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RISK RATING METHOD

Once all the hazards have been identified and the control measures currently in place have been highlighted, the risk
rating can be completed. Trivial risks should be included but can usually be ignored.

Risk Rating -Two things contribute to the risk arising from a hazard

1. How likely it is that the hazard will cause an accident (Likelihood)

Unlikely If other factors were present an accident/illness/incident might occur but the probability
1 is low

Possible An accident/illness/incident may happen if additional factors precipitate, but unlikely to


2 occur
3 Probable An accident/illness/incident will happen if additional factors precipitate
4 Very Likely An accident/illness/incident will happen if additional factors are not eliminated
5 Certain If work continues as it is there is almost a 100% chance that an accident will happen

2. If it did cause an accident how severe the consequence would be (Severity)

1 Minor Minor injury/ First Aid/lost time/delay


2 Low Over 3 day injury
3 Medium Reportable injury/ disease/ occurrence. Temporary disability
4 High Permanent total/partial disability
5 Major Multiple/single death

RISK MATRIX

Likelihood 1 2 3 4 5
Unlikely Possible Probabl Likely Certain
e
1 Minor Low Low Low Low Medium
2 Low Low Low Medium Medium Medium
3 Medium Low Medium Medium High High
4 High Low Medium High High High
5 Major Medium Medium High High High
Severity

The risk rating for individual hazards can then be classified as follows:
The higher the score, the higher the risk and the higher the hazard priority for control measures

Individual Risk Rating

This is the usual rating you would expect and in the majority of cases is the normal
1-4 LOW condition using the correct control measures, but an accident or incident could still
happen.
Record the finding of your assessment and introduce additional control measure to
5 - 10 MEDIUM improve the Risk rating. Certain activities will be out of your control so every effort
should be exercised when carrying out such activities with medium risk
11 - 25 HIGH Stop immediately/do not start activity and seek further advice.
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at

Severity)
Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

1 High Voltage AC High Voltage Test Kit High Voltage High Voltage O,C 3 5 High Manufacturers Information's/instructions / Manual must be available and referred to 1 3 Low Arc/ Flash
Testing DC High Voltage Test Kit Electrical Shock Arc Burns to by Testing engineer and electrical crew. Ensure preparation and implementation of Protective Suit,
Insulation Tester 5 KV / Electrical Skin, serious detailed testing method statement to carry out the High Voltage Testing Training in
(Megger-1550 B) Flash/ ear damage All Equipment used for the test shall be inspected and tagged certified as FIT FOR Electrical Safety
Insulation Tester 1 KV Explosion / Fire and memory PURPOSE and shall have valid Calibration Certificate. to all Personnel
(Megger-BM400/2) loss due to Involved in High
Ensure Testing notification is provided and acknowledgement received from all
Transformer Ratio Test Kit concussion, Voltage Testing
concern personnel prior to carrying out the test.
(Biddle Instrument) Fatalities ,
Micro OHM Meter Damage to Lock out, Tag out permit must be obtained before commencing the work and all the
(Megger-DLRO-200) Property, procedures of lock out , tag out and test to confirm circuits are de-energized must
Primary Injection Kit Electrical be followed.
(Programma Oden) Equipments, Ensure no work is carried out on any part of the HV apparatus unless such parts of
Secondary Injection Kit Materials the apparatus are dead , Isolated and practicable steps taken to lock off from live
(Freja-300) conductors , Efficiently connected to earth at all points of disconnection of supply to
Digital Multimeter ( Fluke such apparatus or between such points and the points of work
& Megger)
Ensure testing is carried out only by competent , authorized and trained personnel
Analog Multimeter
AC 3 Phase Varian All cables shall be discharged before and after the application of test voltage.
Transformer Winding Only Authorized Personnel to be present in the testing Area. Screen all personnel
Resistance Tester entering the testing area and ensure caution and danger notices are fixed and the
(Omicron CPL100) area barricaded with sign “High voltage test in progress
Digital Clamp Meter (Tong Danger notice / Warning signs must be attached during the time apparatus is
Tester) (Megger-DLM considered energized.
2039)
CT Ration & Polarity Test Ensure good housekeeping in testing area
Kit (Cter-91) AVO Fire extinguisher to be placed in the testing area
Torque Wrench (Norber) All personnel involved in the High Voltage testing to be trained in CPR and First Aid.
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety
shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety helmet that have been approved for the rated
electrical work. Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss. Follow
the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided
2 Cable Pulling, Cable Jack Awkward Injuries to Body O,A,P 3 3 Medium PPE.
Ensure adequate planning to reduce manual handling of the cable by workers by 1 2 Low Training in
Handling Heavy Lifting Equipment Movement of resulting in using mechanical devices and expose to Hot and Humid environment by carrying out Manual Handling
and Big Size Winch Body, Working musculoskeleta outdoor work by working in early morning and evening hours. ( Provide adequate to all personnel
Cable Wire Rope in hot/humid l disorders breaks)
All determined work permits should be obtain before the start of the work activity and involved in
Rollers Environment, (MSD), control measures implemented. Cable Pulling &
Pulleys Tripping Fractures to Handling of
Hand Tools Hazards, hand and other Ensure only Competent well trained and experienced person are in charge of Heavy and big
High lift/scissor lifts to the Entrapment of parts of the winching operation and winch is installed as per manufactures recommendation and size cable
required level hand by Cable body, Fatalities is FIT FOR PURPOSE.
HIAB pulling WINCH Drive unit / moving part must be fully guarded
Hydraulic cutters winches, Fall
Winch should be well lubricated and free of dirt and grit.
Crimping Tools from Height,
Set of Tool Box Roll over of Ensure employees are trained on correct manual handing procedure /manual
Torque Wrench Cable Drum, handling risk factors and how injuries can occur and implement use Good handling
Testing Equipment Crushing of technique for lifting and pulling cables to reduce MSD injuries
Ladder hand due to fall Ensure the working area is free from obstructions
Scaffolding for cable drum Rope should be checked for any visible damages prior to use by competent person.
from stand, Hit
by moving Rope or chain should be properly secured to the drum by competent person.
forklift, Hit by Rope should be coiled when not in use and storage in appropriate location.
Cable Drum Ensure adequate lighting in the work area
during Ensure vehicles/equipment used for lifting operations are FIT FOR PURPOSE and
unloading
certified/operated by competent person.
operations by
HIAB, Drawing Fork Lift and HIAB driver to be licensed, well trained and experience to carry out
in or caught in lifting operations. ( Follow control measures for lifting & machinery operations)
between the
Ensure the area is properly barricaded with warning tapes and warning signs
rope and drum,
displayed while carrying out lifting operations
Whiplash
occurring in the All necessary warning signs are displayed at appropriate locations
event of a rope
or chain failure

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Scaffolding for cable drum
from stand, Hit
by moving
forklift, Hit by
Cable Drum HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
during
unloading
operations by

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
HIAB, Drawing

Severity)
in or caught in

Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used between the Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
rope and drum, Level
Whiplash
occurring in the
event of a rope Ensure only trained certified and competent person carry out the erection and
or chain failure dismantling of scaffolding used for cable pulling. Follow Working At Height
procedure / control measures
Erect scaffolding according to safety regulations and standards for design and
assembly requirements and are inspected on a weekly basis
Ensure employees working at height follow Working At Height procedure / control
measures.
Ensure protective clothing provide is less restrictive and allows free movement of the
body
Ensure Rigger gloves are worn during cable pulling
Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
carried out under drink sun.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Wear Safety shoes or boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness
while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
3 Installation of MV Switchgear, HIAB, Awkward Crushing, O,A,C 3 4 High Manufacturers Information's/instructions / Manual must be available and referred to 1 3 Low
MV Switchgear. Craw Bars – Heavy Duty, Movement of Contusion, by Lifting supervisor and crew. Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed
Pipe – Heavy Duty,‘C’ Body, Working Injury to hand method statement to carry out the installation of MV Switchgear.
Clamp, Drilling Machine in hot/humid and parts of Only trained and experience and competent personnel shall carry out the task.
, Lifting Equipments, Environment, body, Injuries
Heavy Duty Rollers, Tripping to Body Ensure the slings are properly secured to the switchgear and all personnel leave
Wooden Planks, Hand Hazards, resulting in alone the panels before starting the lifting operations.
Tools, Wire Ropes, Entrapment of musculoskeleta Ensure Rigger gloves are worn while using heavy duty pipes and crow bars.
Shackles, Belts, etc. of hand, Fall from l disorders Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
suitable capacity. Height, (MSD), be fixed in proper angle.
Crane Injury ,Head Fractures to
, Trailer injury, cuts to hand and other Ensure ladder is free from defects and rungs of the ladder are not deformed.
, Set of Tool Box, Torque hand Hit by parts of the Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Wrench, Ladder, Spanner moving forklift, body, Fatalities used.
All the lifting gears must be inspected and certified fit for use by the third party
Set Hit by within six months.
switchgear
during Half yearly inspection of lifting gears shall be done by the competent people and
unloading color coding shall be done accordingly.
operations by Daily inspection ( visual check ) shall be done by Rigger before the actual use.
HIAB, Drawing
Lifting operation must be controlled by a qualified rigger.
in or caught in
between the The equipment must be inspected and certified by third party.
rope and drum, The equipment must be checked daily as per the inspection check list to ensure its
Whiplash suitability before use.
occurring in the
Hard , leveled and compacted ground shall be used for placing the equipment ( HIAB
event of a rope
). If ground is fluffy or bit sandy, then metal sheet shall be used under the float pad.
or chain failure,
contusion. Fork Lift and HIAB driver to be licensed, well trained and experience to carry out
Dislocation lifting operations. ( Follow control measures for lifting & machinery operations).
Injury, Low
back ache and Out riggers shall be extended fully and wooden pad must be placed under it. All the
spinal cord tiers shall be off the ground then only the operation shall start.
( Vertebra ) Equipment must not go out of radius or lift more than the capacity as it can cause
problem to the equipment (HIAB) to topple.
personnel,
severe injury or Use Tag lines to control the swing of the load.
fatality due to No one should come under or near to load.
fall of Ensure the area is properly barricaded with warning tapes and warning signs
switchgear displayed while carrying out lifting operations
during lifting
operations. Lift must be vertical and slow. Tugging and pulling must not be done which can
cause the load go out of radius and ultimately toppling of the crane .
Only competent riggers shall do the operation

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Injury, Low
back ache and
spinal cord
( Vertebra )
problem to
personnel,
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
severe injury or
fatality due to

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
fall of

Severity)
switchgear

Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used during lifting Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards
operations. to reduce Risk
Level

Take care that the load does not hit the structure or any other object while lifting or
lowering the load.
Avoid bringing your body or parts of your body between two objects ( pinch points )
Use tongs or some other suitable tools to hold the job.
Avoid manual handling as for as reasonably practicable. Ensure Pallet truck is used
to move the switch gear to the desired location.
Try to lift load that you can lift easily. If the load is big then help of two or more
people shall be taken.
Keep the leg apart and keep the load closer to your body.
Suitable gloves shall be worn. Have proper grip on the load.
Keep your back straight. Lift the load with the help of Arm muscles and thigh
muscles.
Avoid twisting the back.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness
while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
4 Installation of Crane Awkward Crushing, O,A,C 3 4 High Manufacturers Information's/instructions / Manual must be available and referred to 1 3 Low
Transformer Trailer Movement of Contusion, by Lifting supervisor and crew. Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed
‘CAMELON’ winch Body, Working Injury to hand method statement to carry out the installation of transformer.
Rollers – heavy duty in hot/humid and parts of Only trained and experience and competent personnel shall carry out the task.
Jacks – heavy duty Environment, body, Injuries
Wire Ropes, Shackles, Tripping to Body Ensure the slings are properly secured to the transformer and all personnel leave
Belts etc. of suitable Hazards, resulting in alone the panels before starting the lifting operations.
capacity Entrapment of musculoskeleta Ensure Rigger gloves are worn while using heavy duty pipes and crow bars.
Craw Bar – heavy duty hand, Fall from l disorders Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Drilling Machine Height, (MSD), be fixed in proper angle.
Hand Tools Injury ,Head Fractures to
Torque Wrench injury, cuts to hand and other Ensure ladder is free from defects and rungs of the ladder are not deformed.
Ladder hand Hit by parts of the Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Set of Tool Box moving forklift, body, Fatalities used.
All the lifting gears must be inspected and certified fit for use by the third party
Testing Equipments Hit by within six months.
Transformer switchgear
Crimper during Half yearly inspection of lifting gears shall be done by the competent people and
Cutter unloading color coding shall be done accordingly.
Pallet Trunk operations by Daily inspection ( visual check ) shall be done by Rigger before the actual use.
HIAB, Drawing
Lifting operation must be controlled by a qualified rigger.
in or caught in
between the The equipment must be inspected and certified by third party.
rope and drum, The equipment must be checked daily as per the inspection check list to ensure its
Whiplash suitability before use.
occurring in the Hard , leveled and compacted ground shall be used for placing the equipment ( HIAB
event of a rope ). If ground is fluffy or bit sandy, then metal sheet shall be used under the float pad.
or chain failure,
Fork Lift and HIAB driver to be licensed, well trained and experience to carry out
contusion.
lifting operations. ( Follow control measures for lifting & machinery operations).
Dislocation
Injury, Low Out riggers shall be extended fully and wooden pad must be placed under it. All the
back ache and tiers shall be off the ground then only the operation shall start.
spinal cord Equipment must not go out of radius or lift more than the capacity as it can cause
( Vertebra ) the equipment (HIAB) to topple.
problem to
personnel, Use Tag lines to control the swing of the load.
severe injury or No one should come under or near to load.
fatality due to Ensure the area is properly barricaded with warning tapes and warning signs
fall of displayed while carrying out lifting operations
transformer
during lifting Lift must be vertical and slow. Tugging and pulling must not be done which can
operations. cause the load go out of radius and ultimately toppling of the crane .
Only competent riggers shall do the operation

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Dislocation
Injury, Low
back ache and
spinal cord
( Vertebra ) HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
problem to
personnel,
severe injury or

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
fatality due to

Severity)
fall of

Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used transformer Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards
during lifting to reduce Risk
Level
operations.

