At ProEn, we are committed to safe work practices in order to eliminate or minimise the risk of death, injury, or damage to people and, or assets during the performance of the functions of the work site.
1) All workers involved must be wearing Personnel Protective Equipment
Examples of PPE are Safety helmets, hearing protectors, safety goggles, gloves, safety harnesses, safety shoes.
2) Scaffolding procedure must be strictly followed
All workers involved must be deemed fit to carry out work. Following that, a site survey will be conducted to ensure that ground foundation is fit for erection of scaffold and there are absence of obstruction possibilities. Scaffold materials are then checked for any defects or damages (such as rust). All damaged materials will be rejected. Only when all these steps are fulfilled, scaffold work will commence.
3) Tag System
We have adopted a tag system to reduce the chances of accidents occuring. Any uncompleted or unsafe scaffold erection will be tagged with a prominent "DO NOT USE SCAFFOLD" tag. Scaffolds which are safe to use after inspection will instead be tagged with a " SAFE TO USE" tag. Both tags will be placed in an obvious position and will be brightly coloured so that they are easily noticed.