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RISK ASSESSMENT / JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS (JHA) FORM

Activity: General Electrical Works Project / Site location: BNPP CWIC


Description of Work:
Electrical works
(Installation of Panel, Lighting, Cable and Wiring)
Department Involved: Civil Department
Job Supervisor: MAN GYU HAN : 056-1544-739
Localized Shutdown: Required X Not Required HSE Supervisor: SANG HEE LEE : 050-971-2574
Date: 26-September-2012 Sub-contractor: Gusan Ref No: BNPP-HSE-JHA-2012-
Contractor supervisor: WON HYUK CHANG Mobile: 050-744-1549 Rev No: 2
General safety condition requirements: KEPCO HSE Plan and safety procedures are to be followed at all times.
Minimum PPE to be worn at all times.
This JHA to be available at all points of work operatives must be informed of this JHA and understand the risks involved in
the works.
Tool box talk / pre-job brief to be given at the start of each work shift and before starting a new task or activity.
Summer and Ramadan working hours changes are to be observed and details posted at worksite.
Paramedical or ambulance facilities to be available.
Minimum PPE required: Hard hat, safety glasses or goggles, hi-viz jacket, overalls, safety shoes
LS Likelihood / Frequency
CS Severity of consequence
HSJV Hyundai Samsung Joint Venture
Consequence:
E - Environmental
H Health
S - Safety
Analysis criteria:
Probability
Severity
Insignificant (1) Minor (2) Moderate (3) Major (4) Catastrophic (5)
Rare (1) 1 2 3 4 5
Possible (2) 2 4 6 8 10
Likely (3) 3 6 9 12 15
Often (4) 4 8 12 16 20
Frequent (5) 5 10 15 20 25
15 25 Extreme Risk (E) Activity must not proceed in current form.
8 12 High Risk (H) Activity must be modified to include further control measures and be subject to detailed HSE dept assessment.
4 6 Moderate Risk (M) Activity can proceed subject to appropriate direct and continuous supervision and/or task modification.
1 3 Low Risk ((L) No action required. Activity can proceed subject to compliance with the specified control measures.
Descriptor Likely Frequency LS Probability
Environment Health and Safety
Frequent Continuous or will happen frequently. Occurs several times a year at location. 5
Often 5 12 times per year. Occurs several times a year in similar industries in UAE 4
Likely 1 5 times per year. Has occurred at least once in UAE 3
Possible Once every 5 years. Has occurred in industry (Worldwide). 2
Rare Less than once every five years Never encountered in industry. 1
Descriptor Consequence CS Severity
Environment Health and Safety
Catastrophic Long term severe / permanent impact on ecosystem Multiple fatalities 5
Major Significant widespread impact on ecosystem Fatality 4
Moderate Significant localized impact on ecosystem Serious injuries off site medical treatment 3
Minor Minor changes to ecosystem Injuries on site medical treatment 2
Insignificant Insignificant occasional change to ecosystem Minor injuries first aid 1

Activities Hazards
Consequence
(E/H/S)
1
st
Risk
Assessment


Control Measures
2
nd
Risk
Assessment
Action
by
(Due date)
Residual
risk

PTW
Needed
LS CS RATING LS CS RATING
Work Specific Risk
1 Electrical works

-Installation of
lighting device

-Wiring and
cabling
-Electrocution

-Physical injuries

-Electric shock

-Trip, Slip, Fall,

-Cut




-Fatality

-Serious injury




4 4 16 -Follow permit to work system with procedures
-All temporary power supply must be installed by a
competent electrician
-De-energized and lock out electrical circuit/parts
you will be working on.
-Personnel shall ensure that suitable Personal
Protective Equipment is worn at all times when
handling sharp or otherwise potentially hazardous
materials
-Personnel shall ensure that a safe system of work
is implemented so as to reduce the possibilities of
accidents/incidents caused by a lack of
communication
-All personnel involved must have electrical
safety/LOTO training.
-All electrical cables for temporary power supply
must be of approved materials and hung using
lead stand to prevent damage to electrical cords
and to prevent slip, trips, and fails
-Measure appropriate length of cable or wire to be
used. Used correct tools in cutting handled and
stored receipt in accordance with procedure for
material control
-All tools should be insulated type
-Ensure that the work being carried out is closely
monitored and supervised by qualified,
experienced and trained Engineer/supervisor.
-PPE
2 2 4 The
Maintainers
M YES

