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Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Tool Box Talk

What is Tool Box Talk?
Tool box talk
   Workers need to be trained in the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions as part of company profitability and professional development. Using common sense is only part of the solution in preventing injuries or accidents. It is to recall or briefing the laid safety norms.
When
Whenever the contract labour / manpower is taken for execution of job or once in a month.
Where
It depends on the decision of site supervisors or site engineers. It is advisable to carry at site where sound is less.
Duration:
10 to 15 minutes duration without requiring specialist knowledge on the part of the speaker
Who are participants?
All the manpower of contractor like supervisors, fitters, technicians, welders, electricians, crane operators, safety site junior officers etc
Who can impart/deliver?
Any supervisor or site in charge of work; to be agents of the employer can impart/deliver “tool box talk”
Records
A record must be kept of who has received this training. On the back of each Talk Sheet there is an attendance form, which should be completed and returned to the person in charge of safety in your company. Proof of training may be required at a later date.
Some Responsibility Rules for Everyone
If it’s unsafe for you then it’s unsafe for the next person and the hazard should be corrected.
Safety doesn’t belong to any one construction craft; rather it is part of every construction craft to be responsible.
If safety doesn’t begin with you, it won’t begin at all.
Guide for Discussion
Unsafe Acts
1. Failure to wear the proper personal protective equipment.
2. Failure to secure or tie down materials to prevent unexpected movement.
3. Working or operating equipment too fast.
4. Failure to issue warnings or signals as required.
5. Using defective tools or equipment.
6. Removing guards/earth connection during the job.
7. Improperly using tools or equipment.
8. Standing in an unsafe place or assuming an improper posture (as in lifting).
9. Servicing moving equipment.
10. Riding equipment not designed for passengers.
11. Horseplay.
12. Unauthorized use or operation of equipment.

Unsafe Conditions
1. Lack of proper guards.
2. Lack of a proper warning system.
3. Fire and explosion hazards.
4. Poor housekeeping.
5. Unexpected movements.
6. Protruding objects such as nails, wire, or other metals.
7. Improper clearance or congestion at aisles or passageways.
8. Poor placement, storage or arrangement of materials.
9. Hazardous tools, equipment or materials.
10. Poor lighting, high noise levels.
11. Hazardous atmospheric conditions.
12. Improper personal attire.

Tool box talk TIPS for site engineers
Preparation
Select a topic. Use a priority sequence. Accidents/incidents, demonstrated lack of skills, required or mandatory training (e.g., fall protection, ladders and stairways.)
Chose a good location to train
Research the subject; include company policies and procedures
If a new subject, ask what the audience already knows (so you can avoid covering that information in great detail)
Presentation:
Talk about what is going to be taught
Tell why the subject (or training) is important
Describe safety procedures, general to specific
If necessary, demonstrate safety procedures; one step at a time
Repeat steps if necessary; be patient
Involvement
Get workers involved in the discussion; encourage questions
In demonstrations:
• ask worker to perform procedures.
• correct any errors immediately; address performance not person
• Practice until you and the worker are confident.

Follow Up
Observe worker performing safety procedures on the job
Ask for feed-back; encourage questions
Give feedback on performances

PERMIT TO WORK SYSTEMS
A)  system of issuing Permits to Work was first introduced in high risk industries like mining and petrochemicals. The improvement in safety was so marked that the practice has been extended to all industries where a task involving a special risk is to be undertaken. Examples of  circumstances where a Permit to Work system may beneficially be operated are:
a) Electrical Work
b) Roof Work
c) Trench Work
d) Hot Work
e) Confined Space Work
f) Work near or above deep water
g) Work in radiation ‘controlled areas’
B)  No special legislation requires Permits to Work, they are just a way of ensuring a strictly controlled Safe Place of Work and a Safe System of Work in difficult circumstances. They also allow supervisory to keep a check on what is happening by limiting the issue of permits to what can actually be supervised. A Permit to Work will often be accompanied by a Method Statement stating how the job is to be done.
C) A Permit to Work ensures that:
1. The task to be done is clearly stated.
2. All potential hazards have been considered and the risks assessed.
3. The measures appropriate to eliminate or control the risks have been put in place.
4. The person(s) to do the work are clear about it, and the safety precautions to be observed.
5. The person authorizing them to do it is satisfied about the safety of the task and method of working.
6. The date and time when the work is to be done is agreed and also when work will stop. (Finished or otherwise).
7. The person authorizing the work is told when the work stops, what stage the job has reached e.g. 100% finished; - 10% finished etc.
8. The person acknowledges that he has been told what state the plant is in e.g. ready to run; - further work need etc.
What to do upon receipt of a Permit to Work
1. Check that all sections have been completed i.e., all hazards have been considered.
2. Check the date and times when the permit starts and expires. Note: Permits are issued to individuals, therefore should only be valid for one shift. Circumstances can change while you are away, so a new permit is necessary for the next shift.
3. Check the work location to ensure that no problems have been overlooked. Check that persons not included on the Permit are excluded from the area (barriers, notices etc.).
4. When you are sure everything is in order, sign for acceptance of the permit and commence work.
During the Work
1. Ensure that everybody involved observes all the conditions of the permit. Do not relax any of the stipulated precautions.
2. Make sure any safety devices like padlock keys or fuse links are safely in your possession.
3. If things go wrong or the situation changes notify the authorised person at once. The Permit may need to be cancelled and a new one issued to cover the new situation.
4. If time runs out, stop work and notify the authorised person at once. He can decide to issue a new permit or to extend the time.
On Completion
1. Return the Permit to the authorised person and both of you sign it to show that the work is complete and the responsibility is passed back to him.


