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DATE :02/1/2018

MA-EHS-MS-02-EHS Aspects Risk and Impacts Assessment-Rev-3.0


Contractor: RAFA GULF CONTRACTING Tel: +966 38873688 Sub-Contractor: Tel:

Contractor Safety Rep:Muhammad Younis Khan Tel: 0566232225 Ma’aden Responsible Person: Muhammad Rafiq Hassan Tel: 0500830200
Project: Ma'aden Cast House Ally Warehouse Project
Activity of Project: CONFINE SPACE
Area: Refinery Ware House Yard Planned Start Date: 20.10.2017 Planned Finish Date: 28.02.2018

In emergency, is anyone trained in first aid? ☐If yes, who? ☐ No EMERGENCY RESPONSE:
Special Job-Related EHS Hazards: Special Job-Related EHS Hazards: Mobile Equipment’s, Noise, Fire Hazards, Excavation, Damaged Underground Utility, Heavy Equipment 013 - 350 9111

Risk Assessment Prepared by Position Signature Phone Date

Majed Alahmari RG Project Manager 0555934333
Mohammed Fouad RG Construction Manager 0569822871
Muhammad Younis Khan RG EHS Manager 0591402786
Mohammed Shafiq ur Rahman RG Project Engineer 0532340695

Reviewed and Approved by Position Signature Phone Date

Muhammad Rafiq Hassan CE&M Project Manager 0500830200
Sidney Navarro Umali CE&M EHS Officer 0551257590

RISK ASSESSMENT PART 1: Identification of Critical 9 Tasks. High Risk Task of the Day or Potential Incident

☐ Work performed above 1.8 meters ☒ Confined Spaces ☒ Mobile Equipment Hazards ☒ Machine Guarding
☐ Work on Roofs ☐ Wet, Icy Slippery Conditions ☐ Lock/Tag/Verification ☐ Molten Metal
☐ High Voltage ☒ Extreme Weather Conditions ☒ Atmospheric Hazards ☒ Congested Area
☐ Burning, Welding, Cutting ☒ Flammable Liquids or Gases ☒ Trenches deeper than 1.2 meters ☒ Communication Issues
☒ Mobile Crane ☒ Heavy Manual Labor ☒ Potential for Rushing ☒ Poor Visibility
RISK ASSESSMENT PART 2: Identification of PPE, Tools, Equipment and Documents Associated With the Job
☒ Safety Boots ☒ Hearing Protection ☒ Hand Tools ☒ Air Compressor ☒ Work Above ☒ Contractor Job Safety Documents
☒ Hard Hat ☒ Dust Respirator ☒ Crow Bar ☒ Portable Ladder ☒ Work Below ☐ MSDS Sheets
☒ Safety Glasses ☐ Chemical respirator ☒ Sledge Hammer ☐ Hand Winch ☒ Safety Fence ☐ LTV Procedures
☐ Dark Safety Glasses ☐ Air-supplied Resp. ☐ Cheater Bar ☐ Electric Winch ☒ Warning Line System ☒ Manufacturer’s Instructions
☐ Goggles ☐ Ventilating Equip. ☐ Electric Tools ☐ Towing Equipment ☒ Barricades ☒ Area Safety Rules
☐ Face Shield ☒ Fire Extinguisher ☒ Extension Cord ☐ Fork Truck ☐ Safety Cones ☒ Hot Work Permit
☐ Heavy Leather Gloves ☐ Fire Blanket ☒ Air Tools ☐ Scissor Lift ☒ Safety Warning Signs ☒ Excavation (Digging) Permit
☒ Light Leather Gloves ☒ Fall Harness/lanyard ☐ Welding Equipment ☐ Aerial Lift ☒ Information Tags ☒ Confined Space Procedures
☒ Cotton Gloves ☐ Rescue Equipment ☐ Angle Grinder ☒ Mobile Crane ☒2 Means of Access in ☒ Confined Space Permit
☐ Chemical Gloves ☐ LTV Isolating device ☐ Bench Grinder ☒ Heavy Truck ☐ ☐ Fall Control Plan
☒ Protective Coveralls ☐ ☐ Gas Burner ☐ Cord Protector ☐ ☐ Roof Access Permit
☐ Special Boots ☐ ☐ Paint ☐ Pressure Washer ☐ ☒ Work Permit
☒ High Viz Clothing ☐ ☐ Chemicals ☐ ☐ ☐

