Occupational health and Safety
There are points to be considered before the application of thermal insulation, as well as points to be considered during the application. Apartment and site managements should care about the quality of the material, price, etc., while choosing the company that will have the sheathing done, as well as the occupational safety, which is vital during the realization of this work. Occupational Safety Specialists should create and monitor a working area that complies with the regulations and does not threaten human and environmental safety.
Law No. 6331 on Occupational Health and Safety, which entered into force on 30 June 2012, imposes obligations on apartment management in this sense. For this reason, the requirements for working in accordance with the occupational safety rules should also be included as a contract clause when concluding the contract regarding the service. As it provides legal binding, Occupational Safety Reports should be requested from the relevant company when necessary.
At this point, the most important warning to apartment and site managements is the safe installation of scaffolds or the use of elevator/suspended scaffolding. Care should be taken that personnel do not work on platforms that are not fully installed. Scaffolds should not be loaded above the capacity they can carry and it should be ensured that they are designed to carry the loads placed on them. Another is to ensure the use of personal protectors such as seat belts and hard hats. The personnel who come to work must be qualified and trained, and must have a working at height report along with the report that they can work in dangerous and very dangerous jobs. Companies that perform sheathing works have to fulfill the obligations of the 'Occupational Health and Safety' Law No. 6331, as they are in the 'very dangerous' group in the hazard classes. Apartment or site managements should be sensitive in this regard when making their agreements.
The personal rights of the employees is another issue that should be considered and followed. The contractor is obliged to register the personnel he employs with SSK and to pay their wages on time with monthly payrolls. Relevant breakdowns of the personnel employed by SSI, temporary assignment documents of the personnel, personal protective equipment embezzlement forms, health report, certificate of working at height, there is no obstacle to working in very dangerous jobs, written health report and VQA certificate, Necessary documents when requested by the apartment and site managements. should be able to give.
Responsibilities can be listed as follows;
The Contractor shall be responsible for all the works of the personnel employed during their stay at the construction site. It is the Contractor's responsibility to work carefully, to solve all issues related to life and work safety, and to warn the EMPLOYER to ensure this if necessary. The Contractor shall not employ uninsured workers, shall not employ any workers under the age of 18 without wearing a safety belt, wearing a hard hat and taking safety precautions.
Foreign nationals cannot work in their country of residence without a work permit.
Workers for whom insurance entry has not been made will not be taken to the construction site, and the Contractor will notify the EMPLOYER of the name list of the daily working personnel before they go to work.
The Contractor will take measures to minimize environmental risk factors. It will comply with the EMPLOYER's environmental protection rules and all laws and obligations related to environmental protection.
The Contractor will collect the wastes it creates during its works, separate them according to their types and collect them at the place indicated by the EMPLOYER. The Contractor is directly responsible to third parties for the movements of all its employees, whether related to the job or not.
The contractor has to keep the crew, machinery and equipment in the workplace in a number and quality to be approved by the EMPLOYER in accordance with the course and speed of the work and in a way that does not disrupt other work schedules. The Contractor is obliged to increase the number of workers, vehicles, teams and machines upon the request of the EMPLOYER (when necessary).
The Contractor shall correct the faults that the EMPLOYER will see in all technical or administrative inspections and shall compensate the damage caused to the goods of the EMPLOYER. The Contractor may not ask for any additional fees or time for these works. The EMPLOYER also has the right to demand from the Contractor the damage it will incur due to such erroneous practices.