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Bantaeng, 16 Juni 2010


Approve By, Submitted By,
Consultant Contactor

Ir. Suryawan Pradipta Ir. Agoes A.N. Ressang


Site Supervision Engineer General Superintendent
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Brief Project Description


2 Overview
3 Introduction
4 Traffic Equipment
5 Employment data item
6 Dafter Legislation
7 Organizational Structure Contractors
8 Consultant Organization Structure
9 Organizational Structure Unit K3
10 Organization Field
11 Communication & Consultation
12 Site Facilities
13 Hazard identification, risk assessment, and Control Risk (HIRAC) Plan
14 Plan Performance Monitoring & Measurement Safety & Healt Work
15 Flow Chart of Emergency Condition
16 Flow Chart Handling Of Emergency Conditions
17 List of Work with High Risk Level / Dangerous
18 Material and Equipment Description
19 Traffic Sign ( Wooden )
20 Traffic Sign ( Aluminium )
21 Traffic Management Where the Construction Take One Lane/Half Road
22 Traffic Management Where the Construction Will permanent Access
( to make lane two temporary access )
23 Traffic Management Where the Construction Earth Works ( Wedening )
24 Traffic Management Where the Construction Stone Masonry
25 First Aid
26 Slogan Safety & Healt Works
27 Training / Counseling
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INTRODUCTION

In order to meet the needs of communities in the district will Bantaeng smooth service for road users to the Regency
Makassar trans Bantaeng, then Bantaeng Bulukumba Road Construction is needed to facilitate traffic flow Trans South
Sulawesi
Where is the improvement of services for the community to the needs of the smooth road is necessary because it is
very influential on the regional economy so that the drivers of the region in supporting integrated development
accelerated in all sectors will be realized.
Location of work lies in the segment Bantaeng City to the border town with a long effective Bulukumba is 26.9 KM
In connection with the hope of improving public services, the District Government through the Department Kimpraswil
Bantaeng realize that the road project activities will lead to positive impacts will also have negative impacts on the
environment.
Given that fact, where environmental impacts will be incurred as a result of road construction Bantaeng - Bulukumba
ESS - 02 and the supporting facilities in one region, according to Law N0. 32 of 2009 on EA and the Environment
Decree No. In 2001 about 17 types of business / activities completed mandatory EIA, the contract to comment against
the component-affected environments to be more efficient and environmentally friendly, which is technically the the
contractor will implement LM K3 program the Project Construction is Obligated to Provide the environmental
management and monitoring plan.
PURPOSE
To ensure the project in its implementation always apply safety management systems, occupational health,
environmental and quality in accordance with company policy in the matter Safety, Health Management.
SCOPE
The scope of implementation of safety management systems, occupational Safety & Healt Management, in the project
include all the requirements requested in the standard OHSAS 18001:1999, ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2000 for
the project implementation process from start to finish.
APPLICATION SCOPE
Plan Safety & Healt Management scope of this project is intended to Bantaeng Bulukumba Road Project ESS - 02, in
order to:
- Ensure work is done according to cost, quality and time specified
- Protecting workers and others in the workplace
- Ensure that all production resources can be used safely and efficiently
- Ensuring the production process running in a secure
- Employing local people in project

In general can be defined goal in the project implementation Safety & Healt Management is no occurrence of
occupational accidents (zero accident), the quality of accurate, precise time and cost efficient.
Program Safety and Health, Environment and Quality of the Project include:
- Environmental conditions complete with site planning.
- Safety & Healt Management organizational structure.
- The main points Safety & Healt Management attention.
- Planning the construction method
- Implementation of inspection and test
- Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control
- Identify the conditions and tools that can lead to potential danger
- Types of accidents and illness due to work
- List of relevant government institutions
- Handling of waste material and the impact on the environment

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Environment and Planning Conditions Site


Site Planning:
- Setting the way mobility materials, labor, and equipment
- Location of storage materials / material
- Location of equipment before starting work
- Location fabrication
- Board of Directors Keet
- Barak working
- Location of waste handling
Unit Organizational Structure K3LM:
- Head of Unit Safety & Healt Managem General Superintendent
- Secretary Safety Officer / Accident Preventive Officer
- Executing Safety & Healt Managemen The Executor
- Treasurer Personnel & Finance
- Members Engineering & Adm.Kontrak
Personnel & Finance
Logistics & Equipment
Surveyor
Security Unit
The Sub Contractor
The foreman

The main points Safety & Healt Management Attention:


Occupational accidents resulting from the use of:
- Equipment / Machinery
- Phase / method of implementation
Illness due to work:
- The sound and light the use of smoke
- Use of hazardous chemicals and fire/head
Exposure to environmental conditions
- First Aid at the accidents (P3K)
- Rescue efforts keepj senitory.
Identification of risk and accident prevention:
- Fall : - Using a seat belt
- Installation of safety nets
- Use the correct scafolding
- Installation of security fencing
- Installation of road signs / marks
- The Fall : The use of helmets
- Installation of safety nets
- Installation of road signs / marks
- Injury : Use gloves, shoes
- Sick eyes : Use sunglasses

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Accident Prevention & Control:


- Installation poster / call about Safety & Healt Management
- Use proper safety equipment (helmet, goggles, gloves, shoes, etc..).
- Providing guidance signs and restrictions
- Installation of a security fence between the floor & stairs.
- Briffing every morning to the foreman and the telibat Sub.
- Maintain conditions to keep working the way suitable to be used.
- Placement of material / sensitive materials / dangerous.
- Use appropriate tools and manual functions.
- Need to get attention to the tools that come with noise, dust, fire/heat smoke and other residues.
- Provision of fire extinguishers
- Placement Security.
- Cooperation with the clinic or the nearest hospital
Health Maintenance:
- Provision of clean water
- Creation of adequate toilet facilities
- Provision of trash and waste out of the location
- Provision of medicines
- Cooperation with the clinic or the nearest hospital
Agencies related to occupational health and safety:
- Depnakertrans
- Police
- Government
- Community Health Center / Doctor
ASTEK
List of phone that must be contacted in case of accidents:
Agency:
- Fire Department: : 41322724
- Police: : 041322562
- Hospital : 041321786
SPECIAL HANDLING
Special handling of K3 program include:
1 Hazardous materials to workers and the environment
2 Special equipment
3 Skilled labor
4 Dangerous jobs
1. Hazardous Materials
List of materials that require special handling:
1 Cement: grouting, floorhardener
2 Concrete additives, Waterproofing, bonding agent
3 Cat
4 Welding gases
5 Anti Termite
6 Diesel fuel, oil, gasoline, oil bekisting
7 B3 waste

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Each ingredient required special handling and storage along with the MSDS.
2. Special equipment
List of equipment that require special handling:
1 Generator sets
2 Bulldozer
3 Scaffolding
4 Beton Molen
5 AMP
6 Stone Crusher
7 Tire Roller
8 Asphalt Finisher
9 Asphalt Sprayer
10 Tandem Roller
11 Excavator
12 Wheel Loaders
13 Water tank mobile
14 Dump Truck
15 Vibro Roller etc.
3. Expert Labor
Workers should have the expertise setifikat:
1 Welder
2 Plumbing builders
3 Scaffolder
4 Generator operator
5 Heavy equipment operator
4. Dangerous Jobs
Jobs that are considered dangerous to use a particular processing method,
using a special tool, APD and follow the existing IK, among others:
1 Demolotion of structures
2 Welding
3 Operation of heavy equipment
4 Working at height (pairs of bricks, scaffolding, iron, etc.)
5 Use of Concrete Molen
6 Fuel use
7 The use of hazardous chemicals
8 Demolition of form work
9 Waterproofing
10 Painting
11 Floorhardener
12 Operation stamper
13 Placing precast concrete of bridge
Some risk of environmental impact
1 Road user comfort : - Clearing the way to the exit area of the project
- Install signs
2 Soil contamination : - Minimize solid and liquid waste
- Procedures for handling spills
- Management of solid waste management
- Provision of garbage and the separation of garbage
3 Air Pollution : - Measuring vehicle emissions and ambient air
- Provision of road signs workplace smoking bans and the creation of location
specific locations for smoking.

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4 Structural damage : - Use of steel plate in the path of heavy equipment traffic
5 Fire : - Placing fire as absolute ingredients MSDS
- Protect and accommodate the existing spill
6 Noise : - Measuring the noise sources of moving and not moving
7 Environmental cleanliness : - Putting the power according to the amount of garbage cleaning
- Management of waste management
8 Leisure communities : - Watering the dusty road to avoid
- Installation of signs
9 Water Pollution : - Measuring the condition of liquid waste
- Handling spills and provide special bins for
B3 wastewater
- Minimize water consumption and savings put up signs
water use
- Making waste water distributor channel
10 Damage to the ozone layer : -Changing equipment containing ozone destroying substances with other
devices that do not damage the ozone.
11 Reduced energy : - Saving electricity and water consumption
Install signs on saving electricity and water consumption
12 Decrease in ground water : - Groundwater pumping by the pump type and specific methods.
Prevention of Pollution (Pollution Prevention)
1 Source Reduction, reduction in the material using which may cause waste.
2 Recycling / reuse, re-use waste materials that can be recycled.
3 Treatment, processing of hazardous wastes and toxic (B3) to be broken down into harmless waste through
chemical processes, biological and physical processes.
4 The last disposal, is a final step if the waste can not be processed by recycling and waste treatment with these in
ways that secure as landfilling or land forming.
5 Clean Technology, using environmentally friendly technology so little waste generated.
TRAFFIC EQUIPMENT

No Traffic Equipment Quantity Status

1 Flasher's Lights 8 Available


2 Traffic Barrier (Concrete Type) 4 Available
3 Traffic Barrier (Plastic Type) 8 Available
4 Detachable Pedestrian Barrier 4 Available
5 Traffic Signboard (including post & concrete footing) 8 Available
6 Rope lights including accessories 20 Available
7 Pavement Ridgeline (150 mm wide, solid yellow line) 20 Available
8 Warning Sign 8 Available
9 Radio Communication (Purchase) 10 Available
10 Tools 1 Available

Personil In Charge

No Position Name Number

1 Safety Coordinator Siswanto 1 Prs


2 Safety Staff Alwi Silla 2 Prs
Budi Riyanto
3 Flagman Napitupulu 7 Prs
Abd Rasyid
Syamsul
Nasir
Edi
Takdir
P. Asso'

Safety Coordinator Duties :

- Reqularly inspection to the work site about the condition and evectiveness of traffic control device.
- To investigate any accident along the road of the project
- Coordinate the maintenance of the traffic operation
- To Carry out regular meeting with the Engineer
- Hold regular meeting with his team member
- Manage any traffic jam caused by road work operation
- Review the appropriate traffic control devices need
- Ensure the traffic management plan is implemented at the site

Safety Staff duties :

- Daily safety patrol along the of the project


- To put any traffic equipment at the appropriate location
- Coordinate with flagmen to control traffic flow
- To contract safety coordinator as soon as possible if there is traffic problem that uncontrolled
- Take participatein regular meeting with safety coordinator
- To list any and the need of traffic equipment at the site

Flagmen duties :

- To give appropriate direction for the road user


- To fix any damaging traffic control devices at the site
- To clean up any debris or material as soon as posible
- To give protection for any existing hazard such big potholes and etc
- Remove any traffic control devices that no longer use
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PROJECT BRIEF DESCRIPTION

1 Project Name : Eastern Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (EINRIP)

2 Package : ESS-02, Section Bantaeng - Bulukumba Km Mks. 22 +000 - 48 +900

South Sulawesi Province

3 Project Owner : Government of the Republic of Indonesia Ministry of Settlements and

Regional Infrastructure Directorate General of Bina Marga

4 Funding Sources : Australia-Indonesia Partnership Loan Portion 89%, 11% portion of state budget

5 Total Contract Value : Total Contract Value: Rp. 124,600,071,850, - (Includding VAT 10%)

6 Fiscal Year : TA. 2009 - 2011

7 Implementing Contractor : PT. Waskita Karya - PT. Brantas Abipraya, JO

8 Contract Number : 01-54/ESS-02/NR/A/L002/0509 dd. 19 MEI 2009

9 Execution time : 730 (seven hundred and thirty) calendar days

10 Maintenance period : 360 (three hundred and sixty) calendar days

11 Planning Consultant : URS Australia Pty Ltd. In Association (ARRB Group Ltd, The louis

Berger Group. Inc., PT. Perentjana Djaja, PT. Dacrea Mitrayasa)

12 Construction Management : Regional Supervision Consultant


Consultants
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Overview

National road improvement projects of East Indonesia (ENRIP) AIP LOAN NO:
AIPRD-L002 "BANTAENG - BULUKUMBA" is the Australia-Indonesia cooperation.
The project is located between BANTAENG and BULUKUMBA, South Sulawesi
Province - Indonesia. Total length of road maintenance for this project has a
functional length of about 26.875 Km. Bulukumba Bantaeng road project is one of
the main connecting road between the city of Makassar in the Southern District is
the main area of Makassar to Selayar District.

