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HSE-SAF-SFM-00-0018

Job Safety Analysis


Lifting, setting PC foundation and concreting Q-Chem I Pipe Rack Extension
Work Activity (Job): Date:

Work Team:

JSA Prepared by (Facilitator): ____________ JSA Location:

Critical Questions: Supervisor Approval:


Is a site visit to the job location required?
Is everyone ready and capable to work?
Has the potential for a spill or exposure been addressed?NA
Has the worst case been discussed?

Sequence of Basic Job Steps Potential Incidents or Hazards Ways to Eliminate or Reduce Potential Hazards
Equipment Delivery  Uncertified operator  Operators and drivers must have Qatar
 Delivery of 45 toner crane.  Miscommunication between driver and spotter. registered licensed.
 Delivery of pc foundation.  Heavy traffic during delivery.  Traffic route determine to use road A and road
 Delivery of truck mixer.  Equipments unfit to travel. 5, used road pave only.
 Delivery of pump car  Road obstruction during delivery.  Drivers must be familiar first the route and
 Delivery of boom truck  Drivers unaware of Q chem. 1 traffic rules. policies inside the compound.
 Delivery of loader  Possible damage of underground cable and fire water line  Inform the Q chem. 1 Fire Safety Specialist
 Delivery of plate compactor upon entering the project area. for any road blocked.
 Delivery of Field Density Test apparatus.  Equipment possible fire ignition.  Provision of concrete/steel plate for
underground cable and fire water pipe
protection.
 Provision of spotters to guide during delivery
of equipment.
 Equipments should be checked before
delivery.
 All equipment must have portable fire
extinguisher.

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Excavation :  Error in establishing foundation corners.  Foundation corners must be checked by


 Clearing unnecessary materials.  Inadequate excavation setback from the qualified surveyor.
 Lay-out the foundation. foundation line.  Detector scanning of the area to determine
 Provide adequate setback.  Overhead and under head obstruction during existing pipe lines.
 Barricade the area. Track excavator movement.  Provision of 250 mm thick R C concrete
 Identify & mark existing pipe lines.  Possible collapsed of foundation pit during pavement, for buried pipe protection, use as
 Provide ingress/egress excavation thereby exposing buried existing pipe. access of tract excavator & other heavy
 Provide warning sign.  Miscommunication between operator and spotter. equipment for delivery of materials.
 Paving with concrete the access of heavy  Possible damage to the nearest existing pipeline  Operator and spotter must be experience and
equipment where there are existing of the foundation pit. certified.
pipelines.  No adequate safety ingress/egress in case of  Undertake a trial excavation if necessary to
emergency. be sure no existing pipe line within the area.
 No adequate barricade & warning sign.  Excavation must have setback of 1000mm
 No proper protection of existing buried pipe lines. from foundation outermost line to anticipate
cave-in.
 Excavation pit must be slope outward at an
angle of repose from bottom edge to natural
ground level where no buried pipe lines exist.
 Where buried pipe lines exist manual
excavation must be done using flat shovel.
 Minimize excavation pit area for manual
excavation & provide shoring.
 Spoiled materials must be filed nearby on

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vacant area and covered by 3 micron thick


polyethylene sheets, to be used later as
backfill material.
 Tool box meeting must be conducted before
excavation start.
 Provide safe ingress/egress for foundation pit
beyond 1200mm depth & assign hole watch.

Compaction:
 Water spraying to facilitate the  Entry of water truck.  Truck will not enter the work area. It will be parked at
compaction. the road, out side the barricaded area.

 Follow buddy system and proper body ergonomics.


 Compaction using light compact  Possible back injury while laying the machine down in  Use ropes to secure the machine and let it down
machine. the pit. slowly in the pit.

Formworks and concreting:

 Workers exposed to heat/cold stress.  Provide drinking water in designated location.


 Possible skin peel -off when concreting due to  Workers provided with coffee/tea during cold
 Layout the lean concrete of chemicals composition of concrete. weather condition.
isolated footing & concreting.  Possible skin scratch /bruises due to exposed  Concrete workers provided with rubber
 Formwork, rebar works & sharp nails & protruding object. gloves, apron, and gum boots during
concreting of footing over 3.0m x  Workers exposed to noise pollution. concreting and basic PPE protection.
3.0 x 0.60 dimensions.  All protruding object, unnecessary nails must
 Concreting of elevated be removed immediately.
structures.  All workers must be provided with air plug.
 Backfilling spoiled materials  Observe proper housekeeping for usable and

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non-usable materials.
 Provide garbage can for refuse materials.
 Provide shelter for workers break time.

