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The decisions we make are life and death
- we want our people to be safe, each and
every day. Please follow these basic health
and safety rules and requirements when
working on all Vodafone sites
My Safety Handbook
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Foreword
This Health, Safety & Wellbeing Handbook contains the basic requirements
expected of everyone working for Vodafone.
The requirements set out in this book have been put in place to ensure that everyone’s health, safety and
wellbeing is protected while working for Vodafone.
You need to read and understand these before starting work.
This handbook should support your training. If there is something you read in here that you don’t understand,
talk to your line manager or a Vodafone representative before starting work.
When you are working for Vodafone you have the the right to refuse to work if you believe there is a situation
or practice that could harm you. Don’t undertake work that you believe to be unsafe. Please report any
problems or concerns immediately.
Index
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Absolute Rules
23 Manual Handling
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Site Safety Requirements
24 Machinery/Equipment Safety
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Personal Protective Equipment
26 Housekeeping Safety
12 Barricades
28 Electrical Safety
14 Working At Height/On The Edge
30 Power Tools
17 Working On Towers
32 Hand Tools
18 Working Platform
33 Fire Safety
19 Mobile Scaffold
34 Safe Driving
20 Ladder Safety
36 Radio Frequency
21 Excavation Safety
37 Emergency Response
39 Contact numbers
22 Confined Spaces
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Group Health, Safety &
Wellbeing (HS&W) Policy
The Vodafone Board:
• Will ensure local markets have effective HS&W management systems.
• Is committed to maintaining the HS&W of our customers, employees and the communities in
which we operate.
• Will disclose information on any of our products or services breaching internationally accepted
safety standards or guidelines
Vodafone Management will:
• Strive for best practice in HS&W management.
• Comply with relevant statutory obligations, codes of practice and industry standards.
• Adopt a risk management approach and apply Vodafone HS&W standards.
• Provide information, instruction training and supervision for our people.
• Involve and consult employees, customers, contractors and suppliers in health safety and wellbeing
matters.
• Develop, maintain and communicate health, safety and wellbeing programmes, objectives and targets.
• Report internally and externally HS&W performance
“We want to be an ‘Admired’ company - our safety record
contributes to that. The decisions we are making are life and
death – we need to make sure we’re making the right ones.
This is something that is very close to my heart, and I think
should be close to everybody’s heart. Improving our Health
and Safety record, no matter how difficult this is, no matter how
challenging the operating conditions are, is a very important
priority for Vodafone..”
Vittorio Colao, CEO
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Absolute Rules
Background
The following six rules have been developed to focus attention on common causes of fatalities and
serious injury. We know from experience that failing to follow basic health and safety standards, leads
to serious injury and fatalities for our people, the people we work with, and the people exposed to our
activities.
Our Absolute Rules are mandatory and we encourage reporting of non-compliance. All reports will be
investigated and may result in discipline.
This standard is applicable to all operations under Vodafone’s operational and/or governance control.
Minority interest JVs are encouraged to participate.
Discipline
Failure to comply with Absolute Rules will result in an investigation which may lead to disciplinary
action. This could include termination of employment for Vodafone employees.
Employees of contractors or sub-contractors may be removed from site and disqualified from future
Vodafone work.
Line managers will be held responsible for communicating rules and ensuring compliance.
“Driver incidents contribute to nearly 50% of all major incidents
reported by Vodafone companies. Our investigations show the
wearing of seat belts considerably reduces the risk of fatal injuries
to drivers or passengers.”
John Daly, Head of Vodafone Group HS&W
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“Breaking our Absolute Rules is unacceptable.