The main scope of work is the common Excavation, Common Embankment,


Aggregate Base Class A and B, Asphalt Concrete - Wearing Course (AC - WC),
Asphalt Concrete Base (AC - Base), Asphalt Concrete - Binder Course (AC - BC),
Pre cast p Plaster, Concrete Pile, Deformed Reinforcing Steel Bars BJTD40, stone
masonry and Guard Rail.

The main axis road south trans is very important and vital for the smooth
transport for land, this will be a big influence for the smooth progress of the
development of southern Sulawesi region and supplied basic material needs as
well as regional development.

With the construction of this road is expected to progress this area during the
remaining will be parallel with the other district so that the distribution of
development and the results can be as much as possible to reach the target.
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PLANNING

This planning is made with reference to the procedures and adjusted to Safety & Healt Work, Environment work and
environmental conditions that surround Bantaeng Bulukumba Road Project ESS 02
Planning includes:
1 Safety & Healt Management risk assessment, including Hazard Identification Risk Assment Control ( HIRARC )
2 Identification Act and other applicable requirements in accordance with the project activities.
3 Goals, targets and work program Safety & Healt Work, Environment

1. Hazard Identification Risk Assment Control ( HIRARC )

HIRARC goal is to ensure that all potential hazards are identified, assessed
risk and control conducted so as not to endanger the workers so that
production process can proceed smoothly.

a. Hazard Identification
Estimating an activity carried out against something that has the potential
hazards that can cause injury, illness or damage to construction / property
contained in an object or activity

b. Risk Assessment
Scoring process is performed to classify the potential - the potential dangers
into the category of high, medium or low by using parameters or
score.

c. Control Risks
An attempt to minimize or eliminate the harm or pain or damage
of property companies in a process of activities.

2 LEGISLATION

Legislation used to identify the needs of Regulation and Law - Law


and other government regulations relating to safety and health work.

3 GOALS AND PROGRAMS

In the K3 program created in the project objectives and related programs


with a series of program activities Occupational Safety and Health.

CLASSIFICATION / classification of RISK LEVEL

In conducting risk assessment of each activity, the potential hazards & environmental aspects by considering the factors as
follows:
a. The possibility (probability)
b. Severity (severity)

Criteria factors - these factors (probability and severity) defined as follows:

Likelihood (Probability), the value 1 to 3

a. Values 1 = almost never / very unlikely to happen.

b. Value 2 = may occur / rare.

c. Value 3 = almost certainly happen / most likely happened / happens or happens repeatedly.

Severity (Severity), the value 1 to 3

a. Value 1 = minor injury / illness that can be treated with first aid / property damage, material or environmental losses less
than 5 million, not potentially break the rules / pollute the environment.

b. Value 2 = Lost work days / illness can be cured with medical help but did not cause permanent damage / property damage,
material or environmental losses between 5 million to 50 million, has the potential to break the rules / pollute the
environment.

c.
Value 3 = severe wound / injury that can result in permanent disability / illness which can not be cured / Death / violations
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EMPLOYMENT DATA ITEM


Pay
Description Volume Unit Remarks
Item
1 GENERAL
1.2 Mobilization 1.00 LS
1.7 Employer's Share of Dispute Board Cost 1.00 LS
1.8 Traffic Management and Safety 1.00 LS
1.21 Quality Management 1.00 LS

2 DRAINAGE
2.1 Excavation for Drainage Ditches & Waterways 8,807.00 Cu.M
2.3.1 RCP Culvert Inside Diameter ( Nominal 40 cm ) 35-45 cm 1,794.00 Ln.M
2.3.2 RCP Culvert Inside Diameter ( Nominal 60 cm ) 55-65 cm 61.00 Ln.M
2.3.3 RCP Culvert Inside Diameter ( Nominal 80 cm ) 75-85 cm 30.00 Ln.M
2.3.4 RCP Culvert Inside Diameter ( Nominal 100 cm ) 95-105 cm 13.00 Ln.M
2.3.9.2 U Ditch Type DS-2 2,712.00 Ln.M
2.3.9.2a U Ditch Type DS-2a 3,312.00 Ln.M
SS 2.3.9.2c U Ditch, DS-2c 25.00 Ln.M
2.3.10 Concrete Class K-250 for Minor Concret Drainage Structures 190.00 Cu.M
2.3.11 Reinforcing Steel for Minor Concret Drainage Structures 19,924.00 Kg
2.3.12 Blinding Stone 766.00 Cu.M
2.4.1 Porous Drainage or Filter material 1,221.00 Cu.M
2.4.2 Plastic Filter Fabric 1,878.00 sq.m

3 EARTHWORKS
3.1.1 Common Excavation 66,896.00 Cu.M
3.1.3 Structure Excavation, 0 - 2 m depth 1,169.00 Cu.M
3.1.4 Structure Excavation, 2 - 4 m depth 1,988.00 Cu.M
3.2.1 Common Embankment 20,485.00 Cu.M
3.2.2 Selected Embankment 1,654.00 Cu.M
3.3 Grade Preparation 222,580.00 sq.m
3.4.4 Selected Tree Removal, Diameter 15-30 cm 640.00 Each

4 DIVISION 4. PAVEMENT WIDENING AND SHOULDERS


4.2.1 Agregat Base Class A 20,801.00 Cu.M
4.2.2 Agregat Base Class B 14,605.00 Cu.M
4.2.7 Prime Coat 49,458.00 Litre

5 GRANULAR PAVEMENT
5.1.1 Aggregate Base Class A 31,765.00 Cu.M
5.1.2 Aggregate Base Class B 11,419.00 Cu.M

6 ASPHALT PAVEMENT
6.1.1 Prime Coat 134,999.00 Litre
6.1.2 Tack Coat 66,250.00 Litre
6.3.5a Asphaltic Concrete - Wearing Course 5 cm (AC-WC) (fine/coarse) 182,788.00 sq.m
6.3.6a Asphaltic Concrete Binder Course (AC-BC) (fine/coarse) 11,107.00 Cu.M
6.3.6c Asphaltic Concrete Binder Course Leveling (AC-BC(L)) (fine/coarse) 1,792.00 Ton
6.3.7a Asphaltic Concrete - Base Course (AC-Base) (fine/coarse) 12,706.00 Cu.M
6.6.1 Penetration Mcadam - Surface Course 2,910.00 Cu.M

7 STRUCTURE
7.1.3 Structural Concrete Class K350 2,531.00 Cu.M
7.1.4 Structural Concrete Class K300 377.00 Cu.M
7.1.5 Structural Concrete Class K250 122.00 Cu.M
7.1.8 Concrete Class K125 309.00 Cu.M
7.2.13c Precast Plank Span 12.5 m 20.00 Each
7.2.13e Precast Plank Span 17 m 50.00 Each
7.3.1 Reinforcing Steel Plain BJPT24 26,411.00 Kg
7.3.4 Reinforcing Steel Deformed BJTD40 308,936.00 Kg
7.6.1 Grouping of Mini Timber Piles (Cerucuk), Furnished and Driven 3,156.00 Ln.M
7.6.10e Precast Prestressed Concrete Pile 60 cm diameter, Furnised 600.00 Ln.M
7.6.17a Precast Concret Pile 60 x 60 cm square, or Diameter 60 cm Driven 550.00 Ln.M
7.6.18 Cast in Place Concrete Pile . Dia. 60 cm 340.00 Ln. M
7.6.28 Dynamic Load Test (DLT) for Diameter Pile of up to 600 mm 12.00 Each
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7.8 Cement Mortar 5.00 Cu.M


7.9 Stone Masonry 16,882.00 Cu.M
7.12.2 Bearing Pad Type A 80.00 Each
7.13 Steel Bridge Railing 220.00 Ln.M
7.14 Bridge Name Plate 5.00 Each
7.15.1 Demolition of Stone Masonry 47.00 Cu.M
7.15.2 Demolition of Concrete 108.00 Cu.M
7.15.10 Haulage in excess of 5 km 1,221.00 Cu.M/km
SS. 7.10.3 PVC Coated Mesh Gabions 280.00 Cu.M
SS. 7.10.5 PVC Coated Mesh Mattresses 286.00 Cu.M
SS. 7.16.4 Deck Drain Type 2 With Accessories 38.00 Each
SS. 7.18.2 Groting With Special Cement Material 1.00 Cu.M
SS. 7.18.5 Concret Coating Painting 638.00 Sq.M
SS. 7.18.6 Epoxy Zinc-rich Priming 5.00 Sq.M
SS. 7.25.1 Fibre Cement Plank Support Pad 200.00 Each

8 REINSTATEMENT AND MINOR WORKS


8.3.3 Trees 1,280.00 Each
8.4.1 Pavement Markings Thermoplastic Type 8,099.00 sq.m
8.4.3a Road Sign With Reflector of Engineering Grade Single (Size 600) 80.00 Each
8.4.3b Road Sign With Reflector of Engineering Grade Single (Size 750) 337.00 Each
8.4.3g Information Guide & Warning Signs With Reflector of Engineering Grade 2.00 sq.m
8.4.6a Kilometr Posts 27.00 Each
8.4.6b ROW Posts 2,150.00 Each
8.4.7a Guard Rail (excluding terminal length) 762.00 Ln.M
8.4.7b Guard Rail Bridge Terminal 49.00 Each
8.4.7c Guard Rail BCTA Terminal 55.00 Each
8.4.7d Guard Rail BCTB Terminal 55.00 Each
SS. 8.4.7g Guard Rail With Base Plate Mounting 252.00 Ln.M
8.4.10d Precast Portland Cement Concrete Curb Type L2 640.00 Ln.M
8.4.10f Precast Portland Cement Concrete Curb Type F 7,516.00 Ln.M
8.4.12 Block Paving on Sidewalks or Medians 60 mm 16,531.00 sq.m

9 DAY WORKS
9.1.1 Foreman 264.00 Hour
9.1.2 Labour 1,613.00 Hour
9.1.3 Skill Labour 156.00 Hour
9.1.4 Dump Truck 3-4 M3 43.00 Hour
9.1.5 Flat Bed Truck 3 - 4 tonnes 60.00 Hour
9.1.6 Water Tank 3000 - 4500 litres 38.00 Hour
9.1.7 Bulldozer 100 150 HP 81.00 Hour
9.1.8 Motor Grader min 100 HP 81.00 Hour
9.1.9 Wheel Loader 1.0 1.6 M3 81.00 Hour
9.1.10 Track/Crawler Loader 75 100 HP 38.00 Hour
9.1.11 Excavator 80 140 HP 76.00 Hour
9.1.12 Crane on Wheels 10 15 tonnes 43.00 Hour
9.1.13 Tandem Roller 6 - 9 tonnes 38.00 Hour
9.1.14 Vibratory Roller 5 - 8 tonnes 38.00 Hour
9.1.15 Hand Vibratory Compactor 1.5 - 3.0 HP 38.00 Hour
9.1.16 Pneumatic Tired Roller 8 - 10 Tonnes 38.00 Hour
9.1.17 Compressor 4000 - 6500 litre/minute 54.00 Hour
9.1.18 Concrete Mixer 0.3 - 0.6 M3 54.00 Hour
9.1.19 Water Pump 70 - 100 mm 81.00 Hour
9.1.20 Jack Hammer 54.00 Hour

10 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE WORKS


10.1.1 Routine Maintenance of Pavement 1.00 LS
10.1.2 Routine Maintenance of Shoulders 1.00 LS
10.1.3 Routine Maintenance of Ditches, Drains, Cuttings and Embankments 1.00 LS
10.1.4 Routine Maintenance of Road Furniture & Road Marking 1.00 LS
10.1.5 Routine Maintenance of Bridges 1.00 LS
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List of Regulation

