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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

April 28, 2021

Multiple Health and Safety Checklist

The following are various checklist for your worksite daily Health and Safety procedures accomplishment:

  1. Bending-Machine-Inspection-Checklist
  2. Bulldozer-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  3. Chain-Block-Inspection-Checklist
  4. Checklist-for-Nylon-Slings
  5. Checklist-for-Wire-Rope-Slings
  6. Compactor-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  7. Compressed-Gas-Cylinder-Checklist 
  8. COSHH-Assessment-Form
  9. Cradle-Inspection-Weekly-Checklist
  10. Crane-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  11. Crane-Lift-Plan
  12. Daily-HSE-Observation-Report
  13. Daily-Pre-Start-Checklist
  14. Daily-Temperature-Humidity
  15. Demolition-Checklist
  16. Document-Review-Form
  17. Document-Review-Form
  18. Drill-machine-inspection-checklist
  19. Drum-Roller-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  20. Electrical-Leads-Sockets-Plugs-Inspection-Checklist
  21. Excavator-Daily-Inspection-By-Operator
  22. Extension-board-inspection-checklist
  23. Extension-lead-inspection-checklist
  24. Fire-Risk-Assessment
  25. Forklift-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  26. Front-End-Loader-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  27. Fuel-Truck-Checklist
  28. Gantry-Crane-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  29. Gas-Monitoring-Record
  30. Generator-and-Bulk-Fuel-Acceptance-Check-List
  31. Grader-Daily-Acceptance-Checklist
  32. Ground-Fault-Circuit-Interrupters-Inspection-Log
  33. Hilti-machine-inspection-checklist
  34. Incident-Notification-Form
  35. Job-Safety-Analysis-Form
  36. Knuckle-Boom-EWP-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  37. Man-Basket-Checklist-Final
  38. MEWP-Daily-Checklist
  39. Mini-Loader-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  40. Mobile-Drilling-Rig-Crawler-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  41. Mobile Drilling Rig Truck Mounted Daily Inspection Checklist
  42. Mock-Drill-Report
  43. Monthly-Camp-Inspection-Checklist
  44. Multi-Wheel-Roller-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  45. Near-Miss-Report
  46. Noise-Monitoring-Record-Form 
  47. Pedestal-machine-inspection-checklist
  48. Personal-Protective-Equipment-Weekly-Checklist
  49. Power-cutter-inspection-checklist
  50. Power-Tool-Inspection-Sheet
  51. Rescue-Basket-Stretcher-Inspection-Checklist
  52. Risk-Assessment-Form
  53. Road-Vibratory-Roller-Daily-Checklist
  54. Roller-Smooth-or-Pad-Foot-Daily-Checklist
  55. Safety-Induction-Checklist
  56. Safe-Work-Method-Statement.
  57. Scaffold-Inspection-Weekly-Checklist
  58. Scrapper-Daily-Checklist
  59. Scrapper-Twin-Engine-Daily-Checklist
  60. Security-Notification
  61. Shackles-and-Chain-Sling-Inspection-Checklist
  62. Shuttle-Bus-Daily-Inspection-Checklist
  63. Side-Boom-Crane-Daily-Checklist
  64. Skid-Steer-Loader-Daily-Checklist
  65. Suspended-Personnel-Platform-Check-List
  66. Telescopic-Boom-EWP-Daily-Checklist
  67. Telescopic-Daily-Checklist
  68. Toilet-Cleaning-Daily-Checklist
  69. Tower-Light-Pre-Startup-Inspection-Checklist
  70. Track-Loader-Daily-Checklist
  71. Trailer-Truck-Daily-Checklist
  72. Training-Evaluation-Form
  73. Truck-and-Trailer-Daily-Checklist
  74. Truck-mounted-man-lift-checklist
  75. Warehouse-checklist
  76. Water-Dispenser-Daily-Checklist
  77. Water-Truck-Daily-Checklist
  78. Webbing-Strap-and-Ratchet-Inspection-Checklist
  79. Weekly-Dune-Lifeline-Checklist
  80. Wind-Velocity


