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TITLE Fall Protection/ working at height Gas Cylinder Storage area Ladder Power Operated Hand Tools Excavation works Fire prevention and Control Heavy Equipment Personal protective equipment Piling Structural Steel erection Scaffolding Welding Vehicle safety Transportation Manual lifting/ Handling Housekeeping Handling of Grease & oil Shuttering Stressing Concrete work General Safety Rules Tagout and Lockout Procedure Barricading Reptile Bit DG Set’s Occupational Health & Welfare

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PART –II ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN EHSOM – 28 EHSOM – 29 EHSOM – 29.1 EHSOM – 29.2 EHSOM – 29.3 Waste management plan 52 52 58 60 61

Site Management Plan Site clearing Site landscaping Materials

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Environmental Monitoring Plan/Program Water Quality Monitoring & Management Plan Air Quality Monitoring & Management Plan Noise and vibration Monitoring management Plans Environmental Monitoring Program

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Gas cutting and welding Personnel protective equipment Steel erection Piling Crane Excavation Reinforcement Vehicle

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EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR ELECTRICAL WORKS

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To establish a procedure for electrical works Applicable to all electrical works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4.4.6 Operation Control Procedure Task CABLES Responsibility Sr. Electrical Engineer Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer

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Ensure that all necessary precautions are taken where overhead lines exist. Distribution cables must not cause a hazard at openings, passages, ladders, stairs etc. Ensure that cables are not lying on the ground unprotected from physical damage or wet conditions. Cables must not hang directly from nails, etc. which may cause insulation damage. Ensure that cables are protected from edges of sharp objects. Suspended cables shall not carry any weight. Rods or catenary wire shall support them. Ensure that all cables are visible. If necessary attach (yellow and black or red and white) plastic bunting strips. Is there and adequate supply of extension cables for site use? Remove all unapproved junctions and makeshift repairs

All switchgears shall be freely accessible and being locked in the ‘OFF’. Check that the cable grips are used and that the earth cable is fitted with some slack so that it is the last to be pulled out. SITE DISTRIBUTION All wiring shall confirm to specified regulations.Electrical Engineer 2. screws. or where span of 3m or more are involved. Electrical supervisor . etc are not damaged Electrical supervisor Ensure that the splash proof covers are actually used Check that the correct plugs are fitted especially by subcontractors Must be suitable for the site conditions. 3. 8. EHSOM-01 7. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR ELECTRICAL WORKS 12. PLUGS See that covers. The reason shall be discovered before a fuse is replaced. Fuses usually blow for a reason. Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer Doc. 4. Minimum height shall be 6 m above ground. Whether EHSds shall protect all electrical installation All electrical installations shall be provided with ELCB type shock guards Electrical Engineer Electrical supervisor 1 2 3 Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer 1. nails. 13. No improvised junctions. No. a catenary wire on poles or Electrical supervisor other supports shall be provided for convenient means of suspension. 4 of 114 10 11 Lighting circuits must not be used for power tools. It is illegal as well as very dangerous. Cables that need to cross open areas. silver paper. Sr. Temporary wiring causes accidents and shall be avoided. wire or silver paper must never be used to replace fuses. Nails. 1.6 meters. See that plugs have not been forced into the wrong sockets Check that the correct connections have been made.Sheet No. especially where lighting festoons are fitted with trailing Electrical Engineer leads If cables are buried. color coding shall be distinctive. 6. The line of Electrical Engineer the cable shall be clearly marked Cabling passing under the walk way and across way for transport and mobile equipment shall be laid in ducts at Electrical supervisor a minimum depth of 0. 2. a 450 mm (18ins) cover and protection with cover tiles must be provided. 5. etc FUSES Ensure that the correct type and rating of fuses are fitted.

All work shall be supervised or executed by qualified and suitably trained electricians. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS Distribution equipment utilized within the temporary electrical distribution system shall incorporate the following features: a) Flexibility in application for repeated use: b) Suitability for transport and storage: c) Robust construction to resist moisture and damage and d) Safety in use. DISTRIBUTION OF SUPPLY The site mains voltage shall be as the Electricity Utility Electrical supplies. 2. . 5 of 114 3. 2 3. MARKINGS All supply. 5. 4. 3. 400V 3-phase 4-wire system. Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer 1. Engineer a) Single-phase voltage shall be as the Electricity Utility supplies. The installation on site shall allow convenient access to authorize and competent operatives to work on the apparatus contained within. All electrical installation work on site shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements laid down in the specification. All cabling shall be run at high level whenever possible and firmly secured to ensure it does not present a hazard or obstruction to people and equipment. Minimum horizontal & vertical clearance to be maintained from power line PPE to be used while working on electrical equipment Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Sr. EHSOM-01 1. GENERAL PRECAUTION 1.Electrical Engineer 1. EARTHING All metalwork of the distribution systems and fixed appliances not carrying current shall be effectively earthed. 240v supply. Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer 1. No working on the energized equipment or live is allowed IP -44 to be used & all electrical equipment shall be of IS Specification DB box shall have identification cover & to be kept locked Master list of authorized Electrician along with the certificate shall be maintained. distribution and transformer units shall be marked with the warning sign with the word “DANGER” indicating highest voltage likely to be present.Sheet No. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR ELECTRICAL WORKS Doc. 6. No.

These harnesses’ webbing and their accompanying hardware must posses a tensile strength 2268 kg. When the low voltage supply shall be energized via the Employer’s transformer. EHSOM-02 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure S. The protective devices shall be capable of interrupting (without damage to any equipment or the mains or subcircuits) any short circuit current that may occur.4.6 Operation control procedure Task Responsibility Safety supervisor Are required to use safety harnesses. EHS Manager . Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer All users RETENTION PERIOD 3 years EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR FALL PROTECTION/WORK AT HEIGHT Doc. LOCATION/ RECORD No. Only plugs and fittings of the weatherproof type shall be used. Body belts can still be used for positioning devices. 5. 6.115V single phase vii) Portable hand lamps – 115V single phase 3.No 1.75 kW – 400 3 phase iii) Installation in site buildings – 230V single phase iv) Fixed flood lighting – 230V single phase v) Portable and hand tools – 115V single phase vi) Site lighting . 6 of 114 The following voltage shall be adhered to for typical applications throughout the distribution system: i) Fixed plant – 400V 3 phase ii) Movable plant fed via trailing cable over 3. 4. No. Protection shall be provided for all main and sub-circuits against excess current. Earthing and bonding shall be provided for all electrical installation and equipment to prevent the possibility of dangerous voltage rises and to ensure that faults are rapidly cleared by installed circuit protection. or full body harnesses with firm & lightened anchor / hold for fall protection. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY C-EHSOM-01 Check list for Electrical Safety 2. any power utilized from that source shall he either 400v 3 phase or 24O v 1 phase as appropriate. residual current and earth faults. Safety nets are to be used when workplaces are more than 7. and when the 2. This shall be ensured that all safety belts are IS approved.6m above the surface. or over water. EHS Manager 3. Body belts may no longer be used for fall protection. To establish a procedure for fall protection Applicable to entire works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4.Sheet No.

Sheet No. 9.6 Operation control procedure Task Responsibility Store Store Store Store Cylinder should be stored in a clean. EHSOM-03 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure S.No 1. No. temporary floors. 5. catches platforms. cool. dry. parts on hoists Eliminate over-head work of welders and burners when unavoidable every effort to catch the fire must be made 11. or potential sources of heat and such place of storage shall be easily accessible. wellventilated place away from boilers. The storage room or EHSd shall be of fire resistant construction Cylinders should not be stacked in a horizontal position and not allowed from free fall. Close-boarded platforms are usually sufficient. safety lines. 10. Safety nets are never used for falls greater than 9 mts. Maintain good housekeeping Dispose of left over materials Secure materials. 7. 3. Cylinders containing flammable/toxic gases to be kept separated from each other and cylinders containing different types of gases shall be stored at an adequate distance or by a suitable partition wall. Platforms should be constructed so that materials or objects can't fall and cause injury to anyone or anything below. and safety harnesses are not practical. 4. tools. 2. ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. 4. EHS Manager Safety supervisor User/Engineer Safety supervisor Safety supervisor Safety supervisor Safety supervisor Safety supervisor RETENTION PERIOD 3 years 6.4. . All safety nets are to be inspected daily. 7 of 114 use of ladders. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY C-EHSOM-15 Checklist for work at height EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR GAS CYLINDER STORAGE Doc. 8. scaffolds. Preplan for catching slag and fire Associated Records LOCATION/ RECORD No. To establish a procedure for Gas cylinder storage Applicable to Gas cylinder storage area.

7. No Smoking Signs in Hindi. No. 11. 10. 12. Do not keep cylinders in lockers. 8 of 114 5. such as caps or guards. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR GAS CYLINDER STORAGE Doc. No person shall smoke in the storage EHSd. Empty cylinders should be separated from filled ones and care to be taken that all valves are tightly shut. Mark the storage area with proper precautionary signs. Avoid storage of cylinders in a corrosive atmosphere. or toxic. colour coding & valve caps No throwing /duping of rolling at gas cylinder shall be allowed Use of non return valves and flash black arrestor Use fire extinguiEHSr near the cylinder Store Store Store 8. strap. All cylinders shall have warning sticker . 15 16 17 18 Welder Welder Welder Welder Welder Welder Welder Store Welder Store Store cylinders upright and secure them with a chain. 13. or electrical circuits to prevent possible explosion or fire. Discourage usage of magnets during loading or unloading operations of cylinders with any compressed gas. 14. Do not use oil or similar lubricant on the valves or other fittings of the cylinder. Store cylinders in a dry. English or any regional language shall be pasted at prominent locations outside the storage EHSd. Place them in a location where they will not be subject to mechanical or physical damage. Empty cylinders should be separated from filled ones and care to be taken that all valves are tightly shut. 6. heat. well-ventilated area at least 20 feet from combustible materials. or cable to a stationary building support or to a proper cylinder cart to prevent them from tipping or falling Store empty cylinders separate from full ones. EHSOM-03 19 20 Completely close the valves. If they leak. or carry matches. Store 9. fuses or other appliances that can cause ignition in the premises. and keep the valve protection devices. such as flammable. securely in place. Keep cylinders away from vehicle traffic Keep oxygen cylinders 20 feet away from fuel-gas Welder Welder 21 EHS Dept 22 23 All Users Welder . No inflammable material should be stored in the immediate vicinity of this cylinder or in the same room in which it is kept & no combustion activity / hot work around storage area.Sheet No. oxidizer. a buildup of flammable or other types of gases can occur inside the locker.

particularly those containing oxygen. EHSOM-03 5 6 7 8 9 10 Before connecting a regulator. and follow all cylinder markings and labels to avoid Misuse. and heavy gloves. safety glasses. Securely install the valve protection devices. to avoid fire or explosion. correct procedures. sparks. or reactive gases. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR GAS CYLINDER STORAGE Doc. Associated Records . nets. or special platforms designed for this purpose to prevent cylinders from falling Prevent damage – handle carefully – avoid dropping or banging them Do not lift by the protective cap/guard or use magnets or slings to lift or move them since valves may be damaged or EHSared off USE OF CYLINDERS Keep cylinders upright and away from heat. fire. or separate them with a noncombustible barrier (such as a wall) at least 5 feet high with a fire-resistance rating of at least one-half hour. and momentarily open the valve and then close it immediately. such as acetylene. Use in a well-ventilated area to avoid gas accumulation. Open valves slowly by hand to avoid gauge damage. such as caps or guards. stand to one side.Sheet No. When using a crane. understand. or electrical circuits to avoid rupture. No. or end-of-shift to avoid leaks. Read. Use the right equipment. toxic. Storage is not required for single cylinders of fuel gas and oxygen ready for use with regulators attached secured to a proper cart. called “cracking” the valve. leave it in position so that the flow of gas can be stopped quickly in an emergency. Lift and move cylinders properly Close the gas cylinder valves when not in use such as during breaks. Secure cylinders upright to a proper hand truck or cylinder cart designed for the purpose. Do not bring cylinders into a confined space to avoid inhaling the gas and possible suffocation from the accumulation of flammable. This procedure. Avoid getting any oil or grease on the cylinders or regulators/gauges. TRANSPORTATION OF CYLINDERS Most accidents or injuries involving cylinders happen when moving or handling the gas cylinders. and sufficient number of persons to lift and move cylinders to avoid personal injury and cylinder damage Wear protective footwear. 9 of 114 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 cylinders. lunch. boats. physical damage. be sure to use proper cradles. If a specific tool is required to open the valve. Don't drag or roll them – use a properly designed cart or hand truck. is done to clear the valve of dust or dirt that could enter the regulator.

inspect it for loose or damaged rungs. missing or broken rungs. hinges and other hardware. All Users/Supervisors All . Check for split or cracked side rails.6 Operation control procedure Responsibility 1. Ladder base section must be placed with a secure footing. 2.No Task To establish a procedure for use of ladder Applicable to all works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. Also check for loose screws. If the ladder has any type of defect. 10 of 114 RECORD No. which is defective. C-EHSOM-04 TITLE Checklist for welding and cutting LOCATION/ RESPONSIBILITY RETENTION PERIOD 3 years EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR LADDER Doc. Also check for splinters and sharp edges. Each time you use a ladder. it must be repaired or the ladder must be replaced. EHSOM-04 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. rails or braces. loose rungs or other weaknesses.Sheet No. No. steps. Never use a ladder. Oil & Grease on the rungs.4.

Blocks. 7. Do not try reaching so far that you lose your balance. 11 of 114 3. 9. use only approved sturdy ladders that you can place on a firm base. level. Non-skid feet or spurs may prevent a ladder from slipping on a hard.6 Operation control procedure Task Responsibility Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Sr. angle out the ladder base equivalent to one-fourth the ladder's working length. 10 11. move the ladder. 6. Whenever possible. 5. 4. On any job requiring a ladder. All portable tools shall be of double insulation type Ensure that there are no cracks or pieces missing on the . Rungs must be spaced between 10 and 14 inches apart. Ladders used to reach a walking surface or roof must extend at least 3 feet beyond. or steps must be parallel. Extension ladders need both locks holding to prevent overloading a rail. C-EHSOM-02 TITLE Checklist for Ladder LOCATION/ RESPONSIBILITY Users/Supervisors All Users/Supervisors All Users/Supervisors Safety supervisor All Users/Supervisors Safety supervisor Safety supervisor EHS Manager Safety supervisor EHS Manager EHS Manager 13. EHSOM-05 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. and uniformly spaced when the ladder is in position for use. Ladder rungs. Extension ladders shall be kept from slipping or tipping by tying off the ladder at the top and securing the ladder at the bottom. A damaged side rail may cause one side of a ladder to give way. Barrels shall not be used as support Do not hand-carry loads on a ladder.Sheet No. smooth surface. No. EHS Manager RETENTION PERIOD 3 years EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR POWER OPERATED HAND TOOLS Doc. 12.4. Flexible cords shall be kept as short as possible Frequently checked for damage and repaired. 8.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 To establish a procedure for power operated hand tools Applicable to all works ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. The base should be spaced 1 foot away for every 4 feet it reaches up. Associated Records RECORD No. The ladder should reach at least three feet above the landing. cleats. Long trailing leads over the ground or floor shall be avoided. Boxes. which can cause fire. Drums and reels shall be inspected regularly for overheating.Electrical Engineer Electrical supervisor Electrical Engineer Shall operate on 240 Volts. Do not stand on the ladder's top three rungs. Damaged cables shall be replaced.

electrical cables etc. 3. 12 of 114 machine. C-EHSOM-01 TITLE Checklist for Electrical safety LOCATION/ RESPONSIBILITY RETENTION PERIOD 3 years 9 Sr./Foreman 2./Foreman Site incharge. .Electrical Engineer 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer All user/supervisor All user/supervisor All user/supervisor All user/supervisor All user/supervisor All user/supervisor All user/supervisor EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR EXCAVATION Doc. Proper precautions should be taken to prevent accidents to the workmen engaged in the excavation work. walkways. Warning lights and area lighting shall be used from sunset to sunrise as needed to protect the public and employees.6 Operation control procedure Task Responsibility Site incharge. No. Check the name plate is secure with details of Type Serial number Voltage Volts AC/DC Frequency (normally 50 HZ) Current Amps Speed RPM Other details depending on manufacturer Check that the permissible number of power tools on each circuit is not exceeded. Use the right tool for the job Keeping away from inflammable liquid ( sparking tools) Associated Records RECORD No. It shall assure that barricades./Foreman Site incharge. EHSOM-06 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. sewers. lighting and signs are used as needed to protect the public during excavation work.) shall be obtained. Disconnect machine when not in use. gas mains. Prior to start of any excavation complete information on the underground structures (such as water pipelines. Power tools shall only be issued to specific employees and not for general use Disconnect machine before adjusting or working on it.4. Keep machine clean and free from dampness Do not start or stop machine under load Tools should not be used for other than their intended use Keep all cutting tools sharp Tools shall be kept in a safe condition without broken or damaged parts.No 1.Sheet No. To establish a procedure for excavation works Applicable to all excavation works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4.

