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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Safety harness (parachute type) shall be used whenever work is performed at a height of 2 meters or higher unless a suitable platform with handrails is provided.
Suitable eye protection must be used whenever there is a danger of flying particles or splashing of chemicals.
Hearing protection shall be used whenever a noise zone is entered. Earmuffs shall always be worn whenever a jackhammer is used.
Gloves and welding helmet shall always be used for welding operations.
The Contractor is responsible to provide the necessary protective equipment and to ensure that it is used as required.
No one shall work above or on moving machinery, energy driven mechanical apparatus, electrical panel or switchgear unless it has been isolated from power or movement by means of applying a padlock on the main switch.
The Safety Manager must grant permission before padlock can be applied.
No work may be performed above the heads of persons or aisles or roads unless suitable precautions have been taken to ensure the safety of persons and property below. The affected area must also be identified before hand and effectively cordoned off.
All scaffolds and suspended loads must be left safe before leaving work at the end of each day – i.e. loads lowered to the ground, scaffolds securely tied down and all loose tools and equipment secured against falling.
Where scaffolding is erected, handrails, toe boards, etc., must be embodied and all such equipment shall be lowered to the ground under competent supervision.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Procurement of Catering Services forTaking Parliament to the People: T9/2/2010