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FRP Production Safety, Labor Protection

Jun 13, 2020

The safety of glass fiber reinforced plastic production, labor protection 1. The rights and obligations of employees:   1. Rights (1), the right to understand the risk factors, preventive measures and accident emergency measures in the workplace and workplace;    (2). Criticize, report, accuse, refuse to command illegally and impose risky operations on projects with problems in the unit's safety production work;    (3), have the right to stop operations or take possible emergency measures when an emergency situation that directly threatens personal safety is found After evacuating the workplace. 2. Obligations (1) In the process of operation, the company’s safety production rules and operating procedures should be strictly observed, obey governance, and proper use and use of labor protection equipment;     (2), should receive safety production education and training, grasp Work safety knowledge required for the job, improve work safety skills, and enhance accident prevention and emergency response capabilities; (3) If any hidden dangers or other unsafe factors are discovered, they should immediately report to the on-site work safety management staff or the person in charge of the unit; The staff who arrive at the report should deal with it in time. 2. Matters needing attention in the production workshop 1. Protective equipment must be worn as required during operation;    2. Some of the company's production materials are flammable and explosive. For safety reasons, smoking and open flames are prohibited in the workshop. Once found, they will be handled seriously;   3 、Prohibition of chasing, slapstick, alcoholism, fighting and other behaviors in the company;    4. For drugs of unknown or unknown physical and chemical properties, it is forbidden to touch them directly with their hands and smell their odor;    5. Accelerators and curing agents should not be mixed directly , In order to avoid a violent explosion;   6. Any hidden safety hazards should be eliminated in time, and those who cannot be excluded must be reported to the person in charge;   7. Do not use power tools without training and approval, and do not dismantle or repair them without the relevant qualifications. Relevant electrical and mechanical equipment;    8. Tools with potential safety hazards must be repaired in time, and they must not be used until the potential hazards have been eliminated.