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HAZARD

IDENTIFICATION &
RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT: BINZAGR NDC 119012 CONTRACTOR NAME: NESMA TRADING CO. LTD.
HIRA NO. ADD SEQUENCE
LOCATION: KAEC RABIGH
NUMBER
JOB DESCRIPTION

CURING COMPOUND APPLICATION


Name: FARID ALI CHEAITO Position: Project Manager Signature Date:
Name: ALLAN SIASON Position: Safety Supervisor Signature Date:

P.P.E REQUIREMENTS PLANT, EQUIPMENT & TOOLS FOR TAGGING & SIGNS PERMITS/INSTRUCTION
“Check ” JOB “Check ” “Check ”
“Check ”
Air Purifying Persons
Safety Harness Ladder Excavator MSDSs
Respirator Working Above
Confined Space Compresso Instruction
Static Line Hand Tools Barrier Mesh
Harness r Manual
Tinted Safety Extension
Gloves - PVC Shovel Flagging HV Access
Glasses Leads
Clear Safety Floor/Roof
Gloves – Rubber Trower Backhoe Personal Locks
Glasses Opening
Gloves -Leather Power Personal
Goggles Compactor Hot Work
Riggers Source Danger Tags
Out of Service
Face Shield Gloves - Welder Drill Crane Isolation
Tags

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Cotton Information
Sun Screen Grinder EWP Excavation
gloves Tags
Hearing Fire
Dust Musk Fans Barricade Confined Space
Protection Extinguisher
Suspended
Safety Helmet Safety Shoes Fire Blanket Scissor Lift Warning Signs Personnel
Platform
Skills/Competencies/Authorisations
“Check ”
Articulating Boom Crane Type and Asbestos
Dozer Grader
Lift Capacity: Removalist
Heavy Rigid
Scissor Lift Excavator Scraper
Vehicle
Concrete Placing Forklift Type and Front End
Rigger Articulated Vehicle
Boom Capacity: Loader
Personnel Hoist Boom Truck Backhoe Scaffolder Boat

RISK SCORE CALCULATOR


Use The Risk Score Calculator To Determine The Level Of Risk Of Each Hazard
LOW 1 TO SEVERITY Hierarchy of Controls
PROBABILITY

6 1 2 3 4 5
Can the product or process be Substituted
for a less hazardous alternative?
Can the hazard be Engineered away with
MEDIUM 8 TO 2 4 6 8 10 guards or barriers?
12 3 6 9 12 15
Can Administration Controls be adopted
ie procedures, job rotation etc

HIGH 15 TO 4 8 12 16 20 Can Personal Protective Equipment &


Clothing be worn to safe guard against
25 5 10 15 20 25 hazards?

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

Admin - Pre-Task Briefing to be conducted by the


Unauthorized, untrained workers foreman prior to work commencement
 Task specific safety training to be
Prepare work area Cuts provided Site Engineer, Foreman,
1 4 5 H 2 3 L
 Authorized personnel to undertake the Workers
Abrasions job
 Daily safety inspection should be carried
and eliminate the hazard
2 Transportation of Unauthorized, Untrained 4 5 H Elimination - Vehicle not to be lef unattended at 2 3 L Site Engineer, Foreman,
curing compound Workers site (i.e. to be switch off mode if required, hand Operator, Rigger,
to site using with brake, low gear engage and keys removed) Flagman, Workers
trailer, pickup, fork Poor maintenance of vehicle  Vehicle routes kept free of obstructions
lif (with spillages being cleaned up
Speedy operation promptly)
 Keep drums in a levelled area.
Over turn
Engineering Control - Provide wooden chokes to
Over load avoid rolling.

Uneven ground causing Admin - Ensure the forklif engaged is tested and
equipment to overturn having valid license and the operator has valid
license and approved 3rd party certificate.
 Engage trained and certified banks man.
 Barrication and warning signs in to the

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

area where lifing operation is carried out


and restrict the entry.
 Check list should be carried out to their
vehicles by the operator prior to start any
work
 The forklif and trucks shall be
periodically maintained and a periodical
check has been done by the maintenance
team.
 Safe working load should be carry by
forklif and trucks and secure the load
before it is travelling.
 Any reversing that is necessary should be
overseen by a trained flagman / Banks
man.
 Operator should follow the site speed
limit and obey the traffic rules.
 Colour coded system to be implemented
to all lifing equipment as per the month.

