Boss2966
Industrial Relations
Raghuvaran Chakkaravarthy
Environmental, Health And Safety
Hansa Vyas
A Good Learner Always
Asudhir17
Agm Ehs And Project Management
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Team, Enclosed is a good safety practice that highlights some of construction safe work practices in the job sites. Feel free to share with your employees. Hope information helps.
From United States, Fpo

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File Type: pdf Good Safety Practices.pdf (5.52 MB, 2613 views)

Dear Raghu,
Nice to see your post. I have downloaded the attachment, will check & give feedback.
Still thanks for sharing. It must be very nice as shared by you.
Regards,
Inderjeet Singh,
"Born to lead."

From India, Rajsamand
Dear Raghu
Thank you for sharing such useful presentation on Construction Safety. You can add some more like scaffolding safety (green Tag and Red Tag), Electrical Safety, Underground Cabling colour code, Tower Crane safety and action to be taken while strong wind/Gale is on, Rig Safety, Usage & inspection of ELCB, Provision of Debris Chute, some health and environment related slides, Safe Machine handling like cutting machine, Bar bending machine, and other construction related materials.

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Raghu, very nice post...some good practices of this site, we can also replicate at our project sites also. Raghu what does P.E. in attachment means..any idea.. Regards, hansa
From India, Udaipur
Dear Raghu, Excellent one! Realy useful to construction sites. If properly implemented the incidences would certainly go down. Thanks & Regards, Sudhir
From India, Nasik
Dear Raghu
You can even add the Road Safety also, because nowadays we are unable to accommodate the workers within our construction site and we are forced to accommodate them outside our premises. Hence we are using buses for shifting the workers from Labour Camp to Workspot and back.

From India, Kumbakonam
I have just gone through the PPT. It’s really usefull. Thanks a ton for sharing.
From India, Delhi
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