Elevators Safety at workplace

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Dear All,

Today’s incident:

  • Around 11.00 Am of today (27.07.2016) we were going down by using Elevators (R-1), suddenly the Elevator got stuck in between 1st– 2nd
  • There was Elevator security people helped to come out after 15mins through ladder safely.
  • Thanks to the Elevator Security people, they all came on time and help us.

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Tips For Using Elevators/ in case of emergency

  • Push the ALARM button
  • COMMUNICATE with people outside
  • REMAIN in the Elevator
  • WAIT for the Elevator Technician
  • If you have phone call  to the EMERGENCY HELP NUMBER

Office Safety Tips – Safety in the Workplace

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Office safety is very essential in today’s world. Not only is it essential, but it is also very important to be aware of several safety rules and regulations, as not doing so could hamper the smooth functioning of an office. Safety at the workplace involves making arrangements so as to avoid accidents. At the same time, it also involves being alert to certain hazards and having knowledge about the measures used to overcome them.

Safety in the Workplace

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The best course of action for safety is to plan ahead for all kinds of emergencies. Think fire, think electric shock – absolutely anything and everything that you can think about. Make a list of all these emergencies. Based on this list, make another list of the things that you need to have at your workplace to ensure the safety of your employees. And then, install these things. It also makes sense to look at local regulations concerning office safety. These may not be comprehensive, but would provide enough guidelines to work on.
Clean It Up
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Keep your working area neat and clean. Piles of papers and stacks of files combined with a tangle of wires are a disaster waiting to happen, on several fronts. A clean work space will also enable you to identify a problem, and tackle it faster and more effectively.
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Ensure that all your doors and windows have security locks. If you are an establishment that deals with cash on a daily basis, you may attract thieves. Install security cameras at the doors and exits. This will help record the images of thieves and such, and help the police in locating culprits.
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In order to avoid slipping and injury, it is essential to have the floors moped clean and dry. Also, the walkways and stairways should have good lighting.
Pain in the Neck!!!
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Employees should make sure that their computers and keyboards are kept at a proper position to avoid eye and wrist problems, respectively.
CUT!!!!!!!
Sharp objects like scissors, blades, paper cutters, staple pins, etc., should be kept away and at safe places, to maintain the safety of employees in the office.
Electrical / Fire Safety
Where’s the Fire?

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Install fire alarms. Practice fire drills with your employees. During the practice sessions, ensure that all the employees follow the rules (such as getting low on the floor, closing the doors and windows to contain the fire, etc.). Mark all the exits with noticeable signs, so that employees know where to go to in case such an emergency occurs. Never lock these exits, but be sure to install security cameras on these doors. Better still, install fireproof furniture in the office.
Shocked!!!!
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Ensure that all the workstations, machines, etc., are installed properly. While installing electric equipment and appliances, ensure that the wiring and switchboards are earthed properly, so as to prevent electric shocks. It is recommended to keep all the wires and cords off the floor, so as to prevent injuries caused due to tripping.
Water and electricity should never be very close to each other. Also note that, the electric plugs at cubicles should be away from places where water or coffee spills are most likely to occur.

Home safety issues in a fun and engaging way for Kids

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The story is set in a family home as the family prepares for Sam’s birthday party. The story is told in picture form as well as simple one line sentences and is all about the day of Sam’s birthday.

Page 1 shows Sam in the kitchen with Mum. Tiger, his cat, is also with them. Mum is preparing breakfast. There is a range of dangerous items and risks shown.

Page 2 shows Sam’s sister, Poppy, baking a birthday cake with Gran. Tiger is seen lapping up spilt milk and again there’s a range of potential dangers.

Page 3 shows Sam rushing into the room and Grandpa snoozing on the chair. Tiger’s knocked over a vase of flowers and there are many dangerous things in the lounge.

Page 4 shows Dad busy cleaning the hallway and again many potential hazards can be seen.

Page 5 shows Sam in his bedroom playing. It’s a typical young boy’s room but is full of risks and hazards.

Page 6 shows Gran running a bath for Poppy surrounded by a range of dangerous things.

Page 7 shows Mum and Dad finishing fixing a surprise present for Sam – a garden climbing frame but the shed is a really dangerous place with tools and poisons.

Page 8 shows the family out in the garden trying to get the barbecue ready but the wind is blowing and it’s a bit risky.

Page 9 shows the party in full swing with all the guests at Sam’s birthday party. Even though everyone’s having fun, there are lots of dangers to look out for.

The main things to talk about on each page are:

Home Safety Screen shotPage 1: The Kitchen

  • Sharp knives left out
  • Electrical cables hanging that can be caught and pull the kettle down
  • Hot things like the kettle and toaster that can scald or burn
  • Poisonous chemicals and cleaning things

Home Safety Screen shotPage 2: The Kitchen

  • Hot ovens and open gas flames
  • Tea towels left near flames on cooker
  • Saucepan handles sticking out that can be knocked and pour boiling liquid down
  • Dropping sticky food stuff on floor where you could slip or trip
  • Wobbly high stools where you could fall

Home Safety Screen shotPage 3: The Lounge

  • Overloaded electricity sockets, which could catch fire and burn, or you could trip on cables
  • Tripping over ruckled rugs
  • Too many toys left on the floor where you could trip
  • Broken glass vases where you could cut yourself

Home Safety Screen shotPage 4: The Hallway

  • Cables from hoover where you could trip
  • Glass bowls on edges of table which could fall and break
  • Reaching up whilst on stairs where you could overbalance and fall
  • Hot irons left out
  • Open wall socket

Home Safety Screen shotPage 5: The Bedroom

  • An open window where you could fall out
  • Broken drinking glass where you could cut yourself
  • Old biscuits left out, which could be mouldy
  • A banana skin on the floor where you could slip or trip
  • Open socket

Home Safety Screen shotPage 6: The Bathroom

  • Medicines and tablets, which can be poisonous if not prescribed for you
  • Open sharp scissors that could cut
  • Mat where you could trip
  • Hot tap left running on full where you could burn yourself
  • A full bath where you could drown

Home Safety Screen shotPage 7: The Shed

  • Huge number of sharp pointed tools that can cut or hurt
  • Electric cable, which could be tripped over or pulled at
  • The drill itself, which is electric
  • Open socket
  • Nails and screws, which are not only sharp but very dangerous if put in the mouth
  • Cat litter which is poisonous
  • Fuel for lawn mower, which is poisonous

Home Safety Screen shotPage 8: The Barbecue

  • Open matches, which could start a fire
  • Hot barbecue, which could burn
  • Wind blowing tablecloth, which could catch light on the barbecue flames
  • Broken bottle on the ground, which could cut

Home Safety Screen shotPage 9: The Garden Party

  • Pointed sharp barbecue tools
  • Hot flames of the barbecue
  • Spilt drink where you could slip
  • Dangerous tools in the shed

Four main examples of dangers can be found on each page and these can be discussed with the children as they find each one but there are other potential risks that may cause problems too. Key safety messages include:

  • understanding what danger is and keeping an eye out for it
  • staying away from fire and things that are hot
  • not touching sharp things
  • recognising and avoiding poisonous things (including old food and medicine)
  • being careful when moving about
  • cleaning up mess or spills that can be tripped over or slipped on
  • avoiding dangerous places like garden sheds
  • not leaving things in places where they can fall and break.