Safety Policy

At RAVELIN, we work with complex, intricate mechanical and electrical systems in all stages of construction and ongoing service. The safety of everyone on our job sites is our top priority. Our safety policy is designed to protect our people and our clients’ employees while maximizing construction efficiency and facilitating on-time project completion.

We care about the safety and health of all company employees and site visitors. For that reason, our safety policies are exacting and our job site culture makes safety measures an indispensable part of daily operations.
Our safety policy is designed to:
• Provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions
• Create and maintain operating practices that will safeguard all employees and persons who enter our properties
• Comply with all safety laws and regulations

Saving Lives, Saving Time, Saving Money
RAVELIN vigorously endorses its Safety and Health policy to prevent the occurrence of injuries and illnesses, and to avoid the suffering and economic loss associated with accidents. Accidents can shut down a construction site for days or weeks, causing major delays for businesses. This is unacceptable to both RAVELIN and our clients. That’s why safety is a top priority for us. We care about our people, and we can only work on complex and demanding facilities if we put safety first.

Safe, Efficient, Effective
Accident prevention and efficient work methods go hand in hand. All levels of management have a primary responsibility for the safety and well-being of all employees within their scope of authority. Each one of us works continuously to promote safe work practices among all employees and to maintain property and equipment in a safe operating condition.
Safe practices are a part of all operations. From our perspective, successful job completion and safety must be inseparable.

How and when to report injuries, including first aid kits.
• If you are injured or become ill on the job, report this to Mr Ravi K Operation Manager @ RAVELIN .
• We require all installation engineers/ Project Engineers to have first-aid kit while they are on job.

If first aid trained personnel are involved in a situation involving blood, they should:
• Avoid skin contact with blood/other potentially infectious materials by letting the victim help as much as possible, and by using gloves provided in the first aid kit.
• Remove clothing, etc. with blood on it after rendering help.
• Wash thoroughly with soap and water to remove blood. A 10% chlorine bleach solution is good for disinfecting areas contaminated with blood (spills, etc.).
• Report such first aid incidents to the concern manager on duty.

Fire Emergency
• A fire extinguisher or fire extinguishers will be covered ass part of this orientation.
• If you discover a fire: Tell another person immediately. Call or have them call to the concern manager on duty.
• If the fire is small (such as a wastebasket fire) and there is minimal smoke, you may try to put it out with a fire extinguisher.
• If the fire grows or there is hick smoke, do not continue to fight with the fire.
• Tell other employees in the area to evacuate.
• Go to the designated assembly point outside the building.

General Safe Work for Construction
• Personal protective equipment
• Suitable clothing must be worn, long parts, at least short-sleeved shirts and adequate foot work.
• Hard hats, safety glasses or goggles must be used when a potential hazard exists.
• Hearing Protection (earplugs or earmuffs) must be used in high noise areas.
• Gloves (as needed).

Other general safe work Practices 
• Avoid shortcuts – use ramps, stairs, walkways, ladders, etc.
• Do not remove, deface or destroy any warning, danger sign, or barricade, or interfere with any form of accident prevention device or practice provided for use or that is being used by other workers.
• Get help with heavy or bulky materials to avoid injury to yourself or damage to material.
• Know the correct use of hand power tools (Drill Machines, Welding Machines etc.) Use the right tool for the job.

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