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JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS

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Installation/Facility
Location
Associated Work Permit Type
Associated Work Permit Number
Electrical Isolation Certificate Number
Physical Isolation Certificate Number

WORK ACTIVITY

JHA Cross-Reference Number

Job
Step

Description of
Job Step

CABLE PULLING, LAYING, TERMINATION WORK

Potential
Hazards

Potential
Impact

- Permit application and valid


prior to work
- Safety briefing during toolbox
meeting or before starting
work as necessary
- Proper planning prior to work
- Workers are observed Rules &
Regulation on site through
HSE Induction

Recovery
Measures

Result

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium

Acceptable

Preparation before task

Lack in communication
& information

Transportation of
equipment to work site

- Narrow road

- Collision
- Traffic obstruction
- Vehicle accident
- Property damage
- Physical injury

- Observe proper access way


- Assign flagman to control traffic
- Escort lorry crane movement on
site
- Ensure driver with valid driving
license
- Ensure that the lorry crane
has a valid PMA
- Comply to site traffic regulation

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Poor maintenance of
the transport

- Oil spillage / leakage

- To ensure the transport had


been inspected by consortium
personnel

Acceptable

- Equipment fall from


Transport

- Property damage/
personal injury

- Properly secure the equipment


by proper method

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Protruding nails

- Physical injury

- Eliminated any sharp object


- Removed immediately the
wooden from work area

Acceptable

- Unpack equipment

- Wrong information
- Emergency event

Control
Measures

MIE-HSE-JHA-007

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS


3

Loading & unloading


equipment
- Mechanical lifting

- Manual lifting

Cable pulling activity

- Falling object

- Physical injury
- Property damage

- Cordon off working area with


barricade & proper signage
- Work leader to prevent
unauthorized entry during lifting
- Secure any potential falling/
collapse material
- Use enough manpower to
handle the task
- Follow safe work method
for lifting activity

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
-To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Miscommunication
during activity

- Physical injury
- Property damage

- Trained rigger and signalman


to give signal during activity

Acceptable

- Sharp object

- Physical injury

- Secure/covered any sharp


object
- Wear proper PPE (safety
gloves)

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
-To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Ergonomic

- Potential for back, hand


and foot injury

- Proper body positioning


- Practice buddy system during
activity
- Use safe method to lift material

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
-To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Sharp object

- Physical injury

- Secure/covered any sharp


object
- Wear proper PPE (safety
gloves)

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
-To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Protruding nails

- Personal injury

- Appointed manpower to
eliminate protruding nails
- Ensure all wood properly
arrangement

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Cable drum topple

- Property damage/
personal injury

- Secure cable drum properly


using cable drum stand
- Appoint personnel to standby
person during pulling activity
- Close supervise by work leader
- To make sure ground in good
Condition

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS

Underground cable
pulling

- Ergonomic

- Back pain injury

- Proper body positioning &


manual handling
- Practice buddy system during
activity
- Enough man power depend on
the length of cable pulling work

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Over heat

- Dehydrated and
distressed
- Personal collapse

- Consume enough water before


commencing works
- Interval break
- Wear appropriate PPE (safety
helmet)
- Close supervision by work
supervisor to ensure the
personnel is fit to continue his
work

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Wet and slippery


Surface

- Physical injury

- Ensure sole of safety shoes /


boot personnel in good
condition
- Remove water ponding inside
the trench

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Biological hazard,
Poisonous animal

- Acute/cronics effect

- Worker to ensure that trench is


cleared of any poisonous
animals / insects before
entering
- Emergency access way clear
from any obstruction

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Soft ground/soil
Collapse

- Bodily injury

- Full supervision by work leader


- Proper emergency access
- Proper excavation procedure

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Sharp edge

- Hand and finger injury

- Secure/covered any sharp


edge
- Proper PPE

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS


6

Laying cable at elevated


area

- Working at height on
scaffolding

- Personnel falling from


height

- Ensure scaffolding is properly


erected and inspected with
green Safe for Use tag
- Safe access and engross
provided
- Inspected safety harness with
double lanyard and 100% tied
off

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Tolerable

- Working at height
using ladder

- Personnel falling from


height

- Only approved ladder to be


used
- Buddy system is compulsory
while using ladder
- Always ensure 3 points contact
while climbing the ladder
- Ladder should not be used near
the open area
- Do not climb more than marked
allowed maximum steps
- Close supervision by work
leader
- Inspected safety harness with
double lanyard and 100% tied
off if necessary

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Tolerable

- Falling objects (cable


roller)

- Property damage/
physical injury

- Tied off cable roller to prevent


dropping
- Fully supervision by work
leader/supervisor

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

-Ergonomic

-Back pain

- Proper handling method


- Practice buddy system during
activity.
- Enough man power depend on
the length of cable pulling work

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

-Over heat

- Dehydrated and
distressed

- Consume enough water before


commencing works
- Interval break
- Wear appropriate PPE (safety
helmet)
- Close supervision by work
leader to ensure the
personnel is fit to continue his
work

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS

Glanding & Termination


work

- Sharp object from the


support base plate and
end side of cable
ladder

- Hand and finger Injury

- Proper manual handling


- Mention in toolbox briefing
- Proper PPE

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Misunderstanding /
operation failure

- Hand and finger Injury


- Property damage

- Approve termination drawing to


be use
- Trained personal only to carry
out the task
- All electrical tools need to
inspect
- Close supervision by work
leader
- Wear proper PPE(cut
resistance glove)

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Sharp object/hand
caught

-Physical injury

- Wear proper PPE (cut


resistance)
- Competent person only can do
the work
- Conduct safety briefing if
necessary
- Use proper hand tool(insulated
hand tools)

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

- Slip, trip and fall

- Physical injury

- Maintain daily housekeeping


- Wear proper PPE
- Waste cable to keep at
designated area
-Provide plastics bag at
workplace

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
- Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Cable testing

- Megger & continuity


test

- Electrical shock

- Only competent person to done


the task
- All electrical tools must
inspected by consortium
- Wear proper PPE (electrical
hand glove)

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
- To contact nearest
first aider on site

Daily job completion /


Housekeeping

-Walkway obstruction

- Slip and fall


- Tripping hazard

- Remove all material from


access way
- Ensure work area is kept clean
- Waste material should be
disposed at designated place
- Properly stacking and secure
the materials

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
-To contact nearest
first aider on site

JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS


- Ergonomics

- Physical injury

- Proper body positioning


- Practice buddy system during
activity
- Use safe method to lift material

- Sharp object

- Physical injury

- Eliminate/secure any sharp


object
- Wear proper PPE

L - LIKELIHOOD
CATEGORY
LOW

CATEGORY

Remote

LOW

2
3

MEDIUM

Possible

MEDIU
M

HIGH

Probable

HIGH

IS THERE A SAFER WAY TO COMPLETE THE JOB?


ARE THERE ALTERNATIVES WITH LESS RISK?

DEFINITIONS
No Injury

No Damage

No Pollution

First Aid
Injury
Lost Time
Injury

Minor
Damage
Major
Damage

Minor
Pollution
Major
Pollution

Acceptable

Acceptable

RESULT

R - RATING

S - SEVERITY

DEFINITION

- Report to MIE
Management Rep.
-Report incident to
consortium
-To contact nearest
first aider on site

6-9

UNACCEPTABLE

3-4

TOLERABLE

1-2

ACCEPTABLE

LIKELIHOOD