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SCON Celebrating its 10th Anniversary

DUNS Registered OHSAS 18001:2007 & ISO 9001:2015
OHSAS 18001:2007 & ISO 9001:2015
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SAFETY

SCON is committed to control accidents at its construction sites by providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and constant awareness on preventive measures. We follow safety norms compliant to ISO 9008.
SCON has achieved more than
"5 MILLION"
safe working hours in 2016

Our projects are mishap free due to our conscious effort towards safety. Most of our customers have awarded us for our safety practices. These are few certificates which we have received during 2016.

SCON has also received an award from "PCERF - Safety Gold Awards for Industrial Project" in 2017.

Safety certificates presented by our satisfied customers

1500,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Thyssenkrupp India Elevators

1000,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Horiba India

1000,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Thyssenkrupp India Elevators

500,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Foton Motors

100,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Smith & Nephew (Adler Mediequip)

100,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Coca Cola Bengaluru

500,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by KSH Distriparks

100,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Kerakoll India

100,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Berger Paints

 

100,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Hager Group

100,000 Safe man hours certificate presented by Axalta

 

Safety Awareness Sessions on our sites

We always conduct safety induction programs, demonstrations, awareness sessions and training session on our each project sites. We also have safety park erected on our each and every site.

Our Safety Routine

SCON Safety Policy

Safety Committee

  • It includes, Site PM/QAE/Store keeper/Safety representative
  • A safety representative may be a JE or a supervisor
  • At least one meeting in a month should be held at site & MOM should be forwarded to Head Office
  • Safety representative shall deliver speeches on preventive measures to workers for running activities on weekly basis
  • Safety representative shall maintain the records
  • Safety representative should display a list of following emergency telephone numbers on notice board in site offices - Fire, Ambulance, Police station, Nearest Hospital / Doctor, Client Representative, Consultant / Arch. Engineer, Project Manager

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Safety Helmets
  • Safety belts used for workmen working on heights
  • Hand gloves used for material handling, gas cutter etc.
  • Safety goggles used for welding, grinding, concrete breaking
  • Gumboots for concrete work, cutting hard rocks, asphalting

First Aid Kit

  • Dressing cotton
  • General Medicines
  • 1 roller Bandage
  • 3 roller Bandage
  • Potassium Permanganate
  • Iodine bottle
  • Dettol, Burnol & Sofromycene
  • Knife & Scissorsg

Equipment Safety

  • Only trained operator should handle mechanical & electrical equipment
  • Ensuring mixer machine & weigh batcher is in perfect level before starting
  • Insertion of the loose wires in sockets without a plug should be avoided
  • Switchboards installed in open area should be protected from rain
  • Cube testing machine should be covered after testing the cubes
  • Vibrators and needles should be cleaned properly after its use
  • Avoid bending the needle while in running condition

Preventive Measures

Excavation Concreting in foundations Slab form work
  • Barricade the excavated area by barricading tapes
  • Shoring & Strutting of trench/pit
  • Fix props truly vertical with proper bracing
  • Center steel span pin to be tightened properly
  • One attendant should be there where materials are likely to fall

Concreting of slab

Welding

Masonry & Plaster
  • Ensure the lift scaffolding installed / remains vertical
  • Avoid throwing of unused materials from upper floors
  • Walkways to be used for walking on slab reinforcement
  • Welding work should be away from the damp area
  • Temporary cables to be installed at height and not on floor
  • Cable joints to be properly insulated
  • Welding work should be done using gloves and protective eye gear
     
  • Throwing of waste materials should be avoided
  • Scaffolding should be sturdy & properly braced

Housekeeping

Mandatory
  • Empty cement bags should be stacked properly after work
  • All shuttering materials should be stacked in defined areas
  • Neatness should be maintained at entire site
  • Use hooked/anchored safety belts when working on height
  • Use of helmets is must while on site
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