1. All work should be performed in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and safety rules that apply to it as appropriate.
  2. Any work that requires a license, certificate or specific training (such as electrical work, heat, altitude, with hazardous substances, driving a vehicle, operating a facility / appliance / tractors and bulldozers, etc.) will be made only by those who are licensed, certified or have undergone training.
  3. Work clothes must be worn at all times in accordance with the type of work being done, including wearing only closed shoes. If necessary, it is required to use additional protective equipment based on the type of work: head/hair covering, gloves, helmet, ear plugs / headphones out at the noise areas, goggles when using hazardous materials / painting works / polishing or any other work that creates dust chips, face guards during the cutting, etc.
  4. Do not handle any moving tools or equipment before testing the the energy / power supply has been turned off.
  5. Light up the work area (flood lighting and local lighting supplies) when working in dim lit or dark areas.
  6. It needs to be taken into consideration the environmental conditions during the tasks being performed such as, but not limited to, protecting your head and using sunscreen against sun exposure, drinking plenty of water, using dust filters, wearing warm clothes in cold weather conditions, using head lighting when in dark areas, etc.
  7. Make sure that the tools are designed and suitable for the relevant work, that the maintenance level of the tools are adequate and correct, and that you are completely equipped with all necessary protective equipment.
  8. Mark workspace with “marking tape” or any equivalent form of marking that is effective, including lighting the marked area in the dark. Create a physical fence and a sign for open pits, trenches, construction work, scaffolding or any similar construction site.
  9. Equipment, materials or tools should not block any access roads, escape routes, fire fighting stations, fire extinguishers, cabinets and emergency power disconnect buttons.
  10. Do not carry out any work that looks dangerous or threatening to others without the necessary safety measures and / or control / supervision required, and / or stop the action immediately if the conditions surrounding the task could be hazardous.
  11. In case of risk, safety hazard, doubt, uncertainty or lack of knowledge regarding safety, immediately contact the person responsible for carrying out the work on behalf of the organizers.

 

Please note that other guidelines and safety rules are included in different procedures of the organization dealing with issues such as installations, theme camps, fire safety / gas / electricity, tents and erect sun shades, traffic etc.