Dear Sirs,
One of our workmen got eye injury when he tried to clean his cloths with compressed air nozzle. I have planned for a training next week for the workmen.
I want a include a video to explain Danger of using compressed air to clean cloths in workplace. Can any of you help me with videos?
Thank you
Regards,
SSM

From India, Madras
hansa vyas
198

a good learner always
Dear SSM, plz find the video. Regrds, hansa vyas
From India, Udaipur

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hansa vyas
198

a good learner always
Dear SSM, plz find the video. Regrds, hansa vyas
From India, Udaipur

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raghuvaran chakkaravarthy
491

Environmental, Health and safety
Dear hansa, Again nice one from your side. . . I am busy with my studies i will back very soon like earlier. . . Keep up the good work. . keep on sharing. . .
From United States, Fpo
PTRC
45

Working with NGO
You may visit following face book page. You may also post your request there: Workplace and Environmental Health and Safety Films from the Past
From India, Coimbatore
Dear all,
i saw this video but not sutable for the above question so i request you all please send material or video for compressed air used for cloth cleaning. This video is out of topic so pl send it. am waiting. hope you ppl have it.

From India, Mumbai
boss2966
1168

Industrial Relations
The compressed air is very dangerous to use for cleaning our cloths in any industry.
In a fraction of second it can damage our eyes. With the speed of air the retina in our eyevwill get perforated, and the air can cause perforation in our ear drum too. If the compressed air got blew in any cut wound, then the area will get swelling.
So the Usage of compressed air for cleaning the cloth should be avoided.

From India, Kumbakonam
dipil
700

Safety Consultant
@boss2966
First of all thanks a lot for your valuable input into the thread...
In our plant, the loaders & packers of cement bags are using compressed air for dust cleaning from their body parts as well as from cloths... As per your posting, it's unsafe... So what suitable alternative we should suggest to them? Can you please let me know the answer?
@SSM
Thanks for starting such thread... I am not having any relevant video right now... Let me search it out in my colletion and if getting will share with you soon...

From India
dipil
700

Safety Consultant
@SSM & Avinashevs
Go through the below link and you will find out one related video on the hazards of compressed air usage...
A Short Video on Compressed Air Safety Training | Chemical Plant Safety Blog
@All
If anyone in the forum knows how to download the movies from youtube please let me know the procedure...

From India
dipil
700

Safety Consultant
Dear SSM
As you said in your earlier post that you going to give training to workers on not use of compressed air for cleaning purpose... What the alternative arragement you are suggesting? DO let me know please...

From India

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