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Transguard has IMS Policy

PERSONAL BEHAVIOR
YOUR SAFETY AND MY SAFETY IS IN YOUR HAND

&
MY SAFETY AND YOUR SAFETY IS IN MY HAND

YOUR APPROACH
YOURS’ SIMPLE NEGLEGENCE ACT CAN RUIN YOUR’S
OR SOMEONE ELSES LIFE
&
YOUR SIMPLE CORRECTIVE ACTION CAN SAVE
YOUR’S LIFE OR SOMEONE ELSES LIFE

THIS WAY YOU ENCOURAGE THEM TO HELP OTHERS TOO THANKS  .APPRECIATION APPRECIATE THE PEOPLE WHO CORRECT YOUR ACTIONS BY SAYING THEM THANKS.

RELIGION AND LIVING OR WORKING STANDARD BUT YES IT DOES TRULY BELONG TO HUMANITY .SAFETY RELATIONSHIP SAFETY DOESN’T BELONG TO ANY NATIONALITY.

FEEL PROUD THINK HOW MUCH ARE YOU CONTRIBUTING INTO PEOPLE SAFETY AROUND YOU AND FEEL PROUD WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO SECURE THEM .

TAKE SAFETY OWNERSHIP NEVER FEEL HESITANT WHEN CORRECTING SOMEONE ACTION TO SAFE HIS/HER LIFE OR PEOPLE AROUND YOU AND SAME WAY WHEN SOME BODY ELSE CORRECT YOU TAKE IT POSITIVELY NEVERTHELESS HOW DIFFICULT SITUATION YOU ARE GOING THROUGH .

.HELP YOURSELF FEEL THE PAIN OF OTHER HOW DO THEY STRUGGLE AFTER MEETING AN ACCIDENT. DO NOT WAIT FOR THE ACCIDENTS TO HAPPEN WITH YOU TO LEARN THE LESSON.

Unsafe Practices (Cargo Division) .

Prepared By : IMS .UNSAFE PRACTICE x LEG INJURY IN CARGO MEGA TERMINAL x  Ensure you are in safe position before entering between the pallets.  All forklift operators and loaders should ensure suitable communication methods. Follow the Safe work practices and work place hazards periodically.

HAND INJURY IN CARGO MEGA TERMINAL  Do not work on the edge of the pallet in work station area.  Always follow the safe work practices. Prepared By : IMS .

Prepared By : IMS .FINGER INJURY IN CARGO MEGA TERMINAL  Do not keep your hands while the cargo was not lifted properly.  Inform the forklift operator to lift the cargo properly and do not hurry.

Follow the safe work practices. Prepared By : IMS .  Be vigilant while working with moving equipment's.FINGER INJURY IN OLD WAREHOUSE  Keep you hands away from the movable parts and do not rush while finishing the work.

Prepared By : IMS .FINGER INJURY IN FG-3 AREA  Follow the proper methods while locking / unlocking the lashing locks . Follow the safe work practices.

 All forklift operators should be establish proper communication methods.LEG INJURY IN CARGO MEGA TERMINAL  Be vigilant while walking in your work place. Prepared By : IMS .

. FS Gate-28 Don’t keep your hands on the rollers in any situation. Awareness among the staffs should be improved on the work place hazards (ie.UNSAFE PRACTICE x FINGER INJURY IN CMT. Follow the Safe work practices and work place hazards periodically. should not place the hands on the rollers even if it is in OFF condition) to prevent such incidents Prepared By : IMS ..

 Ensure the safe position always while working.  Prepared By : IMS .UNSAFE PRACTICE LEG INJURY IN CARGO MEGA TERMINAL x Don’t stand or keep the leg on the rollers to pull the cargo. Follow the Safe work practices and work place hazards periodically.

Follow the Safe work practices and work place hazards periodically. Prepared By : IMS .UNSAFE PRACTICE LEG INJURY IN FG-8 x  Don’t enter between the pallets and dollies while in moving condition.

LEG INJURY IN DWC  No proper communication between forklift operator and loader.  Always establish proper communication between the co-workers Prepared By : IMS .

LEG INJURY IN SKY CARGO  All the staffs should be more vigilant while walking / working near the moving equipment’s and follow the safe distance. .  Always establish proper communication with forklift operators.

a marshaling staff shall be used to establish proper communication. Where appropriate.LEG INJURY IN SKY CARGO  Always establish proper communication while connecting / disconnecting the dollies. Prepared By : IMS .

Leg Injury in Sky cargo Delivery area  Staffs do not keep one foot on the work station and another foot on the truck.  Establish proper communication with the drivers during the loading / offloading in the dock area. .  Wheel chocking for all the vehicles during loading / offloading.

Un-Safe Act .

Un-safe Act .

Common types of PPE HEAD EYES FACE HANDS FEET BODY HEARING RESPIRATORY .

 Ear Plug   Hand Hi VizGloves Vest  Safety Shoes .Personal Protective Equipment THE PROPER AND CONSISTENT USE OF PROTECTIVE SAFETY EQUIPMENT IS STAFF’S RESPONSIBILITY.

DWB Focuses here .000.000 Minor injuries 240.Worldwide Statistics 1 in 2 million Unsafe acts = 1 Death 1 Death 400 Major injuries 20.000 Unsafe Acts Preventive Approach .000 Near misses 2.

DON’T WALK BY • A proactive method to prevent potential incidents/accidents • Aims to improve our safety culture and our safety performance • An open door policy involving all employees to recognize and report unsafe conditions and acts and take action • Vital tool to eliminate potential hazards .

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REPORTING OF INCIDENTS Ensure you are informing of incidents or near misses happening around you to your supervisors and don’t wait for others to report them & You are Advise to notify your Transguard Call Centre any health and Safety related issue by calling on 800 1 800 .

TTA/13NOV13/V1.3 Transguard Group .

3 Transguard Group THEFT .Theft Theft is grounds for Gross Misconduct Any employee caught stealing from either a client. a co-worker or a member of the general public will face disciplinary action Stealing is a criminal act and therefore you could face time in jail and you will likely be deported TTA/13NOV13/V1.

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