding, Unskilled drivers, Collision,
Not following traffic rules etc
13. Site Traffic Rules
Rules To be adopted to maintain Good Housekeeping
1. Removal of generated debris from the area should be included in the activity itself.
2. Depute a dedicated team for housekeeping for common areas.
3. Never divert Housekeeping team for other works, provide a distinct uniform to each
housekeeper.
4. The working groups should clean there respective area at the end of the work.
Poor house keeping is a major cause of slips, trips and falls.
A tidy site and workplace means:
• You can get to your place of work more easily and quickly.
• You can work efficiently
• You can find your tools and materials easily
DOs
- Tidy up and create spaces as you go.
- Keep stairs and fire routes clear.
- Route hoses and Power leads away from the walkways.
- Remove scrap and waste to designated bins
- Stack materials adequately
- Maintain food / chemical bins.
Don’ts
- Clutter up access ways.
- Keep materials across walkways.
- Store material in unauthorized areas.
- Leave protruding nails in timber.
14. Housekeeping
On all our sites there is HSE Plan, which sets out the procedures we use to
safeguard the health and safety of everyone on site.
It includes basic site rules that exists for protection of you and your fellow
employees.
Health & Safety Rules
You are legally required to comply with the sites safety rules. In, return, we will ensure
you are kept informed and briefed on agreed safe system of work. Specific circumstances,
for example working on railways, may require special rules and procedures.
Method statements & Risk Assessments
Most work that you carry out will be covered by a method statement & Risk Assessment.
This will clearly describes how the job is to be carried out, who supervises it and what
special precautions have to be taken, including the PPE you need to wear.
Before commencement of job ASK concern dept. for method statement and risk
assessment for the job.
Communicate the safety control measures among your workers and ensure all safety
requirements are fulfilled before and during the activities.
What is Risk Assessment : The process of analyzing the level of risk, considering
those in danger, and evaluating whether hazards are adequately controlled, taking into
account any measures already in place.
15. Safe System of Work
For the activities having larger amount of risk and requires
considerable amount of expertise and supervision, specific permits
are required before work can commence. PTW includes:
1. PTW – Confined space entry ; 2. PTW – Excavation
3. PTW – Electrical Isolation ; 4. PTW – Hot Work
5. PTW - Live Plant Room; 6. PTW – Roof Work
7. PTW – Lifting Work
These PTW confirms the checks haves been done and additional
required precautions has been taken.
Permit Issuer: One who is authorized to issue PTW, PTW Issuer must
attend the required safety trainings and approved by Project Manager.
Project / Site Engineer can be a PTW Issuer.
Permit Receiver: One who is authorized to receive PTW, PTW
Receiver must attend the required safety trainings and approved by
Project Manager. Foreman / Workers can be a PTW Receiver.
Communicate the safety control measures among your workers and ensure all safety
requirements are fulfilled before and during the activities.
PTW
•------
•------
What is PTW : An authorizing document approved by competent person, specifying the required precautions
and conditions under which potentially hazardous or interacting activities can take place and the allowed duration
of the activity
HOT WORKConfined Space
ExcavationHazardous Energy
16. PTW (Permit To Work) System
We provide decent welfare facilities on site, camps and office but
your help is warranted to maintain them.
If services ever run out or thinks get damaged , report the
administration or someone can put it right.
Canteen:
• Always wash your hands before eating.
• Put your wrappers and waste in the bins provided.
• Only smoke at designated areas for the comfort of others and to avoid FIRE.
Toilets:
• Never flush the paper towel down the toilets
• Please respect the facilities provided to you
• Keep the toilets clean
First Aid
• Know the appointed First Aid Providers
• Report all first case to your first aid providers
• Make sure that any accident is entered in the site accident book
Display the First aid providers names and contacts at conspicuous places. ; Maintain
required First Aid kits and equipments at the office, site , camps. ; Emergency cases will
be transferred to Govt. Hospital for treatment. ; Maintain all the welfare facilities in
sanitary condition.
17. First Aid & Welfare
FIRE is a big hazard at construction site, office and camp, it kills
and injuries people, destroys property and may seriously disrupt
production and the construction process.
Hot Work, Careless Smoking, Electrical Sparks, Poor Housekeeping
are the major cause of FIRE.
You should take Practical prevention measures to avoid FIRE
A composition of Fuel, oxygen and
heat is set out as Fire
DOs
- Follow hot work permits for welding, heating or burning.
- Keep fire extinguishers close to your hot work.
- Smoke at designated areas only
- Store flammable liquids, thinner, diesel etc in proper container
-Store gases and liquids separately. Separate Oxygen from LPG
and Acetylene Gas
-Familiarize yourself with the different types of extinguishers.
- Report a discharged or missing fire extinguisher.
- Maintain good housekeeping Don’ts
- Don’t overload the electrical appliances
- Don’t leave a burning flame unattended
18. Fire Fighting & Prevention
Know How to use Fire Extinguishers – Remember P A S S
DOs
-Extinguish fire only if you are trained and it is
safe to do so
-If your cloths got FIRE – Stop, Drop and roll
-Know department emergency procedures
- Know locations, alarm systems, emergency
escape routes and Assembly points
-keep fire exits free from obstruction.
