1 SAFETY INTRO

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INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY

SAFETY (SURAKSHYA):

SAFETY (SURAKSHYA) OBJECTIVE To make the job environment safe. To make Workers Safety, Health and Environment conscious .

SAFETY:

SAFETY S : Save A : Always F : Fellow beings (Friends) E : Equipments T : Timely Y : Yourself

Definition:

Definition “ Safety is the freedom from danger & accident”

WHAT IS AN ACCIDENT:

WHAT IS AN ACCIDENT NOBODY DELIBERATELY HAS AN ACCIDENT ACCIDENTS OCCUR DUE TO CAUSES WHICH ARE NOT FORESEEN

ACCIDENT:

ACCIDENT Injury Accident Damage

ACCIDENT:

ACCIDENT Accidents do not just happen They are caused Accidents are PREVENTATIVE Accidents happen due to UNSAFE ACTS and / or UNSAFE CONDITIONS Accidents happen due to NEGATIVE ATTITUDE towards safety practices

PREVENT ACCIDENTS:

PREVENT ACCIDENTS IS WORKING ON MACHINES HAZARDOUS? No, it is not Hazardous….. If you follow Safety Rules If you are Safety Conscious If you are Alert when you work

PREVENT ACCIDENTS:

PREVENT ACCIDENTS Yes, it can be Hazardous…… If you are Careless If you are indifferent to Safety Rules If you are Absent Minded when you work When an accident happens it may be minor, major or fatal IS WORKING ON MACHINES HAZARDOUS?

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PREVENT ACCIDENTS WHY TAKE RISK ? Yourself Others Machine Equipment

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Causes of Accidents o Violation of safety rules and regulations, safe methods and not using safety devices . o Over confidence o Improper dressing o Poor physical fitness o Lack of interest CH / ONTC / PT

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Causes of Accidents o Poor judgment o Fear o Fatigue o Insufficient space o Improper handling of tools, machines and electricity etc CH / ONTC / PT

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Technological Factors: Process Safety Computer Failure Power Failure Emergencies from human error due to: poor training misconduct fatigue drugs/alcohol CAUSES FOR ACCIDENTS

ATTITUDE:

ATTITUDE Attitude is an important factor in the chain of events which leads to… Some ‘ Causing ” Being involved Becoming the victim of an ‘accident’

Safety attitude:

Safety attitude People’s attitudes govern what they do or fail to do A positive attitude towards safety goes a long way in preventing accidents

FIRST IMPRESSION:

FIRST IMPRESSION ‘YOU NEVER GET A SECOND CHANCE TO MAKE A FIRST IMPRESSION’

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES You will be responsible for the way you use equipment How you do your job Use you make of your training Your general attitude to safety

FOUR STEPS TO SAFETY :

FOUR STEPS TO SAFETY Attention on Job Motivation Training Proper use of safety equipments

SAFETY TRAINING:

SAFETY TRAINING

INDUCTION TRAINING (To all before joining at worksite.) :

INDUCTION TRAINING (To all before joining at worksite.) General safety awareness Safe use of PPEs Fire prevention Hazard associated with the job Precautionary measures to be taken

LIFETIME OF REGRET:

LIFETIME OF REGRET “ A MOMENT OF NEGLECT CAN RESULT IN LIFETIME OF REGRET ”

WHY THE HAZARD:

WHY THE HAZARD Fault of some body = HAZARD

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Why a man makes mistake? Four reasons Knowledge Not physically fit Not mentally / Psychologically fit Carelessness / Overconfidence

SAFETY BENEFITS:

SAFETY BENEFITS

ATTENTION:

ATTENTION Proper use of PPEs House keeping • Safe use of hand tools • Safety in welding, gas cutting, grinding etc,. • Electrical safety • Safety during excavation • Safety while working at height.

COST OF ACCIDENTS:

Loss of income Loss of efficiency Loss of money on medical expenses Loss of family pleasures Upset of future plans Mental agony COST OF ACCIDENTS To Nation

COST OF ACCIDENTS:

Loss of good worker or efficiency Loss of effectiveness of the section Loss of time due to the shade and diverted attention Damage to machines and equipment Loss because of sausage Loss of time for report writing COST OF ACCIDENTS

COST OF ACCIDENTS:

Loss of production Delay in completion of job Loss of money Loss of good employee Loss of profits Loss of goodwill COST OF ACCIDENTS

COST OF ACCIDENTS:

COST OF ACCIDENTS Loss of productivity Loss of production Effect on progress Loss of image Loss of wealth

DO NOT WEAR IN WORK PLACE:

DO NOT WEAR IN WORK PLACE

Safety Oath:

Safety Oath

THANK YOU:

THANK YOU

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