NO. Laws Regulation Aspects Description

LIST OF REQUIREMENTS, STANDARDS & LEGISLATION RELATING TO K3

RI LAW
1 Law No. 1 in 1970 Safety Prevent and reduce accidents
Giving help at accidents
Giving protection equipment workers diripada
Preventing and controlling disease due to work
either physical or psychological, poisoning, infection and transmission.
Obtain sufficient appropriate information
Holding temperature and humid air is good
Arranging sufficient air refresher
Maintain cleanliness, hygiene and order
Securing and facilitate loading and unloading work,
and storage of goods
Prevent exposed to dangerous electrical
Examination of workers in a designated doctor
Explains the dangers of the new labor
Report every accident that occurred

2 Law No. 3 of 1993 Employee Social Security Labor included in Social Security
3 Law No. 14 in 1992 Road Traffic Obedience to traffic regulations in the drive
4 Law No. 23 in 1992 Health Health work with health services with

GOVERNMENT REGULATION & PRESIDENTIAL DECREE


5 Government Regulation no.: 14 of 1993 Social Security Programs Organization labor Labor included in Social Security
6 Presidential Decree No. 22 of 1993 Disease arising from employment relationship Only mild disease, not a disease due to employment

MINISTER
7 Decisions with the Minister of Manpower & Minister of Public Works No.: Safety work at the site of construction activity Operation of the project K3 program.
Kep.174/MEN/1986, No.104/KPTS/1986
8 Ministry of Manpower Decree No. Kep.1135/MEN/1987 Flag of safety & health Installation of the flag on the field K3
9 Ministry of Manpower Decree No. Kep.147/MEN/1989 Utilization of health services for health care insurance programs, social Providing health care for workers in the field
security workers
10 Ministry of Manpower Decree No. Kep.333/MEN/1989 Diagnosis and reporting of work related diseases Providing health care for workers in the field
11 Ministry of Manpower Decree No. Kep.186/MEN/1999 Fire-fighting unit in the workplace Penaggulangan team formed a fire
12 Decree of State Minister of Public Works No. RI. Kep.10/KPTS/2000 Technical provisions for fire safety of buildings and the environment Penaggulangan team formed a fire
13 Decree of the Minister of Manpower and Transmigration Decree No.. Kep.75/MEN/2002 Introduction of Indonesian National Standard (SNI) No. SNI-04-0225- Electrical installation work
2000 regarding the general requirements of electrical installations 2000
(PUIL 2000) in the workplace

INSTRUCTIONS MINISTER
14 Instruction Minister of Manpower No.. Ins.1/Men/1998 Improved supervision and control of the canteen and toilet provision in Procurement of toilets in the field of adequate
the company
15 Instruction Minister of Manpower No.. Ins. 11/M/BW/1997 K3 special supervision of fire prevention Penaggulangan team formed a fire
16 Instruction Minister of Manpower No.. Ins. 03/M/BW/1999 Supervision of the management of food in the workplace Procurement of healthy food for labor
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List of Regulation

NO. Laws Regulation Aspects Description

REGULATION OF THE MINISTER


17 Minister of Labor Regulation No.7 of 1964 Terms Health, Hygiene and Information in Provide adequate lighting in work areas
Workplace.
18 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.01/MEN/1980 Safety and Health work in Building Construction Operation of the project K3 program.
19 Minister of Manpower Regulation No. RI.: Per.04/MEN/1980 Terms & Conditions of Installation And Maintenance APAR procurement and maintenance in the field
Lightweight fire extinguishers
20 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.02/MEN/1980 Employment Medical Examination in Providing health care for workers in the field
Safety Organization
21 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.01/MEN/1981 Disease Due Kewajban Work Report Reporting an accident were to Depnaker
22 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.02/MEN/1982 Interpreters Las qualification Certificate for interpreters to work welding welding
23 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.03/MEN/1982 Health Services and Manpower Providing health care for workers in the field
24 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.05/MEN/1996 System Safety & Health Management work Operation of the project K3 program.
25 Regulation of the Minister of Manpower Decree No..: Per.03/MEN/1998 Procedures for accident reporting & investigation Reporting an accident were to Depnaker

LIST OF REQUIREMENTS, STANDARDS & LEGISLATION RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT

RI LAW
26 Law No. RI. 1 Year 1970 Safety
27 Steam Act Year 1930 Steam Act Year 1930

GOVERNMENT REGULATION
28 Government Regulation Number. 82 of 2001 Management of Water Quality and Water Pollution Control
29 Government Regulation No. 74 of 2001 Toxic Hazardous Materials Management
30 Government Regulation No. 18 of 1999 and Management of Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Materials
31 Government Regulation No. 85 of 1999
32 Government Regulation No. 27 of 1999 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
33 Presidential Decree No. 92 of 1998 Validation of Montreal on substances that damage the ozone layer
34 Government Regulation No. 41 of 1999 Air Pollution Control

REGULATION OF THE MINISTER


35 Regulation of the Minister of Health no. 718/MENKES/PER/XII/1987 Concerning Noise Health
36 LH Ministerial Decree no. 48/MENLH/11/1996 Raw Noise Quality Level
37 LH Ministerial Decree no. 52/MENLH/11/1995 Materials Quality Emission Source Not Moving
38 LH Ministerial Decree no. 45/MENLH/10/1997 The air pollutant standards index
39 LH Ministerial Decree no. 112 of 2003 Raw Water Quality of Domestic Waste
40 Decision Head BAPEDAL No. 56 of 1994 Guidelines on the size of the impact of important
41 Decision Head BAPEDAL No. 205/BAPEDAL/07/1996 Technical guidelines sources of air pollution control does not move
42 Decision Head BAPEDAL No. 107/BAPEDAL/11/1997 Technical guidelines and information The air pollutant standards index
43 Circular Letter No. Mennaker & transform. SE.01/MEN/1987 Threshold Value (NAV) for air quality in the Work Environment

REGIONAL REGULATION
44 Local Regulation provinces of Central Sulawesi province No. 2 of 2004 Spatial Plan of Central Sulawesi Province
45 Decision of the Governor Provincial Head of Central Sulawesi No. 465 of 1995 Raw Water And Air Quality In Central Sulawesi

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
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List of Regulation

NO. Laws Regulation Aspects Description

46 Spesification Management and Monitoring plan

LIST OF REQUIREMENTS, STANDARDS & LEGISLATION RELATING TO QUALITY

47 Concrete Indonesia Regulation (PBI) abbreviated SK SNI T15-1991-03


48 Indonesian Wood Construction Regulations abbreviated PKKI-NI-1961
49 Steel Building Planning Regulations Indonesia/1983
50 Fire Department Regulations
51 Regulations established by the Regional Water Company
52 Regulations established by the Public Telecommunications Company
53 Guidelines for Implementation Procedures for Building Construction By State
54 Department of Public Works
55 The imposition of regulations Building Indonesia To 1983
56 Planning regulations for Indonesia Earthquake Resistant Building Code 1981 and
57 Industry Standard Indonesia (SII)
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PT. WASKITA KARYA


JO. Refresentative
Ir. Thomas Aquino TW.
PT. BRANTAS ABIPRAYA
Office
Site

General Superintenden Quality Control Manager


Ir. Supriyono Nasruddin

Deputi General Superintenden Administration Staff


Ir. Zulkifli Marlina

Technic Coordinator Finance Administration Safety Management Laboratorium Technician


Adi Supriyono Tri Asriati Siswanto Gunadi
- Fahrial
Quantity Survey/ Report
Syamsul

Drafter Site Manager


Eka Sovianto Hamuji Waluyo

Crasher / Mixing Plan Logistic Equipment AMP


Mardiomo Sinrang Ilham Havid Mardiono

STRUCTURE SURVEYOR PAVEMENT

Bridge Engineer Coordinator Survey Manager Pavement


Sutijo Joko Suparto Khoiruddin

Supervisi Surveyor Supervisi


Agung Among Didin

Makassar, 2 March 2010


Reprecentative JO
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Structure of ORGANIZATIONS
Emergency RESPONSE

Emergency RESPONSE LEADER


( Ir. Supriyono )

Vice Chairman
( Ir. Zulkipli )

SAFETY OFFICER
( Siswanto )

COORDINATORS COORDINATORS COORDINATORS SECURITY


APAR & SPILL
Savior P3K & TECH COMMUNICATION And evacuation
COORDINATOR B3
( Adi Supriono ) ( Tri Asriati ) ( Siswanto ) ( Hamuji Waluyo )
( Joko Suparto )

Member Member Member ANGGOTA


Member Member

1. Adi 1. Syamsul 1. Doni Marta 1. Hengky


1. Fahrial
Karel 1. Sinrang
2. Among 2. Eka Sovianto 2. Anto 2.
2. Kahar
Faisal 2. Bambang
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CHAIRMAN
Ir. Supriyono

SECRETARY
SAFETY OFFICER
Siswanto
FIELD
Fahrial

MEMBERS MEMBERS MEMBERS


OFFICE FIELD Subcontractor & Mandor
1. Adi Supriyono 1. Sutijo
2. Joko Suparto 2. Sawomatta
3. Tri Asriati 3. Ketut Budiana
4. Gunadi 4. Khoiruddin
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE CONSULTANTS

SITE SUPERVISION ENGINEER

Ir. Arya Suryawan Pradipta

COMPUTER OPERATOR : Nurjanah


DRIVER : Baharuddin
lABOUR : Hasnah
GUARD : Sukriady Alam Syah

QUANTITY ENGINEER/CHIEF INSPECTOR BRIDGE ENGINEER QUALITY ENGINEER

Ir. Ambo Mele Ir. Bambang Ir. Baso Gunawan

INSPECTOR SURVEYOR LABORATORY

Yayat Widayat Ilham Tri Handoko Pusvita Dhyan Reza


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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


HEAD PROJECT
1 Learning Contract Documents
2 Leading survey the project site as a manufacturing planning
3 Select and set construction method that will be used.
4 Together with the Head Meriview Control Plan Construction and improvements at the time of tender
5 5 Minding the field handover
6 To prepare the implementation of 6 projects in the field
7 Organizing Meetings Moving In
8 Leading project implementation activities by using the company's resources and business partners in an efficient and
productive
9 Approved program of work weekly and monthly based on the master schedule
10 To control BMW
11 Manage projects as efficiently as possible liquidation
12 Approve payment plan for the project
13 Monitoring project logistics procurement process
14 Minding MC - 0 / Mutual Survey
15 Manage personal tasks of the project
16 Providing solutions to distortion of time and costs incurred
17 Develop a project work funding requests
18 Leading the regular meetings and project coordination special meeting to address the problems the project
19 Following a meeting with the service user
20 Signing the project reports for internal and external
21 Post billing terms / progress payment / claim
22 Cultivate a good relationship with the User Services and Business Partner for the smooth implementation of projects
and defensive marketing
23 Making Coaching and Conseling on subordinates
24 Conducting a coaching HR professionals who master the business, management and technology
25 Identifying risks that may occur and to respond anticipation
26 Digging / create opportunities to increase revenue and make value engineering
27 Preparing for the first delivery of a partial or total
28 Doing maintenance work submitted
29 Doing the delivery end of the building including as built drawings
30 Carry out special jobs as instructed by the Head / Wakadiv
31 Doing Sistem Management Safety & Healt Management Guidance on Project Implementation and as Chairman of the Unit Safety
& Healt Management

SAFETY OFFICER
1 Reporting results K3LM Performance, Daily, Weekly and Monthly.
2 Following meetings related to Safety & Healt Management
3 Evaluating the performance Safety & Healt Work, Environment, Daily, Weekly, Monthly.
4 Field Coordinator with parties related to Safety & Healt Work, Environment
5 Supervisor 5 induces any good Sub & NSC incoming Waskita Site area.
6 Follow up response to the findings and employer-related Safety & Healt Management
7 Directing, providing related Improvement Safety & Healt Management
8 Briefing Team Work Safety & Healt Work, Environment, performance at Waskita Management System Improvement.
9 Responsible for Extern Monthly Report and the Office Division, before the data to the Head of the Project.
10 Execute a positive corrective action related to performance Safety & Healt Management

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11 Following the performance program Safety & Healt Management Site Manager.
12 Identifying the analysis of work on the Environment, K3 & Quality.
13 Evaluating a Tri wulan of legislation (the Legislation already made).
14 Evaluating the results of drill - drill training was implemented.
15 Coordination with the project staff for the commitment of the program's performance Safety & Healt Management
Chairman Unit approved Safety & Healt Management
16 Preparation of Internal Audit & Ektern Safety & Healt Management

TECHNICAL & ADKON


1 Learning Project contract documents
2 Meeting Prepare materials Moving In and Moving Out Project
3 Together with PK and Kasi Kasi arrange Loglat Project Cash Flow
4 Evaluating the realization of Cost Project during the implementation
5 Deviation Analyzing Costs incurred, and reported to General Superintendent
6 Analyzing the performance time during the project implementation process
7 Analyzing the causes of delay and report to Kapro
8 Make Progress News Field events for Project Terms of Charges
9 Together PK section take care Tahihan Terms of the Minutes of the Project
10 Preparing Addendum 10 / amendment to contract with the owner
11 Prepare and manage 11 claims
12 Making the concept of the Parties to the agreement with Three
13 Observing the application / risk management & Safety & Healt Work, Environment in Project
14 Analyze real cost for certain jobs
15 Analyzing productivity levels for a particular job
16 Evaluating the Performance of Subcontractors, foreman and Tailor
17 Evaluate and provide suggestions on the implementation of the Project Construction Method
18 Doing the horizontal communication with other Kasi Project
19 Create draft letter to be signed Kapro
20 Develop, establish and assess SKI Control Staff
21 Carry out special jobs as instructed by GS
22 Carry out inspection and testing and acceptance Material / Product
23 Conducting tests and the Independent Internal Safety & Healt Work, Environment program approved periodically.