each per 100 sq. will be constructed. shafts and similar excavations shall be barricaded or covered and posted as needed to prevent unauthorized access. nearby buildings or other structures. Fire extinguiEHSrs shall be placed at the rate for 1.4. such as shoring./Foreman Site incharge. 5. and shall wear. gloves. The precautions taken. 2. safety eyewear. direct view of the edge of the excavation. operated next to the edge of an excavation if the operator does not have a clear.6 Operation control procedure Task Responsibility EHS Dept EHS Dept EHS Dept EHS Dept EHS Dept Access to all available firefighting equipment shall be maintained at all times. Travel . Defective or exhausted equipment shall be replaced immediately. Workers exposed to vehicular traffic shall be given. 13 of 114 Wells. The precautions to protect workers. or stop logs) shall be used when mobile equipment is 6. Associated Records LOCATION/ RECORD No.meters of the protected work area. bracing./Foreman Site incharge.0 m) from the edge of the excavation. pits. and fall protective devices shall be furniEHSd./Foreman Site incharge. A warning system (such as barricades.Sheet No. 5. or underpinning. Supervisor shall take care that all materials or equipment 10. 3. needed to stop and contain falling material. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY C-EHSOM-09 Check list for excavation 4. Firefighting equipment shall be inspected quarterly and maintained in operating condition. Ensure that all workers wear all required safety-related 7. are kept at least 3 feet (1./Foreman Site incharge. 4. Heavy vehicles shall not be allowed near the edge of excavations unless the support work has been specially designed to permit it. No. workers shall not to work above one another in an excavation where the danger of falling rock or earth exists. Site incharge. Hard-hats. hearing protection. Scaling to remove loose material. holes. All firefighting equipment shall be conspicuously located at each jobsite. hand signals. Installation of barricades such as wire mesh or timber as 9. Hi Vision vests or other suitable garments. personnel protective equipment viz. To establish a procedure for fire prevention and control Applicable to all works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. EHSOM-07 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure S./Foreman Supervisor RETENTION PERIOD 3 YEARS EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL Doc.No 1.

operators and banks man of the mechanical plant and equipment must be competent to perform their duties. portable heating equipment. etc. These containers shall be clearly labeled and stored in a separate.6 Operation control procedure Task Responsibility Plant/Equipment incharge Plant/Equipment/ EHS Dept. flammable liquids or gases. No. are prohibited in areas where explosives. Plant/Equipment Dept. RETENTION PERIOD EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT (CRANE /HDYRA/PILLING MACHINE) Doc. Sources of ignition. equipment. matches. Site Incharge/ All drivers. materials and debris that could delay emergency use of such equipment. be sure it is recharged or replaced with another fully charged extinguiEHSr.” Fire fighting equipment must be kept free from obstacles. 14 of 114 distance from any point of the protected area to the nearest fire extinguiEHSr must not exceed 30 meters.. .No 1. EHSOM-08 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure S. All personnel at site shall be familiar with the location and use of the project’s fire fighting equipment. or in the vicinity of operations. Associated Records LOCATION/ TITLE RESPONSIBILITY 6. It is recommended that all the Plant Operators must hold heavy vehicle driving license. Before using mechanical plant designed to carry materials of 2. To establish a procedure for Heavy equipment Applicable to all works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. or other combustibles exist. 4. such as cigarettes. or in other locations. which exist if it is not used properly. which constitute a fire hazard. Flammable liquids shall be kept in approved safety cans for use in small quantities and for transportation. Such operations must be conspicuously posted: “No Smoking or Open Flame. If you use a fire extinguiEHSr. and the hazards. Drivers and operators should have been trained not only in the correct operation of the plant and equipment but also in the limitation of its use. unguarded light bulbs.Sheet No. protected area. Smoking is prohibited at. unless authorized to do so or in case of fire.4. EHS Dept 7 EHS Dept 8 Safety supervisor 9 Safety supervisor 10 EHS Dept RECORD No. 3. Do not remove or tamper with fire extinguiEHSrs installed on equipment or vehicles.

Mobile Plant is often large. 8. 6. be fitted with Automatic Safe Load Indicators which shall be kept in an operable condition at all times the lifting appliance is in use. 12. 2. or foul controls. Safe means of access to the cab Plant/Equipment must be provided. the driver should be instructed concerning the Plant/Equipment correct loading and unloading techniques and be made fully Dept aware of the dangers of the overloading. indicator. the load is placed so that the center of gravity is kept as low as practicable and near Mechanical Forman to the vehicle’s longitudinal centerline. Loose clothing can catch in moving parts. All lifting appliances with a lifting capacity of more than one tone shall. In order to achieve maximum stability. brakes on and any load or attachment lowered to ground. with the Safe Working Load being stamped or clearly displayed upon it. Ii shall be ensured that all lifting gear shall be in good condition and shall be tested and certified every six months. mobile cranes. For these Site Incharge/ reasons non-essential persons should be kept well away from Plant/Equipment the area of operation and the driver should be provided with a trained banks man where necessary. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT (CRANE /HDYRA/PILLING MACHINE) Doc. or similar gear and a ring. 10. link. 5. No. wire. gantry cranes. Unless proper provision has been made to carry passengers Site Incharge/ on a machine the driver must be instructed not to carry any Plant/Equipment passengers. 7. shackle. Test/Examination by component person shall be maintained Mechanical engg. rope slings. level ground when unattended. preventive maintenance should be Plant/Equipment establiEHSd to ensure that all plant and equipment would Dept. 15 of 114 any description. where practicable. plate. powerful and noisy in operation and the drivers may have restricted visibilities. with the engine Site Incharge stopped. launching beams and lorry mounted cranes. 1 LIFTING OPERATIONS All lifting appliances. Checks shall be made to ensure that Automatic Safe Load Indicator is properly calibrated and is functioning properly. All lifting appliances shall be maintained in accordance with the manufacturers instructions and shall be subject to a regular preventative maintenance programme The operators of lifting appliances shall conduct daily inspections of their respective lifting appliances with the result of the inspections being recorded and kept available for inspection by the Employer’s Representative. 11. 3. All lifting gear shall be visually inspected before any use and if any L defects are . Records of test shall be kept available. Dept. Reverse alarm. Drivers Operators should wear sensible clothing. EHSOM-08 2. remain safe to operate. swivel or eye bolt. prior to being allowed to work on site shall have a current Certificate of safe operations. book. Clamp. Programme of regular. LIFTING GEAR Lifting Gear includes chain slings. Drivers must be aware that mobile equipment should be parked on firm. 1. 3. 9.Sheet No. 4.

All crane hooks shall be fitted with an operable safety catch. Wearing of safety shoes and helmets is mandatory in this site. No. No person shall he allowed to ride the hook of the crane or the loads being lifted.6 Operation control procedure Task Method Statements Responsibility EHS Dept All contractors must provide to their workers suitable protective equipment required for personal protection. 10. No loads shall be slewed over public areas without stopping pedestrians and vehicles first. 6. 7. 1.Sheet No. No unauthorized persons shall be allowed into the lifting zone. 2. Before commencing any lifting operations the ground conditions on which the crane is to stand shall be investigated in order to ensure that the load bearing capabilities are adequate. Rings. 5. The driver of the crane shall respond to signals from only the appointed signaler but shall obey the stop signal at any time no matter who gives it. bracelet. Provision shall he made to ensure that the lifting slings or chains can he safely removed from the loads once they have been landed. Associated Records LOCATION/ RETENTION RECORD No.4. All lifting gear shall be properly stored arid not let lying on the ground where it could be damaged or used in an unsafe manner GENERAL PRECAUTION OF LIFTING OPERATIONS It shall be ensured that during the course o1 any lifting operations the following minimum requirement shall be followed: Only thoroughly trained and experienced persons are allowed to sling loads and give directions to crane operators. All PPEs to be worn must be maintained in good condition. ear rings long neck chains shall not be worn near moving machinery or where electrical work is being done. 3. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY PERIOD C-EHSOM-15 Checklist for 3 Years Heavy vehicle equipment EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Doc.No 1. 9. 4. loose . A standard code of hand signals shall be adopted for controlling the movement of the crane and both the driver and the signaler shall be thoroughly familiar with the signals. 4. 8. Personnel with long hair or beard. Wherever practicable all loads shall have tag-lines attached in order to ensure that the load can be controlled at all times. EHSOM-09 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure S. 16 of 114 found then it shall be removed from site and cut into Pieces in order to ensure that it is not used in a defective state. To establish a procedure for Personal Protective Equipment Applicable to all Personal Protective Equipment at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4.

Skin If there is any possibility of skin irritation while handling or using any material. 17 of 114 clothing. 2. unbuttoned or loose. Fingers. Foot guards shall be worn for using jack hammers/ backfill tampers and similar equipment.Sheet No. Eyes and Ears Safety glasses shall be worn by everyone who is doing – a) Mechanical / electrical work b) Any work in an area where mechanical/ electrical work is carried out.g. Complete arm protection may be required on some sites. EHS Dept 4. or where warning sign is posted. ear muffs) shall be worn in areas where noise level exceeding 90 db (A) exceeds eight hours a day. Hands and Wrists Hand gloves suitable for the job must be worn unless the job cannot be done with gloves or unless wearing of gloves increases the hazard. Rubber gumboots with toe protection shall be worn by masons/ concreting gang or those working in wet area. EHS Dept 3. Hearing protection (e. Special eye protection shall be worn during sand blasting operation. concrete chippers. those involved in drilling operations above shoulder height or anyone who is doing any work in which foreign particles may enter the eyes. Respiratory Protection Suitable respirators approved as per IS specifications shall be worn wherever necessary. EHSOM-09 Feet and Legs Proper safety shoes shall be worn by all at every work site. Architect. Those who are performing grinding or abrasive cutting shall wear full – face shields. Site covered goggles or face protection shall be worn by cement feeders. long sleeves shall not work near moving machinery. No. All Designers. proper PPE shall be used as specified in the MSDS of that material. COLOUR CODING FOR HELMETS Safety Helmet Person to use Colour Code White staffs Grey. EHS Dept EHS Dept EHS Dept . EHS Dept EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Doc. Consultants. Eye protection with minimum required density of filter should be worn by welders and gas cutters. Ear plugs.

Finger coats. etc) 3) Body Protection (High visibility clothing (waistcoat/jacket). etc) 6) Hand Protection (Gloves. etc) 7) Respiratory Protection.Sheet No. Apron. etc) 8) Hearing Protection (Ear plugs. Rope-grap fall arrester. Ear muffs. etc) 5) Eye Protection (Goggles. etc) Associated Records LOCATION/ TITLE RESPONSIBILITY Checklist for personnel protective equipment All Users RECORD No. SCBAs. C-EHSOM. etc) 4) Personal fall protection (Full body harness.05 RETENTION PERIOD 3 years . Gumboot. 18 of 114 Violet Blue Red Green Orange Yellow etc Main Contractors (Engineers / Supervisors) All Sub. (Nose mask.contractors (Engineers / Supervisors) Electricians (Both Contractor and Subcontractor) Safety Professionals (Both Contractor and Subcontractor) Security Guards / Traffic marshals All workmen White with Visitors “VISITOR” sticker) Primarily PPEs are required for the following protection 1) Head Protection (Safety helmets) 2) Foot Protection (Safety footwear. Welders glasses.

19 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SELECTION OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR IDENTIFIED CONDITION Doc. No.Sheet No. EHSOM-09 Head Protection Activity Arc W elding Blacksmithing Masonary Carpentry Painting jobs crane operation Electrical Maintenance Laboratory W ork Furnace operations Painting jobs gas welding and cutting Radiography working at heights Helmet l l l l l l l l l l l l l leg protection slip in plastic welding leather type face hand electrical suspension leg safety safety shield shield leather Asbestos rubber resistance canvas lead leather asbestos PVC Lead belt guard boot boot asbestos l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l Goggles Gloves Apron .

with the exception of tripod piling. The main reasons for this are that in all cases heavy plant and machinery will be used. The main types of piling covered are a. and often the exact conditions of the land and its contents are unknown. and before any piling operations commence a full method statement and risk assessment must be prepared by the piling contractor or persons carrying out the operations. Piling operations can give rise to different hazards dependent upon the type of piling being undertaken. the initial site preparations are of utmost importance. the initial site preparations are of utmost importance. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT Site Preparations: When carrying out all types of piling.No To establish a procedure for Safety Requirements for Piling Applicable to all Piling work at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. No. the general precautions and the various types of piling methods in use. water and slurry. EHSet Piling c. Driven Piling: This operation includes the driving of pre-cast. conditions under foot can become very difficult due to spoil. Tripod Piling: Tripod piling is more labour intensive than other types of piling operations. Driven Piling b. If such noise outputs are likely to cause environmental problems then consideration must be given to the use of alternative methods at the design stage. driven cast in-situ timber or steel EHSet piles. EHSOM-10 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure S. generally common on al types of piling and the following gives the risks and associated controls relevant to site preparation. 20 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PILING Doc. however. Rotary Bored Piling d.Sheet No.6 Operation control procedure Task Method Statements Responsibility 1. which must be considered when the general risk assessment process is being undertaken. and often the exact conditions of the land and its contents are unknown. EHSOM-10 . with the exception of tripod piling. All user /supervisor 2. Tripod Piling In all cases.4. Certain hazards are. All user /supervisor EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. In all situations associated with driven piling the activities will generate a considerable amount of noise. Site Preparations: When carrying out all types of piling. This method statement must be thoroughly vetted by management before any works are started. The main reasons for this are that in all cases heavy plant and machinery will be used. No.

The position and location of underground services. All other persons should stand clear whilst the operation is taking place. eye and ear protection and gloves. In particular the movement of service cranes should be considered when determining the layout for piling operations. goal posts etc. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. The correct safe procedure is set out in the manufacturers or operators hand book for the rigging and de-rigging operations.Sheet No. Rigging and de-rigging may only be carried out under the supervision of a competent person who has been nominated by the piling contractor. 21 of 114 TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PILING GENERAL PRECAUTION Prior to commencement on site the piling contractor needs to have information relating to the condition of the land. and that all ground conditions have been taken into consideration at initial assessment stage. by appropriate barriers. Confirmation of such whereabouts should be by reference to all relevant information as provided by the Client/ Planning Supervisor or from information received from statutory authorities. Work must not commence until a safe system of working has been prepared and agreed. Safety harnesses should be used when working at height. In addition all personnel involved in piling operations must wear the appropriate protective equipment and clothing i. and boots. Ensure a firm piling mat has been provided.e. The appropriate authorization and/or notification must be obtained prior to any discharge taking place (see Contaminated Sites and Environment). The presence of watercourses and expected run off routes needs to be identified. All overhead services must be clearly marked. This aspect is of particular importance where contaminated land conditions are present. Adequate space must be provided for the contractors operations and for safe storage of materials. The most common cause of piling rig collapse is poor ground conditions. No. (see Overhead Services). EHSOM-10 . voids and watercourses should be establiEHSd prior to work commencing. All surveys and examinations must be carried out by competent persons and any information relating to previous land uses must be obtained and made available. safety helmets.

Adequate Protection for underground cables and Pipeline with heavy equipment and loads adequate mats or steel plate shall be used to prevent damage. The area where hoisting operation are being carried out shall be roped off. All loads which are to be lifted must only be lifted using the correct slings and signaling techniques which are set out. All piling rigs. 22 of 114 TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PILING Upon arrival at site. Personal inside the rope area shall be only those directly employed on the hoisting activity. Ensure that all ladders are long enough and extend at least 1. A permit is required for work within 20 Meters of overhead Power lines. No. Prior to starting the lift by two booms calculation shall be made before lifting. No one is allowed to walk under suspended load or boom under load. All piling rigs and hoisting equipment shall be provided with a suitable fire extinguiEHSr. Results of inspections must be recorded.    A minimum distance of 3 Meters for Voltage up to 500 V. by a competent person. the machine must be inspected before use. side boom and other lifting equipment shall have a certificate before entering the work site.Sheet No. All open pile shafts must be either covered or have barriers placed around them to prevent persons from gaining access. EHSOM-10 . All certification must be updated in 4 months. These equipments shall be inspected on regular basis. This also includes freshly poured piles. Electrical shielding of power lines is required when minimum clearance distances cannot be maintained. All works to be supervised by a competent supervisor/ foreman. A minimum distance of 5 Meters for Voltage exceeding 500 V. When working near overhead Power lines or bus bars the following safe distances shall be maintained.5m above any working platform and that they are in good condition for access onto rigs or other working places EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc.