We must always intervene when we see unsafe acts”
Ronald Schellekens, HR Director Vodafone Group
Always wear
seat belts
Never carry
out electrical
work unless
qualified to do so
Always use
suitable PPE
Never exceed
speed limits
Never use
a hand held
phone whilst
driving
Never work
under the
influence of
alcohol or drugs
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Site Safety Requirements Before Starting
Be sure that;
You are authorised to be on site
You have the proper training for the task(s)
you will perform
You have the proper personal protective
equipment for the task
You fill out any pre-task safety checklists
or forms before you start your job
You have your ID Card with you
You know Emergency Contact Numbers
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Pre Task Safety Control List
Döküman No:
İş Öncesi Güvenlik Kontrol Listesi
Document No:
Pre Task Safety Control List
Saha Tipi - Site Type
Saha ID Saha Adı
Site ID
Kule
Alt İşveren
Subcontractor
Çalışan Kişi Sayısı
- Tower
Number of
- Site Name
Çatı
Kontrol Edenin / Controlled By
Adı Soyadı / Name-Surname
İmzası / Signature
Kontrol Tarihi - Control Date
Rooftop
Listesi' sahada
AÇIKLAMALAR: 'İş Öncesi Güvenlik Kontrol
çalışmaya başlamadan önce takım lideri tarafından
A) ARAÇ / SÜRÜŞ GÜVENLİĞİ
-
doldurulur ve sahada çalışmayı yapacak kişiler
be filled out by site team leader and will
EXPLANATIONS:'PreTask Control List' will
fill Part C, for tower tasks fill Part D.
ile paylaşılır. Formda Bölüm -A ve Bölüm-B
Monopole
Lattice
Yükseklik
Height
doldurulduktan
be shared with site workers before the task
kule çalışmaları için Bölüm-D'yi
sonra çatı üstleri çalışmalar için Bölüm-C'yi,
is performed. After completing Part A and
EVET /YES
VEHICLE / DRIVING SAFETY
HAYIR /NO
UYGULANAMAZ /N.A.
doldurunuz.
Part B, for rooftops task
AÇIKLAMALAR
/EXPLANATIONS
ya ihtiyaç var mı?
A.1.Sahaya erişim için 4x4 araca veya özel bir başka araca/uygulama
for access to site?
A 4x4 or any special vehicle required
driving licese?
A.2. Şoförün ehliyeti var mı? Is the driver has a
safety training program?
Is the driver completed defensive driving
mı?
A.3. Şoför güvenli sürüş teknikleri eğitimi almış
car?
a vechile tracking device is present on the
A.4. Araçta araç takip sistemi mevcut mu? Is there
in good condition?
A.5. Araç lastiklerinin durumu iyi mi? Are the tires
visible?
are
tires
on
numbers
the
Are
A.6. Lastiklerin üzerindeki rakamlar okunaklı mı?
aid kits available?
mu? Are fire extinguishers, first
A.7. Araçta yangın söndürücü, ilk yardım çantası mevcut
B ) ARAZİ
-
SITE
veya
Arazi; tel çit, güvenlik barı, güvenlik şeridi
Sample
bunların kombinasyonları ile korunmuş mu?
EVET /YES
HAYIR /NO
UYGULANAMAZ /N.A.
AÇIKLAMALAR
/EXPLANATIONS
Is the site area protected by wiremesh,
B.1.
n of these?
as a
protective bars, safety line or combinatio
mu? Is the site used by the owner
alanı (veya başka bir amaçla) olarak kullanılıyor
B.2. Sahaya giriş mülk sahibi tarafından malzeme depolama
storage area (or for an other purpose)?
well?
performed
activities
ng
B.3. Saha temizliği, tertip düzen iyi mi? Are the housekeepi
tamamladı mı?
B.4. Çalışma yapacak personel yüksekte çalışma eğitimini
trainings?
Are employees completed working at heights
var mı?
iletişim (telsiz,cep telefonu,megafon v.b.)
B.5. Çalışanlar arasında görsel ve duysal
route between employees?
Is there a visual and audible communication
çalışanlar tarafından biliniyor mu?
B.6. İlkyardım ihtiyacı durumunda 112'nin aranması gerektiği
case of emergency?
Are the employees aware of calling 112 in
tarafından biliniyor mu ?
B.7. Yapılacak işler sırasında oluşabilecek tehlikeler çalışanlar
be performed?
Are employees aware of the risks that will
biliniyor mu?
içmenin yasak olduğu çalışanlar tarafından
sigara
içersinde
sınırları
alanı
B.8. Çalışma
Are employees aware of smoking is forbidden
in the working area?
gibi tehlike yaratacak kaynaklar var mı?
B.9. Açık havai elektrik hatları, orman, yakında binalar
the neighbourhood?
aerial electrical lines, forrest, buildings in
Are there any hazard resources such as
fırtınalı, rüzgarlı
B.10. Çalışmanın yapılacağı zamandaki hava koşulları
Are the activities performed in stormy, windy
Çalışma alanı aydınlatması yeterli mi?
mı ? Hava koşullarını belirtiniz.
or heavy weather conditions?Specify the
weather conditions.
Is the lighting of the working place efficient?
B.11.
uzaklıkta yapılıyor mu?
B.12. Çalıma açık havai elektrik hatlarından en az 4m
aerial electrical lines?
Is the task performed 4m away from the
a night time task planned?
B.13. Planlamış olan bir gece çalışması var mı? Is there
night time tasks?
mı? Is there enough lighting for
var
ışık
yeterli
ise
B.14. Eğer gece çalışması yapılacak
wear their
şüt tipi emniyet kemeri)? Do employees
(KKE) giymişler mi (baret, iş ayakkabısı,para
B.15. Çalışanlar uygun Kişisel Koruyucu Ekipmanlarını
type safety harness ?
proper PPE (helmet,safety shoes,parachute
(manlif) gibi kaldırma ekipmanı kullanılacak
mı?
B.16. Çalışma sırasında vinç, personel kaldırma platformu
be used during the task?
inspections of the
Will crane, personel lifting equipment(manlift)
son 3 aya ait mi? Is the periodical
platformunun-manlift) peryodik bakımları
B.17. Kaldırma ekipmanının (vincin, personel kaldırma
months?
lifting equipment completed in the last 3
with safety tape?
şeridi ile işaretlenmiş mi?Is the lifting area barricated
güvenlik
alan
yapılacağı
işleminin
B.18. Kaldırma
in good condition?
iyi durumda mı? Are the ladders' steps
B.19. Kullanılacak merdivenlerin basamakları sağlam,
ladder located
uygun olarak mı yerleştirilmiş? Is the
yüksekliğe karşılık yatayda 1birim genişlik)
B.20. Kullanılacak merdiven 4:1 oranında (dikeyde 4 birim
horizantal)?
unit
1
and
vertical
according to 4:1 ratio (4units
?
ladder
the
on
work
only
person
Does one
B.21. Merdiven üzerinde sadece tek kişi mi çalışacak?
C) ÇATI ÜSTLERİ
- ROOFTOPS
(Uydu antenleri, güneş enerjisi sistemleri
EVET /YES
HAYIR /NO
UYGULANAMAZ /N.A.
AÇIKLAMALAR
/EXPLANATIONS
vs.)
C.1. Antenin bulunduğu bölgede başka cihazlar var mı?
be owned by landlord)
(satellite or solar heating systems that could
Is the antenna site free of any other utilities?
gibi tehlikeli bölgelerden uzakta mı?
C.2. Antene erişim yolu RF kaynaklarından ve çatı kenarı
RF emissions, edge of the roof?
point
Is the access free of any hazards such as
nokta var mı?Is there a fix safe anchorage
veya emniyet kemerinin bağlanacağı güvenli
C.3. Antene erişimi sağlayacak sabitlenmiş merdiven
for the ladder or safety harness to be attached?
a fixed ladder to access antenna?
C.4. Antene erişim için sabit merdiven var mı? Is there
access antenna?
there a portable ladder in the container to
C.5. Antene erişim için seyyar mediven mevcut mu? Is
a safe walkway on the roof?
C.6. Çatıda güvenli bir yürüyüş yolu var mı? Is there
Su yalıtımı mevcut mu?
C.7. Elektrik kablolarının bağlantı noktaları güvenli mi?
secured? Is there water isolation?
Are connection points of the electrical cables
mı? Are there any fragile rooftop covers?