LOGISTICS & EQUIPMENT


1 Joint kasi Engineering & PK Adkon and Kasi up cash flow and demand Project Work Project Funds
2 Provide information material prices and pricing tools for project implementation
3 Conducting material samples to obtain approval from the Parties I
4 Conducting materials and equipment needed in the project according to schedule
5 Carry out the planning, operation, control, maintenance & repair tools
6 Set the assignment operator and mechanic equipment Project
7 Making Equipment Operation Report
8 Managing the supply of materials
9 Securing and reported to the Division of waste material
10 Cultivate relationships with supplier of construction materials and equipment
11 Cultivate relationships with Construction Equipment Rental Perusshaan
12 Cultivate relationships with Transport Company / Forwarder
13 Holding Mobilization and Demobilization Construction Equipment
14 Negotiate Rental Equipment
15 Create draft purchase agreements and rental equipment
16 Assist Leaders in Safety & Healt Work, Environment implement the Project

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17 To coordinate with the staff under


18 Develop, establish and assess SKI Staff
19 Conduct of communication with other officers in the Project
20 Evaluating the performance of the Project Supplier

PERSONNEL AND FINANCE


1 Develop and control the Cost Project Budget
2 Evaluating Financial Statements made by staff
3 Carry out the administrative management of Human Resources, Project Finance and Taxation
4 Plan documentation, document control and records (records)
5 Communication and Consultation Plan
6 Safety & Healt Work, Environment Training Plan
7 Conduct of Business Administration and correspondence Head of Project Administration
8 Implement Inventory Maintenance and Monitoring Project Office Tools usage
9 Monitoring the implementation of the tasks of household, office administration and travel arrangements pool vehicles
Projects
10 Provides a key for sick employees and workers to be sent to the hospital emergency room
11 Creating Financial Reports with WKAK Program
12 Checking the accounting process and making the Project Financial Report
13 Joint Control and Kasi kasi Loglat prepare Cash Flow Project
14 Controlling liquidity based on the Cash Flow Project
15 Cation technique after the Minutes of the Project Terms of Charges
16 Evaluating the realization of revenues and costs based RKA Projects Projects
17 Making Financial troubleshooting solutions Project
18 Doing Construction in the field of resources and Financial Staffing
19 Make technical guidelines implementation tasks PK Staff
20 Develop, establish and assess staff SKI PK
21 Prepare draft signed a letter to the Head of Projects
22 Assist Leader in the implementation of the BC-K3LM in Project

EXECUTIVE COORDINATOR
1 Coordinating the Implementation / foreman and subcontractors
2 Leading the implementation of construction / production according to work programs weekly, working methods,
working drawings and technical specifications followed
3 Following a meeting with the Task giver (Owner)
4 With the technique and conduct negotiations Mandor Subcontractors
5 Leading coordination meeting with the Executive, the foreman and Subcontractors
6 With the technical review of construction methods
7 Learning the technical specifications of work
8 Studying the work working methods of its responsibilities
9 Manage the allocation of resources (labor, materials & equipment) according to weekly work program, working
methods, working drawings and technical specifications
10 Watching (supervise) the implementation of its responsibilities the job based on the work program
11 Hitting production waste
12 Establishing good relations with the Supervisory jobs / Consultant for the smooth work in the field
13 Approve results and work progress measurement foreman / Subcontractors
14 Contract Administration help in making progress Minutes of regular work
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15 Leading the implementation and operation of Safety & Health at Work (K-3)
16 Creating Evaluation of Daily Report on the implementation of activities in the field work
17 Prepare / arrange a meeting with the Owner materials
18 Implement the Project Sistem Manajement Safety & Healt Management

EXECUTIVE
1 Learning the construction drawings from working drawings (shop drawings) with the level of complexity & simple
technology

2 Learning the technical specifications of work


3 Learning the work working methods of its responsibilities
4 Set the allocation of resources (labor, materials & equipment) according to weekly work program, working methods,
working drawings and technical specifications

5 Watching (supervision) implementation of the work which they are responsible based on the work program
6 With the technical review of construction methods
7 Pressing production waste
8 Establishing good relations with the Supervisory jobs / Consultant for the smooth work in a professional field
9 Conducting inspection and measurement results of the work foreman / periodic Subkonraktor
10 Assist the Engineering / adkon in processing news events on a regular basis the progress of work
11 Carry out the coordination and control Safety & Healt Management
12 Make a Daily Report on the implementation of activities in the field work
13 To coordinate with foreman / Subcontractors

Sekretary Safety & Healt Management


1 The collection of data relating to Safety & Healt Management
2 Reporting of data documents and photo documents.
3 Data K3LM performance evaluation, Daily, Weekly, Monthly.
4 Data Evaluation of the corrective action employer (ektern).
5 Data evaluation Safety & Healt Management legislation compliance.
6 Data evaluation continuous improvement.
7 Documentation & Pretentation Intern and ektern Safety & Healt Management
8 Assist Safety Officer in the manufacture of the Internal Monthly Report & Ektern.
9 Archiving data and documents Safety & Healt Management

Team Work with the Implementation Executive Local Safety & Healt Management.

1 Morning Breefing, periodically per section with the relevant Executive.


2 Deck, the edge of the building after Bekisting Pack
3 Place Match needs.
4 Foging as needed.
5 Filling forms related to Safety & Healt Management
6 Charging and collection of data permitt work / permits associated with Safety & Healt Management
7 Allocating signs site signs and direction arrows facility safe kearea
8 Controling urinal facilities suitable placement plan.
11 Care signs of damage to be repaired
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Communication and Consultation

Information and consultation on matters of Safety & Health Management to all employees and external parties
(government; the relevant authorities and the community forums) and other parties interested in the following manner,
both written and oral namely:

1 Induction Safety & Healt Management


Safety & Healt Management induction will be given to new employees, visitors, subcontractors and other parties
berkepentingan.Isi of this induction is the company policy regarding Safety & Healt Management and things to note
about Safety & Healt Management in entering the workplace. In this induces given. Safety & Healt Management
induksi officers.

2 Meeting Safety & Healt Management


Weekly meetings:
Held once a week on a predetermined
Keet projects implemented in
Attended by officers Safety & Healt Management project foreman Safety & Healt Management, Environment
members, and other participants if necessary
Time approximately 1 hour
Led by the head of the project

3 Monthly Meeting:
Held once every single month on a specific day and date
Keet projects implemented in
Attended by all Aggota Safety & Healt Management
Aiming to improve the performance of Safety & Healt Management
Time approximately one hour
Led by the head of the project

Safety & Healt Management evaluation are discussed and plans next month Safety & Healt Managament activities.

4 Safety Morning
Conducted every morning by officers in follow Safety & Healt Management and workers in the project.

5 Posters, bulletin boards


Used as a means to provide information about the problem Safety & Healt Management placed in strategic locations
to be easily read by all parties concerned.

6 Internet
If possible problem can be communicated & Safety & Healt Management consulted via internet.

7 Mail
The letter is also a means of communication used in Safety & Healt Management implementation Safety & Healt
Management System

Inspection Safety & Healt Management


Safety & Healt Management inspections carried out to prevent accidents due to carelessness of workers .

- Daily Inspection:
Implementing an inspection on the morning before starting work, on top of work and come home late afternoon.

- Weekly Inspection:
By Kapro to see random Safety & Healt Management in project implementation.

If found dangerous work conditions:


- Examiner should immediately stop work and report to the Head of the Project.
- Provide guidance to the workers directly involved.
- If there are errors in the Work Instructions, it must be issued a new Work Instructions based on the latest
conditions.
- The workers should be informed of the latest Work Instructions.
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Building Work:
- Office contractors, Construction Management and Konstultan Owner located on the north / west of the

project site for the management & administration and adjacent keet together on the board of directors.
- Private operators, engineers, surveyors and Safety & Healt Management in keet together in the field.
Warehouse located adjacent to the material and Directors Stockyard Keet.
- Place the metal fabrication warehouse opposite the logistics and the fabrication bekisting
adjacent to the south.
- Barak workers in the area north of the project site along with sanitation facilities.
- Post and the security guard stationed together in the induction of the entrance road & street exit.
- Clinic is placed adjacent to the directors keet.

Facilities:
- The need for electrical and lighting work together from the source to the backup generator PLN provided
with their own generator house. Toilets and sanitation workers are provided near the barracks for the
workers. And the way in using new roads in the compound yard Bantaeng Bulukumba Road Project ESS 02
and also provided a one-way exit when a large vehicle transport and reducing materials in the project.

- Area is lined with zinc project in the area around the Keet Directors.

- Water wells drilling work using the fit to the water tower and distributed to the bath-tub
shelters are made in the work area

- Place berkumpu / muster the main areas set adjacent to public parking
front office projects

- Stock of direct materials used placed near the work area to facilitate
and accelerate the transport to the field, eg. : Sand, split.

- Automatic garbage placed between the office environment and barracks for the workers and also
storage of garbage from the field.

- Sports facilities in the east and the project office adjacent to the ball letanya and voley
for badminton employees provided by the mess that is 6 km from the project.

Traffic signs:
- Placed on the project in such a way to facilitate and help remind
workers, employees and guests of the project.
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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

I MOBILITY & ACTIVITIES


GENERAL
1 Driving motor vehicles / Road Project and Base Collision/crush - Damage to vehicle / Yes 2 3 6 - Provision of induction and socialization Safety & 1 1 1
hauling of materials / labor Camp Died Healt Work, Environment procedures / work
mobilization / mobilization instructions to drive a motor vehicle driver
tool operating vehicle project.
UU No 1 - Installation of signs / warning areas in and out
Tahun 1970 of the vehicle project "Be careful out in the
project vehicle"
UU 14 Tahun - Installation of traffic signs according to traffic
1992 management built around the project (field and
Basecamp).
- Setting vehicle traffic in and out of camp dibase
- Provision of parking places and a safe setting
(localized from the work activity)
- Installer warning signs in the car/use (seatbelt
use)
- vehicles must be tested KIR periodically by the
relevant authorities.
- The speed of vehicles in the project site
maximum 40 Km / Hour
- The driver of the vehicle must be in healthy
condition, were not allowed to drive in a
drunken condition, sleepy, condition and have
certificates (SIM) in accordance with
- according to vehicle capacity load
- vehicle condition, especially the engine, horn,
lights, tires, brakes function properly.
- mobilization of heavy equipment for general
street traffic policeman assisted local officials to
guide the way
- mobilization of personnel to pick up the car to
sit on the ground are prohibited vehicles edge
- DT tail gate door was always locked to prevent
falling material could endanger the street that
the general traffic.
- mobilization of heavy equipment sets al paving,
etc. vibtro done individually by each of the
relevant operator / competent person.
Fire - Burns Yes 1 2 2 - Periodically check the cable connection - the 1 1 1
cable is properly insulated and using the
appropriate cable.
UU 14 Tahun - Periodically check the condition of water
1992 lubrication oil radiator, water batteries, met
- APAR provides in the car
- Setting up no smoking signs in the car
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Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Luggage flammable must be packed safely as


possible.
Wheel vehicle skid - Abrasion / Broken Yes 2 2 4 - Check the condition of the vehicle every day 1 1 1
/ tergelicir bones before starting vehicle in terms of vehicle wheel
and vehicle tire pressure (Checklist vehicle)

