Measures for Health Problems Due to Bad Weather Conditions
Textile products and raw materials can constantly produce dust and cause dust in the air, threatening the health of workers both physically and chemically. A number of measures are taken against dusting of the ambient air. Material is not entered into the working environment without removing coarse dust. Coarse dust removal processes are carried out in isolated environments. Floor washing or wet mopping is constantly applied to prevent air pollution due to floor dust. Vents are actively working for fresh air flow. In addition to the measures, the use of dust masks is used during the work until the weather conditions become suitable.
Measures for Health Problems Due to Physical ConditionsThe most ideal and comfortable working environment is provided by taking into account factors such as the body posture of the employees, the height of the workbench or the machine, the way they sit and the need for constant access to the materials to be used, and the hand tools used. Wheeled trolleys, forklifts and pallet trucks are used instead of manpower in works that require forcing or lifting heavy loads.
Measures for Health Problems Due to Noise Pollution
Some construction machines can work noisy. Noisy work environments are isolated from other environments where employees generally work. The personnel working in a noisy environment are provided to work alternately at periodic intervals or the use of headphones providing noise isolation is allocated to the personnel.
Measures Against Work Accidents
Some machines and equipment used in the work area contain risks that may cause work accidents if not used carefully. For this reason, a business plan is carried out in such a way that it will be used by personnel who have received training and awareness about the relevant machine. A layout plan is made in such a way that it is far from the transition and usage point of other personnel. It is ensured and supervised that the machine operator takes the necessary safety precautions and works with the right safety equipment. Emergency stop buttons are located in easily accessible locations.
The material stacking and the placement of the tools are made in a way that the fabric storage plan does not create the risk of collapse and falling.
It is prohibited and inspected for personnel to ride on freight elevators, forklifts and pallet trucks. Unauthorized personnel are prevented from using the machine.
In the formation of slippery floors, the floor warning signs are closed to the use and passage of personnel until the floor returns to normal.
In case of a possible injury, first aid training is given to our personnel by the workplace physician or alternative health personnel so that emergency first aid intervention can be made.
Measures Against Fire Hazards
Against the risk of fire, emergency response planning with expert support for factors that may cause fire, personnel training and awareness at periodic intervals, and then support with exercises are provided. An in-person emergency response team is determined. It is ensured that the fire extinguishing equipment and fire extinguishing tubes to be used are kept at convenient points that are easily accessible and that the fire extinguishers are changed regularly depending on their lifetime.
Emergency exit points and assembly points are planned for situations that require extraordinary evacuation such as fire, earthquake, and are indicated on the workplace sketch and determined with signs and signs.
As a result of the joint work of our workplace doctor and occupational safety specialist, safety risks in the work area and situations that may threaten personnel health are determined, necessary precautions and improvements are made.
Periodic transformer maintenance for electrical fire risks, insulation of electrical transition points and electrical carrier cables with ground, water and other conductors are carefully ensured. Out of working hours, electricity is cut off from the main entrance.
It is ensured that flammable, combustible, chemical-containing substances, acids and pressurized materials are used in appropriate environments and stored in accordance with the guidelines specified in the Material Safety Data (MSDS) forms.
Risks due to psychosocial factors
Due to excessive work tempo, uncertain division of labor and stressful working conditions, it can cause psychological problems such as low morale and motivation, other communication problems between employees, attention deficit, visual impairment, aggression. For this reason, business planning is made with reasonable working times, taking into account the maximum working hours, as stated in the laws and regulations. Psychological pressure, ill-treatment, harassment, discriminatory policies, etc. behaviors that will affect the morale motivation of the employees are not allowed in the working environment. Social opportunities and social security are provided for each of our employees.
Article 50 of the Constitution “No one is allowed to work in jobs that do not match their age, gender and strength. cannot be run. Working conditions for minors and women and those with physical and mental disabilities are specially protected.”, Article 56 “Everyone in a healthy and balanced environment has the right to live.” subject to its provisions.