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Appendix A

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Likelihood Descriptors
Consequence

Catastrophic Major Moderate Minor Negligible


(5) (4) (3) (2) (1)
Almost Certain 25 20 15 10 5
(5) HIGH HIGH HIGH MEDIUM LOW
Likelihood

Highly Likely 20 16 12 8 4
(4) HIGH HIGH MEDIUM LOW LOW
Likely 15 12 9 6 3
(3) HIGH MEDIUM LOW LOW LOW
Unlikely 10 8 6 4 2
(2) MEDIUM LOW LOW LOW LOW
Highly Unlikely 5 4 3 2 1
(1) LOW LOW LOW LOW LOW

Risk Level Management Action


HIGH Immediately inform management
Communicate the risk to relevant work group members
Take immediate action to reduce the risk to acceptable level
Undertake further analysis of risks, if required
Stop work until the risk is not reduced to acceptable level
MEDIUM Inform relevant manager or supervisor
Communicate the risk to relevant workgroup members
Take action to reduce the risk to acceptable level before commencing work
Monitor the risk to ensure that it does not transform to a higher level
LOW Communicate the risk to relevant workgroup members
Monitor the risk to ensure that it does not transform to a higher risk
Consequence Health and Safety Environmental Security

Catastrophic Fatality Major environmental damage with potential for litigation, Rioting in labour camp or worksite causing fatality or
media coverage or community outcry multiple major injury
Theft or vandalism causing company loss over QAR
1M
Major Injury or illness with potential for permanent disability Significant environmental damage with one or more Theft or vandalism causing company loss of over QAR
or long-term hospitalization (over 3 months) irreversible impact on the local environment or ecosystem 500,000 but less that QAR 1M
Physical assault causing major injury
Moderate Injury or illness requiring medical treatment but no Environmental impact requiring reasonable mitigation Theft or vandalism causing company loss of over QAR
potential for LTI measures but no adverse effect on the local environment 100,000 but less than QAR 500,000
or ecosystem Physical assault causing injury that would require
medical treatment
Minor Injury or illness requiring first aid Environmental impact requiring minor or no mitigation Theft or vandalism causing company loss of over QAR
measure and no adverse effect on the local environment 10, 000 but less than QAR 100,000
or ecosystem Assault without any injury
Workplace harassment and bullying
Negligible Injury or illness requiring no first aid or medical Negligible or untraceable impact requiring no mitigation Theft or vandalism causing company loss below QAR
treatment (e.g. muscle cramp, minor scratches, 10,000
abrasion, headache etc) Violation of site access and other security rules.

Likelihood Description
Almost Certain Often occurred within the company in similar situation or condition
Highly Likely Often occurred within the industry and sometimes occurred within the company in similar situation or condition

Likely Sometimes occurred within the industry in similar situation or condition


Unlikely Sometimes occurred in other industries but rarely occurred in the construction industry in similar situation or condition
Highly Unlikely Never occurred in the industry or within the company in similar situation or condition

Consequence
The nature and severity of the harm that can be caused by a hazard
Likelihood
The possibility or probability of the hazard to cause the harm
Risk
A combination of the consequence (C) and likelihood (L) (R = C x L)
Existing Control
Any risk control measure already in place at the time of hazard identification and risk
Assessment
Residual Risk
The level of risk exposure after the implementation of risk control measures
(R = C x L)
Health and Safety Risk Assessment Worksheet

Project Title DESIGN AND BUILD OF LIGHT INDUSTRIAL & LOGISTICS UNITS LOCATED AT UM ALHOUL SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE

Client MANATEQ

Location UM ALHOUL QEZ-3 ECONOMIC ZONES

Scope TOUCH-UP PAINT FOR STEEL STRUCTURE

R/A Date 19th November 2017 Review date 19th May 2018

R/A Number EZ03-QBEC-CIV-RAS-000020- Rev-02

R/A Undertaken by O.Balakrishnan ( HSE Manager )