RISK ASSESSMENT PART 3: Critical Work Activity H = High, M = Medium, L = Low, NA = Not Applicable (Mark All Items)

NA Manual Labor H NA Weight (> 20 Kg) M NA Line of Fire H NA Weather H NA Access/Egress M NA Hazardous Materials H

NA Descending M NA Work Above Shoulders L NA Pinch Points M NA Cold M NA Height H NA Toxic Air

NA Hand Tools L NA Awkward Posture M NA Eyes on Path L NA Blowing Sand H NA Depth H NA Hot/Cold Surfaces H

NA Electric Tools L NA Neck Back L NA Eyes on Task M NA Slippery Surfaces NA Climbing M NA Radiant Heat

NA Noise L NA Knees M NA Rushing L NA Heat NA Lowering M NA Lead

NA Vibration M NA Hands, Pinch Grip H NA 3-Point Contact M NA Wind H NA Raising NA Asbestos

NA Dust M NA Bending/Stooping M NA Over Extension NA Lighting L NA NA Caustic Substances

NA High Pressure H NA Twisting H NA Stability, Uneven surface L NA NA NA Coal Tar Pitch

NA NA Repetitive Motion H NA NA NA NA Exposure Assessment

Evaluation Model of Risk Assessment

This model shall be used for evaluation of the risk level of eash step

k Risk
Sl Major Project Steps Potential Hazards Lev EHS Counter measures Leve
Describe Risk in each SPA
.No. Describe in Sequence el Describe procedures to protect from hazards l
Steps Bef After
1.0:Provide safe access and aggress before
start the work
1.1: The Work permit issuer and receiver shall
conduct a joint site inspection to discuss the
hazards and precaution required for conducting
the job safely.
1.2: A tool box meeting shall be conducted
before start the work.
1.3: Designate an assembly area for
emergency evacuation, in case of emergency
Tripping hazards, all the workers will be evacuate to the nearest Safety
1 Site preparation heat weather M assembly point. L
condition 1.4: In case of an emergency all activities shall e
be stopped according to emergency response
1.5:Non-Essential personnel shall be kept clear
from the work area.
1.6: Only authorized and trained person is
allowed for the concern activity.
1.7: Inspect all tools and equipment before use
and remove all defective tools and equipment
from the job site.
1.8:Use Suitable PPE (Hard Hat, Safety Rubber
Gloves, Safety Clear Glasses, Safety gum Shoes
for all the workers.
2.0: A documented Safety Orientation Training shall
Personnel can be provided to all Staff / Supervisors and operatives,
become seriously before mobilizing and starting their assigned task on
injured if adequate site. Topics or subjects of Safety Orientation shall
access is not be in accordance with MA Aluminium Standard.
provided and Safety
Working In Confined 2.1: Supervisors shall ensure that adequate access
2 maintained at all H L Personnel/Representativ
Spaces is provided at all times, and secured to prevent any
times, either through collapse due to emergency evacuation. e
falls or/by prolonged
escape time in the 2.2: Supervisors shall assess each situation
event of an individually and implement a suitable means of
emergency. access / exit (i.e. scaffold, ladders, etc.)

3.1: Manual handling shall be covered in daily TBT

and be implemented on site All Compactors shall
be lifted by crane or equivalent boom truck. Back
hoe shall not be used for any lifting activity

Mobilize tools and 3.2:All hand tools to be in good order. Safety

3 equipment to worksite for . Personal injury M 3.3:Provide good access and egress L Personnel/Representativ
Compaction e
3.4:Good housekeeping to be maintained at all

4.0: Pedestrian safety shall be discussed in daily

TBT Project Manager
. Using Water Tanker and 4.1:All traffic rules and signs should be followed
. Traffic and
4 Roller for transporting M (on site speed limit is 30-km/h according to MA) L Field Operation
compaction soil Supervisor
4.2:Only approved routes shall be used for access
to and egress from the site
4.3:The drivers shall be made aware of the Safety
approved routes Personnel/Representativ
4.3:Trained banks-men with high-visible vests
shall accompany the work activities
4.4:Daily inspection of all the equipment must
done by the driver
4.5:No equipment working nearer than 1.5 times
the excavation depth from the excavation

