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HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PLAN


Prepared by : Anantha Krishnan R Hse Advisor, Eurogulf Construction llc Dubai.

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PROJECT

: 132/11KV SUBSTATION

PROJECT NO: O576

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: DEWA

CONSULTANT: ADU

MAIN CIVIL CONTRACTOR: EUROGULF CONSTRUCTION LLC

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY PURPOSE SCOPE RESPONSIBILITIES METHOD H.S.E RESPONSIBILITIES IN ORGANISATION INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF H.S.E MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SYSTEM MAITENANCE WORK PRACTICE AND SAFE SYSTEM OF WORK

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11. ISOLATION PROCEDURE FOR SAFE SYSTEM OF WORK 12. INTERNAL WORK PERMIT SYSTEM
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SITE HSE RULES FOR ALL PERSONNEL SETUP


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14. WELFARE ARRANGEMENTS AND SITE HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PLAN egc llc

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15. MAJOR ACTIVITIES AND SAFETY GUIDELINES 16. MATERIAL HANDLING 17. STORAGE OF MATERIALS
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LIFTING OPRATIONS

19. EXCAVATION 20. DEWATERING 21. FORM WORK 22. CONCRETE WORK 23. STRUCTURAL ERECTION 24. HOT WORK 25. WELDING SAFETY 26. SCAFOLDING SAFETY 27. LADDER SAFETY 28. CONFINED SPACE 29. CLOTHINGS AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 30. ACCIDENT INCIDENT AND EMERGENCIES
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31. INCASE OF ACCIDENT

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32. HSE INDUCTION TOPICS 33. CHECK LISTS AND FORMS

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1.1 The propos of the HEALTH SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PLAN is to provide basic safety guidelines for EUROGULF CONSTRUCTION R O personnel and e g c S A F E T Y A N D E N V I LLC N M E N T P L A N defines responsibilities Page
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for implementation and enforcement to management, supervisory staff and individual employees.
1.2

Adherence to safety rules and guidelines and protective attitude towards safety, enhance job performance. On the other hands, disregard or neglect of safe practices will not be tolerated. Violation of safety rules sets forth in this policy can result in disciplinary action.

1.3 We believe that this is in the best interests of the company and its employees to maintain an accident free environment in which the health and safety of employees are protected.
1.4

We recognize the need of safety and health of the personnel makes this an integral part of the business. This plan explains the companies HEALTH, SAFETY and ENVIRONMENT POLICY and commitment to health and safety of working people and protection of employment.

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Occupational Health and Safety Policy

Euro Gulf realizes that working safely is vital to the ultimate success of our organization. There can be no compromise with and H E A L T Hsafety; Eit Y A and E N V I R O N M be, TtheL A N e g c , S A F T is, N D always will E N P responsibility of eachPage
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every one of us. For all of our employees, safety will always take precedence over job expediency.

Euro Gulf and our Managers and Supervisors have a total commitment to, and will continue to be responsible for, health, safety, rehabilitation and welfare of our employees, and others at our work places. They may delegate OHS&R duties and activities but not their responsibilities. All persons directing the work of others at our workplaces are required to join with employees and work together towards achieving and maintaining a high level of safety performance.

Euro Gulf is also committed to protecting our employees by demonstrating a Duty of Care through effective OHS&R safety system and risk management strategies and the application of Industry-based Standard OHS&R procedures. All Employees, other persons and organizations are required to unite with us in joint objectives, which are: to create and maintain a safe, healthy and productive workplace environment and procedures for all persons at our places of work, against risks to their health, safety or welfare arising out of our work activities; to create and maintain continuous improvement strategies, systematically managing to ensure proactive hazard controls and legitimate implementation of our Policies and Procedures to the Industry-based OHS&R Standard for safety system and Risk Management; and
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To ensure compliance with the OH&S Act, Associated Acts, referenced Industry Codes of Practice and referenced Standards.

Employees are required by law under a Duty of care of their health and safety, and that of their fellow workers to the extent of their capabilities, by following all safety rules, procedures and instructions, and by reporting all hazards, injuries or ill health. Employees must not misuse safety equipment.

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PURPOSE

This procedure provides guidance in the establishment of overall health, safety and environmental policy for company and defines responsibilities for implementation and enforcement to management, supervisors and individual employees.
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Policies and procedures issued under the authority of this standard shall apply to all activities at company, where employees and contractors are performing work.

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RESPONCIBILITIES

All level of management shall be healed measurably accountable for the HEALT and SAFETY of operation under their control. Depart head or Construction Managers shall be responsible for the implementation of the SAFETY POLICIES procedures applicable to their assigned area or function. Top Management shall be accountable for the quality of the HSE performance in company. Safety Engineer/safety officer shall act in an advisory and coordinate all departments in the development and implementation of company HSE procedure.

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Supervisors/Forman/ charge hands must ensure that adequate training is conducted that the employees fully under stand the training materials.
5.6

Each employees of the company is to comply with all RULES OF CONDUCT established safety practices and policies.

5.7 Each employee is accountable to report to his supervisor any operation which, in his opinion poses an imminent danger to any one or an acceptable loss of equipment or facility.

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METHOD.

6.1 Company shall take all reasonable precautions to prevent injuries to its employees and the public from accidents associated with its operation.
6.2

Company shall provide a safe and healthy work environment for every employee, contractor and visitor.

6.3 Company will fulfill all requirements of Government local codes, regulations and directives.
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6.5 Company will establish an accident prevention program that includes hazard identification, written safety procedures, standards and procedures and responsibilities.
6.6

Safety program requirement will be implemented and consistently enforced by all level of the management organization. Personnel example and safety leadership will be considered an integral part of supervisory performance evaluation criteria.

