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SKHL Occupational Safety

SKHL Occupational Safety

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form

Doc No: 00002-00-PI-JSA-0003

SECTION A : JOB DESCRIPTION : PERFORM HOTWORK ACTIVITY (Welding, Grinding and Oxy- Cutting)

 

DATE:

No

BASIC JOB STEPS

No

POTENTIAL HAZARDS

No

CONTROLS & SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1

Preparation PTW

1.1

Failure to implement may cause miscommunication and will cause

1.1.1

  • - Clearly inform in the permit to work the job scope and location to be perform.

damage to equipment and personnel.

1.1.2

  • - Competent personnel conduct the operation.

1.1.3

  • - To be double confirm the activity with operation.

1.2

Without PTW approval

1.2.1

  • - PTW and JSA shall be approved prior to start work.

2

Perform toolbox meeting

2.1

Miscommunication between Operation, project member.

2.1.1

  • - Confirm with operation which the card fault to be clear

2.1.2

  • - To be double confirm the activity with operation

2.2

Hazard no communicated

2.2.1

  • - To highlight the hazards as per JSA

3

Prepare all tools and equipment

3.1

Pinch Point

3.1.1

  • - Always use cotton hand glove

required

3.2

Sharp tools

3.2.1

  • - Always use cotton hand Glove

3.2.2

  • - Correct hand placement

4

Install barriers prior to welding

4.1

Trip, slip and falls

4.1.1

  • - Identify slippery area.

4.1.2

  • - Aware the object on the floor that may cause slip and trip.

4.2

Working at heights

4.2.1

  • - Wear body harness and 100% tie-off

4.3

Sharp edges

4.3.1

  • - Wrap the sharp edge.

4.3.2

  • - Identify the sharp edge and proper hand placement

4.4

Loss of balance,

4.4.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

Fear of height

4.4.2

  • - Signage on hot work area.

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Prepare hose and cables connection

5.1

Electrocution

5.1.1

  • - Perform by competent person

(Welding hose & oxy-cut hose)

5.1.2

  • - Switch off the equipment (welding machine / air compressor)

5.2

Pinch point

5.2.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

5.2.2

  • - Proper hand placement

5.2.3

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

5.3

Loose hose

5.3.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

5.3.2

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

5.3.3

  • - Visual inspection to the hose

5.3.4

  • - Performs leak test prior to oxy cut activity

6

Prepare electrode/cutting disc

6.1

Sharp tools / edges

6.1.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

activities

6.1.2

  • - Proper hand placement

6.1.3

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

6.2

Pinch point

6.2.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

6.2.2

  • - Proper hand placement

6.2.3

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

6.3

Electrocution

6.3.1

  • - Perform by competent person

6.3.2

  • - Switch off the equipment (welding machine / air compressor)

7

Perform welding job

7.1

Inhaling toxic Fumes

7.1.1

  • - Wear respiratory protection

7.1.2

  • - Work area is fully ventilated

7.2

Hot surface

7.2.1

  • - Do not stand near to hot surface

7.2.2

  • - Standby fire extinguisher

7.2.3

  • - Proper hand placement

7.2.4

  • - Wear welder hand glove

7.2.5

  • - Barricade the area and warning signage in place

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7.3

Fire or sparks

7.3.1

  • - Welding conducted inside pressurize habitat (if necessary)

7.3.2

  • - Proper enclosure

7.3.3

  • - Gas test must conducted prior to welding activity

7.3.4

  • - Periodic gas test conducted as per PTW requirements.

7.3.5

  • - Running water available

7.4.6

  • - Job performs by competent person only.

7.4.7

  • - Use approved equipment welding set as per BASF requirements.

7.4

Welding arcs

7.4.1

  • - Wear welding shield

7.4.2

  • - Limit exposure time (rest at appropriate time)

7.5

Moving parts

7.5.1

  • - Do not stand near moving parts / equipment’s.

7.5.2

  • - Full supervision by team leader.

7.5.3

  • - Wear proper PPE

7.5.4

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

7.5.5

  • - Barricade the area and warning signage in place

7.6

Pinch point

7.6.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

7.6.2

  • - Proper hand placement

7.6.3

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

8

Perform cutting using oxy-cut.

8.1

Combustible gas (acetylene) leak

8.1.1

  • - Perform pre-inspection to all required equipment.

8.1.2

  • - Performs leak test prior to oxy cut activity.