UU 14 Tahun - Maintenance vehicle access road conditions


1992 around the project of mobility and damage to
vehicles demobilitas project
- Placement of material does not interfere with
traffic access
- Maintain cleanliness / security road around the
project of garbage, stones and other sharp
materials and adequate lighting.
- condition good entrance / if the road is always
repaired damaged.
2 Cook Kitchen Knife cut - cuts No 2 1 2 - carefully slicing and cooking materials 1 1 1
- disposable cutting pads / mats
essens radiation sp - eye irritation No 2 1 2 - sliced onion / spice that radiated in water 1 1 1
Exposed to splashe - blister No 2 1 2 - carefully insert the material to be fried dishes 1 1
- keep your eyes / face from the frying
pengggorengan
- avoid cooking fried direct wet (drained first).
stove exploded - fire Yes 1 2 2 - charging oil into the stove in a dead heat 1 1 1
conditions.
UU 14 Tahun - stove oil tank cap tightly.
1992
- the left side-right side of the stove covered with
zinc and benda2 away from the flammable
3 Provide Food Workers Cafeteria Poisoning - Vomiting & Diarrhea Yes 2 2 4 - Giving K3LM induction / socialization IK catering 1 1 1
provision to workers and catering provider (IK
Keputusan - Check the cleanliness of food / drink places to
Menkes No eat and drink (food hygiene Checklist /
1405/MENKE equipment used in the project office)
S/SK/XI/2002
- Settings menu for the employee (List list menu)
- Storage of food and beverages consumed away
from the contaminated with chemicals /
hazardous substances
- Install signs wash your hands before eating
with antiseptic (hand soap) and with running
water.
- Provision of garbage (organic and non organic)
to accommodate the packaging of food /
leftovers.
Basecamp / field hunger - stomach ulcers, No 2 1 2 - cooking schedule taped to the kitchen 1 1 1
stomach
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Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- between meals to the field before eating / not


too late
4 Making hot drinks. Kitchen Exposed to hot - Blister No 2 1 2 - Provision of hot water making tool / Pots with a 1 1 1
water spills long handle arm
- Providers where the water pouring / desk clean
and spacious
- Provision of a place mat with drinks (Roly / tray)

4 Installing a gas stove Kitchen Fire / explosion of - Building damage / Ya 3 2 6 - Elpizi tube placement not less than 1.5 meters 1 1 1
regulator elpizi gas leaks death PerMen from the source of fire and possibly hit other
Tenaga Kerja objects
- Elpizi hose before checking in use (good status)

- Checking the regulator before it is inserted into


the tube elpizi (good status)
- Installation regulator correctly (locked / not
shake)
- Check the possibility of leakage after the
regulator is attached (check is there any gas
leaks, smell of gas in large quantities / sound
- Installation of fire hazard signs area / explosion
5 Washing dishes drink Sink Slip - Blisters No 2 1 2 - Avoid the puddles of water around the place to 1 1 1
wash dishes
- Transportation equipment is not too heavy meal

- floor / corridor where the washing is made


rough texture
- Clean the sink to keep it clean (cleaning
checklist R. kitchen)
- keep eating and drinking equipment that have
been cleaned in a safe place protected from
Sink Soap spray - Eye irritation No 2 1 2 - Setting the size of the water from the faucet 1 1 1
exposed to the
- Soap and water mixture according to the dose
- No rush - rush when washing equipment and
utensils
- Equipment providers (fiber / sponge) washing
equipment
- Settings according to type of washing
kitchenware in the washing
- Installation of adequate lighting
Sink Laundry soap - Hand irritation No 2 1 2 - Use of a suitable soap and wool / sponge for 1 1 1
allergy washing
- Wash hands with clean running water after
washing utensils
- Use rubber gloves when the hands are sensitive
to laundry soap
Waskita - Brantas, JO Form P6.K3LM-01-01
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Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

6 Cleaning office Office Shock tool - Died Yes 3 2 6 - In the special tools (electrical panels, photo 1 1 1
copy machine, a cable connection) is given the
danger signs for electricity.
KepMenakerT - Examination conditions including cable means
rans RI No there is no peeling (electrical checklist).
Kep
75/MEN/2002
- Cleaning office equipment (desk, computer, etc)
from dust and merapihkan files in place with a
dry cloth / duster.
Office Inhaling dust - ISPA Yes 3 1 3 - Use a mask while cleaning the office. 1 1 1
Kep. Menkes - Socialization IK House keeping the janitor and
No 1405 installation IK.P6-K3LM -08 - 04 at a location
/MENKES/SK/ that is often seen.
XI/2002
- Clean dust and trash the office and immediately
throw it away.
- Cleaning the office before any work activities /
before hours of work.
- Mat provided at the entrance
7 Photo Copy Office Shock tool - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Photo equipment condition checks, including a 1 1 1
copy of the cable no peeling. (Checklist tool
photo copy)
- Disconnection of electricity to the engine when
adjusting Photocopy / repair any damage (Jump
sheet).
- Make / install IK photo copy machine operation
- Understand how the photo copy equipment
Office Heat and light - Agency quickly tired / Yes 2 2 4 - Use of photos copied by the rules 1 1 1
radiation down immune
- Placement machine in place with a circulation of
field
- Always close the lens cap when the engine start
pd
- Install signs for local radiation area photo copy
machine operation
8 Small bowel / large KM / WC Slip - Blisters Yes 2 1 2 - Cleaning toilet every morning. (Checklist 1 1 1
sanitary toilet rooms)
- Drying puddle
- Installation of adequate lighting
KM / WC Bad smell - Uncomfortable place Yes 2 1 2 - Fecal suction periodically (if full) 1 1 1
- Giving fragrances / cleaning the floor
- The provision of enough water
- Provision of a trash
- Setting up no smoking signs.
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NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

II PROJECT OFFICE AND


LABORATORY
1 Operates Computer Project Office Light radiation Refractive eye Yes 3 1 3 - Setting a sitting position so that the distance of 1 1 1
computer disorders, eye pain, the eye to the monitor is not too close and not
monitors eyes dazzled facing toward the entry of light.
- Socialization / installation of computer operating
IK operating near the computer.
- Installation of a sticker on the front of the
monitor "rest your eyes for 15 minutes after
- Lighting settings for the monitor
- Adequate lighting of the room (according to the
standard lighting in office work)
Project Office Computer heat - Agency quickly tired / Yes 3 2 6 - Setting the position of the computer, sit facing 1 1 1
radiation down immune kedinding dg
- Structuring the study with sufficient air
circulation
- The provision does not narrow room
2 Arrange Documents Project Office Fall document - Bruises Yes 2 1 2 - Provision Odner / map 1 1 1
- Provision of documents and store shelves in a
folder or file box Ordner.
- Document shelf placement does not interfere
with access roads and areas of work activity /
place of work is not too near / below the
document.
- Placement or retrieval of documents in high
places should use the stairs work
- Perapihan and placement of documents
returned after use.
- Installation of a document storage IK
3 Arrange workspace Project Office Stumble - Contusions / abrasions Yes 3 1 3 - Setup customized living space of the room 1 1 1

- Placement of goods neatly arranged


- Placement of goods does not prevent access
roads in and out
4 Using electricity Project Office & Electrocuted - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Use appropriate cable capacity. 1 1 1
Laboratory
- Inspection equipment, panels and cables before
use (standard electrical equipment).
- Connecting wires must be isolated with a neat
and use good insulation and the provision of
alarm on every high bervoltage equipment.
- Be careful at work associated with electrical
installations (hands and feet in wet conditions is
5 Using cutter Office Etched blade - Cuts Yes 2 1 2 - Use of the cutter with a handle is not loose 1 1 1
cutter
- The provision does not dull cutter
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Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Provision of the cutter does not rust


- Use of the cutter according to allocation
6 Using staples Office Punctured staples - Stab wound Yes 2 1 2 - Provision of stapler devices in good condition 1 1 1
- The use of a stapler according to allocation
7 Laboratory Practice Lab Fall of lab - Bruises Yes 2 1 2 - arrangement lab equipment neat and tidy 1 1 1
equipment
- Chemical irritants Yes 2 1 2 - chemical storage placed a safe 1 1 1
- wearing gloves
shorted fire - Dead / damaged Yes 3 2 6 - Always the day-care in a lab practice especially 1 1 1
materials when using hazardous materials.
- electrical panels checked lab equipment is
always protected and secure.
- Provision APAR
III WAREHOUSE MATERIAL /
MATERIALS /
1 Fuel Saving Warehouse Material Stumble - Contusions / abrasions Yes 2 1 2 - Fuel placement space set apart 1 1 1

- Keep the place of the scattered fuel


- Categorized by type of storage fuel
Labeling and empty the contents of the status
- No blocking access in and out
1 Fuel Saving Warehouse Material Fire - Dead / damaged Yes 3 2 6 - Fuel placement away from activities or people 1 1 1
materials passing by / special location.
- Tightly closing the fuel container
- Giving no smoking ban signs
- Provision APAR
- Handling of materials in accordance with the
instructions of the material
- Installation of hazardous materials labels
- Installation of flammable material labels
Warehouse Material Spills / scattered - Soil pollution / water Yes 2 2 4 - Giving dg placement of concrete pads for oil 1 1 1
fuel pollution leaks into the ground.
- Giving the flow of the spill and hold the
containers
- Manufacture / installation IK B3 spills fuel
storage area of
- MSDS Installation of fuel in the fuel storage
- Preparing handling equipment in case of
emergency spills.
2 Storing Chemicals / Cement / Warehouse Material Affected - Bruises / broken Yes 2 2 4 - Storage of materials according to the type. 1 1 1
Asphalt bones
- Accumulation of material within the limits of a
safe altitude.
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Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- No blocking access in and out of storage


material
- Installation of adequate lighting
- material with a neat arrangement
Fire - Building damage / Yes 3 2 6 - Installation of signs for no smoking 1 1 1
death
- Installation of labels such as material
characteristics
- Provision APAR
- Handling of materials in accordance with the
instructions of the material
Pollution - ISPA Yes 1 2 2 - Closing the meeting - a meeting place cement / 1 1 1
mortar and wearing masks
- Manufacturing base in the cement storage
- Cleaning immediately scattered cement /
chemicals
- Periodic examination of cement warehouse
conditions (hygiene checklist cement
- Preparing handling equipment in case of
emergency spills.
Absorb / inhaling - Breathing problems Yes 2 1 2 - Isolation, chemical warehouse / cement / 1 1 1
chemicals cement asbuton of the activities of other workers

- Cement storage warehouse is always closed


- Making air vents for circulation goes well
- Installation of appropriate MSDS chemical
species
- Installation of signs shall use APD (gloves,
safety shoes, masks, etc.)
- Respiratory tract Yes 3 1 3 - Cement storage warehouse is always closed 1 1 1
irritation / ISPA
- Making air vents for circulation goes well
- Installation of signs to use a mask while in a
chemical warehouse / cement
- Signpost installation in unless permission is
prohibited.
- Handle materials in accordance with existing
guidelines on the handling of material MSDS
3 Placing tool shed Stumble - Blisters Yes 2 1 2 - Provision of equipment nameplate at the 1 1 1
appropriate location and types of groups.
- Placement of materials does not prevent access
road work
- Storage neatly arranged according to material
type and condition of equipment means good /
- Installation of adequate lighting
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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


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Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Installation logout / tagout on mechanical


equipment / electrical
IV. WORKSHOP
1 Repair tool Workshops Fall of tools, Bruise / abrasion Yes 3 2 6 - Installation / use of tools that secure and 1 1 1
wrench controlled.
- Use appropriate tools to repair damaged
equipment.
- Use of appropriate APD eg. Gloves, work clothes
neat
2 Las electric welding with Workshops Welding with - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Officers experienced welding welding using 1 1 1
welding trapo welding trapo
- Electrical cable installation inspection prior to
the use do not there is a chipped / broken
- Trapo welding inspection before use by the
mechanical (completeness check tool)
- Installation of labels (Log-out / Tag-out) (Note
installation Log-out / Tag out trapo welding tool)
- Installation of signs for wear gloves, safety
shoes
- Use gloves, safety shoes
- Periodic inspection (daily) use of APD.
Welding sparks - Fire Yes 2 3 6 - Isolation where welding / create a special place 1 1 1
cause a fire for the manufacture of welding pipe railings
combustible materials (fuel, gas, paint, dry
wood, fiber, etc.)
- Provision of APAR (Alat Pemadam Api Light)
during welding work
- Installation of signs "cautiously fire hazard area"

