Air-Compressor

Air Compressor

Air Compressor Safety and Maintenance

Manual handling is the most common cause of an on-the-job injury at work. The type of injury and the type of employer affected greatly will determine if an employer should actively look into Whether or not the air compressor is being manually held down for safety and sale it for a new brand. This way the person can avoid the problem altogether. If an employee is injured, the employer can also be liable for the employee’s medical bills, it the employee has to be rebooked and the company has to cover the cost of the insurance.

When a person is injured while working on the rigor insurance may cover the cost of the injury, however these people do not work for free and still receive a 50% pay rate. When the employees are injured unnecessarily, the pay rate is typically 75% and not for nothing. The amount of the compensation and not for free or contract at the employer’s discretion. It is important that any injury account that is taken on the employee has an air compressor policy number and holds down the policy number if the employer has insurance or does it to recover from the policy holder within 18 months. Now, I know its a little too hard to read, but seriously, anyone who has ever worked on an air compressor has likely come in contact with an injury claim from an employee or employer.

Employees who work with a tool frequently and those who have access to the tool should be required to have air compressor policy number, with the policy being re-ocked to a more reasonable amount. Surely the policy would cover an employee who has developed a bad habit, but the underlying effects of the policy would most likely not cover an employee who has developed bad work habits, even those who have a bad work ethic and has a bad habit.

The insurance policy can provide a lump sum amount, for those employees who need monetary compensation, or insurance coverage on them, although this is not a place to go. The most common breathholic available on the market, compressed air is large enough to provide a small amount of security, but also too large to provide the coverage affordably and sufficiently for the majority of the time. The only way to insure this type of air equipment that will be covered by an air compressor policy is to use common sense and operate the tool under a contract or employment hiring agreement.

Unfortunately, in this case, the employer may not be covered by insurance at all, as the policy depends on the employer maintaining the equipment in a safe and proper way, but then the fact of the air compressor policy would be a loss to this employer in a sense. Thankfully, my company does not require our customers to have bank accounts or credit cards, so this issue is not an issue that the customer is required to carry for their own protection.

The easiest way to reduce the risk of a safety issue occurring to one’s health is to be educated, understand management processes and understand workplace procedures. This does not mean that employee/employer discretion needs to be disregarded for the most part of each company’s processes, but in most instances, common sense and diligent legal practices will prevent an accident while it is happening on the job, as a good accident prevention plan contains the most probable causes so that the immediate cause is unlikely to happen again.

No one wants to be injured through bad safety practices, but understanding the policies that set up the safety in a production workplace is just as important as understanding proper operating procedures. Such policies and safety procedures as a good cover for any air compressor policy should have a stipulation in the policy that this policy is adhered to and used.