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Safety Risk Assessment

Main Contractor:

Description of works:

Sub-Contractor:

Erection, installation and finishing works of


prefabricated porta cabin office units

RA Reference:

NPP0067-CIV-RA-00001_1

Location of works:

MS Reference

NPP0067-CIV- MS-00001_1

RA made by:

Signature:

Date:

December 22nd , 2016

RA reviewed by:

Signature:

Date:

December 22nd , 2016

Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

* Segregation and control of vehicles and pedestrians will be done as per the
procedure/traffic management plan.
* Assure all the work permits are obtained and approved prior to mobilization.
* All personnel prior to entering the site shall receive safety induction and attend
daily tool box meeting.
* Appropriate and adequate PPE must be worn.
* All personnel shall meet the minimum qualifications required for the job.

* Crane travelling over unprepared or uneven


ground.
* Possible damage to ground surface, crane or
property.

* Ground to be assessed at time of site inspection. Ground improvement to be


implemented where needed.
* Operator/Crane Supervisor to inspect on day of operation.

* Collisions.
* Dropped objects.
* Crush/struck by objects.
* Damage of property.

* Maintain the site driving speed.


* Adhere to the traffic management plan.
* Secure loads on trucks with chains.
* Rigger & Banks man shall control movements of trailer/ crane.
* Appropriate and adequate PPE must be worn.
* Use of headlight and beacon lights at site.

* Improper traffic management.

* Follow the traffic management plan.


* Site map of monitoring scheme for movement of vehicles at site.
* Make sure that all drivers are aware of site traffic rules and the traffic
management plan.
Road diversion are properly planned and communicated to all.

* Lack of segregation of people from vehicles.

* Ensure area around the lifting operation is barricaded from unauthorized entry.
* Safety signs posted.
Ensure segregation of pedestrian and vehicles.
* Use barriers between pedestrian & vehicles.
* Demarcation of designated walkways.

* Overloaded vehicles.

* Check the loading capacity of the trucks and ensure that vehicle is not
overloaded.
* Overloaded vehicle will not be allowed to access site.
Maximum 1 cabin is allowed per truck.

Risk factor

People, Equipment,
Reputation

Risk factor

People, Equipment,
Reputation

* Interaction with other vehicles.


* Poor planning.
* Lack of knowledge of site conditions and
regulations.
* Unskilled personnel.

Risk
level

Likelihood

Traffic Management & Use of heavy


Vehicles at site during construction

Hazards

(after controls)
Severity

Mobilisation of light vehicles and


manpower.
Site preparation, access and egress

Who affected

Likelihood

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

(before
controls)

Risk
level

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Traffic Management & Use of heavy


Vehicles at site during construction

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People, Equipment,
Reputation

Risk assessment

Risk
level

* List of drivers and copy of driver's licenses should be provided to Site HSE
manager prior to start the job.
No gate pass will be issued if the driver is not approved by Site HSE Manager.
License will be cross checked with security at the gate.
Insurance certificate for all drivers need to be presented to Site HSE Manager.
* Crane, operator and lifting equipment certification shall be verified prior to start
the job.

* Foundations shall be placed over PCC using crane.


* Ground floor cabins shall be lifted from the trailer with the help of mobile crane
placed on the foundations in sequence as per skid layout.
* The cabins shall be deployed over the foundation blocks as per the approved
foundation layout.
* Rigger & Banks man shall control movements of trailer/ crane.

* Crane positioned incorrectly for required lift.

* Possible damage to crane or property during set up


or de-rig procedure.

* Manufacturers instructions adhered to at all times.

* Crane operation, causing damage to property or


injury to personnel.

* Only trained, certified and competent personnel to operate and assist with
rigging. No one but lift associated personnel within crane set up area.
* Ensure area around the lifting operation/activity is barricaded from unauthorized
entry and signs posted.
Ensure operator is aware of the existing facilities.
Conduct an assessment of the lifting radius of the crane and ensure safe work
zone.

People, Equipment,
Reputation

Risk factor

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Risk
level

* Unauthorized drivers, vehicles and or equipment.

Crane Positioning
Set up Procedure
De-rig Procedure
Lifting and positioning the cabins

Severity

Risk factor

Likelihood

Hazards

Severity

Who affected

Risk assessment

(before
controls)

Activities
(check all that apply)

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* Drop of suspended load due to failure of lifting


equipment during operation.

