By William R. Johnson, James Burton Robertson
"Management, Operation and upkeep of Irrigation and Drainage structures (Manual No. 57)" is a revision of the 1980 book "Operation and upkeep of Irrigation and Drainage Systems". This handbook offers major new recommendations and changes of tactics which were applied during the irrigation and drainage undefined, fairly in parts of administration and upkeep innovations, environmental merits and defense practices. it's meant to aid irrigation and drainage districts to reduce bills whereas maximizing creation with on hand assets. furthermore, this revised guide can be of curiosity to somebody linked to irrigation and drainage platforms in the course of the global.
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The safety program can be classified under two general headings: employee safety and public safety. This program is not only important in maintaining the safety of the employees but protects water users, the public in general, and all facilities and equipment owned and operated by the organization. Safety pays in many respects. Accidents can cause personal discomfort and monetary losses to the employee as well as monetary and produc- 16 IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS tivity losses for the organization.
The minutes of the aforementioned meetings and any other safety meeting should be recorded on a specific form (see Fig. F-3 of Appendix F). Safety presentations and ongoing discussions on safety problems within the organization need to be recorded, and any recommendations made need to be noted. The safety program should be ongoing, with various materials, such as posters and fliers, being posted and distributed continuously to emphasize to all employees the importance of safety. Unsafe Conditions Any unsafe condition should be reported by the first employee noticing such a condition.
8. SAFETY PROGRAM Irrigation districts have an obligation to employees and a legal mandate under federal, state, and local laws to develop and carry out an effective safety program. A safety program is in the best interest of the district to maintain the well-being of its employees and to reduce the risk of liability. The safety program can be classified under two general headings: employee safety and public safety. This program is not only important in maintaining the safety of the employees but protects water users, the public in general, and all facilities and equipment owned and operated by the organization.