Radha Krishna Temple Construction


In order for a health and safety program to be effective, it is vital that it be understood and implemented at all levels from management to all employees.

The following are the primary Occupational Health and Safety rules and regulations applicable to our operations that must be complied with by our company. A complete set of safety standards may be found in the OSHA Regulations for Construction (1926) and for General Industry (1910).

 General Workplace Safety Rules

 Report unsafe conditions to your immediate supervisor.

 Promptly report all accidents/injuries/incidents to your immediate supervisor.

Use eye and face protection where there is danger from flying objects or particles, (such as when grinding, chipping, burning and welding, etc.) or from hazardous chemical splashes.

Dress  properly.    Wear appropriate work clothes, gloves, and shoes or boots. Loose clothing and jewelry shall not be worn.

Operate machines or other equipment only when all guards and safety devices are in place and in proper operating condition.

Keep all equipment in safe working condition. Never use defective tools or equipment. Report any defective tools or equipment to immediate supervisor.

Properly care for and be responsible for all personal protective equipment (PPE). Wear or use any such PPE when required.

Lockout or tagout or disconnect power on any equipment or machines before any maintenance, unjamming, and adjustments are made.

Do not leave materials in aisles, walkways,  stairways, work areas, roadways, or other points of egress.

Practice good housekeeping at all times.

Training on equipment is required prior to unsupervised operation.

 Compliance with all governmental regulations/rules and all company safety rules in the following sections is required.

 Proper housekeeping is the foundation for a safe work environment. It definitely helps prevent accidents and fires, as well as creating a professional appearance in the work area.

 Material will be piled or stored in a stable manner so that it will not be subject to falling.Combustible scrap, debris, and garbage shall be removed from the work area at frequent and regular intervals.

Stairways, walkways, exit doors, in front of electrical panels, or access to fire fighting equipment will be kept clear of materials, supplies, trash, and debris.