7. H.S.E Responsibilities in the Organization


This section comes under the project specific health, safety and environment plan. Identifying the duties and responsibilities within the organization is the baseline towards implementation and smooth operation of the HEALTH & SAFETY PLAN. It covers various aspects in key areas such as monitoring, risk assessment and implementation. Each and every employee working for Euro Gulf Construction LLC is responsible for his own safety and that of the people around him. He should familiarize himself with site safety regulations and comply with them at all times.
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The duties and responsibilities outlined in this section are according to the company safety policy as well as in compliance to PCFC-EHS and Dubai Municipality safety requirements. These requirements have to be strictly adhered to at all times by each and every employee in the organization. Any violation or failure to comply with these rules and regulation may result Disciplinary action.

INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF H.S.E MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


8.1. PROJECT MANAGER:-

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The project Manager is accountable for all construction activities which include the health, safety and environmental policies. He should frequently monitor site management on the areas of implementation of health and safety system. He should fully co-operate and help the safety department for proper implementation of safety incentives scheme and training plan. SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PLAN egc Page
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D)

He should be fully aware of all the site safety requirements and should be pro-actively involved in this regard.

8.2. HSE Advisor /Officer:-

A)

The HSE Advisor/ Officer should conduct regular site inspections and ensure that there is a healthy safety environment at all times.

B)

He should ensure that his facility /operation are always in compliance with the requirements of the various authorities that frequent the site. He should directly report to the safety manager/ site in charge regarding any safety issues that he may experience.

C)

(Routine site inspections include checking and verification of hot and cold work permits, safety method statements, lifting plans, ladder and scaffolding inspection records, scaffold tags etc. If he observes any acts E N are unsafe and not in e g c site H E A L T H , S A F E T Y A N D that V I R O N M E N T P L A N conjunction to thePage
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safety policy, he should immediately bring it to the notice of the concerned authority and ensure that corrective measures are taken.)

During these inspections, the observed non-compliance of site safety rules and regulations will be recorded in specified formats and a copy should be sent to the project manager for his information and necessary action. Project safety status reports should be presented to the safety manager/project manager at regular intervals.

Maintain reports/records(related to safety) 1. Report of safety induction 2. Supervisors or foremans tool box talk reviewing 3. Monthly site safety audit 4. Disciplinary actions 5. Accident/incident record 6. Minutes of safety meetings Review of risk assessment Report and investigate accidents, dangerous occurrences, near misses etc. seek the assistance and advice of senior project manager for the investigation.

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1.

Safety induction training should be given to all site personnel before carrying out tasks and the same should be documented. Tool box talks, given by the site supervisor or foreman, should be supervised. Special training regarding safety issues for every project activity should be conducted, when required. Arrange site safety meeting. Monthly site safety meeting for supervising staff. Accident /incident review meeting. Special meeting to convey EGC Management specific safety policies and statements.

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3.

4. a) b) c)

Maintain Discipline

Disciplinary action will be taken against non-compliance of site H.S.E rules and regulations.

8. 3.

Site Engineer:-

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A) The Site Engineer should ensure that the supervisors, foreman and charge hands are dedicatedly following safety rules and regulation. B) Seek special training and advises from safety advisor/officer for any critical H.S.E issues. C) He should participate in safety auditing with safety officer /advisor and should take all necessary measures to maintain site discipline. D) He should issue the written approval to subcontractors/third party works to work in the site. Without written approval, a third party should not be allowed to operate the work. (Site entry permit) E) The site engineer should ensure every sub contractor / third party worker have third party inspection certificate for their equipment/operating system. F) Inform safety advisor/officer before implementing new man power, shifting etc. G) Give information about weekly man power and man hours to safety advisor/officer. H) He should give method statement or relevant information for every major activity to safety advisor/officer one day in advance. I) He should supervise the method statement review meeting to supervisor/ foreman and charge hands along with safety advisor.
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J) He should review the Hazard Identification tool.

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Supervisors/Foreman

1. The Supervisor/Foreman should comply with the safety rules and regulation and safety policies in their area 2. He should ensure that his subordinates are fully conversant with the safety procedures applicable to their work activity. 3. He should conduct weekly Tool-box talks. 4. He should ensure that all the employees in his work area are following their duties in the H.S.E Management system. 5 He should ensure all the welfare arrangements are as per the law. 6. Before starting any construction activity, he should fill up the H.I.T (Hazard Identification Toll). 7. According to H.I.T, he can observe the hazard, risk and mitigation action. He should arrange the safety measures within his premises; otherwise he can seek the services of site engineer/safety officer.
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8. Before repairing or adjusting any equipment, he should take an authorized permission. 9. He should inform the authorized person for services of any equipments or vehicles used in construction site. 1O. He should arrange the man power as per the rotation base system. 11. He should always be aware about the total man power and where they are working. 12. He should be prepared to face any sort of emergency in the construction site. 13. He should attend the H.S.E Training programs and enforce the H.S.E Requirements on the charge hand and workers. 14. He should always raise suggestions to improve his working environment and make it as safe as possible. 15. He should implement proper signboards where ever needed. 16. He should enforce proper man lifting methods on his workers. 17. He should ensure that the workers are using the right tools and equipments for the job and make sure that they are used in a safe manner. 18. He should give only genuine and confident instructions to the workers and should not take chances.
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9.0

SYSTEM MAITENANSE

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SAFETY COMMITTEE

We are established a safety committee to create and maintain a safe and healthy workplace for all employees. Before establishing the committee Project management should select the members, advertising the date, time and venue of the meeting.

Review the previous meeting report. Review HEALTH SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT inspection reports to help correct safety hazards. Evaluate the accident investigations conducted since the last meeting to determine if the cause(s) of the unsafe situation was identified and corrected.

Evaluate your workplace accident and illness prevention program and discuss recommendations for improvement, if needed.

Document attendance. Write down subjects discussed. Prepare minutes from each safety committee and: - Preserve them for one year
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-health consultation personnel of the department of labor and industries.

9.2

EMPLOYEES CONSULTATIONS

Project management shall consult with employees on health and safety matter. In particulars: The introduction of any measure that will affect the health and safety employees The arrangements for appointing or nominating the person(s) to assist the project management to comply with health and safety legislation The provision of relevant information as required under health and safety legislation The planning or organization of training required by relevant health and safety legislation The health and safety implication of the introduction of new technologies into the company workplace In addition to above, regular toolbox talk/ safety meeting shall be conducted on site and after induction/toolbox/and safety meeting employees opinion shall be recorded and brought attention to S A F E management for O N M E N T P L H E A L T H , higher T Y A N D E N V I R improvement. A N e g c llc
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9.3

COMMUNICATION

A HSE Management system is only as good as how it is under stood and implemented by the people in the organization. Effective communication is essential for the development of a HSE culture within the organization, this will be implemented through:

The success of a safety programs that depends on the peoplehow they are motivated and they communicate with each other? Methods An approved written HSE plan should be provide to all personals in the site Safety guidelines Safety instructions signboards HSE statistics board Proper Safety signages Personal contact Toolbox talk Reports and records maintains Induction programs HSE meetings
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Safety suggestion boxes Drills Accident /incident review meeting Written circulars

9.4 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY CULTURE


EUROGULF CONSTRUCTION LLC shall encourage a culture, which supports and develops and safety in the work place by demonstrating the following elements The skill of management in managing the employees The promotion of occupation health and safety The development of the skill of the employees The involvement of employees in the discussion-making problems The integration of all the department under EHS department for adopting safety methods & technologies

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EGC LLC shall arrange and keep all the relevant Federal / Local code of construction safety procedure for references. We have a good collection of technological books in our library.

9.6

COMPITENCE AND JOB SAFETY TRAINING

The objective of EUROGULF CONSTRUCTION LLC is to provide and maintain the safe and healthy work environment at all times to prevent occupational illness, accidents and injuries Company will provide require training to the work force based on their standard. And also arrange third party inspection and make sure all the operative equipments are competent.

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SAFETY TRAINIG

Special training shall be provided, when required to the work force as well as the supervisory personals. In case of handling special purpose machines or handling hazards materials such as: FETY AND EN H E A L T H , S A Organic solvent V I R O N M E N T P L A N e g c llc
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Ready actives Scaffoldings Installation of crane etc We shall provide special training or competency from approved third parties

Types of training
Two types of mandatory training shall be conducted before and during the project.

9.6.2

In house HSE Training

I house HSE training shall be conducted by the project HSE representative, according to project specific training plan.

External EHS training

External EHS training shall be conducted by EHS approved training institutes.

9.7

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EGC LLC shall draw up a job profile, which highlights the general physical and mental characteristic required for the prospective employee. Aptitude test and other selection procedure techniques will be used in conjunction with the application and medical report to ensure that the most suitable person is selected for the job.

9.8

SAFETY AUDIT

It is an independent audit conducted by HSE department of EUROGULF CONSTRUCTION LLC.

It aims to provide project management and departments with independent feedback on the safe system of work and identify areas where HSE management system may be improved.

For a specific project the management shall carry out and reviews on items and areas to ensure the HSE system,
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The project manager or his nominee shall have the internal audits to monitor the effective implementation of the project HSE management system.

The audit report shall be submitted to senior management personals and also put the report in safety committee for reviewing. According to the suggestion and the findings from the safety audit report, the HSE management decides the corrective action.

9.8.1

Inspections

a) Inspection of fire extinguishers b) Inspection of ladders c) Inspection of scaffolding d) Inspection of plant and equipments e) Inspection of safety harness f) Inspection of compressors g) Inspection of generates h) Inspection of portable tools
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i) Inspection of lifting tackles j) Inspection of cranes k) Inspection of temporary electrical installation l) Inspection of stores m)Inspection of first aid arrangements n) Inspection of office arrangements o) Inspection of welfare arrangements p) Inspection of documentation q) Quality checking of PPES r) Inspection of vehicles

9.9

PROCUERMENT PROCEDURE

EUROGULF CONSTRUCTION LLC will be performed all detailed procurement procedures or service activities with the help of a qualified team of engineers .The procedure covers: The requirement of safety and the fire protection equipments The project specific material requirements. The client material specification Company QC procedure specification

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10.1

PLAN

Planning is the key job for every activity. Plans are not performance. Before doing every activity, it is the fundamental property of an INTELIJENT BEHAVIOUR.

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10.1.1

ADVANTAGES OF PLANING

a) It helps to choose appropriate technology. b) It helps to define work task. c) It helps to estimate the resources. d) It helps to forecast the duration of work.
e)

It helps to forecast the man power and helps to forecast the manpower and it helps to identify the barriers. There are mainly four factors underpin a safe system of work:-

10.2 METHOD OF STATEMENT


Method statement is a document detailing how a particular process will be carried out. The method statement should be available for every major activity.

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10.3

RISK ASSESSMENT

Risk is defined as the process of evaluating the risk arising from the hazard taking into account the adequacy of any existing controls, and deciding whether or not the risk is acceptable.

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Hazard is something that has the potential to cause harm.


10.3.2

Something

Something is defined as including substances, machinery, and method of work or other aspect of work organization

10.3.3

Harm

Harm is defined as injury or ill health to people or indeed the environment (affecting air, land or water)

10.3.4

Forcibility

Predictive assessment of normal and potentially force able abnormal working condition which may result in death, injury, Illness

11.0

ISOLATION PROCEDURE FOR SAFE

SYSTEM OF WORK
Isolation procedure is applied to all unexpected site activities, the potential to cause injury to a person and damage the property. For implementing the isolation procedure proper tag system should be provide. Warning signs or tags are not provide positive protection therefore it is essential that equipment should be physically locked and tagged .Incase of
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scaffoldings , the competent scaffolding supervisor should provide proper tags.

