مهندس عبدالصمد احمدوند

وب سایت تخصصی ایمنی، بهداشت ، محیط زیست (HSE)

مهندس عبدالصمد احمدوند

SAFETY HAND BOOK

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SAFETY HAND BOOK SAFETY HAND BOOK

An emergency is an actual or imminent occurrencesuch as an accident, fire, bomb threat, gas and chemical explosion, flood or storm, collapse of a building or structure which

SAFETY   HAND BOOK

An emergency is an actual or imminent occurrencesuch as an accident, fire, bomb threat, gas and chemical explosion, flood or storm, collapse of a building or structure which

 • Endangers, or threatens to endanger the health or safety of persons, or • Destroys or damages, or threatens to destroy or damage property Make sure you always know what to do in an emergency. Your site should have an emergency plan displayed prominently to instruct all workers and visitors of the following: • The alarm signal for evacuation • The correct way to exit the building • What you should do and what you should not do in an emergency • The safe assembly point • The site personnel in charge of emergencies • Contact for emergency and rescue services A register of who is on site should be kept so that in the case of an emergency everyone can be accounted for. Undertake a head count to determine if all workers have been evacuated. Re-entry to the site should only be done when an authorised person gives the ‘all clear’. e.g. Fire brigade

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