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Iso 90012000 57 safety health environment policy 1166

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(ISO 9001:2000) 57 SAFETY HEALTH ENVIRONMENT POLICY 11.6.6 Winches or similar lifting devices will : ¾ Have brakes which apply when the operating lever is released, and ¾ Be protected from the weather, falling dirt, etc. ¾ Have at least two full turns of rope on the drum when the platform is in its lowest position, and ¾ Be marked with the length of rope on the drum. 12.0 Hoists, Cranes & Derricks : 12.1 Safety of Hoist ways, Platforms and Cages Hoist ways shall be enclosed wherever access is provided or wherever persons could be struck by the platform or other moving parts. Gates shall be kept closed except for the movement of persons and materials. Hoist platforms and cages shall be fitted with a device capable of supporting them, fully loaded, should hoists, ropes or driving gear fail. 12.2 Operation of Hoists. Hoists shall only be capable of being operated from one position at a time, whether by rope, lever or switch. Hoists will not be operated from the cage. Where the hoist driver cannot see the platform or cage during its movement, a signaling system, which covers all landing places shall be used. 12.3 Safe Working Load and Marking of Hoists : The Platform of materials or goods hoists shall carry a notice stating : i] the safe working load, and ii] that passengers must not ride on the platform. The safe working load shall not be exceeded except for test purposes. Cages for passenger hoist shall carry a notice stating : i] the safe working load, and ii] the number of passengers permitted. No greater number of passengers shall be carried and the safe working load will not be exceeded except for test purposes.
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UNNATTI CONSTRUCTIONS PVT. LTD . (ISO 9001:2000) 58 SAFETY HEALTH ENVIRONMENT POLICY 12.4 Cranes & Derricks. Manufacturer's recommendations on operating conditions shall be followed by UNNATTI. Rated load capacities and recommended operating speeds and special hazard warnings or instructions shall be consciously posted on all equipment visible to the operator while he is at his control station. Hand signals to crane and derrick operators shall be those prescribed by the applicable ANSI standards for the type of crane in use. Accessible areas within the swing radius of the rear of the rotating superstructure of a crane shall be barricaded to prevent an employee from being struck or crushed by the crane. 13.0 Barricades 13.1 UNNATTI shall erect and maintain barricades required in connection with his operations to guard or protect the following : ¾ Hosting Areas. Areas adjudged hazardous by the Engineer ¾ Client's existing property subject to damage by UNNATTI operations. 13.2 Guarding of Floor Openings and Floor Holes. 13.2.1 Every temporary floor opening shall have railings. Every floor hole into which persons can accidentally fall shall be guarded by a railing with toe board on all exposed sides or brick work done all around.
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