Don’ts
- Do not interfere with fire extinguishers
- Do not use water on electrical FIRE
- Do not block or cover fire fighting
appliances
- Do not lock exits. Do not replace the fire
exit sign, fire points.
Know FIRE Emergency Response - R A C E
R – “Rescue” any person/s in
immediate danger (only if safe to do
so)
A – “Alarm” Raise the alarm & follow
emergency procedure
C – “Contain” Close doors / windows
to contain the FIRE
E – “Extinguish” attempt to
extinguish the fire
18. Fire Fighting and Prevention
18. Fire Fighting and Prevention
You should use ladders as a means of access and for short
period of work.
The angle - between 65 – 750 to the horizontal (1 : 4) ‘four
up, one down’
Ladder to extend at least 1 m ( 3 ft) above the step-off point.
It should always be tied at the level of the platform.
It should be firm & fitted with a non-slippery foot hold.
No rung should be missing.
Rungs shall be clear of oil / grease etc.,
What makes a good ladder:-
DOs
- Check for damage before usage.
- Make sure it’s on solid base / footing
- Avoid working off a ladder for long time
- Secure the top & bottom of ladder when using it as access of a platform or scaffold.
- Make sure that only one person at a time is on the ladder.
Don’ts
- Don’t use unsecured / Damaged ladder
- Don’t carry materials in your hand while using ladders
-Don’t make platforms out of ladders
19. Ladders
Many falls occur while ascending to / or descending from the
ladder
Maintain three point contacts
two hands & one foot or two
feet & one hand.
Face the ladder when
ascending or
descending.
Safe Method for getting on / off ladder
Clean muddy or slippery
footwear, check the
rung for slippery surface
Don't use makeshift
ladder.
Don’t use metal
ladder near energized
electrical equipments
Don’t stretch or
reach beyond the
side rails of ladder.
Never stand any higher
than the third step from
the top of a ladder.
19. Ladders
An elevated temporary work platform is known as scaffolding.
Scaffolding is provided to you for safe working platform.
It must be erected, modified and dismantled by authorized scaffolders only.
It must be erected on firm ground available with sole plate and base plate.
Safe access and egress must be provided.
Scaffold platform must be fully planked and should provide a passage for
people of at least 600mm in width.
Scaffolding must be suitably tied with the structure
All platforms must be provided with guard rails, and toeboard
Bracing shall be provided
Implement Scafftag to identify safe & unsafe scaffolding
What makes a Safe Scaffolding:-
Competent person should formally inspect
scaffolding after initial erection, after
significant alteration, after any destabilizing
event, and at least once 7 days
SAFE UNSAFE
20. Scaffolding
20. Scaffolding
DOs
-Report any scaffolding faults (missing guard
rails, loose ladder, broken board) to your
supervisor.
-Only use ladder to go another level
-Maintain good housekeeping
- follow the scafftag system strictly
Don’ts
- Don’t use incomplete or unsafe scaffolding
- Don’t overload the scaffold platform
-Don’t tamper or modify any scaffolds for
any reason.
-Don’t leave debris and materials on scaffold
platforms
-Don't drop and throw material
Level Ground
and
correct footing.
Don’t use
scaffold without
proper tag.
Platform must have
hand rails and toe
boards
Only authorized
scaffolders to erect /
dismantle or alter
scaffold.
20. Scaffolding
Mobile scaffolds are hazardous. Safe erection procedure and extra precautions shall
be taken to avoid any incident.
It must be erected, modified and dismantled by authorized scaffolders only.
The height of the mobile tower shall not exceed 4 times the smallest base
width of the scaffold.
Use outriggers in accordance with manufacturer
It shall be used only on firm, level, clean surfaces.
It shall be moved on leveled surfaces only by pushing or pulling or both.
Provide internal ladder with trap door.
For Rolling the scaffold:
1. Make sure that the path is clear, no material/person on the platform. Then
unlock the wheels to push the scaffold
2. Apply the force no more than five feet above the ground.
3. Re-Lock the wheels when move ends / scaffold is stationary
What makes a Safe Mobile Scaffolding:-
Scaffold casters and wheels shall be locked with positive wheel locks
before any one is allowed to work on the platform. These casters shall be
capable of supporting the safe working load of the scaffold.
21. Mobile Scaffold
21. Mobile Scaffold
DOs
- Maintain good housekeeping to avoid any
obstruction while rolling the scaffolds
-Only climb up the inside of mobile scaffold
-Close the trap door after each use
-Check the scafftag before use
Don’ts
- Don’t use incomplete or unsafe
mobile scaffold.
- Don’t stay on top, while rolling
tower is being moved
-Don’t use scaffold without
proper tag.
-Don’t lift scaffold towers
unless they have been
specifically designed for this
purpose
Don’t
cause
materials
to fall.
Don't
use the
frame
to gain
access
Don’t
overload
the
scaffold
platform
Never move
the Tower
with any
person or
material on
it.
21. Mobile Scaffold
DOs
-Manage the cable routing to avoid trip
-Always use right type of sockets and plugs
-Use ELCB of 30 mA
-Ensure the proper earthing
-Engage competent electrician
-Inspect power tools , DBs and ELCBs
-Follow Lock Out / Tag Out Procedure
Don’ts
- Don’t use damaged electrical cables
- Don’t overload the Circuit
-Never alter a plug.
