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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS

Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

General Physical Hazards

Slip, trip, fall

Poor housekeeping

Manual lifting

Minor cuts and bruises

Chemical contact

Equipment to be Used:

Hard Hat

Safety glasses with side


shields

Steel-toe Boots

Work Gloves

Inspection Requirements

Daily during Daily Safety


Meeting

Control Measures

Site employees will be required to wear hard hat, type II safety vest and
steel toe boots.

Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across


walking pathways.

Flag or cover inconspicuous holes to protect against falls.

Work areas will be kept clean and orderly.

Garbage and trash will be disposed of daily in approved refuse


containers.

Tools and accessories will be properly maintained and stored.

Work areas and floors will be kept free of dirt, grease, and slippery
materials.

Materials shall be stored to allow clear access to aisles, pathways, and


travel routes.

Field vehicles will be kept clean and orderly.

Size up the job, think it through.

Lift with your legs, not your back. Use mechanical equipment
whenever possible.

Get assistance when manually lifting awkwardly-sized items or those


items over 60 pounds.

Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts,
open-toe shoes, jewelry).

Tools not functioning properly shall be removed from service


immediately and tagged.

Workers shall wear cotton or leather work gloves when handling


equipment.

Have at least two persons on site trained in First Aid/CPR.

All crew personnel on site shall use the buddy system (working in pairs
or teams).

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) shall be obtained for chemicals


brought on site.

MSDSs shall be reviewed with project personnel before using the


chemical material.
Training Requirements

Project-specific training

Proper use and operation of hand tools

First Aid/CPR (American Red Cross)

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Materials Handling

Equipment to be Used:

Flammable storage
containers/cabinets

Drum dolly

Forklift

Potential Hazards

Back injury

Pinch points

Drum Spillage/Puncture

Slip, trip, or fall

Cuts, bruises
Splashes

Chemical burns

Inspection Requirements:

Daily

Control Measures

Size up the job.


No individual shall lift any material over 60lbs.
Use mechanical equipment to lift and move items, when necessary. Lift
with your legs, not your back.

Do not lift awkwardly sized items and those items over 60 pounds.

Get assistance when necessary.

If a worker loses control of item, STAND CLEAR and DO NOT try to


prevent its fall.

Assure path is clear while transporting items manually (housekeeping).

Keep hands and feet clear of moving/suspended materials and equipment.

Wear steel toe/shank safety shoes/boots.

Use a drum dolly or forklift to move drums.

Label all drums as to their contents.

Do not move bulging or leaking drums.

Assure path is clear while transporting items manually (housekeeping).

Do not stand on drums, boxes, or bags of stored materials.

Get assistance when necessary.

Use mechanical equipment to lift and move items when necessary.

Use cotton or leather work gloves for materials handling.

Wear eye protection as needed (i.e., safety glasses/goggles, and face


shield)

Wear appropriate protective clothing and chemical resistant gloves as


specified.
Training Requirements:

Hazardous Chemicals Handling

Safe lifting practices

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Motor Vehicle Operations/Traffic

Equipment to be Used:

Passenger vehicles

Traffic cones

Orange vests

Barricades

Flag person(s)

Inspection Requirements:

Continuous

Monthly Vehicle
Inspection

Extended Work Shifts/Multiple


Crews

Vehicle accidents
Personal injury

Fatigue
Reduced productivity.
Increased incident
potential.
Increased hazard
exposure potential.
Inattention.

Control Measures

Place physical (i.e., barricades, fencing) around work areas regularly


occupied by pedestrians.

If working adjacent to roadways, have workers wear fluorescent orange


vests.

Use warning signs or lights to alert oncoming traffic.

Assign flag person(s) if necessary to direct local traffic.

Set up temporary parking locations outside the immediate work area.

Motor vehicle operators shall obey all posted traffic signs, signals, and
speed limits.

Wear seat belts when vehicles are in motion.

Contractor employees are not authorized to operate motor vehicles without


authorization form the Site Project Manager.

Passenger vehicles and light trucks yield to heavy equipment.


Training Requirements:

Defensive Driver Training

Driver's license

No employee or contractor is authorized to work when they are overly


fatigued.
If driving a motor vehicle (non-CMV) is part of their assignment, then
workers will not work more than 14 hours in a 24 hour period.
Heavy equipment will not be operated by one individual for more than 12
hours in any 24 hour period without a minimum of 8 hours off duty.
Employees experiencing negative effects of extended work shifts shall be

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Equipment to be Used:

Multiple Crews

Portable lights

Inspection Requirements:

Employee fatigue

Availability of work space

Adverse Weather

Lightening Strikes

Control Measures
instructed to rest off duty for a sufficient time period to eliminate the
negative effects.

Operators which may extend shifts beyond 12 hours per day, six days a
week or which will have multiple shifts operating shall be reviewed by the
Site HS Coordinator.
Training Requirements:

General safety awareness

Whenever possible, halt activities and take cover.


If outdoors, stay low to the ground, but limit the body surface area that is in
contact with the ground (i.e., kneeling on one knee is better than laying on
the ground).
Seek shelter in a building if possible.
Stay away from windows
If available, crouch under a group of trees instead of one single tree.
Keep 6 feet away from tree trunk if seeking shelter beneath tree(s).
If in a group, keep 6 feet of distance between people.
Suspend drill rig/crane operations if thunderstorm/lightning is in immediate
vicinity.
When lighting is in the area all operations shall be halted for 30 minutes
after lighting is seen.
Listen to the radio or TV announcements for pending weather information.
Cease field activities during thunderstorm or tornado warnings, as directed

Thunderstorms
Tornadoes

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Earthquakes

Equipment to be Used:

Radios

Shelter

Inspection Requirements:

Throughout work
activities

Pressurized Water Cleaning

Noise
Struck by high pressure
stream

Equipment to be Used:
Steam Cleaner
Pressure Washer
Hydro-blaster

Inspection Requirements:
Daily inspection by operator
Check hoses, fittings,
connections, and safety devices

Control Measures
by the Project Manager.

Seek shelter. Do not try to outrun a tornado.

Do not stand near windows or door glass.

Seek immediate shelter (i.e., door jambs, desks, etc).

Do not stand near windows or door glass.


Training Requirements:

General awareness

FA/CPR (American Red Cross)

See page for Noise Hazards


Secure work area.
Use safety devices as required by manufacturer
Do not hold material to be cleaned.
Do not aim stream at self or other personnel.
Operator of gun/wand/lance shall have full control of the dump valve.
Use only dead man type dump valve controls.
Follow work practices per manufacturer .
For shot-gunning:
Wear metatarsal guards and leg guards
Other Safety Equipment: Hardhat, face shield, safety goggles (impact
rated), heavy water resistant suit, ear plugs, chemical resistant boots
and gloves.
Training Requirements:

High Pressure Water Hazards

Hands-on operational training with specific equipment to be operated, per


manufacturer guidelines

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Welding, Cutting and Other Hot


Work

Welding flash
Welding burns
Fire

Equipment to be Used:

Welder

Cutter

Gas cylinders (acetylene


and
oxygen)

Inspection Requirements:

Prior to each use check


equipment

Control Measures

Cutting, welding, or other operations that produce excessive heat, open


sparks, or flames shall not be permitted within 50 feet of a potential liquid
fuel source.

