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Measure &
Monitor WSH
Performance
NTUH-MMWP-13-0667
Muhd Farhan Samad
S8935321A
Date:23.Sept.2013

Singapore Piling & Civil Engineering Pte Ltd
ABOUT US
Singapore Piling & Civil Engineering Private Limited was incorporated in 1970 and has an authorised share
capital of S$50 million and paid up capital of $15 million with total Group assets worth more than S$64 million
and turnover of more than S$100million, as well as workforce of more than 400 people. The Company was
integrated into the BBR Group in 2001.
Singapore Piling is registered with the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore (BCA) under the A1
classification for both Building (CW01) and Civil Engineering (CW02). A1 is the highest classification of
registration under Building and Construction Authority that enables it to tender for public sector contracts of
unlimited value.


OUR SERVICES
Design-and-build
General building construction
Civil and structural engineering
Retrofitting & Conservation Projects
OUR ACCREDITATIONS
ISO 9001
SS ISO 9001
OHSAS 18001
ISO 14001
SS ISO 14001
OUR MAIN FOCUS ARE:
Welding works
Storage of flammable chemicals (Acetone & Paint)
Lifting and Transportation of metal work pieces
Grinding/Buffing of metal work pieces








Qs 2.

WSH Acceptable
Conditions
Legal
Requirements
Organizational
Procedure

Ensuring workers use
safety harness during
work on the roof.

Under the WSH (General
Provisions) Regulations for Falling
Hazard Section 23:
(1) Where in a worksite, any
person carries out any work on any
roof from which he is liable to fall
off or through a distance of more
than 2 metres, it shall be the duty of
the occupier of the worksite to
provide
(a)
sufficient and secured anchorage
for the attachment of safety harness
in the course of the persons work;
and
(b)
protection of the person against any
sliding or fall from the roof.




Work On Roof Inspection,
carried out every monthly
by WSH officer/Safety
Committee members to
ensure illumination level is
maintained and deemed
sufficient in according to
regulations.

Ensuring workers use
PPE while installing
electric wiring and
power lines.


Under the WSH (General Provisions)
Regulations Part V for Installation
Electrical Supply Section 35:

(4) No person shall be permitted to
work in a worksite where he may come
into contact with any part of an
electrical power circuit unless
(a)
he has been advised of the location of
the electrical power circuit, the hazards
involved and the protective measures to
be taken; and
(b)
he is protected against electric
shock
(i)
by de-energizing the circuit and
earthing it; or
(ii)
by guarding it with effective insulation
or other means.



Electrical Inspection,
Carried out monthly by
WSH officer/Safety
committee members to
ensure proper wiring is
maintained

Ensuring sufficient &
maintaining adequate
ventilation


Under the WSH (General
Provisions) Regulations for
Ventilation Section 5:
Ensure that every
workroom of the factory is
provided with adequate
ventilation

Ventilation and Air quality
Inspection,
Carried out monthly by
WSH officer/Safety
committee members to
ensure proper ventilation is
maintained


Qs 3



Area of Inspection:
Safety provisions (i.e. Emergency Response
Plan)
Name & Designation:
John Wee, Safety Coordinator
Scope of Inspection:
1. Accessibility to Emergency Exits
2. Condition of Emergency Exits
3. Adequacy Emergency Exits
Date of Inspection:
17 Sept 2013
S/No. Activity/Description YES NO Remarks
01 Is there any obstructions along the
Emergency exits at Area B?






Obstructions are to cleared
immediately.

02 Is the Emergency exit easily excess
from the inside of the building?



Regular inspections will
be carried out to ensure its
competency level for
usage
03 Is the manual call points easily notify
by the workers in case of any
emergency?





04 Is the fire alarm audible to all
persons at work?



05 Is the lightings operating well when
the power supply is cut off during

emergencies situation?

06 Is there fire alarm panel faulty?




07 Is there any shortage of fire
extinguishers in the building?





Management will look into
the shortage of fire
extinguisher issue and
rectify it by purchasing
more for the organization
Total Number of Conformance : (5/7*100)% = 71.4%
Total Number of Non-Conformance : (2/7*100)% = 28.6%




















Qn 4
General Inspection checklist
Inspection Checklist
Date:02.09.2013 Name of Inspector:(1)Mr Chris Bong (Safety Coordinator)
Time:09.30am (2)Mr Siva ( Supervisor)___
Location: Singapore Piling PTD LTD
Inspection item: Lifting Operation
S/N Inspection Point Y N Remarks
1. Are the lifting area barricaded?
2. Are the safety latch still intact with the
hook?
Change the hook with a
new one that have the safety
latch intact.
3. Are the cable for lifting is in good
condition?


