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LOLER Risk Assessment Matrix

INCREASING LIKELIHOOD
Reputation

Environment

Assets

People

Severity

CONSEQUENCES

No health
effect/injury

No damage

No effect

No impact

Slight health
effect/injury

Slight
damage

Slight effect

Slight impact

Minor health
effect/injury

Minor
damage

Minor effect

Limited
impact

Major health
effect/injury

Localised
damage

Localised
effect

Considerable
impact

PTD* or 1 to 3
fatalities

Major
damage

Major effect

National
impact

Multiple
fatalities

Extensive
damage

Massive
effect

International
impact

A
Never heard
of in.
industry

Heard of in.
industry

Incident has
occurred in
our Company

Happens
several times
per year in our
Company

E
Happens
several times
a year in a
location

*Permanent Total Disability


= Low Risk/ Proceed

EMD-PF-004-002-B2 (10/05/11)

= Medium Risk/ Do not proceed,


Contact Onshore Support

High Risk/ Do not proceed,


Contact Onshore Support

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LOCATION

Setup of crane

Contact with personnel

Severe injury to
personnel

4P

4M

The Use Of Lifting


Equipment

Lifting Equipment Failure

Damage to equipment

3P

Damage to the
installation structure

3A

Signs and barriers to be erected and P.A.


announcements to be made prior to work
commencing to keep personnel not involved with
the operation out of the area.

Risk LevelResidual

3P

3L

3P

3L

3P

3L

3L

The use of inspected and certified lifting


equipment that has been deemed fit for purpose.

Injury to personnel

Control measures and/or recovery


measures

RESIDUAL RISK

Likelihood

Who or What might


be harmed

CONTROLS

Hazard

Hazard description and


effect

Risk Rating

Description of task step

INITIAL RISK

Hazard

HAZARD

Step
No:

RS-DS4-0041

Assist to rescue injured from upper to the ground

Likelihood

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION:

RISK ASSESSMENT No:

3M

Pre-use inspection checks to be carried out.


Only competent personnel to operate the lifting
equipment.
Select suitable and certified lifting equipment
and accessories to attach to the load.

The Use Of Lifting


Equipment

Improper Slinging/Lifting
Practices

Injury to personnel
Damage to equipment

3P

3M

Industry recognised best practice sling


techniques to be used.
Competent personnel and all other personnel to
follow Lifting Plan requirements and procedures.

The Use Of Lifting


Equipment

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Dropped Objects

Injury to personnel

3P

Damage to Asset

3A

3M

All loose items of equipment and accessories


are to be removed from the work site and stored
in a secure fashion when not in use
Competent riggers to follow the Lifting Plan
Requirements and procedures.

3P
3A

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Injury to personnel

Overloading of structural
steel

Damage to equipment
Damage to structure

3P
3A

3M

Lifting specialist to identify any uncertified lifting


points that require to be used.

3P

3M

Ensure any single piece of rigging equipment is


capable of taking the whole weight of the load

3P

The use of Lifting


Equipment

Over loading rigging


equipment when cross
hauling

Injury to personnel

3P

Damage to Asset

3A

Worksite Environment

Slips, Trips & Falls

Injury to personnel

2P

2M

Worksite Environment

Trapped Fingers

Injury to personnel

2P

2M

Worksite Environment

Site goes to muster During


Lifting Operation

Risk LevelResidual

Failure Of Lifting Points

Control measures and/or recovery


measures

RESIDUAL RISK

Likelihood

Who or What might


be harmed

CONTROLS

Hazard

The Use Of Lifting


Equipment

Hazard description and


effect

Risk Rating

Description of task step

Likelihood

Step
No:

INITIAL RISK

Hazard

HAZARD

3L

3L

2P

2L

2P

2L

3P

3L

3P

3L

3A

3L

3A

3A

Keep the work site clean and tidy


Personnel to be aware of all pinch points and to
use pause and check
PPE to be worn at all times.

Injury to Personnel
Damage to Equipment

3P

3M

Damage to Plant

Hands are to be kept clear of any trapping or


pinch points
Make the load safe by lowering the lift to a solid
deck or plinth. Leave rigging equipment
connected to the load. Secure gypsy chains off
any walkways and leave barriers in place.
Route to be walked prior to work taking place
and hazards highlighted to work party.

10

Worksite Environment

Moving around work site

Injury to personnel

3P

3M

Take into account uneven walkways, steps,


doorways, narrow walkways and adjacent
pipework
Ensure that 2 tag lines are attached to the load
and a controlled lift is carried out.

11

Lifting injured from the


upper to the ground

Clashing with obstacles

Damage to equipment

4A

4M

Keep load at a safe distance from any live


equipment.
Ensure all ligaments good connectivity and free
of defects

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Control measures and/or recovery


measures

ASSESSOR NAME (Print):

OVERALL RISK:

ASSESSOR NAME (Sign):

COMPLETION DATE:

EMD-PF-004-002-B2 (10/05/11)

Risk LevelResidual

RESIDUAL RISK

Likelihood

Who or What might


be harmed

CONTROLS

Hazard

Hazard description and


effect

Risk Rating

Description of task step

Likelihood

Step
No:

INITIAL RISK

Hazard

HAZARD

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