* Daily inspection of the lifting equipment and crane by qualified, competent and
authorized person.
* Cranes fully maintained with full service and testing history.
Rigger must ensure that the load is secured and when placed on the ground it
will not slip or move when tension is released.
Ensure the crane and all lifting equipment are certified by 3rd party.

* Ground collapse beneath outriggers causing


possible overturning.

* Make sure the crane is positioned on solid level ground and the outriggers and
spreader plates are fully deployed.

Lack of supervision.

* Lift supervisor shall be available to inspect the lifting shackles, slings, webbing
slings, hub lot, etc.
* Lifting assessment shall be made prior to lifting operation as per the applicable
specifications.

* Adverse Weather Conditions.

* Weather reports obtained before and during lifting operations.


* Crane operator to monitor wind speed equipment.
* Suspension of lifting operation until risk subsides.

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Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

People, Equipment

* Manual Handling: Lifting too heavy loads, poor


posture during lifting, difficult loads to carry, dropping
loads, muscular sprains, back injuries, hernia, cuts,
cramps.

* Use of Hand Tools: Cuts, dropped objects, struck


by objects.

* Falling from heights.

Housekeeping

Special consideration in summer

People

People

* Slip, trip & fall Hazards.

Environmental temperatures (hot and humid)

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Risk factor

Floor levelling and finishes


Ceiling works
Windows & Doors fixing
Roof works
Plumbing, drainage and sanitary fittings

Likelihood

* Use of power tools: Electrical shock, flying objects,


contact with drill bits, trip hazards from trailing
cables, eye hazards from flying particles, Hand-Arm
vibration, dust generation and noise.

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Severity

Hazards

Risk factor

Who affected

Likelihood

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

(before
controls)

Risk
level

* Conduct Toolbox Talks prior to start any work.


* Select double insulated tools.
* Tools should be inspected prior to use.
* Tools should not be overloaded.
* Use the right tool for the job.
* Wear suitable PPE.
* Disconnect power plug when not in use.
* Keep the handle dried of oil & grease.
* Handle tools with care, ensure tools are switched off before connecting to power
supply.
* Do not carry tools that are connected to power.
* keep other people away from working area.
* Guards are to be fitted and eye protection to be worn.
* Use dust mask.
* Insert anti vibration rubber on equipment where applicable.
* Reduce time of exposure to vibration.

* Avoid manual handling so far as reasonably practicable.


* Use mechanical handling aids.
* Use correct method of lifting.
* Include the topic in daily toolbox talks.
* Train workers on basic manual handling techniques.

* Conduct Toolbox Talks prior to start any work.


* Workers to be trained for the use of hand tools.
* Use the right tool for the job.
* Wear suitable PPE.

* Conduct Toolbox Talks prior to start any work.


* Provide full body fall arrest system (harness).
* Provide training for working at height.
* Work at height permit should be mandatory.
* Ensure lifeline with anchor points on both sides of the container are fixed.
* Reduce the work at top of the container to minimum.
* Do not use ladder at working platform.

* Perform and maintain good housekeeping at site and inside the cabins.
* Handle waste disposal properly as per the legal procedure.
* Check and clear the work area around (tools, clamps, barricades and other
materials)
* Keep area clean and tidy,

* Conduct Toolbox Talks prior to start any work.


* All people to attend heat stress training (identify symptoms, urine test, safe work
practices, emergency procedures).
* Ensure regular check to heat/humidity index and adjust work/rest cycle.
* Provide accessible cool drinkable water to all personnel.
* Encourage workers to drink a cup of water (200 ml) every 10-15 minutes subject
to heat/humidity index.
* Job rotation to reduce long exposure to sun.
* No lone working is allowed.
* Provide cool rest shades and provide workers with rest breaks.

Risk
level

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Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Likelihood

Risk factor method


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2
3

Severity
2 3 4 5
4 6 8 10
6 9 12 15

Risk level
Low
Medium

8 12 16 20

High

5 10 15 20 25

Likelihood

1 - No potential for injury, illness, or incident.


2 - Potential for minor injury, illness, or incident.
3 - Potential for a recordable injury, illness, or incident.

1 - Very Unlikely
2 - Unlikely
3 - Likely

4 - Potential for major incident, or major injury or illness causing short term disability.

4 - Very Likely

5 - Potential for major incident, or major injury or illness causing a fatality or long term disability.

5 - Certain

Risk factor

Risk
level

Likelihood

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Severity

Hazards

Risk factor

Who affected

Likelihood

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

(before
controls)

Risk
level

Notes

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