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RISK ASSESSMENT FOR MECHANICAL WORK

PROJECT:

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EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE SERVICES

Task &
Activity

Hazard

Persons at
Risk

HSE OFFICER:

Risk

MR. ALAMZEB KHAN

Initial Risk
S

Control Measures

PAINTING

Inhalation, eyes
irritation, skin
irritation.

General site
workers, Staff
& Visitors

Inhalation causes lungs


chronic or acute disease,
eyes irritation, skin
ingestion.

WORKING IN
OPEN AREA
(changing
tires,
maintenance
work,
painting)

Exposure to high
temperatures

General site
workers, Staff
& Visitors

Dehydration. Fainting,
Heat Stress

DATE:

Provide adequate tool box talk.


PPE & RPE (special masks, gloves, safety
glasses.
Adequate supervision to be ensured.
Training on different chemical / Tool box
talks to be provided to avoid negligence.

Allow rest in between work.


Provision of Oral Rehydration Salt or
glucose to be provided during high
temperature season.
Welfare facility to be provided at the site
and adequate supply of drinking water to
be provided.
Training to be provided for the worker
regarding heat stress and while working
during high temperature season.
First aider along with first aid box shall be
available at site.
Change of work timing as per SA
requirements.
All workers shall be provided with PPEs.
(Safety hand gloves, eyeglass, helmet, high
visibility vest, safety shoes.)

AUGUST 16, 2014

Residual
Risk
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Risk Owner

OPERATION
OF HEAVY
VEHICLES
( crane, Mini
or full size
forklift truck,
fire truck)

Incompetent
person operating
equipment/vehicle
on site

Mechanics,
General site
workers, staff
& visitors

Fatality, Serious Injury,


Damage to property, falling
into the excavation,
overturning of equipment

HOUSEKEEP
ING (oil spill,
garbage,
debris, other
particles)

Slips, Trips and


Falls due to poor
housekeeping

General site
workers, staff
& visitors

Sprains, strains, fractures,


bruise
Blockage of access route,
Infestation of vermin,
mosquitoes, and other
insects.

Operators shall have SA Competency


certificate.
Operators shall have a valid KSA driving
License
A competent supervisor to supervise all
vehicle activities on site.
A competent flagman/banksman shall be
assigned in each crane inspection or
operation.
Unauthorized use of Equipment shall not
be allowed in the site, operators having
updated certification only can operate the
heavy equipment.
Use of PPE
Avoid overhead crane collapse and contact

Good housekeeping should be done at the


work area and all obstruction in the work
premises shall be removed.

Workers should be instructed to take care


of their area for any obstruction while
working.

Complete PPEs for all workers will be


provided.

Housekeeping team shall be


established to ensure the waste
material is removed from site.

Waste material shall be


segregated

Housekeeping shall be completed


on daily basis

VEHICLE
MOVEMENT

Contact with
employees,
collision with
overhead

General site
workers, staff
& Site visitors

Struck, trapped crash ,hit


by moving Equipment,
collision with live wires
overhead

At no time shall operators stand


under the load when lifting.

At movement time no worker


should stand on vehicle.

Crane/heavy equipment
movement must be controlled by
a banksman

High visibility vest, safety shoes


and safety helmet.

Only certified and trained


operators shall be permitted to
operate heavy vehicles on site.

All vehicles & mobile plants shall


be regularly maintained.

All vehicles and mobile plants


should have valid and up to date
certification.
Avoid working on height
Competent person should use
MEWP
Safety harness / belt
PPE ( Helmet, gloves, safety
glasses, Shoes, Coverall)
Safe scaffolding
PTW for erection of Scaffolding &
working on Scaffolding
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Use proper handrails while
climbing up-down on vehicles
Avoid oily and slippery area.
PPE must be worn while working
over-under heavy vehicles

WORKING
ON HEIGHT /
OVER-under
VEHICLES

Slip, Fall hazard

General site
workers

Bones dislocation, fracture,


cut, Fatality

TIRE
REPAIRING

Material
Storage
and
Handling

WRULD,
Musculoskeletal
disorder.

Unsafe movement
and Handling of
materials.

Manual Handling
9

Used of Hand
tools ( Hand
shovel,
hammer, hand
saw, saw
Used of
cutter, knife)
damage/defective
Hand tools

3
General site
workers, Tire
repairmen.

General site
workers, staff
& visitors

General site
workers,
Contractors
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors
General site
workers,

Hand cuts, Bruises,


WRULD,
Musculoskeletal disorder.

Property Damage, Injury to


personnel, Tripping,
collapse of stacked stored
materials

Back injury Strain/Sprain

Cut in the hands, injury to


the feet & head.

Suitable PPE should be issued to store


keeper/Tool room assistant

Mechanical aids should be used, or multiple


people passing the soft materials for
stacking.

Perishable materials shall be stored, handled


and moved in a safe manner, to avoid
damaged.

Avoid stacking or cartons and other materials

Wear appropriate PPE


(Gloves/Goggles/head protection)
Mechanical aids should be used, or multiple
people passing the soft materials for
stacking.

Proper lifting procedure to be observed.

Tools shall be inspected prior to use of


tools in the site.
Damage and defective hand tools shall be
remove from work area.
Any defects, alteration should be reported
immediately to the supervisor.
Training/TBT should be conducted to
workers to make them aware the hazards
of damage hand tools.

Competent personnel
PPE (gloves, Safety glasses, safety shoes,
mechanical work to load unload (Forklift
truck, Electric trolleys)
Safe manual handling training / TBT.
Competent to use electric power machine
Avoid working manually if possible


Incompetent
person operating
hand tools.

General site
workers, Sub
Contractors,
Visitors

Personal Injury, damage to


property

Using of damage
and recondition
hand tools.

General site
workers,

Damaged hand tools leads


to Personal injury

Unsafe handling
and storage of
Chemicals on site

General site
workers, Sub
Contractors

Contact with eyes, skin,


irritation to the, skin
Ingestion & Inhalation.

10

COSHH

Contact with skin

General site
workers,
Contractors
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors

Dermatitis, sensitisation,
skin diseases leading to
cancer

Only trained, experienced operators are


allowed to use hand tools in project site.
Training to be provided for operatives using
hand tools, internal or training from
suppliers.
Hand tools shall be inspected prior to use
in the site.
All hand tools shall be inspected prior to
start of work.
Any defects, alteration should be reported
immediately to the supervisor.
TBT to be conducted to workers to make
them aware the hazards of damage hand
tools.
Damage and defective hand tools shall be
remove from work area.

All chemical must have an MSDS and


COSHH ASSESSMENT kept on file and to
be communicated to the workers.
Ensure adequate ventilation to move or
extract air/fumes, and respiratory protective
equipment is worn.
Storage of substances must be secure and of
good construction with ventilation, placed in 3
cool and shaded area and out of direct
sunlight.
Chemical containers shall not be put directly
on the ground, materials to be palletized put
in a drip tray to avoid spill on the ground.
Signage to be put in place and visible.
All substances must have accompanied
Material Safety Data Sheet requested from
producer.
COSHH Assessment on substance required
suitable to work.
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PPE must be worn requested on label of
tin/drum. If no label is on substance do not
use it.
Method Statement produced with safest
possible system of work introduced.
First Aider on site with adequate first aid
facilities.
All workers aware of hazards from COSHH
Assessment.
Eyewash station/ emergency shower.


Contact with eyes,
vapour.

General site
workers,
Contractors
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors

Visual Impair acute and


chronic, burns.

11

Installation or
extension of
electrical
distribution

Welding

Fire &
explosion,
Fume,
Electrical
hazard, intense
light

site workers,
other
contractors,
supervisors

Fume lead to asthma,


irritation in eyes & throat
due to intense light & fume,
white finger due to
vibration, tripping over
electric wires.

PPE must be worn requested on label of


tin/drum. If no label is on substance do not
use it.
Ensure substance and protective equipment
is disposed of in accordance with Material
safety data Sheet.
Always clean hands and face thoroughly
before eating, drinking or smoking. Barrier
creams and moisturisers.
Adequate warning signs to be clearly
displayed

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6
6

Selection of suitable equipment


Proper ventilation
Local exhaust
Use proper PPE
Use hot work permit system
Store flammable material away from welding
area
Ensure proper fire fighting equipment
available
Root electric wire properly
Periodical inspection of welding equipment
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Risk Assessment Matrix


Risk Assessment Prepared By: ALAM ZEB KHAN
Signature:
Date:

August 16, 2014

Date of next Assessment:

After 6 months

RISK ASSESSMENT IS THE PROCESS OF QUALIFYING THE LEVEL


OF RISK ASSOCIATED WITH THE OPERATION OF A GIVEN WORK. IT SHOULD BE A STRUCTURED AND SYSTEMATIC
PROCESS.
HOW SEVERE ARE THE POTENTIAL INJURIES?
HOW FREQUENTLY ARE EMPLOYEES EXPOSED TO THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS?
WHAT THE POSSIBILITY OF AVOIDING THE HAZARDS IF IT DOES OCCUR?
WHAT IS THE LIKELIHOOD OF AN INJURY SHOULD A SAFETY CONTROL SYSTEM FAIL?

HSE Officer

ALAM ZEB KHAN

Project Manager

NADIR MOIN

DATE : AUGUST 16, 2014