The hazard of electricity includes Burn, Shock, Arc, FIRE
and Electrocution.
The dangers are particularly increased where electrical
equipment is used to adverse conditions, on site in wet or
damp areas for instance, or where voltage is more lethal.
UNSAFE CONDITIONS such as damaged cables, poor
cable routing, overloading, improper ELCBs, incompetent
workers, unauthorized repair, working in wet areas,
improper sockets, unsafe operation of power tool can leads
to serious accident which may resulted into DEATH.
22. Electrical Safety
DOs
- Ensure the required documents Driving license, vehicle
registration card, Test Certificates, operator competency
certificate etc
-Operator to wear required PPEs.
-Ensure that all moving parts are adequately guarded.
-Ensure the reverse alarm, hazard light, mirrors etc
-Follow the speed limits and reversing rules
-Keep yourself away from running plant
-Ensure separate routes for pedestrian
Don’ts
- Don’t leave engine running; Don’t leave keys in unattended plants
-Don’t attempt to repair the plant if you are not authorized.
-Don’t smoke while fueling the plant. ; Don’t ride on plant
Prior to arrival of the plants the plant supplier to be sent a
list of safety required to complied with before sending the
plant at site.
When plant arrives at site it must be thoroughly inspected
and approve d for the work.
23. Plant and machineries
The Hazard of Electricity includes Overturn of Crane,
Collision with structure, Overhead Electrical Hazards,
Load fail, Material damage, Personal injury etc
Causes of Crane Failure
1. Untrained Operator & Signalmen
2. Poor condition of Cranes and lifting tools
3. Not following manufacturer instructions
4. Not following Load Limit – SWL
5. Overloading - Placing crane on uneven surface.
6. Poor communication between crane operator and signalmen
7. Improper slinging
8. Coming under suspended load
9. Swinging of loads – non use of tagline
10. Dragging / Pulling loads using crane
11. Not maintaining regular maintenance and inspection
schedule
12. Working in adverse weather condition – High wind speed
The cranes are widely used in construction industries
for material handling – lifting & shifting
24. Lifting and Rigging
Prevention
1. Comply with the manufacturer's specifications
2. Follow safe work load – load capacity, angle according to
load chart
3. Valid 3rd party certification for all lifting tools – Crane,
Slings, Shackles etc
4. Trained crane operator and dedicated signalmen for each
crane
5. Hand signals those prescribed by ANSI standard for the
type of crane in use.
6. Competent person inspect all machinery and equipment:
 prior to each use,
 and during use,
7. Must be uniformly leveled and located on firm footing.
8. Riggers should check load, centre of gravity, use correct
slings, softeners where necessary
9. Respect the weather condition – Wind speed
Only one man should give signal. If hand signal is
not visible to operator Walkie talkie can be used.
24. Lifting and Rigging
24. Lifting and Rigging
Use tagline to
control the loads
Stay away from slings
when they are being
pulled out
Know the Sling Capacity -
SWL
Do not stand under
suspended load
24. Lifting and Rigging
Additional Hazards - Fall of structure, Crush in
between two steel members, Complex to provide fall
protection
1. Secured steel members; 2. Fixed / Rolling scaffolds or MEWP
(Mobile Elevated Platform) such cherry picker, Scissor lift to be
used.
3. Provision of Safe access and egress; 4. Provision of life line for
anchoring harness; 5. Use of Safety harness with anchorage
6. Safety Nets; 7. Edge protection after sheeting work
Fragile area, slopes are additional
hazards, while working at roof (height).
1. Means of access, roof ladders
2. Provision of lifelines at work area
3. Use of Safety harness with anchorage
4. Safety Nets
5. Edge protection / Warnings
6. Closed / Guarded openings – Skylights, Vents
etc
More workers fall to their deaths from, or through, roofs.
25. Fall Protection while Steel Structure / Roof work
PFAS – Safety Harness, Self retractors etc
CFAS – Safety Net , Fans , Air bags, Edge
protection system
PFAS: means a system used to arrest an
employee in a fall from a working level.
It consists: an anchorage, connectors, Dee
Ring, a body belt or body harness and may include
a lanyard, deceleration device, lifeline, or suitable
combinations of these.
Connector Dee Ring Harness Lanyard Self retractor –
Deceleration
Device
Grab system –
Vertical lifeline
26. Fall Arrest System
Effective January 1, 1998, body belts were prohibited as a fall arrest device.
What all do we consider before using PFAS?
 Free-Fall Distance
 Total Fall Distance
 Anchorage Point Strength and Location
Therefore,
a. Anchor the harness above your shoulder height
with a strong anchor point which can sustain your
weight.
b. Provision of suitable anchorage points
c. Training on how to use PFAS
The anchor point must be
able to support at least 5000
pounds.