Typical tool box talk example
Toll box talk 01: transformer overhauling
Toll box talk 02: street light/high mast/FLDM maintenance
Toll box talk 03: transformer oil filtration
Toll box talk 04: cable laying/cable joint
Toll box talk 05: painting of street light pole/transformer/electrical feeders
Toll box talk 06: PM of switch board/feeder pillar
Toll box talk 07: overhauling of solar water heater
Toll box talk 08: repair and maintenance of house hold items
Toll box talk 09: power fail at residential quarter
Toll box talk 10: electrical maintenance in LPG area
Toll box talk 11: installation of motor/transformer/generator/feeder/compressor
Toll box talk 12: isolation /normalisation of power in substation for maintenance
Toll box talk 13: temporary connection, lighting during festival/shutdown
Toll box talk 14: dos and don’ts for safety in the use of domestic appliances.
Toll box talk 15: safe driving in industrial premise or outside

Toll box talk 01: transformer overhauling
Care for:
·         Isolation of equipment
·         Discharge of live part
·         Tools are proper and adequate
·         Lifting machines are tested and not under rating,
·         Rain and moisture
·         No job on hanging position of core
·         Bussing are fragile
·         Be careful during BDV test
·         Operator is attentive during the filtration
·         High temperature/smoke/leak etc

Do’s
·         Cary out the job as per checklist
·         Earth of body
·         Throw waste/ jute etc in dustbin only
·         Count your tools
·         Use standard tools
·         Confirm oil sump if any
·         Confirm fire extinguisher is available near by
·         Cable clamps are intact

Don’ts
·         Don’t split oil
·         Don’t forget to discharge the cable/bus
·         Don’t to disconnect earth of live part when job is over.
·         Don’t Use rubber hose for oil filtration

 Common
·         Use PPE (1. Helmet,  2.ear muff, 3.respirator, 5. Face shield, 6.Welding screen, 7. Hand gloves cotton, 8. Rubber gloves, 9. Apron, 10. Safety shoe, 11. Safety belt, 12. Full sleeve shirt)
·         Don’t speed up more than 25 KM if using vehicle
·         Don’t carry camera match box inside the refinery
·         Carry permit and clearance of assigned job
·         Avoid smoking or in designated place only
·         Ensure housekeeping before and after maintenance
·         Confirm exit or escape during emergency
·         Know your assembly point during emergency
·         Confirm MCP( manual call point for fire) nearby if any
·         Fire call no........
·         Stop working when hear siren
·         Avoid more joint in cable/wire
·         Confirm first aid box in nearby
·         Don’t drink hydrant water
·         Ensure Work permit/line clearance obtained and is available at site not at office
·         Don’t forget to return line clearance/ permit when job is over
·         Care for surrounding area for any hazard
·         Use right tool for right job
·         Don’t use dhoti/kurta/towel for uniform


(On back of page)
Present:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer



Toll box talk 02: street light/high mast/FLDM maintenance
Care for:
·         Confirm spare as required.
·         Ladder is in working well, wheel not damaged, locking pin not missing
·         No structure is broken.
·         Level is not even where ladder standing.
·         Care has been taken for nearby pit/trench/drain/flowing water  