C.8. Çatıda herhangi kırılgan kaplama var
platformu var mı?
C.9. Kırılgan çatıda güvenli çalışmak için güvenli çalışma
roof to work safely?
Is there a safe working platform on the fragile yada diğer tehlikeli engellerden arındırılmış mı? Is the ladder on the mast free of cables
C.10. Antene erişimde kullanılan sabit merdiven kablolardan
and any other obstacles?
bağlamak için bir bağlantı noktası var mı?
C.11. Çatıda paraşüt tipi emniyet kemerini
Are there any anchorage points for the safety
harness on the rooftop?
C.12. Çatı üzerinde güvenli çalışmak için yaşam hattı
mevcut mu?
C.13. Yaşam hattının bağlantıları düzgün mü? Is the
Is there a Life Line on the roof to work safely?
general mounting of the Life Line properly
done?
çalışabilecekleri ortam mevcut mu?
C.14. Çalışanların emniyet kemeri ile yaşam hattına bağlı
to the life line?
working with safety harness that is attaced
Is the working area suitable for
bağlantı noktaları mevcut mu?
kendilerini iki noktaya bağlıyabilecekleri
C.15. Çalışanların güvenli çalışabilmesi için
the employees fasten themselves at two points
safely ?
C.16. Çalışanlar paraşüt tipi emniyet kemeri kullanıyor
mu?
Are the employees wearing safety harness?
EVET /YES
D) KULE - TOWER
koruyucu önlemler
Sahaya yetkisiz kişilerin girmesini engelleyecek
alınmış mı?
D.1.
d entries in place?
Are preventive precautions for unauthorise
on the tower?
Is there a fall protection system installed
D.2. Kuleye kurulmuş bir düşme önleme sistemi var mı?
bir bağlantı noktası var mı?
herhangi
için
kemeri
emniyet
tipi
D.3. Kulede paraşüt
on the tower?
harness
safety
the
for
points
Are there any anchorage
noktalar mevcut mu?
lışırken kendilerini iki noktaya bağlıyacağı
Can
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HAYIR /NO
UYGULANAMAZ /N.A.
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/EXPLANATIONS
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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Safety Helmet
Safety Harness
(when working
at height)
Site Pass
Safety Shoes/Boots
Ensure that you have the above items before you work on site.
Ensure that all of your PPE is in good condition. If it is not - make sure it is
replaced before you start work.
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Safety Eyewear
Ear Plugs
Safety Shoes
Safety Gloves
When welding, grinding, or doing any other type of hot work always wear the
correct PPE for the job you are doing.
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Safety shoes/boots
Safety shoes prevent/minimise foot injury.
No casual shoes, sandals or slippers are allowed in the worksite.
Safety shoes must meet the requirements of EN345.
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Safety harness and lanyard
Wear and anchor your
safety harness when
working at height near
openings and edges.
You must always use a full
body harness - a safety belt
is not permitted.
A double lanyard must be
used with your harness to
allow you to be attached to
the structure at all times.
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Barricades
Ensure barricades provided are suitable for the purpose provided,
e.g. temporary tape to highlight a hazard or a permanent fixed barrier
to stop access.
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Tubular Pipe
Cable Wire
Only cable, tubular pipes and other rigid materials should be used as
barricades. Good and proper barricades will prevent site personnel from
falling off the edge or into openings.
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Working at Height/
On the Edge
Safety Lanyard
Work at height means work in any place where, if precautions were not
taken, a person could fall down and injure themselves.
E.g.
• if a person works above ground level
• if a person could fall from an edge, through an opening or fragile surface, or
• if a person could fall from ground level into an opening in a floor or hole in
a ground
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Life Line
Tools are not to be placed near the edge. Keep them in a tool box and away from
the edge.
Do not work within 2 meters of an unprotected edge unless you are using a lifeline.
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Life Line
DANGER!
KEEP OUT
KEEP OUT
DANGER!
When working at height, ensure that the ground below is cleared. Barricade the
affected area. Station a watchman and put up a warning signboard.
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Working On Towers
DANGER!
