Introduction

  • Tour starts at employee entrance, each category will take the new employee on a loop of the shop floor. The safety information must be explained at the relevant places on the route. All boxes need to ticked yes.

  • Name of new employee.

  • Photo of new employee .

1. Carpark

  • Explain where employees can park their vehicles.

  • Explain the that the bus shelter is the only location for smoking on site.

  • Show the location of the fire assembly points.

2. Employees entrance foyer

  • Explain how to enter and exit. Explain the clocking card proximity and barcode.

  • Show employee what to do if they encounter a fire. (Break glass)

  • Explain who are the members of the fire team and what to do when the alarm rings.

  • Show employee the different types of fire extinguisher for different types of fire.

  • Show employee the H&S at work poster .

  • Explain the Monday morning 11 am test and the type of noise it makes ( bell ringing ) .

  • Show the employee the first aiders and first aid facilities.

3. Washroom

  • Show employee wash and wc facilities.

  • Explain that a locker will be allocated .

4. Entry to main production area from employee entrance.

  • The following points must be confirmed before entry onto production area !

  • Explain the purpose of the white safe route line.

  • Employee must understand the minimum requirements of PPE to be worn before entry to shop floor. Explain the four types of ear protection and the safety shoe options.

  • Employee has ear plugs?

  • Employee has been issued safety shoes?

  • Employee has been issued with overalls if required?

  • Explain that the safe route line is shared with the FLT route.

5. Health and Safety communications board.

  • Explain the different topics on the board.

  • Show employee H&S policy statement of intent and structure.

  • Ensure employee understands the different ppe available and when it is required.

  • Show employee location of ppe .

8. Compressor house

  • Explain that access to the compressor house is prohibited. To satisfy curiosity show the new employee the equipment within the room.

11. Chemical storage room.

  • Inform employee that access to this area is restricted to authorised personnel only

  • Show employee the chemical spill kit.

  • Explain to the employee that naked flames or ignition sources should be avoided in this area.

12. Fork lift truck charging area.

  • Explain to employee that there could be oil or water spill in this area.

  • Explain to employee that they not permitted to drive a FLT without management permission.

  • Explain the dangers of FLT ' s at the corners of the plant. Inform the employee that extra care is required and to use the mirrors available.

13. Stores areas

  • Show employee location of stores area and procedure for booking out parts.

  • Explain to employee the use of pallet trucks, and the requirement to be vigilant when approaching turns in walkways

14. Goods in warehouse.

  • Inform employee to be extra vigilant with FLT safety.

  • Inform employee of the requirement to wear Hi- Vis when working in all unloading areas

15. Rear yard

  • Explain the haulage vehicle and FLT hazard.

  • Explain that fire exit routes run alongside the outside of the building.

  • Explain to employee the different types of waste skip available.

17. Canteen

  • Explain to employee the locations of the safe drinking water points.

  • Explain to employee that breaks can be taken in the canteen, or at workstation if desired

  • Show employee facilities for warming up, and storage of refreshments

18. Managers Office

  • Show employee the location of the managers, and quality office.

20. Stores Exit

  • Show employee fire exits and access to car park

Signature

  • Any questions ?

  • I have had site rules and safety explained to me . I understand that I have a responsibility to work safely and that my acts or omissions ( such as not reporting hazards) could have an effect on my fellow employees safety.

  • Date and time

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