Lifting of pre cast foundation:  Craned not properly anchor at a hard ground  All riggers and operators must be certified.
surface.  Provision of 25mm steel plate for
 Setting of pc foundation to pc hole.  Substandard/defective lifting equipments, underground cable protection.
shackles, and slings.  Before lifting works starts there should be an
 Overhead and under head obstruction during inspection of all lifting equipment and also
lifting. daily inspection must be done.
 Possible collapsed of foundation pit during setting  Lifting procedure/method of statement should
of pre cast foundation. be follow.
 Possible damage of the nearest existing pipeline  Critical lift permit should be secure for lifting a
of the foundation pit. high level risk.
 Permits should be obtained from Q chem.1
and countersigned by logistics when at work
at in their respective area. Reflective vest
applied.
 Tool box talk must be conducted to discuss
the procedure before lifting.
 Crane must be 85% safe working load.
 Crane must be anchor on a hard surface to
maintain stability and its level.
 Pre lift dry run should be performed if there's
any critical lift.

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Formworks and concreting:

 Setting of anchor bolt  Workers exposed to heat/cold stress.  Enough drinking water must be provided
 Installation of forms  Possible skin peel -off when concreting due to  Workers provided with coffee/tea during cold
 Concreting of pedestal chemicals composition of concrete. weather condition.
 Possible skin scratch /bruises due to exposed  Concrete workers provided with rubber gloves
sharp nails. during concreting.
 Workers exposed to noise pollution.  All protruding unnecessary nails must be
removed immediately.
 All workers must be provided with air plug.

Application of flex Crete:

 Roughening of the  Equipment possible fire ignition. (Generator)  Equipments should be checked before
pedestals/foundations/girders using delivery.
grinder run by diesel generator.
 Equipments should be checked before
starting daily.

 All equipment must have portable fire


extinguisher.

 Contact with hot surfaces.(Generator)  Proper barricading.

 Work crew exposed to the risk of falling small concrete  Use face shield.
pieces piercing in the eyes or face or any part of the

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body, or inhaling concrete dust while using the grinder.  Use of disposable coveralls.
 Leather gloves.
 Dust mask.
 Area will be barricaded.
 Persons not related with the job will not be
 Noisy area. allowed near by.

 Use ear plugs.

 Work crew exposed to the risk of coming in contact


with flex Crete while preparation and application.
 Use rubber gloves, disposable coveralls, dust
mask and face shield.
 Mixer will be switched off before removing
from the mixing container.
 Follow buddy system, while handling.

Safety and Security  Tools and equipments should be locked up or


 Tools and Equipments removed at shift ends
 Personnel Control  Q-Chem. I security regulations to be followed
 No cell phones allowed in the plant area
 Q-Chem I traffic laws should be followed
 No removal of items without gate pass
 No smoking in the plant
 Workers are only authorised to be job site
only.

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Safety equipment required to do this job:

Hazard Specific Additional PPE Hazard Specific Additional PPE Other Considerations
Chemical Suit ___________________ Breathing Air __________________ Barricades ___________________
Disposable Coveralls ___________________ Respirator __________________ Fire Extinguisher ___________________
Protective Clothing _Long Sleeved______ Dust Mask __________________ MSDS ___________________
Special Gloves ___________________ Safety Harness __________________ Isolation ___________________
Fire-retardant clothing ___________________ Fall Arrest Device __________________ PTW ___________________

Rubber boots ___________________

Face shield ___Or Face Cover____

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Job Safety Analysis Form (cont’d)

NOTE: These are in addition to the “Critical Questions” listed on the front of the JSA form.

 Are you qualified to facilitate the JSA for this work?

 Is the JSA Facilitator from the department responsible for completing the work?

 Have you done this job before?

 Have the right people participated in creating the JSA?

 Did you conduct the JSA at the job location?

 Has the JSA been reviewed by others who are knowledgeable about the work?

 Has the JSA been reviewed and upgraded / revalidated at the work site for current conditions?

 Have you included a step that includes a post-job critique and JSA upgrade for future use?

 Have you communicated with others who might be affected by the work, e.g., Production?

 Do you have the necessary resources to do the work, e.g., equipment, right tools, manpower, qualified people and proper PPE?

 Do you need detailed work procedures or vendor technical information for this job?

 Do you have all the necessary work permits to do the work?

 Have you considered potential human-factors in the JSA, e.g., body position, noise, heat and cold?

 Is now the right time to be doing the work?

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