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Bending-Machine-Inspection-Checklist

Chain-Block-Inspection-Checklist

Checklist-for-Nylon-Slings

Checklist-for-Wire-Rope-Slings

Compactor-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Compressed-Gas-Cylinder-Checklist 

COSHH-Assessment-Form

Cradle-Inspection-Weekly-Checklist

Crane-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Crane-Lift-Plan

Daily-HSE-Observation-Report

Daily-Pre-Start-Checklist

Daily-Temperature-Humidity

Demolition-Checklist

Document-Review-Form

Drill-machine-inspection-checklist

Drum-Roller-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Electrical-Leads-Sockets-Plugs-Inspection-Checklist

Excavator-Daily-Inspection-By-Operator

Extension-board-inspection-checklist

Fire-Risk-Assessment

Forklift-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Front-End-Loader-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Fuel-Truck-Checklist

Gantry-Crane-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Gas-Monitoring-Record

Generator-and-Bulk-Fuel-Acceptance-Check-List

Grader-Daily-Acceptance-Checklist

Ground-Fault-Circuit-Interrupters-Inspection-Log

Hilti-machine-inspection-checklist

Incident-Notification-Form

Job-Safety-Analysis-Form

Knuckle-Boom-EWP-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Man-Basket-Checklist-Final

MEWP-Daily-Checklist

Mini-Loader-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Mobile-Drilling-Rig-Crawler-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Mobile Drilling Rig Truck Mounted Daily Inspection Checklist

Mock-Drill-Report

Monthly-Camp-Inspection-Checklist

Multi-Wheel-Roller-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Near-Miss-Report

Noise-Monitoring-Record-Form 

Padestal-machine-inspection-checklist

Personal-Protective-Equipment-Weekly-Checklist

Power-cutter-inspection-checklist

Power-Tool-Inspection-Sheet

Rescue-Basket-Stretcher-Inspection-Checklist

Risk-Assessment-Form

Road-Vibratory-Roller-Daily-Checklist

Roller-Smooth-or-Pad-Foot-Daily-Checklist

Safety-Induction-Checklist

Safe-Work-Method-Statement.

Scaffold-Inspection-Weekly-Checklist

Scrapper-Daily-Checklist

Scrapper-Twin-Engine-Daily-Checklist

Security-Notification

Shackles-and-Chain-Sling-Inspection-Checklist

Shuttle-Bus-Daily-Inspection-Checklist

Side-Boom-Crane-Daily-Checklist

Skid-Steer-Loader-Daily-Checklist

Suspended-Personnel-Platform-Check-List

Telescopic-Boom-EWP-Daily-Checklist

Telescopic-Daily-Checklist

Toilet-Cleaning-Daily-Checklist

Tower-Light-Pre-Startup-Inspection-Checklist

Track-Loader-Daily-Checklist

Trailer-Truck-Daily-Checklist

Training-Evaluation-Form

Truck-and-Trailer-Daily-Checklist

Truck-mounted-man-lift-checklist

Warehouse-checklist

Water-Dispenser-Daily-Checklist

Water-Truck-Daily-Checklist

Webbing-Strap-and-Ratchet-Inspection-Checklist

Weekly-Dune-Lifeline-Checklist

Wind-Velocity

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

April 27, 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19)-Safety Posters and Notice

 Download the following multiple COVID-19 Prevention health and safety posters:

  1. Notice Due to COVID-19
  2. Thank you for practicing social distancing
  3. COVID-19 Caution notice poster
  4. Please stand in the frame
  5. For your safety notice for the COVID-19 Poster
  6. Stop Mandatory temperature checkpoint poster
  7. Sanitize tools before and after use
  8. COVID-19 Protection poster
  9. Masks required throughout this facility poster
  10. Maintain 6-feet social distance all the time poster
  11. Wash your hands to prevent COVID-19
  12. Temperature checkpoint notice
  13. Closed until further notice 
  14. The location temporary closed
  15. Cover your cough notice poster
  16. Avoid touching poster
  17. Cover your cough-stop the spread of COVID-19.
  18. Coronavirus-COVID-19- basic protective measures poster
  19. Common preventive tips notice 
  20. Wash your hand's notice 
  21. Safe distance poster
  22. Maintain physical distance poster
  23. Caution-mask required poster
  24. Please check your body temperature poster
  25. Stop-did you wash your hand's poster
  26. Sanitize tools before& after each use poster
  27. Prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus poster
  28. Please wear your mask at all the time poster
  29. Notice- please follow the standard precautions
  30. Notice-preventive measures against COVID-19 spread poster
  31. Safe distance notice poster
  32. Quarantine holding area poster
  33. Health first poster
  34. Warning-infectious virus area authorised personal only poster

Coronavirus (COVID-19)-Safety Posters and Notice

Download Poster Files

Notice Due to COVID-19

Thank you for practicing social distancing

COVID-19 Caution notice poster

Please stand in the frame

For your safety notice for the COVID-19 Poster

Stop Mandatory temperature checkpoint poster

Sanitize tools before and after use-1

Sanitize tools before and after use-2

Sanitize tools before and after use-3

COVID-19 Protection poster

Masks required throughout this facility poster

Maintain 6-feet social distance all the time poster

Wash your hands to help prevent the spread of germs

Temperature checkpoint notice

Closed until further notice 

The location temporary closed

 Cover your cough notice poster

Avoid touching poster

Cover your cough-stop the spread of COVID-19.

Coronavirus-COVID-19- basic protective measures poster-1

Coronavirus-COVID-19- basic protective measures poster-2

Common preventive tips notice 

Wash your hand's poster-1 

Wash your hand's poster-2 

Safe distance poster

Maintain physical distance poster

Caution-mask required poster

Please check your body temperature poster

Stop-did you wash your hand's poster

Prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus poster

Please wear your mask at all the time poster

Notice- please follow the standard precautions

Notice-preventive measures against COVID-19 spread poster

Safe distance notice poster-1

Safe distance notice poster-2

Quarantine holding area poster

Health first poster

Warning-infectious virus area authorised personal only poster


April 27, 2021

Weekly Area Safety Assessment Audit Checklist

The following points is to be followed as a guideline by the site team to perform the health, safety and environmental inspection. All worksite observations should be noted carefully and very closely on the attached observation sheet. Upon accomplishing of the inspection each category should be rated as: 

Excellent

3

Good

2

Fair

1

N/A

0


1- Housekeeping

  1. Project worksite areas are tidy and free of excess trash, debris or other waste.
  2. Walkways and passageways are properly clear.
  3. Material or equipment are appropriately stored.
  4. Electrical cords, hoses, welding leads, etc. over headed to prevent trip hazards.
  5. Make sure that the Scrap material is free of obtruded nails or other puncture hazards.
  6. Trash drums or containers are provided for work areas and water tanks.
  7. Barricades, and/or rebar caps installed and maintained.

2- Personal Protective Equipment

  1. Hard hats are worn and maintained as required.
  2. Hearing protection is worn as required.
  3. Eye protection needed and worn in a appropriate and safe manner.
  4. Proper foot protection worn for the job performed.
  5. Face shield or goggles worn as required.
  6. Other; respirators, gloves, chemical resistant garments.

3- Fall Protection

  1. Full Body harness required and worn in a proper manner.
  2. Lanyards are adequately secured to suitable anchorage.
  3. Perimeter guarding.
  4. Stationary lines, ratlines installed and adequate of supporting 5,400 lbs. of force.
  5. Fall protection equipment (body harness, safety nets) is used only for fall protection.
  6. Fall protection is maintained properly and has a updated current inspection.

4- Excavations

  1. Sloped and shored properly.
  2. Access and egress provided every 25 ft.
  3. Daily documented inspections conducted.

5- Scaffolds and Ladders

  1. Built per specification.
  2. Proper access and egress provided.
  3. Tagged correctly.
  4. Proper ladder for the task performed/appropriately secured.