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INTERNAL WORK PERMIT SYSTEM

PTW SYSTEM considers as an integral part of HSE management system, and it is mandatory in our entire construction site. Our INTERNAL PTW SYSTEM aims control the work, which have been identified as potential hazard.

It helps to start a specific work with all aspects of safety measures and also help to wind up the work with proper site clearance.

Before starting any activity in construction site, supervisor/foreman/charge hand should be ensuring they are having PTW.

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a) Observe & obey the site HSE rules & regulations, safety instructions, safety signs & symbols etc, which are displayed in the relevant and prominent locations. b) If you are the new comer at the site attend HSE induction training before entering to the construction area. c) Wear the relevant PPE before entering into the site. d) Dont do any job if you are not authorized to do it. e) Dont tamper any safety equipment or devices unnecessary. f) Keep the wok area clean and tidy. g) Report all near misses and accidents to the responsible persons immediately. h) Do not litter in non litter zone. I) Do not enter the unauthorized locations. j) Do not smoke in the non smoking zone. k) Dont park the vehicles other than the designated areas. l) Horse play will not be tolerated at the site premises. j) Dont block the fire or emergency exit and assembly point.
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k) Be alert in case of emergencies and act as per the emergency response procedures. l) Obey the safety instruction of the safety professionals & superiors.

14.0

WELFARE ARRANGEMENTS

14.1

REST AREA

a) Rest area will be observed Hygienic manner b) Cleaning staff be employed.

14.2

DRINKING WATER

a) Sufficient no of water cooler should be provided according to the man power strength. b) Water filter should be provided and it should be replacing monthly basis.

14.3

TOILETS

a) Sufficient number of toilets will be set up in the work area. b) Cleaning staff will be employed. c) Hand wash facility will be providing near the toilet.
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WASHING AREA

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a) Sufficient no of water pipes will provide in the washing area.

14.5

SITE OFFICE & FACILITIES

a) Site office should be installed as per the regulation. b) The lay out should be approved by authority. c) The site office should comply with all rules and regulation of fire department. d) Office should be equipped with tea room, washing facilities, required no of furniture, adequate light & ventilation etc. e) Adequate no of water, dry powder or CO2 fire extinguishers will be installed in the site office.

14.6
a)

FIRST- AID PERSONNEL & FACILITIES.

Trained first aid personnel should employed in the project and their names and location display in the office, workers rest area etc. b) Separate first- aid station should be arranged in the construction site.

14.6.1

ARRANGEMENTS IN FIRST- AID STATION

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b) Bed, pillow, sufficient blankets should be provide. c) The first aid station should be air conditioned.

14.7

WALKWAYS

All walkways should be kept clean, unobstructed and non slippery. Make sure before starting any work all the walk ways should be clean. Special care should be given the walkways are overlaps with cable wires and protect the cables in the walk ways.

The spillages of liquids, especially oily or greasy liquids, should be immediately cleaned up with suitable materials.

All the stairs should be protected with guard rail and mid rails. All walkways around or near to the work area should free from drip hazard. All timber with nails should be removed from the walkways. Proper barricading should be adopted where ever needed.
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14.8

TRAFFIC MANGEMENT AND PARKING

Site entry and exit signboards should be established. Separate vehicle routes for both construction vehicle Pedestrian crossings should be provided

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MAJOR ACTIVITIES

15.1TRANSPOTATION OF MATERIALS

All vehicles should be of adequate capacity and of design suitable for the work and conform to the legal requirement. Material shall be properly loaded according to its weight, dimension and its design.

15.2

MATERIAL HANDLING

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excessive repetition of movement can be important factors in their on set. Many manual handling injuries are cumulative rather than being attributable to any single handling incident. A full recovery is not always made and the result can be physical impairment or even permanent disability.

Hands, arms and feet are also vulnerable and poor handling can also put excessive stress on the knees. While doing material handling, following points shall be in mind;

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1Ensure that you know your physical limitations and the approximate weight of materials. 2. The use of power equipment or mechanical lifting devices should be considered and employed where practical. 3. Obtain assistance in lifting heavy objects. 4. Ensure a good grip before lifting and employ proper lifting technique. 5. Avoid reaching out.

6. Pipes, conduit, reinforcing rods and other conductive materials should not be carried on the shoulder near exposed live electrical equipment or conductors. 7. Be aware of hazardous and unsafe conditions

15.3

What precautions should workers take When moving materials manually?


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15.3.1 When moving materials manually, workers should attach handles or holders to loads. 15.3.2 In addition, workers should always wear appropriate personal protective equipment and Use proper lifting techniques. To prevent injury from oversize loads, workers should seek help in the following: 15.3.3 When a load is so bulky that employees cannot properly grasp or lift it, 15.3.4 When employees cannot see around or over a load 15.3.5 When employees cannot safely handle a load.

15.4.0 Using the following personal protective equipment prevents needless injuries when manually moving materials:
15.4.1 Hand and forearm protection, such as gloves, for loads with sharp or rough edges. 15.4.2 Eye protection. 15.4.3 Steel-toed safety shoes or boots. 15.4.4 Metal, fiber, or plastic metatarsal guards to protect the instep area from impact or compression. .
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16.0
16.1.1 16.1.2. . 16.1.3.

MECHANICAL METERIAL HANDILING

Using mechanical equipment to move and store materials increases the potential for employee injuries. Workers must be aware of both manual handling safety concerns and safe equipment operating techniques Employees should avoid overloading equipment when moving materials mechanically by letting the weight, size, and shape of the material being moved dictate the type of equipment used. All Materials handling equipment has rated capacities that determine the maximum weight the equipment can safely handle and the conditions under which it can handle that weight. Center the load on the forks as close to the mast as possible to minimize the potential for the truck tipping or the load falling, Avoid overloading a lift truck because it impairs control and causes tipping over Do not place extra weight on the rear of a counterbalanced forklift to allow an overload
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16.1.4.

