（1）Before set up the tent, train the tent erection workers to deal with unexpected accidents and first aid knowledge to ensure that the on-site workers can provide correct and effective first-aid treatment to the injured on-site after the accident or when the emergency plan has not been responded to.
(2) The knowledge of tent safety awareness education is not easy to determine. It should be changed with the situation of safety production, and the knowledge of stage education should be determined. Combined with the accidents, enhance the safety awareness of the tent construction workers, firmly grasp the confidence in safety knowledge and skills, and receive accident training education.
(3) Every day, the tent installation workers who enter the venue shall make a safe explanation before taking up their posts. It is true that workers who have not participated in safety studies cannot start work, and workers who have not accepted safety clarifications cannot go to work.
During the use of the tent, measures should be taken to prevent collapse.
①Check if there is any settlement near the foundation of the column.
②Patrol and inspect the stability of the tent should have an inspection record after the typhoon or rainstorm .
③Pay attention to the weather forecast, take timely precautions, conduct a comprehensive inspection before the typhoon arrives, fix it with fasteners above the tent, check whether the expansion screws are tight, and whether they are connected to the ground. Ensure the stability of the tent and ensure that it is not affected by the typhoon. After the typhoon passes, a comprehensive inspection of the equipment is conducted to ensure that there are no hidden safety hazards before it can be used normally.
Measures to prevent collapse during tent dismantling
①Before dismantling the tent, the corresponding demolition construction plan must be prepared according to the specific conditions of the project, and the corresponding regulations should be strictly implemented.
②upper air workers (more than 2 meters) must wear non-slip shoes and safety belts during disassembly to prevent accidents such as falling from heights and objects falling and hurting people.
③Cross-operation is strictly prohibited. When working above, people are prohibited from walking, staying or working below.
④During remove of the tent, it is strictly forbidden for the operator to go to the area unrelated to the disassemble site.