Take care that the load does not hit the structure or any other object while lifting or
lowering the load.
Avoid bringing your body or parts of your body between two objects ( pinch points )
Use tongs or some other suitable tools to hold the job.
Avoid manual handling as for as reasonably practicable. Ensure Pallet truck is used
to move the transformer to the desired location.
Try to lift load that you can lift easily. If the load is big then help of two or more
people shall be taken.
Keep the leg apart and keep the load closer to your body.
Suitable gloves shall be worn. Have proper grip on the load.
Keep your back straight. Lift the load with the help of Arm muscles and thigh
muscles.
Avoid twisting the back.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness
while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
5 Installation of LV LV Switchgear / MCC / Awkward Crushing, O,A,C 3 4 High Manufacturers Information's/instructions / Manual must be available and referred to 1 3 Low
Switchgear Distribution Board Movement of Contusion, by Lifting supervisor and crew. Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed
/MCC / HIAB Body, Working Injury to hand method statement to carry out the installation of LV Switchgear / MCC / Distribution
Distribution ‘C’ Clamp in hot/humid and parts of Board.
Only trained and experience and competent personnel shall carry out the task.
Board Pipe – Metallic – Heavy Environment, body, Injuries
Duty Tripping to Body Ensure the slings are properly secured to the transformer and all personnel leave
Craw Bars – Heavy Duty Hazards, resulting in alone the panels before starting the lifting operations.
Drilling Machine Entrapment of musculoskeleta Ensure Rigger gloves are worn while using heavy duty pipes and crow bars.
Heavy Duty Rollers hand, Fall from l disorders Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Wooden Planks Height, (MSD), be fixed in proper angle.
Wire, Ropes, Shackles, Injury ,Head Fractures to
Belts etc. of suitable injury, cuts to hand and other Ensure ladder is free from defects and rungs of the ladder are not deformed.
capacity hand Hit by parts of the Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Set of Tool Box moving forklift, body, Fatalities used.
All the lifting gears must be inspected and certified fit for use by the third party
Torque Wrench Hit by within six months.
Spanner Set switchgear
Hand Tools during Half yearly inspection of lifting gears shall be done by the competent people and
Cable Cutter unloading color coding shall be done accordingly.
Crimping Tool operations by Daily inspection ( visual check ) shall be done by Rigger before the actual use.
Crane HIAB, Drawing Lifting operation must be controlled by a qualified rigger.
Lifting equipment in or caught in The equipment must be inspected and certified by third party.
between the
rope and drum, The equipment must be checked daily as per the inspection check list to ensure its
Whiplash suitability before use.
occurring in the Hard , leveled and compacted ground shall be used for placing the equipment ( HIAB
event of a rope ). If ground is fluffy or bit sandy, then metal sheet shall be used under the float pad.
or chain failure,
Fork Lift and HIAB driver to be licensed, well trained and experience to carry out
contusion.
lifting operations. ( Follow control measures for lifting & machinery operations).
Dislocation
Injury, Low Out riggers shall be extended fully and wooden pad must be placed under it. All the
back ache and tiers shall be off the ground then only the operation shall start.
spinal cord
( Vertebra ) Equipment must not go out of radius or lift more than the capacity as it can cause
the equipment (HIAB) to topple.
problem to
personnel, Use Tag lines to control the swing of the load.
severe injury or No one should come under or near to load.
fatality due to
fall of LV Ensure the area is properly barricaded with warning tapes and warning signs
Switchgear / displayed while carrying out lifting operations
MCC / Lift must be vertical and slow. Tugging and pulling must not be done which can
Distribution cause the load go out of radius and ultimately toppling of the crane .
Board during
lifting
operations.
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contusion.
Dislocation
Injury, Low
back ache and
spinal cord
( Vertebra )
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
problem to
personnel,

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
severe injury or

Severity)
fatality due to

Risk =
Residual
fallPotential
of LV Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards/
Switchgear to reduce Risk
Level
MCC /
Distribution
Board during
lifting Only competent riggers shall do the operation
operations. Take care that the load does not hit the structure or any other object while lifting or
lowering the load.
Avoid bringing your body or parts of your body between two objects ( pinch points )
Use tongs or some other suitable tools to hold the job.
Avoid manual handling as for as reasonably practicable. Ensure Pallet truck is used
to move the LV Switchgear / MCC / Distribution Board to the desired location.
Try to lift load that you can lift easily. If the load is big then help of two or more
people shall be taken.
Keep the leg apart and keep the load closer to your body.
Suitable gloves shall be worn. Have proper grip on the load.
Keep your back straight. Lift the load with the help of Arm muscles and thigh
muscles.
Avoid twisting the back.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness
while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
6 Installation of Welding Machine Awkward cuts, Crushing, O,A,C 3 4 High Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 1 3 Low
Cable Tray/ Cutting Machine Movement of Contusion, the installation of Cable Tray/ Ladder System. Tool Box talks to be conducted and
Ladder System Lifting Ropes Body, Working Injury to hand Method statement briefed to all personnel involved in the installation of Cable Tray/
Pulley in hot/humid and parts of Ladder System.
Only trained, experience and competent and authorized personnel shall carry out
Tool Box Set Environment, body, Injuries welding and grinding activity.
High Lift Tripping to Body
Drilling Machine Hazards, resulting in Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Grinding Machine Entrapment of musculoskeleta be fixed in proper angle.
Ladder hand, Fall from l disorders Ensure ladder used for fixing cable tray are free from defects and rungs of the ladder
Scaffolding Height, (MSD), Carpal are not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which
Hand Tools Injury ,Head tunnel carrying out work using the ladder.
injury, cuts to syndrome,
hand Fractures to Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Dislocation hand and other be fixed in proper angle.
Injury, Low parts of the Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
back ache and body, Fatalities used.
Avoid manual handling as for as reasonably practicable. Ensure Pallet truck is used
spinal cord , Heat Stress, to move the cable tray to the desired location.
( Vertebra ) Burns to skin,
problem to injury to eye, Try to lift load that you can lift easily. If the load is big then help of two or more
personnel due electrical shock people shall be taken.
to manual to body Keep the leg apart and keep the load closer to your body.
handling, Injury Suitable gloves shall be worn to avoid sharp edges of the cable tray. Ensure proper
to eye during grip on the load.
grinding and
welding Keep your back straight. Lift the load with the help of Arm muscles and thigh
operations, Fire muscles.
Avoid twisting the back.
due to poor Ensure all portable electrical equipment are tagged according to the tagging
housekeeping procedure and visual inspection to be carrying out on equipment prior to use.
around welding
and grinding Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
operations, tools replaced.
Electric shock Ensure all lifting ropes and pulley are free from defects and visually checked prior to
and burns to use.
skins while
handling Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
portable interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
electric summer months.
equipments

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grinding and
welding
operations, Fire
due to poor
housekeeping HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
around welding
and grinding
operations,

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
Electric shock

Severity)
Risk =
andPotential
burns to Residual
Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used skins while Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
handling Level
portable
electric
equipments Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear Eye glasses /face shield while carrying out drilling and grinding activity. All
PPE designed for welding activity to be used while carrying out welding. Wear hearing
protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness while working
at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of
the provided PPE.
7 Installation of GI Hand Tools Low back ache cuts, O,A,C 3 3 Medium Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 1 2 Low
Conduiting and Hand Drilling Machine and spinal cord Contusion, the Installation of GI Conduiting and wiring for Lighting and Small Power Installations.
wiring for Bending Machine ( Vertebra ) Injury to hand Tool Box talks to be conducted and Method statement and hazards in work location to
Lighting and OHMITE Spanner problem to and parts of briefed to all involved personnel
Small Power Hole Saw personnel due body, Physical Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out drilling activity.
Installations Chalk Line to awkward Injuries to Body
Sprit Level movement of resulting in Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Nylon Draw Ropes Body, Working musculoskeleta be fixed in proper angle.
Threading Stock & Dye in hot/humid l disorders Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
Ladder Environment, (MSD), Carpal not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which carrying
Fixed / Mobile Scaffolding Tripping tunnel out work using the ladder.
Hazards, , Fall syndrome,
Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
from Height, Fractures to
used.
Head injury, hand and other
stabbing injury, parts of the Avoid awkward position of the body. Use pipe bending machine to bend pipes. Keep
cuts to hand, body, Heat the Back Straight and avoid twisting the back while working
Injury to eye Stress, injury
during drilling, to eye, Suitable gloves shall be worn to avoid sharp edges of the GI pipes.
Electric shock electrical shock Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
and burns to to body tools replaced.
skins while
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
handling
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
portable
summer months.
electric
equipments Ensure safety glasses and gloves are worn while using bending machine.
Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear Eye glasses during drilling activity and while using pipe bending machine. Wear
hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness while
working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
8 Installation of Hand Tools Low back ache cuts, O,A,C 3 3 Medium Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 1 2 Low
PVC Conduiting Hand Drilling Machine and spinal cord Contusion, the Installation of PVC Conduiting and wiring for Lighting and Small Power
and wiring for Bending Spring ( Vertebra ) Injury to hand Installations. Tool Box talks to be conducted and Method statement and hazards in
Lighting and OHMITE Spanner problem to and parts of work location to briefed to all involved personnel
Small Power Hole Saw personnel due body, Physical Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out drilling activity.
Installations Chalk Line to awkward Injuries to Body
Sprit Level movement of resulting in Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Nylon Draw Ropes Body, Working musculoskeleta be fixed in proper angle.
Ladder in hot/humid l disorders Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
Scaffolding Environment, (MSD), Carpal not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which carrying
Tripping tunnel out work using the ladder.
Hazards, , Fall syndrome,
Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
from Height, Fractures to
used.
Head injury, hand and other
stabbing injury, parts of the Avoid awkward position of the body. Use pipe bending spring to bend pipes. Keep
cuts to hand, body, Heat the Back Straight and avoid twisting the back while working
Injury to eye Stress, injury
during drilling, to eye, Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
Electric shock electrical shock interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
and burns to to body summer months.
skins while Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
handling Wear Eye glasses during drilling activity and while using pipe bending machine. Wear
portable hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness while
electric working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
equipments maintenance of the provided PPE.
9 Light fitting & Tool box set Low back ache cuts, O,A,C,V 4 3 High Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 2 2 Low
small power Hand Tools and spinal cord Contusion, Light fitting & small power installations. Tool Box talks to be conducted and Method
installations Drilling machine. ( Vertebra ) Injury to hand statement and hazards in work location to briefed to all involved personnel
Multimeter problem to and parts of
Meggar body, Physical
HS-P1-F3.1 7 of 29
High lift. Injuries to Body
Spanner Set resulting in
Ladder musculoskeleta
Scaffolding l disorders
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at

Severity)
Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
9 Light fitting & Tool box set cuts, O,A,C,V 4 3 High 2 2 Level
Low
small power Hand Tools Contusion,
installations Drilling machine. Injury to hand
Multimeter problem to and parts of Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out drilling activity.
Meggar personnel due body, Physical
High lift. to awkward Injuries to Body Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Spanner Set movement of resulting in be fixed in proper angle.
Ladder Body, Working musculoskeleta Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
Scaffolding in hot/humid l disorders not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which carrying
Environment, (MSD), Carpal out work using the ladder.
Tripping tunnel
Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Hazards, , Fall syndrome,
used.
from Height, Fractures to
Head injury, hand and other Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
stabbing injury, parts of the back while working
cuts to hand, body, Heat
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
Injury to eye Stress, injury
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
during drilling, to eye,
summer months.
Electric shock electrical shock
and burns to to body Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
skins while Wear clear safety glasses during drilling activity. Wear dark safety glasses while
handling working under direct sun. Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing
portable loss, Wear Safety harness while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s
electric instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
10 Installation of Hand Tools equipments
Low back ache cuts, O,A,C 3 4 High Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 2 2 Low
works relevant Scaffolding and spinal cord Contusion, works relevant to installation of earthing & bonding. Tool Box talks to be conducted
to earthing & Drill Machine ( Vertebra ) Injury to hand and Method statement and hazards in work location to briefed to all involved
bonding. Earth tester problem to and parts of personnel
Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out drilling activity.
Continuity tester personnel due body, Physical
Tool box set to awkward Injuries to Body Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Ladder movement of resulting in be fixed in proper angle.
Hand Crimper Body, Working musculoskeleta Ensure scaffolding planks are place atop the rebar's to allow safe access
Spanner Set in hot/humid l disorders Extra care and attention to be taken while walking over uneven surfaces and rebar's
Hydraulic Crimper Environment, (MSD), Carpal
Torque Wrench Tripping tunnel Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
Gas welding set Hazards while syndrome, tools replaced.
walking over Heat Stress Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
rebar's, , Fall while working back while working
from same under direct Fire extinguisher to be placed near gas welding operations. Ensure the value of gas
level, Head sun, strain, cylinder are turned off after the job is complete and the excess gas is discharged
injury, cuts to injury to ankle/ from the nozzle. Pressure is released. Ensure all control measures related to gas
hand, Injury to leg while cutting are carried out.
eye during walking on
ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
drilling, Electric uneven surface
carried out under direct sun.
shock and or rebar's,
burns to skins injury to eye, Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
while handling electrical shock interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
portable to body, Burns summer months.
electric to body/ eye Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
equipments, injury Wear clear safety glasses during drilling activity. Wear dark safety glasses while
Fire, burns, working under direct sun. Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing
explosion due loss, Wear Safety harness while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s
to gas welding. instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
11 Installation of Hand Tools Low back ache Cuts, O,A,C 3 4 High Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 2 2 Low
Lightning Scaffolding and spinal cord Contusion, works relevant to Installation of Lightning Protection System. Tool Box talks to be
Protection Drill Machine ( Vertebra ) Injury to hand conducted and Method statement and hazards in work location to briefed to all
System Earth tester problem to and parts of involved personnel
Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out drilling activity.
Continuity Tester personnel due body, Physical
Tool box set to awkward Injuries to Body Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Ladder movement of resulting in be fixed in proper angle.
Hand crimper Body, Working musculoskeleta Ensure scaffolding planks are place atop the rebar's to allow safe access
Spanner set. in hot/humid l disorders Extra care and attention to be taken while walking over uneven surfaces and rebar's
Environment, (MSD), Carpal Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
Tripping tunnel tools replaced.
Hazards while syndrome,
walking over Heat Stress Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
rebar's, , Fall while working back while working
from same
level/ Height, HS-P1-F3.1 8 of 29
Head injury,
cuts to hand,
Injury to eye
11 Installation of Hand Tools Low back ache O,A,C 3 4 High 2 2 Low
Lightning Scaffolding and spinal cord
Protection Drill Machine ( Vertebra )
System Earth tester
Continuity Tester
problem to
personnel due
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
Tool box set to awkward
Ladder movement of