Las radiation - River blindness Yes 2 2 4 - Isolation where welding / create a special place 1 1 1
of the activities of other workers
- Installation sticker "Rest your eyes for 15
minutes after the welding more than 1 hour"
- Installation of signs for the area of radiation
exposure
- Installation of signs required welding mask
(face cover), welding goggles
- The use of welding mask, welding goggles,
jacket and gloves Las Las
- Periodic inspection (daily) use of APD.
3 Las welding with tube Base Camp Sparks - Fire Yes 2 3 6 - Avoid flammable materials close to the welding 1 1 1
Take a safe position at that time welding
- Provision APAR
- Use appropriate gloves
- Use of goggles / protective mask
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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


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Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Use of protective clothing


- Make sure the tools in use-worthy condition and
stable position that does not easily moved or
overturned during the operation.
- Monitoring the location where welding work
being done

Gas canister - Died Yes 2 3 6 - Laying of gas cylinders in a standing position 1 1 1


explodes
- Tube placement in an area protected from the
heat and rain
- Labeling tubes and empty content
- Make sure the regulator is in good condition.
- Examination and appropriate regulatory settings

- Installation plasbeck arestor


- Nozzles are not installed upside-down regulator
- The position of workers in the free condition
was not incurred by welding hose
- Make sure the tools in use kondidi worthy and
stable position that does not easily moved or
- Monitoring the location where welding work
being done
Las radiation - River blindness Yes 2 3 6 - Isolation where welding / create a special place 1 1 1
for the welding of the activities of other workers
- Installation sticker "Rest your eyes for 15
minutes after the welding more than 1 hour"
- Installation of signs for the area of radiation
exposure to welding light
- Installation of signs required welding mask
(face cover), welding goggles
- The use of welding mask, welding goggles
- Periodic inspection (daily) use of APD
4 Hone Project area / base camp Sprinkling iron - River blindness Yes 2 3 6 - Isolate the grinding of the activities of other 1 1 1
filings on the eye workers
- Installation of a spark safety of the material is
not flammable (zinc) to sprinkle iron filings do
- Installation of signs to use safety glasses
- Use safety glasses
- Ispeksi periodically (daily) use of APD (safety
glasses)
Iron powder - Fire Yes 2 3 6 - Isolation where grinding of combustible 1 1 1
sparks cause a materials (fuel, gas, paint, dry wood, fiber, etc.)
- Provision of APAR (Alat Pemadam Api Light)
when menggurinda job.
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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Installation of signs "cautiously fire hazard area"

Stung by an - Died Yes 2 3 6 - Experienced officers use mechanical equipment 1 1 1


electric current (grinding machine)
- Electrical cable installation inspection prior to
the use do not there is a chipped / broken
- Grinding machine examination prior to use by
the mechanical (completeness check tool)
- Use appropriate tools to use these tools.
- Installation of labels (Log-out / Tag-out) (Note
installation Log-out / Tag out grinding machine)
- Installation of signs for wear gloves, safety
shoes
- Use gloves, safety shoes
- Periodic inspection (daily) use of APD (gloves,
safety shoes)
V. AMP - provision APAR
1 Production Hotmix Base Camp Fire Burn Injuries / Deaths Yes 3 2 6 - Electrical Cable Installation Inspection, Pipe 1 1 1
Steam Pipe Fuel & Asphalt
- Installation of no smoking signs.
- Asphalt temperature checks periodically.
- Routine checks on the dryer burner flame
material.
- Provide APAR & APD
Falling from Broken Bones / Burn Yes 3 3 2 - Install a safety fence at the Screen area, Mixer 1 1 1
height Injuries / Deaths & Appliances.
- Workers use a safety belt at the time worked in
height location.
Pollution ISPA Yes 3 1 3 - Use a mask when working. 1 1 1
- Install Dust Colector
- Watered periodically working the street.
VI. STONE CRUSHER
1 Material Production Base Camp Pollution ISPA Yes 3 1 3 - Install the chimney material at the end of the 1 1 1
conveyor.
- Watered periodically working the street.
- Place the tarp on the screen.
- Closes with a tarp on the stock gray stone
materials.
Stung Electricity Burn Injuries / Deaths Yes 2 2 4 - Install an alarm beacon 1 1 1

- Electrical panels & Electric Motor should be


protected from water & dust.
- Routine checks the connection area electrical
installations.
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Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

Caught & Affected Bruising / Broken Yes 2 2 4 - Install an alarm beacon 1 1 1


Materials bones / Died
- Use APD
- Place the stone on the Hopper safety
VII. GENSET
1 Operates Genset Generator room Round cut fan - Limb defects Yes 1 3 3 - Training / communication operation of 1 1 1
generators
- Installation of a warning than generator
operator / mechanic prohibited from operating
- Installation of a safety area fan rotation
generators
- Installation of signs are prohibited unless
permission in
- Installation of warning signs for fan rotation
generators
- Turn off the engine during the treatment
Fire - Burns Yes 2 3 6 - Fuel placing minimum 5m from the generator 1 1 1
- Preparation APAR
- Install a fire danger sign
- Check equipment periodically
- Cleaning up the generator from the scattered
solar / oil immediately if there are scattered
(checklist house keeping)
- Installation of no smoking signs
- Installation of signs is prohibited to make fire
Noise during - Acoustic trauma / ear Yes 2 1 2 - Use of silencers on exhaust pipe generator 1 1 1
operation of the buzzing
- Isolate the area of the generator house
activities of other workers
- Installation of signs shall earmuffs (ear plague)

- Use ear plague


- Inspection of the use of APD periodically (daily)
(discharging ear palg)
Inhaling CO gas - ISPA / shortness of Yes 2 1 2 - Making home generator with good ventilation 1 1 1
breath
- Physical factors Pengkuran CO gas
- Place the mask signs shall
- The use of masks
- Inspection of the use of APD periodically (daily)
(use of masks)
VIII IMPLEMENTATION OF
. EMPLOYMENT
1 Aggregate overlay field Hit / run over Broken Bones / Died Yes 2 3 6 - Install signs Careful there road work
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Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- DT / heavy equipment equipped with alarms


back
- Placing of traffic control officers
- Dropping the material set according to the
needs
- Oprator must have adequate certificate (SIO)
- Heavy equipment should be in a condition
worthy Use

1 Dug ditches draianse Field Pierced shovel / Stab wound / tear Yes 2 2 4 - Be careful digging, following the profile created. 1 1 1
digging tool
- Placing of traffic control officers
- Wearing APD
Exposed to waste Eye irritation Yes 2 2 4 - Be careful when throwing the soil / not 1 1 1
soil dihambur
- distance with other workers fairly
- provide tools to remove the soil
2 Couple Stone / Couple Stone Field fall / crushed Bruises Yes 2 2 4 - stone placed secure location 1 1 1
Mortar stone
- Do not throw stones
exposed to a skin irritation Yes 2 2 4 - APD use when mixing mortar. 1 1 1
mixture of mortar
- be careful when stirring Molen.
3 Ordinary Heap Backfill mate Pollution ISPA Yes 3 1 3 - Use a mask when working. 1 1 1
- flush the soil pile
4 Heap Options Shoulder Pollution ISPA Yes 3 1 3 - Use a mask when working. 1 1 1
- flush the soil pile
accident / collision Broken Bones / Died Yes 2 3 6 - Install signs Careful there is work 1 1 1
- Setting heap material droping by officers
- leveling the land immediately bahujalan pile to
keep it out of traffic.
5 Aggregate A foundation layer Agency Road accident / collision Broken Bones / Died Yes 2 3 6 - Install signs Careful there is work 1 1 1

- Setting aggregate material A droping by officers

- A flattened aggregate immediately so as not to


disrupt traffic.
- Placing of traffic control officers
6 Prime Coat Field Asphalt doused Burn Injuries Yes 2 2 4 - Installation of Asphalt Heat Warning Signs 1 1 1
- Placing of traffic control officers
- Wearing APD
- Observing the wind
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Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Control equipment on a regular basis Sprayer


- Availability APAR
7 Overlay Hot-Mix Field Hit / run over Broken Bones / Died Yes 2 3 6 - Install signs Careful there is work Asphalt Heat 1 1 1
- DT / heavy equipment equipped with alarms
back
- Placing of traffic control officers
- Oprator must have adequate certificate (SIO)
- Heavy equipment should be in a condition
worthy Use
- Wearing APD
Exposed to heat Burn Injuries Yes 3 1 3 - Install signs Careful there is work Asphalt Heat
Asphalt / Hot-Mix
- Wearing APD
- Placing of traffic control officers
VIII Handle Emergency
conditions
1 Fire conditions Cabin / office Workers and - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Giving an explanation of the steps that must be 1 1 1
facilities burning done in the face of emergency conditions due
project to all the fire personnel (employees, workers,
guests, owners, sub contractors, etc.)
- Material loss Yes 3 2 6 - Electrical installation is safe 1 1 1
- Prohibition of making fires on the site
- Emergency response team-building projects
- Making project evacuation plan
- Making the area safe (muster area)
- Provision of communication instructions in an
emergency fire (Firefighters, local police, the
nearest hospital or related institution)
- Sirens in the area of procurement project
- Procurement simulated fire conditions
- Providing appropriate evacuation directions of
emergency response plans
- Procurement of fire fighting training
- APAR provision of beds at the site, warehouses,
homes and offices generator
2 Earthquake conditions The entire project area Collapse of - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Giving an explanation of the steps that must be 1 1 1
buildings done in the face of emergency conditions due
to Earthquake
- Emergency response team-building projects
- Develop procedures for emergency
preparedness & response earthquake
- Making project evacuation plan
- Making the area safe (muster area)
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Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Sirens in the area of procurement project


- Providing appropriate evacuation directions of
emergency response plans
- Procurement of emergency conditions simulated
earthquake
- APAR provision of beds at the site, warehouses,
homes and offices generator
3 Bomb Threats Location information Bomb - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Giving an explanation of the steps that must be 1 1 1
bomb / bomb placement done in the face of emergency conditions bomb
threat (via tel / mail)
- Emergency response team-building projects
- Develop procedures for emergency response
preparedness & bomb threat
- Making project evacuation plan
- Making the area safe (muster area)
- Sirens in the area of procurement project
- Providing appropriate evacuation directions of
emergency response plans
- Procurement of emergency conditions simulated
bomb threat
- APAR provision of beds at the site, warehouses,
homes and offices generator
4 Floods Project Area Sink - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Giving an explanation of the steps that must be 1 1 1
done in the face of a great flood emergency
- Emergency response team-building projects
- Develop procedures for emergency
preparedness & floods
- Making project evacuation plan
- Making the area safe (muster area)
- Sirens in the area of procurement project
- Providing appropriate evacuation directions of
emergency response plans
- Procurement simulated emergency conditions of
flood
5 Riots/hubbub Project Area Destroying - Material loss Yes 3 2 6 - Giving an explanation of the steps that must be 1 1 1
buildings done in dealing with civil emergencies - nutrient
- Emergency response team-building projects
- Provision of communication instructions in civil
emergencies (Firefighters, local police, the
nearest hospital or related institution)
- Develop procedures for emergency
preparedness & response riots.
- Making project evacuation plan
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Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Making the area safe (muster area)


- Sirens in the area of procurement project
- Providing appropriate evacuation directions of
emergency response plans
- Procurement simulated emergency conditions
riots - riots
6 Mass food poisoning Project Area Food Poisoning - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Giving an explanation of the steps that must be 1 1 1
done in the face of an emergency mass food
poisoning and cooperation with the nearest
health institution for first aid
- Emergency response team-building projects
- Provision of communication instructions in
emergency situations of mass food poisoning
- Develop procedures for emergency
preparedness & response mass food poisoning
- Provide special transportation for emergency
conditions.
XI Permits and
Administration
1 Permit of heavy equipment Office / Area Project Equipment not - Harm Yes 2 3 6 - Management of licensing / authorization using 1 1 1
and validation suitable to be workers,Damage to heavy equipment or equipment that does not
used equipment,Facility or have authorization or permit which is no longer
building damage valid to the authorities (Department of
Manpower), including equipment rental or
owned subcontractors
- Documentation of all the evidence and the
legality of licensing equipment used project
2 Permit of workers working Office / Area Project Decrease in work Kesehan disruption of Yes 2 2 4 - Excess permit arrangement of working hours 1 1 1
overtime project productivity work
- Documenting evidence of excess hours of work
permits
- Employment arrangements that will overtime
- Setting work overtime in accordance with
prevailing regulations
3 Procurement of Labor Social Office / Area Project No guarantee of Unable to replace Yes 2 2 4 - Registration of workers as participants in Social 1 1 1
Security for the project accident, health, losses due to Security
workers disability and die accidents, illness,
disability and death
- Jamsostek premium payment for labor
(premium payment records)
- Social security administration employment
- Procurement worker checks every 6 months
4 Permit the use of electrical ins Office / Area Project Illegal electrical ins - Konsleting happened Yes 2 3 6 - Maintenance of electrical installation permit PLN 1 1 1
electricity
- Fire - Electrical installation by a competent officer
- The use of electrical installations according to
the power capacity
Waskita - Brantas, JO Form P6.K3LM-01-01
Proyek : Bantaeng Bulukumba ESS - 02 Edisi : 3 Revisi : 2
JOINT OPERATION