4.0.1:All drivers shall have valid driving licenses,

all operators shall have 3rd party certifications
4.1.2:The areas where heavy equipment are
Overturning of vehicle working shall be clearly marked on site
/ Crash injuries 4.1.3: Safe access shall be maintained at site for
vehicles and equipment. Use of seatbelts is

4.2.0:Operators shall be made aware of traffic

Speeding H rules and regulations; penalty system shall be L
implemented if required
4.3.0: Use proper PPE for dumping and removal of
soil in order to avoid injury.
. Dumping and 4.3.1:Only trained person is allowed to perform the
Removal of soil can M job safely L
cause body injury 4.3.2:Excavated material shall be placed at least
1.0m away from the excavation

5.0: Use proper hand gloves for hand protection.

Manual Backfilling using Hand injuries, Safety
5 M 5.1:Do not collect soil on the sloped area of the L
shovel excavation collapse Personnel/Representativ
5.2:Do not spray water to the sloped area of

5.1.0:In case of injuries immediate call to MA

certified Nurse/First Aides for treatment.
5.1.1:Key employees shall be made aware of
Emergency Procedures and numbers
5.1.2:Audible reversing alarms shall be installed on
Injuries due to each vehicle
collisions or unstable H L
material 5.1.3:Entry to the excavation area, which shall be
properly barricaded, shall be prevented when
backfilling is in progress
5.1.4:Excavated material shall be stocked at least
1.5-m away from the edge of the excavation
5.1.5:Side slopes of excavations should be stable

6.0:Complete guard rail system shall be provided

to personnel working at heights more than 1. 2 m
(4 ft.), or personnel shall be provided and shall use
a full body harness and shock-absorbing lanyard
attached to a lifeline or substantial anchorage.

Setting up concrete pump 6.1: Concrete or masonry structure shall not be

Fall of materials, Safety
6 (opening up boom pipe and M loaded with construction loads unless supervisor L
serious injury Personnel/Representativ
concrete pouring determines that the structure or portion of the
structure is capable of supporting the load.

6.2: All concrete construction activities shall be

supervised by a competent person who is
knowledgeable of the potential hazards and control
7.0: Access for personnel to carry out work on
Movement of Tripping hazards, Safety
shuttering to be planned. Safe means of access
7 workers/operatives inside heat weather M L Personnel/Representativ
shall be provided at all times in order to prevent
pouring area. condition e
risk of fall from height.
8.1: Washout area for concrete pump shall be
Closing, cleaning & washing
identified to prevent buildup of concrete waste and
concrete pump,
shall be in accordance with MA Procedure.
Cleaning & washing transit Personal injury, fall
8 mixer hazards, slip/tripping H L
8.2: Implementation of MA procedure: Personnel/Representativ
Housekeeping & removal hazards
Housekeeping & Material Handling. Ensure the e
of, debris/rubbish on the
sanitation standard as per MA: Contractor Safety
pouring area.
Administrative Requirement.
9.0: Third party crane inspections.

9.1:Daily crane checks and Competent riggers is

necessary to present at the job site.
Unloading rebar from
. Falling or dropped 9.2: Quarterly and Daily inspection of rigging gear Safety
9 delivery truck with crane to H L
loads. and equipment. Supervisor/foreman shall ensure Personnel/Representativ
rebar stock area.
that the TBT is properly executed at the work front e
and hazards discussed.
9.3: Ensure daily check is performed prior to each

9.1.0: SWL shall be properly displayed.

Over turning of
H 9.1.1: Qualified and 3rd party certified operators. L
9.1.2:Set up crane on solid level ground
9.2.0: All the rigger must be competent according to
MA Standard and the Rigging supervisor to monitor
Improper rigging. H rigger performance. L
9.2.1: Third party certified for the crane is must.

Worker struck by 9.2.0: Barricade and secured area and install safety
suspended or H sign boards. L
swinging load. 9.2.1: Use tag lines to control load.
9.2.3: No one is allowed to pass under and the
suspended load.
9.2.4:"DO NOT" lift load over people.