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Ready mixed concrete trucks when fully loaded are top heavy with heavily loaded rear wheels, a banks man should be present when reversing the vehicle and wheel stops should also be provided to prevent the vehicle from getting too close to the edge of excavations, piles or concrete pumps. Extra care must be taken when trucks have to go across gradients. Reinforcement and cages should be unloaded onto supports to allow for re-slinging. All rotating parts of machinery should be suitably guarded or fenced. A full noise assessment must be carried out and must form part of the method statement and risk assessment. The effects on all persons on site, and the local environment must be taken into account when preparing the assessment. Any control measures including hearing protection identified as being necessary by the assessment should be put into operation prior to commencing operations. Driven Piles: When splitting boundless of EHSet piles, chocks should be used and purpose made straps and grips should be employed for handling purposes. Piles should not be stacked in a way that makes them unstable or unsafe. Tubular piles should never be stacked more then four high and should be chocked at all times. Hand or “tag” lines should be used at all times to control loads during lifting operations. When pitching piles, remote release shackles should be used, taking care that the pin is properly engaged through the EHSet before being lifted into the vertical position. If piles are too heavy for a remote release shackle and work cannot safely be carried out from a ladder, a lifting cage should be provided to gain access for unscrewing the shackle. Long EHSet piles should be pitched with a pile threaded. When this is not possible, a pile pitcher cage should be used, suspended from an adjacent pile, with operatives wearing safety harnesses anchored to the adjacent pile prior to removal of the crane hook from the cage.

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Piling hammers and in particular all clamping bolts should be inspected daily. Guide ropes must be used when positioning the hammer. All personnel must be at ground level and stand well clear during piling operations. In the event of the hammer piston becoming jammed, the trip – lever should be pulled to the “open” position before the hammer is removed from the pile. Supply lines/ cables must be kept under observation and checked for damage, with unserviceable equipment being withdrawn immediately. The load on the hook must always be lifted vertically. Rigs should be placed on leveled and firmed ground. Crane mounted rigs should not be marched in loose soil/ marshy area. The areas should be inspected, filled with earth if required. Rotary bored Piles An area should be segregated for the dumping of spoil from the auger. It should be out of the way with no general access to others on site. When the spoil is shaken off the auger, the driver is to ensure no persons are in the vicinity. A banksman should remain with the rig during the piling operation. The pile bore should always be protected to prevent persons from falling in, barriers, casings or cover should be used. Ropes are subject to heavy wear, they must be inspected frequently and changed as necessary. Hearing protection should be worn where the noise assessment indicates. All control levers on piling rigs should be marked to indicate their purpose and mode of operation. Tripod Piling The general area of the rig must be kept as clear as possible. Tripods must not be used unless a current test and examination certificate is available, and kept on site. The safe working load must be clearly marked on the winch, a current certificate of test and thorough examination for the winch provided.

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Only correct shear pins must be used on the shear legs. Tripod legs must not be over – spread, or overloaded. All ropes should be secured with bulldog clips. Where appropriate, properly constructed hard-eyes or saddles must be used. Chains or ropes used for lifting or lowering must not be shortened or joined with a knot. All ropes must be checked daily and unserviceable ropes immediately withdrawn. There must be at least two full turns of rope remaining on the winch drum at all times and effectively secure to the outside of the winch drum. All accessible moving parts of the winch must be effectively guarded and a pulley guard be fitted to the top pulley. When a rope/ chain block is used to extract the casings, the capacity of the block must not exceed the capacity of the rig. Hearing protection must be worn where necessary. All cages to be lifted on designated lifting points. Cages must only be lifted using a shackle or hook with a safety clip in working order. Barriers must be placed around the pile when casing has been pulled. Boreholes must be fenced or securely covered when left unattended.

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There is a risk of fracturing of the rope due to shock loading. Associated Records LOCATION/ TITLE RESPONSIBILITY Check list for Safety Requirements for Piling RECORD No. Piles should not be stacked too high.Sheet No.All personnel should be at ground level during Piling Operation. Pile cage/ muck not to be loaded on the barricades Ensure that all pile bores are covered with grating. o o o Proper arrangement should be used for checking the Pulley. All excavated areas to be highlighted with caution tape. HAMMER: Hammers: Use guide ropes when positioning a hammer. Tyre wash to be ensured before vehicle enters road. o o Pile driving rig should be tested for sound construction and proper records be maintained. Stand clear when starting and operating . 26 of 114 TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR PILING SAFE PROCEDURE : o Ensure that all lifting equipment has third party test certificate and the operator has a valid competency certificate / authorization. o o o o o o Never swing the load over moving traffic.e.07 RETENTION PERIOD 3 years . All persons working on the Piling Operation must wear Safety Helmets (i. The ropes used should be examined at least once in months. C-EHSOM. Helmets with Chin Strap). Use cage and Service Crane for working at height. The rope winch and other parts of drive should be of proper design and all the moving parts should be well guarded.

will give rise to the danger of collapse.Sheet No. it is at this phase that excess loads. Movements around the site should be planned with the provision of designated access ways. particularly live electric cables should be checked as should the positions of any buried services which may be vulnerable to damage by traffic. No.6 Operation control procedure Task Method Statements Responsibility 1. EHSOM-11 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. Holding down bolts are designed only for loads experienced by the completed structure. Other types of pre-case columns incorporate a steel base plate similar to those found on a prefabricated steel column. The bolts should be loosened off immediately after compaction of the concrete by rotating them in their sleeves. Site preparation To check suitable unobstructed safe access for delivery vehicles. the outline information provided at pre-contract stage should be developed into a method statement. To Check work commences on site. unless adequate temporary bracing is provided in the form of props or guys. Ground Preparation and bases To check sound foundation for each column. alignment and level can lead to improvisation by erectors. Pre-cast frame columns are usually inserted into sockets cast into the foundation blocks and consequently are required to be held temporarily in place after alignment. cranes and other plant. It should be capable of accepting both a vertical load and also the additional horizontal thrust which is developed as soon as temporary props are removed. All user/supervisor All user/supervisor . 2. Erection operations must not commence until the method statement has been approved by site management. 27 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION Doc.4. The position of overhead services. if applied to them.No To establish a procedure for Structural Steel Erection Applicable to all Steel Erection work at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. Wedges and props are used for this purpose until the column has been made secure by grouting. Errors in position.

Once the frame is erected. No. Grouting and pointing of the joints should be carried out as work proceeds. In common with the accepted practice in roofing. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY C-EHSOM-06 Check list for Steel Erection 4. lined and leveled it is essential that holding down bolts are maintained tight Erection of a Steel Frame To check the safe erection of a structure is the “braced bay”. EHSOM-11 Tripods and anchorage points for guy ropes should be suitably protected from vehicle traffic and locked off where there is potential risk of vandalism. To achieve this braced bay. The greatest risk faced by persons placing concrete floor units is that of falls. 28 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR SRRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTION Doc.Sheet No. when work is suspended or left unattended a barrier should be placed at the leading edge unless all access to that floor is removed. 5. Associated Records LOCATION/ RECORD No. or “bolt down” arrangements using a steel base plate fixed to the concrete unit. edge protection must be fixed prior to the placing of any floor unit. which are connected by 4 pieces of fabricated steel. Once the columns are erected and leveled in the joining truss or beam may be placed in position and the connections made. tied and stabilized by either temporary or permanent bracing. An alternative method of fall protection which can be utilized is the provision of harnesses and running lines. Pre – cast Concrete and Concrete Frame Erection Accuracy and efficiency in erection depends on correct preparation of the bases. requires 4 columns or stanchions. Adequate supplies of steel plate packing pieces should be provided for use on leveling prior to grouping. which may be sockets or pockets into which the columns are set. RETENTION PERIOD 3 years . The crane is often required to hold unstable units until connections are made and stability achieved. It is acceptable to leave unprotected the “leading edge” however.

3. guardrails and/or personal fall-arrest must be used. A scaffold that is more than 4 times higher than its base is wide must be tied to supports. Guardrails and toe boards are required for any scaffold over five feet high. No. etc.Sheet No. 6. boxes. 29 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR SCAFFOLDING Doc. Work shall not be permitted during high winds Scaffold platforms above one section high must be provided with safe access. increase working height.No 1. 11. cable. 7. 9. EHSOM-12 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. Scaffolding platforms and walkways must be 18" (450 mm) wide or more. Ten-foot planks must extend at least 6" past the end supports. Securing will be by wire. or rope Associated Records LOCATION/ RECORD No. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY C-EHSOM.03 Checklist for scaffolding EHS Dept EHS Dept EHS Dept RETENTION PERIOD 3 years . Task To establish a procedure for Scaffolding Applicable to all works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4.. platforms must be level. 14.. 4. 12.. 8. so any cracks will show. but not more than 12".4.6 Operation control procedure Responsibility Site incharge Site incharge Site incharge EHS Dept Site incharge EHS Dept Site incharge Site incharge Site incharge EHS Dept The site-in-charge must inspect a scaffold before each work shift. Wood planks must be unpainted. 2. Scaffolding shall be secured at intervals of 15 feet to a solid support. Scaffolds must not be moved with employee(s) or materials on the scaffold. Flooring shall be solid from side-to-side and secured in place with cleats. 5. Uprights must be vertical and braced to prevent swaying. Ladders. Keep scaffolds 10 feet or more from power lines (or 3 feet. If a work area is less than 18" wide. must not be used on scaffolding to 13. if lines are less than 300 volts).

Task To establish a procedure for welding works Applicable to all welding works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. Site incharge 8. Always use soapy water instead of matches to check for leaks in hoses. 2.No 1. Acetylene and oxygen tanks shall be securely fastened to a dolly or stand to prevent their falling or being knocked over. Move cylinders by tilting and rolling them on their bottom edges. wear approved goggles and avoid looking directly at the flash. moving. 9. When working in the vicinity of welding operations. Inspect your work area for fire hazards and proper ventilation before welding or cutting. fittings. and avoid touching metal surfaces until they have cooled. Safety supervisor EHS Dept EHS Dept . Place compressed gas cylinders in an upright position. Safety supervisor Safety supervisor Site incharge 7. Do not allow cylinders to be dropped. Localized ventilation shall be used when necessary. Be alert to hot surfaces. Acetylene tanks shall only be used while in an upright position. Nearest fire extinguiEHSr in the work area in case of future need for an emergency. and hot slag. 6.Sheet No. Only authorized personnel under proper supervision shall perform welding and cutting operations. 13. or come into contact with other cylinders.6 Operation control procedure Responsibility Site incharge Site supervisor Site supervisor Only qualified welders are to be authorized to do any welding. 10. heating. Never use matches or cigarette lighters. Avoid welding or cutting sparks. Fire extinguishing equipment must be immediately available in the work area. EHSOM-13 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. and do not store them near any sources of heat. and storing compressed gas cylinders. struck. welding shields. 3. No. 30 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR WELDING Doc. and gloves be worn at all times. Proper fire extinguiEHSrs shall be immediately available. or cutting.4. 5. Handle them with extreme care. violently. Welding operations require that approved eye protection. and valves in welding operations. Use only friction lighters to light torches. When transporting. and secure them in place to prevent dropping or falling. always ensure that the valve protection cap is in place and secured. 14. Safety supervisor 12. 4. Safety supervisor Safety supervisor Safety supervisor 11.

Storage of empty or full compressed gas cylinders must involve the securing of every cylinder by an approved chain or webbing. Valve caps must be in place on all cylinders when not in use. EHS Dept 20. RECORD No. Valve caps help prevent the accidental damage or breakage of cylinder heads. 31 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR WELDING Doc. EHS Dept 19. Associated Records LOCATION/ TITLE RESPONSIBILITY Checklist for welding Safety supervisor EHS Dept 17. A cylinder valve should be opened slowly to avoid valve damage. Proper eye protection shall be worn when observing welding or cutting operations. No. Empty and full cylinders should be stored in separate areas or must be separated by a firewall. EHS Dept C-EHSOM-04 RETENTION PERIOD 3 years . also when chipping slag. Oxygen acetylene torch units shall be lit with proper ignition equipment and not with matches or cigarettes. Those cylinders in use shall be properly secured in an upright position and shall be transported only on cylinder carts. 16. EHSOM-13 15. Oil in any form shall be kept away from sources of oxygen. Cylinders containing flammables must be stored separate from oxidizers and at least 20 feet from fuel sources. Cylinders must not be stored horizontally. EHS Dept 18. Accident occurred when the heads of these cylinders broken and the unsecured tanks propelled like rockets out of control. Gas cylinders may contain up to 3.000 psi pressure.Sheet No.

lights or horns that are not functioning.4. TITLE RESPONSIBILITY C-EHSOM-13 Checklist for vehicle safety Driver Driver RETENTION PERIOD 3 years . not by workers. as soon as the problem is discovered. not to mention human injury in general. allow workers to ride on top of materials to keep them in place. Motor vehicle traffic mixing with bicycle and pedestrian traffic is a major concern on campus. civil law favors the bicyclist or pedestrian because of the chance of serious injury being incurred by either when involved in an accident with a motor vehicle. 3. Driver 5.No 1. In either case. but also have a responsibility to exercise due care to avoid colliding with any pedestrian upon any roadway. vehicle repair. Likewise. No. Task To establish a procedure for Vehicle safety Applicable to all works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. It is also your responsibility to provide maintenance to the vehicle for which you are responsible. This means notifying your supervisor of braking or steering problems. Even though bicycles are required to follow the rules of the road. 32 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR VEHICLE SAFETY Doc. 2.Sheet No. It is your responsibility to closely follow the laws set forth by the State of Alabama as your rules of the road. area not only have a responsibility to be legal in regard to statutory rules of the road. Site incharge Experience /Training certificate before allowing to work Vehicle accidents can be costly from the standpoint of time lost. many bicycle operators fail to obey stop signs or signal when making turns. EHSOM-14 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. Materials or equipment to be moved on trucks shall be strapped or held down by ropes. Never 7. Driver Motor vehicle drivers should always stop for pedestrians on a campus street. and medical costs. pedestrians are apt to step off a curb and cross the street at any location. etc. Drivers of motor vehicles in a pedestrian traffic 6.6 Operation control procedure Responsibility Mechanical Engg. particularly those pedestrians in a crosswalk. Associated Records LOCATION/ RECORD No. Drivers of motor vehicles should never park or travel in a bicycle path or on a sidewalk and should always look for a bicyclist that may be passing on the right. Driver 4.

any heavy equipment/materials which extrudes out of the vehicle. additives. Carry out maintenance as per Manufacturer recommendations for maintenance as per Manual / Checklists. Use seat belts. lube quality. in case of petrol). put a red flag to caution the public. 50 kmph in city conditions) and need to be in good operating condition. In case of leakage in fuel system. avoid frequent use of clutch and brakes. lubes. Never be near the vehicle / use a phone during fuel refilling. always purchase Fuel. look whether the vehicle doors are operable. Never park vehicles near to sources of high heat. Certificate of Registration.6 Operation control procedure 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Drive vehicles at safe speed limits displayed on road (max. octane no. Ensure that the person driving is not colour blind. fuel quality (e. Ensure that rear mirror. fuel and air ratio. Whenever a transit mixer or any other HTV is standing at the site near an excavation. No. if not. While transporting concrete or water ensure that a flap is put on the manhole while moving to avoid spillage of concrete or contaminated water on the road. Possess documents like Driving License. Follow the Manufacturers recommendation for tyre pressure. . then push open / break the Door with any heavy metal object and come out. Always maintain the optimal speed limits gear – wise (normally shown as green zone in the speedometer). Help copassengers. horn. loading etc. Pollution Under Control Certificate etc. Dial emergency number 100.No Task To establish a procedure for Transportation Applicable to all works at site ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4.. spares to be purchased from Company authorized outlets only. if required.Sheet No. 33 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SAFE PROCEDURE FOR TRANSPORTATION Doc. vehicles shall not be parked within 6 m of any source of ignition or fire. Always park the vehicle in such a way that the front faces towards the main exit-way. Whenever transporting. hand brake are in working condition. Do not use mobile phones while driving. In case of any emergency. Fitness Certificate. Do not install unauthorized LPG / CNG cylinders and kits as it is highly unsafe as well as illegal. Ensure that at least One number each of dry powder type fire extinguiEHSrs are provided in service vans.4. EHSOM-15 Purpose Scope Performance criteria Cross reference Procedure S. Whenever reversing the vehicle ensure that there is always someone to guide the movement of vehicle. back horn. ensure that stoppers are provided at the wheels. Ensure that no other person sits on the vehicle except driver. Ensure that any compressed gas cylinders carried in service vans are secured properly and nobody smokes during travel.

• • • Proper posture Correct lifting techniques Regular exercise Followings are typical classification of Manual handling:     Lifting / lowering. Carrying. Back: The back must be kept straight to maintain its most natural and strongest position.Sheet No. The body must be positioned as close to the load as possible so as to act as a counterweight. This means that the knees and ankles must be bent and the chin kept well into the chest. Arms: The arms must be kept as close as possible to the body . and base of the fingers. Feet: The feet should be apart the width of the hips with one foot slightly in front of the other so that a natural lead off is obtained. There are four significant points in a proper lift: Grip: A good grip makes maximum use of the palm of the hand. Throwing / dropping / catching an object by the direct application of bodily force. No. EHSOM-16 Manual Handling To prevent injuries. Pushing / pulling. the ball of the thumb. 34 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR MANUAL LIFTING/ HANDLING Doc.