One 10A:20BC multipurpose dry chemical fire extinguisher shall be readily


available in the hot works area.

Complete a Hot Work Permit prior to initiation of hot works.

The area shall be monitored with a combustible gas meter to ensure <10%
LEL.

Work will not be permitted in atmospheres >10% LEL.

The worker shall be protected from sparks or flame by wearing leather


guards (Tyvek is not protective against heat sources).

Welders shall wear welding goggles or hood.

Complete a Hot Work Permit for each shift and when conditions change.

Compressed gas cylinders shall be secure in an upright position.

Gas regulators shall be in proper working order.

Cylinders shall be marked or stenciled to identify the type of gas in the


cylinder.

Oil and oily rags shall be kept away from oxygen equipment.

Cylinder valves shall be closed when work is finished and when cylinders
are empty or moved.

Objects to be welded, cut, or heated shall be moved to a safe location


when possible.

Remove all potential fire hazards in the vicinity.

Review possibility of chemical coating on item(s) to be welded, cut, or


heated; provide appropriate respirators protection, if needed, to operator.

Acetylene regulators shall not be adjusted to permit a discharge >15 psig.

Fuel/oxygen combination used for cutting, welding, or heating shall


have reverse-flow check valves between torch and regulator.
Training Requirements:

Qualified welder

Hot Works Permit

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Mobilization/Demobilization

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Physical Injury

Vehicular accidents/collisions.

All personnel shall attend site orientation prior to start of work activities.
All personnel shall wear all required PPE for jobsite conditions.
All personnel shall familiarize themselves to hazards, emergency
procedures, operational aspects & heavy equipment use, and change(s) in
site/work conditions. Daily housekeepin
Place physical (i.e., barricades, fencing) around work areas regularly
occupied by pedestrians.
If working adjacent to roadways, have workers wear fluorescent orange
vests.
Use warning signs or lights to alert oncoming traffic.
Assign flag person(s) if necessary to direct local traffic.
Set up temporary parking locations outside the immediate work area.
Motor vehicle operators shall obey all posted traffic signs, signals, and
speed limits.
Wear seat belts when vehicles are in motion.
Contractor employees are not authorized to operate motor vehicles without
authorization from the Site Project Manager.
Passenger vehicles and light trucks yield to heavy equipment.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across walking
pathwa

Hand or Power tools.

Slips, Trips, Falls.

Heat Stress

Heat rash

Heat Stress
Keep the skin clean and dry.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Insect

Heat cramps
Heat exhaustion
Heat stroke

Hazards
Ticks
Bees
Wasp
Ants

Poisonous Snakes and Animals

Rabies

Bites

Allergic Reaction

Equipment to be Used:

Cooling vests

Core control suits

Inspection Requirements:

Daily

Watch for signs &

Control Measures

Change perspiration-soaked clothing, as necessary.

Bathe at end of work shift or day.

Apply powder to affected areas.

Wear clean/dry undergarments


Heat Cramps

Drink plenty of cool fluids even when not thirsty.

Provide cool fluids for work crews.

Move victim to shaded, cool area.

Inform Supervisor of cramps even if occurring off the job.


Heat exhaustion

Physiological worker monitoring as needed (i.e., heart rate, oral


temperature).

Set up work/rest periods.

Use the buddy system.

Allow workers time to acclimate.

Have ice packs available for use on breaks.


Heat Stroke

Evaluate possibility of night work.

Wear body cooling devices.

Wear light colored clothing (can see ticks better).

Mow vegetated and small brush areas.

Wear insect repellant.

Wear long sleeves and long pants.

Visually check self promptly and frequently after exiting the work area.

Identify infested areas to the Site Supervisor.

Workers who are allergic or capable of allergic reactions to bee, wasp, or


ant stings or bites shall notify their Supervisor(s).

Evaluate need for sensitive workers to have prescribed antibiotic or


medicine to combat onset of symptoms.

Keep work areas clear of vegetation and small brush.

Avoid placing hands or feet into obscure areas (i.e., beneath rocks, well
pads, brush piles).

Wear rubber or PVC boots into vegetated areas where poisonous snakes or
animals inhabit.

Use the buddy system.

Postpone work in areas where poisonous snakes or animals are nested.

Inspect protected areas before entering.

Inform HS and Project Manager if allergic to bites, and carry emergency kit
as required.
Training Requirements:

Valid Drivers License

Heat Stress.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Oral thermometers
Watch
Topical ointment
Clothing for barrier

Pile Driving

Potential Hazards
symptoms at each break

Personal Injury

Control Measures

Prevention, Symptoms, Treatment


Identification of poisonous plants

Proper Planning
Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts,
open-toe shoes, jewelry).
Locate all electric, gas, water, steam, sewer, and other services lines to be
shut off, capped, or controlled, before pile driving is started.
All workers should be informed of the location of any existing or relocated
utility service.
No overhead work shall be performed when, as a result of that work, the
possibility of a falling object striking any person exists.
All workers working near or on water shall wear a type III PFD.
Life ring shall be provided while workers are working on or near water

Slips, Trips, Falls

The use of sheet pile stirrups as a fall protection method is prohibited


If an employee is required to go aloft on sheet piling, the employee shall
use an aerial device or ladder.
Workers exposed to fall hazards shall be protected from falling to a lower
level by the use of standard guardrail, work platforms, safety nets,
engineered fall protection systems, or personal fall arrest systems.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Barricade or cover and flag inconspicuous holes to protect against falls
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathways.
The use of sheet pile stirrups as a fall protection method is prohibited;

Hand & Power Tools

Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Hazardous Energy

Electrocution

Electrical burns

Fire

Control Measures

Pinch Points/Caught between


Heavy Equipment Operations

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Contact Louisiana One Call or State appropriate company prior to any work.
When working within 20 feet of Natural gas line and hydrogen line confirm
through Clovelly oil and Airproducts that lines have been depressurized.
Maintain a safe working distance from all underground utlities
Maintain a minimum distance of 20 feet between overhead electrical lines.
Portable electrical tools and equipment will be double-insulted.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Identify the location of underground/overhead electrical lines in the work
area, as appropriate.
Power tools shall be tagged and removed from service when not
functioning properly.
Lockout/tagout procedures shall be implemented when employees need to
perform repair or maintenance on electrical equipment where the
unexpected energization, or start-up of stored energy could cause injury.
Extension cords shall not be fastened with staples, hung from nails, or
suspended by bare wire.
A qualified Master Electrician will inspect all high voltage electrical
connections prior to energizing.
Remain alert at all times
Do not place hand in between objects being lifted.
Always have a means of escape
Use qualified and trained operators
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
If crane does not have Anti-Two Block the operator must have a visual aid
(flag, tape, or ball) attached to the hoist line 8 to 10 feet above the rigging.
If the crane is operating at a boom angle that hinders the visual aid the
visual aid may be placed near the drum so the operator can see it.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator.
No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

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Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.


All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the rig.
The load capacity shall be posted and clearly visible on the rig.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Cranes, derricks, drill rigs, booms or similar equipment shall have a
minimum 20 feet clearance from overhead electrical power lines.
Guy, outriggers, thrust outs, or counter-balances shall be provided to
maintain stability of pile-driver rigs.
Swinging (hanging) leads shall have fixed ladders.
All employees shall be kept clear when piling is being hoisted.
Steel pilings shall be lifted by use of a closed shackle or other positive
attachment that will prevent accidental disengagement.
If an employee is required to go aloft on sheet piling, the employee shall
use an aerial device or ladder.
Taglines shall be used for controlling unguided piles and free hanging
(flying) hammers.
Employees shall be prohibited from remaining on leads or ladders while
pile is being driven.
Fixed pile-driver leads shall be provided with decked landings having guard
rails, intermediate rails, and toe boards.
Fixed ladders or stairs shall be provided for access to landings and head
blocks.
Fixed leads shall be provided with rings or attachment points so that
workers exposed to falls of 6 ft (1.8 m) or greater may attach their safety
harnesses to the leads.
Landings or leads shall not be used for storage of any kind.
Pile-driver leads shall have stop blocks to prevent the hammer from being
raised against the head block.
A blocking device, capable of supporting the weight of the hammer, shall
be provided for placement in the leads under the hammer at all times while
employees are working under the hammer.
All hose connections to pile-driver hammers shall be securely attached with
an adequate length of alloy steel chain at least inch, or equal strength
wire, to prevent whipping.
If piling cannot be pulled without exceeding the load rating of equipment, a
pile extractor shall be used.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Noise

Control Measures

Rigging

Personal Injury

Faulty Rigging

Failure to control load

Review elements of Hearing Conservation Program.


Employees shall be informed of high noise areas where hearing protection
is required and these areas marked.
Provide annual audiograms for employees.
Conduct noise surveys on activities in question.
Provide hearing protection on site.
Require use of hearing protection when noise levels are at exceed 85 dBA.
Exposure to impulse or impact noise should not exceed 140 dBA peak
sound level.
Use engineering controls (i.e., guards, mufflers, distance) to reduce worker
exposure.

Personal Injury
Rigging must be done by a Qualified Rigger.
Rigging shall be visually inspected at the beginning of each shift by a
competent person.

Rigging equipment shall not be loaded in excess of its recommended


safe working load.

Verify load weight of product to be lifted.

A positive latching device shall be used to secure the load and rigging

Select and inspect the proper rigging equipment for the job at hand.

Rigger must remain alert at all times.

Rigger must keep all unnecessary personnel out of the lifting area.

Rigger should alert the operator to any unsafe conditions or practices


during lifting.

Rigger must know and demonstrate competency in using all signals


used in material handling.
Faulty Rigging

Rigging shall be visually inspected at the beginning of each shift by a


competent person.

Rigging shall be stored properly immediately after use.

Defective rigging must be tagged, cut, or removed from service.

Keep rigging clear of any welding or burning.

Hooks, shackles, rings, pad eyes, and other fittings that show excessive
wear or that have been bent, twisted, or otherwise damaged shall be
removed from service.

Only marked shackles (marked by manufacturer with name or trademark of


manufacturer, rated load and size) shall be used.
Failure to Control Load

Crane or hoisting equipment shall not be used when wind speeds onsite

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Unstable/inclined Surfaces

Equipment Damage

Fire

Heat Stress

Heat rash

Heat cramps

Heat exhaustion

Heat stroke

exceed owners safety manual.


At wind greater than 20 mph the operator, rigger, and lift supervisor shall
cease all crane operations, evaluate conditions and determine if the lift
shall proceed.
Tag lines shall be used at all time.
Only go straight up and straight down an incline, with the track drive to the
rear
Never try to cross an incline at an angle
If ground is unsuitable mats may be required.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent
person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All mechanized equipment shall have proper fire extinguishing equipment.
All potential sources of ignition should be evaluated.
Roadways between and around combustible storage piles should be at
least 15 feet wide and maintained free from accumulation of rubbish,
equipment, or other materials.
A temporary or permanent water supply of volume should be made
available.
Shutdown all equipment before refueling..
All equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by a
competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.

Heat Stress

Keep the skin clean and dry.

Change perspiration-soaked clothing, as necessary.

Bathe at end of work shift or day.

Apply powder to affected areas.

Wear clean/dry undergarments


Heat Cramps

Drink plenty of cool fluids even when not thirsty.

Provide cool fluids for work crews.

Move victim to shaded, cool area.

Inform Supervisor of cramps even if occurring off the job.


Heat exhaustion

Physiological worker monitoring as needed (i.e., heart rate, oral

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures
temperature).
Set up work/rest periods.
Use the buddy system.
Allow workers time to acclimate.
Have ice packs available for use on breaks.
Heat Stroke

Evaluate possibility of night work.

Wear body cooling devices.

Complete a Hot Work Permit for each shift and when conditions change.

Cutting, welding, or other operations that produce excessive heat, open


sparks, or flames shall not be permitted within 50 feet of a potential liquid
fuel source.

The area shall be monitored with a combustible gas meter to ensure <10%
LEL. Work will not be permitted in atmospheres >10% LEL.

The worker shall be protected from sparks or flame by wearing leather


guards (Tyvek is not protective against heat sources).

Welders shall wear welding goggles or hood.

Compressed gas cylinders shall be secure in an upright position.

Cylinders shall be marked or stenciled to identify the type of gas in the


cylinder.

Oil and oily rags shall be kept away from oxygen equipment.

Cylinder valves shall be closed when work is finished and when cylinders
are empty or moved.

Acetylene regulators shall not be adjusted to permit a discharge >15 psig.

Fuel/oxygen combination used for cutting, welding, or heating shall have


reverse-flow check valves between torch and regulator.
Training Requirements

Qualified Operator

Hot Work Permit

Qualified Rigger

Hot Work

Equipment to be used

Pile Driver Rig

Slings Shackles

Inspection Requirements

Daily inspections

Per manufactures specs.

Prior to start-up

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Structural Demolition

Potential Hazards

Personal Injury

Control Measures

Slips, Trips, Falls

Hand & Power Tools

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Proper Planning
Complete an engineer survey of the structure.
All projects will be evaluated for the potential to contact asbestoscontaining material (ACM) and lead-based paint (LBP).
Locate all electric, gas, water, steam, sewer, and other services lines to be
shut off, capped, or controlled, before demolition work is started.
All workers should be informed of the location of any existing or relocated
utility service.
No overhead work shall be performed when, as a result of that work, the
possibility of a falling object striking any person exists.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathways.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
GFCI.s shall be used on all power tools, extension cords, and all equipment
connected to temporary power supplies. Extension cords, power tools, and
lighting equipment shall be inspected before each use, protected from

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Heat Stress

Heat rash

Heat cramps

Heat exhaustion

Heat stroke

Hazardous Energy

Electrocution

Electrical burns

Fire

Pinch Points/Caught between

Control Measures
damage, and kept out of wet areas.
Heat Stress

Keep the skin clean and dry.

Change perspiration-soaked clothing, as necessary.

Bathe at end of work shift or day.

Apply powder to affected areas.

Wear clean/dry undergarments


Heat Cramps

Drink plenty of cool fluids even when not thirsty.

Provide cool fluids for work crews.

Move victim to shaded, cool area.

Inform Supervisor of cramps even if occurring off the job.


