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Pearl GTL

Project
Shell Project No: HP-3000-QAT
Project Document Number: T- 4.234.079

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2MH127

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LINDE ENGINEERING

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Document Title:

LINDE ENGINEERING AG

METHOD STATEMENT FOR MASS CONCRETE


WORKS
Document No.

Contractor

Gama Qatar Co. W. L. L.

LOC470
GAM

MTS

CIV

GTL

013

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Project Document Number: T- 4.234.079

Vendor Code

Rev No: E

Q A T A R

Doc. Title

MS FOR MASS CONCRETE WORKS

Doc. No.

GAM-MTS-CIV-GTL-013

Date

19.11.2008 Rev. I

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

INTRODUCTION ____________________________________________________________________ 5

2.

SCOPE _____________________________________________________________________________ 5

3.

HSSE ______________________________________________________________________________ 5

4.

REFERENCES ______________________________________________________________________ 6

5.

DEFINITIONS ______________________________________________________________________ 6

6.

STANDARDS ________________________________________________________________________ 6

7.

MEASURING INSTRUMENTS _________________________________________________________ 7

8.

INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT & CRITERIA __________________________________________ 7

9.

MEASURING HEAT OF HYDRATION __________________________________________________ 7

10.

PRECAUTIONS FOR MASS CONCRETE ______________________________________________ 8

General __________________________________________________________________________________ 8

11.

ATTACHMENTS ___________________________________________________________________ 8

Calibration Certificate for Data Logger _______________________________________________________ 8

Job Safety Analysis _________________________________________________ Error! Bookmark not defined.

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Date

19.11.2008 Rev. I

1. INTRODUCTION
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) defines mass concrete as: any volume of concrete with
dimensions large enough to require that measures be taken to cope with the generation of heat from
hydration of the cement and attendant volume change to minimize cracking (ACI 207.1R-05). However,
for simplicity, all concrete structure of which the smallest dimension is greater than 800 mm is
considered to be mass concrete.
This document covers the methods and extra precautions that may be required for any volume of mass
concrete. The precautions before, during and after the pouring are explained.
The only difference between Normal concrete and Mass concrete is the insulation and the installation
/ monitoring of thermocouples to control the Heat Of Hydration. All other aspects as pouring, curing,
removal of formwork are the same for both normal and mass concrete.

2. SCOPE
The preparation of formwork and reinforcement (including cutting and bending), as well as the pouring of
the concrete is beyond the scope of this document, except for the precautions required for the control of
excessive Heat of Hydration.
Some considerations for thick blocks (d > 0.6-m), like the verification of method by trials and the use of
thermocouples, are also discussed in this document.
The form work of mass concrete shall be insulated & thermocouples be installed. As soon as possible
after completion of the pouring the top surface of the fresh concrete shall also be insulated.
The repair of cracks and honeycombing is also beyond the scope of this document.

3. HSSE
All works shall be in compliance with the State of Qatar laws and regulations, Ras Laffan Industrial City
and international standards/codes, and Company and Contractor requirements and instructions.
All personnel will go through Gama, Linde and Company Safety Induction courses as well as other
trainings as identified by their supervisor. For details, reference is made to GTL-GM-001-A-5635.
A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) specific for this work including a Risk Assessment, is prepared as per
Gama procedure GTL-GM-001-A-5626 and is attached herein. Such JSA addresses the hazards
associated with each task within the scope of this Method Statement and introduces the controls that will
be implemented to reduce the associated risks to acceptable levels. The JSA will be used by the Site
Supervisor as the basis of his TSTI / TSTO and Toolbox Talks.
All personnel will have PPE required for their specific tasks in addition to the minimum PPE (coveralls,
safety goggles, safety shoes, high-visibility vests, gloves) at site at all times as required.
In the event of a release, fire or explosion, employees will secure their area and evacuate to the nearest
muster point. Once all employees are evacuated the supervisor will conduct a headcount to verify all
employees are out of harms way. The supervision will report this to Contractor. Emergency Contact
numbers for Company, Contractor and Gama will be posted onsite.
All vehicles and equipment used for the subject work will be inspected and certified as required.
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Drivers and operators will be competent and will have attended all required trainings set forth in project
procedures and specifications.
All rebar ends will be protected by capping.

