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(SOC TUNNELING)

SAFETY ORIENTATION COURSE

( 4 hrs course include exam )

SOC Tunneling Course : 4 hours

Course content
Duration: 4 hrs (Half day)

Our Training Objectives of this course.


Accident Case Studies
General Safety in Tunnelling Works
Working Hazards in Tunnelling and NATM
Tunnelling Equipments and other Machinery
Tea Break
Confined Spaces safety
Hot Work, (PTW)
Working in the Compressed Air environment/ Medical
Procedures for Safe Work
Other Safety Precautions ,
Examination ( 3 set of MCQ)

Objective of this course


The main health hazards in tunnelling are exposure to dust,
toxic gases, noise, vibration, heat and humidity, manual
handling, and other hazardous materials .
After this course, tunnel workers should be able to recognize
Risk & hazards when working with TBM or compressed air
environment, know the preventive measures to be adopted,
confident when working at shaft bottom or cut & cover
project and understand the importance of observing safety
signs and follow safe work procedures.

Lesson 1
Objective
Introduce
Training
Personal Protective Equipment part: 1
Site Rule & Regulations
Tall Board for safe entry

introduce
We must be proud with our
job because not many of us
have the experience to
work in the underground or
tunnel
Our job is highly appreciate
because its bring strong
economic to the country
and to my family back
home.

TRAINING
Adequate Safety & health training is required
New tunnel workers must completed CSOC course

SITE SAFETY RULES & REGULATIONS


pay close attention on:

WEAR

PROPER PPE AT

ALL

TIMES
HOUSEKEEPING
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
HOT WORK SAFETY
DANGER OF LIFTING WORKS
FIRE PREVENTION
HEALTH MATTER
RISK & HAZARD

Regular Tool Box Meeting


Tunnel workers must attend &
listen to daily tool box meeting
that conduct by your foreman or
WSH supervisor .
Workers are advised to raise
questions, if you have any doubt
in the job
You are also been advised to
share good ideas on safe work
practice during this short &
meaningful tool box meeting.

Personal Protection Equipment


for tunnel workers

Personal Protection Equipment


for tunnel workers
Safety Helmets
Reflective vests
Safety boots/ rubber
Safety belts or harness
Eye protection
Ear protection
Hand goggles
Proper working
clothes.
face Masks

Personal Protection Equipment


for tunnel workers

Personal Protection Equipment


for tunnel workers

Reflective vests

Tally Board System


Access and egress
to tunnel & shaft

Tally Board System


Access and egress to tunnel & shaft

Tally Board
All personnel including visitor must
register at the board before going
down to the shaft or tunnel.
They must register OUT after leaving
the tunnel or even to the toilet for
5mins
The system is very simple :

Tag (white) mean OUT


Tag (red) mean INSIDE

Tally board system


The tally board system is a very
important vital information to site
management, fire & rescue or
Civil defense and WSH dept.
The system must be accurate at
all times.
In-case of a natural disaster or
fire, the tally board will be able to
advise us the correct number of
person in the tunnel.
Safety personnel will imposed a
fine to those personnel who fail to
compliance the system
Strictly do not register for others.