26. Fall Arrest System
The hazard of Manual handling includes Low back
pain, Hand injuries, Slip & Trip etc
Causes
1. Improper lifting
2. Twist & Jerk
3. Overweight of loads
4. Bulky loads
5. Insufficient Environment – Lighting, Floors,
Steps, Access
6. Awkward position
Back Injuries are the 2nd-most common workplace problem
Prevention Carrying the load
1. Hold the load close so you can see over it.
2. Keep the load balanced.
3. Avoid twisting the body
4. Watch out for pinch points -- doorways, etc.
5. Face the way you will be moving.
27. Manual Handling
CONCLUSION
Let us analyze the hazards in your
respective construction sites and take
necessary preventive HSE measures to
have a healthy, safe & pollution free
Project.
“Start Safe – Stay Safe”
TOGETHER – WE WILL MAKE A SAFE & HEALTHY TOMORROW

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Staff safety hand book

  • 2. FOREWORD Accidents to human beings can cause pain and sufferings to the persons involved and their family members. No amount of consolation or money can compensate this. Hence AMANA firmly believe that all situations which can cause accidents should be identified and corrected without fail. It is also a basic necessity of all employees to comply with applicable legal and contractual Health & Safety requirements. I have complete confidence in all our employees that they will respect their individual responsibility to work safely in such a way not to injure themselves, others or damage our /third party properties or harm environment. This Training comes to you in the process of assisting to fulfill your obligation with the company to work safely. I take this opportunity to reiterate the management commitment to the Health & Safety of all employees and their family members and our management doesn’t allow us to compromise Health & Safety precautions to be followed in any circumstance. With best wishes for a prosperous and safe work life. ……. IMPLEMENTING SAFETY IS PAINFUL, BUT ITS OUTCOME IS ALWAYS FRUITFUL
  • 3. 1. Introduction 2. HSE Policy Statement 3. Our HSE Vision 4. Why we have to follow safety? 5. Health & Safety Consultation 6. Duties & Responsibilities. 7. Definitions 8. HSE Induction 9. Personal Behavior and Conduct 10. Safety Signs. 11. Personal Protective Equipment 12. Site access & Security CONTENTS 13. Site Traffic Rules 14. Housekeeping 15. Safe System of Work 16. PTW System 17. First Aid and welfare 18. Fire Fighting & Prevention 19. Ladders 20. Scaffolding 21. Mobile Scaffolds 22. Electrical Safety 23. Plant and machineries 24. Cranes & Lifting Equipment 25. Fall Protection while Steel Structure / Roof work 26. Fall Arrest system 27. Manual Handling
  • 4. AMANA is totally committed to a policy of prevention, elimination and reduction of all undesired events that could or do result in loss and to protect the interest of the company and our clients at all times. To achieve this aim, AMANA has embarked on a risk management and safety program which will encompass all sections and areas of our operation. The specific objectives of Health & Safety program are, • To place paramount emphasis on the prevention of accidents to person. • Prompt accident notification, investigation and reporting • The establishment and maintenance of safe, healthy and productive working environment. • Protection of property, equipment and materials from downgrading incidents. Everyone has a personal responsibility to help in preventing injury and ill health. It is vital that all employees commit themselves to the attainment of these objectives by ensuring that every task is done safely and in accordance with project specific Health & Safety requirements, standards and legal requirements. KNOW THE SAFETY RULES - DO NOT LEARN THEM BY INCIDENT 1. Introduction
  • 5. 2. Health, Safety & Environment Policy Statements HSE Policy
  • 6. 2. Health, Safety & Environment Policy Statements HSE Policy
  • 7. 1. All accidents, illnesses, property damage and pollution are avoidable and are to be prevented 2. No job is so urgent or demanding that it can not be done safely 3. Adhering to HSE rules is a condition of employment 4. Setting examples through our behaviour 5. Nobody Gets Killed, Nobody Gets Seriously Injured 6. No High Risk Incidents 7. No harm to Environment 3. Our Health, Safety & Environment Vision Every person returns home safely to his family at the end of the day / Service.
  • 8. It is important to follow Health & Safety rules because Someone is waiting for you at home. We don’t want you to suffer the pain. To protect the fellow employees working with you. 4. Why we have to follow Health & Safety Rules? It is the requirement of the law of this land. Keeping this is mind we want everyone of to follow the safety standards on the job and off the job, wishing you a fruitful and rewarding carrier in AMANA.
