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INTRODUCTION

Good safety practices & good management go hand in hand. We as a Telecom infrastructure builder do not need to be loosing time because an accident occurred & we need to find a replacement worker. We appreciate that “Accident Hurt”, “Accident Cost” & “Accident can be avoided”. We could manage to avoid accidents by taking the time to ensure proper equipment’s & facilities for safe & hazard free work.

Proper instructions, guidance, demonstration have been given to employees. “Lack of time” is not a factor to influence our safety. When we are stressed & preoccupied with the work at hand, safety practices at work places does not suffer.

With over a decades experience in infrastructure industry we understand how important”Safety” is in the work place. Our mission is to provide our customers with installation of electrical/Electronic equipment’s that help to secure a safe working environment. Use of wide range of safety equipment’s has help us to protect the assets that are more valuable to our business i.e. employee & equipment’s.

Electricity Safety Management

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought. Some employees, such as engineers, electricians work with electricity directly. Electricity has long being recognized as a serious workplace hazard exposing employees to such dangers as electric shock, electrocution, fires & explosions. To minimize such potential hazards we are practicing as under :

  • We are using specified design & quality tools.
  • We carry out periodic inspection of the tools & kits for its workability & safety.
  • Every time when tools are issued for use at site, each & every tool is examined & similarly at the time of return of tools to stores. The tools found unfit to use are destroyed/cut into pieces to ensure that it cannot be reuse.
  • Tools requiring calibration are tested in-house & periodic calibration is done in line with manufacturers guidelines

Tower Safety Management:

Falls are the most serious potential safety problem. Towers are rigged with a 11-mm nylon safety line attached to a fixed point on top of the tower. This line is to be used as a fall protection for anyone climbing the tower.

Untrained users can injure themselves and equipment. Therefore, only members of the team who have the required safety training and are approved /have permission may use the tower. All new users are required to read the safety instructions detailing the hazards and ways to avoid them and follow the safety regulations. (They will sign a form to confirm that they have read and understood the instructions and agree to follow them unconditionally).

To assist in calling emergency workers and providing first-aid, a minimum of two people must be on site whenever either tower is climbed. Exceptions are strongly discouraged, but may be approved in unusual circumstances and such Permission can be obtained on a case-by-case basis. When climbing the towers alone, the worker MUST adhere strictly to a check-in system (i.e., to Quality Manager immediately before climbing the tower and immediately after reaching the ground. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES are workers to climb the tower alone without permission or without checking in with a team leader. If one of the team leaders is climbing the tower alone, he need to check in with another team leader. The Q.M. will make every effort to ensure the presence of at least two people when anyone is climbing the tower.

Each worker will:

Leave their daily schedule with other team members and record their daily schedule in a designated logbook. Have a cell phone for contact in an emergency. Have a first aid kit with the team.

Ensure at least two people are on site whenever anyone is climbing the tower, unless an exception is granted by Quality Manager.

ALWAYS wear an approved safety harness when climbing the tower.

Use an approved ascender attached to the safety rope when climbing the tower. Wear two approved lanyards and always have one attached to a safe anchorage. Wear a hardhat (with a chin strap).

Have basic first aid training.

Wear appropriate clothing to minimize injury.

Report all observed or suspected violations of this safety plan to Q.M.

Fall protection work plan:

Fall hazards in the work area. Climbing the towers, taking measurements or installing scientific equipment on the work platforms, and working on the tower itself.

Methods of fall arrest and fall restraint. On the work platform, fall restraint will be provided by guardrails. Workers will also remain anchored to the tower at all times. Fall arrest will be provided while climbing and working on the tower platforms by a harness attached to lanyard.

Correct procedures for assembly, maintenance, inspection and disassembly of the fall protection system. The safety rope for climbing the tower will be kept on site.

Before climbing the tower:

Inspect safety rope to see if it is worn or frayed. When not in use, coil the rope and store it in a duffel bag. Do not carry any other equipment in this bag.