KEEP OUT
Be sure that;
you have completed your pre task checkist or permit to work
you never climb a tower without having emergency backup
you always wear a full body safety harness
you are attached to the structure at all times
your tools and equipment are secure when climbing
you check the weather before climbing to ensure it is safe for you do so
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Working Platform
Use a proper work platform. Remember ladders are not working platforms.
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Mobile Scaffold
Mobile scaffolding must not be
moved when people are working on it.
Mobile scaffolds must be erected in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions.
• Always use lockable wheels
• Have guard rails and toe boards
• Do not over load
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Ladder Safety
People falling from ladders is a
major cause of serious injury.
Take time to select the best
option for the work to be carried
out. Whilst ladders maybe
a good temporary solution
remember a full work platform
may be the best option.
Don’t forget:
•Only one person on a ladder at a time
• Face the ladder while climbing up or down and hold the side rails
with both hands
• Carry tools up or down on a belt or use a rope or hoist, not in your hands
• Maintain 3-point contact while climbing the ladder:
2 hands and one foot in transition
Access ladders
• Ladder must be stable and secured to prevent it moving
• Ladder angle 75 degree - 1 in 4 rule
(1 unit out for every 4 units)
• Always grip the ladder when climbing
• Ladder must be inspected before use
• Do not overeach
• Do not work off the top three rungs –
this provides a handhold
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Excavation
Safety
All excavation work should be completed by trained people.
Ground and soil conditions must be assessed to determine whether shoring or
trench shields are needed.
No person should enter a trench or excavation of more than 1 meter deep unless
the sides are battered or supported.
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Confined Spaces
Before entering any confined space e.g. pit, tanks, raised floors, roof spaces etc
make sure that:
• You check for hazards such as gas, chemicals or fumes before entering
• Equipment such as generators are placed so that fumes do not enter the space
• Sufficient lighting is provided
• The point of entry exit is kept clear at all times
• A means of communication is maintained
• There is always an observer outside of the space
• There is a clear and agreed emergency plan
REMEMBER – If the person in the space gets into trouble – DO NOT enter
without making sure it is safe and help has been called for.
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Manual Handling
Manual handling is when you move something personally
– i.e. lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, turning
Manual handling injuries can affect most areas of the body
Lift S.M.A.R.T
Size up the load
Move close to the load
Always bend the knees
Raise the object with your legs
Turn by moving your feet
Your leg muscles are your strongest.
Newer twist at the hips when lifting or carrying.
Remember if it can be moved another way
– Do not lift it
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Machinery/Equipment Safety
50T
Do not overload your equipment/machinery. Only authorised personnel are
allowed to operate heavy machinery and equipment.
50T
Ensure that the load is secured before
moving it.
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Concentrate
when operating
machinery e.g.
excavators, cranes
and bulldozers.
Lack of
concentration can
result in serious
accidents.
Always keep a safe distance away from
working machinery and equipment.
STOP!
NO UNAUTHORISED
PERSONNEL
ALLOWED
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Housekeeping Safety
Poor housekeeping produces tripping hazards. Keep your work area clean.
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Remove all protruding nails or bend them over.
Safety starts with good housekeeping.
Do not leave open holes unprotected. Report to your safety department
immediately to have them covered.
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Electrical Safety
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Use of portable electrical equipment
• Ensure all electrical equipment is in good condition before you use it
• Only use electrical equipment for the use for which it was intended
• Always ensure cables are routed where they cannot be damaged
• Use portable earth leakage protection devices
Electrical work
• Electrical work work must only be carried out by trained people
• If you are not sure at any time - stop and ask your manager
• Report any damaged or unsecured electrical equipment or
installations immediately
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Power Tools
When using power tools, take the general precautions below:
• Never carry a tool by the cord or hose
• Use appropriate PPE
• Never yank the cord or the hose to disconnect it from the receptacle
• Keep cords and hoses away from heat, oil and sharp edges
• Disconnect tools when not in use, before servicing and when changing
accessories such as blades, bits or cutters
• All observers should be kept at a safe distance away from the work area
• Secure work with clamps or a vice, freeing both hands to operate the tool
• Avoid accidental starting. The worker should not hold a finger on the switch
button while carrying a plugged-in tool
• Tools should be maintaned with care
• Follow instructions in the user’s manual for lubricating and changing
accessories
• Be sure to keep good footing and maintain good balance
• All portable electric tools that are damaged shall be removed from use
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Machinery Guard
Do not remove machinery guards. Do not use equipment, machinery if there are
no safety guards.