. Your back can manage most lifts – if you lift correctly. Do not catch falling objects. keep your lower back in its normal arched position and use your legs to lift. EHSOM-15 Sheet No. Get help as needed. Use a dolly or other device if necessary. maintaining the curve in your lower back. This causes the back to arch. Pick up your feet and pivot to turn – don't twist your back. 2. 3. • • • Size up the load and make sure pathway is clear. Lower the load slowly. 5. Your muscles may not have time to coordinate properly to protect the spine. Use a wide-balanced stance with one foot slightly ahead of the other. When lifting.EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR MANUAL LIFTING/ HANDLING Doc. 35 of 114 Proper Lifting 1. 4. Get as close to the load as possible. Avoid lifting above shoulder height. Tighten your stomach muscles as the lift begins. Plan your move. placing heavy stress on the small joints of the spine. No.

Sheet No. Respirators are to be kept clean and worn whenever painting in the spray booths. stop and fix it on the spot. 36 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR HOUSEKEEPING Doc. Safety side shields are worn at all times. It shall be of primary concern to all engineers and supervisors. Hearing protection is available (at 85db) and required (at 90db) in designated areas. Safety Procedures No food and/or drink should be kept or consumed in the site area. Long pants are to be worn at all times. No. Working will be more efficient when the work area is neat and orderly al all times. Aisles should not contain obstructions. Floors are clean and free of excessive debris. EHSOM-17 General Good housekeeping is an important element of accident prevention. Housekeeping shall be the concern of all supervisor and each workman. Extremely dirty garment should be laundered. • • • • • Personal Protective Equipment • • • Gloves are available and worn where needed. Any grates or floorboards should be firmly secured. The openings to stairways and ladders should be kept clear and free of debris. Any cleaning schedules are maintained. • • • • • • . and not left for any special group. and Ladders • All slip and trip hazards have been eliminated. Good housekeeping shall be planned at the beginning of the job and carefully supervised and followed to the final clean up. Aisles. a width of 3 feet shall be maintained. Safety glasses are worn at all times on the shop floor. If you see a potential hazard. Individually assigned safety equipment is for individual use only. General Housekeeping Rules Floors. Safety equipment should be maintained by the specific workers it has been assigned to.

cut. Electrical breaker boxes are not to be blocked. Temporary wiring should only be used with portable tools. Fire extinguishers are not to be blocked or used as hangers. parts. Electrical panels are to be kept closed at all times. Easy access must always be maintained. Compressed Gases Electrical • • • • . EHSOM-17 Fire Protection • • • Exits should never be obstructed for any reason. 37 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR HOUSEKEEPING Doc. EHSlving and stacked materials must always be at least 18” below any sprinkler heads. No. All exterior doors should be maintained in a workable order. All electrical cords used in the shop will have a ground cord. or damaged electrical cords must be disposed of and replaced. it must be repaired or replaced. Any spills must be cleaned up immediately. MSDS’s books must be kept organized and up to date with all current materials. Frayed. If the ground is damaged. tables. Chemicals must be properly stored when not in immediate use. Tanks should be secured (chained) to prevent accidental tipping. • Hazard Communication • • • • • • • • • • • All containers must be labeled as to their contents. Electrical cords should not be strung over metal shelving. Electrical cords should not be used around liquids or in wet areas. Extension cords are to be coiled and hung when not in use. a distance of 36” should be kept around the boxes. etc. Covers must be kept on the top of tanks not in use. Air hoses cannot be damaged and must be used properly and accordingly. They should be fastened hand tight.Sheet No. Compressed gases must always be stored away from any heat sources.

ramps. This shall be especially important in aisles and in the vicinity of ladders. such as oily rags. shall be stored in a safe place such as covered metal container and disposed of regularly. ladders and other areas used by personnel. and machinery. Waste disposal can shall be provided. stairs. Empty bottles. EHSOM-17 Simple Rules for Housekeeping • Storage Area: all material shall be maintained in neat stockpiles for ease of access. Combustible waste. grease or other liquid shall be removed immediately or sprinkled with sand. • Oil and Grease: Spills of oil. This shall be done as this hazard develops. Disposal of Waste: An effective means of preventing litter is the provision of suitable receptacles for waste. paper. passageway. shall be cleaned immediately. etc. Tools and loose material shall be removed immediately if a hazard is created.. • • Areas used by personnel. waste. stair. • . scrap. etc. Lighting Adequate lighting shall be provided in or around all work areas. aisles and walkways shall be kept clear of loose materials and tools Work Areas: loose materials.. No. 38 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR HOUSEKEEPING Doc. containers and papers shall not be allowed to accumulate where lunches are eaten on the jobsite. • • Protruding Nails: Protruding nails shall either be removed or bent over.Sheet No. etc.

cans in tray should be so ensured to facilitate collocation of spilled over oils is easy. 5. No. Ensure the availability of separate measuring cans (of different capacities – 1 liter. Keep the records of the oil issued / returned. 4. 8. should be used. 2liter. Ensure the containers are having lid to avoid spillage during handling. These cans should be kept in trays with proper identification and pumps should be used to draw out required quantity of oil into handy container. 7. . Availability & use of appropriate pumps / transfer equipment for the transfer of spilled oil should be ensured.Sheet No. Top up oil using correct sized funnels. wipe with wasted cotton & throw it in the designated bin. Placement of oil drums. EHSOM-18 1. 5-liter) and funnels for the issue of the various grades of oils. 6. In case of any spillage of oil. The fresh left over oil should be kept/poured back into the respective containers kept in the maintenance section / sub store-using funnel to avoid spillage. 39 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR HANDLING OF OILS & GREASE Doc. 3. if replaced. Separate jerry cans for intermediate storage of oil. 2.

Unwanted and loose materials to be removed immediately from the working platform and other will be stacked / stored properly. Proper PPEs should be used during shuttering work. The work should be carried out in close supervision. Only Certified / Inspected / Calibrated Equipment and authorized operator / person will be deployed Dust Mask . Oil spillage shall be removed immediately. No. EHSOM-19 SHUTTERING • • • • • • • • Skilled workman will be deployed for material Handling / Shifting. • • • . In lifting operation tag / guide rope to be used in case of lifting / shifting with crane / hydra. Gloves . Close inspection will be carried out by execution and EHS site personnel.Sheet No. Training shall be given to all workers. 40 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR SHUTTERING Doc. Ear plug / Ear muffles to be ensured for concerned Only trained persons should be engaged for erection of shutter.

EHSOM-20 STRESSING Proper cleaning arrangement and preventive maintenance of jack Use of PPE. hooks. 41 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR STRESSING Doc. Testing and stability of hose as to checked Use proper sling.Sheet No. After certain repetition wedges as to changed as manufacturers specification . lifting supervision required Preventive maintenance of jacks and hydraulic hose. No. housekeeping done and PPE’s used Master wedges as to set before use.

Sheet No. EHSOM-21 Purpose Scope Cross reference Procedure To establish a procedure for Concrete work Applicable to all works at concrete works ISO 14001:2004/OHSAS 18001:2007 Clause 4. 6. The concreting shall be done using concrete pump with flexible hose or bucket. cubes shall be taken for testing compressive strength as per IS: 456-2000 at pouring locations. 7. 42 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR CONCRETE WORKS Doc. GENERAL PROVISION The concrete of required strength shall be prepared in the centralized batching plant as per approved mix design in the casting yard. That the formwork structure used for concrete work has sufficient cat-walks and other secure access for inspection if the structure is in two or more tiers.4. Slump in concrete shall be kept between 100 mm to 150 mm at pouring location and the slump shall be checked regularly at the pouring location. Ensure that the formwork and shores used for concrete work are structurally safe and are properly braced or tied so as to maintain the position and shape of the structure. The compaction of concrete shall be done using needle type vibrators with 60 mm / 40 mm diameter needles. 8. noise exposure is to be kept to the minimum and ear protection is also to be used as required. in case spillage takes place. Sequence of steps required for completion of the construction 4. The concrete shall be transported in transit mixers to the pouring location.6 Operation control procedure Before starting any construction with the use of concrete. Ensure that the personnel wear the necessary PPEs such as Gum Boots. Specification of steel and concrete and other material to be used. collect the same and dispose properly. No. 5. prepare a plan including the following: 1. To check the quality of concrete. Ensure that all machinery used are in perfect running conditions and periodic maintenance is also being carried out. Technical details such as method of safe placing and handling of material 3. For testing of permeability as per contractual requirement. 2. Ensure that there is no undesired spillage of concrete during the work. concrete cylinder shall be taken from pouring location. .

Be specific and make sure they understand the location and nature of the hazards they face. correct and report the rest to your site-in-charge immediately. and be aware of safety rules and procedures at the site. alcohol. Know the emergency phone numbers and the location of first aid kits. inform your replacement. talk to your site Be on the alert for unsafe conditions or acts. hoses.Sheet No. be alert for tripping hazards. projecting materials. • Don’t run on the job except in an emergency. fire extinguiEHSrs and other emergency equipments. illegal Do not enter or allow others to enter areas. drugs. This is when injuries can occur. which have been Wear safety harness in all elevated areas that require fall protection. warehouse. 43 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR GENERAL SAFETY RULES Doc. the operations. Safety rules are designed to protect you. and uneven walking surfaces. barricaded. incharge before starting. can be. cables. concealed hazards. • • • Do not report for work under the influence of intoxicants. • • Do not leave your work area unless your work or personal needs When you are relieved from your job that has unusual. EHSOM-22 Basic Safety Rules: Some of the safety rules those are followed and practiced by all of our employees related to construction activities listed as follows: • • • • Report all injuries to your Site-in-charge immediately. and the locations of slight they may be. or any substance that can affect your capability to work. Correct those. or shop. or fully require it. partially. . which you Be familiar with your surroundings. • Horseplay on the job is prohibited. no matter how If in doubt about the safe or proper way to do a job. No. other personnel. When walking through a job site. Do not distract or interfere with another person who is performing his / her job.

Tell employees to stay a safe distance away while locks or tags are removed. an authorized employee with knowledge of power sources and controls follows these steps: • • • • Alert employees in the area that equipment will be turned off and locked out. Lock the energy control switch in the “off” or “safe” position. Remove the locks or tags. Each worker has the only key to the lock. PERFORM THE REQUIRED SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE • • • • • • Remove tools or other materials from the area. Turn off the machine or equipment and its energy control device. Then release or block any stored energy. EHSOM-23 LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: Before fixing or servicing powered equipment. Sudden loss of power could cause an accident. Before maintenance or servicing work can begin. The lock has the individual worker's name and other identification on it. No. LOCKOUT PROCEDURE REQUIREMENTS 1. The machine operator is informed before the power is turned off. 44 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR TAGOUT & LOCKOUT Doc. equipment must be at zero energy state (ZES).Sheet No. Tell affected employees that locks/tags are off and the equipment is ready for use. Return controls to the “off” position. Turn on the equipment and make sure it operates properly. All maintenance personnel are issued a suitable lock (or locks). 2. . The worker checks to be sure that no one is operating the machinery BEFORE turning off the power. Replace machine guards and test that equipment is ready to operate. • • Check that power is off by turning controls “on” and trying to start the equipment.

should be released and blocked. The main valve or main electrical disconnect must be tested to be sure that the power to the machine is off. Electrical circuits must be checked by qualified persons with proper and calibrated electrical testing equipment. . 10. No one removes the lock without proper authority. 6. Only the worker who placed the lock should remove his/her lock. 8. 4. Steam. 7. air. Each lock must remain on the machine until the work is completed. the name of the person placing the tag. such as springs. There should be no pressure in these lines or in reservoir tanks. Stored energy in electrical capacitators should be safely discharged. No. drained. 45 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR TAGOUT & LOCKOUT Doc. Attach accident prevention tags which give the reason for placing the tag. An electrical failure could energize the equipment. Each person who will be working on the machinery should put a lock on the machine's lockout device(s). 9. and hydraulic lines should be bled. All energy sources which could activate the machine must be locked out. and the date and time the tag was placed. and cleaned out. 5. how he/EHS may be contacted. CAUTION: Return disconnects and operating controls to the off position after each test. Any mechanism under load or pressure.Sheet No. EHSOM-23 3. even if the switch is in the off position.

Anchoring of board shall be made by 25mm dia reinforcement nails. of board. back side of the barricades shall be used for providing Work / EHS instructions to personnel through stencils etc. Traffic marshal shall be available for traffic diversion. EHSOM-24 Fabrication o o o Plates shall be fabricated of size of 2 mtr x 2. Barricading Light For convenience of traffic. . In certain cases. During unloading of boards at desired area the traffic shall be unloading. Transportation o o o o Fixing of boards o o o o o Proper care shall be taken during fixing of boards. Wherever possible. The workers shall be provided with reflective jackets. Tag line shall be used to avoid swelling of board during loading and The boards shall be shifted desired location by dumper. at Loading and unloading of boards shall be done by crane. blinkers are also to be provided (e. 46 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR BARRICADING Doc.Sheet No. No. blinker shall be provided through out edge of the barricading board.5 mtr with It should be supported 40mm angle bracings of angle Base girder shall be provided with 2 legs for anchoring rectangular channel frame. restricted with the help of traffic marshals and placing traffic cones. Slot cuts shall be provided for anchoring one board to adjacent board. the area shall be covered with caution tape and traffic cones. While manually fixing of barricading board.g. The base girders should be of ISMB 250. Painting Boards shall be painted as per requirement.

Ensure that the blinkers are on.Sheet No. appropriate penalty shall be levied. . No. wherever needed Whenever going out on the fields ensure to wear boots / safety shoes etc In case of snake bite immediately clean the area with antiseptic lotion. 47 of 114 important and busy intersections). especially in the summer. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR REPTILE BITE Doc. EHSOM-25 • • • • • • Ensure that proper pest control from prevention of snakes to be done Cut grass regularly. tightly tie the two opposite ends with cloth and rush to the nearest hospital Ensure to get anti snake venom and necessary treatment. In case of deviation / damaged bulbs. never allow it to grow since it invites reptiles and mosquitoes Cover drains properly with the net.

In case any diesel spills / leaks. ensure that ear plugs / muffs are used. . saw dust etc. 48 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR DIESEL GENERATOR SETS Doc. 4. including for maintenance activities In case. Check for any red indication during DG set running Use PPE’s whenever required Ensure that there are no emissions taking place from the ground level/ silencer and the chimney / stack is ok. Monitor fuel consumption as per manufacturer’s recommendations and carry out periodic maintenance. oil level & battery (Green Indication) and availability of signage “High Voltage” Keep Diesel Drum at identified places. 2. immediately clean the area with any suitable absorbent media (cloth. 4. 5. temperature below red limit & Voltage around 440 volts. 8. Carry out pre-operation checks as prescribed by the Manufacturer before the DG Set is operated.) and put the same in designated waste bins. 13. Cooling system leakage. and lubrication seal leakage.Sheet No. 7. Check Fuel level. 2. Check that the Fire ExtinguiEHSrs are in place Follow the instructions of Engineer. During running of DG set. jute. Check for Fuel leakage. ensure optimum loading (80%) for efficient output In case of any abnormality press Emergency button. EHSOM-26 Do’s 1. ensure that there is no leakage and spillage from the diesel storage 3. Don’ts 1. 3. 9. Do not waste Oil/Diesel/Grease & water Do not throw Oily water in soil. 10. check the Oil pressure. Never open the door of the acoustic enclosure without reason Do not throw oily clothes at any places except designated bins. the acoustics door has to be opened for any inspection purposes. 6. Add coolant as per required ratio in the system. No. 11. 12.

EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR DIESEL GENERATOR SETS Doc. while handling ensure that there is no spillage. Collect used / spent lubrication and engine oils in small leak-proof containers after maintenance / servicing activities after every 250 hours or as required. No. . Ensure that the used oil generated is stored in leak proof drums and the same is applied as ANTI RUST on steel structures. 8. Instructions for used oil handling and disposal Applicable for communication to the Maintenance and Servicing Agency for the DG Set. 49 of 114 5. Maintain records for the same. EHSOM-26 Do not use any liquid or Aerosol cleaners Do not wear loose clothes and sleepers Do not smoke inside the premises. 7.Sheet No. 6.

bronchitis and rheumatism. substances and processes if they are not properly controlled. In particular attention to the effects of noise. dust. mobile or static is provided and maintained in good order. If it is not possible to remove the cause of harm then suitable and sufficient Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) shall be provided to those workers who could be affected. EHSOM-27 Introduction: • Hazards to health on a construction site can arise from the use of a number or materials. Physical fitness of workmen The workers shall be ensure that his employees/workmen subject themselves to such medical examination as required as per version 1. First-aid boxes The employees shall be ensure at a construction site one First-aid box for 100 workers provided and maintained for providing First-aid to the workers. Every First-aid box is distinctly marked “First-aid” and is equipped with the articles specified in Schedule III of BOCWR. fibers. • Healthy working conditions shall be maintained for all workers.2 The occupational health officer should not permit any employee/workmen to enter the work area under the influence of alcohol or any drugs and smoking. Tenosynovitis. No. Occupational Health Center: The medical officer shall be ensure at a construction site an occupational health centre. . by the misuse of chemicals.Sheet No. 50 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & WELFARE Doc. Excessive vibration and excessive noise can also cause ill health Main’ man-days are lost as a result of dermatitis. Some of the more serious risks are caused by the inhalation of dusts. lasers and radioactive isotopes. toxic fumes. air pollution and the use of chemicals shall be paid. • If the use of PPE is the only means of providing protection then it shall be ensured that all the workers affected are properly trained in the use of the PPE and that adequate supervision is provided to ensure its proper use.

oil drums. packing and other receptacles. or below. which may retain water shall be deposited at a central collection point and shall be removed from the site regularly. which effectively reduce the sound level at the users ear to. For non. Examples of noise reduction methods include:• More efficient silencers on compressors and maintenance of exhaust systems: • Fitting acoustic lining to machinery panels: • Use of Acoustic screens and EHSds to protect other • Sitting of noisy plant away from the workplace.continuous exposure a calculated equivalent continuous sound level (Leq) should not exceed 90 dB (A). Once a part of a persons hearing has been lost it can never be recovered. the workers shall be provided with suitable and sufficient hearing protection to protect them .90 dB (A) If Peak noise levels exceed 120d13(A) then the wearing of suitable hearing protectors shall he Mandatory. Workers should not be exposed to sound levels exceeding 90 dB (A) unless the\ are wearing suitable hearing protectors. EHSOM-27 Noise: • Industrial deafness is caused by over exposure to high level of noise from plant. 51 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & WELFARE Doc.e. No. i. • For continuous exposure. Where it is possible to reduce the noise level to which the worker is exposed.Sheet No. Consideration shall always he given first to reducing the noise level at source. the sound level should not exceed 90 dB (A). machinery or construction processes. The measures to be taken shall include: i) Empty cans. Deafness can also lead to further accidents on site with workers being unable to hear warning and other instructions. for eight hours in any one-day. Prevention of mosquito breeding Measures shall be taken to prevent breeding at site.All the workers affected shall be properly trained in the use of the Hearing Protection and that adequate supervision is provided to ensure its proper use. .

No. WASTE MANAGEMENT Objective: Minimise the generation of waste/ maximise the internal and external recycling of materials/ Minimise the volume of solid waste requiring disposal by landfill 1. EHSOM-28 A.Bio-degradable (Plastic bag. thermocol) F Construction debris G Excavated soil H Used electrical /wood/ plastic and other miscellaneous waste item I Pb-Acid Batteries . 52 of 114 ii) Still waters shall be treated at least once every week with oil in order to prevent mosquito breeding and water storage tanks shall be provided.Sheet No. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. THE TYPES OF WASTE GENERATED AT SITE INCLUDE A Bentonite clay slurry after pilling B Hazardous waste ( Used oil from DG Sets) C Metal scraps D Bio-degradable (Office and colony waste) E Non.

to be sent for recycle purpose. 2003/2008” Waste Class A Hazardous waste Shuttering Purpose. Applicable to BSPC for storage authorization. 2 ( Office and To avoid bad odour colony waste) NonBio. thermocol) Construction Contractor to be disposal Contractor to be Select/designated debris only on municipal permitted instructed & site location only land identified (waste yard) –TP3 Site Incharge Housekeeping Manager Housekeeping Manager Housekeeping Manager . Metal scraps Cutting in small pieces for Scrap yards (TP-3) Reused at the site barricade purpose Bio-degradable MCD approved site Dust bin Intimation to MCD. Doc. to be disposal by buy-back arrangement with suppliers. RESPONSIBILITY FOR QUANTITY OF GENERATION & DISPOSAL Used Oil to be sold 1 Electrical incharge to CPCB authorized recycler only as per “ The hazardous waste ( M & H ) rules . EHSOM-28 WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN SHALL BE FOLLOWS TYPE WASTE OF DISPOSAL PLAN STORAGE GUIDELINES REMARKS REF FILE NO.(All sites) ( Plastic bag. B C D E Sold to authorized recycler. ( Used oil from Concrete platform with DG Sets) sump/ collection tray. Label Drum segregated areas. No Contamination of land storage to be done in concrete area.Sheet No.MCD approved site/ Sold to Storage area duly Imitation to MCD 2 degradable recycler if in large quantities marked. No. 53 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN 2.

54 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. No uncontrolled disposal. . refilling pile cap be stored in moist from avoid air pollution -Compaction sale to contractor. EHSOM-28 G Excavated soil H I Used electrical /wood/ plastic and other miscellaneo us waste item Pb-Acid To be stored properly in Batteries identified area recycles as per batteries ( Management & Handling ) rules .Sheet No. No. - Site Engineer To be sold to either manufactures /dealer / authorized/recycler as per rules. To be used for Backfilling only (100 %). to leveling .2000 Collected and transferred 1 away from the pit through dumpers used for in stable mode .

PRECAUTION GENERAL CONTROL • • • None of the waste as above shall be stored other than the specified location. Avoid mixing different types of wastes unless it is known that mixing is harmless and will have no adverse effects on the subsequent management of the waste. Minimise the risk of accident spillage’s or leaks. Provider covers and bunds to prevent evaporation and spillage of waste. Consider using colour coding. Waste shall not be thrown in nallah causing public obstruction or private party & Government land. 55 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. Segregate different types of waste as they are generated.Sheet No. EHSOM-28 3. etc . Allocate sufficient space and resources for effective and efficient waste management. Construction debris shall be sold to contractor with instruction for disposal on municipal and sites only Use PPE while handling the waste No burning of waste at site shall be permitted. Use containers suitable for their contents. bricks. Ensure that waste cannot blow away. Check that containers are not corroded or worn-out. blocks. No. • • • • • • • • The general construction waste could be: o Debris o Mud o Reinforcement pieces o Cement o Concrete blocks o Wood o Hazardous chemicals o Oil o Plastics o Tiles. Use containers suitable for their contents.

Sheet No. specifications or quantity. Minimise the disposal cost by reusing or recycling waste that is generated on sites.g. Examples of materials arising as wastes on site that may be reused or recycled are given below: TYPE OF WASTE Concrete Excavation spoil Top soil Timber CAN BE REUSED OR RECYCLED Recycle for use as aggregate in new concrete Recycle for use as fill Reuse for landscaping Reuse for landscaping Reuse e. theft and vandalism Handling: Avoid: o Damage or spillage through incorrect or repetitive handling. This can be done easily if the wastes are properly segregated. 56 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. No.: for shuttering/hoarding . EHSOM-28 Reduce Wastage of materials during: Ordering: Avoid: o Over ordering o Ordering for delivery from suppliers at wrong time Delivery: Avoid: o Damage during unloading o Delivery of material to in appropriate areas of site o Accepting incorrect deliveries. Storage: Avoid: o Exceeding EHSlf lives o Damage or contamination from incorrect storage o Loss.

No.Sheet No. • • • • Temporary storage of waste on site shall be limited to designated weather proof and scavenger proof areas. storage areas…) shall be kept clean at all times. eg by designating a separate waste disposal area where different types of waste can be brought and separated. shall be compliant with local (licensed) and international environmental standards. concrete pipes. burying or dumping of any waste materials. vegetation. Plastics Recycle Reuse Reuse Recycle in consultation with the suppliers MANAGEMENT ACTIONS: • Construction site. Littering shall be prevented by supply of adequate containers emptied on a regular basis. Re-use and recycling opportunities shall be systematically investigated. ground and surface • • water contamination and closure and reclamation measures. Where new disposal areas are created. 57 of 114 Recycle chipboard EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. as a general rule. waste sorting and temporary storage area shall be regularly controlled. an environmental impact study of disposal commensurate to the size and importance of the infrastructure shall be carried out including alternative analysis. incinerators). if already existing. EHSOM-28 Metals Architectural features Clay. litter or refuse shall not be permitted. construction camps and all other sites (access roads. potential impacts and management regarding soil. • Final disposal facilities (landfill. Separation at source shall be implemented. . On site burning.

No. 58 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. • • If the construction site is close to sensitive ecological areas. they are to be adequately marked and protected (fenced).Sheet No. detailed plans and layout of the different sites (construction site. It is recommended that use of chemical clearing methods shall be prohibited in the vicinity of no go areas. EHSOM-29. have negligible adverse human health effect be shown to be effective against the target species • . • • • Where necessary.1 Site clearing Management Plans: • Prior starting of construction activities. Prior to vegetation clearing.1 29. It is considered to be best practice that corridors or tracts of vegetation will be left intact to form connections to larger areas of un-cleared vegetation and allow dispersal of fauna during clearing activities. Clearing methods • • Burning shall not be used in all sites. construction village. Preservation: • Avoid unnecessary removal of vegetation. Large trees shall be preserved as far as possible. SITE MANAGEMENT PLAN 29. any rare or endangered plant species which have been previously identified must be removed and transplanted to demarcated zones. it is recommended that buffer zones should be established to ensure survival of fauna and flora species. temporary or permanent disposal sites…) shall be produced. “No-go” areas shall be clearly marked on a site layout plan and demarcated through fencing or other measure. access roads. a rescue and relocation programme for animal species shall be implemented. areas to be left intact must be clearly demarcated.

If different categories of topsoil exist. and depending on local conditions. Erosion management • Sensitive erosion areas should be identified. -Demolition waste shall be adequately sorted and disposed of to minimize their volume (potential reuse) and contamination by hazardous waste. No. . storage shall be located so as to ensure good conservation and minimize damage linked to moisture retention. topsoil stockpiles height must be limited 2 in order to minimize composting. dust or erosion. Where possible. Topsoil management • • Store topsoil1 removed from the site. and location of works minimized in these areas.In case of a brown field site. 59 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN • Doc.Sheet No. Stabilize slopes that are disturbed during construction to prevent erosion through runoff. it is recommended that works in sensitive erosion areas to be restricted to the dry season . liabilities shall be addressed in the contractual documentation. they shall be stored separately. Traffic and movement over stabilized areas shall be controlled. • • • Demolition . EHSOM-29 Have minimal effect on non target species and the natural environment be used in a way to prevent development of resistance in pests.

Revegetation of disturbed areas not occupied by the infrastructure to take place as soon as possible. interim reinstatement should be implemented. Revegetated areas should be monitored on a regular basis during and after construction and those showing inadequate surface coverage (objectives to be determined depending on local conditions) should be revegetated until satisfactory coverage of the area. Revegetation • Topsoil and vegetation removed during construction to be used wherever possible in site landscaping. • Landscaping • It is recommended that landscaping and revegetation be carried out to match the natural topography and enhance natural views. Use of indigenous vegetation native to the general area. Where water is scarce. • .2. 60 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. EHSOM-29 29.Sheet No. Site landscaping / reinstatement Management Plans: Maximize use of uncontaminated construction spoil and rubble in landscaping to reduce amount of construction waste. Where necessary depending on works schedule and sensitivity to erosion. design landscape to limit irrigation needs and absorb rainwater run off. No. • • • • Revegetated areas and areas subject to erosion should be monitored and maintained during project operation.

No. 1989. Drums shall be stored on the designated spent oil storage yard. USED OIL: METHOD OF COLLECTION a. Slope shall be so maintained that the leaked/spilled oil get deposited in the collection pit. In store area “NO SMOKING” marking shall be displayed and fire extinguiEHSr shall be provided. No stacking of one drum on other shall be allowed. The drums are marked as ‘Spent oil Drum’ or ‘Used oil Drum’ c. b. In the workshop the maintenance of the vehicles shall be carried out on impermeable floor and precaution shall be taken to avoid spillage or leakage 6. At a time not more than 10 spent/used oil drums shall be stored in the storage area. 4. METHOD OF STORAGE 1. Quantity of generation of spent oil and oil containing filters shall be maintained in From 3 of Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules. 2. Reusable and non-leaky drums shall be used for the spent oil collection. 7. During the collection of the spent oil metallic or concreting floor shall be used prevent any soil contamination.3. d. Better quality lubricants METHOD OF REUSE / RECYCLE Return to vendor/ supplier to approved waste hauler for recycling . Storage area shall be made impermeable in a seepage proof manner.Sheet No. Spent oil drums shall be placed vertically with lids closed. METHOD OF REDUCE Substitution with longer life alternatives i. EHSOM-29 29. 61 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc.e. 5. To collect any oil leaked/spilled from drums “collection pit” shall be made with in containment. 3. Materials Management Plans: Hazardous Materials (HazMat) 1.

Before disposal the spent oil drums/batteries shall be checked for any leakage of acid or oil and if any leakage is found corrective actions shall be taken accordingly. remote.05% of Mercury by weight. METHOD OF STORAGE 1. Care shall be taken to see that during transferring acid spillage does not take place. All used pb. 3. Waste batteries storage area shall be acid proof to prevent any soil contamination. vehicle. No. sensors. If nos. 3. Batteries generated from the (UPS. transport. necessary taken from respective pollution control board.  All other alkaline Manganese batteries containing more that 0. Both above categories of waste s shall be disposed off to Pollution control boards authorized scrap contractor who are granted to collect. 4. torch. receive. The personnel handling the batteries should always wear proper types of gloves. of batteries is more then trolleys may be used. 62 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. The waste batteries just after replacement with new one shall be shifted to designated storage area. plants & equipments etc) METHOD OF COLLECTION 1. EHSOM-29 METHODS OF DISPOSAL 1. 2. and process these hazardous waste. (Alkaline Manganese button cells & batteries composed of button cells are exempt) .acid batteries shall be stored METHOD OF REUSED Inventory and purchase department would look for batteries with longer life and also be advised to look for the following type of batteries not procured.  “No objection certificate” shall be Alkaline manganese batteries for prolonged use in extreme conditions e. In case of inter state transport.g. 2.025% of Mercury by weight. 2. 2.Sheet No. temperatures below 0°C or above 50°C) containing more than 0.

with the bund accommodating 110% at least of the volume of the largest tank.4. Replace non-rechargeable batteries with rechargeable batteries wherever possible METHOD OF REUSE / RECYCLE Service batteries to extend the life Send spent batteries to manufacturer / supplier / vendor METHODS OF DISPOSAL All the used batteries shall be returned back to the manufacturer / supplier / vendor as per the Batter Waste Management and Handling Rules. • As far as possible. Bulk storage tanks and drums integrity should be regularly tested. Test batteries prior to disposal to confirm the battery is spent. • EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. Materials storage management Plan: • All materials storage areas and stockpiles shall be designed and managed so as to reduce the risk of spillages. • • • Used oil shall be stored at a central location on site prior to removal off site for disposal in an approved place. 2001. 29. Appropriate secondary containment shall be installed around storage tanks and materials stores. When necessary. EHSOM-30 . Fuel stores shall be placed on a bunded area. 63 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. No. Tanks containing fuels shall have lids and remain firmly shut. tanks and bunded areas shall be covered by a roof to prevent the bunded area from filling with rainwater. EHSOM-29 Maintain and protect batteries to prevent damage and charge loss. groundwater. No. surface water and storm water.Sheet No. material storage areas should be positioned away from cologically sensitive areas and outside the 1:50 flood line of watercourses. contamination of soils.

Absorbent materials designed to soak up minor hydrocarbon spillages (spill response kits) shall be available in sufficient quantities at all times. except for emergency repairs. compressors and other stationary machinery requiring hydrocarbons shall be placed on drip trays to be emptied and cleaned regularly. Any spilled fuel. minimise negative environmental impacts through rapid and effective containment and clean up actions Response hierarchy to be implemented in case of a spill of any HazMat: • • • seek medical attention for any injured person prevent further injury prevent environmental damage (eg. fuel soaked sand or other contaminated material shall be immediately disposed of as hazardous waste. No. bunded and covered areas. Leak and spillage Management Plans (Housekeeping): Objective: When leaks and spillages occur despite efforts to prevent them. • • • • • Management Actions: • • • • • EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. All vehicles and equipment shall be serviced regularly. 64 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN 30. Pumps. bunded or sloped towards an oil trap to prevent any spillages. shall only take place on designated. absorbent materials or others) report the spill clean up spill remedied area of spill final report Any workshop shall have an impermeable floor. by use of containment barriers.Sheet No.. or refueling activities. EHSOM-31 . Oil and lubricants change.

soak it in water for some time before washing. cups & diEHSs etc. iron and steel are used in a conservative manner. Use water sprinkling / drip for watering of plants. Ensure that maintenance is being carried out from time to time. water. drums etc. Control the flow rate of valves / water in toilets & taps while usage. Clean to remove the dust 5. paper. 65 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN 31. taps. ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN ENERGY CONSERVATION GUIDELINES 1. ensure that minimum quantity is used. CFL 2. Energy usage: Ensure that any electrical gadgets are switched off when not required. Ensure that there is no overflowing from tanks / reservoirs. close it – every drop is precious Check the valves. Doc. Electronic chokes 3.Sheet No. Do not keep your machinery in idle running conditions. Water is precious. checked at least half yearly for leakages/ problems and rectify it at the earliest. Clean utensils. take care there is minimum spillage and no unnecessary wastage. use it judiciously and only as required If you find a tap running unnecessarily/ leaking. Mop floors with wet cloth instead of washing with water. No. It will be ensured that wherever possible recycling reuse of the material is done so that the natural resources such as energy. EHSOM-31 . The work will be planned in such a way that there is maximum usage of power generated based on the load requirements. joints. Water usage: Remember. Only required DG sets will be operated depending on the load requirements. In the offices all lights and fans will be switched off when not required. Shutt off when not required The Concerned department head shall review the activities and required resources. Use daylights to the maximum extent. While cleaning of the empty containers. with minimum quantity of water. Twin tube lights 4. Use 28 / 36 watt tubes and CFL’s instead of bulbs. pumps etc.

