Safety is, no doubt, the top priority for ready mixed concrete companies!
There are stationary plants such as batching and recycling and mobile vehicles such as mixer trucks, wheel loader and cement tanker as well as dump truck in the facility. All of them are constantly in motion within the same area and the system works like a beehive.
Therefore, safety trainings and precautions are important issues for every readymix companies.
Although it is the employer’s responsibility to provide a safe working atmosphere, it is also a clear duty of all employees to keep the safety culture alive in all working areas. Here, at first glance, many things seem to be done for the company, but safety is actually an individual matter and fire burns where it falls!
Each manager of all levels in the readymix companies, should be considered as a safety leader and must have enough knowledge about safety. Also, everyone working at the facility should be part of the security team. First of all, whether you’re an operator, mixer and truck driver or a manager even the company owner, you should obey the safety rules when you’re in operative area.
In the event of an emergency, most employees want to do the right thing. But it is difficult if they do not know what they are supposed to do. That is why safety trainings is so important. Periodic refresher training courses are also important for ensuring that employees make good decisions when an emergency happens. Also, records are important for monitoring and controlling what happens on the plant site.
Do not forget!
Working safely today is a reward for tomorrow.
Safety protects accidents and lessen the costs.
Learning safety by accident is the most expensive way!
This e-book was prepared for everybody who enter into the operative area in readymix facilities. And covers following chapters; safety in the facility, stationary plants, mobile vehicles, repair&maintenance, lone worker, traffic in the facility, housekeeping of the facility, weather conditions, safety culture.
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