4. REFERENCES
DEP 31.00.01.30-Gen
DEP 34.19.20.31-Gen
DEP 34.24.27.31-Gen

: Minimum Requirements for Structural Design and Engineering


: Reinforced Concrete Foundations and Structures
: Reinforced Concrete Stacks
Amendments and/or Supplements to Reinforced Concrete
T-13.376.358
:
Foundations and Structures
Amendments and/or Supplements to Minimum Requirements for
T-13.376.351
:
Structural Design and Engineering
T-13.376.365
: Concrete General Notes and Abbreviations
T-13.376.392
: Selection of Structural Concrete Mix
T-4.234.541
: QC Documents for Concrete Works
T-4.234.075
: Method Statement for Concrete Works
Experience, procedures, specifications of QCS Project

5. DEFINITIONS
Company
Contractor or Linde
Subcontractor or Gama
Contract
QCP
ITP
QA/QC
JSA
GGBS

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

QSGTL and/or its PMC


Linde Engineering AG
Gama Qatar Co. W. L. L.
QSGTL Pearl Plant C2 ASU Construction Works
Quality Control Procedure
Inspection and Test Plan
Quality Assurance / Quality Control
Job Safety Analysis
Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag

6. STANDARDS
BS 1377

Methods of Test for Soils for Civil Engineering Purposes, Part 1, 2 and 3

BS 1881

Testing Concrete, Part 105:1984

BS 4449

Specification for Carbon Steel Bars for the Reinforcement of Concrete

BS 5328,
BS 5328-1: 1997 Part-1

Guide to Specifying Concrete

BS 196

Method of Testing Cement

BS EN 196-1

Determination of Strength

ACI 318

Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete

ACI 305R

Hot Weather Concrete

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ACI 306R

Cold Weather Concrete

ASTM C 143

Tests for Slump of Portland cement Concrete

19.11.2008 Rev. I

CEB-FIP Model Code1990 CEB-FIP Model Code 1990 (for Concrete Structures), Bulletin No. 213/214

7. MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
K Type Thermocouple-ETI Thermometer

8. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT & CRITERIA


In T.13, 376.358 Rev G (Amendment / Supplement to DEP 34.19.20.31) paragraph 7.4 is specified:
A minimum of 2 thermocouples shall be placed where the maximum temperature is expected, one as
back-up in case of failure or damage. A minimum of 6 thermocouples shall be installed around the
edges, generally at half-depth points and top and bottom surfaces. At least one thermocouple shall be
installed at an upper corner. For large pours where plan dimensions exceed 10 meter, groups of two
centrally placed and six peripheral thermocouples shall be repeated at 5 meter intervals along the
concrete element.
In DEP 34.19.20.31 paragraph 7.4 specified:
The heat of hydration shall not cause a temperature differential between the interior of the concrete and
any outside face greater than 15 degree C.
The insulation shall routinely be done with 5 cm polystyrene. The insulated formwork and the insulation
on top of the concrete shall not be removed until the temperature differential between the core and
ambient is 15 degrees C (refer to paragraph 3.26, point 9.9 of T-13.376.358). The temperature
monitoring can also stop at this point.
An NCR shall be raised immediately is the temperature differential has exceed the project specified 15
degree C. In this situation an RFI shall be submitted to Company for a common inspection of the
concrete (as soon as possible after the 10 days curing period) to assess a possible adverse effect on
the concrete due to the higher than 15 degree C temperature differential.
Further, Company and Contractor shall discuss and agree the measures to be taken (e.g. thicker
insulation, ordering fresh concrete with a lower temperature, etc.), to mitigate re-occurrence and
adverse effects.