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
Hand crimper Body, Working

Severity)
Spanner set. in hot/humid

Risk =
Residual
Environment,
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Tripping
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level
Hazards while
walking over
rebar's, , Fall while working
from same under direct Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
level/ Height, sun, strain, not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which carrying
Head injury, injury to ankle/ out work using the ladder.
cuts to hand, leg while Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Injury to eye walking on used.
Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
during drilling, uneven surface carried out under direct sun.
Electric shock or rebar's,
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
and burns to injury to eye,
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
skins while electrical shock
summer months.
handling to body,
portable Fractures to Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
electric hand and other Wear clear safety glasses during drilling activity. Wear dark safety glasses while
equipments, parts of the working under direct sun. Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing
body, loss, Wear Safety harness while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s
Fatalities. instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
12 Installation of Drilling Machine Awkward Crushing, O,A,C 3 4 High Manufacturers Information's/instructions / Manual must be available and referred to 2 2 Low
Centralized Tool Box Movement of Contusion, by Lifting supervisor and crew. Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed
Battery System Multi Meter Body, Working Injury to hand method statement to carry out the installation of the control panel
for Emergency Megger in hot/humid and parts of Only trained and experience and competent personnel shall carry out the task.
Lighting Continuity Tester Environment, body, Injuries
Ensure the slings are properly secured to the control panel and all personnel leave
Variable Load Bank Tripping to Body
alone the panels before starting the lifting operations.
HIAB Hazards, resulting in
Hand Tools Entrapment of musculoskeleta Ensure Rigger gloves are worn while using heavy duty pipes and crow bars.
Craw Bar hand, Fall from l disorders Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Pipes – Heavy duty – Height, (MSD), Heat be fixed in proper angle.
Metallic Injury ,Head Stress while Ensure ladder is free from defects and rungs of the ladder are not deformed.
Torque Wrench injury, cuts to working under
Spanner Set hand , Hit by direct sun, Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Crimping Tool control panel Fractures to used.
All the lifting gears to be used must be inspected and have a valid certificate certified
Rollers during hand and other fit for use by the third party
Testing Equipment & unloading parts of the Ensure Half yearly inspection have been carried out on lifting gears by a competent
Materials operations by body, Fatalities people and color coding has been done accordingly.
Scaffolding HIAB, Drawing
in or caught in Visual inspection shall be done by Rigger before the actual use.
between the Lifting operation must be controlled by a qualified rigger.
rope and drum,
The equipment must be inspected and certified by third party.
Whiplash
occurring in the The equipment must be checked per the inspection check list to ensure its suitability
event of a rope before use.
or chain failure, Hard , leveled and compacted ground shall be used for placing the equipment
contusion. ( HIAB). If ground is fluffy or bit sandy, then metal sheet shall be used under the float
Dislocation pad.
Fork Lift and HIAB driver to be licensed, well trained and experience to carry out
Injury, Low
lifting operations. ( Follow control measures for lifting & machinery operations).
back ache and
spinal cord Out riggers shall be extended fully and wooden pad must be placed under it. All the
( Vertebra ) tiers shall be off the ground then only the operation shall start.
problem to Equipment must not go out of radius or lift more than the capacity as it can cause
personnel, the equipment (HIAB) to topple.
severe injury or
Use Tag lines to control the swing of the load.
fatality due to
fall of control No one should come under or near to load.
during lifting Ensure the area is properly barricaded with warning tapes and warning signs
operations. displayed while carrying out lifting operations
Lift must be vertical and slow. Tugging and pulling must not be done which can
cause the load go out of radius and ultimately toppling of the crane .
Only competent riggers shall do the operation
Take care that the load does not hit the structure or any other object while lifting or
lowering the load.
Avoid bringing your body or parts of your body between two objects ( pinch points )
Use tongs or some other suitable tools to hold the job.

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severe injury or
fatality due to
fall of control
during lifting
operations. HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at

Severity)
Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Avoid manual handling as for as reasonably practicable. Ensure Pallet truck is used
to move the switch gear to the desired location.
Try to lift load that you can lift easily. If the load is big then help of two or more
people shall be taken.
Keep the leg apart and keep the load closer to your body.
Suitable gloves shall be worn. Have proper grip on the load.
Keep your back straight. Lift the load with the help of Arm muscles and thigh
muscles.
Avoid twisting the back.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Wear Safety shoes and boots, Wear clear Safety Glasses indoor and Dark Safety
glasses under direct sunlight. Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness
while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
13 Installation of Street Light Poles Awkward Cuts, O,A,P 3 4 High Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 2 2 Low Traffic police
Street Lightning JCB-Excavator Movement of Contusion, works relevant to Installation of Street Lightning System. Tool Box talks to be presence during
Pole HIAB Body, Working head Injuries, conducted and Method statement and hazards (especially road traffic) in work the work
Crane in hot/humid Injury to hand location to briefed to all involved personnel operation
Pipe – Metallic – Heavy Environment, and parts of Ensure way leave certificate is obtained prior to carrying out street lighting work on
Duty Tripping body, Eye the road
Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall use jack hammer to carry
Craw Bars – Heavy Duty Hazards, injury /serious
out drilling activity .
Drilling Machine Entrapment of ear damage /
Wooden Planks hand, Injury to Whole body Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
Wire, Ropes, Shackles, body, Head vibration while be fixed in proper angle.
Belts etc. of suitable injury, cuts to using jack Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
capacity hand , Injury to hammer, not deformed.
Set of Tool Box eye, Hit by Physical Extra care and attention to be taken while walking over uneven surfaces and rebar's
Torque Wrench light poles Injuries to Body
Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
Spanner Set during resulting in
tools replaced.
Hand Tools unloading musculoskeleta
Cable Cutter operations by l disorders Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
Crimping Tool HIAB, (MSD), Carpal back while working
Lifting equipment Dislocation tunnel
Compressor Injury, Low syndrome, Ensure all personnel are at a safe distance while using the JCB to carry out
Jack Hammer back ache and Heat Stress excavation.
Only authorized, trained and certified drivers to be involved in carrying out lifting
spinal cord while working operations.
Ensure all precautions are taken and proper lifting techniques are used while
( Vertebra ) under direct unloading street light poles from HAIB.
problem to sun, strain,
personnel, injury to ankle/ Ensure lifting and excavation area is properly secured, barricaded and warning signs
severe injury or leg while are displayed at prominent locations. Ensure fixed barriers are used between working
fatality due to walking on crew and road traffic. Traffic cone and hazard warning lights are used to warn the
fall of light pole uneven oncoming traffic about street lighting work.
during surface, injury Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
installation & to eye, carried out under direct sun.
lifting Fractures to
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
operations. Hits hand and other
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
by vehicles parts of the
summer months.
along the road, body,
Toppling of Fatalities. Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
crane, falling Wear dark safety glasses while working under direct sun. Wear hearing protectors in
Objects. noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct
usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
14 Installation of Drilling Machine Low back ache Cuts, O,A,C 4 3 High Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 2 2 Low
Fire Alarm Hand Tools and spinal cord Contusion, works relevant to Installation of Fire alarm System. Tool Box talks to be conducted
System Set of Tool Box ( Vertebra ) Injury to hand and Method statement and hazards in work location to briefed to all involved
Megger problem to and parts of personnel
Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out drilling activity.
Multi Meter personnel due body, Physical
Fire Alarm System testing to awkward Injuries to Body Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
equipments movement of resulting in be fixed in proper angle.
Scaffolding Body, Working musculoskeleta
Ladder in hot/humid l disorders
Mallet Environment, (MSD), Carpal HS-P1-F3.1 10 of 29
Tripping tunnel
Hazards , Fall syndrome,
from same Heat Stress
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
14 Installation of Drilling Machine Low back ache Cuts, O,A,C 4 3 High 2 2 Low

Severity)
Fire Alarm Hand Tools and spinal cord Contusion,

Risk =
Residual
System Set of Tool Box ( Vertebra
Potential) Injury to hand Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Megger problem to
Hazards and parts of to reduce Risk
Level
Multi Meter personnel due body, Physical
Fire Alarm System testing to awkward Injuries to Body
equipments movement of resulting in
Scaffolding Body, Working musculoskeleta Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
Ladder in hot/humid l disorders tools replaced.
Mallet Environment, (MSD), Carpal Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
Tripping tunnel back while working
Hazards , Fall syndrome,
from same Heat Stress Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
level/ Height, while working not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which carrying
Head injury, under direct out work using the ladder.
cuts to hand, sun, injury to Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
Injury to eye eye, electrical used.
Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
during drilling, shock to body, carried out under direct sun.
Electric shock Fractures to
and burns to hand and other Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
skins while parts of the interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
handling body, summer months.
portable Fatalities. Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
electric Wear clear safety glasses during drilling activity. Wear dark safety glasses while
equipments, working under direct sun. Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing
loss, Wear Safety harness while working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s
instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
15 Transformer Oil Oil filtration machine. Skin contact Skin disorder, O,A,C 3 3 Medium Ensure preparation and implementation of detailed method statement to carry out 2 2 Low
Filling Oil tanks filled with may result in chronic filling of transformer oil. Tool Box talks to be conducted and Method statement and
vendor specified oil & in irritation exposure may hazards in work location to briefed to all involved personnel. Obtain necessary
sufficient quantity. Chronic cause cancer, permit before carrying out the work
Oil testing kit. exposure may eye infections Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out the work activity.
Tool box lead to cancer, or
Hand Tools eye contact inflammation, Transformer should be on Foundation with de-energized condition & fitted with all
Scaffolding may result in liver damage accessories
Ladder irritation, due to Ensure all connecting valves between accessories are in open condition
ingestion, ingestion, Cuts, Ensure all tools & equipments required in filling Oil are arranged and placed near the
Awkward Contusion, transformer
Movement of Injury to hand Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
Body, Tripping and parts of tools replaced.
Hazards , Fall body, Physical
from same Injuries to Body Proper means of access shall be provided . Access ladder must be secured and shall
level/ Height, resulting in be fixed in proper angle.
Head injury, musculoskeleta Avoid skin contact. Absorb spills with sand of other noncombustible absorbent
cuts to hand, l disorders material. Collect spilled material and place in an appropriate container for disposal.
Working in (MSD), Heat Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
hot/humid Stress while back while working
Environment, working under Ensure ladder used for installation are free from defects and rungs of the ladder are
Static direct sun, not deformed. Ensure a person is always available to hold the ladder which carrying
electricity. Fractures to out work using the ladder.
hand and other
parts of the Only scaffolding (fixed and mobile) which are inspected and green tagged shall be
body, used.
Fatalities. Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
Burns to parts carried out under direct sun.
of body due to
fire Wash Hands properly prior to eating to prevent ingestion of oil
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Wear safety goggles. An eye wash station should be readily available near areas of
use, Wear appropriate protective clothing and chemically resistant gloves to prevent
skin exposure, Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, use
respirator if workplace conditions warrant a respirator, Wear Safety harness while
working at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
16 Battery Acid Acid resistant funnel & Splashes in the Corrosive to O,A 3 4 High Follow Manufactures recommendation for refilling activity. Tool Box talks to be 2 2 Low
Filling bottle Eyes skin, Lose of conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all involved personnel. Obtain
Batteries assembled on Splashes on vision or eye necessary permit before carrying out the work
stand and rubber mat on Skin, inflammation,
floor. Swallowed damage to
Hand Tools body organ
HS-P1-F3.1 11 of 29
Battery level Indicator due to
Hydrometer ingestion
HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at