8.1.3

  • - Ensure hose in good condition

8.1.4

  • - Job perform by competent personnel

8.2

Hot surface

8.2.1

  • - Running water standby

8.2.2

  • - Proper hand placement

8.2.3

  • - Wear welder hand glove

8.3

Fire or sparks

8.3.1

  • - Welding conducted inside pressurize habitat (if necessary)

8.3.2

  • - Proper enclosure

8.3.3

  • - Gas test must conducted prior to welding activity

8.3.4

  • - Periodic gas test conducted as per PTW requirements.

8.3.5

  • - Running water available

8.3.6

  • - Job performs by competent person only.

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  • 8.4 Moving parts

8.4.1

  • - Do not stand near moving parts / equipment’s.

8.4.2

  • - Full supervision by team leader.

8.4.3

  • - Wear proper PPE (hand glove)

8.4.4

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

8.4.5

  • - Barricade the area and warning signage in place

 
  • 8.5 Arcs light

8.5.1

  • - Wear welding shield

8.5.2

  • - Limit exposure time (rest at appropriate time)

 
  • 8.6 Flying particles

8.6.1

  • - Proper enclosure

8.6.2

  • - Perform by competent person

8.6.3

  • - Wear face shield

8.6.4

  • - Barricade the area and warning signage in place

9

Perform cutting & grinding activities

 
  • 9.1 Fire or sparks

9.1.1

  • - Welding conducted inside pressurize habitat (if necessary)

9.1.2

  • - Proper enclosure

9.1.3

  • - Gas test must conducted prior to welding activity

9.1.4

  • - Periodic gas test conducted as per PTW requirements.

9.1.5

  • - Running water available

  • - Job performs by competent person only.

 
  • 9.2 Moving parts

9.2.1

  • - Do not stand near moving parts / equipment’s.

9.2.2

  • - Full supervision by team leader.

9.2.3

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

9.2.4

  • - Barricade the area and warning signage in place

 
  • 9.3 Flying particles

9.3.1

  • - Proper enclosure

9.3.2

  • - Perform by competent person

9.3.3

  • - Wear face shield

9.3.4

  • - Barricade the area and warning signage in place

10

Stop welding/cutting/grinding work

10.1

Touching Hot Surfaces

10.1.1

  • - Wear proper PPE

  • - Wear appropriate hand glove

10.2

Air Leakage, Hose Connection Dislodge

10.2.1

  • - Wear proper PPE include safety glasses, hand gloves and ear protection.

  • - Wear mask

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11

Housekeeping

11.1

Pinch point

11.1.1

  • - Always use cotton hand glove

11.2

Falling object

11.2.1

  • - Don’t stand under suspended load

11.3

Slippery floor

11.3.1

  • - Always use safety shoes

12

Inform to the operation personnel and

12.1

Failure to implement may cause

12.1.1

  • - Inform to operation and hand over PTW for sign-

  • - Revisit the working area to ensure that all

closed the PTW prior to work completion.

miscommunication and will cause damaged to equipment and personnel

12.1.2

off.

equipment, devices, systems and work area is back to normal and tidy.

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SECTION B: SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR THE JOB

 

Item

Yes

No

   

Item

Yes

No

   

Item

Yes

No

   

Item

Yes

No

Safety Helmet

     

Glove type:

     

Warning Signage

     

Barricade

 

Safety Glasses

     

Protective Suit type:

 

   

Fire Extinguisher type:

 

   

LEL Detector

 

Safety Shoes

     

Rain Boot / Plastic Boot

 

   

Ladder

     

Continuous CO Monitor

 

Face shield

 

   

Safety Harness

     

Work Vest

     

Trefoil Symbol

 

Mono goggle

 

   

Ear Muff / Ear Plug

     

Rain Coat

 

   

Lock-Out/Tag-Out

 

Dust mask (N95)

 

                             

JSA Leader

: ____________________

   

1)

4)

7)

JSA Approver: ____________________

JSA Members

2)

5)

8)

3)

6)

9)

Note: All JSA must be signed by the Team Members, JSA Team Leader and Approved by JSA Approver.

SECTION C: Requirement for CONFINED SPACE Activity

 

1

Name of the equipment / vessel to be worked in

 

2

Maximum personnel allowed to be in the confined space

   

3

Associated hazards and mitigations

 

4

Entry Points

 

5

Means of ventilation

 

6

Atmospheric monitoring requirement (frequency)

   

7

Emergency Response additional requirements

 
 

SECTION D: Requirement for ELECTRICAL HAZARD identification

 
 

Types of electrical hazard

Yes/No?

 

Control measures

1

Live underground cable

   

2

Live exposed terminals

   

3

Live control voltage (110V DC/230V AC)

   

4

Residual charge

   

5

Others:

   

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