9. MEASURING HEAT OF HYDRATION


The thermocouple will be K type placed on the rebar at 50 mm, below/above surface and centre as
stated above. No thermocouples & their wires shall be placed inside the concrete cover area of 50mm.
The temperature reading will be taken using digital thermometer. The model number of the thermometer
is ETI capable of measuring temperature between -30C to 300 C. The heat of hydration will be
measured at the interval of;
1 HR

- 1st day

3 HR

- 2nd day

6 HR

- 3rd day

12 HR - 4-7 days
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10. PRECAUTIONS FOR MASS CONCRETE


GENERAL
For curing, as per project requirement is 10 days (T.13.376.358-item 9.19Paragraph-3.26).

11. ATTACHMENTS

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE FOR DATA LOGGER

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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS FORM

JSA For: T-4.234.079


NEW
Job being analysed: MS-Mass Concrete Works
Department/Section doing JSA: HSSE & Construction
Normal Approvals:
JSA by:

Page No: 1 of 8

REVISED

Name

JSA Members:
Job Performers:
Signature

Date

Job Supervisor:
Additional Approvals (Determined by Job Supervisor in correlation with Linde HSSE Manager).
Name
Signature
Discipline Superindent (Linde)

Date

General job requirements / Common Personal


Protective Equipment.
1. The following Personal Protective
Equipment shall be worn:
Approved coveralls, safety goggles, safety
helmet, safety shoes and gloves.

HSSE Representative (Linde)


2.Permit To Work.

OTHERS (List Below):

Approval required for hazardous work detailed in the Linde Work Permit Procedure.
Changing conditions and emergency procedures
Stop work. Switch off equipment.Supervisor directs personnel to nearest and safest muster point considering wind direction. Supervisor counts all employees. Missing
employees are reported to Linde HSSE Dept. When all clear is given, check with Linde HSSE before returning to work.
LINDE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NO.

HSSE MANAGER:
Pearl HOT LINE :

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS / RISK ASSESSMENT


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HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
ITEM
ACTIVITY
CONSEQUENCES
Unloading rebar from 1.1 Falling or dropped loads.
1
delivery truck with
crane to rebar stock
1.2 Overturning of machine.
area.

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK
C

HIGH

MED

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

Residual Risk

1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3

MAIN
CONTROLS
Third party crane inspections.
Daily crane checks.
Competent riggers.
SWL properly displayed.
Qualified and 3rd party certified
operators.
Set up crane on solid level ground

1.1.1.1

1.2.1.1

1.2.1.2
1.3

Improper rigging.

1.3.1
1.3.2
C

1.4

HIGH

1.3.3

1.4.1

Damaged, worn or
unusable rigging
equipment and/or gears.

1.4.2
C

HIGH
1.4.3

1.5

Manually transferring 2.1


of stock rebars, to
rebar cutting
machine.

People struck by
suspended or swinging
load.

1.5.1
B

MED

Manual handling.

1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
2.1.1
2.1.2

LOW

2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5

Competency check for all riggers.


Rigging supervisor to monitor rigger
performance.
Ensure that the riggers are
competent and Third Party certified.

1.3.1.1

1.3.1.2

Quarterly inspection of lifting gear by 1.4.1.1


Third party and color coded.
Removal and isolation of all worn or
damaged lifting equipment.
Rigging gear shall be color coded as 1.4.1.2
per Contractor procedure.
1.5.1.1
Barricade and secured area and
install safety sign boards.
Use tag lines to control load.
DO NOT lift load over people.
Do not allow people to walk under the
load.
Worker to wear appropriate gloves. 2.1.1.1
Break the load into manageable
portions.
Lift with your legs not your back.
Use the buddy system, Get help.
Provide pictorial sign boards with
correct lifting position.

ADDITIONAL
CONTROLS
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure daily check is performed
prior to each use.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Rigging operations shall be
performed by competent and
qualified riggers.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure that all rigging gear are
has 3rd party certificates.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

Provision for lifting aids when


practical.