Severity)
Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
16 Battery Acid Acid resistant funnel & Splashes in the Corrosive to O,A 3 4 High 2 2 Level
Low
Filling bottle Eyes skin, Lose of
Batteries assembled on Splashes on vision or eye
stand and rubber mat on Skin, inflammation, Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out the work activity.
floor. Swallowed damage to
Hand Tools body organ Ensure all tools & equipments required in filling battery acid are arranged and placed
Battery level Indicator due to near the battery
Hydrometer ingestion Ensure all equipments are visually inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
equipment replaced.
Confirm battery charger or load is in isolated condition before carrying out acid filling
activity
Fill the battery acid and check that the acid reaches the indicated levels in the cells
or on the battery casing.
Once the cells are properly filled, replace the caps. HAND TIGHTENS ONLY.
Use only appropriate storage container for storing H2SO4 acid
Avoid skin contact. Absorb spills with sand of other noncombustible absorbent
material.
Wash Hands properly prior to eating to prevent ingestion
Wear full protective clothing (acid resistant Clothing, eye goggles, PVC gloves and
rubber Boots) where there is a risk of splashes. Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a
Safety helmet. Have a copious supply of water available, Keep an eyewash bottle
ready, containing 1% of boric saline solution, Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas
to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
17 Instruments Digital Multi-meter Low back ache Injury to hand O,A,C 3 3 Medium Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all 1 2 Low
calibration DC Standard voltage and and spinal cord and parts of involved personnel. Obtain necessary permit before carrying out the work
current generator ( Vertebra ) body, Physical Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out the work activity.
Portable Potentiometer problem to Injuries to Body
All Equipment used for the test shall be inspected and tagged certified as FIT FOR
Portable ammeter and personnel due resulting in
PURPOSE and shall have valid Calibration Certificate.
voltmeter to awkward musculoskeleta
Portable Calibrator movement of l disorders Ensure all tools are visually inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
Circuit Tester Body, Working (MSD), equipment replaced.
Digital Manometer in hot/humid Fractures to
Mercury and water Environment, hand and other Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
manometer Tripping parts of the back while working
Precision air regulator Hazards, , Fall body, Heat Keep away from high pressure areas and which releases steam and gases.
Hand-operated air pump from Height, Stress, injury
Follow instructions and warning signs and keep away from areas barricaded by
Test bench for safety Head injury, to eye, Burns
warning tapes
relief valve cuts to hand, to parts of the
Pulse Generator eye injury, body, Fatalities Keep away from high pressure areas and which releases steam and gases.
Temperature Generator Electric shock Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
Calipers while handling interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
Adapters portable summer months.
Coupling plugs electric
Tube & fittings equipments, Wear Safety shoes and boots, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear a Safety helmet.
Blind flange with NPT High Pressure , Wear clear safety glasses will working in shaded or congested areas inside the
connector Thermal Burns refinery units. Wear dark safety glasses while working under direct sun. Wear
hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Safety harness while
conducting calibration at height, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct
usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
18 Drilling Pedestal Drill Low back ache Injury to hand O,A,C,V 4 3 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all 2 2 Low
Angle /Hand/ Air Drill and spinal cord and parts of involved personnel.
(Vertebra ) body, Physical Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out the drilling activity
problem to Injuries to Body
personnel due resulting in All drilling equipment to be used shall be inspected and tagged as per the tagging
to awkward musculoskeleta procedure and visually inspected prior to use for any defects.
movement of l disorders
Double insulated equipment or ELCB or GFCI should be used in circuit
Body, Carpal (MSD), strain to
Tunnel waist and Ensure all equipments used are fixed with dead man switch and ( in case of pedestal
Syndrome from hand, injury to drill) it has a emergency stop button located near the user of the machine
repetitive eye, heat Ensure the right drill is used for the task and it is properly secured to the machine
movement of Stress, before carrying out drilling activity.
hands, Head Fractures to
injury from hand and body Ensure all the equipments have industrial sockets.
due to fall from
same level /
height HS-P1-F3.1 12 of 29
18 Drilling Pedestal Drill Injury to hand O,A,C,V 4 3 High 2 2 Low
Angle /Hand/ Air Drill and parts of
body, Physical
Injuries to Body
resulting in HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
musculoskeleta
l disorders

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-
(MSD), strain to

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
waist and

Severity)
Risk =
hand, injury to Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used eye,Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards heat to reduce Risk
Stress, Level
Fractures to
injury from hand and body
falling due to fall from Ensure 110V Equipments are connected male jack plug is connected to 110 female
materials, cuts same level / socket connector. Prevent alteration of the 110 V male jack plug to connect to 220 V
to hand, Hand height female socket connector
injury from Ensure the electrical cables are properly coiled and away from access routes and
stabbing or areas covered with water
puncture from
the end of drill Ensure equipment is isolated from power while changing the drill bit
bit, eye injury Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
from ejection of back while working
broken bit or
work pieces, Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
Electric shock carried out under drink sun.
while handling Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
portable interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
electric summer months.
equipments, Wear clear safety glasses to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear
entanglement: Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety helmet . Wear hearing protectors in noisy
with bit or areas to prevent hearing loss. Wear safety harness while carrying out work at height,
chuck of long Wear Dust mask in dusty environment. Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for
hair, finger correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
ring, loose
19 Grinding / Bench Grinder Hot Sparks, Minor / severe O,A,C 3 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all 2 2 Low Provision for
Cutting Angle Grinder flying metal major cut involved personnel. flame-resistant
Miter Saw particles injury to hands clothing for
Only trained, experience and competent personnel shall carry out the grinding/
Contact with and parts of employees
cutting activity.
rotating wheel body, Physical working with
Wheel Injuries to Body Ensure that workers are adequately trained in the safe use of grinders and that they grinders
disintegration resulting in know about rpm limitations
Entanglement musculoskeleta Obtain hot work permit if atmosphere is explosive or flammable/ client requirement
Electrocution/ l disorders All equipments to be used shall be inspected and tagged as per the tagging
electric shock (MSD), Heat procedure and visually inspected prior to use for any defects.
Generation of Stress, injury
Double insulated equipment or ELCB or GFCI should be used in circuit
Toxic Fumes to eye, Carpal
Noise Tunnel Use only abrasive wheels that match the diameter and speed (rpm) rating of the
Fire Syndrome from grinder
Before using a grinder, always make sure the guard is installed
Awkward repetitive Ensure all equipments used are fixed with dead man switch and ( in case of bench
movement of movement of grinder) it has a emergency stop button located near the user of the machine
body hands, Loss of Ensure the flooring of the workplace on which the abrasive wheel is going to be
Working in Hearing, Head mounted is even and good condition and free of slippery surfaces
hot/humid ache ill heath
Environment due to Ensure all the equipments have industrial sockets.
inhalation of Ensure 110V Equipments are connected male jack plug is connected to 110 female
fumes, Burns socket connector. Prevent alteration of the 110 V male jack plug to connect to 220 V
to parts of the female socket connector
body, Head Ensure the electrical cables are properly coiled and away from access routes and
injury from areas covered with water
falling
materials, Heat Ensure equipment is isolated from power while changing the abrasive wheel and
when the equipment is not in use
stress,
Fatalities Keep working environment dry and ensure good housekeeping
Keep a Fire extinguisher nearby & use Fire blanket if necessary
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working
Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
carried out under drink sun.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
All visitors must wear eye protection when inspecting or passing near by grinding
activity
Ensure corrugated sheet is used around the grinding area
Ensure adequate Hazard warning and precautions signs are fixed around the working
area

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stress,
Fatalities

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5)
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Level

Wear clear safety glasses to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear
Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety helmet. Wear hearing protectors to
prevent hearing loss , Wear Dust mask, use respirator if workplace conditions warrant
a respirator. Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance
20 Gas Welding/ Gas Cylinders Back Fire, Flash Minor/ Major O,A,C 4 4 High of theBox
Tool provided
talks PPE.
to be conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all 2 2 Low Training for
Gas Cutting and Gas cutting set Back burns from fire involved personnel. employees to
similar Unsecured / & explosion , Only trained, experience, competent and authorized personnel shall carry out the use fire
processes Unprotected Musculoskeleta gas welding/ cutting activity. extinguisher and
Gas Cylinders l disorders emergency
High (MSD) due to Obtain hot work permit if atmosphere is explosive or flammable/ client requirement procedures in
Temperature awkward All equipments to be used shall be visually inspected prior to use for any defects. case of fire /
Hot molten position of Ensure work is carried out in a safe location and away from other people explosion.
metals work , Carpal Remove any combustible materials (such as flammable liquids, wood, paper, textiles,
Hot Sparks, Tunnel packaging or plastics) from within about 10 meters of the work and ensure good
flying metal Syndrome from housekeeping
particles repetitive
Gas Leakage movement of Protect any combustible materials that cannot be moved, from close contact with
Generation of hands, eye flame, heat, sparks or hot slag by using suitable guards or covers such as metal
Toxic Gases & injury, sheeting, or fire retardant blankets
Fumes suffocation Protect hoses, connections and containers from damage and inspect them regularly
Explosion of Head ache, for signs of wear. Ensure hoses are kept away from the working area to prevent
Gas Cylinders dizziness , contact with flames, heat, sparks or hot spatter
Hot Sparks, nausea, ill Keep hoses clear of sharp edges and abrasive surfaces or where vehicles can run
flying metal heath due to over them;
particles inhalation of
Always use the correct fittings and valves for the specific cylinder, do not mix and
Fire fumes, Head
match fittings,
Awkward injury from
movement of falling Use the correct lighting up procedure. Purge the hoses before lighting the blowpipe to
body materials, Heat remove any potentially explosive gas mixtures.
Working in stress,
Ensure the blowpipe is fitted with spring-loaded non-return valves to prevent a
hot/humid Fatalities
backflow of gas into the hoses
Environment
Use the correct gas pressures and nozzle size for the job. In particular, the acetylene
pressure must not exceed 0.62 bar (9 psi)
Handle cylinders carefully. Keep them in an upright position and fasten them to
prevent them from falling or being knocked over. For example, chain them in a
wheeled trolley or against a wall
Store gas cylinders outside whenever possible or in a well-ventilated place
Avoid taking gas cylinders into poorly ventilated rooms or confined spaces.
Always provide adequate ventilation during welding and cutting operations
Shut off the blowpipe when not in use. Always turn the gas supply off at the cylinder
when the job is finished
Ensure fire watcher is maintaining a continuous fire watch during the period of the
work, and for at least an hour afterwards;
Ensure fire extinguishers is available nearby.
Regularly check all connections and equipment for faults and leaks.
Maintain all equipment and keep in good condition
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working
Ensure employees are place themselves in the wind direction while working, so that
the fumes and gases are blown away from them.
Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
carried out under drink sun.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.
Ensure adequate Hazard warning and precautions signs are fixed around the working
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5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Wear clear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose
hair, Wear Safety shoes or welders boots, welding hand gloves, safety helmet ,
gauntlets . Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Dust
mask, use respirator if workplace conditions warrant a respirator. Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
21 Arc Welding Welding machine Exposure to Short/Long O,A,C 4 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all 2 2 Low Training for
Welding generator Toxic Gases & term health involved personnel. employees to
Cables Fumes effects such as use fire
Only trained, experience, certified and authorized personnel shall carry out the arc
Chipping device Ultra violet stomach pain, extinguisher and
welding.
radiation diarrhea, emergency
kidney Obtain hot work permit if atmosphere is explosive or flammable/ client requirement procedures in
infrared damage, or All equipments to be used shall be visually inspected prior to use for any defects. case of fire
radiation respiratory
High failure. Long- Double insulated equipment or ELCB or GFCI should be used in circuit
Temperature term exposure Ensure work is carried out in a safe location and away from other people
Hot molten may produce Remove any combustible materials (such as flammable liquids, wood, paper, textiles,
metals tremors, packaging or plastics) from within about 10 meters of the work and ensure good
Hot Sparks, emotional housekeeping
flying metal instability, and
Protect any combustible materials that cannot be moved, from close contact with
particles hearing
flame, heat, sparks or hot slag by using suitable guards or covers such as metal
Electrical Shock damage, Lead
sheeting, or fire retardant blankets
Tripping adversely
Hazards affects the Ensure good cable management to prevent tripping hazard.
Fire brain, central Before using welding cables, check the insulation and lead cables for exposed
Awkward nervous conductors.
movement of system,
body circulatory Replace all weld lead spliced within 10 feet of the holder. Reduce the chance of shock
Working in system, by checking the electrode holders for loose or exposed connection.
hot/humid reproductive Ensure the welding machine frame is properly grounded; double-check the ground
Environment system, connections
kidneys, and
Never use pipelines carrying gases or flammable liquids or conduits carrying
muscles. a dull
electrical conductors as grounds.
headache,
flashes before Take special precautions when working on Wet floors which can cause electrical
the eyes, shock
Ensure the insulation is sufficient on higher open-circuit voltage.
dizziness,
Do not change the polarity switch when your machine is under load. It may cause
ringing in the
arcing because of high current which can burn the switch contact surface
ears, and
nausea. Skin Ensure there is a power disconnect switch on the welding machine; which
exposure to UV automatically shuts down the machine immediately in an emergency.
can result in Ensure Electrode holders are stored where they cannot make contact with personnel,
severe burns conductors, fuels or compressed gas tanks.
UV radiation Disconnect the power source and remove the electrodes immediately after the work
can also is over. keep electrodes and their holders and any other live parts away from gas
Always
damage the cylinders.
Always provide adequate ventilation during welding and cutting operations
lens of the eye
"arc-eye," Ensure Local exhaust ventilation is provided in confined spaces and in areas with low
Exposure to ventilation
infrared Ensure fire watcher is maintaining a continuous fire watch during the period of the
radiation (IR), work, and for at least an hour afterwards;
may heat the
skin surface Ensure fire extinguishers is available nearby.
and the tissues Regularly check all connections and equipment for faults and defects
immediately Maintain all equipment and keep in good condition
below the
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
surface which
back while working
can progress to
thermal burns, Ensure employees are place themselves in the wind direction while working, so that
Minor/ Major the fumes and gases are blown away from them.
burns from fire Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
& explosion, carried out under drink sun.
Musculoskeleta Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
l disorders interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
(MSD) due to summer months.
awkward
position of
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work, Carpal
Tunnel
Syndrome from
repetitive
may heat the
skin surface
and the tissues
immediately
below the HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
surface which
can progress to
thermal burns,