16.1.5

16.1.6 16.1.7

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16.1.8 16.1.9

Adjust the load to the lowest position when traveling, Follow the truck manufacturers operational requirements, and Pile and cross-tier all stacked loads correctly when possible.

16.1.10

17.0

STOREGE OF MATERIALS

Stacking materials can be dangerous if workers do not follow safety guidelines. Falling materials and collapsing loads can crush or pin workers, causing injuries or death. To help prevent injuries when stacking materials, workers must do the following: Stack lumber no more than 16 feet high if it is handled manually, and no more than 20 feet if using a forklift; Remove all nails from used lumber before stacking; Stack and level lumber on solidly supported bracing; Ensure that stacks are stable and self-supporting; Do not store pipes and bars in racks that face main aisles to avoid creating a hazard to passersby when removing supplies;
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Stack bags and bundles in interlocking rows to keep them secure; and Stack bagged material by stepping back the layers and cross-keying the bags at least every ten layers (to remove bags from the stack, start from the top row first). Band boxed materials or secure them with cross-ties or Shrink plastic fiber Stack drums, barrels, and kegs symmetrically; Block the bottom tiers of drums, barrels, and kegs to keep them from rolling if stored on their sides; Place planks, sheets of plywood , or pallets between each tier of drums, barrels, and kegs to make firm, flat, stacking surface when stacking on end; Chock the bottom tier of drums, barrels, and kegs on each side to prevent shifting in either direction when stacking two or more tiers high; and Stack and block poles as well as structural steel, bar stock, and other cylindrical materials to prevent spreading or tilting unless they are in racks

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LIFTING OPERATIONS

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All lifting operations must be; Properly planned, appropriately supervised and carried out safely.

1. Properly planning the lifting operation by the preparation of a comprehensive Risk Assessment and Method Statement. In producing these documents the Appointed Person must take account of:

The site access and egress, gradients, ground type, excavations, overhead electric or telephone cables and other proximity hazards. Potential weather conditions, in particular wind and thunderstorms

2. Selecting a crane of suitable capacity to perform the operation with an adequate margin of safety including:

The size and type of crane, its duties and outrigger settings and loadings, the radius at which it will work and boom length.

3. Selecting the appropriate load handling equipment, including chains, slings, lifting beams, spreaders, lifting eyes etc. taking account of:
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The load weight and dimensions, lift points, sharp edges and location before and after the lifting operation. The weight of the equipment to be used and the impact on the overall weight to be lifted.

4. Ensuring that the crane and lifting equipment has current test certification and has no obvious defects. 5. Ensuring that the Lifting Team is trained and competent and has been properly briefed.

6. The Appointed Person must prepare the Risk Assessment and Method Statement himself, but may delegate some or all of the other duties to a competent person such as a Crane Supervisor or other competent person who could take responsibility for the lifting operation on site. Any amendments to the Risk Assessment or Method Statement that may be necessary due to changes in site conditions must be approved by the Appointed Person.

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EXCAVATION

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hazardous, or dangerous to employee and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them, shall be present at all excavation work being performed. 2. All surface encumbrances that are located so as to create a hazard to employees shall be removed or supported, as necessary, to safeguard employees. Utility installations, such as sewer, telephone, fuel, electric water lines, or any other underground installations that reasonably may be encountered during excavation work, shall be determined prior to opening an excavation. A stairway, ladder, ramp, or other safe means of egress shall be located in trench excavations that are four feet or more in depth so as to require no more than 25 feet of lateral travel for employees. Employees exposed to public vehicular traffic shall be provided with, and shall wear, warning vests or other suitable garments marked with or made of refectories or high visibility material. No employee shall be permitted underneath loads handled by lifting or digging equipment. Employees shall not be exposed to harmful levels of atmospheric contaminants such as oxygen
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deficient atmospheres, atmospheres containing flammable gas, and atmospheres containing other harmful gases. 8. Employees shall not work in excavations in which there is accumulated water or in excavations in Which water is accumulating unless adequate precautions have been taken to protect employees against the hazards posed by water accumulation. 9. All excavated or other material shall be kept at least two feet from the edge of excavations, or retaining devices shall be used to prevent excavated or other material and equipment from rolling into excavations. 10. Excavations more than five feet in depth or excavations less than five feet that show indications of a potential cave-in, in which employees must work in, shall be either shored or sloped or employees must shielded. 11. Daily inspections of excavations, the adjacent areas, and the protective systems shall be made by a competent person for evidence of a situation that could result in possible cave-ins or other hazardous conditions. 12. All employees shall wear hard hats when working in an excavation.

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DEWATERING
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Geotechnical investigation report Grain size analysis and permeability tests Stratification and permeability of the ground Area hydrology Topography Space limitations of the site and surrounding structures Projected method of excavation and excavation support (if any) Proposed structure type Construction schedule

21.0

FORM WORK

Formwork is the surface, supports and framing used to define the shape of concrete until the concrete is self-supporting

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Formwork includes: The forms on which concrete is poured; The supports to withstand the loads imposed by the forms and concrete; and Any bracing added to ensure stability. Together these components make the formwork assembly. Hazards associated with work involving the erection, alteration and/or dismantling of formwork include: SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PLAN egc Page
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Formwork collapse (before, during and after placement of concrete); falls from heights; Slips and trips; falling objects; Noise; Dust; and Manual tasks.

21.1

To properly manage risks, a person must

identify hazards; and assess risks that may result because of the hazards; and decide on control measures to prevent, or minimize the level of, the risks; and implement control measures; and monitor and review the effectiveness of the measures. Control measures must be implemented in an order of priority and implemented before work commences.