Heat exhaustion

Physiological worker monitoring as needed (i.e., heart rate, oral


temperature).

Set up work/rest periods.

Use the buddy system.

Allow workers time to acclimate.

Have ice packs available for use on breaks.


Heat Stroke

Evaluate possibility of night work.

Wear body cooling devices.

Maintain a minimum distance of 20 feet between overhead electrical lines


and any part of equipment.

Portable electrical tools and equipment will be double-insulted.

Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.

Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.

Identify the location of underground/overhead electrical lines in the work


area, as appropriate.

Power tools shall be tagged and removed from service when not
functioning properly.

Lockout/tagout procedures shall be implemented when employees need to


perform repair or maintenance on electrical equipment where the
unexpected energization, or start-up of stored energy could cause injury.

Extension cords shall not be fastened with staples, hung from nails, or
suspended by bare wire.

A qualified Master Electrician will inspect all high voltage electrical


connections prior to energizing.

Remain alert at all times

Do not place hand/feet in between objects being lifted

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Heavy Equipment Operations

Control Measures

Unstable/Inclined Surface

Noise

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Always have a means of escape


Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator. No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
No person shall be permitted in any area that can be affected by demolition
when using heavy machinery.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
If piling cannot be pulled without exceeding the load rating of equipment, a
pile extractor shall be used.
Piling shall not be pulled by tipping the crane, releasing the load brake
momentarily, and catching the load before the crane has settled.
Only go straight up and straight down an incline, with the track drive to the
rear
Never try to cross an incline at an angle
When going uphill track with the arm in front of you.
If extra counterweight is required fill the bucket
Avoid overfilling bucket when near embankment.
Never slew with a full bucket at maximum reach.
Do not undercutting the ground from beneath the excavator.
If ground is unsuitable mats may be required.

Review elements of Hearing Conservation Program.


Employees shall be informed of high noise areas where hearing protection
is required and these areas marked.
Provide annual audiograms for employees.
Conduct noise surveys on activities in question.
Provide hearing protection on site.
Require use of hearing protection when noise levels are at exceed 85 dBA.
Exposure to impulse or impact noise should not exceed 140 dBA peak

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures
sound level.
Use engineering controls (i.e., guards, mufflers, distance) to reduce worker
exposure.
Personal Injury

Rigging must be done by a Qualified Rigger.

Rigging shall be visually inspected at the beginning of each shift by a


competent person.

Rigging equipment shall not be loaded in excess of its recommended


safe working load.

Verify load weight of product to be lifted.

A positive latching device shall be used to secure the load and rigging

Select and inspect the proper rigging equipment for the job at hand.

Rigger must remain alert at all times.

Rigger must keep all unnecessary personnel out of the lifting area.

Rigger should alert the operator to any unsafe conditions or practices


during lifting.

Rigger must know and demonstrate competency in using all signals


used in material handling.
Faulty Rigging

Rigging shall be visually inspected at the beginning of each shift by a


competent person.

Rigging shall be stored properly immediately after use.

Defective rigging must be tagged, cut, or removed from service.

Keep rigging clear of any welding or burning.

Hooks, shackles, rings, pad eyes, and other fittings that show excessive
wear or that have been bent, twisted, or otherwise damaged shall be
removed from service.

Only marked shackles (marked by manufacturer with name or trademark of


manufacturer, rated load and size) shall be used.
Failure to Control Load

Crane or hoisting equipment shall not be used when wind speeds onsite
exceed owners safety manual.

At wind greater than 20 mph the operator, rigger, and lift supervisor shall
cease all crane operations, evaluate conditions and determine if the lift
shall proceed.

Tag lines shall be used at all time.

Rigging

Personal Injury

Faulty Rigging

Failure to control load

Unstable Structure

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Shore or brace walls and floors of structures that have been damaged by
fire, water explosion or other cause.
Place signs warning of the hazard of falling materials at the opening of
each side of the door opening to be demolished.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Equipment Damage

Control Measures

Fire

Hot Work

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All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by


a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent
person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All potential sources of ignition should be evaluated.
Roadways between and around combustible storage piles should be at
least 15 feet wide and maintained free from accumulation of rubbish,
equipment, or other materials.
A temporary or permanent water supply of volume should be made
available.
Shutdown all equipment before refueling.
Heating devices shall be place where they are not likely overturn.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Complete a Hot Work Permit for each shift and when conditions change.
Cutting, welding, or other operations that produce excessive heat, open
sparks, or flames shall not be permitted within 50 feet of a potential liquid
fuel source.
The area shall be monitored with a combustible gas meter to ensure <10%
LEL. Work will not be permitted in atmospheres >10% LEL.
The worker shall be protected from sparks or flame by wearing leather
guards (Tyvek is not protective against heat sources).
Welders shall wear welding goggles or hood.
Compressed gas cylinders shall be secure in an upright position.
Cylinders shall be marked or stenciled to identify the type of gas in the
cylinder.
Oil and oily rags shall be kept away from oxygen equipment.
Cylinder valves shall be closed when work is finished and when cylinders
are empty or moved.
Acetylene regulators shall not be adjusted to permit a discharge >15 psig.
Fuel/oxygen combination used for cutting, welding, or heating shall have
reverse-flow check valves between torch and regulator.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Equipment to be used

Excavator or back hoe

Oxygen & acetylene

Hand & Power tools

Slings & Shackles

Inspection Requirements

Daily inspections

Per manufactures specs.

Prior to start-up

Training Requirements

Qualified Operator

Hot Work Permit

Qualified Rigger

Lock Out/Tag Out

Installation silt fence/Geotextile

Slips, Trips, Falls

Lifting Strains & Sprains

Equipment Operations

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Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily


basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
No individual employee is permitted to lift any object that weighs over 60
pounds.
Proper lifting techniques shall be used.
Multiple employees or the use of mechanical lifting are for lifting objects
over the 60-pound limit.
Materials shall be inspected for sharp edges prior to being handled, and
avoid pinch point
hazards.
Use qualified and trained operators
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Hazardous Energy

Hand and Power Tools

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Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the


operator. No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Locate all underground utilities thru Louisiana One Call
Maintain a safe working distance from underground utilities.
Maintain a minimum distance of 20 feet between overhead electrical lines
and any part of equipment.
Portable electrical tools and equipment will be double-insulted.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Identify the location of underground/overhead electrical lines in the work
area, as appropriate.
Power tools shall be tagged and removed from service when not
functioning properly.
Lockout/tagout procedures shall be implemented when employees need to
perform repair or maintenance on electrical equipment where the
unexpected energization, or start-up of stored energy could cause injury.
Extension cords shall not be fastened with staples, hung from nails, or
suspended by bare wire.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
GFCI.s shall be used on all power tools, extension cords, and all equipment
connected to temporary power supplies. Extension cords, power tools, and
lighting equipment shall be inspected before each use, protected from
damage, and kept out of wet areas.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Equipment to be Used:

Hand and Power Tools

GFCI

Inspection Requirements:

Daily

Training Requirements:

Qualified Operator

Aggregate Placement/Excavation

Personal Injury

Slips, Trips, Falls

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Proper Planning
All workers have the right to shut down a job b/c of an unsafe act.
Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts,
open-toe shoes, jewelry).
Locate all electric, gas, water, steam, sewer, and other services lines to be
shut off, capped, or controlled, before excavation to start.
Call Louisiana One Call or appropriate authority to locate underground
utilities.
All workers should be informed of the location of any existing or relocated
utility service.
No overhead work shall be performed when, as a result of that work, the
possibility of a falling object striking any person exists.
All workers should be aware of their surroundings and aware of
simultaneous operations.
All equipment shall have initial and daily inspections.
Workers shall not stand behind or gather directly behind dump trucks.
Workers exposed to fall hazards shall be protected from falling to a lower
level by the use of standard guardrail, work platforms, safety nets,

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Hand & Power Tools

Pinch Points/Caught between

Trucking Operations

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engineered fall protection systems, or personal fall arrest systems.


Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Barricade or cover and flag inconspicuous holes to protect against falls
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathways.
The use of sheet pile stirrups as a fall protection method is prohibited
Workers shall maintain 3-point contact while measuring dump trucks.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Remain alert at all times
Do not place hand in between objects being lifted.
Remain clear of dump trucks while backing up.
Always have a means of escape
Use qualified and trained operators
All dump trucks brought on USACE jobsite shall be inspected upon arrival.
Drivers shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
If a signal person or spotter is not used, operators will walk behind their
vehicle to view the area for possible hazards before backing their vehicle
Text messaging is strictly prohibited while operating motor vehicles .
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Trucks should not be operated in a manner that will endanger persons or
property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads be exceeded.
Getting off or on any truck while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the truck.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Equipment operators

Control Measures

Noise

Unstable/inclined Surfaces

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Use qualified and trained operators


Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator.
No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the rig.
The load capacity shall be posted and clearly visible on the rig.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Cranes, derricks, drill rigs, booms or similar equipment shall have a
minimum 10 feet clearance from overhead electrical power lines.
Guy, outriggers, thrust outs, or counter-balances shall be provided to
maintain stability
Review elements of Hearing Conservation Program.
Employees shall be informed of high noise areas where hearing protection
is required and these areas marked.
Conduct noise surveys on activities in question.
Provide hearing protection on site.
Require use of hearing protection when noise levels are at exceed 85 dBA.
Exposure to impulse or impact noise should not exceed 140 dBA peak
sound level.
Use engineering controls (i.e., guards, mufflers, distance) to reduce worker
exposure.
Only go straight up and straight down an incline, with the track drive to the
rear
Never try to cross an incline at an angle
If ground is unsuitable mats may be required.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Equipment Damage

Fire

Equipment to be used

Excavator

Tri-axle Dump Truck

Inspection Requirements

Daily inspections

Per manufactures specs.

Prior to start-up

Cofferdam/whaler system

Physical Injury

Control Measures

All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by


a competent person.

Shutdown all equipment before fueling.

All mechanized equipment shall have proper fire extinguishing equipment.

All potential sources of ignition should be evaluated.

Roadways between and around combustible storage piles should be at


least 15 feet wide and maintained free from accumulation of rubbish,
equipment, or other materials.

A temporary or permanent water supply of volume should be made


available.

Shutdown all equipment before refueling..

All equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by a


competent person.

Shutdown all equipment before fueling.


Training Requirements

Qualified Operator

Class A CDL

Slip, trip, fall

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All personnel shall be properly trained


A confined space plan shall be in place and followed before entry.
The confined space shall be monitored for a hazardous atmosphere before
entry.
An attendant shall monitor all employees entering the confined space at all
times.
All employees shall sign in and out before entering the confined space.
All employees have the right to know the hazards before entering a
confined space.
A rescue plan shall be in place before anyone enters the confined space.
Employees shall maintain proper hand and foot placement.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathway.

Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when entering or exiting confined


space.

Confined space shall be air monitored before entry.

If atmosphere exceeds exposure limits all employees shall evacuate the


area immediately.

Forced air flow may be used if determined necessary.

Lockout tag out shall be utilized if energy source or engulfment is possible.

Air purifying or air supplying respirators may be used depending on the


atmosphere conditions.

Only air supplying respirators shall be used in oxygen deficient


atmospheres.
Heat Stress

Keep the skin clean and dry.

Change perspiration-soaked clothing, as necessary.

Bathe at end of work shift or day.

Apply powder to affected areas.

Wear clean/dry undergarments


Heat Cramps

Drink plenty of cool fluids even when not thirsty.

Provide cool fluids for work crews.

Move victim to shaded, cool area.

Inform Supervisor of cramps even if occurring off the job.


Heat exhaustion

Physiological worker monitoring as needed (i.e., heart rate, oral


temperature).

Set up work/rest periods.

Use the buddy system.

Allow workers time to acclimate.

Have ice packs available for use on breaks.


Heat Stroke

Evaluate possibility of night work.

Wear body cooling devices.

Wear light colored clothing (can see ticks better).

Mow vegetated and small brush areas.

Wear insect repellant.

Wear long sleeves and long pants.

Visually check self promptly and frequently after exiting the work area.

Hazardous Atmosphere/energy

Heat Stress

Heat rash

Heat cramps

Heat exhaustion

Heat stroke

Insect

Hazards
Ticks
Bees
Wasp
Ants

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Poisonous Snakes and Animals

Rabies

Bites

Allergic Reaction

Welding flash
Welding burns
Fire

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Identify infested areas to the Site Supervisor.


Workers who are allergic or capable of allergic reactions to bee, wasp, or
ant stings or bites shall notify their Supervisor(s).
Evaluate need for sensitive workers to have prescribed antibiotic or
medicine to combat onset of symptoms.
Keep work areas clear of vegetation and small brush.
Be aware of surrounding while working near water.
Avoid placing hands or feet into obscure areas (i.e., beneath rocks, well
pads, brush piles).
Wear rubber or PVC boots into vegetated areas where poisonous snakes or
animals inhabit.
Use the buddy system.
Postpone work in areas where poisonous snakes or animals are nested.
Inspect protected areas before entering.
Inform HS and Project Manager if allergic to bites, and carry emergency kit
as required.
Cutting, welding, or other operations that produce excessive heat, open
sparks, or flames shall not be permitted within 50 feet of a potential liquid
fuel source.
One 20lb ABC multipurpose dry chemical fire extinguisher shall be readily
available in the hot works area.
Complete a Hot Work Permit prior to initiation of hot works.
The area shall be monitored with a combustible gas meter to ensure <10%
LEL.
Work will not be permitted in atmospheres >10% LEL.
The worker shall be protected from sparks or flame by wearing leather
guards (Tyvek is not protective against heat sources).
Welders shall wear welding goggles or hood.
Complete a Hot Work Permit for each shift and when conditions change.
Compressed gas cylinders shall be secure in an upright position.
Gas regulators shall be in proper working order.
Cylinders shall be marked or stenciled to identify the type of gas in the
cylinder.
Oil and oily rags shall be kept away from oxygen equipment.
Cylinder valves shall be closed when work is finished and when cylinders
are empty or moved.
Objects to be welded, cut, or heated shall be moved to a safe location
when possible.
Remove all potential fire hazards in the vicinity.
Review possibility of chemical coating on item(s) to be welded, cut, or
heated; provide appropriate respirators protection, if needed, to operator.
Acetylene regulators shall not be adjusted to permit a discharge >15 psig.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Equipment to be Used:

Cooling vests

Core control suits

Oral thermometers

Watch

Topical ointment

Clothing for barrier

Manual lifting

Minor cuts and bruises

Chemical contact

Inspection Requirements:

Daily

Watch for signs &


symptoms at each break

Fuel/oxygen combination used for cutting, welding, or heating shall


have reverse-flow check valves between torch and regulator.