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Risk =
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No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used & explosion,
Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards Musculoskeleta to reduce Risk
Level
l disorders
(MSD) due to
awkward
Ensure adequate Hazard warning and precautions signs are fixed around the working
position of
area
Wear clear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose
work, Carpal
Tunnel hair, Wear Safety shoes or welders boots, welding hand gloves, safety helmet ,
Syndrome from gauntlets . Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Wear Dust
repetitive mask, use respirator if workplace conditions warrant a respirator. Follow the
movement of manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
22 Work at Height Ladders Insecure hands,/ Heat
Minor Major O,A,C,V 4 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards in work location to briefed to all 2 2 Low Training for
Scaffolding materials platform stress,to parts
injury involved personnel. employees on
Mobile Scaffolding Fatalities
Falling objects of body due to working at
Qualified personnel to erect fixed and mobile scaffolding and ensure only green tags
Scissor Lift Unauthorized fall from height
scaffolding are used to carry out work at height
MEWP Alterations of height,
Scaffolds Physical Only personnel who are physically fit and not scared of heights should be involved in
Collapse of Injuries to Body task which are carried out at height
Scaffolding resulting in
Incomplete musculoskeleta The precautions listed below must be observed for ladders;
scaffolding l disorders In good working order and complying with relevant standards
Defective (MSD), Heat Secured against movement in their head and base
ladders Stress, Metal ladders not used in or near electrical cabling or circuitry
overloaded Fatalities Any equipment to be carried to the task is secured to a belt or hoisted up separately
working Any ladder work to be conducted in a pedestrian or vehicular thoroughfare is
platform cornered off by a barrier and signed
Tripping Step ladder spreaders locked into position
Hazards Only approved attachments used.
Awkward
The precautions listed below must be observed for Mechanical Aids – Elevated Work
movement of
Platforms
body
Equipment providing mechanical elevation must be safety approved.
Working in
Only licensed operators used.
hot/humid
The area for use is not impeded or in proximity to electrical cabling or live wires
Environment
Fall arresting harness used at all times
Double insulated equipment or ELCB or GFCI should be used in circuit
Ensure work is carried out in a safe location and away from other people
Remove any combustible materials (such as flammable liquids, wood, paper, textiles,
packaging or plastics) from within about 10 meters of the work and ensure good
housekeeping
The following precautions listed below must be observed for scaffolding:
Scaffolding complies with relevant standards
Ensure scaffold platforms are fit for the purpose. The scaffolding is erected only on
leveled / compact concrete ground
Scaffolding equipped with toe-holds and guardrails
Mobile scaffolding level and wheels locked when in use. Mobile scaffolds must not be
moved with occupied.
Care should be taken from overhead electrical hazard and plank should be placed on
electrical cable on the ground while moving mobile scaffolding
Outriggers are in place for stability
Do not over load the working platform; remove all unwanted materials from the
platform as soon as possible.
Ensure toe boards are fixed on working platform to prevent any material falling over

Both Hands should be free for climbing the ladder and always ensure three point
contact of the body while climbing.
Never carry any materials up a ladder, always use buckets to lift tools, consumables,
and scrap materials
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working
Ensure work is carried out in shaded areas or adequate break provided if work is
carried out under drink sun.
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress while working in hot and humid climate and during hot
summer months.

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Risk =
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risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Wear clear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose
hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing
protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Safety harness to be worn, safety
line or lifeline or nets to be fixed if workplace conditions warrants its requirement.
Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the
provided PPE.
23 Working in Hand tools Oxygen Asphyxiation, O,A,C 4 5 High Tool Box talks to be conducted emergency procedures and hazards in the confined 2 3 Medium Educate and
confined space Lighting equipment deficiency loss of space to briefed clearly to all involved personnel. train workers in
+C695Portable electrical hazardous air consciousness, safe work
Only trained, competent and personnel medically fit as well as taking into account
equipment contaminants Short/Long procedures
factors such as their physical build, propensity to suffer from claustrophobia and
Ladders toxic gas, term health specific to the
general fitness levels to be allowed to work in confined space.
flammable effects due to work activity to
gases or exposure to Ensure a written confined space entry program is prepared and implemented before be done in the
vapors, Being toxic gases and a worker enters a confined space confined space
Trapped, hazardous air (e.g., air testing,
Ensure tests to determine the nature and quantity of harmful vapors, gases, fumes,
crushed or contaminants lockout, and
mists, dusts, and oxygen quantity have been conducted by a competent person and
buried. may cause adequate
recorded prior to entry into confined space and at regular interval if required
Fire /explosion, kidney bonding and
trapped damage, or Obtain confined space permit prior to starting work if atmosphere is explosive or grounding of
static electric respiratory flammable/ client requirement equipment and
discharge failure. Long- tools)
term exposure Ensure Washing/Steaming is done properly of the confined space prior to entry where
may produce chemical hazard exist
tremors, Ensure necessary lockout Tag out procedures are implemented and followed
emotional
instability, and All portable electrical equipment to be used inside confined spaces should be either
hearing grounded and insulated, or equipped with ground fault protection
damage, safe means of access and egress to be provided and ensure entry & exit routes are
adverse affects clearly marked
the brain, Ensure industrial fans or suitable local exhaust system is provided to provide
central nervous continuous fresh air
system, Job watcher to be appointed and effective means of communication to be provided
circulatory between safety watcher and workers in confined space as well their supervisor
system,
reproductive The Job Watcher (attendant) shall know the exact number (crew shall hand over their
system, identity card to attendant before entering any confine space) of the crew working in
kidneys, and the confine space and regularly monitor them. he must know all the emergency
muscles. Major procedures and in case of emergency, he shall never attempt to enter the confine
burns from fire space but inform his supervisor / rescue team immediately and call for emergency
& explosion, help
Ensure there is no pile of any material near the entry point of a confine space, which
Musculoskeleta by movement / vibration may block the entry point or engulf the confined space.
l disorders
(MSD) due to Proper ladder must be provided to have easy access and egress
awkward Proper illumination must be ensured inside the confined space
position of
Only low voltage equipment shall be used in a confined space
work, Heat
stress, All equipments used shall be inspected by a competent person and tagged according
Fatalities to the tagging procedure
Explosion proof equipment shall be used in areas as directed by client requirement
which are certified by recognized third party agencies
Entry to confined space is restricted to authorized personnel only
Remove any combustible materials (such as flammable liquids, wood, paper, textiles,
packaging or plastics) from within about 10 meters of the work and ensure good
housekeeping
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration
Ensure entry to confined space is restricted to authorized personnel only and
adequate notices are displayed to prevent unauthorized entry.
Ensure adequate Hazard warning and precautions signs are fixed around the working
area

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risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Wear clear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury inside confined space ,
Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety
helmet , Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Safety
harness to be worn safety line or lifeline or nets to be fixed if workplace conditions
warrants its requirement. Use BA set ( Breathing apparatus set if required) Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
Shower and Eye Wash facilities must be made available
24 Excavation & JCB-Excavator Fire explosion Asphyxiation O,A,C,V,P 3 5 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the work location to briefed clearly to 2 2 Low
Back - Filling Compressor from electrical Loss of all involved personnel.
Jack hammer hazards due to consciousness, Only trained, competent and personnel to be allowed to work with heavy electrical
Pick Axe overhead and adverse affects equipments.
Spade underground the brain due
Excavation permit to be obtained prior to carrying out excavation work
Sheet Piling power-lines; to exposure to
Road Plates and toxic gas All Excavation must be carried out according to the approved drawing and only after
Hand tools underground Injury/ fracture confirming the presence and location of any under ground services.
utilities, such to hand and In the presence of utility services, excavation should be done by hand tools only;
as natural gas parts of the these lines are identified by existing drawings or by excavating, trail pits.
working with body
heavy injury to eye In the presence of electrical utility services, ensure digging is done from the side by
machinery Hearing using only the shovel to clear the soil, no pick axe and forks shall be used.
manual damage Ensure jackhammers are earthed to ground
handling of Major / minor
materials burns from fire Fixed barrication shall be done and hazard warning lights shall be fitted at
loose soil & explosion appropriate locations where ever required
fall of Musculoskeleta Ensure workers are away from the operating radius excavating machinery like JCB
Employees or l disorders which the machine is in motion
equipment (MSD) due to
falling into awkward Ensure excavated Soil is kept at least one meter from the edge of the excavation
excavation position of Ensure adequate shoring to prevent collapse of sides of trench. (Regular checks to
Collapse of work be carried out to check stability)
trench sides, Carpal tunnel All heavy equipments must have valid registration and must be checked daily as per
backfilled syndrome the check list to ensure the suitability of equipment.
excavation Sun burn, Heat
extreme stress All heavy equipment shall be fitted with reversing beeps.
temperature Fatalities All drivers / operators must have valid license to drive / operate the equipment
vibration, Noise Proper ladder must be provided for safe means of access and egress from the
awkward excavation
Ensure proper illumination while working at night
movement of
body Ensure all hand tools are visual inspected prior to use and deformed or defective
working in tools replaced.
proximity to Ensure the job is rotated for workers using jack hammer
traffic Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
Presence of back while working
toxic gases
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration
Ensure entry to excavation area is restricted to authorized personnel only and
adequate notices are displayed to prevent unauthorized entry.
Ensure adequate warnings /diversion signs are placed to warn the visitors or public.
Note warning signs & warning lights must be placed at least 100 meters before any
road crossing excavation or for jobs done on any road. Blinkers must be placed at
nightbarrier
Use time cream to protect from sun burn while working under direct sun
Wear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while
working under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or
boots, hand gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors while working with
/around noisy equipment to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s
instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
25 Lifting & Rigging cranes Failure of wire "Cuts, O,A,C,V,P 3 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the work location to briefed clearly to 2 2 Low
fork-lift trucks ropes, slings, Contusion, all involved personnel.
Scissor Lift Hydraulic head Injuries, Only trained, competent and personnel to be allowed to work with heavy electrical
hoists system Dislocation equipments.
mobile elevating work Unstable Injury, injury to
platforms erection hand and parts
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vehicle inspection Fall of load of body, Heat
platform hoists during lifting Stress while
lifting accessories such as operations working under
chains, slings, eyebolts Collapse/ top direct sun,
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25 Lifting
No. WORK & Rigging
TASK cranes
Equipment, Tools Used Failure of wire "Cuts,
Effects O,A,C,V,P 3 4 High Required work precautions and controls 2 2 Low
Risk

5)

5)
fork-lift trucks Hazards
ropes, slings, Contusion, to reduce Risk
Level
Scissor Lift Hydraulic head Injuries,
hoists system Dislocation
mobile elevating work Unstable Injury, injury to
Ensure only certified and competent qualified personnel are involved in the lifting
platforms erection hand and parts
operation
Ensure all cables, slings and shackles (lifting gear) are color coded as per color code
vehicle inspection Fall of load of body, Heat
platform hoists during lifting Stress while procedures and visual inspected prior to carrying out lifting operations
lifting accessories such as operations working under Ensure correct type of slings is used as per the load
chains, slings, eyebolts Collapse/ top direct sun, Ensure all cranes and HIAB trucks will a valid load test certificates and Client approval
etc. over of crane, Fractures to certificates as necessary. (All certificates must be kept in the operators cabin)
forklift etc hand and other
Conduct visual inspections before and after operations.
entrapment of parts of the
personnel body, Don't lift during heavy windy condition.
between Fatalities. Lift or lower a load slowly without any sudden acceleration or sudden stopping.
outriggers and Ensure outriggers fully extended and the ground is compacted and level surface is
crane firm. Always use blocking under outrigger float.
collusion
between Ensure that the load is secured before it is to be lifted.
person and Make sure the load is properly attached to the lifting equipment and there are tag
forklift lines attached to load,
Hit due to the
Never pound the slings under stress and also never force the choked sling eye down
movement of
close to the load.
crane
Fire/ explosion Check for the stability of the load as soon as it is lifted. It there is a variation more
from operation than 5 degree then the load is not balanced and the lift must be stopped.
near overhead Never pull or tug a load, Cranes are used only to lift a load.
power lines All lifting equipment shall maintain safe distance while operating near overhead
operation electrical services. Cranes shall not be erected near or on any buried service line.
near/next to
vehicular traffic Crane Operator shall ensure that the boom / hook is not travelling near any overhead
unstable service lines.
ground, loose Correct sling length shall be used so that the minimum operating level of the boom
soil shall be maintained.
Noise Ensure the load is lifting within the lifting machinery safe working load
Extreme No person should be under the suspended load. Crane operator to avoid lifting loads
Temperature over personnel, accommodation or traffic.
All drivers / operators must have valid license to drive / operate the equipment
Ensure proper illumination while carrying out lifting operations at night
No person shall be lifted by the slings or by use of fork lift articulating load arms &
attachments
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration
Ensure entry to excavation area is restricted to authorized personnel only and
adequate notices are displayed to prevent unauthorized entry.
Ensure adequate warnings signs are placed to warn employees, employees of other
companies and the visitors or public.
Ensure vehicles traffic is diverted from lifting area and a safe distance is maintained.
Ensure adequate warnings signs are placed to warn employees, employees of other
companies and the visitors or public.
Ensure area around the lifting area is properly barricaded with warning tape to
prevent entry of personnel
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while working
under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand
gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors while working with /around noisy
equipment to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct
usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
26 Handling of "HIAB Failure of Cuts, O,A 3 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the work location to briefed clearly to 2 2 Low
Cable Drum fork-lift truck slings, contusion, all involved personnel.
Cable stand Crane Hydraulic laceration on Mechanical lifting shall be done where ever possible. Manual Handling shall be done
Pipe – Metallic – Heavy system hand & body, where mechanical lifting is not reasonably practicable
Duty unstable head Injuries,
Craw Bars – Heavy Duty erection dislocation
lifting accessories such Fall of drum Injury, injury to
as chains, slings, eyebolts during lifting hand limbs and HS-P1-F3.1 19 of 29
etc of suitable capacity operations other parts of
Hand Tools set Collapse/ top body, Fractures
Cable Cutter" over of HIAB, to hand and
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No. of
WORK TASK "HIAB
Equipment, Tools Used Failure of Cuts,
Effects O,A 3 4 High Required work precautions and controls 2 2 Low
Risk