6- Hoisting and Lifting Equipment

  1. Chain fall, chokers are in stable condition with current and updated inspection.
  2. Softeners used as required.
  3. Proper rigging techniques used.

7- Vehicles/Mobil Equipment

  1. Lights, brakes, horns, alarms working properly.
  2. Seat belts provided and used.
  3. Properly maintained.
  4. Equipment used properly.
  5. Licenses or certifications as required.

8- Tools and Equipment

  1. Electrical cords - condition and current inspection.
  2. Tools are maintained in a safe condition.
  3. Tools are properly carried and stored.
  4. Pneumatic / hydraulic hose connections properly secured.
  5. Proper tools used for the job performed.
  6. Proper and recommended modifications on work rest and wheels appropriately dressed on bench grinders.

9- Fire Protection

  1. Flammables stored properly.
  2. Oxygen and combustibles separated.
  3. Containers labelled as to the content.
  4. Fire extinguishers properly located and inspected.
  5. Flash arrestors installed.
  6. Compressed gas cylinders properly maintained.
  7. Restraint of hot work and welding screens as required.
  8. Regulator gauges properly attached and maintained.

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Sunday, April 25, 2021

April 25, 2021

Welding Plant Check List

Following are some main and important points to prepare the welding plant checklist:

  1. Make sure there's no physical damage to the body.
  2. Make sure that the tool & cable is properly insulated and secured with no cut on cables.
  3. Make sure welding plant able is accurately connected in receptacle & receptacle seal is present.
  4. Make sure there are no indicators of overheating or looseness on the receptacle and its pins of the plant
  5. Before the use of the equipment make sure there's no looseness in the cable terminal contact (especially welding holder and earthing)
  6. Equipment must be in good working condition (with parts such as tires, handle
  7. , switches, LED, the regulator in working condition)
  8. Make sure all holders have sleeves present and are in good condition.
  9. Make sure earthing clamp is present

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Welding Plant Check List 

April 25, 2021

Welding Machine Daily Inspection Checklist

Welding Machine

  • In good working condition
  • Provided with earthing or grounding
  • Provided with drip tray (Dry)
  • Fire extinguishers are available

Terminals/Joints

  • In good working condition
  • Secured and effectively insulated

Cables

  • Properly insulated and no exposed cables
  • Size of cable suitable for voltage supply
  • Hang up to prevent a tripping hazard
  • Hang up on insulated hook or material
  • Cables/joints are proper and in good condition

Electrode Holder/ Clamp

  • The electrode holder is free from defects
  • A return cable clamp is free from defects
  • Detach electrodes when not in use

Work Area

  • No combustible or flammable materials
  • The fire blanket is provided
  • Maintain good housekeeping
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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

April 21, 2021

FlashPoint-PowerPoint

What is Flash Point (FP)?

Flash point (FP) of any substance such as (crude oil/petroleum is the lowest temperature at which a liquid can form an ignitable mixture in air near the surface of the liquid.

The lower the flash point, the easier it is to flare up the substances. For example, gasoline (crude oil/petroleum) has a Flash Point (FP) of-40’s degree Celsius (-40 Fahrenheit) and is more flammable than Ethylene Glycol-EG (antifreeze) which has a flash point of 111 degree Celsius (232 Fahrenheit). 

What Is Ignition Point (IP)?

The minimum temperature at which a substance will continue to burn without supplementary application of extraneous heat. Ignition Point also termed kindling point.

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April 21, 2021

ISO 45001 Workshop-PowerPoint

ISO 45001 Workshop-Overview & Introduction to ISO 45001:2018

  • To explain the development and structure of ISO 45001 (including Annex SL).
  • To describe the key changes between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 (Integrated Management System) and their impact on the organizations.
  • The provision of the basic information needed for individuals in the implementation of a Safety Management System (SMS).

Why a New International Standard is Needed?

There was a worldwide requirement to integrate Health and Safety Management Systems (HSMS) using an international standard and sharing best practices.

Over a Period:

Effectiveness reduces.

Shortcuts emerge.

