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safety supervisor

  • Safety Health & Technical Equipment’s.
  • Screening the Labor initially, before entering in to the site.
  • Conducting Induction Program for new labors and issue ID Cards.
  • Conducting Tool Box talks / PPE Talks.
  • Inspect Unsafe Condition of the site regularly.
  • Conducting HSE awarenessProgram me, safety Promotional activities.
  • Conducting Minutes of Meeting, Committee meeting, and sub-contractor meeting.

safety supervisor

  • Giving induction training to the new workers and Tool-Box-Talk to every worker Weekly.
  • Preparing Emergency and Evacuation Plans. 
  • Enforcing the safety related company’s and governmental rules and regulations.
  • Maintaining Records for every activity like incidents, accidents, inductions and permits.

safety supervisor

  • Perform tests to identify any potential hazards related to recycled products used at green building sites.
  • Use Personal Protectively Equipment’s.
  • Issue Excavation permits if required to Work.
  • Giving Hot Work Permit.

safety supervisor (trainee)

  • Conduct safety briefing and toolbox meeting to all workers and management staff.
  • Interact and compile document related to safety (PMA & PMT, JKKP Log Book, Tool Box Record, Workplace Inspection Report and Monthly Fire Extinguisher Report.
  • Prepare Minutes of Safety and Health Committee Meeting.
  • Carry out Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC) at workplace.
  • Assist in the Safety and Health inspection of the workplace and prepare a report and recommendation to improve the situation at workplace.
  • Advise top management about safety.
  • Perform other safety and health matters as instructed by the Management.

safety supervisor

  • Confer with schools, state authorities, or community groups to develop health standards or programs.
  • Collect samples of dust, gases, vapors, or other potentially toxic materials for analysis.
  • Investigate the adequacy of ventilation, exhaust equipment, lighting, or other conditions that could affect employee health, comfort, or performance.
  • Develop or maintain medical monitoring programs for employees.
  • Coordinate “right-to-know” programs regarding hazardous chemicals or other substances.
  • Collect samples of hazardous materials or arrange for sample collection.
  • Maintain inventories of hazardous materials or hazardous wastes, using waste tracking systems to ensure that materials are handled properly.