21.2

Before Operating a Jigsaw:

Jig saws should always be used with a safety switch. Ensure the work area is clear of debris. Example Previous off cuts have been moved to a safe position. Check the trigger switch and Lock-On button operates correctly and does not stick.
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Check the blade roller guide is adjusted so that it is in slight contact with the rear of the blade

22.0

CONCRETE WORK

22.1

Material Hazard

Cement comprises 7-15% of total concrete volume. As an alkaline material, wet cement is caustic, and can cause severe chemical burns to exposed skin and eyes.

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Make sure the signalman and pump operator are trained to use the correct and prescribed hand signals. They should also maintain visual contact while communicating. Use steps, guardrails, or grab bars when climbing on a truck. See to it that shoring and tilt ups are secure for at least twice the weight of the material. Support the load of a defective jack/lifting unit by blocking it. Paint the ends of forming pins and stakes to prevent trips and falls. Use proper fall protection when working more than six feet above a lower level. (personal fall-arrest, positioning-device and/or safety-net systems) Walk backward when directing or guiding a truck Ride or hang on concrete buckets during movement. Extend beyond the wheels on either side of the buggy. Work under concrete buckets while theyre being lowered, elevated or swung. Swing or hang on the pump hose.

22.2

When Using a Cement Mixer:


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Ensure the mixer is kept away from rain and water. Ensure the area the mixer is being used is level, firm, and free from obstructions. Confirm that the mixer has been tested and tagged accordingly for electrical safety. Always ensure on completion the mixer and drum are washed clean.

22.3

When Preparing and Laying Concrete:

Check the handle and blade of the shovel to ensure it is not broken or skewed. Never overload the shovel. Ensure safe access and exit on and off the site for the concrete truck. When operating concrete, avoid contact with eyes and skin.

22.4

When Concrete Pumping:

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22.5

When concrete is to be vibrated,

special care shall be taken to maintain the stability of the formwork and the tightness of the joints during vibrating operations. Wear proper PPE

CONCRETE WASTE MANAGEMENT


Temporary concrete washout facilities shall be constructed and maintained in sufficient quantity and size to contain all liquid and concrete waste generated by washout operations. Temporary washout facilities shall have a temporary pit or an areas of sufficient volume to completely contain all liquid and waste concrete materials generated during washout procedures. The volume must also be designed to contain any runoff that drains to the facility and the rain falling directly into the facility during the 2-yr, 24-hr storm event. Wash concrete only from mixer truck chutes into approved designated concrete wash out facility.
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Concrete washout facilities shall not be used for disposal of excess concrete and trucks shall not be allowed to back turn and dispose of residual loads. Once concrete wastes are washed into the designated area and allowed to harden, the concrete shall be broken up, removed, and disposed as per the EHS regulation. Concrete washout facilities may need to be lined if the area is located near a stream or water body or in an area of shallow groundwater.

Plastic lining material shall be a minimum of 10mil polyethylene sheeting and shall be free of holes, tears or other defects that compromise the impermeability of the material

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Only experienced crane operators and riggers shall be employed for the job. A competent banks man should be present at all times to monitor the erection process and SWL. The banks man/signal man should be readily identifiable i.e. identification sticker will be affixed on his helmet. The banks man/signal man should give the operator S A F E T Y A and he shall O N M E N T Psignal.e g c N D E N V I R respond to L A N Page
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How ever anybody can give stop signal at any time of emergency. Only experienced workers under competent supervision will only allow the erection of structural frame in steal. The load shall be properly ascertaining to identify the center of gravity and load transfer sling points before handling and no sling shall be over loaded. Sling shall be carefully done so as to prevent load from slipping.

Proper quality and suitable type pulleys, chain block etc shall be used .All ropes shall be free from wear and of serviceable condition.

All PPE S like safety helmet, shoes, gloves, safety harness must be used in erection site.

Rigging equipment shall not be loaded in excess of its recommended safe working load (SWL).

Slings shall be correct size for the correct lift and shortening of the slings by knots, bolts or other makeshift devices will not be allowed.
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During erection of structural frame, a wire rope edge protection system may be used, taking into account the following points 1. The edge protection system should be correctly installed, tested and maintained by a competent person. 2. Only tested wire ropes of 10mm diameter should be used. 3. Wire ropes should be attached at two points to columns of stanchions, at approximately 400mm and 900 mm height. 4. Connection to the structure should be by mean of bolted eyes in stanchions, eyes on plates bolted to concrete columns, eye and rings welded to steal work, or temporary re-usable fittings. The fixing should be strong enough to resist the degree of tautness in the wire should be such that, under an impact force (assumed to be 1.25 KN); deflection of the wire should not allow a person fall between the wire and open edge. 5. Wire ropes should be checked regularly and retensioned using screw jacks, bottle screws etc. as required.

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Fall protection shall be provided to protect workers from falling to lower level when working above 2m high and falling tools and equipment. Cautionary boards will be displayed to warm the people about the hazard. The company shall ensure the use of safety harness, lanyard etc when performing work at unprotected S A F E T Y A heightN V I R O N M E N T P L A N e g c N D E and roof edges. Page
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All tool and equipments used aloft shall be secured properly to prevent them from falling down. Walking the top surface of beam should only be allowed if there is a continuous running line or anchorage to provide a suitable fixing for a safety harness. For beam over 800mm wide the provision of a continuous handhold along one side may be used as an alternative. Beam straddling is acceptable provided the size of the beam is suitable and supervisors are satisfied that the method is safe. In such cases, the following condition must be met:

