Human Resources Health and Safety Measures

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HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES ASSIGNMENT Index 1. GENERAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES: 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.2 DEFINITION 1.3 NEED FOR SAFETY MEASURES 1.4 PROCEDURES 1.5 HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES DEFINED BY THE WORK ACT 1974 1.6 WORKPLACE (HEALTH,SAFETY AND WELFARE) REGULATIONS 1992 2. LARSEN AND TOUBRO COMPANY : 2.1 HISTORY 2.2 THE JOURNEY 2.3 EXPANDING HORIZONS 2.4 OVERVIEW 2.5 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES OF L&T 2.5.1 EHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 2.6 PRECAUTIONS 2.7 SAFETY 2.7.1 SAFETY TRAINING 2.7.2 PROJECT-SITE PRACTICES 2.7.3 SOME SAFETY AWARDS GENERAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES >> Introduction: Increasing number of accidents involving workers has drawn our attention towards safety…show more content…
> All personnel going on site must be thoroughly briefed on anticipated hazards, and trained on equipment to be worn, safety procedures, emergency procedures, and communications. 3. General Work Practices: >This health and safety program shall be available to all employees. > Legible and understandable precautionary labels shall be affixed prominently to containers of chemicals, materials, and contaminated scrap, debris or clothing. This material will be labeled in accordance with appropriate local, state and Federal standards. > All confined space work must comply with local, state and Federal regulations. >The nearest hospital or medical care facility shall be located. Emergency phone numbers(police, fire, hospital, ambulance, poison center) shall be available on-site in case of incident. >> HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES DEFINED BY THE WORK ACT 1974: This contains a statement of general policy based on the legal duties under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. It also contains sections in which organisational responsibilities and arrangements to ensure the health and safety are stated. It outlines the following areas to be covered in the statement > Health and safety policy statement - Statement of general policy, signed and dated > Responsibilities - overall, day-to-day, specific areas >
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