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

5 Training, Awareness and Office / Area Project Lack of skills, - Error implementation Yes 2 2 4 - Documenting competency analysis of workers 1 1 1
Competency awareness and and work instructions, according to job responsibilities and authority of
competence of implementation of personnel
work which is less effective
and efficient
- Appropriate competency training planning needs

- Implementation of appropriate training on the


competence of workers who have not owned
work
- Socialization of workers throughout the work
instructions (treatise meetings)
- Installation instructions appropriate work
equipment and work area
6 Calibration Equipment Project Area Measure not in Error assessment / Yes 3 2 6 - Calibration schedule for all types of measuring 1 1 1
accordance with measurement and test equipment
the standard
calibration
- To coordinate the implementation of calibrations
for all measuring and test equipment used.
Calibration Calibration performed by a
recognized institution
- Monitor the implementation of the calibration at
Work Unit / Business Units each
- Making use of daily reports and test gauge of
measuring instrument verification findings and
test
- Place the calibration status labels on all
equipment that is calibrated
- Perform calibration / menyaratkan for
measuring and test equipment owned by the
Sub Contractor and foreman Borong
- Storing and caring for measuring and testing
equipment which is calibrated according to CI-
BC-11-013
- "Conducting repeated calibration of measuring
instruments and test if:
a. Time has reached the use of 2 (two) years
after the calibration.
b. Equipment damaged (dropped) that occurred
repair or replacement of spare parts.
c. At the time of the verification tool in b "
7 Measurement of physical Office / Area Project Disease / - Shortness of breath Yes 2 2 4 - Measurement of the threshold value of dust 1 1 1
factors in the project area exposure Lingk.
- Deafness - Measurement noise threshold value
- Eye damage - Threshold value of light measurements
- Muscle disorders - Measurement of vibration threshold values
Waskita - Brantas, JO Form P6.K3LM-01-01
Proyek : Bantaeng Bulukumba ESS - 02 Edisi : 3 Revisi : 2
JOINT OPERATION

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Documentation of measurement results of


physical factors
- Socialization of tests measuring physical factors
and actions throughout the workers handling
8 And contract administration Office Error handling and Appointment of sub- Yes 2 2 4 - Record the name of the dominant sub- 1 1 1
contract contractors and contractors (concrete, bekisting, metal, spouse,
administration foremen are less etc.) in accordance with the DRW
competent
- And register data Menindentifikasi Sub
Contractors carrying out work that high-risk jobs
(Finising outside, cover the roof, excavation of
land, working in confined spaces (Confined
Space), the use of chemicals, flammable
materials, work that was
- Sub Contractor records with a particular permit
(explosions and radiation)
- "Making administration and reporting systems.
1. Make a report from the tender process
procedures
a. Risk assessment reports resume (office)
b. Report pre qualification (office)
c. Lapran selection (office)
2. Creating documents and infection control
field.
a. Report "

9 Handling equipment and Warehouse / Area Project Inappropriate Damage to equipment, Yes 2 2 6 - Label Status Tool provides
materials handling materials and field
procedures facilities
- "Make a list of materials that require special
handling.
a. Explosive materials
b. Type of hazardous chemical materials:
sulfate, nitrate
c. Types of materials containing radiation, such
as lights, lightning rod.
d. Carcinogenic substances materials, "
- "Mendaptar equipment that require special
handling
a. Tools that require special permits, such as
lifting equipment transport, Generator, Lift, etc.

b. Equipment containing hazardous materials,


such as toxler, lab equipment. With radiation.
c. Measuring instrument and other tools yan "
Waskita - Brantas, JO Form P6.K3LM-01-01
Proyek : Bantaeng Bulukumba ESS - 02 Edisi : 3 Revisi : 2
JOINT OPERATION

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Make a schedule for covering material


procurement schedule and use of materials
including type of materials / hazardous
materials, handling the remaining ingredients
and disposal.
- APD according to procure their needs and
schedule the use of
- "Infect acceptance of material including material
procurement conducted by:
a. Clairvoyant
b. Sub Contractors
c. User Services
- Check equipment before operation and
periodically
- Minding Certification / Validation of use of tools
for suppliers of equipment and operating
permits
- Equipment maintenance and light weight
- Isolating energy by making the lock out - tag
out for each panel and dangerous tool
- APAR periodically infect
- APD according to procure their needs and
schedule the use of
- Monitoring use of APD for each subcon /
foreman
- Socialize the use of APD,
- Glasses SKF
- Gloves
- Helm
- Safety shoes
- Make MSDS for help matrial used
- Oxygen
- LPG
- Cement
- Solar Asphalt, etc.
- APD conduct periodic inspections to see the
effectiveness of the use of APD in the project
area
10 Monitoring and evaluation of Project Area Implementation - Insidenrate higher Yes 2 2 4 - Procurement Meeting K3LM 1 1 1
field performance and uncontrolled rates, the decline in
activities K3LM the quality of work
- K3LM field inspection
- Monitoring the implementation of the work
Waskita - Brantas, JO Form P6.K3LM-01-01
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JOINT OPERATION

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Monitoring and verification of corrective actions


performed and recorded the results
- Mandor performance evaluation
- Documenting the results of the inspection and
evaluation
X Health Programs
1 Health education Project Area Lack of knowledge - Poor personal hygiene, Yes 2 1 2 - Provision of health information about personal 1 1 1
about health eating wrong, poor hygiene and disease
environmental health

- Provision of health information about a good


diet
- Provision of health information about
environmental cleanliness
- Making health information on the information
board K3
- Provision of information handling cleaning /
house keeping the project area
2 Freshness Gymnastics Project Area Reduced body Productivity decreases Yes 2 1 2 - Procurement of physical fitness exercises every 1 1 1
Physical Activity / Sports fitness 2 weeks for employees (Using the instructor)

- Exercise in safety morning before work


- The provision of sports facilities for the
employees (table tennis, footsal, football and
badminton)
3 Prevention of dengue fever / Office / Area Project Outbreaks of Dengue illness Yes 2 2 4 - Provide information on dengue fever (in the 1 1 1
other infectious diseases dengue fever form of counseling / pasting the information in
the board information)
- Activity 3 M (drained, mungubur and closed up -
the water) (per week)
- Environmental hygiene project area / office
- Implementation of fogging 2 times a week (area
directors keet)
- Implementation of water ABATESASI shelters if
needed
4 Handling P3K and referral Office K3LM The delay in - Died Yes 3 2 6 - Giving pelatiah P3K against the foremen / 1 1 1
hospitals medical treatment security
- Provision of transportation to the nearest
hospital
- Assignment picket P3K space (Paramedic)
morning, noon and night
- Handling of minor injuries
- Treatment of mild pain
- Referrals accident / illness to RS.terdekat the
conditions that can not be handled in the
project
Waskita - Brantas, JO Form P6.K3LM-01-01
Proyek : Bantaeng Bulukumba ESS - 02 Edisi : 3 Revisi : 2
JOINT OPERATION

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL ( HIRADC ) PLAN


Early risk Risk remains
Regulator Likelih Seve Risk Likelih Sever Risk
Initial Control
NO Activities Location Hazard Description Of Insident ood rity level ood ity level Additional Controls
Yes/No KM KP KM x KP KM KP KM x KP

- Creating insvestigasi accident and illness due to


work
- Mensosialisakinan corrective actions against
accidents and illness due to work of workers
throughout
P3K document handling and referral to hospital
XI TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
1 Traffic planning Project Area High-speed - Collision Yes 2 2 4 - Placement warning signs ex: "Be careful Men at 1 1 1
vehicle / kend. work"
uncontrolled
Traffic density - Traffic Yes 2 1 2 - Assignment of road traffic settings around the
areas of the area placement
project
- Traffic cone placement for directing traffic lanes
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JOINT OPERATION ROAD PROJECT BANTAENG - BULUKUMBA ESS 02

Location Frequency Implementation


NO. Measuring Parameter activity measuring and Evidence of work Measuring and Responsible
measurement monitoring Monitoring

1 Incidence Rate Office, Field and Mess. Every day 1. Notes monitoring accident Officers K3 GS
- Number of hours worked 2. The calculated IR downloads
- The number of occupational accidents.

2 Achieving targets and programs Safety & Healt Work Office, Field and Mess. At least 2 weeks The results of the monitoring program objectives & K3 Head of the respective mi GS

3 Work Environment Office, Field and Mess. 6 months The results of measurements of physical & chemical factors Executing / Special Agency GS
- Temperature (for the Project Office).
- Light
- Dust
- Noise

4 Certification & Search All the locations where they wOnce or 1 year in accordance w Certificates & license tool Loglat GS
- Heavy Equipment Operator
- Truck
- APAR

5 Health Employees and Workers Office, Field and Mess. 6 months Health examination Paramedics GS

6 The level of compliance with legislation Office, Field and Mess. 3 months Appropriate regulatory monitoring results Officers K3 GS

7 Cleanliness & neatness (Housekeeping) Office, Field and Mess. At least 2 times / month Housekeeping checklist Officers K3 & P / K GS
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FLOW CHART
Light Workers

Light Work
Accidents Happen

Report to the
Team Project Unit
K3 (Security
Officer)

Handling (P3K /
should be taken to
hospital)

Conducted
Hospital Handling
Medical P3K

Record the
Accident Report

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Serious Occupational Injuries

Work accidents
occurred Weight

Report to the
Team Project Unit
K3 (Security
Officer)

Handling of
Administration (by
the Personnel &
Finance)

Report to the Victim taken to


Social Security hospital

Show Disease
romanization Monitoring and
Treatment

Healing Process
Providing
(Rawat House /
insurance to Heir
Outpatient)

Finish

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FLOW CHART
Work Accident Dies
FLOW CHART
Work Accident Dies

Work accidents
occurred Dies

Victim Dies

Report to the
Bodies (Visum et
Victim Dies Project Team Unit
repertum Hospital)
K3

Report to P2K3 Report to the Head Report to the


Police Certificate
Area / Branch of Projects nearest police

Send news to Report to the Victim was taken


Investigation
Families Victims Social Security to the Family

Process /
Investigative
Heir Insurance Claim
Reports
Settlement

Preparing
Victim Buried Compensation
documents by Heir

finish

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Action If Fire Happens

Turn yourself:
- APAR
Fires occur - Wet Sack
- Sand
Turn yourself:
- APAR
Fires occur - Wet Sack
- Sand
- Water

Report to the
Security

Setting up the
Directly to secure
team and the Fire Report to the
the crime scene
Department Project Unit K3
location
Equipment

Report to the
Implement Forest Service
Workers Evacuate

Coming to the
scene

Place in a safe
area

Fire Fighting in the


process of location

Coordination at the
scene

finish
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PROJECT ROAD BANTAENG - BULUKUMBA ESS 02
2009 2010 2011
No. Description to activities Description
Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr Mei Jun Jul Ags Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr Mei Jun Jul Ags Sep Oct

1 Identification of Environmental Aspects Environmental Work Plan

2 Identify hazards Sources Work Plan K3 K3 Work Plan

3 Acceptability criteria for the job Quality Work Plan

4 Inspection (K3, Environment, Quality)

5 Monitoring and Measurement

6 Hygiene / Environmental Health

7 5R (Abridged, mess, Resik, Rawat,


Diligent)

8 Application of K3, Environment, Quality

9 Improvement (K3, Environment, Quality)

10 Audit (K3, Environment, Quality)


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Flow Chart
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HANDLING OF EMERGENCY CONDITIONS

START/
START
MULAI

SAFE CONDITIONS

SMALL FIRE

Turn off BEFORE enlarged *)

Yes
Extinguished
PADAM

NO

Yelled FIRE

REPORTS TO SECURITY teams


POINT TOWARD the fire LEADERS DECLARE STATE OF
SECURITY squad fire alarm Responsible FOLLOW
and put it out API EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY / deputy