Do’s
·         Carry water during summer to avoid dehydration.
Don’ts
·         Don’t carry job alone
·         Don’t throw scrap/cotton/jute from ladder top or mast top.
Common
-- See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer

Toll box talk 03: Transformer Oil Filtration
Care for:
·         Be alert for smoke, heat, temperature rise, leak etc
·         Confirm soak pit if any for emergency of oil leak
·         Be attentive while doing BDV test
Do’s
·         Ensure presence during oil filtration
·         Handle with care for sampling glass
·         Use drain valve for oil top up to avoid aeration


Don’ts
·         Don’t split oil in surrounding
·         Don’t touch hot oil with naked hand
·         Don’t use rubber for oil filtration. Dissolved sulphur may disturb oil quality.

Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer




Toll box talk 04: Cable Laying/Cable Joint
Care for:
·         Digging tools are right and working
·         Mark cable root with lime/colour
·         Cable is tension free
·         Keep distance between power and communication/control cable
·         Light is sufficient if working at night
·         Scaffolding/ladder is right if working on overhead cable trench
·         Spray water before breaking PCC/RCC  in zone -0, I,II, it will not create spark
·         Pull cable on drum not on floor to avoid scratch

Do’s
·         Barricade the area of digging
·         Ensure existing cable root if any
·         Carry fire extinguisher for cable joint
·         Cable clamps are holding if any
·         Check IR value before starting of cable laying

Don’ts
·         Don’t hit pie of any kind, it may lead spark
·         Don’t leave unrepaired if cut has been occurred by mistake
·         Don’t forget to carry safety belt when doing overhead cabling


Common
--See Tool Box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer


 Toll box talk 05: Painting of Street Light Pole/Transformer/Electrical Feeders
Care for:
·         Check ladder carefully
·         Ladder bracing/steps are right
·         Base support is well fixed
·         Level is not uneven
·         Scaffolding is well clamped
·         Light is adequate if working at night
Do’s
·         Carry drinking water during summer to avoid dehydration.
·         Use nose mask to avoid suffocation


Don’ts
·         Don’t use wall ladder on round street pole.
·         Don’t throw any nut/bolt/waste form top of ladder/mast

Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date
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Site supervisor/ Engineer


Toll box talk 06: PM (preventive maintenance) of switch board/feeder pillar
Care for:
·         Isolation of feeder/breaker
·         Back feeding of power is isolated
·         Live bus/cable is discharged
·         Mark “X” sign where job is not be done
·         Light is adequate if working at night
·         Fragile or glass items to be cared

Do’s
·         Isolation tag is pasted
·         Count your tools
·         Carry extension board for portable tool
·         Avoid so many joints or loose connection in portable machine wire
·         Use nose mask to avoid suffocation
·         No combustible material is scattered on floor
·         Cable trench is covered and cleaned
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC used bottle
·         Connect bus /cable with earth before star of job


Don’ts
·         Don’t forget to discharge bus/cable even it is dead
·         Don’t forget to disconnect earth connection when job is over
·         Don’t stand near/under the panel breaker
·         Don’t defeat the electrical or mechanical interlock

Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date
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Site supervisor/ Engineer

Toll box talk 07: Overhauling of Solar Water Heater
Care for:
·         Drain hot water before maintenance in hot water tank
·         Damage insulation on pipe is hazardous
·         Handle with care the evacuated tube, plate collector etc
·         Structure is not broken
·         There is no sharp edge
·         Care  for hot water when tube is taking out

Do’s
·         Carry out the job as per check list
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Confirm that the power supply of standby electrical element is off
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC used bottle


Don’ts
·         Don’t touch pipe it may be hot
·         Don’t make the floor slippery or flood
·         Don’t stand near/under the insulated hot pipe
·         Don’t defeat the electrical or mechanical interlock

Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer


Toll box talk 08: Repair and Maintenance of House Hold Items
Care for:
·         Ladder bracing/steps are right
·         Base support is well fixed
·         Level is not uneven
·         Ensure to isolate power
·         Be sure for lighting circuit and power circuit
·         Proper rating of MCB
·         No cut or damage on wire
·         Proper insulation on joint

Do’s
·         Suggest 3 pin top/socket only
·         Suggest ISI marked equipment only
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Stand far for some time if mercury tube is broken as mercury is injurious to health
·         Ensure earth connection in switch board/DB box
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC used bottle
·         Ensure all wiring is neatly tied or dressed