Who might Risk Assessment Residual Risk Level


S.I Activity Hazards be harmed Proposed Control Measures Action by
Task Identified Consequ Likeliho Risk Conse Likeliho Risk
No. and how?
ence od Score quenc od Score
e
Use right tools for the task.
Check the tools before performing the
task.
Sharp surfaces Dont use damaged tools
Lack of Hand Injury,,cuts ,
crushing injury
Follow the manufacture instruction.
knowledge
Operatives
Defective tools should be identified and Construction Manager
Absent
Use of Hand and other site removed from the site. Site Engineer /
1 mindedness 3 4 12 3 1 3
tools
Damaged hand personnel / Keep the cutting tools sharp. Supervisor (before the
activity)
tools Workers Dont keep sharp hand tools on
Flying particles pockets.
Proper supervision required.
Trained and experienced person shall
perform the task.
Use adequate PPEs. (Eye Protection)
Only 110 V power tools to be used
TBT and JHA to be conducted
Cable joints shall be with industrial
sockets
Trailing cables should not be in path
Hand Injury,,cuts , Electric tools should either be earthed
Electricity Entanglement, and double insulated Construction Manager
Moving parts crushing injury
Equipment should be repaired by
Sharp surfaces Operatives competent person Site Engineer /
2 Use of Power 4 4 16 4 1 4
Entanglement and other site Supervisor
tools Provision of RCD (before the
Damaged power personnel /
tools Workers The power tools should be inspected activity)
quarterly and provided colour coding
tag after inspection.
Equipment should be visually inspected
before use and also for quarterly
inspection colour coding tag.
Use of task specific / speed rated discs
Use adequate PPEs. (Eye Protection)
Ensure equipment is operated and
maintained in accordance with
manufacturers instructions
Physical check of hose condition
prior to start of the work
High MSDS AND COSHH assessment
Pressure Bodily injuries, Noise shall be followed
Noise Induced

Deafness, Inhalation Ensure Relief valve is in working
Exposure to (respiratory condition prior to the start of work Construction Manager
dust problems),
Dry Blast Poor Asphyxiation Ensure equipment is not directed Site Engineer /
3 Operatives 4 4 16 at people or animals. 4 2 8 Supervisor
Cleaning Communication
Adjacent and other site The equipment shall include a (before the
activities and personnel / functional dead man switch. activity)
workers Workers Ensure equipment is serviced on
a regular basis in accordance with
manufacturers operating instructions
Ensure blasting pot is tested and
holds valid certificate.
Release pressure before
disconnecting hose
Proper supervision required.
Ensure that the operatives are
medically and physically fit for the task
Calibration of the pressure gauge on
blasting pot to be ensured.
Trained and experienced person shall
perform the task.
Operator should hold a valid third party
certificate.
TBT and JHA shall be conducted
before start of the task.
Use appropriate PPEs(Air fed blast
hood , Leather gloves, abrasive blast
suit, safety shoe )

MSDS AND COSHH assessment shall


be followed
Manufacturer instruction shall be
followed
COSHH material shall be stored in
COSHH room
Skin and eye Required quantity of material only shall
Spillage be used or kept in the work area
Irritation/burns. Lungs
Fire Construction Manager
Inhalation
disease/Health
Effects,
Waste material shall be dumped in
Use of Paints Ingestion Operatives hazardous waste storage area. Site Engineer /
4 4 4 16 TBT and JHA shall be conducted 4 1 4 Supervisor
and solvents Environment and other site
impacts personnel / before start of the task. (before the
Allergy Workers Medical Surveillance / medical fitness activity)
Splashing of workers shall be checked
periodically.
Fire extinguisher shall be kept near the
storage area
Use appropriate PPEs( such as safety
helmet , dust musk , safety goggles,
safety shoe , rubber hand gloves, hi-vi
vest)
Work at height permit shall be obtained
from the HSE department before
performing the task.
Tool box talk shall be carried out before
start of the task
Working area shall be barricaded and
signages shall be posted
Ensure that the operatives are
medically and physically fit for the task
Work at height procedure shall be
followed
Proper tagging of the scaffolds shall be
done.
Fall of person
Fall of material
A competent scaffolding supervisor /
Major injuries, scaffolding inspector with valid third
from height Fracture party certification shall ensure
Slippage of foot Operatives inspection and tagging of the scaffolds Construction Manager
Working at Physically unfit and other site
Three point contact shall be maintained Site Engineer /
5 height Slippery foot personnel / 4 4 16 4 1 4
while accessing and descending from Supervisor (before the
(scaffolding) while climbing Workers
ladder activity)
Absent
mindedness Proper supervision required
Heavy wind Trained and experienced person shall
perform the task
Full body harness shall worn while
performing the task with 100% tie off
Monitor windspeed and suspend
activity during heavy wind.
Use adequate necessary PPEs such as
safety helmet, dust musk, safety
goggles, safety shoes, leather hand
gloves, Hi-Vi vest,etc
Work at height (manlift) permit shall be
obtained from the HSE department
before performing the task.
Tool box talk shall be carried out before
task of the task
Ensure equipment is operated and
maintained in accordance with
manufacturers instructions
The equipment shall hold valid third
party inspection certificate.
The operator shall hold valid third party
certificate.
Equipment shall be inspected prior to
start of work.
Fall of person
Fall of material Working area shall be barricade and
Physically unfit signages shall be posted
Major injuries,
Absent Fracture, Ensure that the operatives are
mindedness Electrocution, medically and physically fit for the task
Heavy wind Property damage,

