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HSE Risk Assessment:

Site Development
Risk * Ranking (Letter &
Consequence (Severity

Probability (Frequency

Residual Risk (After


Controls in place)
Rating – number)

Number)
– Letter)

Hazard Effect (if


Control Measures (PPE / Procedures etc.)
TASK the hazard is
released)

EXCAVATION, Collapse of 8 6 48  Daily inspections of excavations, trenches, and adjacent areas shall be conducted low
BACKFILLING, Excavation/  Warning signs and adequate physical barricades shall be placed
AND GRADING harm to people  Where the stability of adjoining buildings, walls, or other structures is endangered by excavation operations,
and equipment. support systems shall be provided
 For excavations exceeding 1.2m or 4 ft in depth, the confined space entry procedure must be adhered to.
 Banks men shall be assigned to control the job site.
 Unnecessary personnel shall be excluded from the excavation area.
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Machine striking 8 4 32  Supervisors shall ensure that all pedestrians’ access to site restoration areas is well controlled and permanently low
other equipment maintained.
or people  Supervisor shall ensure that all workers wear high visibility reflective waistcoats.
 Speed limits shall be restricted to 30km/hours.
 Dust suppression/control measures shall be carried out at regular intervals.
 Vehicles shall use main headlights during poor visibility.
 Work shall be stopped during extreme poor visibility conditions
 All vehicles shall be fitted with Reverse Alarms
 Banks men shall be used to control moving equipment

Site Development

Residual Risk (After


(Frequency – Letter)

(Letter & Number)


(Severity Rating –

Controls in place)
Risk * Ranking
Consequence

Probability
number)

Hazard Effect
Control Measures (PPE / Procedures etc.)
TASK (if the hazard
is released)
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Damage to 8 6 48  Supervisor to make sure that all services are identified on work site prior commencement of work. low
U/G or O/H  Services to be appropriately protected when work is ongoing
services  Banks men to control vehicle movement near U/G or O/H services

Oil / Diesel 4 8 32  All vehicle and equipment shall be inspected on daily basis for any sign of leak low
Spill  Drip Trays shall be available on work site to contain leaking hydrocarbons in case of accident.
 Spill Kits shall be available on work site to clean contaminated material.
 Contaminated material shall be disposed as per the Waste Management Plan.
EXCAVATION, Accident due 6 6 36  All equipment to be certified by PMV. low
BACKFILLING, to equipment  All equipment shall be inspected on daily basis prior commencement of work
AND GRADING failure /  Hydraulic hoses shall be inspected on daily basis for any sign of damage or leak.
Release of
Hydraulic
pressure

Oil / Diesel 4 8 32  All vehicle and equipment shall be inspected on daily basis for any sign of leak
Spills  Drip Trays shall be available on work site to contain leaking hydrocarbons in case of accident.
PRECAST  Spill Kits shall be available on work site to clean contaminated material.
YARD  Contaminated material shall be disposed as per the Waste Management Plan.
CONCRETE
FORMWORK
And HANDLING
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Structural Concrete

Risk * Ranking (Letter

Residual Risk (After


(Frequency – Letter)
(Severity Rating –

Controls in place)
Consequence

Probability

& Number)
number)
Identify Hazard Hazard Effect (if
Control Measures (PPE / Procedures etc.)
(Potential to do the hazard is
harm) released)

Manual Handling/ 4 6 24  Personnel placing concrete will wear appropriate PPE, i.e. gloves, suitable safety shoes and low
Harm To Personnel eye protection device..
 Only trained personnel will carry out slinging and lifting operations.
 Manual Handling procedures to be reinforced among employees through regular toolbox talks.
Defective 8 6 48  Plant and equipment used during concrete placing will be operated by trained and authorized low
Equipment and personnel under close supervision
poor operation/  All plant and equipment shall be maintained in a safe condition. Defective plant/equipment will
harm to personnel be removed from service and effective remedial actions taken.
 Trained operators shall be hired.
 Trained Banks-men, required
 Pedestrians shall be at a safe distance from the earth moving equipment.
 High visibility vests shall be worn by all workers operating close to vehicles
CONCRETE
FORMWORK  All Plant and Equipment shall be inspected on daily basis prior commencement of work.
And HANDLING
Falling Materials/ 8 4 32 low
increased risk of  Banksmen shall be provided to control the job site.
harm to personnel  Pedestrians shall be at a safe distance from the lifting operations
and equipment.  The area shall be properly barricaded
 Unnecessary personnel shall be cleared out of the area.
 All lifting equipment shall be thoroughly inspected by appropriate competent personnel prior to
use
 Lifting operations shall be carried out by trained personnel and under supervision
 In case of chemicals being used, a safe storage area to be provided, i.e. concrete bunded
area with suitable cover. Appropriate Safety signs to be erected. MSDS to be available and
accessible to all personnel. Only Authorized persons with suitable PPE (according to MSDS)
to enter chemical storage area.
Risk Assessment Concrete Work
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Miscellaneous Civil Works

Risk * Ranking (Letter

Residual Risk (After


(Frequency – Letter)
(Severity Rating –

Controls in place)
Consequence

Probability
& Number)
number)
Identify Hazard Hazard Effect
Control Measures (PPE / Procedures etc.)
(Potential to do (if the hazard
harm) is released)

Machine 8 4 32  Supervisors shall ensure that all pedestrians’ access to site restoration areas is well controlled and low
striking other permanently maintained.
equipment or  Supervisor shall ensure that all workers wear high visibility reflective waistcoats.
people  Speed limits shall be restricted to 30km/hours.
 Dust suppression/control measures shall be carried out at regular intervals.
 Vehicles shall use main headlights during poor visibility.
 Work shall be stopped during extreme poor visibility conditions
 All vehicles shall be fitted with Reverse Alarms
 Banks men shall be used to control moving equipment
Paving,
Fencing… Poor 8 4 32 low
Operation
Of Earth  Trained operators shall be hired.
Moving  Trained Banks-men, required
Equipment/  Pedestrians shall be at a safe distance from the earth moving equipment.
harm to  High visibility vests shall be worn by all workers operating close to vehicles
personnel  All equipment shall be regularly inspected and maintained for proper functioning.
and
existing
facilities
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6 4 24  Implement the Hot Weather Procedure and all employees shall be aware of the procedure Low
Heat Stroke through regular toolbox talks.
 Stop all work when temperature levels reach 50c
 Provide shelters where workers can find shade and protection from the direct sunrays.
 Provide periodic water breaks where workers can drink before, during and after work.
 Establish a work regimen where workers can be rotated, allowing short rest periods to prevent
harmful effects due to Heat.
 Supervisors shall monitor their work force by looking for signs of dehydration, especially in
older persons or workers that have health problems
 Immediate medical attention shall be available / provided in case of emergency.

Eye And Lung 6 4 24 Low


Irritation  All workers shall use eye protection
Grading,  Provide breathing masks, to be used during windy/dusty conditions
Paving,  Ensure that dust suppression/control measures are carried out at regular intervals.
Fencing…  Eye wash stations to be available on working site
 Immediate medical attention shall be available / provided in case of emergency.

Vehicle And 8 6 48  Safe access to and exits from site shall be provided with appropriate safety signs to be Low
Plant erected.
 Traffic management plans shall be implemented, including directional signs for plant and
Collision vehicle movement.
 Banks-men shall be available with all heavy equipment.
 Speed limits shall be restricted to 30km/hours.
 Dust suppression/control measures shall be carried out at regular intervals.
 Vehicles shall use main headlights during poor visibility.
 Work shall be stopped during extreme poor visibility conditions
 All equipment and vehicles shall be fitted with reverse alarms.