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Project: Pionneer Cement Project


Doc. No.: CONST/P
20
Rev.:00
Date: July 01, 2016
Page: 1 of 1
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Falling Objects

Each day, construction workers in Wolrdwide face numerous hazards on the job. One of the most common causes of injury a
construction sites is falling objects. When a smaller object such a dropped tool falls, serious injury or harm may be prevented
hard hat.

Causes For Falling Objects Accidents


1. Improper stacking of materials or supplies
2 Failure to hold onto or properly secure a tool or machine
component
3. Lack of proper training
4. Incorrect use of a tool or piece of equipment
5. Inadequately secured load on a crane, hoist, or boom
6. Too heavy a load
7. Failure to follow safety standards
8. Neglecting to use safety devices capable of catching or stopping
9. falling objects and debris
10. Faulty materials or parts leading to a breakdown or structural
collapse
11. Malfunctioning equipment
12. Lack of posted warning signs
How Workers Can Minimize their Risk of Being Struck By a
Falling Object
1. Wear protective safety gear (helmet, goggles, hard-toe boots,
etc.) at all times while on the job
2. Be careful to stay out of areas with posted signs warning about
the potential for falling objects
3. Stay away from barricaded hazard areas
4. Never walk or stand in the fall zone under a crane, hoist, front
loader, or other piece of heavy equipment, particularly when it is
carrying a load
5. Do not walk or stand under ladders, scaffolds, or any other
place where overhead work is being done as objects and debris
are likely to fall
6. Always use the right equipment for jobs or tasks at hand
7. Do not stack materials or objects too high
8. Take the time to stack materials in such a way that prevents
sliding, falling, or having them collapse
9. Do not exceed the lifting capacity of a crane, lift, or hoist
10. When doing overhead work, secure your tools and equipment
proper.

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Doc. No.: CONST/PK//HSE/FRM-
20
Rev.:00
Date: July 01, 2016
Page: 1 of 1

Falling Objects

us hazards on the job. One of the most common causes of injury and death on
such a dropped tool falls, serious injury or harm may be prevented by wearing a

This document is intellectual property of Descon Engineering Any unauthorized use, including the modification and
reproduction of the content is strictly prohibited. © Copyrights Ordinance 2002, All Rights Reserved.
TED TO HAVE AN ACCIDENT FREE SITE.

This document is intellectual property of Descon Engineering Any unauthorized use, including the modification and
reproduction of the content is strictly prohibited. © Copyrights Ordinance 2002, All Rights Reserved.