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Dress Code for Project Personnel is to ensure a consistent, professional, identifiable, and safe mode of dress in the work environment on the Work place and project execution.Here HSSE World will outline a safety tips with the Requirement of the Dress code at work projects Clothing Requirements All personnel shall
Electrical injury is a term for all injuries caused by contact with electrical energy. Electrical contact can cause a wide variety of injuries involving most organ systems. Most electrical injuries are classified as one of the following: Burns Electric shock injuries Eye injuries A worker with an electrical injury may
Formaldehyde is a dangerous chemical, both as a gas and as a liquid. Long-term exposure increases your health risks. Employers who use this chemical must have an exposure control plan in place. [xt_networks title="Follow Us" force_original_colors="yes"] How workers are exposed Although dangerous as a liquid, formaldehyde is most dangerous as a
Drilling fluids perform various functions. They lubricate drill bits, remove cuttings, and provide a barrier for well control. Inhalation of vapours or skin contact can cause serious health issues, though. Drilling fluids can contain any mix of hundreds of chemicals. Since every mix can be different, workers may not know
Working at construction site is have a high potential of Hazards to occurs to workers and Equipment at working site so that Barricades is the one of control measures which used to alert  personnel for existing Hazards. HSSE world propose at that post   minimum standards regarding the type, use and maintenance
Aim of the book The last five years of the twentieth century witnessed significant changes in the way firms operate and in the fundamental structure of business units as globalization became more prominent. British industry has changed from primarily manufacturing based to predominantly service provision and, after the mergers and
Too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure can cause sunburn, eye irritation, skin cancer, and blindness. UV radiation comes from many sources, but the sun is most common. Arc lights, welders, tanning beds, and water filtration systems may also emit harmful levels. Those working outside or around UV-emitting equipment should use