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    FOREWORD

    Accidents to human beings can cause pain and sufferings to the persons involved and their familymembers. No amount of consolation or money can compensate this.

    Hence AMANA firmly believe that all situations which can cause incidents, accidents should be

    identified and corrected without fail. It is also a basic necessity of all employees to comply with

    applicable legal and contractual Health & Safety requirements. I have complete confidence in all our

    employees that they will respect their individual responsibility to work safely in such a way not toinjure themselves, others or damage our /third party properties or harm environment.

    This handbook comes to you in the process of assisting to fulfill your obligation with the company to

    work safely. I take this opportunity to reiterate the management commitment to the Health & Safety

    of all employees and their family members and our management doesnt allow us to compromise

    Health & Safety precautions to be followed in any circumstance.

    With best wishes for a prosperous and safe work life.

    General Manager

    IMPLEMENTING SAFETY IS PAINFUL, BUT ITS OUTCOME IS ALWAYS FRUITFUL 2

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    I, (___________________), employee ID: ____________ , Division: ________________received this

    handbook on __________.

    I agree wholeheartedly to read the entire handbook and understand the contents of the book and to

    comply with all the Health & Safety requirements given in this book. I understand that I will be

    personally held responsible for any non-compliances, which can be attributed to me either before or

    after any incidents.

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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    IMS Policy StatementOur HSE VisionWhy we have to followsafety?Site access & SecurityPersonal Behavior andConductSite safetyCommunicationSafety SignsPersonal ProtectionEquipment.Reporting incidentsExcavation

    Working at height Scaffoldings, Mobile ScaffoldsLaddersFire Fighting and prevention -Know your fire extinguishers

    CONTENTS

    EvacuationHousekeepingFlammable MaterialsHealth & PaintingElectrical SafetyTool SafetyWorking in Live PlantPlant and machineriesConfined SpaceCompressed AirManual HandlingCranes LiftingPlant and MachineriesTransportation

    Site Safety InspectionWrong way Right Way

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    CONTENTS

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    This Statement has been developed by AMANA to stress our belief that the effective implementation

    of Integrated Management System (IMS) plays significant role in doing business and affirms ourcommitment to the continual improvement and to the business excellence.

    AMANA is committed to:

    1. Providing quality service to our customers by on-time completion of contracts, (delivery ofprojects), cost effectiveness, service up to the customers satisfaction in accordance with thelocal regulations and following international standards.

    2. Reducing impacts to Environmental contamination to acceptable levels by the strict adoptionof the relevant international standards and local regulations.

    3. Providing particular attention to reduce the consumption of water and energy by involvingemployees on individual basis to follow Reduce-Reuse-Recycle methodology and byparticipating in conservation / protection of the Environment.

    4. Ensuring a safe and healthy work environment for employees by increasing awareness ofsafety measures.

    5. The effective implementation of Integrated Management System in compliance with ISO9001:2008, OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004 , and to monitor its continualimprovement through regular training & developments, value added internal audits,Customer feedback and through achieving set objectives and targets of each department.

    AMANAIntegrated Management System (IMS) policy is authorized by the General Manager.

    The Policy and the associated procedures will be reviewed regularly and if necessary revised by theManagement and communicated to all the employees. The Policy will be prominently displayed at all

    AMANA workplaces and also made available in public.

    IMS

    Policy

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    IMS POLICY

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    1. All accidents, illnesses, property damage and pollution are avoidable

    and are to be prevented

    2. No job is so urgent or demanding that it can not be done safely

    3. Adhering to HSE rules is a condition of employment

    4. Setting examples through our behaviour

    5. Nobody Gets Killed, Nobody Gets Seriously Injured

    6. No High Risk Incidents

    7. No harm to Environment

    Every person returns home safely to his family at the end of the day.

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    Our Health, Safety & Environment Vision

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    It is important to follow Health & Safety rules because

    Someone is waiting for you at home.

    We dont want you to suffer the pain.

    To protect the fellow employees working with you.

    It is the requirement of the law of this land.

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    Why we have to follow Health & Safety Rules?

    Keeping this is mind we want everyone of

    to follow the safety standards on the job

    and off the job, wishing you a fruitful and

    rewarding carrier in AMANA.

