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WALKWAYS, ACCESS ROUTES, STAIRS AND LADDERS
Ladders in good condition, used only for temporary access, or for shortterm light work with one hand
Handrails and mid rails to prevent fall of persons when falling distance is
more than 0,5 m.
Wide enough
Free off obstacles, not slippery
No openings or cracks, which may cause falling
Proper roofing in entrance of the building to stop falling objects
SCAFFOLDING, TEMPORARY PLATFORMS AND WORK STANDS
Erected properly, and inspected before use
Proper handrails, mid rails and toe-boards
Safe access route to work platform (ladders or stairs)
Working platform wide enough, free off obstacles, not slippery no
openings or cracks, which may cause falling
Fixed scaffolding: Footings, anchoring and reinforcement are proper
Movable scaffolding : Lockable wheels, inner ladders
Hanging scaffolding: Fixed not to move right or left, report to determine
maximum load capacity, checked daily
PROTECTION AGAINST FALLING AND COLLAPSING
Open sides of floors, elevator openings etc. protected with triple-part side
protection; handrail, mid rail, and toe board.
Areas without railings separated off with proper barriers
Openings on floor, covered with firm and marked covers
Excavations protected against collapsing, when necessary.
Excavation separated with proper barriers or railings
ELECTRICITY AND LIGHTING
Distribution of site electricity planned properly
Distribution boards and cables in good condition (Appropriately located
and protected)
Artificial lighting is adequate for safety and quality
ORDER AND TIDINESS
Waste disposal management planned properly
Proper waste containers for different types of waste exist
Waste containers are emptied periodically
Wastes roughly cleaned up after each work stage
Materials are stored properly

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6. 6. 1. 6a 6b. when necessary Emergency exits are properly marked and clear PHYSICAL HAZARDS Employees use proper hearing protectors when the noise level is more than 85 dB(A) Audiometric tests are done according to the regulations Hand vibration has avoided by choosing less vibrating work methods and tools. Health surveillance is organized for exposed workers The controls of exposures to other physical hazards. meet the safety regulations and standards. 4. 6c. CHEMICAL HAZARDS Processes that pollute the air equipped with local exhaust ventilation Employees wear respirators Less hazardous substances in use when possible Material safety data sheets available Exposure monitored by occupational health service. 1. 6. 9. grinding. 5. Traffic routes and walk ways are clearly indicated MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT In proper condition and clean Safety devices are in place Electric wires undamaged Proper for construction environment The area around the machines in good order Proper footing and support Statutory inspections are completed Maximum load capacity indicated (cranes and lifting devices) Qualified operators (cranes and lifting devices) FIRE SAFETY No extra burnable materials on floors or on ground Proper fire extinguishers available at marked places Smoking is not allowed on places with combustible materials Electric distribution boxes (boards) and wires in good condition Lighting devices proper for site conditions and properly located. 5. or under a special work permit Flammable and combustible materials and dust near of hot work removed or protected Any openings or cracks in the walls. 2. 3. and the workers are informed about the long term health risks of the hand vibration. 4. 5. Hot works (welding. etc. 4. high or low temperature etc. when possible. 6a 6b. 3. 6e. 2. 3c. 7.) conducted in special hot work areas. 7. 3b. 3a. 1. Fire extinguisher of the proper type and size available Workers properly trained A Fire Watch has been posted. like radiation. 2. when necessary Work in confined spaces conducted under a special work permit Atmosphere tested before entering. floors covered or protected. cleaned and ventilated when necessary (oxygen. flammable or toxic gases/fumes) Isolation is done properly. 3. 6d. 1.6. 3. Exposure time of the worker is limited. Tools are maintained properly. 2. when necessary to prevent dangerous materials entering to the place while working Yes No Yes No Yes No . 8. 4.

6d. 1. 3. 1. 2. lifters. when necessary Workers are trained to work safely Standby person outside and proper means of rescue. name-calling based on sex.6c. sexual harassment Employees instructed properly for right working methods Employees are informed of changes that concern them or their work Employees have given a chance to express their opinions and ideas of their work and improvements in health and safety Employees receive regular feedback on their success Supervisors give support when problems arise Supervisors act fairly FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Proper first-aid equipment available Trained employees to give first-aid available Actions in a fire or other emergency scenes planned. 2. 7. eat.g. 1. 2. 1. 6. Atmosphere is monitored during the work. when necessary MUSCULOSKELETAL STRAIN FACTORS Manual lifting and carrying materials avoided by proper planning the site layout and work processes Proper tools and machines used for lifting and moving materials (carts. Cleaned daily Source: İSGİP Project Documents Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No . and rest available. tele handlers. mobile elevating work platforms etc. race or personal characters. 3.) Health surveillance organized for exposed workers PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS FACTORS Insulting treatment and discrimination not accepted e. elevators. 5. 2. cranes. 3. 6e. 4. instructed and rehearsed WELFARE FACILITIES Proper facilities for employees to change cloths. wash.

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