How to be prepared for a safety inspection

Occupational risk prevention is a fundamental pillar in any company. It increases safety conditions at work, prevents accidents and complies with current regulations to avoid possible sanctions.

Working in optimal conditions and in a safe environment is key to achieving the maximum potential in each project. It is therefore important to adopt the necessary technical and organizational measures to ensure the safety of operators.

At CMIM we have it clear. Every electrical and electronic product that wants to be introduced in the Moroccan market goes through an exhaustive control and verification. for exports to Morocco that guarantees the safety in the use of these products.

We mean that if the user is confident with the work team, this confidence will be reflected in the product or service being developed.

That said, here are some tips to help you be prepared for a safety inspection and make your work environment a trustworthy place.

Let's start at the beginning. Every company and user/worker must be clear about the rules, measures and aspects necessary for the use of machinery. The user must comply with the safety measures recommended by the manufacturer to reduce the risk of suffering any mishap with the work equipment during the work activity being carried out.

Employees must adapt to the work and, therefore, to the machinery they will be using without harming their health or putting their safety at risk.

Sometimes the level of risk is so high that, in addition to fixed guards, additional protective measures are required. For example, mobile guards or protective devices are often used for access to hazardous areas. However, for both fixed and additional protection, we must always follow the manufacturer's instructions.

Another technical safety measure that we are probably all familiar with is the use of PPE. They are equipment that can be carried and are designed to protect the worker from single or multiple risks. At the time, it was one of the most widely used safety measures implemented by health services to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is advisable that the use of each piece of work equipment should be assigned to the corresponding employer. To this end, it is very important to train each person on the machinery to be used. The worker must know how it works as well as the risk involved in its use.

Once all these measures have been implemented, it is time for inspection. All work equipment must be inspected periodically since safety-related elements can fail and cause accidents. Depending on each case and taking into account the information provided by the manufacturer, the frequency of inspection will be more or less continuous.

In case of doubt, in the Directive 2009 / 104 / EC contains the minimum health and safety requirements for the use of work equipment. In addition, for high-risk cases, a series of specific inspections are determined.

After all, the target of the inspections consists of to ensure the health y security of the workers to avoid or prevent dangerous situations.

That's it! In CMIM we take care of effective security measures and verification for exports to morocco Your security is our security!

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