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    Personal Behavior and Conduct

    1. Horseplay, Fighting, Running are prohibited

    2. Not permitted Radio, Tape recorder, any music

    system

    3. Tampering with safety equipment is

    forbidden

    4. Abusive or aggressive behavior is not permitted;5. Eating and resting outside designated areas is

    strictly prohibited;

    6. Never Operate machineries without

    authorization;

    7. Never Enter prohibited areas.

    8. Compliance with security procedures is

    mandatory.

    9. Concentrate on your work. Dont think your

    personnel problems at site

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    Possession, use and sale of alcohol and drugs as well as entry to the Site under the influence ofalcohol or drugs is forbidden (worker who is caught will be permanently removed from the site);

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    Safety Signs

    Warning Signs

    Draw attention to

    health and safetyhazards Point outhazards that may not

    be obvious

    Prohibition Signs

    Indicates wherecertain actions are

    prohibited

    Safe Signs

    Provide generalinformation and

    direction. Shows the

    location of emergencyequipments

    Remind us wherePPEs must be used,Indicates mandatory

    actions

    Mandatory Signs

    Observe all warning signs anddanger notices

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    Do not use drums as platformBody harness when used must be

    anchored to a secure anchorage point

    Dont work at height if you are feelingweak or dizzy.

    Dont leave an opening unguarded thatsomeone could fall through. Report it to

    your supervisor or foreman.

    Working at Height

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    Scaffolding

    Scaffolding is provided to you for safe workingplatform.

    Erected, modified and dismantled by authorizedscaffolders only.Erected on firm ground available with sole plate andbase plate.

    Safe access and egress must be provided.Fully planked Scaffold platform and at least 600mmin width.Suitably tied with the structure

    All platforms with guard rails, and toeboard All four side BracingScafftag to identify safe & unsafe scaffolding

    What makes a Safe Scaffolding:-

    Competent person should formally inspect scaffolding after initialerection, after significant alteration, after any destabilizing event,and at least once 7 days

    SAFE UNSAFE

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    DOs

    -Report any scaffolding faults (missing guard rails, looseladder, broken board) to your supervisor.-Only use ladder to go another level-Maintain good housekeeping

    - follow the scafftag system strictly

    Donts

    - Dont use incomplete or unsafe scaffolding .- Dont overload the scaffold platform -Dont tamper or modify any scaffolds for any reason. -Dont leave debris and materials on scaffold platforms -Don't drop and throw material 23

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    Mobile Scaffold

    Mobile scaffolds are hazardous.

    Erected, modified and dismantled by authorizedscaffolders only.Height of the mobile tower shall not exceed 4 timesthe smallest base width.Use outriggers in accordance with manufacturer

    Used only on firm, level, clean surfaces.Moved on leveled surfaces only by pushing or pullingor both.Provision of internal ladder with trap door.

    For Rolling the scaffold:1. Make sure that the path is clear, no material/person

    on the platform. Then unlock the wheels to push thescaffold

    2. Apply the force no more than five feet above theground.

    3. Re-Lock the wheels when move ends / scaffold isstationary

    What makes a Safe Mobile Scaffolding:-

    Scaffold casters and wheels shall be locked with positive wheel locksbefore any one is allowed to work on the platform. These casters shall becapable of supporting the safe working load of the scaffold. 24

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    DOs

    - Maintain good housekeeping to avoid anyobstruction while rolling the scaffolds-Only climb up the inside of mobile scaffold-Close the trap door after each use-Check the scafftag before use

    Donts

    - Dont use incomplete or unsafe mobile scaffold.- Dont use scaffold without proper tag.-Dont lift scaffold towers unless they have beenspecifically designed for this purpose

    Dont cause materialsto fall.

    Don't use the frame togain access

    Dont overload thescaffold platform

    Never move the Towerwith any person or

    material on it.

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    Mobile Scaffold

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    You should use ladders as a means of access and for short period of

    work.

    The angle - between 65 75 0 to the horizontal (1 : 4) fourup, one down Extend at least 1 m ( 3 ft) above the step-off point.Be tied at the level of the platform.Firm & fitted with a non-slippery foot hold.No rung should be missing.

    Rungs / step shall be clear of oil / grease etc.,

    What makes a good ladder:-

    DOs

    - Check for damage before usage.- Make sure its on solid base / footing - Avoid working off a ladder for long time- Secure the top & bottom of ladder when using it as access of a platform or scaffold.