1. Persons must be able to place each foot firmly on the bottom flange and have both hand gripping each side of the top flange as they move along. 2. upper and lover level beam surfaces must be free of obstruction so as to allow the above movement Erection work should not take place in weather conditions, which introduce an undue element of risk. Examples of these conditions include: 1. high wind 2. poor visibility Workers suffering from blood pressure will not be allowed to work at height. Workers with height fear shall also be avoided.
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HOT WORK

Hot Work is any activity that could produce flames, sparks, slag, or other hot fragments that might act as an ignition source to flammable materials in the area. "Hot Work" also includes any activity that could generate sufficient smoke or heat to activate a fire alarm detection system. It includes, but is not limited to: welding, flame cutting, torch soldering, heat treating, pipe thawing, and grinding. The following general safety precautions shall be satisfied regardless of welding locations:

Valves, regulators, hoses, and torches shall be checked regularly; welding or cutting on vessels that contain combustible or flammable material is prohibited unless completely purged and residue removed; gas cutting and welding equipment shall be secured to avoid damage and disturbance; Personnel performing hot work shall ensure that the atmosphere is free of flammable or combustible vapor. Should doubt arise, consult the EHS Department to determine if work should continue.

Non - Approved Hot Work Areas - Areas subject to a Hot Work Permit Individuals performing hot work shall ensure precautions have been taken as prescribed in the Hot S A F E T Y Work PermitI Form M E N T Pcommencing any work. The A N D E N V R O N prior to L A N e g c Page
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Responsible Person shall complete the Hot Work Permit Form at least 24 hours prior to commencing any work in non-approved areas unless that is not possible due to an emergency situation. Precautions required include but are not limited to:

ensuring adequate ventilation is provided; segregating combustible material at least 35 feet from work area; provide guarding in the form of shielding and covering if combustibles cannot removed or segregated; removing combustibles from common surfaces when welding on metal walls, partitions, or ceilings is to be completed; Special attention to welding or cutting pipes in contact with walls made with combustible materials; Posting a fire watch in areas where combustibles cannot be safely segregated from work, where sparks may impact lower levels in cases of elevated work, or where a fire alarm has been partly or completely disable in order to perform the work.

25.0 WELDING SAFETY


Wear dry, hole-free insulating gloves and body protection. Do not touch electrode with bare hand. Do not wear wet or damaged gloves. Do not touch live electrical parts.
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Do not use AC weld output in damp, wet, or confined spaces, or if their is a danger of falling. Use AC output ONLY if required for the welding process. Protect yourself from electric shock by insulating yourself from work and ground. Use non-flammable, dry insulating material if possible, or use dry rubber mats, dry wood or plywood, or other dry insulating material big enough to cover your full area of contact with the work or ground, and watch for fire.

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SCAFOLDING SAFETY

a. Each scaffold and scaffold component used will support, without failure, its own weight and at least four times the maximum intended load applied or transmitted to it. b. When non-adjustable suspension scaffolds are used, each suspension rope, including connecting hardware, will support, without failure, at least six times the maximum intended load applied or transmitted to that rope. c. each scaffold and scaffold component shall be capable of supporting, without failure, its own weight and at least four times the maximum intended load applied or transmitted to it.
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a. Direct connections to roofs and floors, and counterweights used to balance adjustable suspension scaffolds, shall be capable of resisting at least 4 times the tipping moment imposed by the scaffold operating at the rated load of the hoist, or 1.5 (minimum) times the tipping moment imposed by the scaffold operating at the stall load of the hoist, whichever is greater. b. Each suspension rope, including connecting hardware, used on non- adjustable suspension scaffolds shall be capable of supporting, without failure, at least 6 times the maximum intended load applied or transmitted to that rope. c. Each suspension rope, including connecting hardware, used on adjustable suspension scaffolds shall be capable of supporting, without failure, at least 6 times the maximum intended load applied or transmitted to that rope with the scaffold operating at either the rated load of the hoist, or 2 (minimum) times the stall load of the hoist, whichever is greater. d. The stall load of any scaffold hoist shall not exceed 3 times its rated load. e. Each scaffold plank will be installed so that the space between adjacent planks and the space between the platform and uprights is no more than one inch wide. If, in certain situations, it is required to make this space wider, the demonstration of this situation(s) will be in the appendix to this plan.
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f. Except for outrigger scaffolds (3 inches) and plastering and lathing operations (18 inches), the front edge of all platforms will not be more than 14 inches from the face of the work, unless we have a guardrail or personal fall arrest system in place that meets regulations.

g. Each platform unit (e.g., scaffold plank, fabricated plank, or fabricated platform) shall be installed so that the space between adjacent units and the space between the platform and the uprights is no more than 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide, except where the employer can demonstrate that a wider space is necessary (for example, to fit around uprights when side brackets are used to extend the width of the platform). h. The platform shall be planked or decked as fully as possible and the remaining open space between the platform and the uprights shall not exceed 9 inches (24.1 cm). i. The maximum distance from the face for outrigger scaffolds shall be 3 inches (8 cm); j. The maximum distance from the face for plastering and lathing operations shall be 18 inches (46 cm).