Complacency.

Additional aspects needed attention.

Most Organizations are ISO 9001 certified and familiar with the standard therefore a new ISO Safety (SMS) Management Standard was the ideal choice.

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April 21, 2021

Business Management System - Integrated Management System (IMS). ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001: 2015 & ISO 45001:2018

QMS – Quality Management System

A quality management system of an organization or company is a set of policies, processes and procedures required for planning and execution (production, development, service) in the core business area of an organization, (i.e., sections that can impact the company’s capability to meet customer requirements).

  • ISO 9001:2015 is an example of a Quality Management System (QMS).
  • ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems
  • AS9100 Aerospace and Defense
  • ISO 13485 Medical Devices
  • IATF 16949 Automotive

This IMS serves to formalise the policies, processes and operating Standards (OS) that will apply to the Company’s workers, partners, contractors and other stakeholders.

External and Internal Issues of the Organization

The company regulate the external and internal issues of the organization that are related to its objective & intent and critical & strategic direction and that affect its competency to attain the predetermined results of the IMS.

Consideration is given to the Following:

  1. Positive and negative factors or conditions.
  2. Organizational external context and matters, for example legal, regulatory, technological, competitive, cultural, social, political and economic environments.
  3. Company/Organizational Internal context and issues, such as values, culture, organisation structure, knowledge and performance of the business.
  4. Decisions and requirements of the needs and expectations of interested parties relevant to the IMS.
  5. Authorization and capability to drill control and influence.
  6. Activities, products and services relevant to the business of the organization.
  7. Documented information is kept/contained as record to assist that the context of the company has been taken into account in the Integrated Management System (IMS).


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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

April 20, 2021

Sub-Contractors Pre-Work Requirements and Documents Details

Pre-Work Documents Requirements Details for Sub-Contractors

The Method Statement & Risk Assessment should be accepted subject to the following directions but not limited to:

  • Ensure the compliance with operations steps at defined in Method Statement & Risk Assessment
  • RA should be completed before initiations the work at the site. 
  • Ensure appropriate compliance of Risk Assessment safeguards.
  • The contractors comply to fill COVID-19 Precautionary checklist (while entering the plant room/Site/Facility) and also to complying COVID-19 risk assessment, particularly in the current pandemic era.
  • Before execution, the activity ensures toolbox talks among Method Statement & Risk Assessment.
  • Full-time keen supervision. 
  • Appropriate compliance with PPE’s including work at height. 
  • Lockout Tagout (LOTO) isolation procedure shall be implemented if required. 
  • The Permit to Work (PTW) shall be obtained before executing the activity at entering the plant room/Site/Facility. 
  • Ensure appropriate safe access & egress.  
  • Working platforms scaffolding & ladder shall be in accordance with Main Contractor’s Integrated Management System (IMS). 
  • Staff details including a valid passport, visa, EID’s copies
  • Tools, Plant & equipment details
  • TPI (third party inspection) certificates of plant, equipment, tools being used (scaffold, safety Harness, electrical equipment etc.)
  • The Contractor shall ensure compliance with Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Chemical details (if in use) along with SDS (Safety Data Sheet)
  • HSE undertaking letter which needs to be signed and stamped by contractor representative 
  • Third-party liability Insurance
  • Trade License


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Sunday, April 18, 2021

April 18, 2021

First-Aid Policy & Procedure

 1.0 POLICY

Introduction                                                                       

Following OSHAD-SF First Aid and Medical Emergency Treatment - CoP 4.0 - Version 3.1-3rd June 2018/and or OSHA Organization to designate at each place of work under his/her control such many occupational first-aiders as is mandatory to provide first-aid at the place of work/worksite/project concerned. It also needs (ORGANIZATION) to ensure that the number of occupational first-aiders, their training and the equipment available to them is adequate, taking into account the size and hazards or both of each place of work.

This policy and procedure set out the resources in place to ensure compliance with this Regulation.

2.0 SCOPE

This policy and procedure apply to all staff members, students, contractors/service providers, visitors and campus users.

