The Project Safety Day was attended by over 26,000 people. With such a huge number of people, the Grand Toolbox Talk, which is the opening program of the event, was conducted in several different areas simultaneously. During this program, the Construction Managers led a demonstration on the proper use of equipment.
A special walkthrough was initiated to identify the “Safest Areas,” which were then scored by the Joint Venture inspectors. An interactive activity was introduced during the event called “Listening Tours,” wherein Champions of each Zone at site had talks with the workers. The workers shared their comments and feedback on work in general and about health and safety relevant to their work activities. The workers were given gifts as token of appreciation.
During the Safety Day, all project organizations put up exhibit booths showcasing different elements of Safety. The Commissioning team also put up a booth to showcase a key element of commissioning safety, which is Confined Space Entry. The display included Permit to Work box, warning signs, watchman, and emergency response preparations.
Among all booths put up by JGC and Subcontractors, the “Best Booth” was selected by a jury. This booth, which was done a Subcontractor, presented several scenarios, such as confined space at the barge, fire prevention program, waste management, and photos of the site during the start of construction until the completion. The Safety Day event was finally concluded with a HSSE Committee Meeting attended by the top management of the Client, EPC partner companies and the Subcontractors.