    - Make sure that only one person at a time is on the ladder.

    Donts

    - Dont use unsecured / Damaged ladder- Dont carry materials in your hand while using ladders -Dont make platforms out of ladders

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    Ladders

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    Many falls occur while ascending to / or descending from the ladder

    Maintain three point contacts two hands & one foot or two

    feet & one hand.

    Face the ladder whenascending or descending.

    Safe method for getting on / off ladder

    Clean muddy or slipperyfootwear, check the rung for

    slippery surface

    Don't use makeshift ladder.Dont use metal laddernear energized electrical

    equipments

    Dont stretch or reachbeyond the side rails of

    ladder.

    Never stand any higherthan the third step from

    the top of a ladder.

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    Ladders

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    FIRE is a big hazard at construction site, office and camp, it kills andinjuries people, destroys property and may seriously disruptproduction and the construction process.

    Hot Work, Overheated equipments, Careless Smoking, ElectricalSparks, Poor Housekeeping are the major cause of FIRE.

    A composition of Fuel, oxygen and heat is set out as Fire

    DOs

    - Follow hot work permits for welding, heating or burning.- Keep fire extinguishers close to your hot work.- Smoke at designated areas only- Store flammable liquids, thinner, diesel etc in proper container-Store gases and liquids separately. Separate Oxygen from LPG and

    Acetylene Gas-Familiarize yourself with the different types of extinguishers.- Report a discharged or missing fire extinguisher.- Maintain good housekeeping

    Donts

    - Dont overload the electrical appliances

    - Dont leave a burning flame unattended

    Fire Fighting and Prevention

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    Know How to use Fire Extinguishers Remember P A S S

    DOs

    -Extinguish fire only if you are trained and it is safe todo so-If your cloths got FIRE Stop, Drop and roll-Know SITE / CAMP emergency procedures - Know locations, alarm systems, emergency escaperoutes and Assembly points-keep fire exits free from obstruction.

    Donts

    - Do not interfere with fire extinguishers- Do not use water on electrical FIRE- Do not block or cover fire fighting appliances- Do not lock exits. Do not replace the fire exitsign, fire points.

    Know FIRE Emergency Response - R A C E R Rescue any person/s in

    immediate danger (only if safe todo so)

    A Alarm Raise the alarm &follow emergency procedure

    C Contain Close doors /windows to contain the FIRE

    E Extinguish attempt toextinguish the fire

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    Fire Fighting and Prevention

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    DOs

    - Manage the cable routing to avoid trip- Always use right type of sockets and plugs-Use ELCB of 30 mA-Ensure the proper earthing

    -Engage competent electrician-Inspect power tools , DBs and ELCBs-Follow Lock Out / Tag Out Procedure

    Donts

    - Dont use damaged electrical cables- Dont overload the Circuit-Never alter a plug.-Do not repair electric appliance if you areunaware.-Do not tamper with any electrical wiring

    The hazard of electricity includes Burn, Shock, Arc, FIRE

    and Electrocution.The dangers increased where electrical equipment is usedin adverse conditions, on site in wet or damp areas forinstance, or where voltage is more lethal.

    UNSAFE CONDITIONS such as damaged cables, poorcable routing, overloading, improper ELCBs, incompetentworkers, unauthorized repair, working in wet areas,improper sockets, unsafe operation of power tool can

    leads to serious accident which may resulted into DEATH.

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    Electrical Safety

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    Never throw tools to one anotherDo not use equipment you have no

    knowledge of.

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    42Never hitch a lift in a hoist bucket or byholding on to any part of crane

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    43Do not STAND beneath any suspended load

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    DOs

    - Ensure the required documents Driving license, vehicleregistration card, Test Certificates, operator competencycertificate etc-Operator to wear required PPEs.

    -Ensure that all moving parts are adequately guarded.-Ensure the reverse alarm, hazard light, mirrors etc-Follow the speed limits and reversing rules-Keep yourself away from running plant-Ensure separate routes for pedestrian

    Donts

    - Dont leave engine running-Dont leave keys in unattended plants -Dont attempt to repair the plant if you are not authorized. -Dont smoke while fueling the plant.-Dont ride on plant

    When plant arrives at site it must be thoroughly inspected

    and approve d for the work.

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    Plants & Machineries

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    Start Safe Stay Safe

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