Dipil
Safety Consultant
Skhadir
Strategic Business Management Includes Revenue
Globaloverseas144
Soical Compliance Auditing
Abhaygirish
Hr Executive
+3 Others

Dear Seniors,
I am workong with a civil construction company where HSE department is formed a few weeks ago.
In a small time period we have implimented good Safety procedures in our all Sites.
Now i want to Highlight Safety in the market, which will help us to achive more contracts.
Plese suggest me Tips to highligt my organaization's Safety.

From India, Pune
Participate in various safety award copetitions. Update ur company website , Ask ur HR dept. to add some lines about ur worldclass safety culture/infrastructure while publishing any advertise for recruitments
publish safety achievements in ur annual reports .... add so many points..
Regards
Abhay

From India, Mumbai
hi Guys.. i too join in a steel manufacturing co..i also need some basic important tips in implementing safety measures
From India, Mumbai
Dear Ajivasudev

Warm welcome to the forum...

Let me share my view regarding your case... Nowadays all the major industries in India are giving high importance to Safety... They are doing a good amount of homework before giving a contract to the construction companies...

Following are the steps included in Contractor Safety Management System:

1. Contractor Selection

2. Contract Preparation

3. Contract Award

4. Orientation and Training

5. Managing the Work

6. Periodic Evaluation

Your question comes in the first step... For this any reputed company before selecting a contractor will ask and analyze the data for the last three years... Mainly will access the following:

1. Amount of Insurance Payed during last three years

2. Incident data of last three years

3. Any legal cases on the company from the last three years

4. A through survey of contractor performace which mainly includes the following:

*Has the contractor had previous successful performance here or at other companies?

*Does the contractor have qualified, trained, experienced personnel and supervision for all safety aspects of the work?

*Does the contractor have a formal (written) safety program, conduct job safety inspections, and maintain incident investigation logs?

*Is the contractor insured and bonded?

*Does the contractor have sufficient resources (equipment, staff) to complete the work safely?

*Can the contractor adequately monitor subcontractor activity?

*Are their written safety programs credible, comprehensive, and current?

*Can the contractor show evidence that the programs are effective (for example, do they have safety audit records with measurable results)?

*Is there documentation of safety training, as well as appropriate certifications and licensing?

*Are there clearly delineated safety roles and responsibilities for everyone in the contractor organization: management, staff, supervision, workers?

*Workers knowledge?

*Medical checkups?

*Referances from previos employer

I think from all the above you will get some idea... It's not so easy to become a reputed company... There must be system based working, then only we can acheive it... It's not possible when comes Individuals Working... So you prepare your action plan with clear objectives and goals where you and your company wants to reach after three years... Then make action plan to accomplish all these goals...

Remember: All these is possible only with a clear will and support of your management... All the best...

Hope this will help you...

From India
@Dipil Kumar V.
Dear Sir,
Thank you very much for your advice.
sir, as a first step i'll make a formal Safety Program for my Org. I'll send it to you first for your reference and comments. After that i'll make a clear action plan to achive my goals along with my management. hoping for your valuable help in the future also.
Warm regards,

From India, Pune
Is your company certified by OHSAS? If yes then your company will automatically highlighted in the market as OHSAS is the best ORGANIZATION emphasizing HSE PROCEDURES. With profound regards
From India, Chennai
Dear Ajivasudev,
Firstly you need to follows the Environmental & Health & safety norms in your organisation and conduct the risk analysis,
after completion of risk analysis ,you can get idea of requirements/space for further improvements.
Please find attached one page of the risk analysis and you can have idea of requirements,we do the risk analysis on all big group.
Whole report we are not sharing with you because confidentiality of factory/organisation's issues.
If you really need this ,we can conduct the risk analysis at your organisation and you can have a full idea for upto next 5 years plan.
best Regards
Global Overseas-Delhi office
Mohammad Sajid Ansari
+91-9899775578
info at globaloverseas dot in

From India, Delhi

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...you need to take multiple rounds in a day in proper gear and counsel any person you meet irrespective of whether he is violating some standard. Like even to an ok guy ask a few questions and tell that he is doing a good job on safety and that his family must be proud of him. The effect of this is people get into a habit if somebody keeps asking day in and day out and there is a lot of peer pressure that builds up. You also need to ask people to be vigilant about people who violate safety norms or adopt shortcuts as it may be his mistake that may cause injury to you...plus you can have a safety day in a week anointed where even the plant manager joins the workers in the canteen for a word or two and raise a toast over juice or soup....and so on.
From India, Ahmadabad
Please get your company OHSAS certified. I am sure your company will feel the major difference. with profound regards Khadir
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