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malathi-thilaheshwaran
Building layout plan is not amended and approved with the addition of boiler.
From India, Tirupur
malathi-thilaheshwaran
One of the major evacuation exit route in sewing floor is obstructed with pillars in the midle. Also one of the other exit route near packing is used for storing packed goods.
From India, Tirupur
malathi-thilaheshwaran
Evacuation plan and exit lights are not provided for B&C room, Ironing section and ctpat area.
From India, Tirupur
malathi-thilaheshwaran
No fire alarm call points provided in the midle of the production floor
From India, Tirupur
malathi-thilaheshwaran
Pressure vessel certificate is not obtained for the 1st half of 2023.
From India, Tirupur
malathi-thilaheshwaran
Inadequate stack height. The electrician does not have a C licence
From India, Tirupur
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi,

Your question is ambiguous. It is the responsibility of the employer to ensure that exit routes are without any obstruction or unwanted things are just dumped on the way.

Normally, a workplace must have at least two exit routes to permit prompt evacuation of employees and other building occupants during an emergency. More than two exits are required. Exit routes must be located as far away as practical from each other in case one is blocked by fire or smoke.

Note : : If the number of employees, the size of the building, its occupancy, or the arrangement of the workplace allows all employees to evacuate safely during an emergency, one exit route is permitted

From India, Madras
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi,

You had posted many questions in different threads as below ?

https://www.citehr.com/641365-health...gulations.html

https://www.citehr.com/641362-health-safety.html

https://www.citehr.com/641362-health-safety.html

https://www.citehr.com/641362-health-safety.html

https://www.citehr.com/641360-compli...gulations.html

https://www.citehr.com/641356-compen...-benefits.html

If you are the Employer or HR of the employer you need to look for solution.

" The electrician does not have a C license" :- Solution is to hire a Electrician with C license.

I would suggest you use one thread for all your questions.

From India, Madras
jeevarathnam
633

Better people share all the observations in single post rather than multiple posts which will be a challenge in providing the solutions. As mush as possible person who posts should try to find the solutions in multiple threads & still any doubts better to post
From India, Bangalore
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