PPE – Operators, rigger, banksman must worn


high level of reflecting vest and adequate PPE
( Shoe, helmet, leather gloves, goggles, over all )

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

Substitution - Use easy mode of transport like


trolley etc.

Admin – Pre-task briefing to be conducted by the


foreman prior to work commencement
 Any lifing tasks shall be carried out by
persons physically capable to do so
Incorrect lifing of loads  No employee should be asked to carry
loads above his capacity and in any case
Sharp edges. no load shall exceed 30kg per man.
 Mass of the load is more then to be
Placing the object while equally shared Site Engineer, Foreman,
3 Manual Handling 4 5 H 2 3 L
fingers underneath.  Deploy enough number of personnel for Workers
lifing shall be appointed to the task
Slip/trip/fall ( same level ) depending upon the type of load to be
lifed.
Unsafe posture  Load not to be lifed above your shoulder
height
 Keep your fingers away from pinch point
while placing the load

PPE - Proper personal protective equipment to be


used while manual handling of materials and
loads.

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

4 4 5 H Elimination - Only required quantity to take for 2 3 L Site Engineer, Foreman,


the work Storekeeper, Workers
Handling chemicals Unauthorized, untrained  Do not store chemicals at non designated
and application workers areas.
( Antisol E-15 –  Old/ empty container return to store for
concrete curing Spillage proper disposal
compound )  Container should check for leakage before
Poor ventilation handling

Fire Engineering Control - Adequate lighting and


ventilation to be provided
Health hazards ( External /
Internal ) Admin - Pre-task briefing to be conducted by the
foreman prior to work commencement
 Task specific safety training to be
provided
 Ensure the chemicals are stored as per
the manufacturer recommendation and
identification.
 MSDS to be referred prior and to follow
the manufacturer instruction
 Trained and authorized person to do the
job
 Personnel hygiene to be maintained while
and afer use of chemicals

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

 All spillage clean by warm water and soap


when wet and mineral spirit when it’s dry.

PPE - Rubber gloves, overall, helmet, vest, shoe,


 Goggles, mask to be worn while during
the activity
Slip, trip and fall
Elimination - Defective tools should not be issued
Damaged warn out hand or used to perform the task, to be checked by
tools store keeper
 Hand tools shall be free from oil, grease.
Working with Hand
Flying objects  Don’t work with oily or greased hands Site Engineer, Foreman,
5 tools ( brush, 4 5 H 2 3 L
 Use right tools for the job Storekeeper, Workers
broom )
PPE - Use eye/ face protection when there is
Using incorrect type flying materials hazard, wear gloves while
required to protect the hands

6 Stacking and 4 5 H Elimination - No storage of materials to be done 2 3 L Site Engineer,


storing Unauthorized, untrained in the work place, only required quantity to be Storekeeper, Foreman,
workers taken for the job. Workers
 All materials shall be stored below 2
Material fall from height meter height.
 Store unmixed materials in a cool
Improper stacking (preferably temperature controlled)

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

environment, avoiding exposure to direct


sunlight.
 Arrange shading as necessary for storing
materials.

Substitution - If the material is too heavy, use


Collapse of materials
hydraulic trolley to shif the material.

PPE - Personnel protective equipment must wear


at all time during the activity. (Helmet, shoe, vest,
overall, gloves, goggles, mask.)
6 Working with Fall from height 4 5 H Elimination - The ladder should extend minimum 2 3 L Site Engineer, Foreman,
ladder one meter from the top for safe movement Workers
Over reaching  Heavy materials should not be carried
 Do not erect in slippery, uneven surface
Over loading  Should be set up with a 4 vertical to 1
horizontal slope ( 4:1 )
Obstructing the access way  Step ladder must fully open and lock and
the devices to be as per manufacturer
Slippery or uneven surface  Defective ladder should not be used and
report it immediately
 Do not work from the top of two rungs
 Remember the 3 point contact
 Do not work in front of the door. If work is
carried then locked the door or blocked

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

off
 Ladder to be used for short duration
works only limited to 15 min.