Crushing Materials shall not accumulate on the Construction
Contact with platform
Working at Operatives Manager / Site
6 electrical cables 4 4 16 4 1 4
height ( Manlift )
Overturning
and other site Identify cables prior to start of work and Engineer/
personnel / keep away from the cables. Supervision Team
Collision with
Workers Manlift to be used in a firm and level
other vehicles /
equipment ground
Collision with Plan the work and safe route after
Personnel inspecting the area.
Proper supervision required
Trained and experienced person shall
perform the task
Full body harness shall worn while
performing the task with 100% tie off.
Monitor windspeed and suspend
activity during heavy wind.
Use adequate necessary PPEs such as
safety helmet, dust musk, safety
goggles, safety shoe, leather hand
gloves, Hi-Vi vest, etc
Clear the area after the completion of
the task.
Dont leave any material on the work
area after performing the task.
Major minor injuries , Supervisor should ensure that every
Slips, Trips and back injury material is kept in its designated place.
Construction Manager
Falls Operatives Access / Egress should be always kept
and other site Site Engineer /
7 Housekeeping Minor / Major 3 3 9 clear and free from materials. 3 1 3
personnel / Supervisor (before the
Injuries Proper cable / hose management activity)
Fire Workers should be ensured.
Fire extinguisher should be placed
nearby
Supervisor shall ensure all the time that
the work area shall be cleared
Use appropriate PPEs

8
Work Activities All workers shall be stopped during the Project
with exposure to Illness ,skin burns, extreme weather condition Manager
high temperature/ vomiting, head
high humidity ache, collapse, Regular interval to be provided for Construction
workers in hot session Manager
conditions (Heat High heat stress blood pressure,
Stress) Index irritation Heat stress Index/ emergency plan to
Operatives be monitored and implemented during
and other site working in extreme weather condition
personnel / Drink water more frequently and add
Workers ORS for lost minerals and salt.
4 3 12 Supervisor need to Keep a sharp eye 2 2 4
on heat related illness on fellow
workers.
Proper meal and take proper rest
during break time. Summer factor
awareness.
First Aid responders should be
available, and an emergency response
plan should be in place.
Trainings related to heat stress to make
awareness among workers.
Provide adequate medical attention to
To provide the lighting meeting the Construction Manager /
QCS- 14, Section 11, 1.5.3 Site Engineer/
Recommended levels for site lighting Supervision Team
which are given below
Security 5/30Lux
Movement and handling of
peoples, Machine and vehicles,
Handling of materials 20 LUX
Supervisor, Store & stockyard 30 Lux
9 Night shift work Vehicle movement
Foreman and
4 4 16 Site entrance General access, 4 1 4
site workers vehicle and pedestrian 30 LUX
General work area 50LUX
Reinforcing concreting, shattering
erecting 100 LUX
Fine craft work all work with Power
tools Painting Electrical 300 LUX
Site hunts Rest room, Toilet 150
LUX
Site office 500 LUX
Supervisor, To check
Emergency Lighting 5 level
the illumination to 70as
LUX
per
Construction Manager /
Low visibility Foreman and requirement by Lux meter from
4 4 16 4 1 4 Site Engineer/
site workers competent person Supervision Team

