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Diploma in Construction Safety Course in Islamabad Pakistan

Diploma in Construction Safety Course

Construction is the process of constructing a building or infrastructure. Construction differs from manufacturing in that manufacturing typically involves mass production of similar items without a designated purchaser, while construction typically takes place on location for a known client.Construction Safety Course in Islamabad,Pakistan.Construction sites are dynamic activities where workers engage in many activities that may expose them to a variety of safety hazards, such as falling objects, working from rooftops or scaffolding, exposure to heavy construction equipment, or the use of temporary electrical circuits while operating electrical equipment and machinery in damp locations. Construction activities at Princeton University comprise a wide range of activities including construction of new buildings, renovation of existing facilities, and major repair or alterations of building systems. Through implementation of safe work practices, training, and compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements, the Workplace Safety program aims to identify, control, or eliminate construction-related hazards.Construction safety aims to ensure that a construction site or the industry as a whole is not the cause of immediate danger to the public around a construction site, or the workers at a construction site, as well as making sure that the finished product of construction meets required safety standards.

Course Content of Construction Safety:

  • General Safety
  • Work at Height
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment
  • Fire Safety
  • Machine Safety
  • Electricity Safety
  • Safety of Confined Spaces Operations
  • Manual Handling Operations
  • Welding Safety
  • Safety of Excavation

Course Complete Charges (FEE) : 25000 PKR.

For Registration Please Contact Us : 0336-3333792, 051-8314594

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  1. Construction safety covers a vast range of topics, equipment and circumstances. Construction work requires that employees from numerous contractors work together on the same construction site. And that site, situations and environment can undergo significant changes every hour and every day.

  2. Construction Worksite Fall Prevention
    You can fall from any height and be seriously injured or killed. In the construction industry, as well as any other industry, when falls from heights happen, they’re usually very serious.

  3. Basically, fall protection is something that keeps you from falling from a certain height. Whenever you’re working six or more feet high, OSHA requires fall protection.

    A personal fall arrest system, generally has five components. A FULL BODY HARNESS, A LANYARD, SNAPHOOKS, AN ANCHORAGE POINT AND the fifth component is knowledge of how the system works and how to take care of the equipment.

    Snaphooks connect the lanyard to your body harness. Connecting is easy by just connecting the snaphooks to the D ring on your harness. Connect them only to the D rings or anchor point. They cannot be connected directly to the harness webbing or other points… only a D ring or anchor point.

    AN ANCHORAGE POINT is the place where your lanyard is attached to a solid, unmovable object which can support up to 5,000 pounds.

    Employers are required to provide a training program for each employee who might be exposed to fall hazards. The program allows each employee to recognize the hazards of falling and shall train each employee in the procedures to be followed in order to minimize the hazard.

  4. Scaffolding Worksite Safety Rules
    1. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions when erecting the scaffold.
    2. Do not work on scaffolds outside during stormy or windy weather.
    3. Do not climb on scaffolds that wobble or lean to one side.
    4. Initially inspect the scaffold prior to mounting it. Do not use a scaffold if any pulley, block, hook or fitting is visibly worn, cracked, rusted or otherwise damaged. Do not use a scaffold if any rope is frayed, torn or visibly damaged.
    5. Do not use any scaffold tagged “Out of Service.”
    6. Do not use unstable objects such as barrels, boxes, loose brick or concrete blocks to support scaffolds or planks.
    7. Do not work on platforms or scaffolds unless they are fully planked.
    8. Do not use a scaffold unless guardrails and all flooring are in place.
    9. Level the scaffold after each move. Do not extend adjusting leg screws more than 12 inches.
    10. Do not walk or work beneath a scaffold unless a wire mesh has been installed between the midrail and the toeboard or planking.
    11. Use your safety belts and lanyards when working on scaffolding at a height of 10 feet or more above ground level. Attach the lanyard to a secure member of the scaffold.
    12. Do not climb the cross braces for access to the scaffold. Use the ladder.
    13. Do not jump from, to, or between scaffolding.
    14. Do not slide down cables, ropes or guys used for bracing.
    15. Keep both feet on the decking. Do not sit or climb on the guardrails.
    16. Do not lean out from the scaffold. Do not rock the scaffold.
    17. Keep the scaffold free of scraps, loose tools, tangled lines and other obstructions.
    18. Do not throw anything “overboard” unless a spotter is available. Use the debris chutes or lower things by hoist or by hand.
    19. Do not move a mobile scaffold if anyone is on the scaffold.
    20. Chock the wheels of the rolling scaffold, using the wheel blocks, and also lock the wheels by using your foot to depress the wheel-lock, before using the scaffold.

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