Teams FIRE ALARM SAFETY STOP LEADERS DECLARE STATE OF


(rafters) EMERGENCY IS NOT

The fire Regu SECURITY Regu P3K Evacuation team


- Turn off the electricity - Contact the nearest PMK units - Performs actions on the victim's - Leading the evacuation of
- Kept trying to put the fire - Setting up of facilities and pre- aid in Muster Area (Regional personnel to the Muster Area
out until taken over by traffic facilities for fire truck Safe from Fire) - Combing all the rooms to
units that came PMK - Preparing and stretcher obat2an ensure all the empty room and
- To maintain communications with - If you need to make a referral to all personnel have been
the Head of Projects the Hospital evacuated
- Closing the entrance / exit - To perform duties until taken - Making attendance at the
Firefighters - Opening doors / windows emergency over by paramedics from the Muster Area to ensure all
- - Keeping the exit / entry and the nearest hospital or the fire was personnel have been
- door / window of the emergency extinguished evacuated to a safe place
- - To perform duties until taken over
- by the authorities (police) or the OFFICERS P3K - Continue to work until all
fire has been extinguished - personnel have been
- evacuated, or until the fire
- goes out and taken over by
the authorities

REPORT ALL Responsible team


up FOLLOW EMERGENCY /
OFFICERS Evacuation
deputy
SECURITY OFFICERS -
- -
- -
- API HAS extinguished, -
SECURITY IS handled the
- -
authorities

LEADERS DECLARE STATE OF


EMERGENCY HAS ENDED

DEVELOPMENT REPORT
RELATING TO THE
INSTITUTION

*) When you see the potential for fire, immediate action before it becomes a
fire. Use conventional extinction, or the nearest APAR. Try the extinction
process performed calmly and appropriately.
The End
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LIST OF WORK WITH HIGH RISK LEVEL / DANGEROUS


Implementation Date
No. Work Type Location Handling Responsible Description
Start Finish

1 Foundation excavation Soil sinks - Using a crowbar and mattock tool Implementing
Foundation - Make a shallow hole sinks
- Perpendicular quarrying
- The security fence / if necessary

2 Installation & dismantling Floor commercial 2 - Using a ladder to climb down Implementing
scaffolding & bekisting - Using the self-employed safety hairnet at a height
1.5 m
- Install safety net on the edge of the area of the building
- Using the appropriate components
- Using APD

3 Iron All Locations - Wear gloves Implementing


- Transport by the
- Using APD

4 Foundry manual All Locations - Information is Implementing


- Transportation to the cart and relay the
- Using Molen
- Using APD

5 Compressor preparation of prime coat Location will - Using APD (gloves, helmet, safety shoes, Operator
and tack coat paved filter masks and glasses)

6 Prime Coat and tack coat Location will - Using APD (gloves, helmet, safety shoes, Operator asphalt spayer
paved filter masks and glasses)

7 AC asphalting BC, AB Base, AC WC Location will - Using APD (gloves, helmet, safety shoes, Operator Asphalt Finisher
paved filter masks and glasses) and all workers

8 Jobs erection Transfer location - Using APD (gloves, helmet, safety shoes, Implementing
bridge filter masks and glasses)

9 Drilling Box Culvert - Using APD (gloves, helmet, safety shoes, Implementing
filter masks and glasses)

10 Casting K 250, K 300 and K 350 Bridge - Information is Implementing


- Transportation to the cart and relay the
- Using a mixer car
- Using APD
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Material and Equipment Description

2.1 Traffic Sign


There are 3 types of traffic sign :
- Warning Sign used to explain possible dangerous situation
- Prahibition Sign used to explain that certain action are not permitted on the roadway.
- Instruction Sign used to explain what action must be taken by the driver on the roadway it can be
Flashing arrow sign.

Traffic Sign Colours


Warning Signs
Basic colour is yellow ( reflective type ) with black for letter, simbols and edge lines.

Prahibition Sign
Basic colour is white ( reflective type ) with red ( reflective type ) for letter, simbol and edge lines.

Instruction Sign
Basic colour is blue ( reflective type ) with white ( reflective type ) for letter, simbol and edge lines.

Placement of Traffic Sign :


The following were taken into consideration for the placement of traffic sign :
- Road and locality environmental condition
- Traffic conditions
- Aspects of safety, security, orderlines and the fluency of traffic movement.
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TRAFFIC SIGN ( WOODEN )


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TRAFFIC SIGN ( CONCRETE ALUMINIUM )


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Traffic Management Where the Contruction Take
One Lane/Half Road FLAGMEN

WORK SPORT

FLAGMEN

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Traffic Management Where the Contruction Will Close Permanent Access


( To make Two Lane Temporary Access )

FLAGMEN

WORK SPORT

FLAGMEN

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Traffic Management Where the Earth Works ( Wedening ) FLAGMEN

FLAGMEN

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Traffic Management Where the Stone Masonry

FLAGMEN

STONE MASONRY

STOCK MATERIAL

FLAGMEN
First Aid

Definition : P3K represent the first aid which quickly and corectly that must given for
immediately to a victim getting accident or sudden disease before he/she
brought to reference place.

Intention : Giving emergency treatment to victim, before more complete help given by a
doctor or other health worker.

Pupose :
1 Saving the victim soul
2 Lightening the victim pain
3 Preventing the injure/disease become more seriouse
4 Maintainimh the victim endurance
5 Looking for more help

First Aid Box


P3K Box is must be available at work or project lovation. Base on to special
Regulation : AA, abaout Box medicine box, minimum content of P3K box are :

Box A Box B Box C


No Content ( 25 ( 50 ( 100

1 Sterile gauze 20 40 40
2 Band ( wide : 5 cm ) 1 2 4
3 Band ( wide : 7,5 cm ) 1 3 6
4 Absorten transparent 1 2 4
5 Plaster ( wide 1,25 cm ) 1 1 2
6 Trilateral band/mettela 4 4 6
7 Scissors 1 1 1
8 Stickpin 4 4 6
9 Gloves for one use 2 2 4
10 Mask 1 1 2
11 Aquades 1 3 6

Security Fence
Definition : To separate project area with location outside project area or location inside
area which is dangerous source ( line dug area ) fingtion as safety to labaour
force and material.

Objective : To protect employee, tool and material and job result against working accident,
damage, and theft.

Important points :
- Identification of location that should be fenced
- Identification of dangerous source to determine type, form and the size of
security fence.

Safety Sign
Definition : Certain words or picture agreed together as to sign for must doing activity to
prevent accident, and such sign can be put temporarily or permanently at the
location at which source of danger exist.

Important points :
- The placement and the type safety sign should be installed must in line with the
need and thee degree of danger against workmen and its activity.
- In line with the phase of job to determine type type and place
Type of safety signs the usually installed : general, fire fighting, mandatory,
prohibitive, and warning.

General Signs :

First aid, Evacuation route, emergency telpon, rest room, hand wash and ect.

Fire extinguisher
keep clear EXIT
Alat Pemadam Api Jalan Keluar
Bebas Penghalang

Penunjuk Arah Penunjuk Arah

First Aid Box


Penunjuk Arah Kotak P3K

Fire fighting Signs :


Extinguisher, horse, evacuation route, arrow, bucket, file plug, and etc.
Prohibitive Signs :
No smoking, no naked flames, no entry, no thoroughfare, no dumping and etc.

Warning Signs :
General, flammable, explosion, falling object and etc.
OSH Slogan
Example of OSH Banner

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- In open area of work shop


- In front of propject area gate

OSH Information Board

The content of safety information board/plank are : safety rule, explanation of safety sign, safety map, picture of safety event,
and etc.

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1. SEMUA TAMU TANPA KECUALI WAJIB LAPOR KE SATPAM

2. GUNAKAN KARTU TANDA PENGENAL DAN ALAT PELINDUNG DIRI

3. SELAMA DIDALAM PROYEK HARUS MEMATUHI RAMBU - RAMBU K3

4. JANGAN MEMBUANG SAMPAH SEMBARANGAN

5. DILARANG MEROKOK, KECUALI DITEMPAT YANG TELAH DISEDIAKAN

6. BILA MENDENGAR TANDA BAHAYA KEBAKARAN, LIHAT PETUNJUK ARAH EVAKUASI.

7. MENGABAIKAN PERATURAN K3 DAPAT MENYEBABKAN BAHAYA DAN KECELAKAAN.


Training / Counseling

When : Toward the project started up.


Place : Project location / Area
By : Project Staff
Subject : OSH General, OSH Plan of Project, etc.
Aim : The man power understand of OSH plan of project for generally.

Health and Safety counseling at the beginning of the project executin


Counseling guidelines i.e :
Laws No 01/1970
The ministry of publik work by no. 174/men/1986
Labor Ministry by Regulation No. 104/KPTS/1986

The main item which must be informated :


The scope of Regulation
Safety works Organization
Works accident Report
First Aid for Accident.

Technical Terms
Safety Site Plan
Definition of safety Sign
Dangerous area and the source of dangerous area
The commont accident to the similar job
Accident prevention
Using body protector to avoid accident
Disturbance during the working time ( i.e, air, pollution, noise )

Terms on other stipulation


Technical stipulation on scaffolding, stairs, lifting tool, and land works.

Environment :
Public Order
Disturbance against public environment system ( ex . Discarding hard substance,
garbage, in to gutter, and etc )
Prevention against brawling, stealing, and security, disturbance.
Fire prevention in working site and rest site.

Training For New Employee


When : Periodecally ( According to the project condition )
Place : Working Area
By : Project Staff
Subject :
General of Health and Safety Management System
Safety Plan ate the Project
The improvement of health and safety condition
The dominant accident, which accurred
The prevention step that should be carried out
Order the manpower in using body protector
Explain the evacuation procedure in an emergency condition.

Personil Protective Equipment ( PPE )


PPE is the last defense when indetified health or safety hazard cannot be adequately control by engineering method, work
practices or administrative controls. The personal protective equipment selected must fit to employee, and use as design. It is
employees' responsibility to use PPE properly, understand where and PPE must be used, understand type of PPE need,
understand limit of protector from PPE and take good care of the PPE.

PPE Guidelines
Government Regulation : UU No. 01/1970
Employer must provide PPE for their employee
Employer must identify and explain : work hazards, PPE require each works place, PPE for employee for &
procedure to work with safety.
Employee must give correct information, use PPE with proper, and comply with all safety ruler.

PPE Specification
Head Protector
AS/NZS 1801 Occupation Protective Helmet or equivalent, electric protective & manufacture color.

Hearing Protection
Hearing Protection ( ear plugs or ear muffs ) shall be worn when working in designated high noise level areas, or
when using tools or equipment producing high noise level.

Length of Exposure 8 5 4 2 Hours/day


Noise Level 85 87 88 91 dBA
Length of Exposure 1 0.5 0.25 0.13 Hours/day
Noise Level 94 97 100 103 dBA

Eye and Protection


ANZS1337 Eye protector for industrial application or equivalent .
Eye/Protection protection ( goggles, safety glasses, or face shield/hood ) shall be worn at designated locations and
work areas, dictated by the PPE procedure ( i.e doing grinding )

Body Protection
- Work wear on steam field area shall have long sleeves.
- Work wear for night shall be completed with high visibility apparel i.e. fluorescence strip.
- Body protection for chemical handling material must provide protection from chemical solvent.

Foot Wear Protection


ANSI Z.41.1 Protection foot with impact resistant rating class 50 or equivalent, for general used minimum height 6
inch (protect ankle), for chemical handling minimum height 10 inch with material protective from chemical solvent,
for electrical field must equip with anti static, for construction with hazard puncture metal sharp must equip with
steel mid sole. Footwear (safety shoes/boots) shall always be worn at all times when working in all operating and
or construction areas.

Hand Protection
For chemical handling must made chemical solvent protection, for electric work must be electric shock proof
higher than available voltage where the work performs, for handling sharp material must be cut resistant.

Fall Protection Equipment


ANSI A10. 14 fall protective device or equivalent, Harnesses and Lanyards shall meet ANSI Z359.1 (Safety
Requirements for Personal Fall Arrest Systems, Subsystems and Components) or equivalent.

Respirators:
Types of Respirators used must consider with the characteristic of the contaminants which wish to avoid. Some
type of Respirators: dust mask, gas mask, Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Supplied Air Respirator.

Special PPE
Electrical work shall comply with NFPA 70 E standard for electrical safety requirements for employee work place.