  • 9. Your involvement and cooperation is highly anticipated for creating and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment. • As safety is everybody responsibilities so the everybody cooperation is required to achieve our Health & Safety goal. • Every site will have one or more methods in place for site employees to raise safety, health and environmental issues. • However, you are free to speak and discuss to any member of the site management on these matters. • Also, Encourage your fellow employees for reporting unsafe conditions / unsafe behaviors to the Safety Department. 5. Health & Safety Consultation
  • 10. Employer’s duties • To provide safe workplaces for all employees, including access to and from those places, adequate welfare facilities etc. • To provide safety systems of work and ensure that employees are well informed. • To provide safe plant and equipment. • To consult employees and action any points that are raised if reasonable practical. • Provide suitable personal protection equipment to Employees. • Ensure that employees are given suitable training and the supervision required. Your Responsibilities : You have a duty • To follow correct instructions and work safely. ; To take care of yourself and others. • Never interfere with safety equipment. • Report problems and unsafe situations to your immediate supervisors or safety Department. • You must report all incidents / accidents to your immediate supervisors or safety department. • Wear PPEs and keep them in good conditions. 6. Duties & Responsibilities
  • 11. • Safety: Freedom from unacceptable risk of harm. • Occupational Health and Safety: The conditions and factors that affect the well being of employees, temporary workers, contractor personnel, visitors and any other person in the workplace • Environment: The conditions that you live or work in and the way they influence you (including your feeling) • Hazard: Something with the potential to cause harm (e.g.; a source, a substance, a part of a machine, a method of work, a form of energy, or a situation) • Harm: Includes death, injury, physical or mental ill health, damage to property or the environment, loss of production or any combination of these. • Incident: An unplanned and undesired work related event in which harm occurred or could have occurred. • Accident: An accident is an incident, which has given rise to injury, ill health or fatality. • Nearmiss / Near-hit / Dangerous Occurrence: an incident where no harms occurred • Risk: A measure of the likelihood that the harm from a particular hazard will occur, taking into account the possible severity of the harm Risk is expressed as: Severity of Hazard × Likelihood of Occurrence = Risk • And the results are expressed in term of quantity such as high risk, medium risk and low risk. • Danger: A state in which there is exposure to a hazard; the opposite of safety (often used in terms such as dangerous condition, danger area, danger zone, etc.) • Safe: A state in which exposure to hazards has been adequately controlled; the opposite of dangerous (safe plant, safe system of work, etc.). 7. Definitions
  • 12. All the employees to receive a detailed Health, Safety and Environment induction training which includes site safety rules, site specific hazards, emergency procedures and key contacts. If Someone you Know, did not get induction, ASK for this now. As Safety Induction training is a legal requirement. You should have your ID Card or other relevant training cards ready for inspection and verification. An induction sticker will be issued to you after induction training. Save this Sticker from any damage. These stickers are mandatory to maintain in safety helmet, indicating the you are given HSE induction and hence you are permitted to enter the project. 8. HSE Induction
  • 13. 1. Tampering with safety equipment is forbidden; 2. Abusive or aggressive behavior is not permitted; 3.Causing damage on purpose or misuse of facilities on the job site is forbidden; 4. Eating and resting outside designated areas is strictly prohibited; 5. Operating machineries without authorization; 6. Entering prohibited areas. 7. Never Replace Fire Cylinders 8. Never Cut / Damage Safety Harness 9. Compliance with security procedures is mandatory. 9. Personal Behavior and Conduct
  • 14. Safety signs are useful tools to help protect Health & safety of us and workplace visitors. Therefore, meaning and purpose of signs to be understood and complied with. Everyone should abide by the safety signs displayed. Mandatory Signs Warning Signs Prohibition Signs Safe Signs Remind us where PPEs must be used, Indicates mandatory actions Draw attention to health and safety hazards – Point out hazards that may not be obvious Indicates where certain actions are prohibited Provide general information and direction. Shows the location of emergency equipments 10. Safety Signs
  • 15. Personal protective equipment is a safeguard against job hazards. It provides protection by minimizing and/or eliminating exposure to hazards in the work area. When used as intended along with other preventative measures, PPE minimizes or eliminates risks to employees. 1. Safety Helmet and Safety Shoes are Mandatory PPE 2. Other PPE shall be used as per the hazards present in your work area – Safety glasses / Face shields – Flying particles – Hand Gloves – Protection from sharp objects and chemicals – Ear muffs/ plugs – Protection against hearing loss – Dust Mask / Escape Mask – Dust, Mist, Gas Hazards – Harness – Protection from falling Remember! PPE is the last line of defense before “contact.”, hence should not be considered as first option for protection DOs - Inspection, cleaning and maintenance of your PPEs. - Receive Sufficient training on usage of PPEs - Wear the correct PPEs as per the hazard present - Check your PPEs before use. Don’ts - Never use incorrect PPEs - Never abuse the PPEs. 11. Personal Protective Equipment
  • 16. MANDATORY “PPE” AT SITE. • Wear your safety helmet and Safety Shoes at all times while working on the site as it is mandatory. • Helmet must be worn as intended, i.e., bill facing forward. • Helmet must be worn with chin stripes. • Avoid marking or altering the helmet. • If damaged or cracked, have it replaced immediately. 11. Personal Protective Equipment