1.0: Wear approved PPE, safety glasses, safety Safety

Measuring and cutting rebar Hand and finger
10 H helmet, safety foot wear, appropriate properly fitting L Personnel/Representativ
to length. injuries
gloves and Nomex coveralls. e
10.1.0: Approved quality hand gloves, available in a
Manual handling of
M full range of sizes to ensure proper fit to maintain L
10.2.0: Competent operators, trained on the
machine they operate.
10.2.1: Ensure that the guards are properly installed
Rebar cutting and are being used.
machine can cause H 10.2.2: Dead-man switch and Emergency shutdown L
body injury should be operable.
10.2.3: Post near machine the manufacturers safe
operating procedures in the appropriate languages
of the operator in English.
11.0:Worker to wear appropriate gloves to avoid
Transferring cut rebars from hand injury
11 cutting machine to rebar Manual handling M 11.1: Break the load into manageable portions. L Safety
bending machine. 11.2: Lift with your legs not your back.
11.3: Use the buddy system, “Get help”.
11.1.0: Adequate stacking of materials.
Debris causing slip 11.1.1: Regular housekeeping practices and
trips and falls. removal of trash and unnecessary items shall made.
11.1.2:Maintain access and walk paths
12.0: Follow manufacturer’s recommendations for
properly and safely setting up rebar bending
Setting up rebar bending machine.
Hand and finger Safety
12 machine to perform desired H 12.1: Control of hazardous energy, “De-energize L
injuries Personnel/Representativ
bend. equipment" before making adjustments to moving
12.2: Wear approved hand gloves for the task.
Install stops on the edge of workbench.
Approved hand gloves, available in a full range of
sizes to ensure proper fit to maintain dexterity.
Measuring and
M Follow manufacturers recommendations for L
bending rebar.
operating and adjusting machine for rebar size.
Competent and properly trained operator.
Keep away hand & finger from moving parts
Unauthorized people Barricade and secure area and post safety sign
in rebar bending area M boards “Authorized Employees Only”. L
or radius. Restricted area training.
Competent and properly trained operator.
Follow manufacturers recommendations for
Improper use of rebar operating and adjusting machine for rebar size.
bending machine. Post near machine the manufacturers safe
operating procedures in the appropriate languages
of the operator in English.
Use proper tie wire techniques.
Use of tie-wire Wear approved PPE, safety glasses, safety helmet
Assembly of re-enforcement Safety
causing hand, face or H and safety foot wear. L
bars. Personnel/Representativ
eye injury Appropriate hand tools.
Appropriate hand gloves
Dropped or collapse Use approved stands to support re-enforced rebar
of bar structure or M load. L
stand Visually inspect daily support stands.
Ensure that guards are kept in place and not
Use of hand held
Surface preparation for power tool, grinding Safety
M Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Long hair L
construction joints. buffing and air Personnel/Representativ
shall be pulled back and kept from dangling.
compressor. e
PPE (hearing protection as appropriate).
GFCI and using the correct operating voltage.
Electrocution and Competent personnel.
burns Equipment inspections performed by competent
personnel and has CTJV inspection sticker.
All work is to be completed with approved PPE, Safety
Use of hand and
Install form works. M including safety glasses with side shields, safety L Personnel/Representativ
power tools.
helmet, coveralls and steel toe footwear and gloves. e
Provision for lifting aids when practical.
Break the load into manageable portions.
Handling shutters Lift with your legs not your back.
(Back injury). Use the buddy system, “Get help”.
Provide pictorial sign boards with correct lifting
Adequate stacking of materials.
Debris and materials
Regular housekeeping practices and removal of
causing slip, trips and M L
trash and unnecessary items.
Maintain access and walk paths
Use approved ladder i.e. scaffold material to gain
height advantage. Safety
Pour concrete Fall hazards. H Work from ground level or use approved platform. L Personnel/Representativ
Ensure that all employees working at height are e
properly trained.
All work is to be completed with approved PPE,
including safety glasses with side shields, safety
Use of hand held helmet, coveralls and steel toe footwear and gloves.
power tools, vibrator. Ensure that all employees are properly trained to
use the assigned tools.
Intrinsically safe electrical equipment
GFCI and using the correct operating voltage.
Competent personnel Shall be provide.
Electrocution and
H Don’t touch electrically live parts with skin or wet L
Ensure good electrical connection.
Inspection and color-coding of power tools monthly
with a visual inspection prior to each use. Ensure all
M sub-standard equipment should be removing from L
site and tag as unsafe.
Daily operator inspection of vehicle and associate
pump equipment.
Competent operator trained on the equipment in
Concrete pump truck which he operates.
boom malfunctioning. Visual inspection of boom prior to each use.
Ensure whıp check ıs ınstalled. Supervisor/foreman
shall ensure that the HIP/TBT is properly executed
at the work front and hazards discussed.
Approved PPE including face shield by employees
working is close proximity of concrete pour.
Concrete splash. Competent personnel are only to be allowed.
(Eye injury). MSDS communicated.
Eye wash available.
Nomex coveralls.