Don’ts
·         Don’t overload wire /MCB
·         Don’t use so many jig jag connection or tops
·         Don’t use vacuum cleaner for sweeping mercury
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t stand on balcony or railing
·         Don’t forget to discharge the capacitor
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t Switch on geyser without filling water
·         Don’t use unsleeved  pliers /screw driver


Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer

Toll box talk 09: Power Fail Rectification at Residential Quarter
Care for:
·         Ensure the supply coming from
·         Ensure to isolate power if any maintenance
·         Be sure for lighting circuit and power circuit
·         Proper rating of MCB
·         No cut or damage on wire
·         Proper insulation on joint

Do’s
·         Suggest 3 pin top/socket only
·         Suggest ISI marked equipment only
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Stand far for some time if mercury tube is broken as mercury is injurious to health
·         Ensure earth connection in switch board/DB box
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC used bottle
·         Ensure all wiring is neatly tied or dressed
·         Area is not grassy
·         Carry torch ad night
·         Pull out fuse with puller only
·         Carry panel key, tool box with you


Don’ts
·         Don’t overload wire /MCB
·         Don’t use so many jig jag connection or tops
·         Don’t use vacuum cleaner for sweeping mercury
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t stand on balcony or railing
·         Don’t forget to discharge the capacitor
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t Switch on geyser without filling water
·         Don’t use unsleeved  pliers /screw driver
·         Don’t forget to tie a tag on feeder pillar/panel when working

Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer


Toll box talk 10: Lighting maintenance in LPG area
Care for:
·         Earth bonding between flange
·         Ensure the supply coming from
·         Ensure to isolate power if any maintenance
·         Be sure for lighting circuit and power circuit
·         Proper rating of MCB
·         No cut or damage on wire, advisable to replace
·         Proper insulation on joint

Do’s
·         Use brass made tools
·         Ensure gasket/seal is not missing
·         Use recommended 3 pin top/socket only
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Stop working if too much smell is there
·         Stand far for some time if mercury tube is broken as mercury is injurious to health
·         Ensure earth connection in switch board/DB box
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC/ used bottle
·         Ensure all wiring is neatly tied or dressed
·         Area is not grassy
·         Carry recommended torch at night
·         Carry panel key, tool box with you


Don’ts
·         Don’t overload wire /MCB
·         Don’t use so many jig jag connection or tops
·         Don’t use vacuum cleaner for sweeping mercury
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t stand/rest under tank
·         Don’t  discharge the capacitor in side LPG area
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t use un-sleeved  pliers /screw driver
·         Don’t  hit metal part with hammer
·         Don’t disconnect the earth bonding
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Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer


Toll box talk 11: Installation of Motor/Transformer/Generator/Feeder/Compressor
Care for:
·         Lifting tools are tested and not under capacity
·         Wire slings and belts are not damaged
·         Foundation packets are not filled with soil/debris
·         Light is sufficient if doing at night
·         Floor is not sticky/muddy
·         Bed plate, mounting plate or anti-vibration pad if any have been checked
·         Cable , glands or adopters are not damaged
·          

Do’s
·         Use hook for lifting the machine
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Ensure earth connection
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Ensure name plate or tag are not erased/damaged
·         Ensure to no damage of path/cable trench/stair/railing


Don’ts
·         Don’t transport hanging the load for long distance
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t forget to barricade working area
·         Don’t stand under the lifting machine
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Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
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Site supervisor/ Engineer



Toll box talk 12: Isolation and Normalisation of Power in Substations
Care for:
·         Follow sequence
a)      When opening the circuit: open circuit breaker, open isolator, close earth switch
b)      When closing the circuit: open earth switch,  close isolator, close circuit breaker
·         Before charging, no foreign material inside the compartment
·         Before charging, panel cover is closed
·         Before charging, interlock has been checked
·         Light is sufficient if doing at night
·         Floor is not sticky/muddy
·         Cable , glands or adopters are not damaged
·         When charging the feeder, watch for abnormal sound, heat, vibration, temperature rise , jerk etc

Do’s
·         Discrepancy is marked on panel
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Ensure earth connection
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Tag is hanged with detail
·         Only authorised persons are permitted
·         Ensure name plate or tag are not erased/damaged



Don’ts
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t forget to barricade working area
·         Don’t defeat panel lock/interlock
Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer

Toll box talk 13: Temporary Connection, Lighting during Festival/Shutdown
Care for:
·         Use flame proof fan/light in LPG area
·         Ladder bracing/steps are right
·         Ensure to isolate power
·         Be sure for lighting circuit and power circuit
·         Proper rating of MCB
·         No cut or damage on wire
·         Proper insulation on joint

