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04 Slips trips and falls Operatives can injure themselves if
they trip over of-cuts left lying around 2 X C =
Medium Operatives to be told to keep work clear
Supervisor to ensure that work area is kept clean and tidy 2 X B = Low
05

Flying objects or sand particles


Sand particles may fly off and hurt workers around the work area in the
eye
Exposure to silica dust from sand 3 x B =
Medium Operatives to be aware of risk of flying objects/debris

Need for eye protective PPE


Dust mask to be worn before commencement of work 2 X B = Low Supervisor /
Foreman
06 High/ Low Ambient Temperature Heat stroke, burns, dehydration 3 X C
=
Medium Observe the water parade every 10min
Job rotation to be observed
All workers must have their water bottle 2 X B = Low Supervisor / Foreman
07 Working dust/Breathing problems Workers or site personnel may
suffer from breathing problems & breathlessness due to working Dust filled hot
environment. 2 X C =
Medium Damping should be done help stop dust production
Dust masks should be provided to the workers.
Job rotation to be observed 2 X B = Low Supervisor / Foreman
08 House keeping Heat Stress 2 x B =
Medium Conform with the Companys and QPs Heat Stress Management
program 2 x A = Low Supervisor / Foreman

Job Ref(Project No/Work Order No): Hazardous Area Classification: Zone 0 ,


, Zone 1 , Zone 2 , Non Hazardous
Job Description: Reinforcement works
Permit Type & No :
SL
No Hazard description Potential Hazard Risk Rating Before Mitigation
Control/Mitigation Measures SL
No Action Party/ Remark
01 Manual handling Lifting or manoeuvring steel sections to work area
can cause injuries to upper and lower back to shoulders 2 x B =
Medium Site supervisor to ensure that mechanical lifting aids are
available. Operatives have attended Manual handling course. PPE is supplied.
Site supervisor to ensure that all operatives have attended training courses
on Manual handling
Supervisor to ensure that suitable supports or lifting aids are provided
as well as sufficient
manpower 2 x A =
Low Supervisor / Foreman
02 Falling objects vicinity can suffer serious injuries they are hit by
falling materials or objects 3 x B =
Medium Site supervisor to ensure that non-essential personnel to
be kept away. No-one to be allowed to work underneath work are
Supervisor to ensure that suitable supports or lifting aids are provided
as well as sufficient
Manpower to avoid falling of materials
Operatives to keep work area as
clear as possible 3 x A =
Low Supervisor / Foreman

03

Cuts and abrasions,


pinch injuries
Operatives may suffer cuts or fingers or hands or get them
trapped while using tools or
manoeuvring timbers into position 3 x B =
Medium Site supervisor to ensure that inexperienced operatives are
supervised
Only experienced trained operatives wear suitable gloves where
practicable 3 x A =
Low Supervisor / Foreman
04 Slips trips and falls Operatives can injure themselves if
they trip over of-cuts left lying around 2 X C =
Medium Operatives to be told to keep work clear
Supervisor to ensure that work area is kept clean and tidy 2 X B = Low
05

Flying objects/debris Shards of material may fly off and hurt


workers around the work area 3 x B =
Medium Operatives to be aware of risk of flying objects/debris

Need for eye protective PPE. (safety googles) 2 X B = Low Supervisor /


Foreman
06 Collapse of trench Operatives could be seriously injured if the
trench they are working 3 X C =
Medium Operatives to be aware of risk of trench collapse. No-one to be
allowed in trench unless it is battered or supported
site supervisor to assess the supports needed before any entry 2 X B
= Low Supervisor / Foreman