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SAFETY ORGA
PREPARED BY: GROUP 1

INTRODUCTION

•WHAT IS SAFETY ENGINEERING?

• SAFETY ENGINEERING IS AN ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE WHICH ASSURES
THAT ENGINEERED SYSTEMS PROVIDE ACCEPTABLE LEVELS OF SAFETY.

SAFETY ENGINEER ASSIGNED TO PROVE THAT AN EXISTING. COMPLETED DESIGN IS SAFE. .

SAFETY ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT • A SINCERE COMMITMENT TO SAFETY BY MANAGEMENT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN ACHIEVING IT. • TOP MANAGEMENT'S PARTICIPATION IN SAFETY ISSUES IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE ACTIVITY IN CONTROLLING RISK AND REDUCING ACCIDENTS .

IS SAFETY ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT IMPORTANT? • IT IS NOT ENOUGH TO TALK ABOUT "ABSOLUTE SAFETY" AND OF "ZERO ACCIDENTS." THERE MUST ALSO BE PROPER ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT TO ENSURE THAT ACTIONS LIVE UP TO WORDS. .

SAFETY OFFICER •.A QUALIFIED PERSON ( PERSONS ) WHOSE SPECIAL AND MAIN RESPONSIBILITY IS THE PROMOTION OF SAFETY AND HEALTH. .

INCLUDING TRAINING FOR ALL WORKERS ON THE SITE • THE INVESTIGATION AND REVIEW AND CAUSES OF ACCIDENTS AND OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES • ACTING AS CONSULTANT AND TECHNICAL ADVISER OF THE SAFETY COMMITTEE • PARTICIPATION IN PRE-SITE PLANNING .DUTIES OF THE SAFETY OFFICER • THE ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION TO BE PASSED FROM MANAGEMENT TO WORKERS INCLUDING THOSE OF SUBCONTRUCTORS • THE ORGANIZATION AND CONDUCT OF SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMMES.

CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF SAFTEY FACILITIES SUCH AS ACCESS ROADWAYS. LIFTING GEARS SUCH AS ROPES AND SHACKLES • INSPECTION OF ACCESS FACILITIES SUCH AS SCAFFOLDS AND LADDERS • INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF WELFARE FACILITIES SUCH AS TOILETS.SAFETY HEALTH AND DUTIES • PROVISION. • CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF SAFETY SIGNS • TESTING OF LIFTING MACHINERY SUCH AS CRANES. PEDESTRIAN ROUTES. • EMERGENCY AND EVACUATION PLANS . BARRICADES AND OVERHEAD PROTECTION. CLOTHING ACCOMODATION AND CANTEENS • TRANSMISSION OF THE RELEVANT PARTS OF THE SAFETY PLAN TO EACH GROUP.

EXAMPLE OF ACCIDENT ISSUES AND PREVENTION •ALL OVER THE WORLD. HIGH-ALTITUDE WORKERS ARE PRONE TO FALLING ACCIDENTS. .

SUPERVISORS .

charge hand.•FIRST LEVEL OF SUPERVISION IN THE SITE Foreman. ganger and so on .

SUPERVISORS MUST DO • WORKING CONDITIONS AND EQUIPMENT ARE SAFE • WORKPLACE SAFETY IS REGULARLY INSPECTED • WORKERS HAVE BEEN ADEQUATELY TRAINED FOR THE JOB THEY ARE EXPECTED TO DO • WORKPLACE SAFETY MEASURES ARE IMPLEMENTED • BEST SOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTING USING AVAILABLE RESOURCES AND SKILLS • NECESSARY PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT IS AVAILABLE AND USED .

WORKERS .

TOOL BOX BRIEFING •SUPERVISOR IS TALKING TO ALL HIS WORKERS FOR SAFETY RULES AND MANAGEMENT OF THE WORK .

TOOL BOX BRIEFING .

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SAFETY CHECK •WORKERS CHECK THEIR WORKPLACE BEFORE DOING THEIR JOBS RESPECTIVELY. SAFETY COMPLIANCE IN THEIR WORKPLACE. .

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LAZARO .S E E T T I M M O C Y SAFET KATRINA L.

SAFETY COMMITTEES SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE SAFETY.WHAT IS SAFETY COMMITTEES? A GROUP OF EMPLOYEES FROM THE SAME COMPANY WHO MEET REGULARLY TO PROMOTE MUTUAL INTEREST BETWEEN MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES TO CREATE AND MAINTAIN A SAFE AND HEALTHY WORKPLACE. .

THE DUTIES CARRIED OUT BY AN ACTIVE SAFETY COMMITTEE WILL INCLUDE: regular and frequent meetings to discuss the safety and health programme on site and to make recommendations to management  consideration of reports of safety personnel  discussion of accident and illness reports in order to make recommendations for prevention  evaluating improvements made  examination of suggestions made by workers.  . particularly by safety representatives  provide safety training and education to employees.

THANK YOU.  .

PAJELA .BY : KEITH ARVIN D.

THESE ARE APPOINTED BY WORKERS. SOMETIMES IN ACCORDANCE WITH NATIONAL LEGISLATION. TO REPRESENT THEM IN DEALING WITH SAFETY AND HEALTH MATTERS ON SITE. .

FUNCTIONS - TO MAKE REPRESENTATIONS TO THE MANAGEMENT ABOUT MATTERS OF CONCERN REGARDING THE SAFETY AND HEALTH OF WORKERS - TO ATTEND MEETINGS OF THE SAFETY COMMITTEE - TO INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH MANAGEMENT TO DETERMINE THEIR CAUSES AND TO PROPOSE REMEDIES - TO INVESTIGATE COMPLAINTS BY WORKMATES TO CARRY OUT REGULAR AND SYSTEMATIC INSPECTIONS ON SITE TO REPRESENT WORKERS IN DISCUSSION WITH GOVERNMENT INSPECTORS AT THEIR SITE VISITS .

OUTSIDE AGENCIES .

.GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION GOVERNMENT AGENCIES THAT SERVE AS ENFORCER OF LAWS AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING CONDITIONS OF WORK IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.

.INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS • NATIONAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS ARE OFTEN BASED UPON INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS. THESE HAVE BEEN DRAWN UP BY DIFFERENT UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDING THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION (ILO) AND THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO). AGREEMENTS. DECLARATIONS AND PROGRAMMES.