Size up the job, think it through.

Lift with your legs, not your back. Use mechanical equipment
whenever possible.

Get assistance when manually lifting awkwardly-sized items or those


items over 60 pounds.

Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts,
open-toe shoes, jewelry).

Tools not functioning properly shall be removed from service


immediately and tagged.

Workers shall wear cotton or leather work gloves when handling


equipment.

Have at least two persons on site trained in First Aid/CPR.

All crew personnel on site shall use the buddy system (working in pairs
or teams).

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) shall be obtained for chemicals


brought on site.

MSDSs shall be reviewed with project personnel before using the


chemical material.
Training Requirements:

Heat Stress.

Prevention, Symptoms, Treatment

Identification of poisonous plants

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps
Rebar Placement

Potential Hazards

Physical Injury

Slip, trip, fall

Control Measures

Poor housekeeping

Manual lifting

Pinch Points

Minor cuts and bruises

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All personnel shall wear proper PPE for the Job.


All personnel shall attend site orientation prior to start of work activities.
All personnel shall wear all required PPE for jobsite conditions.
All personnel shall familiarize themselves to hazards, emergency
procedures, operational aspects & heavy equipment use, and change(s) in
site/work conditions. Daily housekeeping
All protruding rebar shall be capped with OSHA approved rebar caps
Site employees will be required to wear hard hat, safety glasses with side
shields, work gloves, and steel-toe boots beyond the Main Office Complex
and other field offices.
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathways.
Flag or cover inconspicuous holes to protect against falls.
Work areas will be kept clean and orderly.
Garbage, trash, and scrap will be disposed of daily in approved refuse
containers.
Tools and accessories will be properly maintained and stored.
Work areas and floors will be kept free of dirt, grease, and slippery
materials.
Materials shall be stored to allow clear access to aisles, pathways, and
travel routes.
Field vehicles will be kept clean and orderly.
Size up the job, think it through.
Lift with your legs, not your back. Use mechanical equipment
whenever possible.
Size up the job.
No individual shall lift any material over 60lbs.
Do not lift awkwardly sized items and those items over 60 pounds.
Get assistance when necessary.
If a worker loses control of item, STAND CLEAR and DO NOT try to
prevent its fall.
Assure path is clear while transporting items manually.
Use cotton or leather work gloves for materials handling.
Keep hands and feet clear of moving/suspended materials and equipment.
Wear steel toe/shank safety shoes/boots.
Always have a means of escape.
Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts,
open-toe shoes, jewelry).
Tools not functioning properly shall be removed from service
immediately and tagged.
Workers shall wear cotton or leather work gloves when handling
equipment.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Concrete Placement

Potential Hazards

Personal Injury

Control Measures

Slips, Trips, Falls

Hand & Power Tools

Pinch Points/Caught between

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Proper Planning
Workers shall wear proper PPE.
Safety glasses shall be worn during all concrete operations.
All workers have the right to shut down a job b/c of an unsafe act.
Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts,
open-toe shoes, jewelry).
No overhead work shall be performed when, as a result of that work, the
possibility of a falling object striking any person exists.
All workers should be aware of their surroundings and aware of
simultaneous operations.
All equipment shall have initial and daily inspections.
Workers shall not stand behind or gather directly behind dump trucks.
Workers exposed to fall hazards shall be protected from falling to a lower
level by the use of standard guardrail, work platforms, safety nets,
engineered fall protection systems, or personal fall arrest systems.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Barricade or cover and flag inconspicuous holes to protect against falls
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathways.
The use of sheet pile stirrups as a fall protection method is prohibited
Workers shall maintain 3-point contact while measuring dump trucks.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Remain alert at all times

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Trucking Operations

Control Measures

Equipment operators

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Do not place hand in between objects being lifted.


Remain clear of dump trucks while backing up.
Always have a means of escape
Use qualified and trained operators
All dump trucks brought on USACE jobsite shall be inspected upon arrival.
Drivers shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
If a signal person or spotter is not used, operators will walk behind their
vehicle to view the area for possible hazards before backing their vehicle
Text messaging is strictly prohibited while operating motor vehicles .
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Trucks should not be operated in a manner that will endanger persons or
property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads be exceeded.
Getting off or on any truck while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the truck.
Use qualified and trained operators
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator.
No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Scaffolding

Noise

Unstable/inclined Surfaces

Equipment Damage

Fire

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The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the rig.
The load capacity shall be posted and clearly visible on the rig.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Cranes, derricks, drill rigs, booms or similar equipment shall have a
minimum 10 feet clearance from overhead electrical power lines.
Guy, outriggers, thrust outs, or counter-balances shall be provided to
maintain stability
Scaffold shall only be erected, moved, dismantled, or altered under the
supervision of competent persons.
If scaffold is not tagged green fall protection must be worn.
3-point contact shall be used when climbing on and off of scaffolding.
All loose scaffold material shall be picked up and stored properly to prevent
falls.
An access ladder or equivalent safe access shall be provided.
Scaffolds shall be plumb and level.
Scaffolds shall bear on base plates upon mud sills or other adequate
foundation.
When the scaffold height exceeds four times the minimum scaffolds base
dimension, the scaffold shall be secured to the wall or structure.
Review elements of Hearing Conservation Program.
Employees shall be informed of high noise areas where hearing protection
is required and these areas marked.
Conduct noise surveys on activities in question.
Provide hearing protection on site.
Require use of hearing protection when noise levels are at exceed 85 dBA.
Exposure to impulse or impact noise should not exceed 140 dBA peak
sound level.
Use engineering controls (i.e., guards, mufflers, distance) to reduce worker
exposure.
Only go straight up and straight down an incline, with the track drive to the
rear
Never try to cross an incline at an angle
If ground is unsuitable mats may be required.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All mechanized equipment shall have proper fire extinguishing equipment.
All potential sources of ignition should be evaluated.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Equipment to be used

Excavator

Tri-axle Dump Truck

Inspection Requirements

Daily inspections

Per manufactures specs.

Prior to start-up

Discharge pipe removal

Personal Injury

Roadways between and around combustible storage piles should be at


least 15 feet wide and maintained free from accumulation of rubbish,
equipment, or other materials.

A temporary or permanent water supply of volume should be made


available.

Shutdown all equipment before refueling..

All equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by a


competent person.

Shutdown all equipment before fueling.


Training Requirements

Qualified Operator

Class A CDL

Slips, Trips, Falls

Hand & Power Tools

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Proper Planning
Personnel shall be aware of potential pinch points.
Locate all electric, gas, water, steam, sewer, and other services lines to be
shut off, capped, or controlled, before demolition work is started.
All workers should be informed of the location of any existing or relocated
utility service.
No overhead work shall be performed when, as a result of that work, the
possibility of a falling object striking any person exists.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across
walking pathways.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
GFCI.s shall be used on all power tools, extension cords, and all equipment
connected to temporary power supplies. Extension cords, power tools, and
lighting equipment shall be inspected before each use, protected from

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Crane operations

Control Measures

Hazardous Energy

Electrocution

Electrical burns

Fire

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damage, and kept out of wet areas.