Iron and Steel: Any scrap generated will be disposed off for recycling. Collect Magazines. Recycle Paper Throw waste paper in the waste paper baskets only. Check for the material specifications before start of work so that maximum utilization of bars / pieces / rods can be made. At branch locations. Reuse Paper Reuse one sided used papers for rough work. Paper: Reduce Paper Consumption Use email for communication to the extent possible. Make use of both sides of writing pads. Any water leaving the premises will be collected in a pit so that it can be utilized for dust suppression for spraying on the road. Newspapers at identified location and sale them for further recycling and reuse. These would be emptied out by housekeeping into the waster paper baskets for further recycling. EHSOM-31 . 66 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN Where possible water will be recycled. Check the printer and page settings before taking any printout.Sheet No. Check the final draft of documents in the computer. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. but before disposal it will be reviewed for any possibility of usage. paper is sold to interested parties for further recycling and reuse. No. Destroy paper through shredding if confidential. Avoid draft prints to the extent possible.

Oil Agency for collection & disposal of Oil to be identified D.PPE EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc.Sheet No. 67 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN RESOURCE CONSERVATION DATA Responsibility: Store KEY RESOURCE MONTH QUANTITY PURCHASE QUANTITY AT STORE QUANTIY USED QUANTITY AS WASTE % WASTE A. No. Steel B.Cement C. EHSOM-33 .

EHSOM-33 . eg. contaminated run off or effluent discharged from the site in surface waters EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. recycling of wastewater . water used in construction processes (may have a high suspended solids content). ensure that consumption for the construction site will not be detrimental to other users. Where water is scarce. or that any loss attributable directly to the project be fairly compensated.Sheet No. • 33.2 Wastewater and storm water management Plans Definition: Wastewater discharged from construction activities may include: • • Domestic wastewater Water from groundwater pumping systems. No. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN 33. 68 of 114 33.1 Water supply and water use Objective: Minimize the amount of water used Management actions: • Implement water conservation measures (including recycling of gray waters. water from tunnel dewatering • Runoff from material depots/workshops/vehicles washing areas and concrete Swills Storm water runoff • Objective: Limit degradation of landscape through erosion/ Minimize risk of storm water being contaminated/ Minimize deterioration of groundwater and surface water quality/ Ensure that contaminated water.1 Water Quality Monitoring & Management Plans: 33.1.1.

oil and grease. • Wastewater and storm water discharges (including water from groundwater pumping systems) shall be monitored regularly to ensure that the World Bank limits are not exceeded. • • Depots/workshops/vehicles washing areas and concrete swills must be placed and constructed in such a way to limit pollution of groundwater and surrounding areas. straw bales…). Appropriate measures to prevent silt and sand entering the drainage system or water courses must be taken (silt screens. or discharged into a conservancy tank for removal from the site and appropriate treatment or directly into the municipal sewerage system. and coliform bacteria. if its performance is acceptable. sediment basins…). and in the construction site. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. but always include pH. TSS. No. 69 of 114 Management actions: • On construction site. the runoff shall be collected (channels) and treated adequately (silt/oil separator. All domestic wastewater shall be treated on site. EHSOM-33 . the parameters to be monitored will depend on the characteristics of the site.Sheet No. toilet facilities with adequate waste water treatment must be provided. • Natural run off shall be diverted away from the construction site and towards storm-water drains where these are available.

Dust Absorber / bags / collectors can be placed near the Batching plant or near by the concrete mixer to reduce the dust. and local ecosystems/ Ensure air emissions by construction equipment are compliant with local and international standards through adequate maintenance and servicing Control of Dust & Air Emissions: • Air Emissions shall be controlled by using proper Equipments and machines. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. water spraying should be done to the entire site. Every two hours this cycle should be continued so that dust can be under control. If possible landscaping should be carried out with minimum cost. No. Equipments maintenance should be carried out at regular intervals. • • • • Proper Spray system should be used so that water can be utilized in effective way without wastage. This can be practiced looking into the soil conditions of site. 70 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN 33.Sheet No.2. • • • • The approach road to the site can also be watered using sprinkler system to reduce the dust. Sprinkle water on top of the Metal/Coarse aggregate which will also help in settling the dust while transferring metal for concreting / batching plant / crusher. EHSOM-33 . Care should be taken so that sprinkler is not placed in the top of the Cement bags. since grass can prevent dust. • Every day morning before the Site operation starts. Air Quality Monitoring & management Plans: Objective: Minimise the impacts of dust generation on surrounding communities. The top of the Fine aggregate / sand can be sprinkled with water in a mild way to bring down the dust under control.

No. Covering of scaffoldings and use of air extraction equipment. The execution Engineers working at the site and EHS Manager should make it sure that the sprinkling is done in a proper way. Covering of materials likely to result in dust emission during transportation and storage. limitation of certain activities such as cement stabilization). specific measures should be implemented depending on weather conditions (eg. If the location is prone to high winds conditions. if necessary and relevant regarding water availability. EHSOM-33 . 71 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN • • While transferring the fine aggregate /sand/metal in dumpers make it sure that it is covered with tarpoline in order to control the dust. MANAGEMENT ACTIONS: • Each construction vehicle in the fleet shall be inspected on a regular basis (at least every 6 months). Limit vehicle-entrained dust from unpaved roads through traffic control measures (eg limit vehicle speeds. • While sprinkling the water the quantity of water used should not exceed than what is required to control the dust and the concerned person should make it sure that water used should not affect the HOUSE KEEPING OF SITE. • • The quantity of water to be used will depend on the area of the site. restrict traffic volume…). • • • • • • • Implementation of an air monitoring programme during significant dust generating activities is best practice. it is recommended that water sprayers shall also be installed on specific equipments such as crushing plants. wherever relevant are recommended practices. The point where the cement is transferred to batching plant or mixer shall be covered with Gunny bags or plastic sheet in order to prevent the accumulation of cement dust particles. If necessary and feasible.Sheet No. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. Routine hosing down of unpaved roads and cleaning of vehicles.

and other cellulosebased materials. cardboard. EHSOM-33 . Remove dead leaves.Sheet No. construction or storage activity to remain visible in atmosphere beyond the property line of emission source. • • Do not block or shut vents or construction returns. Minimize accumulations of paper. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL tDoc. Prohibits smoking inside the construction Do not dispose of food waste or food wrappers in your work area. Dispose of contaminated waste in receptacles that are emptied daily. Report water intrusion and sewage problems IMMEDIATELY to the Environment Department. Avoid portable humidifiers. The workers shall provide a wash pit or a wheel washing and/or vehicle cleaning facility at the exits from work sites such as construction depots and batching plants. • • • • • • • • • • • The workers shall cover loads of dust generating materials like debris and soil being transported from construction sites. Clean-up water spills immediately. Do not burn candles or have other scent-producing materials in the work area.board to avoid spills through the tail board or side boards. Clean your work area routinely. high-pressure water jets will be directed at the wheels of vehicles to remove all spoil and dirt. All trucks carrying loose material should be covered and loaded with sufficient free. Do not over water plants. 72 of 114 • Workers should not allowed emissions of fugitive dust from any transport. handling. At such facility. No. Break up dirt around the plant to avoid mold overgrowth in the dirt.

Due to the difficulties of wearing personal hearing protectors for long periods of time in certain environments. Personal hearing protectors Personal hearing protectors shall be used only as an interim measure while control of excessive noise is being achieved by engineering control measures. including  Organizing schedules so that noisy work is done when. The removal of personal hearing protectors for even short periods of time can significantly reduce their effectiveness and result in inadequate protection. so they can limit their exposure to it.3 Noise and vibration Monitoring & Management Plans: Administrative noise control measures Where it is not practicable to comply with the exposure standard for noise solely through other control measures. as ‘hearing protection areas’ and their boundaries should be clearly defined.  Keeping people out of noisy area. managers and supervisors. without personal hearing protectors. should enter a hearing protection area during normal operation. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. These measures reduce the noise to which a person is exposed by means of work arrangement. if their job does not require them to be there. regular brief periods in quiet areas. as few people as possible are present. including visitors.  Notifying people in advance when noisy work is to be carried out. should be allowed. administration control measures are used. Hearing Protection Areas Areas where people may be exposed to excessive noise should be sign-posted. 73 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN 33.  Sign posting noisy areas  Periodic rotation of persons working in excessive noisy area shall be carried out.Sheet No. No person. unless wearing appropriate personal hearing protectors. EHSOM-33 . No.

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Equipment Dumper Excavator Roller Concrete braking Shuttering Piling operator Piling worker Sand blasting Concrete pour Carpentry work Blasting General work Noise Level in dB(A) 85+ 85+ >85 98 91 85 100+ 85 97(95 to 98) 92 100 94  Take a calibrated Noise level meter(Db Meter)  Carry out the measuring/sample at the source & at different levels. Note the reading the format. The different types of hearing protectors available are earmuffs. attach prominent warning notices to tools and equipment indicating that personal hearing protectors must be worn when operating them. canal caps etc. Where sign posting is not practicable. we have to initiate controlling actions.Sheet No. machines and operations. earplugs. during various time of day once in every week. Identify the probable noise generating equipments. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. Following are the common noise sources S.  If the noise level of the equipment/machines/operations are observed above 85 dB (A). EHSOM-33 Control of Noise . No. 74 of 114 TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN This is regardless of how long the person spends in the hearing protection area.

 Renew dumper trucks exhaust silencer.M to 6A.Sheet No.M) measured at 50 feet from the construction equipment shall not exceed the values given in the table given below. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. 75 of 114  Use of pneumatic Pic/ Breaker with the exhaust silence and also with the dampened chisel.Lmax dB(A) Day time Night Time 75 65 At all times 85 90 Noise emission limit for construction equipment used during nighttime hours (9 P.  Diesel Generators Set: the noise from DG set should be controlled by providing an acoustic enclosure or by treating the room acoustically. Ear protection like Ear muffs must be worn.  Reroute dumper through the quieter site areas.  Incase of no baseline measurement exists following shall be the maximum at 200 ft from the construction limit or nearest affected building Land use Residential Commercial industrial Maximum noise level. EHSOM-33 Equipment Category Backhoe Bar bender Lmax dB(A) 80 75 .  Position at 12 meter distance from the high level noise equipment/operation an “ear Protection boundary’ by using signs.  Equipment maintenance should be carried out at regular interval. No.

mufflers. Regular maintenance of equipment (lubrication). EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN • Doc. . residential area. sensitive ecosystems… .Sheet No. 76 of 114 Chain saw Compactor Compressor Concrete mixer Concrete pump Crane Front end loader Generator Gradall Grader Paver Pneumatic tools Scraper Tractor Management actions: • 81 80 80 85 82 85 80 82 85 85 85 85 85 84 If possible. it is recommended to systematically avoid noisy activities at night time. rock drills or for blasting activities) shall be drawn up when construction takes place in close proximity of particularly sensitive environments including schools. • • If possible. acoustic linings.g. noisy stationary equipment such as pumps. generators. use of pile drivers. EHSOM-33 Periods when the environment is least sensitive (e. jack hammers.Appropriate noise abatement accessories (silencers. it is recommended to use topographic features to provide shielding. No. maintenance or establishment of a vegetated buffer zone is considered as best practice. during normal working days in a residential area) shall be selected for noisy activities. hospitals. compressors or saws shall be sited as far as possible from residential areas and/or operated in EHSltered locations (eg partly finiEHSd buildings) . • A schedule of noisy activities (e. shields…) shall be put in place.g.

Sheet No. The objectives of the monitoring will be as follows: • To verify the results of the impact assessment study with respect to the proposed projects. If relevant. Subsequent monitoring should be implemented if necessary. • EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: PROCEDURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Doc. EHSOM-33 Environmental Monitoring Program: Regular monitoring of all significant environmental parameters is essential to check the compliance status vis-à-vis the environmental laws and regulation. No. 77 of 114 • A monitoring program shall be implemented for measure of sound level at key locations. . buildings within the potential damaging zone of a blast shall be surveyed and existing cracks recorded.

Sheet No. 78 of 114 • To study the trend of concentration values of the parameters, which have been, identified as critical and planning the mitigate measures. • To check and assess the efficacy of pollution control equipment. A comprehensive environmental monitoring program that has been prepared for the purpose of implementation at site Air Pollution Monitoring The Stack emissions from the DG Set shall be monitored once in a six month for NOx & SO2, by External agency. The ambient air at the site shall be monitored every month for RSPM, SPM; The Fugitive Emissions shall be monitored once every six months. Waste Water Monitoring: The quantity of waste generated from site will be regularly measured. Wastewater samples will be collected and analyzed for critical parameters like BOD, COD, Oil and Grease, Solids. The frequency of monitoring will be half yearly. Ground Water Monitoring: Groundwater quality of bore-well will be regularly monitored preferably once in 6 months. Solid Waste Monitoring: Solid waste generated from the plant will be monitored once in a three months.

EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR ELECTRICAL WORK

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Description of check point Extension cords are not used as permanent wiring. Extension cords and power strips plugged directly into wall outlets. Power cords are in good condition with no splices or broken insulation. Grounding prongs not removed from 3-way plugs.

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Sheet No. 79 of 114 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Outlet, switch and junction box covers are in place and in good repair Circuit breaker panels and emergency shut offs unobstructed and labeled. Electrical outlets not overloaded with appliances. Use of ELCB s Insertion of loose wire and sockets. Use of proper plugs and sockets IP44 Panel condition IP 44 Panel locked Insertion of bare wires directly in to the sockets Improper grounding for the appliances Electrical cables are running on the grounds Exposed naked joints. Does any electrical equipment cause any degree of shock when touched? Are the Panel Boards provided with fencing and rubber mat? Are the incoming and out going voltage clearly marked in the Panel Boards? Are the out going lines identified clearly in the Panel Boards? Is the danger board provided in the MP’s? Are there double earthing provided? Is there earth pits maintained? Is the earth resistance measured periodically and record maintained? Is there any contact with Electrical earth & welding earth? Are the main switches working properly

EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR ELECTRICAL WORK

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Is the cable trench properly covered at the Panel Board? Are the cable properly laid on the trays in the cable trench? Is the cable trench free from water? Are the cable trenches free from unwanted materials?

Sheet No. 80 of 114 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. Are the main switches properly cover/closed? Are the switches in good condition? Are the switches/panels boards free from obstacles? Are the switches fixed properly? Is there any temporary wiring? Is there any damage in the cable/wires? Is the proper insulation at the joints? Are the focus light provided with earthing? Are there proper socket/plugs used for taping the supply? Are there 3 pin plugs used for taping supply? Are the electricians trained on First Aid? Are there suitable Fire ExtinguiEHSr/Fire Buckets are in good condition? Are the electrical tools are properly stored? Are all the electrical tools insulated? Is there proper lock out system available? Is there proper work permit/line clearance available for maintenance work?

Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location:

EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR LADDER

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Description of check point Are ladders the right means of access for the job? Are all ladders in good condition? Are the secured to prevent them slipping sideways or outwards? Do ladder rise to a sufficient height? above their landing place? If not there hand holds available?

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No 1.+ /0/20/0works. No. 10.Sheet No. Are the ladders positioned so that used don’t have over step or climb over obstacles to work? Does the ladder rest against a solid surface and not on fragile or insecure materials? Whether the position at an angel 1:4? Whether it is adequately secured? Is the space between the rungs are even and uniform? Whether any bamboo ladders are used by the subcontractors? Whether the metal ladders are painted by any subcontractor? Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR SCAFFOLDING Doc. 11. 81 of 114 5 6 7 8 9. . EHSOM-C-03 S. Description of check point Is site having a practice of providing suitable and sufficient scaffolds so that the work could safely be done at a height In site engaging suitable/properly trained /experienced workmen for construction/dismantling/shifting scaffolding *3. Yes No NA Remarks 2.