Do’s
·         Use brass tools in LPG area
·         Suggest 3 pin top/socket only
·         Suggest ISI marked equipment only
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Stand far for some time if mercury tube is broken as mercury is injurious to health
·         Ensure earth connection in switch board/DB box
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC used bottle
·         Ensure all wiring is neatly tied or dressed
·         Avoid taped joint


Don’ts
·         Don’t overload wire /MCB
·         Don’t use so many jig jag connection or tops
·         Don’t use vacuum cleaner for sweeping mercury
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t stand on balcony or railing
·         Don’t forget to discharge the capacitor
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t enter vessel/furnace without permission of safety inspector
·         Don’t use un-sleeved  pliers /screw driver
·         Don’t throw cable piece, cover, spare from top
·         Don’t keep loose connection near LPG cylinder/flammable gas/curtain etc


Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer
 
Toll box talk 14: Do’s And Don’ts for Safety in the Use of Domestic Appliances.
Care for:
·         Ensure to isolate power before maintenance

Do’s
·         Buy only standard electrical appliance
·         Wire is free from cuts and damaged
·         Suggest 3 pin top/socket only
·         Suggest ISI marked equipment only
·         Care for glass/fragile items
·         Stand far for some time if mercury tube is broken as mercury is injurious to health
·         Ensure earth connection in switch board/DB box
·         Ensure no glass or sharp item is in working area
·         Use dustbin for cotton waste/CRC used bottle
·         Ensure all wiring is neatly tied or dressed
·         Avoid taped joint
·         Putt off the switch when appliance not in use
·         Ensure appliance periodic check for defect and electrical leakage
·         Ensure working voltage, current and operating time is per name plate rating
·         Protect appliances against moisture, dust, water ingress, high temperature
·         Ensure rotary equipment are free from child approach like Fan etc
·         Always call qualified electricians for repair of circuit and defect
·         Ensure proper size of fuse wire rating
·         Treat all electrical circuit “LIVE” unless found dead
·         During electrical accident, ensure switch off power elsewhere
·         Give artificial respiration to the victim/call for a doctor

Don’ts
·         Don’t overload wire /MCB
·         Don’t use so many jig jag connection or tops
·         Don’t use vacuum cleaner for sweeping mercury
·         Don’t leave the cover open
·         Don’t stand on balcony or railing
·         Don’t forget to discharge the capacitor
·         Don’t use rusted or strained nut bolt
·         Don’t use un-sleeved  pliers /screw driver
·         Don’t throw cable piece, cover, spare from top
·         Don’t touch water when immersion rod is ÖN
·         Don’t work with wet hand, shoes, chappals on electrical circuit
·         Don’t clean electrical switch with wet cloth/cotton
·         Don’t replace blown fuse unless fault is diagnosed
·         Don’t touch exposed electrical circuit
·         Don’t throw water on electrical appliance/ electrical  fire
·         Don’t remove the mesh, safety guard of fan etc
·         Don’t place curtain, cloth cotton cover , combustible items near electricity
·         Don’t put too many plugs in one socket to avoid over load

Toll box talk 15: safe driving in industrial premise or outside
Care for:
·         Vehicle is not so older.
·         Coolant , break oil , front indication, rain wiper etc available and working

Do’s
·         Be authorised to drive, have the correct licence and follow all local traffic laws
·         Be medically fit to drive
·         Be trained in defensive driving
·         Think about the weather, road and traffic conditions
·         Choose the safest route and prepare a Journey Management Plan
·         Make sure that everyone in the vehicle has a seatbelt which is fastened
·         Ensure that the vehicle is safe, legal and equipped for the journey

Don’ts
·         Don’t drive faster than the speed limit
·         Don’t use a mobile ‘phone when driving
·         Don’t drive if affected by alcohol, drugs or medication
·         Don’t overload the vehicle with passengers, loads or luggage
·         Don’t overtake if they cannot see clearly ahead
·         Don’t drive when tired or unable to concentrate
·         Don’t forget to carry rope of 10 meter length for emergency
·         Don’t forget  to carry fist aid box, torch, water bottle
·         Don’t forget to test break just after departure

Common
--See Tool box Talk No-01

(On back of page)
Present:                                                                                                   Date:
Sr.        Name                                       Company                     Designation                 Sign.
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Site supervisor/ Engineer
Book reference :
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