Use qualified and trained operators
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
If crane does not have Anti-Two Block the operator must have a visual aid
(flag, tape, or ball) attached to the hoist line 8 to 10 feet above the rigging.
If the crane is operating at a boom angle that hinders the visual aid the
visual aid may be placed near the drum so the operator can see it.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator.
No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the rig.
The load capacity shall be posted and clearly visible on the rig.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Cranes, derricks, drill rigs, booms or similar equipment shall have a
minimum 20 feet clearance from overhead electrical power lines.
Guy, outriggers, thrust outs, or counter-balances shall be provided to
maintain stability of pile-driver rigs.
Maintain a minimum distance of 20 feet between overhead electrical lines
and any part of equipment.
Portable electrical tools and equipment will be double-insulted.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Identify the location of underground/overhead electrical lines in the work
area, as appropriate.
Power tools shall be tagged and removed from service when not

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Pinch Points/Caught between


Heavy Equipment Operations

Unstable/Inclined Surface

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functioning properly.
Lockout/tagout procedures shall be implemented when employees need to
perform repair or maintenance on electrical equipment where the
unexpected energization, or start-up of stored energy could cause injury.
Extension cords shall not be fastened with staples, hung from nails, or
suspended by bare wire.
A qualified Master Electrician will inspect all high voltage electrical
connections prior to energizing.
Remain alert at all times
Do not place hand/feet in between objects being lifted
Always have a means of escape
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator. No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
No person shall be permitted in any area that can be affected by demolition
when using heavy machinery.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
If piling cannot be pulled without exceeding the load rating of equipment, a
pile extractor shall be used.
Piling shall not be pulled by tipping the crane, releasing the load brake
momentarily, and catching the load before the crane has settled.
Only go straight up and straight down an incline, with the track drive to the
rear
Never try to cross an incline at an angle
When going uphill track with the arm in front of you.
If extra counterweight is required fill the bucket
Avoid overfilling bucket when near embankment.
Never slew with a full bucket at maximum reach.
Do not undercutting the ground from beneath the excavator.
If ground is unsuitable mats may be required.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards
Noise

Rigging

Personal Injury

Faulty Rigging

Failure to control load

Control Measures

Review elements of Hearing Conservation Program.


Employees shall be informed of high noise areas where hearing protection
is required and these areas marked.

Conduct noise surveys on activities in question.

Provide hearing protection on site.

Require use of hearing protection when noise levels are at exceed 85 dBA.

Exposure to impulse or impact noise should not exceed 140 dBA peak
sound level.

Use engineering controls (i.e., guards, mufflers, distance) to reduce worker


exposure.
Personal Injury

Rigging must be done by a Qualified Rigger.

Rigging shall be visually inspected at the beginning of each shift by a


competent person.

Rigging equipment shall not be loaded in excess of its recommended


safe working load.

Verify load weight of product to be lifted.

A positive latching device shall be used to secure the load and rigging

Select and inspect the proper rigging equipment for the job at hand.

Rigger must remain alert at all times.

Rigger must keep all unnecessary personnel out of the lifting area.

Rigger should alert the operator to any unsafe conditions or practices


during lifting.

Rigger must know and demonstrate competency in using all signals


used in material handling.
Faulty Rigging

Rigging shall be visually inspected at the beginning of each shift by a


competent person.

Rigging shall be stored properly immediately after use.

Defective rigging must be tagged, cut, or removed from service.

Keep rigging clear of any welding or burning.

Hooks, shackles, rings, pad eyes, and other fittings that show excessive
wear or that have been bent, twisted, or otherwise damaged shall be
removed from service.

Only marked shackles (marked by manufacturer with name or trademark of


manufacturer, rated load and size) shall be used.
Failure to Control Load

Crane or hoisting equipment shall not be used when wind speeds onsite
exceed owners safety manual.

At wind greater than 20 mph the operator, rigger, and lift supervisor shall
cease all crane operations, evaluate conditions and determine if the lift
shall proceed.

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Tag lines shall be used at all time.

Unstable Structure

Scaffolding

Shoring or bracing underneath the discharge pipe shall be provided if


deemed necessary.
Scaffold shall only be erected, moved, dismantled, or altered under the
supervision of competent persons.
If scaffold is not tagged green fall protection must be worn.
3-point contact shall be used when climbing on and off of scaffolding.
All loose scaffold material shall be picked up and stored properly to prevent
falls.
An access ladder or equivalent safe access shall be provided.
Scaffolds shall be plumb and level.
Scaffolds shall bear on base plates upon mud sills or other adequate
foundation.
When the scaffold height exceeds four times the minimum scaffolds base
dimension, the scaffold shall be secured to the wall or structure.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All potential sources of ignition should be evaluated.
Roadways between and around combustible storage piles should be at
least 15 feet wide and maintained free from accumulation of rubbish,
equipment, or other materials.
A temporary or permanent water supply of volume should be made
available.
Shutdown all equipment before refueling.
Heating devices shall be place where they are not likely overturn.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Workers shall wear safety glasses at all times while handling coal tar.
Workers shall wear long sleeve shirts and gloves while handling coal tar.
Respirators shall be worn if ventilation is not adequate.
MSDS will be located in the office trailer onsite.
Complete a Hot Work Permit for each shift and when conditions change.
Cutting, welding, or other operations that produce excessive heat, open

Equipment Damage

Fire

Coal Tar Application

Eye injury

Inhalation

absorption
Hot Work

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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Equipment to be used

Crane

Excavator or back hoe

Oxygen & acetylene

Hand & Power tools

Slings & Shackles

Inspection Requirements

Daily inspections

Per manufactures specs.

Prior to start-up

Roofing

Slips, Trips, Falls

Control Measures
sparks, or flames shall not be permitted within 50 feet of a potential liquid
fuel source.

The area shall be monitored with a combustible gas meter to ensure <10%
LEL. Work will not be permitted in atmospheres >10% LEL.

The worker shall be protected from sparks or flame by wearing leather


guards (Tyvek is not protective against heat sources).

Welders shall wear welding goggles or hood.

Compressed gas cylinders shall be secure in an upright position.

Cylinders shall be marked or stenciled to identify the type of gas in the


cylinder.

Oil and oily rags shall be kept away from oxygen equipment.

Cylinder valves shall be closed when work is finished and when cylinders
are empty or moved.

Acetylene regulators shall not be adjusted to permit a discharge >15 psig.

