CHAPTER 3: Implementation
3.2) Construction and Working
In this machine, the hopper consists of mixture of the sand, cement and water is placed over the semi-open type radial impeller. The impeller is connected with the electric motor through shaft. The power is supplied to the electric motor. Now appropriate quantity of slurry is fed to the impeller through hopper. Now due to the rotation of impeller slurry is displaced by the application of centrifugal force & it will acts on the wall with required velocity.
3.3) Components Semi-open type Radial impeller
3.4 ) Material selection
Semi-open type Radial impeller Aluminum, Titanium
Electric motor -
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Improved worker health and safety through a reduction in the manual handling involved in the normally exhausting and repetitive plastering process. Through introduction of innovative technology, the plastering trade will become a more attractive career choice. Improved plastering quality and decreasing the plastering time.
Features of automatic wall plastering machine which overcome the limitations of existing machines:
There is no requirement of air compressor, pumps, and nozzles as compared with other machines. There is less maintenance is required because of lesser number of components. Easy to operate even, Single worker can operate the machine. It is less expensive than existing machines. It will avoid wastages of the mortar, thus to save the cost.
Disadvantages Process takes long time Consumes additional human power The labour cost increase skilled workers are required Low quality work Wastage of material is high
This assignment seeks to discuss three key themes in relation to Manual handling in the health care sector and will describe the literature which supports this. This topic has been chosen as the handling of patients plays an important role in Health and Social care. NHS, (2010, p. 3) states that 'Manual handling is a core competency for staff caring for patients'. This assignment will look at the importance of training that is required to ensure competent and safe use of equipment and the moving and handling of patients. Secondly this assignment will go on to describe how poor manual handling can affect Patients. There are many problems that can arise from incorrect manual handling, therefore this assignment will focus on the risk of
* Improvement to physical environments such as lifts, ramps, room layout, higher desks, and wider doors and so on.
Before I start work, I ensure that the environment is spacious to avoid any accidents. By ensuring that the floor is dry and clear of any obstruction or material that could result to risk of an accident to both the service user and member of staff in line with Health and Safety first Aids Regulations 1987. I carry out checks on the residential areas and on the surroundings, fire checks and parked the wheelchairs and Zimmer frames in their appropriate places to avoid any accidents. I check to see that all doors and windows were locked and secured and areas are hazard
It is better to put a soundproof enclosure around a noisy machine than to expect everyone who might be exposed to the machine's noise to wear hearing protection for example compressors.
Describe how current health and safety legislation, policies and procedures are implemented in the setting
health and safety procedures and practises should be under continual scrutiny and areas for improvement should be monitored and dealt with. A good method of monitoring & improving are health, safety and security procedures are visually. Check visitors have signed in the visitor’s book, look for items blocking fire exits or hallways, wet signs are in place during cleaning, COSHH cupboards are kept locked, medication trolleys are secure, hoists are clean and stored in a correct storage place. Policies and procedures need to be reviewed regularly to ensure they are still relevant, circumstances in workplace can change and new risk assessments will need to be put in place or old ones reviewed. Policies and procedures may need evaluating and developing
In the workplace employees need to put these safe ways of working into practice; for
You have been asked to contribute to an induction day for new staff. You are to prepare a presentation about Health and Safety. It must include the following:
Also to protect people during the lifting, carrying and moving of equipment or children, often those with disabilities, with the aim of preventing injury such as sprains and strains. It aims to inform people with the necessary information through policy and procedure , for example, knowing the safe weights to be lifted and when two people are required to lift etc,.
Before the appointment of the lady inspectors, health and safety regulations were slowly being implemented across the United Kingdom. Technological advancements brought forth by industrialisation throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries meant that the workplace was changing, and as such new challenges for workers were created. In the new working environments, dangerous and unhealthy conditions were rife. Accidents were extremely common in the new working environments and for example, in Manchester Infirmary in 1832, one quarter of all in-patients admitted came from factory related accidents. Long working hours led to exhaustion, and frequently led to injury or death as important jobs, such as the opening of ventilation flats in the
Having new conditions will make less worries for people at work and have saved people at work. The number of deaths in fires are lower now because of new, safer conditions. People’s comfort and safety rely on conditions at work or being inside public
* Improving labourer training procedures, leading to increased productivity, lower reject rates. These improvements will also increase style and quality ratings, as consumers know associate this with the extra effort and attention to detail put into each pair of shoes