Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.
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1/4/2010, · Can anyone explain why workers (exspecially in ,construction,) like ,wearing, their hard hats back to front, i.e. with the peak to the back of their heads. IMO I would have thought that if they are ,not wearing, them as they were designed that would be a breach ,safety, rules, but I …
Safety, guidelines for ,construction, work are being flouted with impunity. Most workers ,at construction, sites work under hazardous conditions. Though ,safety, equipment such as ,helmets,, ,safety, shoes are mandatory while working on these projects, hardly any employer in the city adheres to the norms. Labourers who work at heights are required to ,wear, ...
Mintu, a Foreman and ,Safety, Coordinator, has been in ,construction, in Singapore for 18 years. He is ,wearing, the essential equipment given to every character class - the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which includes, amongst other things, the ,safety, harness, steel-toecap boots, and a ,safety helmet,.
1/10/2001, · They are required to ,wear, 'hard hats' on a ,construction site, in the same circumstances that other workers would be required to ,wear, head protection. If a turban-,wearing, Sikh is injured on a ,construction site,, his employer is only liable to pay compensation for any injuries which, even if the Sikh worker had been ,wearing, a ,safety helmet,, he would have sustained (Section 11, Employment Act …
The UK’s ,Safety, and Health at Work Act 1974 makes no specific mention of ,helmets, or hard hats, but says: “It shall be the duty of every self-employed person to conduct his undertaking in such a way as to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that he and other persons (,not, being his employees) who may be affected thereby are ,not, thereby exposed to risks to their health or ,safety,.”
A ,safety, warning letter is a document issued to a party for committing ,safety, regulations violations in the workplace. This letter usually contains a brief description of which ,safety, regulations were violated and then proceeds to mention the specific actions that must be made to correct those problems, including disciplinary actions.
At a ,construction site, in Ontario recently a turban-,wearing, security guard said he could ,not, trade his turban for a hard hat. Under current laws, Canada-wide, every person on a ,construction, job ,site, is required to ,wear, a hard hat.. Nevertheless, more and more workers are refusing to ,wear, hard hats for religious reasons.
A ,construction, worker removes his hard hat because he is too warm. An engineer refuses to ,wear, head protection, as she has “never been hurt before.” A utility worker thinks hard hats make him look silly and removes his every chance he gets. All of these situations are dangerous. Head injuries can result in traumatic brain injuries and death.
If Sikhs are willing to take the risk of riding a motorcycle or working in a construction site without a helmet, let them do that but the taxpayers should not be stuck with covering their medical costs if they suffer from injuries to their heads resulting from accidents while riding motorcycles or working on construction sites because they chose not to wear a helmet or hard hat.