3.0 DEFINITIONS

First Aid

  • First Aid (FA) is the prompt treatment in life-threatening situations/circumstances (for example heart stoppage or severe bleeding) pending medical assistance/help, or the instantaneous treatment for minor injury (cuts, bruises etc.)
  • First Aid (FA) does not cover the administration of drugs or medications. First Aid (FA) does not include Aftercare Treatment (AT) for injuries and illnesses.

Occupational First-Aider (OFA)

  • An Occupational First-Aider (OFA) means a person who is well trained, competent and qualified in occupational first-aid.
  • If particular or unfamiliar hazards are present, the occupational first-aider must receive extra or specialized training specific to the first-aid requirements for special hazards.

4.0 RESPONSIBILITIES HEADS OF THE ORGANIZATION/FUNCTION

Heads of (ORGANIZATION) /Function should ensure that first-aid arrangements are identified and addressed in their Safety Statement and risk assessments. In assessing first-aid requirements, Heads of (ORGANIZATION)/Function should ensure that provision is made for Morning, evenings shift of work activities, etc. As a minimum, all worksites, office, kitchens Vehicles should have a first-aid kit.

Other factors to be considered include the following: 

  • Determining first-aid arrangements for General International
  • First-aid provision
  • Guidelines on first-aid at places of work
  • Recommended contents: first-aid box/travel kit
  • First-aid rooms

If new processes and or activities/tasks are introduced, Risk Assessments (RA) must be reviewed accordingly to determine whether Extra arrangements are needed or if extra/particular hazard training for occupational first-aiders is necessary. 

Heads of (ORGANIZATION)/Function should ensure that all staff who:

  • Engage in lone/out of hours access
  • Work or supervise in Office, worksites workshops, Transport and other areas identified through risk assessments are trained in one day emergency first-aid.

Health & Safety Office

  • Provide information (notes) and guidance to staff members, labourers and other technical staff on any matter relating to first-aid.
  • Assist each department staff in determining their first-aid arrangements as part of the risk assessment process.
  • Make sure that First-Aid (FA) training and certification is provided in coincidence with the Staff, Training and Development Office.
  • Provide an emergency support contact number from 9 am-5 pm Saturday – Thursday
  • Provide first-aid stock and liaise with designated personnel in Organization/Functions to issue replacement stocks.

Designated First-Aiders

  • Provide first-aid to persons as required
  • Maintain first-aid kits to approved standards in the designated area in coordination with the Health and Safety Office. 
  • Always deal with each incident safely/securely by following the training they have received and follow the procedures set out in this document
  • Attend refresher and specialist training as required

Buildings Maintenance Staff Members

  • Assist staff members/administer first-aid with first-aid when required
  • Undertake the training mandatory for them to accomplish their work safely
  • Always deal with each incident safely/securely by following the training they have received and follow the procedures set out in this document

All Staff Members, labourers and Campus Users

  • Always be aware of the Organizational First-aid Policy & Procedure
  • Co-operate with Heads of Organization/responsible person/Function to ensure sufficient arrangements are in place
  • Report all incidents immediately
  • Report any missing stock from the first-aid kit to the Head of Organization/responsible person/Function

5.0 PROCEDURES

5.1 Procedure in case of an incident (injury/illness)

a) The first-aider should be notified immediately. A list of First-Aiders (FA) is available in each Safety Statement of the organization/company.

b) The First-Aider (FA) must decide on Examining/observation the situation whether to:

  • In case of a minor injury/illness treat the person.
  • Refer to any Health centre if it is a staff/employee
  • Advise the person/staff to go home
  • Advise that the person returns to work
  • Call Emergency Services (999/911) if serious or in doubt

c) If a patient is referred/sent home/to local A & E, they should be accompanied by a friend/responsible person. 

d) The accompanying/co-worker/colleague person should stay with the person until they are under the care of/are attended to by a nurse or doctor, or until next of kin/a family member/partner/friend arrives to be with them.   If the person is not returning to work, then the accompanying person must report back to their Head of Department/Function

e) The first-aider should delegate a competent person to inform the next of kin of injury/illness (only necessary when the casualty is being hospitalized). This must only fulfil with the person’s consent

f) If known, the first-aider should inform the relevant Head of department/HR/Function if the person does not return to work the following day and the Health and Safety Office should be informed

g) All First-Aid (FA) treatments should be documented on an organizational/company’s incident report form.   The Head of the department will make sure that an incident report form is accomplished/filled and forwarded to the Health and Safety Officer of the company

h) If Emergency Services (ES) are needed, the first-aider should nominate a person to contact the Emergency Services. 