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5)
Cable Drum fork-lift truck Hazards
slings, contusion, to reduce Risk
Level
Cable stand Crane Hydraulic laceration on
Pipe – Metallic – Heavy system hand & body,
Duty unstable head Injuries,
Ensure only certified and competent qualified personnel are involved in the lifting
Craw Bars – Heavy Duty erection dislocation
operation, Trained and qualified rigger shall assist in the lifting operation
lifting accessories such Fall of drum Injury, injury to
as chains, slings, eyebolts during lifting hand limbs and Ensure all cables, slings and shackles (lifting gear) are color coded as per color code
etc of suitable capacity operations other parts of procedures and visual inspected prior to carrying out lifting operations
Hand Tools set Collapse/ top body, Fractures Ensure correct type of slings is used as per the load
Cable Cutter" over of HIAB, to hand and Ensure all Fork lift and HIAB truck will a valid load test certificates and Client approval
forklift other parts of certificates as necessary. (All certificates must be kept in the operators cabin)
entrapment of the body, Low
personnel Back ache , Conduct visual inspections before and after operations.
between Lumber Don't lift during heavy windy condition.
outriggers and Vertebra Lift or lower a load slowly without any sudden acceleration or sudden stopping.
HIAB/cable Compression,
Ensure outriggers fully extended and the ground is compacted and level surface is
drum Fatalities. Heat
firm. Always use blocking under outrigger float.
collusion Stress while
between working under Ensure that the load is secured before it is to be lifted.
person and direct sun Make sure the load is properly attached to the lifting equipment and there are tag
forklift lines attached to load,
Hit due to the
Check for the stability of the load as soon as it is lifted. It there is a variation more
movement of
than 5 degree then the load is not balanced and the lift must be stopped.
HIAB, Collapse
of cable All lifting equipment shall maintain safe distance while operating near overhead
drum/stand, electrical services.
roll over of HIAB Operator shall ensure that the boom / hook is not travelling near any overhead
cable drum service lines.
, Slips, trips
and falls, Ensure the load is lifting within the lifting machinery safe working load
Manual No person should be under the suspended load. HIAB operator to avoid lifting loads
handling over personnel, accommodation or traffic.
awkward All drivers / operators must have valid license to drive / operate the equipment
movement of
body, Noise, Ensure proper illumination while carrying out lifting operations at night
working in No person shall be lifted by the slings or by use of fork lift articulating load arms &
Extreme attachments
Temperature"
Ensure vehicles traffic is diverted from lifting area and a safe distance is maintained.
Site/ Road
Vehicular All sharp edges and protruding objects on the cable drum shall be hammered down
Traffic Cable drum stand shall be free of defects and not damaged. It shall be placed on firm
and leveled ground
Ensure pipe used to place the cable drum on the stand is heavy duty. Do not use
scaffolding pipes
Ensure Wedge/ wooden blocks are placed shall on both the side of Cable Drum to
prevent rolling when storing cable drum
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working
Ensure adequate warnings signs are placed to warn employees, employees of other
companies and the visitors or public.
Ensure area around the lifting area is properly barricaded with warning tape to
prevent entry of personnel
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while working
under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots,
leather hand gloves (heavy duty), safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors while
working with /around noisy equipment to prevent hearing loss, Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
27 Manual Handling Materials, Equipments & High risk of Cumulative O,A 4 3 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the work location to briefed clearly to 2 2 Low
Tools back injury and disorders due all involved personnel.
accident if load to gradual and
is too heavy, cumulative
too large, deterioration of
difficult to the HS-P1-F3.1 20 of 29
grasp, musculoskeleta
unbalanced or l system
unstable, through
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Hazards to reduce Risk
Level
27 Manual Handling Materials, Equipments & High risk of Cumulative O,A 4 3 High 2 2 Low
Tools back injury and disorders due
accident if load to gradual and
Mechanical lifting shall be done where ever possible. Manual Handling shall be done
is too heavy, cumulative
where mechanical lifting is not reasonably practicable
too large, deterioration of
difficult to the Ensure job rotation for task involving heavy load / repetitive handling work
grasp, musculoskeleta Before lifting a load, Ensure the task is planned and prepared to make sure that:
unbalanced or l system an employee know where he is going
unstable, through the area is clear of obstacles
difficult to continuous they have a good grip on the load;
reach, of a lifting/handling their hands, the load and any handles are not slippery;
shape or size activities, e.g. They are lifting with someone else, both of them know what they doing before you
that obscures low back pain, start.
the worker’s Carpal tunnel Individual Capability: Physical capability, health condition, age is considered
view syndrome, Follow proper lifting techniques avoid twisting and bending of back:
Back disorders, acute trauma use the following technique when lifting a load.
Musculoskeleta such as cuts or Put your feet around the load, with your body over it (if this is not feasible, try to get
l disorders fractures due your body as close as possible to the load).
(MSD) if Task is to accidents. Use the muscles of your legs when lifting.
too strenuous, Muscular Straighten your back.
which involves sprains, ear Pull the load as close as possible to your body.
awkward Injuries, Lift and carry the load with straight downward turned arms.
postures or dislocation
movements, Injury and For pushing and pulling of the load it is important that;
e.g. a bent abrasions, Heat pushing and pulling is done using the body’s own weight; lean forward when pushing,
and/or twisted Stress while lean backwards when pulling;
trunk, raised working under you have enough grip on the floor to be able to lean forward/ backwards;
arms, bent direct sun you avoid twisting and bending your back;
wrists, over- handling devices have handles/hand grips so that you can use your hands to exert a
reaching, force; handle height should be between the shoulder and waist so that you can
involves push/pull in a good, neutral posture;
repetitive handling devices are well-maintained so that the wheels have appropriate size and
handling they run smoothly;
Work floors are hard, even and clean.
environmental
factors-Slip Trip Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
& Falls due back while working
insufficient All sharp edges and protruding objects on the load shall be hammered down
space, uneven, Ensure proper illumination in working areas to prevent slip trip and fall
unstable or
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
slippery floor
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
working in
water to avoid dehydration
extreme
temperatures, Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while working
insufficient under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand
lighting gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors while working with /around noisy
Individual equipment to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct
factors - lack of usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
28 Working with an Pedestal Drill experience,
Exposure to Temporary O,A,C 4 3 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards about noise in the work location to 1 3 Low
noise generating Hand drill training
high and
level of threshold shift briefed clearly to all involved personnel.
equipment or in Hitli Drill gun DX 450 familiarity
noise with Permanent
the job, High Only trained, competent person to be authorized to use
an noisy Angle /Hand/ Air Drill Exposure to hearing
environment Bench Grinder risk of low
noise for a back impairment, Ensure good maintenance, new mufflers, and other changes of work equipment
Angle Grinder disorders due hypertension,
prolonged Put sources of loud noise, like compressors and generators, as far away from the
Miter Saw to increase
duration of ischemic heart work zone as possible.
Welding machine with
time age, disease,
Welding generator physical
Working inside decreased Place plywood or plastic sheeting set up around machinery can shield noise.
Compressor dimensions
or vicinity toand work Ensure job rotation to prevent continuous exposure to noise
Jack hammer capacity
noisy plant such performance.
Ensure adequate rest breaks are provided away from noisy spots.
Generator as height,
Working in a Changes in the
weight Ensure hearing protection are purchased that are easy to put on and take off.
Backhoe noisy and immune
Hammer strength, High system
construction Wear hearing protectors while working with /around noisy equipment to prevent
Other sound generating chances
site of tinnitus, hearing loss (ear plugs, muffs), Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct
equipments & Plant back
Working disorder hypertension, usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
injury due
adjacent to to vasoconstrictio
29 Using Hilti Hilti DX450 Misfire Injury to hand/ O,A,C 4 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the equipment to be briefed clearly 2 2 Low
prior way
road history of n and other
DX450 Cartridge Back thrust parts of the to all involved personnel.
back disorders, cardiovascular
Fasteners Noise body or nearby
Collusion/ impactsor
Hand tools Incorrect person
Accident with stress,
method of use working below HS-P1-F3.1 21 of 29
Site/ Road annoyance,
Complete fall of person
Vehicular sleep
penetration Hearing
Traffic disturbance,
Equipment not impairment
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Hazards to reduce Risk
Level
29 Using Hilti Hilti DX450 Misfire Injury to hand/ O,A,C 4 4 High 2 2 Low
DX450 Cartridge Back thrust parts of the
Fasteners Noise body or nearby
Only trained and experience and competent personnel shall carry out the task.
Hand tools Incorrect person or
method of use working below Ensure job rotation of the task to avoid fatigue
Complete fall of person Ensure no person is standing behind the area where the equipment is going to be
penetration Hearing used
Ensure equipment is inspected and tagged by a competent person according to the
Equipment not impairment tagging procedure
working Musculoskeleta
properly l disorders Ensure equipment is checked for defects each time prior to use. when any defect
Misuse of (MSD) due to detected or malfunction observed, the equipment shall be removed from service
cartridge strenuous job immediately
Ensure the operator shall stand or sit on suitable working platform. free of defects
Eye injury Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
Fatality back while working with the equipment maintain correct posture to prevent back
thrust. Keep the arms flexed when the tool is fired
Ensure no part of body (own or others ) should not be in the line of fire of Hilti
Machine Gun. guard where ever possible
Use stabilizer
Do not load the Gun unless you are immediately going to use it.
Do not use defective Hilti Gun, immediately remove it from service.
Always hold the machine perpendicular to the surface material in which fastener is to
be driven.
Never attempt to pry a cartridge from magazine strip or tool.
Never fire the Gun in pre drilled hole
Fasteners shall not be used without Cap or guide.
Provide solid protection behind the surface when driving into steel 6 cm or less in
thickness
Provide a guard or fixture if fastener is driven 1.25 cm from edge or corner
Remove the used cartridge strip and dispose off in such a way that it can be neither
reused of misused
Operator should keep in mind the things behind the surface of the line of fire
A register should be kept for review that includes the number of cartridges brought to
site, how many have been used, how many left & whether any cartridges are missing
from the overall count
Warning sign"" Hilti Gun is in use, keep a way"" shall be posted in the area of work
Ensure proper illumination in working areas to prevent slip trip and fall
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while working
under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand
gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors to prevent hearing loss, Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
30 Zinc rich Spray painting gun Exposure to Skin and eye O,A,C 4 3 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of painting to be briefed clearly to all 2 2 Low
painting on Compressor toxic irritation involved personnel.
galvanized steel paint brush composition & Throat and Only competent personnel shall carry out the painting task.
surface (Cable Metal scrappers fumes of lung irritation
Ensure job rotation of the task to limit exposure
Tray & Ladder) sand paper paints, varnish, Dermatitis,
and other solvent, allergic All work related to painting / spray painting must be done in well ventilated areas,
painting thinners Glues sensitization Ensure work is carried out in a safe location and away from other people. In case of
activities and fixatives Acute effects an enclose area ensure area is enclosed and provided with local area ventilation.
Aerosol include Ensure the compressor is inspected and tagged by a competent person according to
spraying headaches, the tagging procedure
suspend fine dizziness use the high-pressure gun correctly and always keep trigger clean. Always engage
mists in the air Long-term the trigger lock before changing, or cleaning the spray tip.
due to spray exposure may
painting cause chronic Check all hoses and connections. Always use steel wire for locking hoses connectors.
Inhalation of effects to the Minimize the amount of solvents kept at work place,
some types of liver, kidney,
Always store paint and paint products in airtight containers and in a separate storage
vapors and fine and the
area or in a metal container
dusts nervous
Accidental oral system Ensure painting is carried out at a reasonable safe distance from any welding / hot
ingestion and Minor / Major work activity
inhalation of Burns due to Eliminate ignition sources of ignition near painting activity
toxic material fire and Remove any combustible materials (such as flammable liquids, wood, paper, textiles,
Flammable explosion / packaging or plastics) from within about 10 meters of the work and ensure good
Composition fatalities housekeeping
Accidental Musculoskeleta
contact l disorders
between (MSD),Heat HS-P1-F3.1 22 of 29
solvent and stress
ignition source
could cause
suspend fine dizziness
mists in the air Long-term
due to spray exposure may
painting cause chronic
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some types of liver, kidney,
vapors and fine and the
dusts nervous

