Confined space presents itself as a dual challenge to the workplace. It not only combines a mother of checklists unlike any other task assigned, there is also the case for impeccable coordination between the designated team members. Safe working in confined space is like a ticking metronome,
11 March 2019
Dismantling, breaking, or destroying of any fixed building or any structure or any of its parts comes under demolition. Naturally every building structure must be of limited validity. Building validity depends upon the ground properties, material properties, structural design, erection quality, and others etc.
23 February 2019
When establishing safe working arrangements for lone workers, employers need to know the law and standards that may apply to their specific work activity. Lone workers should not be at more risk than other employees and requires extra risk control measures.
22 February 2019
Lone workers occupy some of the most challenging and dangerous jobs. The constant fear of physical harm takes a toll on lone workers, and their lack of safety confidence can lead to a reduced level of performance, a lower level of engagement with the organization. Lone workers are those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision
14 February 2019
Load lifting, which is an act to oppose gravitational pull towards the centre of the earth, attempted manually or by deploying mechanized means with or without prime mover, remains a very hazardous activity. It claims a large share of accidents at workplace. Correct lifting can move large objects efficiently whereas incorrect lifting can lead to disastrous accidents.
22 January 2019
This safety intelligence can arise from dialogue between the informed citizenry, civic authorities and developers who are shaping the urban landscape. However, the first step to preventing fires in public spaces remains vigilance and awareness. Only they can get the ball to start rolling and prevent further tragedies.