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Safety Policy Statement (Appendix-c)

Safety Policy Statement (Appendix-c)

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Safety Manual
QS LANKA (PVT) LTD.
SAFETY FIRST
 
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SAFETY MANAGEMENT
Due to following main reasons basically it is compulsory toestablish an effective safetymanagement program.(1). To prevent injuries and illnesses.(2). In addition to that, managing safety is to avoid direct & indirect costs that workrelated,injuries, illness and property damage incurDirect cost are expenses directly associated with a work related injury or illness. Theyincludethe following cost.(a). Medical Expenses.(b). Medications.(c). Workers compensation benefits.(d). Rehabilitation cost.Indirect cost are all other expenses resulting from work related incidents or illness. Theyincludethe following costs.(a). Production losses or delays.(b). Property or product damage.(c). Training.(d). Supervisory time.(e). Administrative time.
SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Safety isn't going to just happen. Individuals have to know what they are responsible, for,andwhat roles they play. Then they have got to be held accountable for their behavior. Thekeyindividual at the job site is site manager or engineer or crew leader who ever is inimmediatein charge.
 
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SAFETY PLANNING
Safety planning is based on following steps.(a). Safety Training(b). Providing protective equipment.(c). Scheduled inspection.(d). Behavior Observations.(e). Safe job Procedures.(f). Data accountability for safe behavior.(g). Corrective action planning and goal setting.(h). Total employees involvement and support.
Safety training 
Sometimes working safety doesn't come naturally. Employees must be educated or taughthowto engage in their activities in safe manner. Means how to operate Machine
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Power
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Toolsetc.This education we hope to give using following methods.(a). Speaking engagement by experts in safety.(b). Distributing various publication on safety and Health issues among employees.(c). Displaying audiovisual aids on work place hazards, and technical advice.(d). Providing basic and advance seminars and classes for employees.
Providing Protective Equipment
After providing protective equipment it is necessary instruct and educate.(a). What to wear when.(b). How to inspect it(c). How to wear it.(d).How to get into the habit so it's impossible to forget.
Schedule Inspections
Tools equipment, Method, and procedure have to be looked at every so often to make surethat they are in good shape, that they're safest thing available, and that they haven't startedfallingapart, been cracked or warped, or had a guard shaken or rusted loose.
Behaviour Observation
Which are simply audits or slices of work that look closely at the safety aspect of tightlyfocusedbehaviors or work task.

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