  • 17. A competent security can protect property from loss by theft, fraud, fire and other form of damage. All security-men are trained to fight the fire and they should know about the location of fire extinguishers and evacuation route. They have the right to frisk all employees, vehicles and equipment entering and leaving the site. Consumption of Alcohol inside the camps and site premises are strictly prohibited. It is security staff’s duty to carry out random inspection to enforce the drugs and alcohol policy. DOs -Only enter through security gate. -Carry your ID Card at all times while at site -Show your valid ID Card to Security when requested -Report your Lost ID Card Don’ts -Don’t use others ID. -Don’t enter site without mandatory PPE -Don’t enter the site under the influence of ALCOHOL 12. Site Access & Security
  • 18. SPEED LIMIT must be fixed as per the site requirements. TRAFFIC HAZARDS: TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS CLAIMS SEVERAL LIVES  No reverse policy at site (Making Round about / U Turn)  No overtake  Camel Hump – Speed Breaker  Drive defensively  Not using mobile phone while driving  Usage of Seat belts for driver as well as passenger  Never ride on construction vehicle (JCB, FLT, bobcat etc)  Following Local Traffic Rules Strictly  Care other road users while driving Other Traffic rules must be complied with. Over speeding, Unskilled drivers, Collision, Not following traffic rules etc 13. Site Traffic Rules
  • 19. Rules To be adopted to maintain Good Housekeeping 1. Removal of generated debris from the area should be included in the activity itself. 2. Depute a dedicated team for housekeeping for common areas. 3. Never divert Housekeeping team for other works, provide a distinct uniform to each housekeeper. 4. The working groups should clean there respective area at the end of the work. Poor house keeping is a major cause of slips, trips and falls. A tidy site and workplace means: • You can get to your place of work more easily and quickly. • You can work efficiently • You can find your tools and materials easily DOs - Tidy up and create spaces as you go. - Keep stairs and fire routes clear. - Route hoses and Power leads away from the walkways. - Remove scrap and waste to designated bins - Stack materials adequately - Maintain food / chemical bins. Don’ts - Clutter up access ways. - Keep materials across walkways. - Store material in unauthorized areas. - Leave protruding nails in timber. 14. Housekeeping
  • 20. On all our sites there is HSE Plan, which sets out the procedures we use to safeguard the health and safety of everyone on site. It includes basic site rules that exists for protection of you and your fellow employees. Health & Safety Rules You are legally required to comply with the sites safety rules. In, return, we will ensure you are kept informed and briefed on agreed safe system of work. Specific circumstances, for example working on railways, may require special rules and procedures. Method statements & Risk Assessments Most work that you carry out will be covered by a method statement & Risk Assessment. This will clearly describes how the job is to be carried out, who supervises it and what special precautions have to be taken, including the PPE you need to wear. Before commencement of job ASK concern dept. for method statement and risk assessment for the job. Communicate the safety control measures among your workers and ensure all safety requirements are fulfilled before and during the activities. What is Risk Assessment : The process of analyzing the level of risk, considering those in danger, and evaluating whether hazards are adequately controlled, taking into account any measures already in place. 15. Safe System of Work
  • 21. For the activities having larger amount of risk and requires considerable amount of expertise and supervision, specific permits are required before work can commence. PTW includes: 1. PTW – Confined space entry ; 2. PTW – Excavation 3. PTW – Electrical Isolation ; 4. PTW – Hot Work 5. PTW - Live Plant Room; 6. PTW – Roof Work 7. PTW – Lifting Work These PTW confirms the checks haves been done and additional required precautions has been taken. Permit Issuer: One who is authorized to issue PTW, PTW Issuer must attend the required safety trainings and approved by Project Manager. Project / Site Engineer can be a PTW Issuer. Permit Receiver: One who is authorized to receive PTW, PTW Receiver must attend the required safety trainings and approved by Project Manager. Foreman / Workers can be a PTW Receiver. Communicate the safety control measures among your workers and ensure all safety requirements are fulfilled before and during the activities. PTW •------ •------ What is PTW : An authorizing document approved by competent person, specifying the required precautions and conditions under which potentially hazardous or interacting activities can take place and the allowed duration of the activity HOT WORKConfined Space ExcavationHazardous Energy 16. PTW (Permit To Work) System
  • 22. We provide decent welfare facilities on site, camps and office but your help is warranted to maintain them. If services ever run out or thinks get damaged , report the administration or someone can put it right. Canteen: • Always wash your hands before eating. • Put your wrappers and waste in the bins provided. • Only smoke at designated areas for the comfort of others and to avoid FIRE. Toilets: • Never flush the paper towel down the toilets • Please respect the facilities provided to you • Keep the toilets clean First Aid • Know the appointed First Aid Providers • Report all first case to your first aid providers • Make sure that any accident is entered in the site accident book Display the First aid providers names and contacts at conspicuous places. ; Maintain required First Aid kits and equipments at the office, site , camps. ; Emergency cases will be transferred to Govt. Hospital for treatment. ; Maintain all the welfare facilities in sanitary condition. 17. First Aid & Welfare