The Object of area lighting should be


to produce and overall level
illumination, Sufficient for workmen
Supervisor, and vehicle to move safely. Every part
Man Machine Construction Manager /
Foreman and of the area should receive light from
interface 4 4 16 4 1 4 Site Engineer/
site workers the least two directions to avoid Supervision Team
dangerous, dense shadows
Pedestrian walkways should be kept
clear and illumination. High visibility
Supervisor, Excavation to be barrier off with
Open excavated warning signs and lighting to be Construction Manager /
Foreman and
area /edge 4 4 16 arrange. Tower light to be increased 4 1 6 Site Engineer/
site workers Supervision Team
and regular maintenance to be ensure
Supervisor, HSE
Workers New to Foreman and Site induction/ TBT to be performed
4 4 16 4 1 4 Representative
Night works site workers regarding lighting and night works
/ Site
Supervisor
Supervisor, All moving part of machinery need to Construction
Pinch points Foreman and 4 4 16 be covered as per required guard 4 1 4 Manager / Site
site workers Engineer/
Supervision Team

Unwanted projected objects must be


Supervisor, removed from the site or separate from Construction
Foreman and the movement area. Manager / Site
Protruding nails 4 4 16 4 1 4
site workers Denailing to be done for all used and Engineer/
waste plywood materials Supervision Team

Work area to be fenced off and secured Construction


Manager / Site
Continues supervision to be done by Engineer/
security personal and supervisor Supervision Team
Supervisor,
Movement of works
Foreman and Used emergency contact number in
man outside the 4 4 16 case of an emergency (55219535) 4 1 4
site workers
work area in dark
Appropriate facilities should be
provided together with break periods to
allow the worker to rest, refresh
themselves and regain alertness.
10
Environment. Contamination n of Supervisor. 3 3 9 Always keep workplace and premise 3 1 3
soil that will harm Foreman and neet clean and tidy
environment if the workers
spillage is in big
Arrange all materials in a proper Construction
manner Manager / Site
amounts Engineer/
Materials should be stored in a proper
Supervision Team
manner
Inspection prior to commence of the
activity to be conduct by respective
supervisor
Notifying supervisor if there are
dangerous animals sighting.
Evacuate the area immediately without
causing Panic
Never work alone
Ensure there is enough supervision to
facilitate communication between
workers and promote appropriate
behavior and rational decision making
Adequate lighting should be install in
the area of work
Avoid threatening the animals or
insects as these may aggravate the
situation
Name: Amal Sarath Reviewed by: Name: Aravindghosh Approved by: Name: O. Balakrishnan
Prepared By: HSE Engineer Dy. HSE Manager HSE Manager
Sign/ Date: Sign/ Date: Sign/ Date:

Fire and Emergency Evacuation Plan (FEEP)

During the activity all staff must be aware of the FEEP for that activity. In the event of an injury during this task the HSE Officer shall ensure
that first aid treatment is available for the activity. The casualty shall be treated at the scene in the first instance. Should further treatment be required the
closest vehicle to the scene of the incident shall be deemed the FEEP vehicle to take the injured to the QBEC clinic for further treatment.
In the unlikely event that somebody is struck by debris or the trencher itself the casualty shall not be moved at all unless there is an immediate threat
to life by the location they are in or by the nature of the injuries sustained. QBEC emergency no: 55219535 ambulance shall immediately be called to the
scene; in the meantime the Primary First Aider 33658361 shall ensure the stability of the casualty.
In the event of a fire during the activity then the fire extinguishers at the scene should be used to tackle the blaze if possible, all un required staff
should be evacuated from the location to a pre agreed location at the start of the activity.
Civil Defense fire service should be called immediately to assist. All engines and electrical sources should be switched off and isolated.
During in any FEEP all other activities in the area shall immediately be stopped until advised otherwise by the Senior Staff at the scene.
Once the FEEP has been activated and the immediate threat is controlled the Project Management must be informed of the incident or accident.
The scene should be sealed, either by staff or barriers if possible to ensure that his area remains the same for photographs and other investigation
steps that may be required. Depending on the nature and severity of the incident the Police may be required to attend the scene and to carry out their own
investigation.
For investigation purposes all people who were involved in the activity are to identify themselves to the HSE Officer to assist in the investigation.
All staff involved in the activity must be aware of this FEEP prior to the start of work.

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