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ingestion and Minor / Major

Risk =
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Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used inhalation of Burns due to
Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards
toxic material fire and to reduce Risk
Level
Flammable explosion /
Composition fatalities
Accidental Musculoskeleta
Contain spillage and dispose spill-containing materials in safe place. .
contact l disorders
between (MSD),Heat Refer to Product MSDS for the necessary precautions
solvent and stress Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
ignition source back while working
could cause Ensure adequate warnings signs and precaution signs are placed in visible locations
explosion and around the working area
fire Awkward
Ensure fire extinguishers is available nearby.
movement of
body Ensure industrial fans or suitable local exhaust system is provided to provide
Extremes of continuous fresh air
Temperature Ensure proper illumination in working areas to prevent slip trip and fall
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while working
under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand
gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors to prevent hearing loss, Wear Dust
mask, use respirator if workplace conditions warrant a respirator Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
31 Handling and Petrol "Exposure to "Skin and eye O,A 4 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of job to be briefed clearly to all 2 3 Medium Training to be
storage of Thinner toxic irritation involved personnel. provided to
Flammable WD-40 composition & ,Throat and MSDS must be available with Store, All chemical containers must have labels. concern
materials Paints fumes of lung irritation employees
Ensure employees are provided with information , training and supervision
(gases, liquids Acids paints, varnish, ,Dermatitis, about safe
and chemicals Lubrication oil solvent, allergic Flammable materials must not be stored near exits, electrical equipment or heating handling and
etc) Flammable cylinders thinners Glues sensitization equipment. They should always be stored in a separate, well-ventilated storage area, storage of
(Oxygen, Acetylene, and fixatives, Acute effects away from potential sources of ignition. flammable
LPG),varnish, solvent, Inhalation of include If the material is removed from its original container, it must be placed into a materials
Glues and fixatives some types of headaches, container that is appropriate for flammable materials.
vapors and fine dizziness Ensure storage areas are equipped with spill protection.
dusts , Long-term
Accidental oral exposure may Contain spillage and dispose spill-containing materials in safe place
ingestion and cause chronic Drums or large containers of flammable materials should never be stored beside exits
inhalation of effects to the or in a way that blocks access.
toxic material liver, kidney, Make sure that storage rooms have properly designed ventilation systems that are
Spillage from and the
regularly maintained.
solvents & nervous
leakage/over system store flammable gas cylinders in a separate well ventilated room
heating from Minor / Major Do not store flammable gas cylinders with oxygen cylinders maintained a distance of
cylinders could Burns due to 5 meters
cause fire and Ensure that cylinders are properly secured so that they cannot fall over and valves
explosion and explosion / protected from damage
fire Awkward fatalities Limit the amounts of flammable and combustible materials Keep only what you need
movement of Musculoskeleta on-site
body l disorders
Extremes of (MSD),Heat At work locations, keep only those chemicals that are needed for the present task
Temperature" stress Control ignition sources ,Ground and bond all work and ignition-proof equipment
" Ensure that there is no smoking in work areas where flammable materials are stored
or used
Never store flammable materials near hot equipment or open flames
Use intrinsically safe and non-sparking tools
Chemicals incompatible with each other and must be stored separately.
Keep flammable materials separate from other processes and storage areas
Do not let hazardous wastes accumulate at the work site, Store products, including
wastes, used at the work site in proper containers
Remove any combustible materials (such as flammable liquids, wood, paper, textiles,
packaging or plastics) from within about 10 meters of the work and ensure good
housekeeping
Avoid awkward position of the body. Keep the Back Straight and avoid twisting the
back while working

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Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Ensure adequate warnings signs and precaution signs are placed in visible locations
around the working area
Ensure fire extinguishers is available in the storage area
Ensure industrial fans or suitable local exhaust system is provided to provide
continuous fresh air
Ensure proper illumination in working areas to prevent slip trip and fall
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration
Wear safety glasses/ goggles to avoid eye injury , Contain and secure loose hair,
Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves suitable for working with chemicals, safety
helmet , Wear hearing protectors while working with /around noisy equipment to
prevent hearing loss, Wear Dust mask, use respirator if workplace conditions warrant
a respirator Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance
of the provided PPE.
32 Transportation Petrol Inhalation of Skin and eye O,A,P 4 4 High Ensure the Material Safety Data Sheet to be available in the vehicle used for 2 2 Low
of Flammable Thinner gases, some irritation transportation
Ensure competent personnel are used for transportation of flammable material and
materials WD-40 types of vapors ,Throat and their are aware of emergency procedures in case of accidents
(gases, liquids Paints and fine dusts lung irritation Ensure the flammable materials are secured and placed properly on a safe position (it
and chemicals Acids due to ,Dermatitis, shall not move while transporting)
etc) Lubrication oil vehicular allergic
Flammable cylinders accident , sensitization Ensure the they are kept in a well ventilated shaded place while transporting
(Oxygen, Acetylene, Accidental oral Acute effects Ensure gas cylinder are transported in trolley, their valves to be closed and protective
LPG),varnish, solvent, ingestion and include caps installed
Glues and fixatives inhalation of headaches, The cylinder to be properly secured in upright position during transportation
toxic material, dizziness Cylinder are marked empty/full
Spillage from Major/ Minor
solvents due to Burns due to Chemicals incompatible with each other and must be transported separately
movement of fire and Flammable materials are transported in a compartment separate from personnel
vehicle, explosion / The vehicle is equipped with fire extinguisher and first aid kit
leakage/over fatalities
The vehicle is operated by a qualified person with a valid driver 's license of the
heating from
appropriate class
cylinders could
cause Wear seat belt while driving , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or
explosion and boots, hand gloves suitable for working with chemicals, , Wear hearing protectors
fire while working with /around noisy equipment to prevent hearing loss, Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
33 Working with a Compressor Toxic Gases, Inhalation of O,A,C,P 3 3 Medium Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the machine to be briefed clearly to 1 3 Low
Compressor Hand tools (Carbon carbon gases, all involved personnel.
Monoxide) Suffocation, Ensure only competent and authorized personnel shall operate / touch the
Smoke, Fumes Temporary compressor
Ensure Proper maintenance regularly. Compressors must be inspected and tagged by
Noise threshold shift,
the competent person accordingly to the quarterly tagging procedure.
Compressed air Permanent
High hearing Ensure they are placed in well ventilated area, in case compressors are kept in
Temperature impairment, enclosed places than forced ventilation must be ensured.
Poor headache,
management Stress, Slip trip Compressors must be kept at a distance or sound barriers shall be placed to prevent
of Compressor & falls due to exposure of personnel to noise .
Hose hose thermal Never direct compressed air on the body, face or horseplay with it and crew must
Bursting of Burns / burns always were PPE while working with compressed air.
compressed to parts of
Hose body/ eye Ensure the coupling of the hose is secured with locking wire. Besides this , whip back
Fire due to injuries, body arrestor can also be used to secure/ hold the hose to avoid hitting the employee in
Overheating of injuries due to case of accidental disconnection from coupling .
Compressors bursting of The hose of the compressor shall not cross the walk ways or path. The hose shall be
Towing of compressed arranged in proper way to avoid trip and fall and damage to the hose
Compressors Hose
Damaged / cut hoses shall not be used. No vehicle shall pass over compressed hose.
Fire extinguishers must be placed nearby
Ensure the compressor is kept away from other flammable and combustible
materials.
Ensure the compressors is put off before going on break or when it is not in use.

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of Compressor & falls due to
Hose hose thermal
Bursting of Burns / burns
compressed to parts of
Hose
Fire due to
body/ eye
injuries, body
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Severity)
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Risk =
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5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Ensure the compressor is engaged properly with the towing vehicle. Speed must be
very slow and utmost care to be taken on turnings.
Ensure all traffic rules and regulations are followed.
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury Wear dark safety glasses while working
under direct sun , Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand
gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors to prevent hearing loss, Wear Dust
mask, use respirator if workplace conditions warrant a respirator Follow the
manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
34 Generators / Generators Toxic Gases, Inhalation of O,A,C,V,P 2 3 Medium Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the machine to be briefed clearly to 1 2 Low
Refueling Hand tools (Carbon carbon gases, all involved personnel.
Generators Monoxide) Suffocation, Ensure only competent and authorized personnel shall operate / touch and refuel the
Smoke, Fumes Temporary generator
Ensure Proper maintenance regularly. Contact the authorized service center for repair
Noise, Slip trip threshold shift,
and fall Permanent Ensure they are placed in well ventilated area, in case generator is kept in enclosed
Electrical shock hearing places than forced ventilation must be ensured.
High impairment, Generator must be kept at a distance or sound barriers shall be placed to prevent
Temperature, headache, exposure of personnel to noise .
Fire due to Stress, thermal Ensure the generator is earthen
Overheating of Burns / burns
All generator cables must be arranged properly and should not be crossing the walk
Generators to parts of
way
Fire extinguishers must be placed nearby
body/ eye
injuries, injury Ensure the diesel and petrol drum is kept away at a reasonable distance from the
to body due to generator and protected from direct sun light.
fall, body Ensure petrol generator is shut down and allowed to cool down before starting
Burns/ fatality refueling activity.
due to
Ensure only funnel is used for refueling of generator by cans. Take help from co
electrical shock
worker to hold the funnel to prevent splash of fuel on generator.
Ensure only Hand press pump is used while refueling from drums
Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, suitable hand gloves,
Wear hearing protectors to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s
instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE.
35 Carpentry Work Circular Saw, wood dust, skin disorders, O,A,C 4 3 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the carpentry work to be briefed 2 2 Low
Hacksaw chemicals obstruction in clearly to all involved personnel.
Hammer caught in / the nose, and Ensure only competent and authorized personnel shall operate the machinery used
hand tools shearing rhinitis, for carpentry works
Other carpentry work Noise asthma, a rare
Ensure regular inspection and proper maintenance of all electrical equipments and
accessories and tools Sharp splinters type of nasal
quarterly tagging as per tagging procedure by a competent person.
Manual cancer
handling occasionally, Ensure work is carried out in well ventilated area, in case of an enclosed places than
Slip , trip, fall pulmonary forced ventilation (local exhaust ventilation) must be ensured.
Shock, disorders and Ensure machines are sited where the operator cannot be pushed, bumped into or
electrocution, systemic easily distracted
wood dust fires poisoning due Ensure Waste materials are stored in a suitable scrap bin and emptied at regular
and explosions. to exposure to intervals
Ensure the floor around a woodworking machine is kept in a good, level non slip
varnish, condition and should be kept free of loose materials such as chips or waste wood.
solvent, Glues
Ensure electricity supply cables are either routed above head height or set into the
and fixatives,
floor in such a way as to prevent tripping hazards.
Inhalation of
fine dusts Ensure effective machine guarding (with particular attention paid to the correct
airborne dust setting of these guards) must be installed where the possibility of contact between
can enter the part of a machine and the operator exists.
eyes and cause Safety appliances such as well designed push sticks and jigs should be used to keep
conjunctivitis/ the hands in a safe position while maintaining full control of the work piece during
eye injury, cutting.
Machines should be switched off when they are not in use and should not be left
laceration of unattended until the cutter has stopped turning.
body parts,
Woodworking machines should also be fitted with effective emergency stop buttons,
electrical shock
which can isolate the machine from the electrical supply and should be accessible
, burns to skin.
conveniently by the operator
minor/major
burns due to Ensure proper illumination in working areas to prevent slip trip and fall
fire Fire extinguishers must be placed nearby

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Inhalation of
fine dusts
airborne dust
can enter the
eyes and cause HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
conjunctivitis/
eye injury,
laceration of

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Personnel at
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Severity)
electrical shock

Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used , burns to skin.
Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards minor/major to reduce Risk
Level
burns due to
fire
Ensure adequate warnings signs and precaution signs are placed in visible locations
around the working area
Wear safety glasses/ goggles to avoid eye injury , Contain and secure loose hair,
Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves suitable for working with wood work,
safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors while working with /around noisy equipment
to prevent hearing loss, Wear Dust mask, use respirator if workplace conditions
warrant a respirator Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
36 Erection of Fixed Scaffolding materials Collapse of Major minor O,A,C 3 4 High Tool Box talks to be conducted and hazards of the work to be briefed clearly to all 1 3 Low
/ Mobile (pipes, couplers toe board scaffolding, injury to body, involved personnel.
Scaffolding wooden planks) Hand fall from facture to parts A scaffold must be erected, altered, and dismantled by qualified workers or under the
tools height, of the body, direct supervision of a qualified person. The qualified person must ensure that the
Loose soil Musculoskeleta erection is carried out according to acceptable practices in compliance with any
Deformed/ l disorders drawings and the manufacturer's or supplier's instructions, and that the correct
defective (MSD) due to components and materials are being used.
materials awkward
awkward position of All equipment must be inspected before use to ensure that it is in good repair and
position of work , Heat suitable for the intended use.
body stress, The base must be firm and level enough to support the load of scaffolding, workers,
extreme of Fatalities and materials. Sills and base plates are required on any soil or unstable ground
heat condition, or where any leveling adjustment is needed. The sill must be sound, rigid,
and capable of supporting the maximum loads without settlement or deformation.
Adjustable base plates must be adjusted within the limits specified by the
manufacturer or supplier.
The frames must be plumb and level and spaced to adequately support the loads.
If uplift could cause the components to separate, locking pins must be used and the
components secured. Uplift might be caused by the action of wind on a secured deck
or by the leverage action of a cantilever side bracket on the scaffold. All joints must
be pinned on rolling scaffolds and free-standing towers.
With a rolling scaffold or free-standing tower, the platform height must not exceed
three times its smallest base dimension (3 to 1 rule).
A scaffold built above the 3 to 1 rule must be effectively guyed or secured to a
building or structure to prevent overturning. The guying of a scaffold may require the
direction of a professional engineer. Other methods of tying the scaffold should be of
a push-and-pull type mechanism and located no more than 6 m (20 ft.) vertically and
6.4 m (21 ft.) horizontally, after the first tie has been installed to comply with the 3 to
1 rule.
Guardrails must be installed on all open sides of the platform where a person could
fall a distance of 3 m (10 ft.) or more. The top rail must be placed 102-112 cm (40-44
in.) above the work surface. An intermediate rail must be placed halfway between the
top rail and the toe board, if one is provided, or halfway between the top rail and the
work surface if no toe board is provided. The guardrail must be able to withstand a
load of 550 N (125 lb.) applied at any point on the top rail.
Toe boards must be installed on all the open sides of a platform where it is possible
for tools and or materials to roll off. The top of the toe board must be at least 10 cm
(4 in.) above the platform. If loose materials are to be stacked above the height of
the toe board, then the height of the toe board must be increased or mesh panels
must be installed to prevent materials from falling off the scaffolding.
Ladder access may be vertical or sloping. Ladders must be secured at the point of
support and must extend approximately 1 m (3 ft.) above the landing. A vertical
ladder must have a clear space of at least 15 cm (6 in.) behind each rung
Ensure all materials used are free of defects (cracks, welded or deformed tubes)
Ensure all scaffolding are green tagged prior to use and unsafe, under construction
scaffolding must be red tagged.
Ensure weekly inspection is carried out and the tag renewed.
Ensure the area of scaffolding erection is barricaded and with warnings tapes & signs
Ensure adequate cool drinking water is provided and taken by personnel at suitable
interval to prevent heat stress. Ensure frequent breaks are provided to drink plenty of
water to avoid dehydration