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ITEM

ACTIVITY

Measuring and
cutting rebar to
length.

HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
2.2 Debris and materials
causing slip, trips and
falls.

3.1

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK

LOW
2.2.3
3.1.1

LOW

Manual handling of rebar.

3.2.1
B

3.3

Hand and finger injuries.


B

3.2

Residual Risk

2.2.1
2.2.2
B

LOW

Rebar cutting machine.

3.3.1
3.3.2
B

3.4

LOW

Defective equipment.

3.3.3

3.4.1

LOW

3.4.2
3.4.3

Transferring cut
rebars from cutting
machine to rebar
bending machine.

4.1

Manual handling.

4.1.1
4.1.2
C

4.2

Debris causing slip trips


and falls.

LOW

LOW

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

4.1.3
4.1.4
4.2.1
4.2.2

MAIN
CONTROLS
Adequate stacking of materials.
Regular housekeeping practices and
removal of trash and unnecessary
items.
Maintain access and walk paths.
Wear approved PPE, safety goggles,
safety helmet, safety shoes, gloves,
high-vis vests
Approved quality hand gloves,
available in a full range of sizes to
ensure proper fit to maintain
dexterity.
Competent operators, trained on the 3.3.1.1
machine they operate.
Ensure that the guards are properly
3.3.1.2
installed and are being used.
Post near machine the
manufacturers safe operating
procedures in different languages.
3.3.1.3
Daily inspection of equipment by
operator prior to use according to
manufacturers recommendations.
Current Contractor inspection
certificate.
Monthly equipment inspection and
color code.
Worker to wear appropriate gloves.
Break the load into manageable
portions.
Lift with your legs not your back.
Use the buddy system, Get help.
Adequate stacking of materials.
Regular housekeeping practices and
removal of trash and unnecessary
items.

3.4.1.1

4.1.1.1

ADDITIONAL
CONTROLS

Post the manufacturer safe


operating manual near the
machine and HSSE office.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Minimum 4 persons-Team leader
with 3 helpers.
Proper maintenance performed by
maintenance department
according to manufacturers
recommendations.

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

Provision for lifting aids when


practical.

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ITEM
5

ACTIVITY
Setting up rebar
bending machine to
perform desired
bend.

HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
5.1 Hand and finger injuries.

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK
5.1.1

LOW

5.1.2

5.1.3

Measuring and
bending rebar.

6.1

Hand, finger and foot


injuries.

6.1.1
6.1.2

6.1.3
D

MED
6.1.4
6.1.5

6.2

6.3

Dropped rebar from


height.

Unauthorized people in
rebar bending area or
radius.

6.2.1
D

MED

LOW

6.2.2
6.3.1

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

MAIN
CONTROLS
5.1.1.1
Follow manufacturers
recommendations for properly and
safely setting up rebar bending
machine.
Control of hazardous energy, LO/TO. 5.1.1.2
de-energize equipment" before
making adjustments to moving parts. 5.1.1.3
Wear approved hand gloves for the
task.
Install stops on the edge of
workbench.
Approved hand gloves, available in a
full range of sizes to ensure proper fit
to maintain dexterity.
Follow manufacturers
recommendations for operating and
adjusting machine for rebar size.
Competent and properly trained
operator.
Keep away hand & finger from
moving parts.

6.1.1.1

6.1.1.2
6.1.1.3
6.1.1.4
6.1.1.5

Install appropriate stops on the edge 6.2.1.1


of workbench.
Ensure adequate number of workers
to control the operation.
Barricade and secure area and post
safety sign boards Authorized
Employees Only.

Residual Risk
ADDITIONAL
P C
R
CONTROLS
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Minimize number of people at work
B 1
LOW
area of bending/cutting machine.
Mark the work area.

Supervisor/foreman shall ensure


that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure that equipment manual is
available near the machine.
Post names of authorized
operators near the machine.
Minimum 3 persons-Team leader
with 2 helpers.
Post the rebar bending machine
safe operating procedures and
safety precautions at the job site.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.