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Hand Tools
Employees who use hand and power tools and who are exposed to the
hazards of falling, flying, abrasive and splashing objects, or exposed to
harmful dusts, fumes, mists, vapors, or gases must be provided with the
particular personal equipment necessary to protect them from the hazard.
All hazards involved in the use of tools can be prevented by following five
basic safety rules;
• Keep all tools in good condition with regular maintenance
• Use the right tool for the job
• Examine each tool for damage before use
• Operate according to the manufacturer’s instructions
• Provide and use the proper personal protective equipment
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Fire Safety
• Keep sources of ignition away from combustible material
• Keep the amount of combustible material to a minimum
• Always know where your emergency exits are and what you should do in
the event of a fire
• Keep emergency exits clear at all times
How to use a Fire Extinguisher
PASS = Pull - Aim - Squeeze - Sweep
01. Pull the safety
pin at the top of the
extinguisher
02. Aim the nozzle,
horn or hose at the
base of the flames
03. Squeeze or
press the handle
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04. Sweep from side to
side at the base of the
fire until it goes out
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Safe Driving
Stay Safe
• Use seat belt all times- driver and
passenger(s)
• Do not use handled mobile phones
while driving
• Be well-rested before driving
• Avoid taking medications that make
you drowsy
• Set a realistic goal for the number
of miles that you can drive safely
each day
• If you are impaired by alcohol or any drug do not drive
Stay Focused
• Driving requires your full attention. Avoid distractions, such as adjusting the
radio or other controls, eating or drinking, and talking on the phone
• Continually search the roadway to be alert to situations requiring
quick action.
• Stop about every two hours for a break. Get out of the vehicle
to stretch, take a walk and get refreshed
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Avoid Aggressive Driving
• Keep your cool in traffic!
• Be patient and courteous to
other drivers
• Do not take other drivers’
actions personally
• Plan your journey - consider rest
breaks and think about the weather
and road conditions
Maintain Your Vehicle
• Make sure your vehicle is appropriately serviced
• Check your tyres to ensure the pressure is correct and for signs of wear
• Make sure you have enough fuel for the journey
• Check your windscreen wipers and washer fluid level
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Radio Frequency
0.3m
5m TYP
0.3m
Antenna Height
0.3m
While the fields in this area are within
acceptable limits, caution must be
exercised because nearby locations
may exceed the limits.
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General procedure for antenna sites
• Assume all antennas are active, including equipment that is not
Vodafone, e.g paging or broadcast equipment
• All personnel shall have Radio Frequency awareness training
• All personnel entering this site must be authorized
• Before working on antennas, notify owners and disable appropriate transmitters
• Do not work in front of operating antennas
• Report any suspected overexposure to your line manager
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Emergency Response
Make sure you know what to do in the event of an emergency.
In case of emergency, contact with your supervisor
immediately. Only qualified First Aiders are allowed to
provide first aid to casualties.
If you need professional help,
call for help immediately.
Accident & Incident Reporting
Accident/Incident happens
Provide First Aid /call emergency services
Inform your Site Manager
Make sure the area is safe and complete
the accident report form
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Reporting incidents quickly
is important to ensure that
the causes can be identified
and things can be done to
stop them happening again.
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Your Family Needs You!
Last and not least, whatever job you do, do it safely. Your family needs you!!!
Remember
Think Safety,
Work Safely
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Emergency Response
Emergency Contact Numbers
First Aid :
Fire:
Police:
Company Contact Numbers
Supervisor:
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My Safety Handbook
Group Health, Safety & Wellbeing Team
May 2010
Version 1.0
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