The following sequence should take place:

  • The appointed First Aider person should clearly state the accurate location and suspected condition of the casualty, how many people required help, inform of any potentially fatal hazards e.g., flammables etc.
  • They should not hang up from the operator until the operator is satisfied with all the necessary information
  • They should return to the First-Aider (FA) and inform them that the task is accomplished
  • They should report all information to the front desk immediately and ensure that a clear and unblocked passageway is available for Emergency Services (ES)
  • They should fulfil and direct Emergency Services to the immediate area

6.0 TRAINING AND INFORMATION

(ORGANIZATION) will provide education and training opportunities to all staff members to increase awareness and knowledge of first-aid arrangements.  This will be eased and assisted by the Health & Safety Office and Staff Training & Development Office. First–Aid Arrangements (FAA) will be communicated properly and essentially to staff by the relevant organizational department in association with the Health and Safety Office (HSO) and all details are available in the risk assessments.

7.0 REVIEW

This policy and procedure will be reviewed on at least an annual basis and its effectiveness will be further reviewed as part of the post-incident process.

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Thursday, April 15, 2021

April 15, 2021

Mock Drill Report Format

After successfully completing the mock drill at your site or office, as being HSE/fire and safety professional, you can use these main points. to download Mock Drill Report Format in Microsoft Word format, just click the downloading link given at the end of this post.

1. Area & Location.

2. A mock drill conducted on

3. The number of persons.

4. Emergency.

(A) Fire.

(B) Excavation collapse.

(C) Fall from Height.

(D) Emergency Evacuation.

(E) Occupational Emergency.

5. Name of the observer.

6. Scenario.

7. Time of declaration of emergency.

8. Whether cordoning off area done.

9. Whether emergency alarm sounded.

10. First responder response time.

11. Whether worker assembled at the assembly point.

12. Whether ambulance/Medical staff were called, and time is taken accordingly.

13. Time of all clear.

14. Total time elapsed.

15. Previous total time.

16. Deficiency observed during the exercise.

17. Action recommended for improvement.

18. Name of person responsible to follow up, above: -

19. Other remarks:


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Mock Drill Report Format 

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

April 14, 2021

Mini Loader-Operator's Daily Inspection Checklist

The following are some main and essential key points that will help Mini-Loader's Operators to prepare checklist to keep safe themselves and others from any fatal incident/accident occurrence:

ENGINE

  1. The water level in the radiator and reserve tank
  2. Oil level and condition.
  3. Oil, water and fuel leakage.
  4. Fan belt tension

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

  1. Hydraulic level in the reservoir.
  2. Operation of a control lever of valves for a different sequence of operation of the boom and bucket (MINI LOADER)
  3. Hydraulic leaks on boom and bucket cylinders

ELECTRICAL /ELECTRONICS/SAFETY DEVICE

  1. Check various gauges in the operators for proper operation.
  2. Reversing alarm /Movement Alarm
  3. Side mirrors
  4. Amber Flashing Beacon
  5. Signal/blinker light
  6. Under Carriage / Track shoe, etc.
  7. Tire condition and appearance (MINI LOADER), check outriggers and size of outriggers mats.
  8. Sight interference in the operator cabin (for example Curtain, Cartoon, etc.)
  9. Check control lever /joystick for proper operation
  10. Is there an assigned equipment spotter?
  11. Check swing brake and track shoe brake
  12. Fire Extinguisher
  13. Warning Triangles
  14. Flashlight

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