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k. Scaffolds and scaffold components shall not be loaded in excess of their maximum intended loads or rated capacities, whichever is less.

l. Scaffolds shall be erected, moved, dismantled, or altered only under the supervision and direction of a competent person qualified in scaffold erection, moving, dismantling or alteration. Such activities shall be performed only be experienced and trained employees selected for such work by the competent person.

m. Debris shall not be allowed to accumulate on platforms. n. Ladders shall not be used on scaffolds to increase the working level height of employees

The following practices shall never be tolerated.


a. Scaffold components manufactured by different manufacturers will never be intermixed unless the components fit together without force and the scaffolds structural integrity is maintained. b. Unstable objects will never be used to support scaffolds or platform units. Footings shall be level, sound, rigid, and capable of supporting the loaded scaffold without S A F E T Ysettling E N V I R O N M E N T P L A N e g c A N D or displacement. Page
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c. Cross braces will never be used as a means of access. d. The use of shore or lean-to scaffolds is prohibited

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LADDER SAFETY

Make sure the weight your ladder is supporting does not exceed its maximum load rating (user plus materials). There should only be one person on the ladder at one time. Use a ladder that is the proper length for the job. Proper length is a minimum of 3 feet extending over the roofline or working surface. The three top rungs of a straight, single or extension ladder should not be stood on. Straight, single or extension ladders should be set up at about a 75-degree angle. All metal ladders should have slip-resistant feet. Metal ladders will conduct electricity. Use a wooden or fiberglass ladder in the vicinity of power lines or electrical equipment. Do not let a ladder made from any material contact live electric wires. Be sure all locks on extension ladders are properly engaged. The ground under the ladder should be level and firm. Large flat wooden boards braced under the ladder can level a ladder on uneven ground or soft ground. A
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good practice is to have a helper hold the bottom of the ladder.

Do not place a ladder in front of a door that is not locked, blocked or guarded. Keep your body centered between the rails of the ladder at all times. Do not lean too far to the side while working. Do not use a ladder for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. Do not step on the top step, bucket shelf or attempt to climb or stand on the rear section of a stepladder. Never leave a raised ladder unattended. Follow use instruction labels on ladders

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CONFINED SPACE

28.1 Before Entering Confined Spaces Consider


Are there any unusual or specific hazards associated with the confined space work, such as other workers or working with heat (welding)? Are there any site occupancy restrictions and conditions, including access and egress, work schedules and emergency management arrangements, including S A F E emergency N V I R O N M E N T and A N e g c T Y A N D E communication P L evacuation plans? Page

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Prior to any work-taking place in the confined space, the space must be naturally ventilated for a minimum period of ten minutes. If satisfactory atmospheric levels are not obtained then forced ventilation must be used until satisfactory gas test results are achieved. Prior to any entry taking place, the atmosphere of the confined space must be tested to comply with the following. Oxygen >19.5% by volume and <23.5% by volume Flammable gas <5% by volume Hydrogen Sulphide <10 ppm Carbon Monoxide <30 ppm Confined space signage and barricading is applied at the entry site prior to entering

28.2 While Working In Confined Spaces


Maintain communication with other fellow workers and the stand-by person

Alert the stand-by person of any hazards Understand the rescue and work procedures prior to entrance Exit the confined space quickly when required

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29.0 Clothing & Personal Protective Equipment


Safety Shoes It is recommended that approved safety shoes be worn to protect your feet. Hard Hats Hard hats shall be worn in all designated areas and construction areas. Visitors are included in this requirement. Eye Protection Proper eye protection must be worn when the nature of the operation presents a potential eye or face injury. Examples of these hazards include: Flying objects, dust, hot or splashing metals, harmful rays, caustics or ENVIRONMENT PLAN egc Page
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Gloves Appropriate gloves and aprons shall be worn when handling hazardous chemicals and abrasive materials. Gloves should be replaced when the signs of wear are apparent. Respiratory Equipment Approved respiratory equipment shall be worn when the worker is exposed to toxic chemicals or dusts, spray painting, or other inhalation hazards. Jewelry The wearing of rings or other jewelry is not recommended on the job, particularly if working around moving or rotating parts.

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ACCIDENT INCIDENT AND EMERGENCIES


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It is the responsibility of every member of the companys management and supervisor to familiarize himself with the emergency procedure, which may apply to the areas where men working. A copy of the procedure and emergency telephone contact numbers will be posted in the site office, worker rest area, and other strategic places. 30.1 LIST OF EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS AUTHORITY POLICE (DUBAI) AMBULANCE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION MUNCIPALITY SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER CONTACT Tel.No # - 999 - 998 - 04- 225769 - O4- 221141 -0506580747 (K SREEKANTH) PROJECT MANGER -O50 6536432 (BIJOY MANI)

COMPANY HSE ADVISOR

- 050 5548041
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(ANANTHAKRISHNAN R) COMPANY HSE ADVISOR - 055 3619810 (ANISH KUMAR V)

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31.1

INCASE OF FIRE INCIDENT


INCASE OF SMALL FIRE

To put out the fire, seek the help of trained fire marshal available at site. OR operate appropriate fire extinguisher, if you are well versed with it. Inform the supervisor or safety officer. Stop the activities till the area cleared. INCASE OF BIG FIRE

31.2

Call Emergency control room /Dubai civil defense/ Police State the exact location. Evacuate the area with shouting F I R E . Inform safety officer / supervisor. Assemble at assembly point
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Designated person will carryout head counting and follow his instruction. Wait till getting all clear signals.

31.3 INCASE OF SERIOS ACCIDENT, DEATH OR DANGEROUS OCCURANCE


Report to Senior Manager & General Manager. In case of Death or injury, required hospitalization and treatment.

Hospital

Rashid Hospital P.O.Box 4545, DUBAI TEL.EMERGENCY :-04- 371323

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34.0

HSE INDUCTION TOPICS

1. INTRODUCTION 2. EGC HSE PLAN REV 3. MAIN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES 4. NEED FOR SAFETY 5. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION 6. POTENTIAL HAZARD RIV FOR CONSTRUCTION 7.ACTIVITIES 8. NEED FOR PPE 9. SAFETY PREQUATIONS 10. ACCIDENT AND NEARMISS 11. EMERGENCY PREQATIONS 12. EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN REW 13. NEED OF FIRST AID 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. PLANING FIRST AID ARRANGEMENTS GOLDEN RULES OF FIRST AID CPR OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES CLACIFICATION OF FIRE FIRE EXTIGUISHERS NO SMOKING AREA RIV HOUSE KEEPING HOURSE PLAY
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