LOW

LOW

LOW

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ITEM

ACTIVITY

HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
6.4 Improper use of rebar
bending machine.

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK

Residual Risk

6.4.1
6.4.2
B

Assembly of
reinforcement bars.

7.1

LOW

6.4.3

7.1.1
7.1.2

Use of tie-wire causing


hand, face or eye injury.
C

7.2

MED

7.1.3
7.1.4

7.2.1

Dropped or collapse of bar


structure or stand.

7.2.2
C

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

MAIN
CONTROLS
Competent and properly trained
operator.
Follow manufacturers
recommendations for operating and
adjusting machine for rebar size.
Post near machine the
manufacturers safe operating
procedures in the appropriate
languages

6.4.1.1

6.4.2.1
6.4.3.1

7.1.1.1
Use proper tie wire techniques.
Wear approved PPE, safety glasses,
safety helmet and safety foot wear.
Appropriate hand tools.
Appropriate hand gloves.
7.1.1.2

Use approved stands to support


7.2.1.1
rebar load.
Visually inspect daily support stands.

LOW
7.2.1.2

Surface preparation
for construction
joints.

8.1

Use of hand held power


tool, grinding buffing and
air compressor.

8.1.1
8.1.2
B

LOW
8.1.3

8.2

Electrocution and burns.

8.2.1

LOW

8.2.2
8.2.3

Ensure that guards are kept in place


and not removed.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry.
Long hair shall be pulled back and
kept from dangling.
PPE ( hearing protection as
appropriate).
GFCI and using the correct operating
voltage.
Competent personnel.
Equipment inspections performed by
competent personnel and has valid
inspection sticker with color coding.

ADDITIONAL
CONTROLS
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure that equipment manual is
available near the machine.
Post names of authorized
operators near the machine.

Supervisor/foreman shall ensure


that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure that workers carrying the
task is properly trained and
competent.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure that workers performing
the task is properly trained and
competent.

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

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ITEM

ACTIVITY

HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
8.3 Sub-standard equipment.

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK
8.3.1
B

Install formworks.

9.1

MED

Use of hand and power


tools.

8.3.2

9.1.1

9.2

LOW

Handling shutters (Back


injury).

9.2.1
9.2.2
B

9.3

9.4

Debris and materials


causing slip, trips and
falls.

LOW

LOW
9.3.3
9.4.1

Fall hazards.

10.1 Falling or dropped loads.


Install rebar reenforcement steel
into form works with
gantry crane.

9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.3.1
9.3.2

10

LOW

9.4.2

HIGH

10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
10.1.4

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

MAIN
CONTROLS
8.3.1.1
Distribution panel inspected by
Contractor before being energized.
Inspection and color-coding of power
tools monthly with a visual inspection
prior to each use.
All work is to be completed with
approved PPE, including safety
glasses with side shields, safety
helmet, coveralls and steel toe
footwear and gloves.

9.1.1.1

9.1.1.2

9.2.1.1
Provision for lifting aids when
practical.
Break the load into manageable
portions.
Lift with your legs not your back.
Use the buddy system, Get help.
Provide pictorial sign boards with
correct lifting position.
Adequate stacking of materials.
Regular housekeeping practices and
removal of trash and unnecessary
items.
Maintain access and walk paths.
9.4.1.1
Use approved ladder i.e. scaffold
material to gain height advantage.
Work from ground level or use
approved platform.

Third party crane inspections.


Daily crane checks.
Competent riggers.
Quarterly and Daily inspection of
rigging gear and equipment (color
coding).
10.1.5 Third party crane operator.

Residual Risk
ADDITIONAL
P C
R
CONTROLS
Ensure all sub-standard equipment
should be remove from site and
tag as unsafe.
B 2
LOW

Supervisor/foreman shall ensure


that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Post the table saw and
combination saw machine safe
operating procedures and safety
precautions at the job site.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

Ensure that all employees working


at height are properly trained.

