Safety Policy

Safety Policy

Your safety in the field is a constant concern for WHGCM.

We have taken every precaution to provide a safe and comfortable workplace. First and foremost, danger originates at the beginning of awareness and WHGCM requires all, to maintain the utmost concern for safety.

All employees are encouraged to give valuable input on safety improvement and give certain material rewards.

On a daily basis, a safety council will be held regularly by the safety manager. The safety manager will meet with management at any time to ensure that the safety program can be adjusted for enhancement at any time.

In addition to the safety meeting, we will also list all kinds of possible dangerous situations and regularly preach to employees. It is done so that everyone will keep the safety lessons in mind.

WHGCM is educated on any intentional or habitual violation of safety rules and is making sure that such behavior is not repeated.

Special safety training is required for those who violate safety rules, a test is given, and supervision by the safety inspector and safety manager is required.

The special supervision is not removed until the violation does not occur for two weeks.

Through continuous and in-depth education, common sense safety is taken to heart to ensure the greatest assurance of employee safety at work, on the road and at home.

Sincere concern for the health and well-being of each member of the team.

Accident reporting.

Any injury on the job, no matter how small, must be reported immediately to the safety supervisor and receive first aid treatment.

Specific safety rules and guidelines.

To ensure the safety of you and your co-workers, observe and obey the following rules and guidelines:

- Observe and practice safety procedures.

- In the event of illness or injury, no matter how minor, report it to your supervisor immediately. Under no circumstances should employees treat their own injuries or those of others.

- In the event of a leg, back or neck injury, unconsciousness, or serious head injury, employees should not be moved until medical attention from authorized personnel has been obtained.

- Dress code is strictly enforced on the work site and helmets are worn as necessary. Wearing loose-fitting clothing will not be allowed on the job site.

- No distracting others to prevent causing safety accidents.

-Essential operations must wear protective equipment, such as goggles, safety glasses, face shield, gloves, etc.

- Safety equipment, such as restraints, pull-back devices, and two-hand devices, are designed to protect you.

- When stacking materials, bins and boxes, be careful not to block walkways, exits, firefighting equipment, electric lights or power panels, valves, etc. Fire doors and escape routes must be kept clear at all times.

- Keep the work area clean.

- Use compressed air only for the intended work.

- Observe smoking regulations.

- Turn off the machine before cleaning, servicing or leaving.

- Traction motors and lift trucks are to be operated by authorized personnel only.

- Running is not allowed in the workplace.

- Before operating any equipment, make sure no other person is stationed inside the equipment or near parts that can cause a hazard.

- Do not operate machines or equipment until authorized by a supervisor.

- Do not engage in other practices that may be inconsistent with ordinary and reasonable rules of common sense safety.

- Report any unsafe conditions or behavior to your supervisor.

- Help prevent accidents.

- Use designated pathways when going from one place to another; do not take dangerous shortcuts.

- Lift properly, using your legs, not your back. For heavier loads, use tools or ask your supervisor for help.

- Notify maintenance personnel when equipment is found to need care; do not handle it without permission.

- Keep machine guards in their intended position.

- Do not throw things.

- Clean up spilled liquids, oil or grease immediately.

- Wear hard-soled shoes and appropriate clothing.

- Keep trash and waste paper in their designated locations.


Safety Checklist.

Daily safety checks are not just the responsibility of safety personnel, but every site team member, at all times.

It is the responsibility of each employee to be aware of possible hazards and to do no harm to others and not to be harmed by others.

Always be aware of one of the following situations, which can create hazards

- Slippery floors and walkways

- Fire doors that do not open at all times.

-Hose links, pipes in walkways or areas where pedestrians may be present.

- Missing (or non-functional) entrance and exit signs and lights

- Inadequate stairway lighting

- Handrails and guardrails appear loose or dislodged

- Doors and windows appear loose or damaged.

- Supplies or equipment stacked in a hazardous manner

- Windows are open or broken

- Doors on electrical panels open

- Water, air, or oil leaks

- Indicator or warning signs are faulty

- Safety devices are not working properly.

- The path to the fire extinguisher, hose nozzle is blocked

- Equipment is overheating

- Greasy rags and debris

- Cigarette butts

-Guards missing, damaged, loose or improperly stored

Comprehensive preventive measures

Ensure environmental hygiene as well as personal hygiene to not leave a breeding ground for viruses and bacteria.

For Covid 19 and other viruses, WHGCM recommends that team members be vaccinated and that WHGCM cover the cost of the vaccine.


WHGCM is committed to providing a good and safe working environment for its employees and considers the physical and mental health of its employees as the first priority. Detailed regulations are in place for site safety.