Category Archives: Technical Guides

Safe Work Method of Statement SWMS For The Blinding Concrete (PCC) Works

The purpose of this safe work method statement is to define the blinding concrete (PCC) works as per the requirements of specification and drawings, considering all the necessary safety and quality aspects of the work activities. This scope of works is for blinding concrete works under pile caps and all types of foundations for the… Read More »

Rock Blasting Breaking and Mining Methods

This safe work method statement provides the details of the materials, equipment, procedures and relevant documents related to the Rock Blasting activity, including the quality control verification, the measurement verification, and also the safety precautions to be implemented for this work. The location of the rock blasting works will be limited to selected areas bound… Read More »

Sample HSE Safety Committee Meeting Agenda & Reporting

Safety committee plays an important role in implementation of an organization’s or project’s hse system. Regular hse meeting is necessary to check the performance of a project or company. Below is list of some important safety meeting agenda points that you can consider if planning your next meeting. Normally the frequency of hse meeting is… Read More »

What PPE Stands for? Personal Protective Equipment

PPE stands for personal protective equipment and defined in the Regulations as all equipment (including clothing affording protection against the weather) which is intended to be worn or held by a person at work and which protects him against one or more risks to his health or safety, e.g. safety helmets, gloves, eye protection, high-visibility… Read More »

Welding Joint Design Important Considerations

Before understanding the important factors related to welding joint design, please note that apart from resistance spot welding (RSW), three processes are most commonly used for welding metal stampings and fabrications: gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or MIG; gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) or TIG; and gas welding. Although a high initial investment is necessary,… Read More »

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