Wearing of approved coveralls and gloves, with the

Skin injury. H L
hose man wearing additional non-permeable suit.

Foot injury. H Rubber type steel toed footwear L

Use of plastic, spread on the ground to contain
Concrete waste. H waste. Operator to properly control pump boom L
movement. Workout set approved area.
Formwork may strike Single/Multi Proper PPE shall be worn. Personnel shall not be
allowed to Safety
personnel ple M L Personnel/Representativ
down below while de- Minor/Major Work below. Lower down hand to hand using rope
shuttering Injury to drop
Only competent person shall be assigned for the
Sleep, Trip and Fall job. The entire person shall be in proper PPE.
Damage to skin due Material Safety Data Sheet and Control of
Coating of bitumen to long Exposure Substances Hazardous to Health Shall always be
Damage to Eye due H available and visible to the job site. L Safety
Concrete to Splashes Personnel/Representativ
The hazardous material to be used shall be in
Spillage of Bitumen accordance with the Ma’aden Aluminium Standard. e
Chemical Burn Workers assigned on the task shall wear the
appropriate PPE's (Respiratory protection, Body
protection, Hand Protection, Eye protection) and
shall be in accordance with MA Aluminium/ANSI
Provide standard ear plugs or other suitable hearing
Hearing protection approach .
loss,Stress,Fatigue Provide Safety Signage at operation area
Consider maximum level of noise at 80 dB in operation
Noise Horseplay, Poor area for 8 hour duty.
communication Elimination of noise sources.
Substitution of quieter plant or processes, or use of
Poor signals engineering measures.

Make Daily housekeeping

Segregation of waste and
Proper disposal of waste as per MA Requirements.
Proper utilization of material Items should be stored
correctly with no parts protruding onto walkways. Tools
Fire ,Slip trip fall ,Sharp should have in designated areas.
Housekeeping edges Storage and bins for waste should be readily available Safety
Loss of material ,Injury, and be easy to empty. Personnel/Representativ
ill health Structured programs according to MA Standard that e
focus on organization, cleanliness and
Standardization can be introduced to the workplace to
assist with this.
Cleanliness should be maintained in proper way.

Supervisors shall ensure that suitable

emergency procedures have been
Inadequate implemented such as practiced escape,
emergency firefighting equipment and/or emergency
first aid requirements. Safety
Emergency Evacuation evacuation can result H
Supervisors shall ensure that all personnel L
in serious injury to Personnel/Representativ
are aware of any procedures. Practice drills e
personnel. shall be utilized to ensure that emergency
procedures are adequate.



PI :
Name Position Signature Date Phone
1 Muhammad Rafiq Ul Hassan CE & P Project Manager
EE& M Operational
2 Ibrahim Zabani 0555738765
Central EHS Senior
3 Shabeer Ali 0507244793
Safety Engineer
4 Shami A Al Shammary CE & P Area Manager 050083200

5 Sidney Navarro Umaali CE & P EHS Officer 0551257590







No. Name Position Signature Date Phone

1 Majed Alahmari RG Project Manager 0555934333

2 Muhammad Fouad RG Project Manager 0569822871

3 Muhammad Younis Khan RG HSE Manager 0591402786

Sami A Al Shammary CE&M Area Manager 0500830200

Sidney Navarro Umali CE&M HSE Officer 0551257590