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    II.      HOME SAFETY

  • The following will make your home safer:

  • Fit safety railings and guards on balconies, large windows and stairways.

  • Ensure safe electrical sockets and wiring.

  • Attach non-slip backing to rugs and toilet mats and install non slip flooring.

  • Provide a guard to fire places and radiators.

  • Locate conveniently fire extinguishers, etc.

  • Ensure safe gas and hot water connections.

  • Do not leave toys etc. lying about on the floor or stairs on which you could fall over.

  • Position ladders safely during usage, and avoid standing on chairs, tables, etc.

  • Put away safely, plastic bags, medicines, poisons, insecticides, sharp tools, power equipment, etc.

  • Ensure safety in the kitchen to prevent spillage of hot cooked foods and in handling of hot utensils, water, etc.

  • Do not smoke in bed or keep lighted cigarettes unattended.

  • Observe pool safety around the home swimming pool.

  • Dismantle firearms for storage and keep out of reach of children.

  • Keep matches away from children.

  • Supervise children and aged adults in the bath room, especially during usage of bathtubs and hot water

  • Have emergency telephone numbers of fire brigade, ambulance, doctors, and police handy.
     

 III.      WORK PLACE SAFETY

The first rule of occupation safety is to know and implement all safety standards required by Law.

  • In addition prepare specific safety rules for your organization and follow these rules of safety practice.

  • Attend frequently safety-training schemes of your organization to become specifically aware of safety hazards of your occupation.

  • Pay special attention to the following safety hazards if relevant to your occupation.

  • Hazards relating to Machinery and equipment

  • Hazards relating to slipping and falling in relation to walk ways, uneven pathways, slippery surfaces, ladders, and wearing of appropriate foot wear, helmets etc.

  • Hazards relating to lifting and inured the back and also from appropriate seating.

  • Hazards relating to temperature; wearing of protective clothing, warm or cold air jets for temperature control, etc.

  • Hazards relating to high pressure, boilers, etc.

  • Hazards relating to electricity; use of quality equipment and qualified electricians.

  • Hazards relating to toxic substances; proper identification, storage, handling, disposal, etc

  • Explosion Hazards reduction; by prohibiting smoking in the vicinity, elimination of electric spark, appropriate ventilation, good house keeping, etc.

  • Reduction of radiation hazards, by use of personal monitoring devices, marking of radiation areas, proper storage, handling of disposal, etc.

  • Reduction of noise hazards, by use of sound level monitors, conduction of audiometric tests.
     

  IV.      TRAVEL & VEHICLE SAFETY

Ensure repair, maintenance and road worthiness of your vehicle, i.e. brakes, light, types, etc.

  • Pay full attention while driving.

  • Observe all traffic rules, traffic signals, etc.

  • Drive at safe speeds.

  • Do not drink and drive or drive while taking medications.

  • Do not drive continuously for long duration without a break for rest.

  • Ensure the use of safety belts.

  • Back the car slowly with full vision and view.

  • Never leave children alone in the vehicle, they could play with the gears, never leave the keys in the ignition

  • On a warm day, roll the windows half down before leaving children, pets, etc. inside the car.

  • Pedestrians should also observe road rules of crossing, walking on pavement.

  • Two wheel users should wear protective helmets, and reflective sashes.

 

     V.      RECREATION SAFETY

Know the safety rules of your recreational activities.

  • Ensure the supervision of children and adolescents to keep enthusiasm with in safe limits.

  • Teach children to swim as a life saving rule.

  • Always use beaches patrolled by life saving personnel.

  • In open water, stay with a group.

  • Do not enter unexplored waters.

  • Use water with caution of under water currents, rocks, etc.

  • In case of emergency in water, call for help avoid panic.

  • If boating wear life jackets.

  • Be cautious of the weather.

  • Keep sufficient fuel and supplies handy.

  • Keep the coast guard and others aware of your schedule.

  • If Hiking preferably do so in a group with at least one experienced person.

  • Wear clothing to protect against sun, wind, rain, cold, etc.

  • Keep authorities informed of your plans and route.

  • Carry sufficient water and medical provisions.

  • If lost wait for help and avoid straying.

  • These safety suggestions are by no means exhaustive but are merely suggestive.

  • What is perhaps most important is a safety attitude and commitment.

 

 

 

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