  • 23. FIRE is a big hazard at construction site, office and camp, it kills and injuries people, destroys property and may seriously disrupt production and the construction process. Hot Work, Careless Smoking, Electrical Sparks, Poor Housekeeping are the major cause of FIRE. You should take Practical prevention measures to avoid FIRE A composition of Fuel, oxygen and heat is set out as Fire DOs - Follow hot work permits for welding, heating or burning. - Keep fire extinguishers close to your hot work. - Smoke at designated areas only - Store flammable liquids, thinner, diesel etc in proper container -Store gases and liquids separately. Separate Oxygen from LPG and Acetylene Gas -Familiarize yourself with the different types of extinguishers. - Report a discharged or missing fire extinguisher. - Maintain good housekeeping Don’ts - Don’t overload the electrical appliances - Don’t leave a burning flame unattended 18. Fire Fighting & Prevention
  • 24. Know How to use Fire Extinguishers – Remember P A S S DOs -Extinguish fire only if you are trained and it is safe to do so -If your cloths got FIRE – Stop, Drop and roll -Know department emergency procedures - Know locations, alarm systems, emergency escape routes and Assembly points -keep fire exits free from obstruction. Don’ts - Do not interfere with fire extinguishers - Do not use water on electrical FIRE - Do not block or cover fire fighting appliances - Do not lock exits. Do not replace the fire exit sign, fire points. Know FIRE Emergency Response - R A C E R – “Rescue” any person/s in immediate danger (only if safe to do so) A – “Alarm” Raise the alarm & follow emergency procedure C – “Contain” Close doors / windows to contain the FIRE E – “Extinguish” attempt to extinguish the fire 18. Fire Fighting and Prevention
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  • 26. You should use ladders as a means of access and for short period of work. The angle - between 65 – 750 to the horizontal (1 : 4) ‘four up, one down’ Ladder to extend at least 1 m ( 3 ft) above the step-off point. It should always be tied at the level of the platform. It should be firm & fitted with a non-slippery foot hold. No rung should be missing. Rungs shall be clear of oil / grease etc., What makes a good ladder:- DOs - Check for damage before usage. - Make sure it’s on solid base / footing - Avoid working off a ladder for long time - Secure the top & bottom of ladder when using it as access of a platform or scaffold. - Make sure that only one person at a time is on the ladder. Don’ts - Don’t use unsecured / Damaged ladder - Don’t carry materials in your hand while using ladders -Don’t make platforms out of ladders 19. Ladders
  • 27. Many falls occur while ascending to / or descending from the ladder Maintain three point contacts two hands & one foot or two feet & one hand. Face the ladder when ascending or descending. Safe Method for getting on / off ladder Clean muddy or slippery footwear, check the rung for slippery surface Don't use makeshift ladder. Don’t use metal ladder near energized electrical equipments Don’t stretch or reach beyond the side rails of ladder. Never stand any higher than the third step from the top of a ladder. 19. Ladders
  • 28. An elevated temporary work platform is known as scaffolding. Scaffolding is provided to you for safe working platform. It must be erected, modified and dismantled by authorized scaffolders only. It must be erected on firm ground available with sole plate and base plate. Safe access and egress must be provided. Scaffold platform must be fully planked and should provide a passage for people of at least 600mm in width. Scaffolding must be suitably tied with the structure All platforms must be provided with guard rails, and toeboard Bracing shall be provided Implement Scafftag to identify safe & unsafe scaffolding What makes a Safe Scaffolding:- Competent person should formally inspect scaffolding after initial erection, after significant alteration, after any destabilizing event, and at least once 7 days SAFE UNSAFE 20. Scaffolding
  • 30. DOs -Report any scaffolding faults (missing guard rails, loose ladder, broken board) to your supervisor. -Only use ladder to go another level -Maintain good housekeeping - follow the scafftag system strictly Don’ts - Don’t use incomplete or unsafe scaffolding - Don’t overload the scaffold platform -Don’t tamper or modify any scaffolds for any reason. -Don’t leave debris and materials on scaffold platforms -Don't drop and throw material Level Ground and correct footing. Don’t use scaffold without proper tag. Platform must have hand rails and toe boards Only authorized scaffolders to erect / dismantle or alter scaffold. 20. Scaffolding
  • 31. Mobile scaffolds are hazardous. Safe erection procedure and extra precautions shall be taken to avoid any incident. It must be erected, modified and dismantled by authorized scaffolders only. The height of the mobile tower shall not exceed 4 times the smallest base width of the scaffold. Use outriggers in accordance with manufacturer It shall be used only on firm, level, clean surfaces. It shall be moved on leveled surfaces only by pushing or pulling or both. Provide internal ladder with trap door. For Rolling the scaffold: 1. Make sure that the path is clear, no material/person on the platform. Then unlock the wheels to push the scaffold 2. Apply the force no more than five feet above the ground. 3. Re-Lock the wheels when move ends / scaffold is stationary What makes a Safe Mobile Scaffolding:- Scaffold casters and wheels shall be locked with positive wheel locks before any one is allowed to work on the platform. These casters shall be capable of supporting the safe working load of the scaffold. 21. Mobile Scaffold
  • 33. DOs - Maintain good housekeeping to avoid any obstruction while rolling the scaffolds -Only climb up the inside of mobile scaffold -Close the trap door after each use -Check the scafftag before use Don’ts - Don’t use incomplete or unsafe mobile scaffold. - Don’t stay on top, while rolling tower is being moved -Don’t use scaffold without proper tag. -Don’t lift scaffold towers unless they have been specifically designed for this purpose Don’t cause materials to fall. Don't use the frame to gain access Don’t overload the scaffold platform Never move the Tower with any person or material on it. 21. Mobile Scaffold
