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ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS

CONCRETE TABLE, SIDEWALK, AND RAMP INSTALLATION


PRINCIPAL STEPS

POTENTIAL HAZARDS

RECOMMENDED CONTROLS

1. Installing concrete tables


and bases
a. loading and transporting
and unloading materials

1. Broken material

1. Inspect for condition of items.

2. Employee injury

1. Inspect slings for wear and tear.

3. Hand, face, foot injury

1. Place cribbing between each section


for ease of unhooking and to keep pinch
points to a minimum.
2. Wear hand protection, eye and foot
protection.

b. placement of materials

2. Placing form for concrete


sidewalks and ramps
a.
preparing forms
b.
installing forms

1. Loss of materials

1. Distribute, check and secure load.

2. Traffic hazards

1. Inspect vehicle, wench and cable for


safe operation.

3. Back strain

1. Use proper lifting procedures.


2. Do not set alone-use a helper.

4. Tripping

1. Apply housekeeping rules.

5. Falling materials

1. Secure base by using horizontal and


cross braces.

1. Access areas to/from work area

1. Clear debris from walkways.

2. Back strain

1. Long and heavy formsuse helpers


for moving and setting.

3. Loss of forms-personnel safety

1. Use horizontal and vertical bracing


when required.

4. Tripping and/or falling

1. Keep areas neat and orderly.


2. Keep materials stacked.

5. Hand and body injury

1. Replace unserviceable tools-use


correct tools for the job.

6. Electrical shock

1. Inspect and test equipment and cords.

7. Eye and face injury due to flying


wood chips and nails

1. Wear eye and face protection.

8. Head injury

1. Wear head protection.

9. Hand injury

1. Wear hand protection.

3. Repair broken concrete


tables
a.
replacing broken
bench or top
b.
placing new concrete
if needed
c.
transporting repair
materials

1. Material in eyes

1. Wear eye protection equipment.

2. Pinch point

1. Wear safety toe boots.


2. Wear work gloves.
3. Signal persons shall be in full view of
equipment operator.
4. Material shall no be stacked higher
than 20 feet or as less as practical.
5. Material will not be moved over or
suspended above personnel.
6. Person shall not go over, under,
behind, or between operating equipment.
7. Tools, equipment, and material shall
be placed in their proper storage places to
insure displacement or falling is
adequately secured.
8. Person must stand clear of sides of
materials when being untied for
unloading.

3. Back strain

1. Use proper lifting techniques.

4. Laceration, cut, or abrasion to skin

1. Inspect work area and equipment for


hazardous conditions and correct before
continuing work.
2. Wear proper clothing and safety
equipment (gloves, boots, hard hat).
3. Create awareness through active
safety program.
4. Instruction in first aid treatment.

5. Losing load

1. Do not overload capacity of vehicle.


2. Drivers of trucks and similar vehicles
shall leave the cab while a vehicle is
being loaded.
3. No vehicle shall be loaded so as to
obscure the drivers view ahead or to
either side or to interfere with the safe
operation of such vehicle.
4. No part of the load shall extend
beyond the rear or sides of the vehicle
except under unavoidable circumstances
when such loading is necessary.
5. The load on every vehicle shall be
distributed, chocked, tied down, or
secured.