Related safety regulations for closed management of enterprises during epidemic prevention and contr

source:Yaohua Glassrelease date:2020-02-10

According to Yaohua Group's epidemic prevention and control work arrangements, the relevant safety regulations during the closed management of epidemic prevention and control are formulated as follows:

First, production safety

1. During the epidemic, on-the-job personnel must strictly abide by the safety management regulations and safe operating procedures of their own units, and strictly implement the safety production responsibility system at all levels. 2. On-the-job personnel must strictly wear labor protection articles in accordance with the protection requirements of this post. 3. On-the-job personnel are not allowed to leave or leave their posts without authorization, and must abide by the labor discipline of the unit. 4. Strengthen process inspection and equipment inspection to ensure production safety and stability during the epidemic. 5. Inspection and maintenance operations, limited space, hazardous operation, and hot work must be strictly approved and monitored. 6. It is necessary to increase the frequency of inspections for key parts and report the inspections to the leaders in charge The company’s security management personnel inspect the site more than twice a day,and timely require rectification when found hidden dangers,and timely report the major hidden dangers to the company leaders.

Public safety

1. Work and rest requirements. Optimize shifts based on labor intensity and job characteristics. Three shifts can be arranged for high-strength jobs. Shifters must ensure adequate rest time after work and rest at least 8 hours a day. Two-shift staff is advised to switch to white every week. And night shifts, pay attention to the mental state of the employees, and avoid fatigue. 2. Dormitory requirements. Arrange accommodation in principle in the staff lounge, locker room or office, meeting room. It is forbidden to set up employee dormitories in warehouses and workshops, and it is strictly forbidden to set up dormitories in places such as transformer cabinets and hydrogen stations where there is a risk of dangerous explosions to ensure that employees have a relatively comfortable rest environment. 3. Personal protection. It is required that all units must regularly distribute masks that can meet the requirements of epidemic protection (mainly issued by the National Health and Health Commission in real time). Each employee in the factory must wear a mask in public places and replace it regularly according to the protection requirements. For positions that have long-term contact with outsiders, such as delivery and doormen, it is recommended to distribute N95 standard protective masks. Obsolete masks are collected and processed by all departments in a centralized manner, and must not be discarded randomly. 4. Management of outsourced units. The personnel of the outsourced construction unit are treated as our company's personnel. The outsourced unit is implemented in accordance with the closed management system. After the foreign personnel come to Qinhuangdao, they must report the situation of close contacts and isolate themselves for 14 days. Health status, sign the responsibility statement for epidemic prevention and control, and enter the factory for construction after the company's approval, and implement the daily zero report system. Before entering the factory, foreigners must accept the infrared measurement of body temperature by the doorman. The doorman is responsible for recording the body temperature. If the body temperature exceeds 37 degrees Celsius, they are not allowed to enter the factory. Relevant departments must do a good job of registering and confirming foreigners. And other information. 5. Sanitary requirements. Hands must be washed before and after each meal. Disinfectant hand sanitizer, soap and alcohol cotton balls or disinfected wipes should be installed in the main places such as bathrooms and canteens. Employees are required to wash their hands before or after meals or wipe with alcohol swabs and rinse with running water. 6. Daily monitoring. Requires each employee (including foreign commissioners) to take a daily temperature measurement, check the physical condition of each employee, and report statistically in units of teams. If symptoms such as abnormal body temperature, fever, fatigue, dry cough or dyspnea are reported to the company immediately And immediately arrange on-site disinfection and hospital visits, track the diagnosis results, and take relevant preventive measures. 7. Safe dining. Employees are shifted to dine at the peak, and meals are served at a single table. Avoid cross contact and gathering.

Third, the electricity safety of accommodation

1. It is strictly forbidden to remove, relocate, and increase power supply lines and facilities without permission, and it is strictly forbidden to damage the power supply troughs and power supply circuits of the dormitory. The use of "three-none", unqualified, inferior, and home-made electrical equipment is strictly prohibited. 2. It is strictly forbidden to use electric stoves, electric blankets, and fast-heating electrical equipment in the dormitory, and it is prohibited to use inferior power strips. 3. It is strictly forbidden to use cooking appliances and equipment such as rice cookers and electric woks in the dormitory. 4. It is strictly forbidden to pull wires on the bed, place mobile sockets, and use table lamps or other electrical equipment. Mobile sockets must be placed in a safe place and not allowed to be near flammable items such as bedding, clothes, books, etc. 5. It is strictly forbidden to dry and bake clothes on power lines or electrical equipment such as air conditioners and electric heaters. 6. Before leaving the dormitory, employees must turn off all switches of electric equipment such as lights, air conditioners and heating equipment, and leave after checking and confirming. 7. In the process of using electrical appliances, when an abnormal situation occurs, immediately stop the operation and turn off the power, and promptly report for maintenance. It is strictly forbidden to repair by yourself. 8. It is prohibited to place alcohol, perfume, skin care products and other flammable items around heating equipment and electrical equipment.

Fourth, the safe use of disinfectant

(I) Precautions for the use of alcohol 1. Hazardous characteristics: flammable, irritating, fire and explosion caused by open flame and high heat. 2. Fire extinguishing method: Move the container to an open area as much as possible. Use wet towels and wet clothing to cover the fire. Sand or soil can also be used outdoors. Water is strictly prohibited. 3. Storage: Keep away from fire and heat sources. The temperature in the storage room should not exceed 22 ° C. Avoid direct sunlight. Do not store other flammable and explosive items. The warehouse should be equipped with fire extinguishing facilities. 4. Receiving: The quantity cannot be too large for one-time receipt and temporary storage. The issuing staff is responsible for controlling the amount of release, each time not exceeding 500ml (two bottles for small beverage bottles, not more than half a large bottle), registration for registration, and establishment of a ledger . 5. Temporary storage: Sealed and stored away from high temperature, pay attention to proper storage. 6. Use: During the disinfection of 75% ethanol, spray disinfection is prohibited in the room. Wipe method is used to disinfect the room to maintain indoor ventilation. 7. Use: It is strictly forbidden to have fire sources and high-temperature objects, no smoking in the area of the use site, and it is prohibited to use in the surroundings of the melting furnace, natural gas reversing room and hydrogen station and other dangerous explosion places. 8. Disposal: used cloth cleaning tools such as towels, etc., after use, wash with water and keep it tightly closed, or dry in a ventilated place. 9. It is strictly prohibited to use alcohol with 84 disinfectant at the same time. When using various disinfectants, follow the instructions and precautions. (Two) precautions for the use of chlorine-containing disinfectants 1. Protection. Chlorine-containing disinfectants are generally highly irritating or corrosive. If they are in direct contact with the human body for a long period of time, they will cause greater irritation to human skin and mucous membranes. Rubber gloves must be worn during deployment and use. 2. Use. It is strictly forbidden to mix chlorine disinfectant with other disinfection or cleaning products. For example, if 84 disinfectant is mixed with toilet cleaner, it will produce toxic gas, which will irritate human throat, respiratory tract and lungs and cause poisoning. 3. Standard use. Chlorine-containing disinfectants generally have strong bleaching and corrosive properties. It is strictly forbidden to contact with acidic materials. It is best not to be used for disinfection of clothes. The concentration must be low when used and the immersion time should not be too long. 4. Safe storage. The chlorine-containing disinfectant should be stored in a cool, ventilated place, away from fire and heat sources, avoid direct sunlight, and should be kept out of the reach of children to avoid accidental ingestion. 5. Emergency treatment. When the skin is contaminated with the chlorine-containing disinfectant stock solution, it must be immediately rinsed with a large amount of flowing water, and when the eyes are splashed with the chlorine-containing disinfectant, it should be continuously washed with water or physiological saline, and sent to the hospital for treatment quickly. If you take it by mistake, you can immediately feed milk, egg white, etc. to protect the gastric mucosa and reduce damage, then induce vomiting, and immediately send it to the hospital for treatment.

Fifth. Fire Safety

1. Every post personnel inspects the fire extinguishing equipment, fire hydrant, fire alarm and other equipment of this post every day to ensure that it is intact and effective. 2. Ensure the smooth passage of evacuation routes and safety exits. No evacuation passages shall be occupied or obstacles affecting evacuation shall be set up on the evacuation passages and safety exits. 3. It is forbidden to smoke in non-smokers, and it is forbidden to use open flames in places where the unit is at risk of fire or explosion (such as hydrogen stations, natural gas switching rooms, etc.). 4. It is forbidden to randomly connect temporary wires and use electrical equipment in dormitories, production workshops, factories and other places, and prohibit excessive power consumption. Electric appliances or wires catch fire. Cut off the power before extinguishing fire. 5. Each employee must have "three understandings and three meetings", that is, understand the fire hazards of this post, basic fire protection knowledge, and fire prevention measures; report fires, extinguish fires, and organize evacuation. 6. When the alcohol solution is on fire, move the container to an open area as much as possible. Use wet towels and wet clothing to cover the fire. Sand can also be used outdoors. Water is strictly prohibited. 7. When you escape through thick smoke, you should try to keep your body close to the ground, and cover your mouth and nose with a wet towel, handkerchief, etc., to prevent the harm of toxic smoke.

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