Fuel/oxygen combination used for cutting, welding, or heating shall have


reverse-flow check valves between torch and regulator.
Training Requirements

Qualified Operator

Hot Work Permit

Qualified Rigger

Lock Out/Tag Out

Falls greater than 6

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The employer shall determine if the walking/working surfaces on which its


employees are to work have the strength and structural integrity to support
employees safely
When the roof is slippery from rain, snow, frost or dew, the best precaution
is to wait until the roof surface is dry .
Workers must have proper soled shoes to prevent slips.
Tools, electric cords and other loose items not in use should be removed
from the roof.
Fasten wood cleats or adjustable roof jacks to the roof deck to provide
temporary toe-holds. Remove the cleats or roof jacks as the roofing is
installed.
Ladders shall not be climbed by more than one person at a time.
Portable ladders shall have slip-resistant feet .
Each employee on a walking/working surface with an unprotected side or
edge which is 6 feet or more above a lower level shall be protected from

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Lifting Strains & Sprains

Equipment Operations

Hazardous Energy

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falling by the use of guardrail systems, safety net systems, or personal fall
arrest systems.
Each employee on walking/working surfaces shall be protected from falling
through holes (including skylights) more than 6 feet, by personal fall arrest
systems, covers, or guardrail systems erected around such holes.
Ladders should extend above the eaves by 3 and sit on a firm level base.
Leveling can be attained by digging or by use of adjustable leg levelers.
The distance of the foot of the ladder from the wall supporting it should be
one quarter (1/4) of the height of the wall.
The length of portable stepladders shall not exceed 20 ft
Ladders shall be secured by top, bottom, and intermediate fastenings, as
necessary to hold them rigidly in place and to support the loads that will be
imposed upon them.
No individual employee is permitted to lift any object that weighs over 60
pounds.
Proper lifting techniques shall be used.
Multiple employees or the use of mechanical lifting are for lifting objects
over the 60-pound limit.
Materials shall be inspected for sharp edges prior to being handled, and
avoid pinch point
hazards.
Use qualified and trained operators
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator. No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Maintain a minimum distance of 20 feet between overhead electrical lines

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Hand and Power Tools

Equipment to be Used:

Hand and Power Tools

GFCI

Inspection Requirements:

Daily

Clearing and Grubbing

Personal Injury

and any part of equipment.


Portable electrical tools and equipment will be double-insulted.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces.
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
Identify the location of underground/overhead electrical lines in the work
area, as appropriate.
Power tools shall be tagged and removed from service when not
functioning properly.
Lockout/tagout procedures shall be implemented when employees need to
perform repair or maintenance on electrical equipment where the
unexpected energization, or start-up of stored energy could cause injury.
Extension cords shall not be fastened with staples, hung from nails, or
suspended by bare wire.
Prior to use all tools must be inspected. Any damaged or defective tools
will be tagged and removed from service for repair and/or discarded.
Workers will not handle electrical equipment or wires if their hands are wet
or they are standing on wet surfaces
Electrical cords shall be pulled from the outlet by the plug, not the
electrical cord.
GFCI.s shall be used on all power tools, extension cords, and all equipment
connected to temporary power supplies. Extension cords, power tools, and
lighting equipment shall be inspected before each use, protected from
damage, and kept out of wet areas.

Training Requirements:

Qualified Personal

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Proper Planning
All workers have the right to shut down a job b/c of an unsafe act.
Workers shall wear appropriate field attire (i.e., no tank tops, shorts, opentoe shoes, jewelry).
Locate all electric, gas, water, steam, sewer, and other services lines to be
shut off, capped, or controlled, before excavation to start.
Call Louisiana One Call or appropriate authority to locate underground
utilities.
All workers should be informed of the location of any existing or relocated
utility service.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Slips, Trips, Falls

Pinch Points/Caught between

Trucking Operations

Equipment operators

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No overhead work shall be performed when, as a result of that work, the


possibility of a falling object striking any person exists.
All workers should be aware of their surroundings and aware of
simultaneous operations.
All equipment shall have initial and daily inspections.
Workers shall not stand behind or gather directly behind dump trucks.
Housekeeping in the immediate work area should be addressed on a daily
basis.
Trip hazards shall be identified and marked or removed
Barricade or cover and flag inconspicuous holes to protect against falls
Personnel will use proper footwear for wet and/or muddy conditions.
Personnel shall maintain 3-point contact when mounting or dismounting
mobile equipment
Whenever possible, avoid routing cords, ropes, and hoses across walking
pathways.
Remain alert at all times
Do not place hand in between objects being lifted.
Remain clear of dump trucks while backing up.
Always have a means of escape
Use qualified and trained operators
All dump trucks brought on USACE jobsite shall be inspected upon arrival.
Drivers shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and
equipment into tight or confined spaces.
If a signal person or spotter is not used, operators will walk behind their
vehicle to view the area for possible hazards before backing their vehicle
Text messaging is strictly prohibited while operating motor vehicles.
Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Trucks should not be operated in a manner that will endanger persons or
property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads be exceeded.
Getting off or on any truck while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the truck.
Use qualified and trained operators
Operators shall accept signals only from the designated signalmen.
Moving heavy equipment must have properly functioning back-up alarms.
Spotters on the ground will assist operators in manipulating vehicles and

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Noise

Unstable/inclined Surfaces

Equipment Damage

Fire

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equipment into tight or confined spaces.


Operators shall maintain a constant awareness of personnel and equipment
in the work areas.
Machinery or equipment shall not run unattended unless secured by the
operator.
No equipment shall be left running beyond a shift's end.
Machinery or equipment shall not be operated in a manner that will
endanger persons or property nor shall the safe operating speeds or loads
be exceeded.
Getting off or on any equipment while it is in motion is prohibited.
Safety belts shall be used by the operator while equipment is in use.
All mobile equipment and the areas in which they are operated shall be
adequately illuminated.
Ground personnel shall not be allowed to work under suspended loads.
Be aware of pinch points and crushing hazards.
The operator shall not exceed the load capacity rating for the rig.
The load capacity shall be posted and clearly visible on the rig.
Be aware of possible thunderstorm activity, shut down and disperse from
mast area if thunderstorm in near vicinity.
Cranes, derricks, drill rigs, booms or similar equipment shall have a
minimum 10 feet clearance from overhead electrical power lines.
Guy, outriggers, thrust outs, or counter-balances shall be provided to
maintain stability
Review elements of Hearing Conservation Program.
Employees shall be informed of high noise areas where hearing protection
is required and these areas marked.
Conduct noise surveys on activities in question.
Provide hearing protection on site.
Require use of hearing protection when noise levels are at exceed 85 dBA.
Exposure to impulse or impact noise should not exceed 140 dBA peak
sound level.
Use engineering controls (i.e., guards, mufflers, distance) to reduce worker
exposure.
Only go straight up and straight down an incline, with the track drive to the
rear
Never try to cross an incline at an angle
If ground is unsuitable mats may be required.
All wiring or equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by
a competent person.
Shutdown all equipment before fueling.
All mechanized equipment shall have proper fire extinguishing equipment.

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS


Principle Steps

Potential Hazards

Control Measures

Equipment to be used

Hard Hat

Steel Toe Boots

Class II Vest

Excavator

Tri-axle Dump Truck

Inspection Requirements

Daily inspections

Per manufactures specs.

Prior to start-up

All potential sources of ignition should be evaluated.


Roadways between and around combustible storage piles should be at
least 15 feet wide and maintained free from accumulation of rubbish,
equipment, or other materials.

A temporary or permanent water supply of volume should be made


available.

Shutdown all equipment before refueling..

All equipment providing light, heat, or power shall be installed by a


competent person.

Shutdown all equipment before fueling.


Training Requirements

Qualified Operator

CDL

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