Inspection item: Staircase at Area B
S/N Inspection Point Y N Remarks
1. Is the staircase clear for walking?
2. Are the staircase flooring in a good
condition?
.
3. Are the handrail still intact, lose,
missing or damage?
It went missing so have to
install a new handrail as
soon as possible.

Inspection item: Housekeeping in the store room
S/N Inspection Point Y N Remarks
1. Is the wire tied properly?
2. Is the drums arrange in order?
Total Number of Conformance : (6/8*100)% = 75%
Total Number of Non-Conformance : (2/8*100)% = 25%
Inspection Conducted by: Mr Siva Date of Inspection: 02 Sept 2013
Reviewed by: Chris Bong Date of Review: 01 Dec 2013



Qs 5
Safety Provision Checklist findings for September 2013

Scope of Inspection
(WSH Conditions)
Inspection finding (Hazards
Observed)
Inspection finding
(Possible consequences)

Missing staircase
handrails

Faulty handrails
handles
Missing handrails

Persons at work fall due
to no handrails

Risk of fatality to occur
is a likelihood possibility


Faulty safety latch at the
hook of lifting cranes

The safety latch is
loose maybe due to
wear and tear

The lifting object may
drop or fall and injured
the workers

Risk of fatality/Damage
to property, is a
likelihood possibility


Safety Provision Data findings

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept
Non-
Conformance
(%)
25.2 22.4 27.8 24.6 28.2 29.4 32.8 30.2 28.6
Non-
Compliance
(%)
16.8 22.4 20.8 18.2 16.2 14.8 22.8 20.4 18.4




Qs 6
WSH
Conditions
Targeted
Performance
Actual
Performance
Action by Status Acknowledged
by

No obstruction to
to Emergency
exits

No form of
obstruction

Obstructions
was found at
the pathway
leading to
Emergency
exit


Mr. Ravi
(Supervisor)

Closed

Mike Lee (MD)

Inadequate fire
extinguishers


Total number of
fire extinguishers
24


Number of
available fire
extinguishers
16


Mr. Ravi
(Supervisor)

Closed

Mike Lee
(MD)



0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept
Non-Conformance(%)
Non-Compliance(%)
WSH
Behaviours
Targeted
Performance
Actual
Performance
Action by Status Acknowledged by

Safety
harness for
workers
working at
height


All workers
compliant with
organization
rule wearing
safety harness at
all times


5 personnel
caught not
using it.

Mr. Boon Lim
(Supervisor)

Closed

Mike Lee
(MD)

Forklift
driver must
have
completed
forklift
driving
course before
driving.


Drivers must
have thier
licenses card at
all times


2 workers
caught w/o
forklift
licenses while
driving.

Mr Ali
(Logistic
Supervisor)

Closed

Mike Lee
(MD)













(B) Coordinate audit of WSH Management System
Qs 1
Type of WSH Audit Audit Requirements


Management system audits


Process where a review is conducted continuously

Some areas that need to be considered are policy and
procedures as well as the conditions and practices of
the workplace

Examples of audit basis are ANSI Z10, OHSAS 18001
or the SS 506


Compliance audits


Process where the adherence or conformance of the
organizations policy is evaluated

Area that can be considered that indicates compliance
level would be how the organization does things


Corporate WSH audits


Process where it is more commonly known as internal
audit whereby it allows the organization to meet its
stated objectives as well as ensure continual
improvement of complying to regulations and laws


Specific audits


Process where it is commonly known as external audit
whereby organizations are subjected to external
auditors so that their compliance to the standards are
evaluated on a competence level








Qs 2

Aduit Schedule


Date: 20 & 21 October 2013
Time: 0900 - 1800
Location: Singapore Piling Pte. Ltd
Duration: 3 days
1. Day 1 Risk Assessment
2. Day 2 Organization objectives & targets, safety work
procedures
3. Day 3-Audit review meeting