Any equipment that is frayed or worn must be replaced before using or climbing the tower.

Pull the safety rope to the top of the tower by means of a light rope run through the pulley. Secure the free ends of the safety rope to the bottom of the tower with a figure 8 knot. Check that the safety rope is secure.

Safety Ropes are essentially discarded from the stock after one year of use these are cut into pieces so as to make it as not useable. We have a tracking for equipment’s by serial No. and its date of purchase’

Climbing the tower:

Inspect the harness, lanyards and ascender to make sure that they are not frayed or worn. Any equipment that is frayed or worn must be replaced before using or climbing the tower.

Attach an approved ascender to the body harness. Attach the ascender to the safety climbing rope. Begin climbing the tower.

Climb slowly and carefully and keep one hand on the tower at all times. Take a break every 20 ft on the appropriate resting platform.

When reaches the work platform or working height, attach your lanyard to a safe point. Then remove the ascender from the safety rope. Do not remove the ascender from the safety rope until you are securely anchored to the tower.

Working on the tower:

If you need to move beyond the reach of your lanyard, attach the first lanyard to a safe point before moving the second lanyard.

Always keep the lanyard attached to your harness, and always keep one lanyard attached to a safe point on the tower.

Equipment maintenance:

All equipment on the tower will be attached to the tower with metal U-bolts, clamps, or heavy-duty nylon cable ties.

All equipment will be of such material and design to have a minimum tensile strength of 5000 pounds.

Inspect all harnesses, ascenders, lanyards and karabiners after use to make sure they are not frayed or worn.

Clean if necessary, and store in a special duffel bag used only for this equipment. Do not carry other equipment in this bag.

Inspect the safety rope to see if it is worn or frayed, then coil the rope and store it in a designated duffel bag. Do not carry any other equipment in this bag.

Any equipment that is worn or frayed must be replaced before it can be used to climb or work on the tower.

Providing overhead protection:

The fenced area (24’x 24’) around the towers is designated as a “hardhat area”. Visitors will be requested to remain outside the fence unless authorized to safely climb the tower. All equipment used will be secured to the tower. Any tools used on the tower will be secured to the tower or to a belt on the worker.

Emergency Protocol

Every team will have a cellular phone for requesting emergency help. All authorized personnel are given a list of local emergency response phone numbers.

In an emergency:

Stay calm Immediately contact the proper emergency personnel. Immediately contact the other teams in the field.

Apply first aid if possible.

Stay in phone contact and assist rescue workers in locating the site.

Contacts and Phone Numbers:

  • Nearest Hospital.
  • No. of Quality Manager & Project Manager.
  • No. of ambulance.
  • HEALTH AND SAFETY Declaration

    • Shree Ganesh Buildtech Construction Pvt. Ltd. Company follows the highest standards for quality, work and Environment.
    • We shall strive to achieve the highest standard in the areas of quality, Health, Safety and environment by supporting and facilitating the continuous process of improvement, within the legal borders and known 'best practices,
    • Each person is primarily responsible for his. Her own safety and that of his/her colleagues. we expect that :potential:, risky situations will ire signaled to that these can be addressed and resolved.
    • The supervisors’ of different departments will be held personally responsible for resolving potentially risky situations.
    • Employees are bound to the Quality, Health & Safety. And. Environment demands and agreements applicable to SGBCPL.
    • All employees shall carry out Vide duties in a safe and correct manner, in keeping with the procedures and guidelines that have been determined & mentioned in our safety &. Health policy. All supervisors will be held responsible for maintaining these procedures and guidelines.
    • SGBCPL, trust that everybody will support each other and achieving the highest standards of quality, health & safety and environment.

    Safety Declaration

Reach Us

Shree Ganesh Buildtech Construction Private Limited :
1/1857-A, Plot No-2 Moti Ram Road Shahdara, DELHI-110032
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Customer Care : 011-22574509 Email : sgbcpl@sgbcpl.in

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