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HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at

Severity)
Risk =
Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards to reduce Risk
Level

Wear safety glasses/ goggles to avoid eye injury , Contain and secure loose hair,
Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves , safety helmet , Wear hearing protectors
while working with /around noisy equipment to prevent hearing loss, Wear safety
harness use lifeline or safety nets if workplace conditions warrant the use of lifeline
or safety nets, Follow the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and
maintenance of the provided PPE.
37 Working on live Hand Tools High Voltage High Voltage O,A 4 5 High Manufacturers Information's/instructions / Manual must be available and referred to 2 3 Medium Arc/ Flash
Electrical Electrical Shock Arc Burns to by Electrical engineer and electrical crew. Ensure preparation and implementation Protective Suit,
components / Electrical Skin, serious of detailed method statement to carry out work on live electrical components All personnel
Flash/ ear damage All Equipment used for the test shall be inspected and tagged certified as FIT FOR involved in
Explosion / Fire and memory PURPOSE and shall have valid Calibration Certificate. working on live
loss due to electrical panel
Ensure work notification is provided and acknowledgement received from all concern
concussion, to be provided
personnel prior to carrying out work on live electrical components.
Fatalities with training in
Lock out, Tag out permit must be obtained before commencing the work and all the CPR and First
procedures of lock out , tag out and test to confirm circuits are de-energized must Aid.
be followed.
Ensure work is carried out only by competent , authorized and trained personnel
Only Authorized Personnel to be present in the Area. Screen all personnel entering
the area and ensure caution and danger notices are fixed and the area barricaded
with warning tapes.
Danger notice / Warning signs must be attached during the time apparatus is
considered energized.
Ensure good housekeeping in work area
Fire extinguisher to be placed in the working area
Wear safety glasses to avoid eye injury, Contain and secure loose hair, Wear Safety
shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety helmet that have been approved for the rated
electrical work. Wear hearing protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss. Follow
the manufacturer’s instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided
38 Transportation Cars, Accidents due Major minor O,A,P 4 4 High PPE.
Ensure the vehicle is operated by a qualified authorized person with a valid driver’s 2 2 Low Provide training
of employees Pick up, to over injury to body, license of the appropriate class. to all drivers of
and employees Buses, speeding, Facture to Ensure proper seating for personnel inside the vehicle (personnel must be seated the company in
using company reckless parts of the during transport with the seat-belt securely fastened) defensive
provided driving, traffic body, driving
Ensure personnel are not permitted to ride with any part of their body outside the
vehicles violations, Musculoskeleta
vehicle
Ensure tools and equipment are transported in a compartment separate from
defective l disorders
vehicles (MSD) due to personnel, and when tools or equipment must be transported in the same
awkward compartment as the personnel, they must be secured (tied down and restrained so
position of that there is no hazard of injury in case of a rollover or sudden stop)
body due to Ensure a clean air supply, lighting and communication between the personnel and
driving driver are provided
Road Rage Ensure a secondary means of exit is installed and unlocked while crew is transported
Stress
No person is to leave or board the vehicle while it is in motion.
Burns to parts
of body in case Observe all traffic rules, maintained speed limit
of fire Start early to reach destination on time.
Fatalities Ensure the vehicle is equipped with fire extinguisher and first aid kit
39 Vehicle Repair Car Jack, Entrapment, Dermatitis and O 4 3 High Ensure right tools are used for the job and they are free from defects 2 2 Low
(Garage hand tools Crushing skin cancer. Fuel retriever to be used to empty vehicle fuel tanks outside
Activity) Pneumatic tools Awkward Eye irritation
Drip tray to be used to avoid spillage, any spillages to be cleared immediately
Flammable Materials position of and breathing
Compressor work difficulties from Electrical equipments to be used should have industrial plugs and tagged by
Electrical shock fumes competent personnel as per tagging procedure
Exposure to Severe or fatal Ensure users carry out visual checks and report defects.
chemicals, burns if petrol Ensure all mechanical equipments checked before use and faults are reported to
flammable gets on them supervisor.
liquids and and is ignited.
Ensure equipment not to be left running unattended and isolated from power when
materials, toxic Potentially fatal
not in use
exhaust fumes shocks or
e.g. carbon burns by use of Wheel chocks must be placed in front end and back end of a wheel before jacking it
monoxide faulty electrical up.
Car jacks are serviced by supplier and regularly maintained and inspected
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Fire parts to parts
Fall of of the body
equipments (e.g.
39 Vehicle Repair Car Jack, Entrapment, Dermatitis and O 4 3 High 2 2 Low
(Garage hand tools Crushing skin cancer.
Activity) Pneumatic tools Awkward Eye irritation
Flammable Materials position of and breathing
Compressor work difficulties from HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
Electrical shock fumes
Exposure to Severe or fatal
chemicals, burns if petrol

Severity (1-5)

Severity (1-5)
Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
flammable gets on them

Severity)
Risk =
liquids and and is ignited. Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used materials, toxic Effectsfatal Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards Potentially to reduce Risk
exhaust fumes shocks or Level
e.g. carbon burns by use of
monoxide faulty electrical
Spillage of fuel, equipment Ensure jacks are used only where ground conditions are firm, stable and level.
engine oil, Crush injuries
Safe parking provided to employees without the need for reversing inside the garage
grease etc. from moving
Fire parts to parts Ensure vehicles are driven slowly in/out and around the garage premises.
Fall of of the body Maintain Good housekeeping
equipments (e.g. Wear clear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury , Contain and secure loose
Manual fingers/hand/ar hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves, Wear hearing protectors while
handling m) working with noisy equipment to prevent hearing loss, Follow the manufacturer’s
Vehicle Cut injuries on instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE. Shower and Eye
movements sharp edges or Wash facilities must be made available
Sharp edges scald by hot
40 Working in H2S Hand tools Leakage of and
Slips, trips H2S Inhalation
parts. of O,A 4 5 High Gas test shall be done by authorized competent personnel. Before doing any task , 2 3 Medium Drill to be
Zone Lighting equipment falls high
Severe crush work Permit shall be obtained. All precautions mentioned in the Permit Notification conducted for
Portable electrical Extreme concentrations
injuries due to shall be followed. employees to
equipment temperature may
failure cause
of car Permanent Gas monitors shall be installed in such areas besides Gas tests at regular evaluate
Ladders respiratory
jack intervals by authorized Gas tester. understanding of
Scaffolding paralysis,
Blast injuries if emergency
All confined spaces , excavations, pits and low lying damp areas shall be checked for
irregular
the air receiver procedures
Hydrogen Sulphide ( H2s ).
heartbeat,
were to
collapse
explode; and Access and egress to work area shall be kept free of any obstructions
death.
Back pain from All the employees must be well familiar with Emergency Procedure in case of Gas
Symptoms
regularly of Leak. Tool Box talks to be held on periodic basis to remind employees about
acute exposure
lifting/carrying emergency procedures.
include
heavy or Ensure Employees are aware of their Assembly Points and Safe Evacuation Route to
nausea,
awkward Assembly points for their work area.
headaches,
objects.
delirium, Ensure work is stop immediately when the H2s alarm is sounded. Ensure the work
Fractures if hit
dizziness, area is safe if the time permits them to do so.
by vehicles
tremors,
Strain/sprain or Ensure employees go crosswind and reach the Assembly point.
convulsions,
even a fracture If someone becomes unconscious, Rescue is to be done by authorized personnel only
and
throughskin and After emergency clear siren is on , Ensure work is resume only after all permit are
eye irritation"
slipping on revalidated
oil/water
Wear clear safety glasses / goggles to avoid eye injury , Contain and secure loose
spillages.
hair, Wear Safety shoes or boots, hand gloves, safety helmet , Wear hearing
Eye injury
protectors in noisy areas to prevent hearing loss, Safety harness to be worn safety
Musculoskeleta
line or lifeline or nets to be fixed if workplace conditions warrants its requirement.
l disorders
Use Respirators/ Breathing apparatus set ( if required) Follow the manufacturer’s
(MSD) due to
instruction for correct usage and maintenance of the provided PPE. Shower and Eye
awkward
Wash facilities must be made available
41 Working on DSE Computers Exposure to position of
Work-related O,A 4 3 High Adjust your chair and the monitor to find the most comfortable position for your work. 2 2 Low
( Display Screen Laptops body while
radiation (Ultra upper As a broad guide, your forearms should be approximately horizontal and your eyes
Equipments ) Office furniture's Violet Rays) working
extremity the same height as the top of the monitor.
Electrical equipments Ergonomical Skins disorder,
musculoskeleta Select the right size of the monitor depending on the task to be done
Problems llung infection,
disorders
Improper Head ache etc
(WRUEMSDS) Make sure you have enough work space to take whatever documents or other
design of due to
Musculoskeleta equipment you need.
chairs, desk, lInhalation
disorders and
of Try different arrangements of keyboard, screen, mouse and documents to find the
shelves filling theingestion
hand, ofwrist, best arrangement for you.
cabinets chemicals
forearm and
and Use a document holder to help you avoid awkward neck and eye movements.
toxic
Poor Lighting / elbow Arrange your desk and VDU to avoid glare, or bright reflections on the screen. Adjust
Glare substances with
associated curtains or blinds to prevent unwanted light.
Electricity & Heat Stress
computer
Make sure there is space under your desk to move your legs freely. Move any
electrical work.
obstacles such as boxes or equipment.
appliances Repetitive
Slip/ Trips & strain injury Avoid excess pressure from the edge of your seat on the backs of your legs and
Falls (RSI). knees. A footrest may be helpful, particularly for smaller users.
Fires & Back pain Adjust your keyboard to get a good keying position. A space in front of the keyboard
Flammable Eye strain is sometimes helpful for resting the hands and wrists when not keying.
materials Headache Try to keep your wrists straight when keying. Keep a soft touch on the keys and don’t
Chemical / Adverse effect overstretch your fingers.
Toxic on health
Position the mouse within easy reach, so it can be used with the wrist straight. Sit
substances Injury to body,
upright and close to the desk, so you don’t have to work with your mouse arm
Improper fractures due
stretched. Move the keyboard out of the way if it is not being used.
storage of to Slip, trips &
equipment / fall Support your forearm on the desk, and don’t grip the mouse too tightly.
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management inhalation of
chemical /
Toxic
Glare associated with
Electricity & computer
electrical work.
appliances Repetitive
Slip/ Trips & strain injury
Falls (RSI). HAZARD ASSESSMENT SUMMARY REPORT
Fires & Back pain
Flammable Eye strain

Severity (1-5)

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Likelihood (1-
Likelihood (1-
materials Headache

(Likelihood X
Personnel at
Chemical / Adverse effect

Severity)
Risk =
Toxic on health Residual
Potential Improvement

risk
No. WORK TASK Equipment, Tools Used substances Effects Required work precautions and controls Risk

5)

5)
Hazards Injury to body, to reduce Risk
Improper fractures due Level
storage of to Slip, trips &
equipment / fall
Tools Burns to body Rest your fingers lightly on the buttons and do not press them hard.
Poor cable due to fire Adjust the brightness and contrast controls on the monitor to suit lighting conditions
management inhalation of in the room.
chemical /
Toxic Make sure the screen surface is clean.
substances Don’t sit in the same position for long periods. Make sure you change your posture as
often as practicable.
Avoid repeated stretching to reach things you need
Take frequent breaks, they are better than fewer long ones.
Ensure all shelves and drawers are within the reach of office personnel
Ensure proper and sufficient illumination around the office area
Ensure all equipment used are free of defects and in good working conditions
Ensure proper connection for the computer, Use three pin Plugs. No loose
connections to be taken
Do not overload the extension box or the socket
Ensure all electrical cables are properly insulated and without any cut.
Ensure proper cable management and avoid any loose connections
Cables must not be passed through sharp edges, pressed in between two metals or
pass under the metals
There should not be any flammable material kept near electrical switches.
Good quality of electrical components shall be used.
CO2 / DCP Fire Extinguisher shall be placed at suitable locations around the office
premises.
Sufficient number of employees shall be trained in Fire Fighting (Theory & Practical)
Ensure good housekeeping around work area
Ensure the office corridor free from all obstructions
All flammable material should be stored in a safe and designated area only
Smoking only in designated area
Clean spillage immediately and ensure wet floors have a warning sign

Prepared by Safety Department

Signature : Date : 23/11/08


Note: although the above list address the majority of hazards encountered, it is not exhaustive due to the varied nature of our work. Hazards which may not appear on this list but are subject to be present
due to the scope of work off a particular project shall be identified and addressed by JHA / Risk Assessment for that particular project.

Legend;- Persons at risk (Own Personnel O Sub- Contractors A Public P Clients Personnel C Visitors V Others X)

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