Scope of Audit


Audit of Safety Provisions
Risk assessment
Objectives
Emergency Preparedness & Response Plan
Improvements on the safety culture at workplace


Resources
required for audit


Auditor: Mr Salim (Safety Officer)
Auditee: Mr Mike Lee(MD)
Ms Amy Ong(Manager)
Mr Alii (Logistic Manager)
Mr Ravi(First Aider)


Safety Provisions
Emergency exits
Manual call points
Fire alarms
Sprinklers
Emergency Lighting/generator
Fire extinguishers
Chemical Spill Kits
First aid kits

Reports to be considered:
EPR plan
Evacuation floor plan
EPR review meeting minutes
EPR records
Accident/Incident records



Qs 3
Area of finding Audit finding Recommendation
(Corrective / Preventive)

Non-compliance

Fire extinguishers were not found at
the designated areas.


ERT team will conduct
check regular.

ERT will ensure the fire
extinguishers are located at
designated areas.



Non-conformance

Fire drills were not conducted


Safety committee will
conducted quarterly fire
drills to prepare the
stakeholders of the
organization of their roles
in an emergency.


Observation

Obstruction located at the emergency
exits as well as EPR plan not
covering adequate areas based on the
emergency hazards/situations


Safety committee will
review the EPR plan before
the conducting of a fire drill
The review are to be made
for further improvements of
the EPR plan.

Qs 4


Date: 29 September 2013

Audit Summary
An audit was conducted on Singapore Pilling Pte. Ltd dated 20
th
& 21
st
October 2013, on
their safety provisions in case of fire.

Audit Findings
There was a few items that stood out during the audit that was carried out. The items are as
follows:

Non-conformance found during audit
Fire extinguishers were not located at the designated area as mentioned according to
the floor Plan.

Non-compliance found during audit
No fire drill was conducted by the organization under the Fire Safety Act.

Audit Observations
Obstruction located at emergency exits.
EPR plan does not cover adequate areas based on emergency hazards/situations




Recommendations
Organization needs to conduct regular fire drills based on the situations stated in the
EPR plan that has been drawn up by the Safety Committee. Also, organization needs
to address the issues encountered with regards to the audit observations seen by the
auditor.


(C) Monitor WSH performance

Qs 1
There are 2 types of WSH performance indicators. They are as follows:

Proactive indicators

Is defined as an indicator that is implemented, before the occurrence or so as to prevent, any
possible incidents/accidents within the workplace.

Examples:

No. of observations conducted in behaviour-based safety program
No. of workers trained on WSH
No. of WSH improvement projects completed

Reactive indicators

Is defined as an indicator that is implemented once an occurrence of any incident/accident
within workplace.

Examples:

No. of incidents
No. of accidents
No. of loss days
Accident frequency rate
Accident severity rate
Workplace injury rate








Qs 2
Performance indicators WSH date to be collected
Accident Frequency Rate

a) No. of workplace accidents reported
b) No. of man-hours worked
Accident Severity Rate a) No. of man days lost
b) No. of man-hours worked
Workplace Injury Rate a) No. of fatal and non-fatal workplace
injuries
b) No. of employed persons

Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Accident Frequency Rate (AFR) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Accident Severity Rate (ASR) 75 100 85 65 55
Workplace Injury Rate (WIR) 950 1045 885 1005 975





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Accident Frequency Rate(AFR)
Accident Severity Rate(ASR)
Workplace Injury Rate(WIR)
Qs 3
Performance
Indicators
Targets Actual
Performance
Actions to be taken Due date Person-in-charge

Accident
Frequency
Rate (AFR)


1.0

Actual AFR
1.0
(Target met)


Monitor and update

Ongoing

WSH Personnel

Accident
Severity Rate
(ASR)


50


Actual ASR
65
(Target not met)


Review SWP for
metalworking for
workers

Send workers for
refreshers course (i.e.
metalworking/first aid)


30 Sept
2013

WSH Personnel

Management

Supervisor


Workplace
Injury Rate
(WIR)


750

Actual WIR
885
(Target not met)


Review Risk
Assessment

Conduct safety
briefings daily and
record attendees
attendance

Send workers for
refreshers course (i.e.
metalworking/first aid)


30 Sept
2013

WSH Personnel

Management

Supervisor