14. No. 21 22 23 24 Are scaffold platforms designed/constructed with a safety factor of minimum four? Is there a safe means of access to the working platform Are scaffold structure having a solid base avoiding pavements and man hole covers etc. 8. 15. 18. Whether planks used for working platforms are wooden metallic Is there a system of inspecting the scaffolds by a competent person at least once a week and also after every prolonged interruption in the work Is there a system of inspecting materials of scaffolds on each ocasssion before erection Is overhanging of the working platform restricted to less than 50mm/four times the thickness of the board? Is there a system of inspecting scaffolds at every spell of bad weather/heavy wind condition? Is awareness of workmen on the importance of load distribution on a given working platform? Is there a check for the conditions and correct usage of fitting for scaffolds? Are all the materials stored on the platforms properly secured or not Whether planks are tied using proper binding wires Are opening in working platform kept safety covered/fenced. 16. Is there a provision of toe boards/guardrails and are they secured. 7. 5. 20. 6. manholes etc? Are the vertical tubes in plumb and correctly spaced? . Is vertically of the structure properly maintained Are tier for scaffold structure properly maintained Is the scaffolding structure free from excavation pit/proper distance is maintained. 13. 4. 12. Are all materials stacked on the platform properly secured while in motion? Is there a system of using manila rope/coir rope for suspension at any place where such rope would be liable to damage by heat/flames /sharp edges etc. 19. 10. drain covers.Sheet No. 11. 82 of 114 3. 9. 17. EHSOM-C-03 25 26 27 Is the ground level firm. Is there a provision of guardrails and toe boards? Is there a provision of anchoring safety beltslanyards to be tied to guy ropes? Are base plate provided? EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR SCAFFOLDING Doc. or have proper supports have been placed under the structure? Is the base away from all excavations.

e. walkways. 83 of 114 28 29 30 31 32. I. Proper handling of gas cylinder Condition of regulator hose. 33 34 35 36 37 38 Are the standards joints staggered? Are adequate bracing provided? Is the structure securely tied back? Is the working platform closely boarded. torch etc Yes No NA Remarks . knee-rail and toe board provided above the platform and securely fixed? Are all the materials stored on the platforms properly secured or not? Are openings in working platform kept safely covered/ fenced? Is there a provision of anchoring safety belts lanyards to be tied to guy ropes? Are existing access ways (stairs. 3.No 1. EHSOM-C-04 S. No. Oxygen full and empty etc.Sheet No. ladders) etc. 2. Description of check point Storing of gas cylinder like DA. left clear? Is it ensured that planks provided in the scaffolding platform not extending beyond 12 inches outside? Inspected and signed by Safety representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR GAS WELDING AND CUTTING Doc. no gaps between the boards? Is the working platform at least 450 mm wide? Is a guard-rail.

6. 2. 8. Proper handling of gas cylinder Condition of regulator hose. 84 of 114 4. 13. 17 18 19 20 21 Welding generators/transformers conditions and its proper earthing Condition of welding cable and joints Electrode holder Area free from combustible material Cordoning of welding / Gas cutting is in progress at height provision of fire extinguiEHSrs Smoldering fires are religiously extinguiEHSd after day’s work. 12. Appropriate hand protection is available and used if hazard present. 16. Description of check point Appropriate eye protection is available and used if hazard present. 10. Appropriate hearing protection available and Yes No NA Remarks . 7. Are valid licenses available for storing all these cylinders? Whether integrity test certificates are obtained from the suppliers of the cylinders? Are the filled and empty cylinders stored separately? Are trolleys being used for carriage of gas cylinders? Are gauges working properly? Is the hose in good working condition and proper clamps been used to secure it with cylinders? Is the correct type of lighters being used by the cutters? Inspected and signed by Safety representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Doc. 14. Stacking of cylinders not near live wires. torch etc. Oxygen full and empty etc.Sheet No. 15. No. 3. 11. 9. 5.No 1. battery charging rooms/oil rooms Storing of gas cylinder like DA. EHSOM-C-05 S.

17. Anchoring point provided at all places of work. safety belts ensured for all workers. No. Has a list of required PPE for each area/operation been developed and the required PPE is made available to the workers? Are the EHS department and the workers consulted in the selection of PPE? Inspected and signed by Safety representative Date: Site Incharge Location: Doc.) available and used if needed. 16. Use of safety helmets. 21. Approved respirators available and used if needed. 8. Proper fall arrest system is deployed at critical work places. 6. Use of safety belt while working at height. 19. 5. aprons. 20.Sheet No. safety belts ensured for all workers. 9. Common life line provided wherever linear movement at height is required. Protective clothing (coveralls. 10. 14. Appropriate foot protection available and used if hazard present Protective clothing (coveralls. Safety nets are in use wherever required. EHSOM-C-06 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR STEEL ERECTION S. used if hazard present. 7. Appropriate eye protection is available and used if hazard present. Safety goggles during Welding /Gas cutting /grinding etc. 11. etc.No 1. Description of check point GENERAL Has a site survey been conducted to identify all hazardous site features such as:  Overhead power lines  Underground services Yes No NA Remarks . Appropriate hearing protection available and used if hazard present. Use of safety helmets. 18. PPE is properly stored. clean and in good Condition. 13. 12. Proper types of gloves are used for appropriate type of works.) available and used if needed. 22. 85 of 114 4. Appropriate hand protection is available and used if hazard present. aprons. 15. etc.

12. Proximity to and condition of adjacent structures  Proximity to the general public. Is the weight of each compartment clearly marked? Have erectors been trained in the principles of material handling. 6. Are all persons associated with the works suitably trained and competent Are the appropriate type and number of cranes being employed Have suitable hard standings been provided at all operating locations. Are copies being held on site by the Erection Supervisor and the Section Manager Have all persons involved in the works been briefed on the method statement. 86 of 114 Areas of restricted access. Have anchor points for safety harnesses been pre-located and drilled. No. Are specific actions taken to ensure stability?  At times of temporary cessation of works  At times when fastening may be incomplete  At times of high winds or when high winds are expected  When the structure or parts of if may be subject to construction loads Have anchor points been checked to ensure that they are able to resist any force likely to be placed upon them. Have permanent walkways. EHSOM-C-06 2. Have a competent person been appointed to supervise lifting operations. 15. 17. Ground load bearing capacity. 3. 8. 14. 9. Is maximum prefabrication being done at low level prior to erection EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR STEEL ERECTION Doc. 11. Has a satisfactory method statement been produced and agreed. ladders and steps been fitted as early as practicable CIVIL WORK AREA . 5.     STEEL FRAMES 13. 10. Areas of restricted working. Are supports and bracings remaining attached until bolting up has been completed.Sheet No. 4. Have suitable arrangements been made for access to bolt up positions. 16. 7.

No. 87 of 114 18. Are all push/pull props to be used fitted with correct pins and in good condition Has suitable lifting equipment been provided with proprietary release devices Have arrangements been made for access to higher levels prior to floor slabs being positioned Have arrangements been made to have all openings in floors covered or otherwise protected. EHSOM-C-07 S. 22.No 1. 23.Sheet No. 21. Description of check point GENERAL Has a method statement and risk assessment Yes No NA Remarks . 20. Has the procedure for temporary works been implemented? Have suitable and adequate anchorage points been made available for harnesses during floor slab positioning. 19. Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR PILING Doc.

15. Where tripods are being used:  Is the SWL clearly marked on the winch and a current test and examination . 88 of 114 2. 10. 8. No. Is all control levers within the piling machine clearly marked? Where driven piling is being carried out:  Are piles being stacked in a safe and secure manner prior to use?  Are hand lines being used to control EHSets when lifting? Are gate platforms fitted with toe board. been produced and agreed by all parties. 5. 17. has a lifting cage been provided? Has the erection of a gate support system been supervised by a competent person. 9. 12. 18. 14. 13. 6. Are copies being held on site by the piling supervisor and the site manager? Is the method statement and risk assessment being complied with by the piling operatives? Has a site survey been carried out to locate and identify all underground services. 4. voids. guard rails and suitable access ladders? Where work cannot safely be done from the platform or a ladder. 16. Where bored piling is being carried out:  Has a segregated spoil area been designated. 7. Does the piling equipment have a current test and examination certificate? Are statutory inspection being carried out and recorded. Have arrangements been made to inspect the piling hammer and clamping bolts daily. 3. EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR PILING Doc.Sheet No. EHSOM-C-07 19. and possible contaminants? Have all necessary measures been taken to protect overhead services. Has a safe system of work been included into the method statement for cleaning of concrete pump and hoses.  Are barriers provided to protect pile shaft. 11. Has a noise and vibration assessment been carried out? Are control measures being implemented? Is suitable hearing protection being worn where necessary.

hydra . 30. 28.  Are all accessible moving parts suitable guarded?  Is a clear working area being maintained?  Are safe lifting methods being employed. 24.crane have the required certificate All hot cutting scraps are quenched & hence removed properly Has a method statement and risk assessment been produced and agreed by all parties. 26. Safety manager & supervisor are on constant duty on site All machine have valid fitness certificate Proper warning signs in Hindi & English should affix by contractor All earthing is done using insulated cables Safety cordon is provided around pile rig location All workers working with wire ropes wearing gloves All worker engaged in bore muck wearing gumboot All operators of Rig . 29. Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR CRANE Doc. 27. 32. 33. Are copies being held on site by the piling supervisor and the site manager? 20. 25. 21. EHSOM-C-08 S. 89 of 114 certificate available on site?  Are only correct EHSar pins being used on the EHSar legs?  Are all ropes secured with bulldog grips or where appropriate hard eyes or saddles. 31.No 1 Description of check point Is the crane on a firm level bases? Yes No NA Remarks .Sheet No. 34. 23. 22. No. fuel. fire extinguiEHSr are properly stacked.  Are barriers being provided to safeguard pile shafts? All workers wearing safety helmets and safety shoes Emergency medical kit is provided at site All lights are properly covered using insulated wires Oil.  Are ropes checked daily for damage and replaced where necessary.

90 of 114 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. 15. Are the safe working loads and corresponding radii known and considered before any lifting begins? If the crane has capacity of more than 1 tonne does it have an automatic safe load indicator that is maintained and inspected weekly? Are all operators trained and competent? Has the banksman trained to give signals and to attach loads correctly? Do the operator and banksman find out the weight and center of gravity of the load before trying to lift it? Are cranes inspected weekly and thoroughly examined for every 12 months my competent person? Are the results of inspections and examinations recorded? Is there swing alarm? Does the crane have a current test certificate? Is creating more noise and smoke? Is there any damage in boom? Is the outriggers are in good condition? Is the portable fire extinguiEHSr in operator’s cabin? Is the damaged wire. No. rope and sling? Are riggers are experienced? Is all the mobile equipment in good condition? Does adequate number of warning sings/signals exist? Whether all the lifting machines marked with their S. 12. 14. 11. 16.? Are all examinations and tests documented in the prescribed form? Are all the examinations and tests carried out and certified by competent persons? Are the trained operators engaged for operating the equipment? Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR EXCAVATION Doc. 20. 23. 21. 17.L.No Description of check point Yes No NA Remarks . 18. 13. 10. 22. EHSOM-C-09 S.W.Sheet No.

Are the dewatering facilities are adequate? Are the barricade/fencing/displaying of dangers sign. Whether the provisions for ladders for deep trench? Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR REINFORCEMENT Doc. Description of check point Whether Guard has been provided on every dangerous & rotating part of cutting & Bending Yes No NA Remarks . No.Sheet No. warning sign byway of red flag/tape/light etc. one that does not rely on people working within an unsupported trench? If the sides of the excavation are sloped back or battered. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Is an adequate supply of timber. 10. piling work in the vicinity. spoil or plant stored away from the edge of the excavating or order reducing the likelihood of a collapse of the side? Is the excavation inspected by a compete person at start of every shift? Has the risk of manual handling injuries been assessed Are hoists.e.No 1. 11. 91 of 114 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Is the angle of batter sufficient to prevent collapse? Is there safe access to the excavation? Are there guard rails or other equivalent protection to stop people falling in? Are properly secured stop blocks provide to prevent tipping vehicles falling in? Does the excavation affect the stability of neighboring structures? Are materials. EHSOM-C-10 S. trench EHSets props of the supporting material made available before excavation work begins? Is this material storing enough to support the sides? Is a safe method used for putting in the support i. wheel barrows and other plant or equipment used so that manual lifting and handling of heavy objects is kept to a minimum? Can the handling of heavy blocks be avoided? Whether the verification for the underground electrical cable line? Avoid traffic movement.

3. Whether the cutting & bending machine properly grounded? Is emergency stop switch provided with cutting and bending machine? Only trained person must be carrying out bar bending & cutting activities. 92 of 114 Machines? 2.No 1.e. 4. EHSOM-C-11 S. vehicles access points and routes around the site been provided? Yes No NA Remarks . safety shoes and leather denim apron? Whether safe means of access and suitable walkway provided for reinforcement placement? Whether the workmen provided with PPE's i. 7. 5. safety helmet. Whether the employees provided with hand gloves. hand gloves and safety belt etc? Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC Doc. Description of check point Have separate pedestrian.Sheet No. 6. No. shoes.

10. 5. 3.No Description of check point NOISE Yes No NA Remarks . 8. 9. winch & tipper Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR TRANSPORTATION / VEHICLE SAFETY Doc. 93 of 114 2. excavators . 7.excavator. No. supervisors safe in & around the area of operation of the crane . and foot brake work properly? Have drivers received proper training? Are vehicles securely loaded? Is there overloading of site vehicles? Is there unfit drivers or operators? Is there absence of traffic marshal? Is there usage of fog light at winter? Materials falling from vehicle while transporting? Indulging horseplay on job? Location of overhead lines identified and precautions taken? Which are the vehicles deployed at site? (tipper. 6.tractor. handbrake. EHSOM-C-13 S.etc) Does the speed limits being followed on site? Is the vehicle fitted with reverse horn light & is it function? Is driver holding valid license Is movement of workers .Sheet No. 4. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Where vehicles have to reverse are they controlled by properly trained banksman Are vehicles maintained the steering.

passageways.Sheet No. 17. 8. ladders and scaffold in good Yes No NA Remarks . passenger hoists. staircases. 12.g. 94 of 114 1. 15. Are breakers and other plant or machinery fitted with silencers? Are barriers erected to reduce the spread of noise? Is work sequenced to minimize the number of people exposed to noise? Are other not involved in the work kept away? Is suitable hearing protection and worn in noisy areas? Are breakers and other plant or machinery fitted with silencers? Are barriers erected to reduce the spread of noise? Is work sequenced to minimize the number of people exposed to noise? AIR QUALITY Are all vehicles used in the site subjected to emission check up and valid certificate available? Are the records for routine maintenance of IC engine operated power vehicles and equipments available? Is sufficient freeboard maintained in the vehicles carrying dust and loads covered? Is excavation disposal stockpiled only at the location designated by the employer? Is the temporary dumping areas maintained for pollution control. are roads. 11.No 1. 4. 2. 16. even during stoppage of work? Is dust screens provided to avoid flying of dust outside the site premises? Is watering/ wetting done on the roads during dry and windy conditions? Is wheel washing facility provided at the site exit with high pressure water jets? Are all vehicles used in the site subjected to emission check up and valid certificate available? Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR GENERAL SAFETY Doc. 7. Description of check point Can everyone reach their place of work safe e. No. 13. 3. EHSOM-C-14 S. 6. 10. 14. 5. gangways. 9.

13. Are hold and opening securely guard railed provide with an equivalent standard of edge protection or provided with fixed. Are structures stable. 10. are roads. 6. 11. mobile elevating work platforms building. No. gangways. mobile elevating work platforms building. 8. 7. 9. Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR WORK AT HEIGHT/FALL PROTECTION Doc.Sheet No. ladders and scaffold in good condition? Are there guard rails or equivalent protection to stop falls from opened edges on scaffolds. 3. passageways. gangways excavations etc.g. adequately braced and not overloaded? Are all working areas and walkways leveled and obstruction from stored materials and wastes? In the site tidy and are materials stored safely? Are there proper arrangements for collection and disposal of waste materials? Can everyone reach their place of work safe e.No Description of check point Yes No NA Remarks . Are structures stable. Are hold and opening securely guard railed provide with an equivalent standard of edge protection or provided with fixed. clearly marked covers to prevent falls. adequately braced and not overloaded? Are all working areas and walkways leveled and obstruction from stored materials and wastes? In the site tidy and are materials stored safely? Are there proper arrangements for collection and disposal of waste materials? 2. 95 of 114 condition? Are there guard rails or equivalent protection to stop falls from opened edges on scaffolds. 5. gangways excavations etc. EHSOM-C-15 S. 12. passenger hoists. 4. staircases. 14. clearly marked covers to prevent falls.

No.Sheet No. ladders and landings strong enough Are the platform /landing clean and well Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CHECKLIST FOR HEAVY LIFTING OPERATION Doc. 96 of 114 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Are all the heights protected with Prope proper barricades and scaffoldings? Has proper walkway or foot board provided on top? Are workers using belts where it is not possible to provide railings? Is ladder being provided for proper access? Is ladder being secured from top and bottom? Is everyone instructed for using the ladders one at a time? Is the ladder being provided at safe angle? Is ladder being protrude one meter above the landing place? Are the platforms.No Description of check point Yes No NA Remarks . EHSOM-C-16 S.

load tied properly and secured against toppling and falling. Location Date of Inspection Next Date of Inspection Signature . No. Any worker traveling on the load.Sheet No. Adequate and suitable lifting gears available. After loading. EHSOM-C-17 RESPONSIBILITY ……………………………………. First Aid Box No. Is the vehicle for transportation adequate for the load Inspected and signed by Safety Representative Date: Site Incharge Location: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: MASTER LIST OF FIRST BOX Doc. Lifting area cordoned off. Tag line available. 97 of 114 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Stability of stacked load before start of loading/lifting. Danger sign and warning light displayed on projected loads. if required Loading /Material handling crew explained the job and method of handling.