2 Working at heights

-Falls from height

- Falling of objects
or tools

-Defective ladder

-Excessive wind
speed

-Unguarded edge
opening

-Fatality

-Serious injury


4 4 16 -Safe access and step ladder to be provided for
work areas at height.
-capable of withstanding the required intended
load.
- appropriate PPE should always be worn at all
times while working at height
-Ladder must be inspected and in good condition.
-Ensure ladder is long enough to safe reach the
work area.
-Ensure ladder is not loaded beyond the maximum
intended load or rated capacity.
-Ladder should be fully opened/extended and
spreaders locked into position.
-Ensure ladder is in correct angle (4:1 ratio 75
degrees)
-Ladder should only be placed against stable
surface.
-All locks on the ladder should be properly
engaged.
-Ensure the two section of the ladder overlap
according to manufacturer instruction.
-Ensure that all workers are physically and
psychologically fit to work at height and no
inherent ailment or illness during the time of
working at height.
-Ensure that all member/workers who will work at
heights have sufficient training.
-Continue & training should be given to working
men for proper & good working habits at height.

2 2 4 The
Maintainers
M YES


General Risk
1 -Emergency
Evacuation
-Failure to evacuate or
failure to warn others of
the need to evacuate

-Trips

-Slips

- Injury (S)


4 2 8 -Communication with operator
-Emergency evacuation plan to be implemented.
-Appoint fire wardens.
-Suitable means of raising an
alarm/communicating with operators
-Emergency procedures to be developed,
communicated to the through regular drills;
-Extra portable first aid kits/eye wash bottles to be
made available at night work areas.
-Dedicated on-call night shift fire response team to
be available
-Night time drill-exercise are to be programmed for
all night work areas
-Suitable and sufficient ways of escape for
personnel are to be in place, signposted and
maintained free of obstructions
-When in other areas comply with the site
emergency arrangements
-Nominate duty emergency contacts for night
works on a rota basis-post contact details for all
duty personnel to assembly area in calmly manner
-Wait for final instruction before returning to work
areas

2 1 2 The
Maintainers
L No
4 -Manual Handling -Lifting, slip, trip, falls,
uneven, unstable
ground conditions,
travel distance, sharp
edges and uneven
loads.
-Hand or leg
injury.

-Back strain.

-Cuts.

-Punctures and
fractures etc.
4 3 12 -Training of manual handling should be given to
workforce to perform the task safely.
-Suitable Safety gloves should be supplied.
-Using mechanical lifting aids wherever possible,
team lifting and ensure housekeeping.
-Remove all obstacles in pathways
-Provide intermittent breaks for the workers

3 1 3 The
Maintainers
L No



5
Carpentry
works

Form
assembling
- Unguarded
machines
-Protruded nails
-Manual
handling
-Sharp hand
tools
-Projectiles
-Slip,Trip
-Noise
-Serious
injury
-Eye injury
-Hand
injury
-Cuts and
braises
-Hearing
Difficiency
-Laceration

4 3 12
- Use all power tools with guards.
-Unguarded machines should be
replaced or repaired.
-Maintain good housekeeping at
working area.
-Only trained workers to use bench
saw.
-All hand tools should be defect free
and properly stored
-All power tools must be inspected and
color coded in quarterly basis.
-Safe storage of sharp hand tools.
-TBM and PPE.
-Regular removal of wood waste.
-Competent supervision.
-Do not use loose clothing which can
be caught by rotating parts of the
machine.

2 1 2 The
Maintainers
L No
6 Hand Tools -Use of defective or
damaged tools

-Use of improvised
tools

-Injuries.

-Cut and bruises
4 3 12 -Regular inspections of tools. Keep tools clean
and sharp. Keep tools tidy in tool box when not in
use.
-Report defective tools to Supervisor, Training,
PPE & Supervision
-Avoid using improvised tools

3 1 3 The
Maintainers
L No
7 -Training and
experience
competence of
operatives
-Lack of skill or
Experience
-Fatality

-Serious injuries
(S)
4 4 16 -Confirm competence of staff for the task
certifications and training records to be available
at all time
-Competent supervision to be in place on site at
all times
-Pre job brief / TBM to be carried out before each
work shift

2 2 4 The
Maintainers
M No



Prepared by: Signature / Date Reviewed by: Signature / Date Approved by: Signature / Date
Subcontractor
HSJV
HSE Manager
HSJV Site Manager

Permit Required for the Activity Ticked Yes or No Approved By:
HSJV KEPCO
YES Name: Name:
NO Position: Position: