Radha Krishna Temple Construction


 Personal protective equipment must be worn as required for each job in all operations where there is an exposure to hazardous conditions. Equipment requirements will be reviewed by supervisor/foreman, etc.

 Employees are expected to utilize proper judgement in their personal habits. When they report to work each morning they must be in fit condition to meet daily obligations.

 Goggles, face shields, helmets and other comparable equipment are required to fit the eye and face protection needs of the employee for each job.

 Hard hats and steel-toed safety work boots/shoes must be worn by all employees at all times where required.

 Appropriate gloves, aprons and boots are to be used when necessary for protection against acids and other chemicals which could injure employees' skin.

 Respiratory equipment in many cases is needed for protection against toxic and hazardous fumes/dusts. Supervisors must verify which equipment meets the need for breathing safety. Only MSHA/NIOSH approved equipment will be used.


Some form or element of fall protection must be provided where employees are exposed to any fall hazard of six feet or greater (Exceptions: scaffolds - ten feet, and ladders.) Depending on the situation, this fall protection may be guardrails, safety nets, personal fall arrest systems (harness, lanyard, lifeline), hole covers, or any other appropriate protection.

{Employers must review the Fall Protection Standard, 1926 Subpart M, for the various requirements for fall protection. Essentially, the standard requires that fall protection be addressed for any fall exposure over six feet.}

Flagmen will wear a red or orange warning garment while flagging; reflectorized garments will be worn at night.