98 of 114 .Sheet No.

ii.l. xiv. xviii. xii. Twelve roller bandages ten cms wide Twelve roller bandages five cms wide One tourniquet A supply of suitable splints . vi. iii. No. ix. vii.) packets of sterilized of cotton wool 200 m. iv.l bottle of cetrimide Solutions (1 percent) or suitable antiseptic solution. v. 4 percent xylocaine eye drops and boric acid eye drops and soda bicarbonate eye drops Twenty.Sheet No. x.) bottle of mercurochrome (2percent) solution in water One (one hundred twenty ml) bottle of having salvolatile having the doses and mode of administration indicated on the label. One pair of scissors One roll of adhesive plasters (six cm* 1metre) Two rolls of adhesive plaster (Two cms* 1 meter) Twelve pieces of sterilized eye pads in separate sealed packets. A bottle containing hundred tablets (each of three hundred and twenty five mg) of aspirin or any other analgesic. A sufficient number of eye wash bottles filled with distilled water or suitable a liquid clearly indicated by a distinctive sign which shall be visible at all times.m. viii. 99 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CONTENTS OF A FIRST AID Doc. One (200m. xiii. EHSOM-C-17 BOX i. xv. xi. xvii. xix. xvi.four small sterilized dressings Twelve medium size sterilized dressings Twelve large size sterilized dressings Twelve large size sterilized burn dressings Twelve (15c.

xxvi.Sheet No. EHSOM-C-17 OF A FIRST AID BOX xx. xxii. xxi. 100 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: CONTENTS Doc. latex hand gloves . xxv. One copy of first aid leaflet issued by the Directorate General Six triangular bandages Two pairs of suitable. xxiii. xxiv. No. sterilized. Three packets of safety pins Kidney tray A snake bite lancet One (thirty ml) bottle containing potassium permanganate crystals.

EHSOM-C-19 MASTER LIST OF REGULATION LICENCE / REGISTRATION TITLE REGULATION LICENCE/ RETURN REGISTRATION LOCATION RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONTINUAL UPDATION & RECORD MAINTAINED . No.Sheet No. No.NO LAST DATE OF TEST NEXT DATE OF TEST AUTHORISED DRIVER NAME TRAINING RECORD EYE TEST RECORD SIGNATURE EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: Doc. EHSOM-C-18 LIFTING TACKLES CONTRACTOR S. 101 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: MASTER LIST OF CRANES/ Doc.

No. 102 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: Doc.Sheet No.NO LOCATION LIST OF CERTIFIED ELECTRICAN . EHSOM-C-20 MASTER LIST OF CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN S.

2. 103 of 114 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SPECIFIC INSPECTION FOR Doc.g. properly insulated. 3.No 1. 3. No. 6. 4. 3. EHSOM-C-22 CRANE NAME OF SITE: JOB NO: . ITEMS WELDING SET Connection are proper and well insulated Shock preventer build in/installed On /off switch in good working condition Proper earthing provided? Battery terminal properly greased to prevent arcing CABLE AND JOINTS Cable and joints are proper and in good condition Well insulated and no exposed wire Size of cable are of correct rating to power supply Any over heating of cable due to over – loading Are cables properly laid to prevent tripping hazard Are cables exposed or connect with oil. 4. 6. 5. 1. 5. 2. No. Holder are kept dried and properly hung-up after used Not in contact with metal parts or structure Electrodes are detached after welding DATE: YES NO REMARKS 1. 4. EHSOM-C-21 WELDING WORK SPECIFIC INSPECTION FOR WELDING WORK PROJECT SITE: LOCATION: INSPECTED BY: S. EHS Manager Date: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SPECIFIC INSPECTION FOR Doc.Sheet No. no exposed metal parts. sharp edges and water ELECTRODE HOLDER Electrode holder used are in working condition e. 2.

Load chart provided.NO . 104 of 114 REF & DATE MAKE/MODEL S. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Hook and Hook Latch Over-Hoist Limit Switch Boom-Limit Switch Boom Angle Indicator Condition of Boom Condition of Ropes Size and Condition of the Sling Swing Brake and Lock Proper Brake and Lock. EHSOM-C-23 INSPECTION FOR HAND & POWER TOOLS SITE NAME: DATE: .Sheet No. Operator’s license. Load test details. No. Operator Cabin Boom Brake and Lock Main Switch Leakage in hydraulic cylinders Safe load indicator Condition of Battery and Lamps. Fire ExtinguiEHSr. CHECK POINTS YES NO NA REMARK SIGNATURE: GANTERY OPERATOR EHS MANAGER MECHANICAL EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: SPECIFIC Doc. Reverse horn. Swing Alarm Provided. Guards of moving and rotating parts.

flags etc) provided? Are all access points controlled by security guards? Yes No NA REMARKS . pits barricaded to prevent fall of persons into it? Is proper warning arrangement (blinkers. EHSOM-C-24 SAFETY INSPECTION S.No TOOLS LOCATION CONDITION REMARKS EHS MANAGER SAFETY SUPERVISOR EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: WEEKLY Doc.Sheet No. 105 of 114 S. No. civil area? Are the deep holes. No A 1 2 3 4 DESCRIPTION BARRICATION Is the site well barricaded from road traffic.

E available in the store all the time? VEHICLES Which are the vehicles deployed at site? (tipper. 106 of 114 B 1 2 3 4 5 6 C 1 2 3 4 5 D 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Are labourers using PPE? Are supervisors. engineers using P. excavators.P. winch & tipper? ELECTRICITY Are the electric cables laid out safely and properly? Are standard sockets & plug used for all the joints? Is the proper insulation at the joints? Are ELCBs being used at site? Is the rating of ELCBs adequate? Are all electricians having valid licenses? Are all distribution boards provided with canopy? Is IP44 Panel condition satisfied? Is there any contact with Electrical earth & welding earth? EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. scraps.tractor.E? Is quality of PPE as per ISI? Are the safety belts used by the workers while working at height? Are workers/staff aware of correct way of using P. unwanted material removed from time to time? Are mixers / pumps being cleaned after the use? Are wires.excavator.Sheet No.etc) Does the speed limits being followed on site? Is the vehicle fitted with reverse horn light & is it in function? Is driver holding valid license? Is the movement of workers. HOUSE KEEPING Is the site neat & clean? Does the empty cylinders. bar pieces being removed from time to time? . EHSOM-C-24 TITLE: WEEKLY SAFETY INSPECTION 10 11 12 E 1 2 3 4 Are the switches/panels boards free from obstacles? Is there any damage in the cable/wires? Insertion of loose wire and sockets.P. No.E? Are commonly used P. supervisors safe in & around the area of operation of the crane.P.

No CRANE 1 2 3 4 5 Description Is the crane on a firm level bases? Are all operators trained and competent? Is there swing alarm? Is there any damage in boom? Is the outriggers are in good condition? Yes No NA Remarks . No.Sheet No. debris being removed from time to time? Is work area kept tidy? GAS CYLINDERS Are the filled and empty cylinders stored separately? Are trolleys being used for carriage of gas cylinders? Are gauges working properly? Is the hose in good working condition and proper clamps been used to secure it with cylinders? 5 Is the correct type of lighters being used by the cutters? G PILING 1 Are tripod legs being inspected for cracks/weakness periodically? 2 Is the pulley pin being inspected every day? 3 Are tripod legs joints inspected with steel plates? 4 Is wire rope tied properly at the chisel / bailer end? 5 Is pile bore protected against fall of person inside? H HEIGHTS 1 Are all the heights protected with Prope proper barricades and scaffoldings? 2 Has proper walkway or foot board provided on top? 3 Are workers using belts where it is not possible to provide railings? 4 Is ladder being provided for proper access? 5 Is ladder being secured from top and bottom? 6 Is everyone instructed for using the ladders one at a time? 7 Is the ladder being provided at safe angle? 8 Is ladder being protrude one meter above the landing place? 9 Are the platforms. EHSOM-C-25 NAME OF SITE: DATE: S. 107 of 114 5 6 F 1 2 3 4 In excess earth. ladders and landings strong enough 10 Are the platform /landing clean and well EHS MANAGER EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: MONTHLY SAFETY INSPECTION SITE ENGINEER Doc.

switch and junction box covers are in place and in good repair Insertion of loose wire and sockets. rope or sling? ELECTRICAL Extension cords are not used as permanent wiring. Outlet. 108 of 114 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Is the portable fire extinguiEHSr in operator’s cabin? Is there any damaged wire. EHSOM-C-25 TITLE: MONTHLY SAFETY INSPECTION PILING 1 2 Is all control levers within the piling machine clearly marked? Where driven piling is being carried out: • Are piles being stacked in a safe and secure manner prior to use? • Are hand lines being used to control sheets when lifting? PPE . Extension cords and power strips plugged directly into wall outlets. Grounding prongs not removed from 3-way plugs. Exposed naked joints. Power cords are in good condition with no splices or broken insulation. torch etc Area free from combustible material provision of fire extinguiEHSrs LADDER Are all ladders in good condition? Are the ladders positioned so that used don’t have over step or climb over obstacles to work? Does the ladder rest against a solid surface and not on fragile or insecure materials? Whether the position at an angel 1:4? Whether it is adequately secured? EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc.Sheet No. No. Use of proper plugs and sockets Improper grounding for the appliances Electrical cables are running on the grounds WELDING & CUTTING Condition of welding cable and joints Electrode holder Condition of regulator hose.

etc.e. Safety nets are in use wherever required. PPE is properly stored. No. clean and in good Condition.Sheet No. Proper types of gloves are used for appropriate type of works. Proper fall arrest system is deployed at critical work places REINFORCEMENT WORK Whether the cutting & bending machine properly grounded? Is emergency stop switch provided with cutting and bending machine? Whether the workmen provided with PPE’s i. hand gloves and safety belt etc? Whether safe means of access and suitable walkway provided for reinforcement placement? SCAFFOLDING 1 Is there a safe means of access to the working platform 1 2 3 4 EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: MONTHLY SAFETY INSPECTION Doc. Common life line provided wherever linear movement at height is required. EHSOM-C-25 2 3 4 5 Is vertically of the structure properly maintained Is the scaffolding structure free from excavation pit/proper distance is maintained. Safety goggles during Welding /Gas cutting /grinding etc.) available and used if needed. Appropriate eye protection is available and used if hazard present. Use of safety belt while working at height. Is there a provision of toe boards/guardrails and are they secured. Is awareness of workmen on the importance of load distribution on a given working platform? . 109 of 114 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Protective clothing (coveralls. aprons. safety helmet. shoes. Appropriate hand protection is available and used if hazard present.

110 of 114 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Is there a check for the conditions and correct usage of fitting for scaffolds? Are all the materials stored on the platforms properly secured or not Are opening in working platform kept safety covered/fenced. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. Date: …………… 1. 2. …………………………………………………………………………………………………… . Name of Engineer/ Supervisor on the job:…………………………….. Nature of job:……………………………………………………………………………………. Location of the job:……………………………….. Valid up to ………………… Time:……………. and foot brake work properly? Are vehicles securely loaded? Is there overloading of site vehicles? Is there unfit drivers or operators? Is there unlicensed vehicles? Is there absence of traffic marshal? Is there reversing alarm? Are traffic stewards/supervisor wear reflective jackets... No... 3. safety helmet and safety shoes? SITE ENGINEER SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE SUB-CONTRACTOR EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL TITLE: WORK Doc.Sheet No. TRAFFIC-VEHICLE Are vehicles maintained the steering. Is the weight of each compartment clearly marked? Have erectors been trained in the principles of material handling.ELECTRICAL Permit No:………………. Have a competent person been appointed to supervise lifting operations. EHSOM-C-26 PERMIT. 4. Is there a provision of guardrails and toe boards? STEEL ERECTION Have suitable hard standings been provided at all operating locations. handbrake. Instruction given to the agency on work:…………………………………………………….

111 of 114 5. PPE‘s required: S. / dt:……………further time extension or addition work permit .. No. line 3 4 5 testers? Is indication of earthed conductor made to distinguish it from live conductor? Is it ensured that the cables used are 3 cores for single and 5 core for three phase supply? The connections are routed through RCCB? YES/NO/NA REMARKS I have received the permit and gone through the conditions of the permit Instructions in the permit are explained to the persons engaged in the work the above overleaf. if necessary …………………………………………………………………………… Signature (Permit Holder) EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Signature Permit Issued By Doc. rubber shoes. Work Completion Status: Time of work finiEHSd …………………….NO 1 2 SAFETY PARIMETER Equipment is shutdown for maintenance? Are personnel involved in electric supply line works are provided with PPE’s such as gloves. I clear and permit the agency on work to carry out the work. I understand that any violation on the conditions here in the permit will make the Permit invalid. Contractor No: Permit No. Part 1: Issue Issue to (Name of Person): Details of Hot Work: Location: Work to be carried out: Section: Date…………….Hw………………. safety belts helmets and apparatus such as earthing device.Sheet No. .HOT WORK Name of the contractor: . EHSOM-C-26 TITLE: WORK PERMIT.

Date Being the competent person (Hot Work) Part 2: Receipt I hereby declare that the work by myself or by any person under my control of the above hot work shall be carried out in accordance with the condition of the certificate and the requirements of the company safety rules. Fencing.Sheet No. Signed ………………… Time…………………………….. EHSOM-C-27 Time………………… Date……………… Time ………………………. Being the competent person (Hot Work) Time: Date: EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc. Being the competent person (Hot Work) Part 3: Clearance I declare the all hot work under my control has now been stopped and the area has been checked out found clear of any risk of fire and that all tools and other equipments have been removed Signed …………… Part 4: cancellation I acknowledge receipt of the clearance of the certificate. Etc. Date……………… TITLE: WORK PERMIT.EXCAVATION Permit No: Date: Site Location: The location of the work: Name of Engineer/ Supervisor on the job: Description of Work to be performed: Description of Excavation Equipment to be used: Specific Personal Protective Equipment Required Specific Site Safety Equipment Used (Barricades. All persons permitted to work on this hot work have been or will be informed of when the safe period for entry will expire... Date ………………. 112 of 114 I hereby declare that the above hot work is safe to carry out and that all appropriate fire precaution are in place including the issue of additional 5 kg dry powder extinguisher or site and that all company safety rules have been observed. This certificate is now cancelled. Warning Tape.): Time: . Signed …………………………. Signed ………………………..Time of expiry This permit is valid only for the period the period specified which must not exceed 24 hrs. Time of Issue …………. No.

2. Name of Engineer/ Supervisor on the job:……………………………. PPE‘s required: . I clear and permit the organization / agency on work to carry out the work. etc. …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. I understand that any violation on the conditions here in the permit will make the Permit invalid. Signature (Permit Holder) Signature Permit Issued By EHS OPERATIONAL MANUAL Doc.) High Voltage in Excavation Area Underground Tanks in Excavation Area Natural Gas Pipelines Located Personal Protective Equipment is On-Site Barricades and Other Safety Equipment is On-Site Hazardous Atmospheres Present or Possible (refer to Confined Space Procedures) Welding to be Performed (Complete Hot Work Permit) Asbestos Containing Materials Involved (Contact EH&S prior to Commencing) Excavation will be longer than 24 hours Water Accumulation is Imminent I have received the permit and gone through the conditions of the permit Instructions in the permit are explained to the persons engaged in the work the above overleaf. sewage.. Instruction given to the agency on work:……………………………………………………. Valid up to ………………… Time:……………. EHSOM-C-28 TITLE: WORK PERMIT. Location of the job:………………………………. sprinkler system. …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5.... 3. Date: …………… 1. water. 113 of 114 Excavation Checklist Site Safety Survey Conducted Utilities Located (telephone. No.WORKING AT HEIGHT Permit No:………………. 4..Sheet No. Nature of job:…………………………………………………………………………………….

I clear and permit the agency on work to carry out the work. if necessary …………………………………………………………………………… Signature (Permit Holder) Signature Permit Issued By .. 114 of 114 YES/NO/ REMARKS NA 2 I have received the permit and gone through the conditions of the permit Instructions in the permit are explained to the persons engaged in the work the above overleaf. submit the details of your personal fall arrest system. Work Completion Status: Time of work finished …………………….NO 1 SAFETY PARIMETER Fall Protection – Will you be working at heights above 6 feet or on a roof? If so.S. make sure your employees have had training. / dt:……………further time extension or addition work permit . Sheet No. I understand that any violation on the conditions here in the permit will make the Permit invalid. anchorage and submit your fall protection plan Ladders / Scaffolds / Stairways – Will you be using step or extension ladders? Will there be scaffold used or erected? Will you be using or installing stairways? Know at what height.