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1 What is HSE Health and safety considerations apply to all organisations, whether one person or a large multinational. They also apply to every department within an organisation and to every discipline within organisations. Click Here Download
2 Health and Safety Mangement All companies manage safety, environmental protection or the health of their workers They do it if only by complying with applicable legislation or doing nothing, which is also a system (then of non management). Click Here Download
3 Risk Assessment Every year people at work suffer accidents and work related ill health. The impact on the individual can be severe, affecting not only their ability to work but also their personal life. Click Here Download
4 HSE Policy A health and safety policy is a business plan for safety. The health and safety policy is the starting point for the process of managing health and safety. Click Here Download
5 Permit To Work The permit-to-work system should ensure that authorized and competent people have thought about foreseeable risks and those risks are avoided by using suitable precautions. Click Here Download
6 Confined Space Safety A number of people are killed or seriously injured in confined spaces each year around the world. This happens in a wide range of industries, from those involving complex plant to simple storage vessels. Click Here Download
7 Managing Hot Work Many aspects of maintenance and engineering work involve Welding, Burning, Cutting, Grinding and working with Bitumen boilers etc. Click Here Download
8 Lockout-Tagout ockout/Tagout (LOTO) refers to the specific practices and procedures to protect workers from injury due to the unexpected energization or started up again prior to the completion of maintenance. Click Here Download
9 Accident Investigation Accident Investigation is a process that allows management to identify and evaluate the true causes of an accident or incident. Click Here Download
10 Fall Protection For thousands of years man has used ropes and various knots to help or secure objects against the forces of gravity. Some of the earlier users could be found on sailing ships, in church, mosque minarets, temples steeple construction and maintenance, and in tree-trimming trades. Click Here Download
11 Scaffold Safety The construction world , today , cannot be imagined without scaffolding. Scaffolding has a variety of applications. Click Here Download
12 Electrical Safety Electricity can kill or severely injure people and cause damage to property. Every year many accidents at work involving electric shock or burns are reported. Click Here Download
13 PPE(Pesonal Protective Equipment) Worksites today generally are safer than ever, thanks largely to the widespread use of PPE designed to keep workers safe and injury free. Click Here Download
14 Noise Hearing loss from exposure to noise in the workplace is one of the most common of all industrial diseases. Workers can be exposed to high noise levels in workplaces as varied as construction industries, foundries and textile industries. Click Here Download
15 Chemical Safety Chemicals are part of modern life, and we are likely to encounter them everyday - from the chemicals used at work, to products in the home such as paint, and detergents and pesticides used in the garden. Click Here Download
16 Fire Safety This may sound like a contradiction, but the problem with fire prevention on a construction site is the absence of a problem. Fires do not occur with frequency or regularity and therefore workers are not particularly concerned about them. Click Here Download
17 Environment Safety Environment may be broadly understood to mean our surroundings. It can be divided into non-living and living components. The Environment provides resources which support life on the earth. Click Here Download
18 Excavation Safety Construction work is dangerous; and work involving trenching and excavating activities tends to be the most hazardous in the industry. Click Here Download
19 Machine Guarding Amputations are among the most severe and disabling workplace injuries that often result in permanent disability. They are widespread and involve various activities and equipment. Click Here Download
20 Lifting and Rigging safety Each lifting operation has a risk of injury to people. Although many tasks are repetitive and of low risk, Click Here Download
21 Measuring Safety Performance Measurement is a key step in any management process and forms the basis of continual improvement. Click Here Download
22 Emergency Preparedness Emergencies can create a variety of hazards for workers in the impacted area. Preparing before an emergency incident plays a vital role in ensuring that employers and workers. Click Here Download
23 Health and Safety Laws Placing of responsibility on employers comes essentially from the focus given by most health and safety legislation. Click Here Download
24 Driving Safety The majority of road crashes are caused by human error. Research has shown that driver error accounts for over 80% of all fatal and injury crashes. The main causes of death and injury on roads remain speeding Click Here Download
25 Hand Tools Safety Almost all of us use hand tools either at work or at home. Tools are such a common part of our lives that it is difficult to remember that they may also pose hazards. It is estimated that about 8% of industrial accidents involve the unsafe use of hand tools Click Here Download
26 Power Tools Safety Power tools are indispensable for professionals. They are favored as they help users to save time and they also make the job easier. However, they need to be handled carefully otherwise they can lead to injury. Click Here Download
27 Housekeeping Good housekeeping is one of the surest ways to identify a safe workplace. You can tell how workers' feel about safety just by looking at their housekeeping practices. Click Here Download
28 The right safety attitude Humans instinctively seek to avoid pain and death. And yet, we may behave in a manner that is a threat to our well-being. Click Here Download
29 Workplace violence Work-related violence and aggression is defined as: ‘any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work’. Click Here Download
30 Leading causes of on the job injury No one wants to get hurt on the job. Yet each year, millions of workers suffer worksite injuries that are largely preventable Click Here Download
31 Back Safety According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than one million workers suffer back injuries each year, and back injuries account for one of every five workplace injuries or illnesses. Click Here Download
32 The Mechanics of Lifting How Back Works: Back injuries are the most common type of warehouse accident. That’s because, no matter what our duties, we are constantly using our backs—to support our bodies, to bend, twist, sit, stand, and even to lie down. Click Here Download
33 Pinch Point A pinch point is any point where you can catch a part of your body between moving parts of machinery, equipment or materials. Click Here Download
34 Working safety with grinders Injuries and incidents related to grinders constitute a huge amount in workplace accidents. They are often very serious and many of them bring permanent disability or even death. Click Here Download
35 Hot weather and heat stress At times, workers may be required to work in hot environments for long periods. When the human body is unable to maintain a normal temperature, heat- related illnesses can occur and may result in death. Click Here Download
36 Hand Safety Hand is one of the most complex parts of your body. Its intricate structure is a finely tuned movement of nerves, tendons, tissues and bones working together as a unit. Click Here Download
37 Emergency Response An emergency is a situation that poses an immediate risk to health, life, property or environment. Click Here Download
38 Nearmiss Reporting A Near Miss is an unplanned event that did not result in injury, illness, damage or product loss - but had the potential to do so. The difference between a near miss and a full blown incident is often a fraction of a second or a fraction of an inch that may not be there the next time. Near misses are warnings of accidents in the making Click Here Download
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