  • 34. DOs -Manage the cable routing to avoid trip -Always use right type of sockets and plugs -Use ELCB of 30 mA -Ensure the proper earthing -Engage competent electrician -Inspect power tools , DBs and ELCBs -Follow Lock Out / Tag Out Procedure Don’ts - Don’t use damaged electrical cables - Don’t overload the Circuit -Never alter a plug. The hazard of electricity includes Burn, Shock, Arc, FIRE and Electrocution. The dangers are particularly increased where electrical equipment is used to adverse conditions, on site in wet or damp areas for instance, or where voltage is more lethal. UNSAFE CONDITIONS such as damaged cables, poor cable routing, overloading, improper ELCBs, incompetent workers, unauthorized repair, working in wet areas, improper sockets, unsafe operation of power tool can leads to serious accident which may resulted into DEATH. 22. Electrical Safety
  • 35. DOs - Ensure the required documents Driving license, vehicle registration card, Test Certificates, operator competency certificate etc -Operator to wear required PPEs. -Ensure that all moving parts are adequately guarded. -Ensure the reverse alarm, hazard light, mirrors etc -Follow the speed limits and reversing rules -Keep yourself away from running plant -Ensure separate routes for pedestrian Don’ts - Don’t leave engine running; Don’t leave keys in unattended plants -Don’t attempt to repair the plant if you are not authorized. -Don’t smoke while fueling the plant. ; Don’t ride on plant Prior to arrival of the plants the plant supplier to be sent a list of safety required to complied with before sending the plant at site. When plant arrives at site it must be thoroughly inspected and approve d for the work. 23. Plant and machineries
  • 36. The Hazard of Electricity includes Overturn of Crane, Collision with structure, Overhead Electrical Hazards, Load fail, Material damage, Personal injury etc Causes of Crane Failure 1. Untrained Operator & Signalmen 2. Poor condition of Cranes and lifting tools 3. Not following manufacturer instructions 4. Not following Load Limit – SWL 5. Overloading - Placing crane on uneven surface. 6. Poor communication between crane operator and signalmen 7. Improper slinging 8. Coming under suspended load 9. Swinging of loads – non use of tagline 10. Dragging / Pulling loads using crane 11. Not maintaining regular maintenance and inspection schedule 12. Working in adverse weather condition – High wind speed The cranes are widely used in construction industries for material handling – lifting & shifting 24. Lifting and Rigging
  • 37. Prevention 1. Comply with the manufacturer's specifications 2. Follow safe work load – load capacity, angle according to load chart 3. Valid 3rd party certification for all lifting tools – Crane, Slings, Shackles etc 4. Trained crane operator and dedicated signalmen for each crane 5. Hand signals those prescribed by ANSI standard for the type of crane in use. 6. Competent person inspect all machinery and equipment:  prior to each use,  and during use, 7. Must be uniformly leveled and located on firm footing. 8. Riggers should check load, centre of gravity, use correct slings, softeners where necessary 9. Respect the weather condition – Wind speed Only one man should give signal. If hand signal is not visible to operator Walkie talkie can be used. 24. Lifting and Rigging
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  • 39. Use tagline to control the loads Stay away from slings when they are being pulled out Know the Sling Capacity - SWL Do not stand under suspended load 24. Lifting and Rigging
  • 40. Additional Hazards - Fall of structure, Crush in between two steel members, Complex to provide fall protection 1. Secured steel members; 2. Fixed / Rolling scaffolds or MEWP (Mobile Elevated Platform) such cherry picker, Scissor lift to be used. 3. Provision of Safe access and egress; 4. Provision of life line for anchoring harness; 5. Use of Safety harness with anchorage 6. Safety Nets; 7. Edge protection after sheeting work Fragile area, slopes are additional hazards, while working at roof (height). 1. Means of access, roof ladders 2. Provision of lifelines at work area 3. Use of Safety harness with anchorage 4. Safety Nets 5. Edge protection / Warnings 6. Closed / Guarded openings – Skylights, Vents etc More workers fall to their deaths from, or through, roofs. 25. Fall Protection while Steel Structure / Roof work
  • 41. PFAS – Safety Harness, Self retractors etc CFAS – Safety Net , Fans , Air bags, Edge protection system PFAS: means a system used to arrest an employee in a fall from a working level. It consists: an anchorage, connectors, Dee Ring, a body belt or body harness and may include a lanyard, deceleration device, lifeline, or suitable combinations of these. Connector Dee Ring Harness Lanyard Self retractor – Deceleration Device Grab system – Vertical lifeline 26. Fall Arrest System
  • 42. Effective January 1, 1998, body belts were prohibited as a fall arrest device. What all do we consider before using PFAS?  Free-Fall Distance  Total Fall Distance  Anchorage Point Strength and Location Therefore, a. Anchor the harness above your shoulder height with a strong anchor point which can sustain your weight. b. Provision of suitable anchorage points c. Training on how to use PFAS The anchor point must be able to support at least 5000 pounds. 26. Fall Arrest System
  • 43. The hazard of Manual handling includes Low back pain, Hand injuries, Slip & Trip etc Causes 1. Improper lifting 2. Twist & Jerk 3. Overweight of loads 4. Bulky loads 5. Insufficient Environment – Lighting, Floors, Steps, Access 6. Awkward position Back Injuries are the 2nd-most common workplace problem Prevention Carrying the load 1. Hold the load close so you can see over it. 2. Keep the load balanced. 3. Avoid twisting the body 4. Watch out for pinch points -- doorways, etc. 5. Face the way you will be moving. 27. Manual Handling
  • 44. CONCLUSION Let us analyze the hazards in your respective construction sites and take necessary preventive HSE measures to have a healthy, safe & pollution free Project. “Start Safe – Stay Safe” TOGETHER – WE WILL MAKE A SAFE & HEALTHY TOMORROW