Admin - Pre-task briefing to be conducted by the


foreman prior to work commencement
 Inspection and maintenance to be
registered and recorded by the store
keeper
 Colour coded system to be implemented
7 Working with Defective equipment 4 5 H Elimination – Defective tools should not be issued 2 3 L Site Engineer, Foreman,
power tool or used to perform a task Storekeeper, Mechanic,
equipment ( Air Electrocution  Don’t lay the cables around the access Workers
Compressor for way, it should be proper routing
cleaning) Improper use of equipment  The pressure of compressed air used for
cleaning purposes must be reduced to
Poor maintenance 30 psi or less.
 Compressed air must not be used for
Untrained workers cleaning or blowing dust from any part
of the body or clothing.
Flying object  Compressed air equipment must never
be pointed at a person.
Noise and vibration  Air supplying hoses exceeding 1/2 inch
(1.2cm) internal diameter must be
protected by excess flow valves.

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

Engineering Control – All portable power tools


should be fitted with adequate fuse protection
either in the tool body or in its electrical plug.
 Air line hoses for tools and other
equipment shall be secured by a whip-
check to prevent uncontrolled whipping
in the event that hoses come apart under
pressure.
 Compressed air hoses must have quick-
release couplings at either end.

Admin – Pre-task briefing to be conducted by the


foreman prior to work commencement
 Job related training to be provided
 PTW to be applied and obtained prior to
start, if spark producing activity is
performed
 Monthly inspection should be carried out
by the electrician and record to be kept at
the store
 The weight, size, and type of tool should
be selected to suit the job being carried
out
 Industrial distribution board and socket

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

only to be used at site


 Correct rate of breaker should be used
 Only those persons who have been
adequately trained and experienced in
the use of tool should be allowed
 Tools should be stored and maintained in
good working condition
 Air lines shall be protected from
damage, inspected regularly, and
maintained in a good condition.

PPE – Appropriate PPE should use (goggles,


gloves, shoe, helmet, overall, vest)
9 Working in near Material/equipment fall 5 5 H Engineering Control - Rigid barricade to be 2 3 L Site Engineer, Foreman,
floor openings or from height provided to all external edges and where a fall can Workers
open excavation occur.
Slip/trip/fall
Admin – Pre-task briefing to be conducted by the
foreman prior to work commencement
 PTW to be applied and obtained prior to
start work
 Warning signboards to be provided in
those areas.

PPE - PPE to be used at all times ( Helmet, Shoes,

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Risk Rank Risk Rank
BEFORE AFTER
JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
HAZARD CONTROL METHOD
STEP DESCRI List the potential hazards that RESPONSIBLE

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY
RISK RESULT

RISK RESULT
List the control measures required to eliminate or

SEVERITY

SEVERITY
NO. PTION could cause injury/damage when PERSON
minimise the risk of injury
the task step is performed

Vest, Overall, Harness )


Elimination - All materials to be staged in proper
manner without obstacles
Poor illumination
While working at Engineering Control - Proper illumination to be Site Engineer, Foreman,
10 4 5 H 2 3 L
night shif provided light post to be secured from fall Workers
Slip/trip/fall
Admin - Proper cable management system to be
followed
Admin - Drink plenty of water
Dehydration
 Proper awareness of heat stress
symptoms Site Engineer, Foreman,
11 Working in hot Sunburn 4 5 H 2 3 L
 Avoid highly physical tasks during the Workers
weather
hottest part of the day
Skin Cancer
 Isotonic drinks to be provided

Admin - General housekeeping, Remove all


Poor housekeeping surface, unwanted waste materials from the
Site Engineer, Foreman,
12 Work Completion 4 4 M building 2 3 L
Workers
Slip/trip/fall  All necessary precautions will be adopted
to prevent fire

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