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 To Concrete ground slab
 To be standing supervision by site supervisor
 Hazards and Control Measures stated in JSA No.001
 Workers involve :Bar Bender ,Concreter , Signalman
and General Workers.
 PPE: Safety Helmet, Safety Shoe, Safety vest, Hand
Glove and Goggle.
 Weather :Good
 To itemize job steps
 To identify typical hazards in a concrete work
 To propose the precaution steps during concrete work
 To discuss legislative aspects which related to the
concrete work
 Concrete is composite construction material, generally composing of cement,
aggregate, sand and water
 Concrete is used for structures either by cast in-situ or pre-cast
 The main types are mass concrete and reinforced concrete
 Typical activities of cast in-situ reinforced concrete :
 Fixing of formwork and falsework
 Fixing of reinforcement bars
 Placing or pouring and compacting of concrete
 Curing of concrete
 Removal of formwork and falsework
Fiber-reinforced Concrete Flowable Fill/CLSM Concrete Roller-compacted Concrete

Insulating Concrete Specialty Concrete

Pervious Concrete
Activity : Concrete Pouring
No Activity ( Job Steps ) Hazard Safe Job Procedure
1 Work permit from client to be obtained • Worksite supervisor shall conduct toolbox talks
- about nature of works and associated potential
hazards and their essential precautionary measure
2 Mobilization of equipment to the marked • Uneven road or passway • Ensure vehicles and equipment are certified with
zone • Machineries are close to the equipments stickers from consortium
• Driver to be observe with speed limit
• Park vehicles at designated location
3 Unloading materials off of trailer / trucks • Low powerlines or wires on the floor • Lower and secure any ramps or plates used in the
unloading process
• Park equipment away from the flow of traffic
4 Concrete formwork setup • Unsafe lifting • Visually inspect formwork for defects before use
• Manual material handlings • Use proper lifting methods when handling forms
• Use team lifting when handling bulky or heavy loads
5 Rebar installation • No handrails or safe pass way to the • Ensure that there are no overhead hazards in the
working area working area
• Wire on the floor • No workers will be working under the suspended
• No barrication rebar cage at any time
• Gloves need to be wear when handling and tying
No Activity ( Job Steps ) Hazard Safe Job Procedure
6 Pouring of concrete • Uneven floor • All equipment and tools will be inspected before
• Wire on the floor or near to formwork each use
• Contact with concrete with open hands • All signals and communicating methods will be
• No barrication agreed upon before beginning the work
• Use correct PPE
7 Removing concrete forms • Uneven floor •
All form removal work is to be performed at the
• Manual material handlings direction of the competent person
• No barrication • Use proper lifting methods when handling forms
• Be sure that the formwork is in the firm grasp of the
workers before removing any of the form supports
8 Lifts for framing, shoring and setting • Uneven passway • Completion of pre-use inspection
rebar • Operator with no training given • Operated by certified and trained operators
• No barrication • Toeboards will be utilized on the floor of the basket
containing tools and equipment
9 Concrete pumping • Wires and hoses on the floor • Unit will be operated by a trained operator provided
• No flagman behind the ready mix truck by the subcontractor
• No barrication • All hoses shall be pinned together to prevent them
from separating during use
• No workers will be allowed between the ready mix
truck and the hopper on the pump
10 Clean up • Uneven roads and floor • Inspect work area, move materials that may cause
• Housekeeping without proper PPE trips prior to performing work
• Use proper lifting technique
11 Secure tools • Main power still on • Inspect work
• Lock equipment
• Lock away tools
 Implement a comprehensive safety and health management
system to find and fix all hazards at the worksite.
 Train workers in safe work practices and methods for all work
activities, procedures and equipment as well as how to
recognize and respond to potential workplace hazards,
including rendering first aid.
 Put in place personal protective equipment programs. Train
workers in selecting, cleaning and maintaining equipment
such as respirators, protective clothing and goggles.
 Ensure that all tools and equipment - including forklifts, cranes,
hoists and rigging - are maintained in good working condition,
are inspected regularly and are operated by thoroughly
trained, tested and competent workers