Our mission is to hand over superior facilities to our Clients through construction work completed without any accidents or injuries
Providing common PPEs include goggles, helmets, gloves, ear muffs or plugs, boots, and high visibility vests and suits to all workers and visitors in the construction site to reduce exposure to various hazards on the worksite.
Providing, separate training to understand safety signs allow management to warn and raise health and safety awareness for employees and visitors. Appropriately place them around the site where necessary, which is employees should be familiar with the construction site safety tips and different signs: prohibition signs, mandatory signs, warning signs, safe condition signs, and firefighting equipment signs.
Providing separate training to ensure that debris, dust, loose nails, and stagnant water from excavations and backfilling is not just lying around the site, the construction site must clean daily and remain clutter-free to prevent slips and trips.
Providing separate training to ensure that no tools are lying around, and leave lights and power tools unplugged. Following construction site rules will help prevent tools from getting damaged or even causing injury to workers. Organizing them in their rightful place will also allow for easy navigation.
Providing separate training, often, accidents occur due to the misuse of a tool or equipment. Avoid using makeshift tools. Instead, use the correct tool to get the job done quicker and safer.
Providing separate training regarding emergency response plans directs the workforce on what to do when emergencies like natural disasters, fire, hazardous material spills, or other types of incidents occur. Have a dedicated team responsible for managing emergency crises, answering questions, and reporting potential hazards, quality issues, or near misses.
Providing Internal training to ensure safety on site is placed engineering controls such as barriers, fences, and safeguards. These will help isolate people from hazardous areas with high-voltage electricity or chemicals with toxic fumes.
Teaching practically, before commencing work, ensures that tools and equipment to be used are free of defects or damage.
Providing separate training to workers how to report defects and near misses on site as soon as they notice them. Problems can only be solved when they are made aware of by management. The sooner issues get reported, the fewer chances of them worsening and causing accidents or further damage.