10.1.1.1 Supervisor/foreman shall ensure


that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
10.1.1.2 Ensure the area is properly
barricaded and secured.

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ITEM

ACTIVITY

HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
10.2 Improper rigging.

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK

HIGH

10.3 Damaged, worn or


unusable rigging
equipment.
C

10.4 People struck by


suspended or swinging
load.

11

Pour concrete.

HIGH

MED

11.1 Fall hazards.


B

LOW

11.2 Use of hand held power


tools, vibrator.
B

LOW

LOW

11.3 Electrocution and burns.

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

Residual Risk
MAIN
CONTROLS
10.2.1 Competency check for all riggers.
10.2.2 Rigging supervisor to monitor rigger
performance.
10.2.3 Third party certified and competent
riggers.

10.2.1.1

10.2.1.2

10.3.1 Quarterly inspection of lifting gear by 10.3.1.1


Third party and color coded.
10.3.2 Removal and isolation of all worn or
damaged lifting equipment.
10.3.3 Rigging gears shall be color coded as 10.3.1.2
per project procedure.
10.4.1.1
10.4.1 Barricade and secured area and
install safety sign boards.
10.4.2 Use tag lines to control load.
10.4.3 "DO NOT" lift load over people.
10.4.4 Do not allow people to walk under the
load.
11.1.1.2
11.1.1 Use approved ladder i.e. scaffold
material to gain height advantage.
11.1.2 Work from ground level or use
approved platform.
11.2.1.1
11.2.1 All work is to be completed with
approved PPE, including safety
glasses with side shields, safety
helmet, coveralls and steel toe
footwear and gloves.
11.3.1 GFCI and using the correct operating
voltage.
11.3.2 Competent personnel.
11.3.3 Dont touch electrically live parts with
skin or wet clothing.
11.3.4 Ensure good electrical connection.

ADDITIONAL
CONTROLS
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Rigging operations shall be
performed by competent and
qualified riggers.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.
Ensure that all rigging gears are
has 3rd party certificates.
Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
that the TSTI is properly executed
at the work front and hazards
discussed.

Ensure that all employees working


at height are properly trained.

Ensure that all employees are


properly trained to use the
assigned tools.

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS / RISK ASSESSMENT


FOR T-4.234.079

Q A T A R

ITEM

ACTIVITY

HAZARDS / POTENTIAL
CONSEQUENCES
11.4 Sub-standard equipment.

Initial Risk
RISK
P C
RANK

MED

11.5 Concrete pump truck


boom malfunctioning.
B

MED

LOW

LOW

LOW

11.6 Concrete splash. (Eye


injury).

11.7 Skin injury.

11.7 Foot injury.


11.8 Concrete waste.

LOW

SCOPE :
MASS CONCRETE WORKS

Residual Risk
MAIN
ADDITIONAL
P C
R
CONTROLS
CONTROLS
11.4.1.1 Ensure all sub-standard equipment
11.4.1 Distribution panel inspected by
is removed from site and tagged
Contractor before being energized.
as unsafe.
11.4.2 Inspection and color-coding of power
B 2
LOW
tools monthly with a visual inspection
prior to each use.
11.5.1.1 Supervisor/foreman shall ensure
11.5.1 Contractor inspections.
that the TSTI is properly executed
11.5.2 Daily operator inspection of vehicle
at the work front and hazards
and associate pump equipment.
discussed.
11.5.3 Competent operator trained on the
equipment in which he operates.
11.5.4 Visual inspection of boom prior to
each use.
11.5.5 Ensure whip check is nstalled.
11.6.1 Approved PPE( including face shield
by employees working is close
proximity of concrete pour).
11.6.2 Competent personnel.
11.6.3 Eye wash available.
11.7.1 Wearing of approved coveralls and
gloves, with the hose man wearing
additional non-permeable suit.
11.7.1 Appropriate footwear
11.8.1 Use of plastic, spread on the ground
to contain waste.
11.8.2 Operator to properly control pump
boom movement.
11.8.3 Workout set approved area.

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW