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WH-RA-02–LOADING, UNLOADING & TRANSFERRING OF MATERIALS BY CRANES

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL

1 Loading, Unloading & Person hit by falling Fatal Injury/ Serious  Cordon off lifting area Constant maintenance of all
Transferring materials by load or materials due physical Injury to  Checking on the durability of the chains/belts lifting materials and the
using mobile crane to failure of lifting workers used for shifting (Ensure Valid LG cert) crane itself
gear.  Ensure that the load is secure properly before
lifting Using cargo/dust netting to
 PTW Lifting Implemented secure loose load/debris
 Lifting plan in place
 Qualified lifting crew appointed
 Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08) Close supervision by lifting
supervisor
 Emergency Response plan in place (Follow
Main-con)
 Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.

Crane/Load striking Fatal Injury/ Serious  Cordon off lifting area Close supervision by lifting
other materials/ physical Injury to  Use Tag line to control swing sup
structures during workers  To ensure it is free of other structures/materials
shifting in crane pathway Lifting Plan briefing to group
Ensure crane is extended sufficiently before of workers
shifting the load
 Lifting plan in place
 PTW Lifting Implemented
 Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)
 Qualified lifting crew appointed
 Emergency Response plan in place (Follow
Main-con)
 Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.
Toppling of crane/ Serious Injury / Death  Ensure that the outriggers are fully extended Standing supervision by
Failure of lifting to person(s) and resting on outrigger steel plates & Lifting Supervisor
machine (crane) due barricade the operation area
to Lack of  Crane access constructed as per PE design
Maintenance  Lifting equipment with valid LM certificates
 Do a pre-hoist check to ensure that the
allowable SWL at the specified radius to be Lifting Sup to double check
hoisted is more than the weight of load all the maintenance records
 Check that the load indicator, tilt/overload
alarm is working.
 Qualified lifting personnel (lifting supervisor,
rigger & signalman), appointed
 Crane installed by Approved Crane Contractor in
accordance with manufacturer specs
 Ensure that load radius indicator, over hoist
limit switch, automatic cut-off devices and
warning signal is audible and in working
condition
 Overload cut-off is not "bypassed" and lifting
supervisor shall verify.
 All personnel to stay clear from suspended load
and radius of swing
 Ensure that the lifting equipment’s are properly
maintained and color coded as according to the
respective month.
 Removed all loose loads and secure all loads,
small materials shall be hoisted in a hoisting
receptacle.
 Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)
 Implement permit-to-work for hoisting
 Lifting Plan in place
 Emergency Response plan in place (Follow
Main-con)
 Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.

2 Use of tower crane Person hit by falling Fatal Injury/ Serious Cordon off lifting area Constant maintenance of all
load or materials due physical Injury to lifting materials and the
to failure of lifting workers Checking on the durability of the chains/belts used for crane itself
gear. shifting (Ensure Valid LG cert)
Using cargo/dust netting to
Ensure that the load is secure properly before lifting secure loose load/debris

PTW Lifting Implemented Close supervision by lifting


supervisor
Lifting plan in place

Qualified lifting crew appointed

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.


Crane topple due to Fatal Injury/ Serious Barricade the operation area Close supervision by lifting
overload physical injury to sup
workers SWL of crane clearly stated

Do a pre-hoist check to ensure that the allowable SWL Lifting Plan briefing to group
at the specified radius to be hoisted is more than the of workers
weight of load
Check that the load indicator, tilt/overload alarm is
working.

Load chart displayed at cabin

Lifting equipment with valid LM certificates

Qualified lifting personnel (lifting supervisor, rigger &


signalman), appointed

Ensure that load radius indicator, over hoist limit switch,


automatic cut-off devices and warning signal is audible
and in working condition

Overload cut-off is not "bypassed" and lifting supervisor


shall verify.

All personnel to stay clear from suspended load and


radius of swing

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)

Implement permit-to-work for hoisting

Lifting Plan in place

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.


3 Use of lorry crane Person hit by falling Fatal Injury/ Serious Cordon off lifting area Constant maintenance of all
load or materials due physical Injury to lifting materials and the
to failure of lifting workers Checking on the durability of the chains/belts used for crane itself
gear. shifting (Ensure Valid LG cert)
Using cargo/dust netting to
Ensure that the load is secure properly before lifting secure loose load/debris

PTW Lifting Implemented Close supervision by lifting


supervisor
Lifting plan in place

Qualified lifting crew appointed

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)


Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.

Crane/Load striking Fatal Injury/ Serious Cordon off lifting area Close supervision by lifting
other materials/ physical Injury to sup
structures during workers Use Tag line to control swing
shifting
Lifting Plan briefing to group
To ensure it is free of other structures/materials in of workers
crane pathway

Ensure crane is extended sufficiently before shifting the


load

Lifting plan in place

PTW Lifting Implemented

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)

Qualified lifting crew appointed

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.

Toppling of crane/ Serious Injury / Death Ensure that the outriggers are fully extended and resting Standing supervision by
Failure of lifting to person(s) on outrigger steel plates & barricade the operation Lifting Supervisor
machine (crane) due area
to Lack of
Maintenance Crane access constructed as per PE design

Lifting Sup to double check


Lifting equipment with valid LM certificates
all the maintenance records

Do a pre-hoist check to ensure that the allowable SWL


at the specified radius to be hoisted is more than the
weight of load

Check that the load indicator, tilt/overload alarm is


working.

Qualified lifting personnel (lifting supervisor, rigger &


signalman), appointed

Crane installed by Approved Crane Contractor in


accordance with manufacturer specs
Ensure that load radius indicator, over hoist limit switch,
automatic cut-off devices and warning signal is audible
and in working condition

Overload cut-off is not "bypassed" and lifting supervisor


shall verify.

All personnel to stay clear from suspended load and


radius of swing

Ensure that the lifting equipment’s are properly


maintained and color coded as according to the
respective month.

Removed all loose loads and secure all loads, small


materials shall be hoisted in a hoisting receptacle.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)

Implement permit-to-work for hoisting

Lifting Plan in place

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.

Improper rigging Serious Injury/ Death Ensure that affected areas are barricaded with signage Close supervision by lifting
supervisor
Lifting Supervisor to check all connections & lifting point
before lifting
To ensure safety latches are
Appointed rigger to do rigging good working order

PTW Lifting to approved prior to start work Supervisor to ensure that


only trained personnel are
involved
Lifting plan in place

Qualified lifting crew appointed

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-08)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Put on PPE Such as Safety Helmet, Shoe etc.


WH-RA-03– OPERATION OF SCISSOR LIFT ‘&’ BOOM LIFT
WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL

1 Operator Untrained personnel – Death to person(s) Ensure Railing Provided at open side of Boom lift / Close supervision by WAH-
Persons Fall from Scissor lift supervisor
height Operator Shall be trained both by ATP and
Familiarization training by supplier Training on the use of Safety
Harness
Valid LP cert available

PTW for working at height > 2 m Fall Prevention Plan briefing


to group of workers.
Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-12)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


2 Items/ man on the Overload may lead to Death to person(s) Ensure no. of man not more than 2 and total load of the Close supervision by WAH-
platform Equipment topple man/items within the SWL specified supervisor

Operator Shall be trained both by ATP and Operators are briefed not to
Familiarization training by supplier overload.

Valid LP cert available

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-12)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point,

Poor housekeeping on Death to person(s) Clearing of material/ equipment before each shift
the platform may lead Close supervision by WAH-
to Trip and fall Operator Shall be trained both by ATP and supervisor
Familiarization training by supplier
Operators are briefed t to
Valid LP cert available clear the platform after
each shift
PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-12)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point,


3 Operate Scissor Lift ‘&’ Poor maintenance of Death to person(s) 6 Monthly Valid LP cert available Close supervision by WAH-
Boom Lift Equipment e.g. Failed supervisor
tore-track back, etc. Stop use and refer to supplier whenever there is any
may lead to malfunction noted Operators are briefed t to
equipment topple report if there is any mal
Daily Pre use visual inspection by operator function observed /
detected
Operator Shall be trained both by ATP and
Familiarization training by supplier

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-12)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


4 Operating Uneven ground may Death to person(s) Steel plate provided if ground is soft and uneven Close supervision by WAH-
lead to Equipment supervisor
topple No operating allowed if on slope

Ensure path of movement is not blocked by materials,


plant, etc.

Operator Shall be trained both by ATP and


Familiarization training by supplier

Valid LP cert available

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-12)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


Moving with boom Death to person(s) Ensure equipment are lowered before moving from one Close supervision by WAH-
extended may lead to point to another supervisor
Equipment topple
Operator Shall be trained both by ATP and
Familiarization training by supplier

Valid LP cert available

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-12)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point

3 Workers work in hot Workers exposure to Heat stroke Drink adequate water Heat Stress Training to
weather hot weather workers
Take adequate breaks in between, if work duration is
long and under the hot weather.

Monitor new work personnel closely / periodically.

Job Rotation

WH-RA-04– ERECTION, DISMANTLING & USE OF SCAFFOLD TO ELECTRICAL WORKS <4 M


WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1 Scaffold Erection / Person(s) exposed to Death to person(s) Proper access provided and free from any obstruction Close Supervision by
Dismantling < 4m fall from height scaffold supervisor
Erection to be done only by trained erectors

Erectors to stand on safe work platform during erection FPP briefing to erectors

Approved Scaffold contractor if > 4m height Use of Safety Harness


training to erectors
PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start
work

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber,

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves.

Hit / Struck by falling Death to person(s) Erection area to be cordoned off with warning signs Standing supervision by
scaffold materials prominently displayed Scaffold Safety Supervisor
from height during erection
Sequential erection / Dismantling

Proper work platforms and toe boards Workers are briefed not to
throw any materials from
Erectors not to leave materials and tools on scaffold height
structure

Provide tool bags for erectors

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Put on Safety Helmet, safety harness with life line, and


hand gloves.
2 Use of Scaffold to Laying Person(s) exposed to Death to person(s) Workers to use scaffold only if tagged “Safe For Use” Close Supervision by WAH
Brick Wall, Plaster & Skim fall from height due provided at every scaffold access point supervisor
Coats to open side of
scaffold and improper Fully decked work platforms with effective guardrails
access on all open sides to prevent fall FPP briefing to erectors

Proper access provided and free from any obstruction Use of Safety Harness
training to erectors
Not to use cross bracings for access” and “safe work
operation while on scaffold”

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves


Loose materials Death to person(s) Toe boards erected on all open sides Regular maintenance of
placed on scaffold (Hit overlay net and peripheral
/ Struck By Falling Regular housekeeping of work platforms, overhead shelter for
Objects ) external scaffold, regular
Not to place any materials / tools on scaffold structure inspection by safety
personnel
Install overlay net and peripheral overhead shelter for
external scaffold
Close Supervision by WAH
No work to be carried out below working level of supervisor
scaffold

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Evacuation Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber,

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves

Collapse of scaffold Death to person(s) Weekly inspection by Scaffold Safety Supervisor to Weekly Tool Box Meeting
due to overload / check on footing, Tiebacks and bracings of scaffold, for workers on safe use of
inadequate scaffold. Scaffold Safety
maintenance / No unauthorized modification of scaffold without PE Supervisor and Safety
adverse weather design and supervision personnel to follow up on
prompt rectification of
To strictly comply with permissible load limit of scaffold scaffold deviations of site

Display Safe Working Load chart (for external scaffold)

No removal of cross bracing, tie back etc.

Scaffold Sup to inspect the stability after the adverse


weather

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Evacuation Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber,

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves


3 Workers work in hot Workers exposure to Heat stroke Drink adequate water Heat Stress Training to
weather hot weather workers
Take adequate breaks in between, if work duration is
long and under the hot weather.

Monitor new work personnel closely / periodically.

Job Rotation
4 Workplace and human 1.Insufficient work Injury to own self or Induction briefing / safety tool box meeting conducted Training / Refresher
factor knowledge others Training to workers
To brief workers on the work and safety hazards.

Only worker with specific skill is assigned for the right


task.
2. Poor knowledge on Injury to own self or Brief workers on the proper use / wearing of PPE. Training / Refresher
the proper use / others Training to workers
wearing of PPE

3. Wrong use of tools. Injury to own self or Brief workers on the proper use of tools Training / Refresher
others Training to workers
Training by specialist supplier.

4.Work fatigue Injury to own self or Adequate rest time for workers. Close Supervision by job
others supervisor
Monitor working hours of workers

5.Drug abuse Injury to own self or Brief workers on in-house rule and drug abuse. Close Supervision by job
others supervisor
Supervisor to observe workers behavior.
WH-RA-05– CABLE LAYING AND TERMINATION WORKS

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL

Loading, Unloading & Improper Manual Sprain on back (e.g. Worker should not carry the load manually by himself Close supervision by job
2 Transferring of cables by Handling of heavy under estimate the only If the weight is more than 20Kg and should seek supervisor
Manual Stagnant Water objects weight of the load) others workers help or mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)
may lead to Mosquito Manual handling training to
breeding Use of trolley workers.

Buddy system to carry heavy loads,

Job rotation

Wear of personal protective clothing including hand


gloves

3 Storage of Materials at Ill health. To Clear daily of the plastic waste from products if any. Ensure proper
site Housekeeping
Dengue fever Elevate the materials min 300mm from ground level

To ensure storage area are free from stagnant water Daily oiling by in-house
reasonably practicable. team.

To engage pests control for a weekly basis. (Main-con)

Provide roofing/ cover for the small items which may


have potential to collect rain water

Toppling of materials Sustain injury from Always place load on even and compacted surface. Close Supervision by the
due to stacking too fallen material.
All materials are not allowed to stack more than 1.5m supervisor
high
height.
Cut/laceration.
Material must not obstruct access & walkway. Regular reminder to worker
On SWP to be carried out
Remind worker in the tool box
during daily tool box
Meeting on the hazards and risk control measures.
meeting
4 Use of Scaffold to Laying Person(s) exposed to Death to person(s) Workers to use scaffold only if tagged “Safe For Use” Close Supervision by WAH
cables fall from height due provided at every scaffold access point supervisor
to open side of
scaffold and improper Fully decked work platforms with effective guardrails
access on all open sides to prevent fall FPP briefing to erectors

Proper access provided and free from any obstruction Use of Safety Harness
training to erectors
Not to use cross bracings for access” and “safe work
operation while on scaffold”

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber,

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves

Loose materials placed Death to person(s) Toe boards erected on all open sides Regular maintenance of
on scaffold overlay net scaffold and
Regular housekeeping of work platforms, regular inspection by safety
(Hit / Struck by Falling personnel
Objects ) Not to place any materials / tools on scaffold structure

Install overlay net Close Supervision by WAH


supervisor
No work to be carried out below working level of
scaffold

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves etc.


5 Use of Ladder Expose to the use of A Serious Injuries Rubber stopper installed on ladder Close supervision by WAH-
frame ladder for cable supervisor
laying Fatal Self-supporting ladders that are defect-free and skid-
free must be used. Training on the use of
Ladder
Do not work on top 3 rungs of the ladder

Maintain 3 Point contact at all times Fall Prevention Plan briefing


to group of workers.
Don’t carry tools or materials in hand when climbing
ladder

Place ladder on the level ground

All ladders in use shall be in good condition. Physical


check should be maintained

Buddy system shall be maintained at all times. Workers


shall be briefed on the safe work procedure before
commencement.

Ladders shall be inspected by the safety department


before use on monthly basis.

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-03)

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Whereby access exceeds 2 meter, Safety harness shall


be equipped by workers.
6 Use of Electrical hand Electric Shock / Death to person(s) Used industrial socket EHS personnel to have
tools such as electrical Electrocution due to routine check on cable.
drill, electrical grinder etc. damaged cables of Ensure all cables on site are elevated from ground and
Hand tools or wet surface.
inadequate To remind all workers on
maintenance electrical hazards through
Elect wires with damaged insulation shall not be used daily toolbox briefing.

Supervisor should arrange to carry out inspection by a


LEW on monthly basis and certify by LEW the electrical
tools are safe to use and the valid label must be pasted Regular toolbox meeting to
on that machine. be conducted and recorded
to emphasize on the
Avoid carry out work under the rain or wet condition if hazards and precaution.
possible.

Equipment outdoor to be weather proof and industrial


type socket to be used as recommended.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-13)

Worker shall ensure the RCCB is good in condition by


pressing the test button. Whenever connect to any
electrical tools.

Workers ensure not to connect/repair electrical tools by


themselves inform the supervisor to rectify it.

Emergency Response Plan in Place ( Main-con)

Wear good conditioned PPE i.e., Safety rubber boots


7 Cutting of wire Contact with sharp Cut injury All hand tools shall be visually inspected by users prior Training on the use of Hand
tools to use. tools

Damage safety features on the tools shall be replaced.

Workers involve shall be brief on the safe use of hand


tools.

Hand Gloves shall be worn during handling.

Proper use of PPE e.g. Safety goggles


Tripped by leftover Bruises Work access shall be maintained free from debris Close Supervision
waste
Housekeeping after
Carried out daily House Keeping
completion of work and day
end.
Wear Safety Helmet, Safety Shoe etc.
WH-RA-06– INSTALLATION OF CABLE TRAY/CABLE SUPPORT SYSTEM

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL

1 Loading, Unloading &


Transferring of trunking, Refer to RA 02 Loading, Unloading & Transferring of materials by cranes for details
trays by cranes
Loading, Unloading & Improper Manual Sprain on back (e.g. Worker should not carry the load manually by himself Close supervision by job
2 Transferring of cable Handling of heavy under estimate the only If the weight is more than 20Kg and should seek supervisor
support system by objects weight of the load) others workers help or mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)
Manual Manual handling training to
Use of trolley workers.

Buddy system to carry heavy loads,

Job rotation

Wear of personal protective clothing including hand


gloves

3 Storage of Materials at Stagnant Water may Ill health. To Clear daily of the plastic waste from products if any. Ensure proper Housekeeping
site lead to Mosquito
breeding Dengue fever Elevate the materials min 300mm from ground level
Daily oiling by in-house
To ensure storage area are free from stagnant water team.
reasonably practicable.

To engage pests control for a weekly basis. (Main-con)

Provide roofing/ cover for the small items which may


have potential to collect rain water
Toppling of materials Sustain injury from Always place load on even and compacted surface. Close Supervision by the
due to stacking too fallen material.
All materials are not allowed to stack more than 1.5m supervisor
high
height.
Cut/laceration.
Material must not obstruct access & walkway. Regular reminder to worker
On SWP to be carried out
Remind worker in the tool box
during daily tool box
Meeting on the hazards and risk control measures.
meeting

4 Installation of trunkings, Expose to the use of A Serious Injuries Rubber stopper installed on ladder Close supervision by WAH-
trays frame ladder for cable supervisor
support system Fatal Self-supporting ladders that are defect-free and skid-
installation free must be used. Training on the use of
Ladder
Do not work on top 3 rungs of the ladder

Maintain 3 Point contact at all times Fall Prevention Plan briefing


to group of workers.
Don’t carry tools or materials in hand when climbing
ladder

Place ladder on the level ground

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-03)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


Person(s) Fall From Serious Injuries Safety barricade provided at open side of building/ Close supervision by WAH-
Height (e.g. at platform or floor opening supervisor
scaffold, MEWP, Open Fatal
side of building, floor Provide adequate access and free from any obstruction Training on the use of Safety
opening etc.) to the work area Harness

Check for Safe to use to Tag at all access point and


platforms. (Apply if applicable ) Fall Prevention Plan briefing
to group of workers.
PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point,

Noise emission 1. Noise Induced Demarcate hearing protection zone. Planned and to avoid high
Deafness noise activity after 7pm
2.Noise Pollution More silent models are engaged or deployed for the
works. Hearing Conservation
Training to worker
Personnel to put on ear protection if nature of work has
to expose to loud noise or more than 80db for long
period.
Electric Shock / Death to person(s) Used industrial socket EHS personnel to have
Electrocution due to routine check on cable.
damaged cables of Ensure all cables on site are elevated from ground and
Hand tools / wet surface.
Machineries To remind all workers on
electrical hazards through
Elect wires with damaged insulation shall not be used daily toolbox briefing.

Electrical tools to be checked by LEW once a month

Avoid carry out work under the rain or wet condition if


possible.

Equipment outdoor to be weather proof and industrial


type socket to be used as recommended.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-06)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Use appropriate PPE Such as Rubber foots


Contact with flying Eye injury Training on the use of cutter Educate the workers to
debris during cutting wear Safety goggles thru
of trunking, tray Wear safety goggles Tool-box meeting

Close supervision

WH-RA-07– LIGHT FITTINGS & OTHER ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1. Loading, Unloading &
Transferring of light Refer to RA 02 Loading, Unloading & Transferring of materials by cranes for details
fittings by cranes
2 Loading, Unloading & Improper Manual Sprain on back (e.g. Worker should not carry the load manually by himself Close supervision by job
Transferring of light Handling of heavy under estimate the only If the weight is more than 20Kg and should seek supervisor
fittings by Manual objects weight of the load) others workers help or mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)
Manual handling training to
Use of trolley workers.

Buddy system to carry heavy loads,

Job rotation

Wear of personal protective clothing including hand


gloves
3 Storage of Materials at Stagnant Water may Ill health. To Clear daily of the plastic waste from products if any. Ensure proper Housekeeping
site lead to Mosquito
breeding Dengue fever Elevate the materials min 300mm from ground level
Daily oiling by in-house
To ensure storage area are free from stagnant water team.
reasonably practicable.

To engage pests control for a weekly basis. (Main-con)

Provide roofing/ cover for the small items which may


have potential to collect rain water

Toppling of materials Sustain injury from Always place load on even and compacted surface. Close Supervision by the
due to stacking too fallen material.
All materials are not allowed to stack more than 1.5m supervisor
high
height.
Cut/laceration.
Material must not obstruct access & walkway. Regular reminder to worker
On SWP to be carried out
Remind worker in the tool box
during daily tool box
Meeting on the hazards and risk control measures.
meeting

4 Installation of light Expose to the use of A Serious Injuries Rubber stopper installed on ladder Close supervision by WAH-
fittings frame ladder for supervisor
Installation of light Fatal Self-supporting ladders that are defect-free and skid-
fittings free must be used. Training on the use of
Ladder
Do not work on top 3 rungs of the ladder

Maintain 3 Point contact at all times Fall Prevention Plan briefing


to group of workers.
Don’t carry tools or materials in hand when climbing
ladder

Place ladder on the level ground

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-03)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


Person(s) Fall From Serious Injuries Safety barricade provided at open side of building/ Close supervision by WAH-
Height (e.g. at platform or floor opening supervisor
scaffold, MEWP, Open Fatal
side of building, floor Provide adequate access and free from any obstruction Training on the use of Safety
opening etc.) to the work area Harness

Check for Safe to use to Tag at all access point and


platforms. (Apply if applicable ) Fall Prevention Plan briefing
to group of workers.
PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point,

Noise emission 1. Noise Induced Demarcate hearing protection zone. Planned and to avoid high
Deafness noise activity after 7pm
2.Noise Pollution More silent models are engaged or deployed for the
works. Hearing Conservation
Training to worker
Personnel to put on ear protection if nature of work has
to expose to loud noise or more than 80db for long
period.
Electric Shock / Death to person(s) Used industrial socket EHS personnel to have
Electrocution due to routine check on cable.
damaged cables of Ensure all cables on site are elevated from ground and
Hand tools / wet surface.
Machineries To remind all workers on
electrical hazards through
Elect wires with damaged insulation shall not be used daily toolbox briefing.

Electrical tools to be checked by LEW once a month

Avoid carry out work under the rain or wet condition if


possible.

Equipment outdoor to be weather proof and industrial


type socket to be used as recommended.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-15)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Use appropriate PPE Such as Rubber foots

Contact with flying Eye injury Training on the use of cutter Educate the workers to
debris during cutting wear Safety goggles thru
of trunking, tray Wear safety goggles Tool-box meeting

Close supervision

5 Drilling works for light Inhalation of cement Respiratory tract Ensure Proper ventilation Close supervision
fittings installation dust irritation
Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-15) Educate workers to follow
safe work procedures
Put on suitable respirator or dust mask and googles
WH-RA-08– USE OF PORTABLE GRINDER / CUTTER

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1. Machine start-up Damage socket / Death to person(s) Used industrial socket EHS personnel to have
expose bare wires routine check on cable.
(Electrical hazard) Ensure all cables on site are elevated from ground and
wet surface.
To remind all workers on
electrical hazards through
Elect wires with damaged insulation shall not be used daily toolbox briefing.

Electrical tools to be checked by LEW once a month

Avoid carry out work under the rain or wet condition if


possible.

Equipment outdoor to be weather proof and industrial


type socket to be used as recommended.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-22)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Use appropriate PPE Such as Rubber foots


2 Operation Contact with grinding Hand injury Guards must not be removed. The guard should cover Never use a grinder
wheel half of the disc and be positioned between the disc and between the legs while
the operator. sitting on the floor

Provide operators with training and instruction in safe Stop at regular intervals for
work procedures for angle grinders. a short break to rest your
hands and arms.
When using an angle grinder ensure that the correct
grinding disc is used for the type of task being
performed. Never use discs that have not been designed
for the type of tasks you are doing.

Never put a grinder down until the disc stops rotating.


Remove the plug from the power point before changing
discs
Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-22)

Use appropriate PPE Such as goggles, safety glasses or a


face shield , Ear muffs , Safety boots with steel toecaps
Spark / flying chip Hand / eye injury Safety guard to be in place There are no defects or
damage to the disc. A disc
Provide operators with training and instruction in safe which has been dropped
work procedures for angle grinders. may have developed cracks
and should not be used.

Use appropriate PPE Such as goggles, safety glasses or a


face shield , Ear muffs , Safety boots with steel toecaps

Cracked wheel Hand / eye injury There are no defects or damage to the disc. A disc which Provide operators with
has been dropped may have developed cracks and training and instruction in
should not be used. safe work procedures for
angle grinders.
When using an angle grinder ensure that the correct
grinding disc is used for the type of task being Close supervision by job
performed. Never use discs that have not been designed supervisor
for the type of tasks you are doing.

Guards must not be removed. The guard should cover


half of the disc and be positioned between the disc and
the operator.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-22)

Use appropriate PPE Such as goggles, safety glasses or a


face shield , Ear muffs , Safety boots with steel toecaps

WH-RA-09– INSTALLATION OF PVC / GI CONDUIT


WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL

1. Hacking of concrete wall, Inhalation of cement Respiratory tract Spraying of water during hacking work Close supervision
hollow block wall dust irritation
Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-05) Educate workers to follow
safe work procedures
Put on suitable respirator or dust mask

Flying sharpen/ Eye injury Wear safety goggles Educate the workers to
particles wear Safety goggles thru
Tool-box meeting

Close supervision
Exposed to moving Finger or Hand injury Provide safety guard for grinder/cutter Close Supervision by job
part of the supervisor
grinder/cutter Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-05)

Workers are briefed not to remove guards Regular toolbox meeting to


be conducted and recorded
to emphasize on the hazards
Safety training on use of power tools
and precaution.
Workers shall ensure to keep away their fingers, hands
from the cutting path.

Workers shall ensure to unplug the disc cutter whenever


not in use.

Wear Hand Gloves


Person(s) exposed to Death to person(s) Workers to use scaffold only if tagged “Safe For Use” Close Supervision by WAH
fall from height due provided at every scaffold access point supervisor
to Unstable /open
side of scaffold and Fully decked work platforms with effective guardrails
improper access on all open sides to prevent fall FPP briefing to erectors

Proper access provided and free from any obstruction Use of Safety Harness
training to workers
Not to use cross bracings for access” and “safe work
operation while on scaffold”

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber,

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves


Falling objects Serious Injuries No works are allowed below the work area. Ensure Close supervision by
hazards while job supervisor
Workmen below/ Fatal Barricade the below work area with warning signage
above the hacking
area Do not place materials at edge of building/ platform Fall Prevention Plan briefing
to group of workers.
Toe provided at working platform ( If applicable)

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure Fall Prevention plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Provide and use , hard hats and safety shoes

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.


Expose to the use of A Serious Injuries Rubber stopper installed on ladder Close supervision by WAH-
frame ladder for supervisor
conduit pipe Fatal Self-supporting ladders that are defect-free and skid-
installation free must be used. Training on the use of
Ladder
Do not work on top 3 rungs of the ladder

Maintain 3 Point contact at all times Fall Prevention Plan briefing


to group of workers.
Don’t carry tools or materials in hand when climbing
ladder

Place ladder on the level ground

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-03)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


Electric Shock / Death to person(s) Used industrial socket EHS personnel to have
Electrocution due to routine check on cable.
damaged cables of Ensure all cables on site are elevated from ground and
Hand tools / wet surface.
Machineries To remind all workers on
electrical hazards through
Elect wires with damaged insulation shall not be used daily toolbox briefing.

Electrical tools to be checked by LEW once a month

Avoid carry out work under the rain or wet condition if


possible.

Equipment outdoor to be weather proof and industrial


type socket to be used as recommended.

Monthly check/Inspection by 'Licensed Electrical


Worker', for all the electrical tools; Equipment and plant

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-05)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)


Noise emission 1. Noise Induced Demarcate hearing protection zone. Planned and to avoid high
Deafness noise activity after 7pm
2.Noise Pollution More silent models are engaged or deployed for the
works. Hearing Conservation
Training to worker
Personnel to put on ear protection if nature of work has
to expose to loud noise or more than 80db for long
period.
2 Installation of PVC / GI Person(s) exposed to Death to person(s) Workers to use scaffold only if tagged “Safe For Use” Close Supervision by WAH
conduit fall from height due provided at every scaffold access point supervisor
to Unstable /open
side of scaffold and Fully decked work platforms with effective guardrails on
improper access all open sides to prevent fall FPP briefing to erectors

Proper access provided and free from any obstruction Use of Safety Harness
training to workers
Not to use cross bracings for access” and “safe work
operation while on scaffold”

PTW for working at Height to be approved prior to start


work

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-07)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.

Provision of lifeline, use of full body harness with


double-lanyard that comes with shock absorber,

Put on Safety Helmet, safety shoe, and hand gloves


Expose to the use of A Serious Injuries Rubber stopper installed on ladder Close supervision by WAH-
frame ladder for supervisor
conduit pipe Fatal Self-supporting ladders that are defect-free and skid-
installation free must be used. Training on the use of
Ladder
Do not work on top 3 rungs of the ladder

Maintain 3 Point contact at all times Fall Prevention Plan briefing


to group of workers.
Don’t carry tools or materials in hand when climbing
ladder

Place ladder on the level ground

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-03)

Emergency Response Plan in place (Follow Main-Con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point

3 Patching back of wall Contact with skin Skin irritation Train personnel on the Safety Data Sheet and safety Supervisor shall ensure to
using cement sand screed label on containers brief and make aware of
each worker on the SDS of
all the materials which
Wash the hands with clean water when the hand contain chemical substances
contacted with additive. in it.

Implement mandatory use of respiratory protective


equipment, gloves, goggles, and protective apparel

WH-RA-10– WORK IN CONFINED SPACE

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1. Entry into confined space Poor ventilation Death to person(s) Adequate and effective ventilation is provided Close Supervision by
(resulting in confined space assessor and
asphyxiation or CS entry permit is issued for entry or work in authorized manager
suffocation) confined space

Gas testing is carried out prior to entry Workers that are feeling
Potential of toxic unwell are not allowed to
gases, vapors or Authorized manager is appointed work in the confined space
fumes (resulting in
poisoning) CS Safety Assessor is appointed

Confined space attendant is appointed

Persons entering the confined space are trained

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-16)

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Wear appropriate PPE (e.g. Respirator, )


Falling hazard while Death to person(s) Provide proper access with handrails. Conduct regular safety
entering confined briefing to workers on
space. CS entry permit is issued for entry or work in confined space hazards
confined space
Provision of spark proof electrical lighting

Authorized manager is appointed Workers that are feeling


unwell are not allowed to
CS Safety Assessor is appointed work in the confined space

Confined space attendant is appointed Close supervision of work by


supervisory staff
Persons entering the confined space are trained

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-16)

Fall Prevention Plan in place

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Wear appropriate PPE (e.g. Safety Helmet, safety shoe ,


harness, Respirator, etc.)
2 Work in confined space a) Oxygen Asphyxiation / death Provision of proper ventilation Conduct regular safety
deficiency/Toxic/ Conduct regular gas checks by Manhole confined space briefing to workers on
Flammable gases safety assessor confined space hazards
Toxic fumes (e.g. CO,
H2S etc) Workers that are feeling
Only workers trained in confined space hazards are
Flammable gases (e.g. allowed to carry out the work unwell are not allowed to
methane, Pentane) work in the confined space
CS entry permit is issued for entry or work in
b) Poor natural confined space
lighting / Poor Close supervision of work by
visibility supervisory staff
Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-16)

Provision of spark proof electrical lighting

Authorized manager is appointed

CS Safety Assessor is appointed

Confined space attendant is appointed

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Wear appropriate PPE (e.g. Safety Helmet, safety shoe ,


harness, Respirator, etc.)
Person falling into Death Open side of the confined space shall be adequately Conduct regular safety
confined space barricaded with warning signage briefing to workers on
confined space hazards
Provide proper access with handrail to the work area

CS entry permit is issued for entry or work in Workers that are feeling
confined space unwell are not allowed to
work in the confined space
Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-16)

Fall Prevention Plan in place Close supervision of work by


supervisory staff
Only workers trained in confined space hazards are
allowed to carry out the work

Authorized manager is appointed

CS Safety Assessor is appointed

Confined space attendant is appointed

Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-con)

Wear appropriate PPE (e.g. Safety Helmet, safety shoe ,


harness, Respirator, etc.)

WH-RA-11– INSTALLATION OF LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM


WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
Loading, Unloading & Improper Manual Sprain on back (e.g. Worker should not carry the load manually by himself Close supervision by job
1 Transferring of materials Handling of heavy under estimate the only If the weight is more than 20Kg and should seek supervisor
objects weight of the load) others workers help or mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)
Manual handling training to
Use of trolley workers.

Buddy system to carry heavy loads,

Job rotation

Wear of personal protective clothing including hand


gloves

2 Storage of Materials at Stagnant Water may Ill health. To Clear daily of the plastic waste from products if any. Ensure proper Housekeeping
site lead to Mosquito
breeding Dengue fever Elevate the materials min 300mm from ground level
Daily oiling by in-house
To ensure storage area are free from stagnant water team.
reasonably practicable.

To engage pests control for a weekly basis. (Main-con)

Provide roofing/ cover for the small items which may


have potential to collect rain water

Toppling of materials Sustain injury from Always place load on even and compacted surface. Close Supervision by the
due to stacking too fallen material.
All materials are not allowed to stack more than 1.5m supervisor
high
height.
Cut/laceration.
Material must not obstruct access & walkway. Regular reminder to worker
On SWP to be carried out
Remind worker in the tool box
during daily tool box
Meeting on the hazards and risk control measures.
meeting

3 Laying of UPVC pipes to Workers cut by BRC Will cause injuries Provide proper stable work platform Close Supervision by job
BRC mesh/ Laying of mesh. requiring medical supervisor
copper tapes treatment to RA & SWP Briefing to all persons at workplace.
Unstable Working workers.
ground. Wearing of Safety Hand Gloves, Safety Shoes, Safety Ensure workers have PPE.
Workers may slip as Helmet Ensure effective site
BRC mesh is supervision is done.
unstable. Informed during toolbox
meeting.
4 Installation of Test-Link Workers cut by BRC Will cause injuries to Wear safety hand gloves, safety helmet, safety shoes, Close Supervision by job
Box to BRC bars at bars at column. workers. (Minor Cuts safety vest. supervisor
column & Bruises to workers)
Ensure workers have PPE.
Ensure effective site
supervision is done.
Informed during toolbox
meeting.

5 Thermo weld of copper Flying sparks Eye injury / burns to Barricade the work area to ensure no unauthorized Close supervision by job
tapes to BRC bars at other bodily parts entry supervisor
column
Use flame proof material at lower levels (e.g. fire
blanket) to arrest sparks if carrying out hot work at
higher levels

Implement PTW for Hot works

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-17)

Standby Fire Extinguishers

Use of PPE - tinted safety goggles &/ face shield, safety


helmet, safety shoes, welding gloves & wear long
sleeves clothing,

6 Installation of copper Person (s) exposed to Serious Injuries Safety barricade provided at open side of Close supervision by WAH-
tapes at roof Falling from height building/platform supervisor
due to open side of Fatal
building/ platform Provide adequate access and free from any obstruction Training on the use of Safety
Harness
PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan Fall Prevention Plan briefing
to group of workers.
Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point


7 Installation of copper Workers exposed to Serious Injury/ Death Work to be stopped until lightning alert is lifted by NEA Close supervision by Job
tapes Lightning strike to worker(s) supervisor
at roof
Visitors and workers brief during site orientation on the
sheltered assembly area

Drills to be conducted periodically to ensure workers


understand the need to evacuate

Worker brief to stop work and proceed to sheltered


assembly area

Ensure assembly area is equipped with lightning rod

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-17)

Emergency Evacuation plan in place (Follow Main con)

8 Installation of copper Falling of objects/ Falling of objects from No works are allowed directly below the work area. Ensure Close supervision by
tapes at roof Materials placed at height may hit job supervisor
edge of building. persons and lead to Barricade the below work area with warning signage
serious injury or
death Do not place materials at edge of building Fall Prevention Plan briefing
to group of workers.
Toe provided at working platform ( If applicable)

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Response plan in place (Follow Main con)

Provide and use , hard hats and safety shoes

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

WH-RA-12– TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1 Use of generator on site Fire / Explosion Serious Injury / Death Barricade and warning signage to erect around gen-set. Regular inspection by LEW
and site supervisor.
Ensure all generators with proper earthing& ELCB.
Replace worn and damaged
LEW to carry out the check and ensure machine in good flexible cables and avoid
“knotting” or “kinking” of
working condition flexible cables when they
are coiled.
Apply EMA license

Eliminate sources of electrical fire like short circuit or

leakage, overloading, undersized cable using, oversize

fuse, electrical spark, faulty protective device etc.

Don’t overload a socket outlet by connecting several

appliances using multi-way adaptors.

Provide fire extinguisher at generator.

Visual inspection has been conducted on the electrical

equipment to detect any damaged or worn insulation

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-06)

Ensure Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-

con)
2 Electrical installation Use of faulty Burn / Death Installation construct according electrical drawing Close Supervision by job
components may supervisor
lead to Electrocution To use electrical items approved by PSB and with label
The worker is trained and competent for the electrical
installation job
The worker is informed of the electrical equipment’s
condition that is being maintained
The electrical work area is dry
The electrical supply has been isolated before carrying
out work
The electrical equipment has been properly grounded
Visual inspection has been conducted on the electrical
equipment to detect any damaged or worn insulation
Socket outlets are not overloaded with multi-way
adaptors connected to electrical appliances.

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-06)


Ensure Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-

con)

The worker is wearing appropriate personal protective


equipment, for e.g., insulating gloves, thick rubber-soled
safety shoes.
Electric Shock / Death to person(s) Used industrial socket EHS personnel to have
Electrocution due to routine check on cable.
damaged cables of Ensure all cables on site are elevated from ground and
Hand tools / wet surface.
Machineries To remind all workers on
electrical hazards through
Elect wires with damaged insulation shall not be used daily toolbox briefing.

Electrical tools to be checked by LEW once a month

Avoid carry out work under the rain or wet condition if


possible.

Equipment outdoor to be weather proof and industrial


type socket to be used as recommended.

Monthly check/Inspection by 'Licensed Electrical


Worker', for all the electrical tools; Equipment and plant

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-06)

Ensure Emergency Rescue Plan in place (Follow Main-


con)

Put on appropriate personal protective equipment, for


e.g., insulating gloves, thick rubber-soled safety shoes.

WH-RA-13– INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARD

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1 Lifting and relocation of Manual Handling of Sprain on back (e.g. Worker should not carry the load manually by himself Periodic toolbox meeting for
MSB heavy objects under estimate the only If the weight is more than 20Kg and should seek workers.
weight of the load) others workers help or mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)

Use of wheel burrow / trolley

Job rotation

Buddy system to carry heavy loads,

Wear of personal protective clothing including hand


gloves
2 Termination works Misuse of tools such Small cuts may occur Use proper cutting and terminating tools Conduct routine inspection
as wire cutter when cutting away
unused wiring/cable Conduct tool box meeting before work start
for termination
3 Electrical Testing Mild electrocution Person carry out Ensure all isolation of supply and all MCB to be off Close Supervision by job
testing will be position and warning sigh to be displace on the main supervisor
electrocuted causing breaker
serious injury or
death Conduct tool box meeting before work start

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-06)

Emergency Rescue plan in place (Follow Main con)

The worker is trained and competent for the job

The worker is wearing appropriate personal protective


equipment, for e.g., insulating gloves, thick rubber-soled
safety shoes.
4 Working at height Person (s) exposed to Serious Injuries Provide adequate access and free from any obstruction Close supervision by WAH-
Falling from height supervisor
due to open side of Fatal Safety barricade provided at open side of
building/ platform building/platform Training on the use of Safety
Harness
Check for Safe to use to Tag at all access point and
platforms. ( if applicable )
Fall Prevention Plan briefing
PTW for working at height > 2 m to group of workers.

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures (WH-SWP-01)

Emergency Rescue plan in place (Follow Main con)

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC / WAH course for


workers

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided anchor point

5 Securing of DB on wall DB dropped due to Bruise Buddy system Periodic toolbox meeting for
worker lost hand grip workers.
or balance SWP for manual Handling

Conduct tool box meeting before work start

Wear safety shoe


WH-RA-14– OFFICE ERGONOMICS

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL
1 Use of computer Lack of display Visual discomfort Use of LCD monitors with anti-glare filters Interval break
contrast and
sharpness, flicker
(lighting and older
computer monitors),
inappropriate
workplace lighting
and glare,
uncorrected vision
and prolonged close
vision work.

Potential over- Employee experiences Employees are encouraged to take periodic breaks Employees is briefed on
exposure to monitor eye irritation or SWP for Ergonomics
radiation because of headache Monitor placed at arm’s length
prolonged
engagement on PC or Documents placed between keyboard and screen rather
work-station than next to the screen

Computers fitted with protected screens to reduce UV


ray emission

2 Use of photocopier Contact with hot Dermal burn received Turn off machine and allow machine to cool before Employees is briefed on
surface when by photocopy clearing paper jam SWP for Ergonomics
machine has been in machine user
operation for a
prolonged period
Release of ozone from Due to quick Photocopier equipped with activated carbon filter Provide sufficient
high voltage decomposition of ventilation
photocopier ozone to oxygen, no Periodic maintenance of photocopier, filter & brush
generated during health impact to
charging & photocopy machine
discharging of drum & users is expected
paper and UV rays
from photocopier
lamp
Exposure to moving Fingers/hand of Enhance employee awareness Employees is briefed on
parts while there is photocopy machine SWP for Ergonomics
paper jam user is hurt
Strong light coming Eye discomfort or Photocopy with cover down or look away if its is not Employ automatic
from photocopier headache arising from possible to put lower cover document feeder wherever
lamp to repeated exposure possible to limit lifting of
to photocopier lamp cover
light to both user and
employees in the
vicinity

3 Use of paper shredder Exposure to sharp Potential cut by paper Encourage careful use of machine Employees is briefed on
edges of machine shredder SWP for Ergonomics

4 Use of printer Emission of noise Annoying and affect Maintenance of printers by external contractors once Employees is briefed on
exceeding 55dB(A) work productivity unusual noise detected SWP for Ergonomics

5 Use of workstation Inappropriate height Musculoskeletal Proper planning of workstation layout according to Employees is briefed on
of work surface disorder individual SWP for Ergonomics

Proper planning of workstation layout by individual

SWP procedure is established for Ergonomics

Awkward position of Musculoskeletal Proper planning of workstation layout according to Employees is briefed on
equipment on the disorder; Visual individual SWP for Ergonomics
workstation discomfort
Proper planning of workstation layout

SWP procedure is established for Ergonomics

6 Prolonged stay in work Poor indoor air Sick Building Good housekeeping and personal hygiene Employees is briefed on
environment quality Syndrome SWP for Ergonomics

7 Lifting and carrying of Manual lifting of Musculoskeletal Reduce the weight of the load by splitting the load into Buddy system
boxes, furniture, office heavy and bulky load disorder smaller portion
equipment, document
files Use mechanical aids like trolleys

Request assistance from colleagues

SWP procedure is established for Ergonomics

8 Storage of files and paper Emission of Adverse health effect Good housekeeping Employees is briefed on
boxes suspended particulate due to inhalation SWP for Ergonomics
matter
9 Use of cleaning solvent Exposure to solvent Adverse health Chemical resistant gloves SDS Briefing to handler
via inhalation and effects; Dermatitis
skin contact Sufficient ventilation

10 Housekeeping Wet floor arising from Employees slip and Floor in office space is carpeted for the most part Put Wet Floor signage
cleaning or accidental fall on same level
spillage of liquid on Body injury / Head Floor is kept clean and dry all the time;
uncovered floor e.g. Injury
bathroom floor, Uncovered wet or greasy floors are mopped at once
Common corridor

Loose or wrinkled Employees trip and Loose or wrinkled carpets are secured Employees is briefed on
carpets on floor fall on same level on SWP for Ergonomics
carpeted floor leading
to minor injury
Conducted By Name Designation Signature
Project Sengkang/Tampines Approved by
RA Leader: Thiruchelvam Director

Activity Location: RA Member A. Raja Ravivarman Site Engineer Mr.Thiruchelvam(Director)


WAH/Site
Last review date: 06/07/2016 RA Member G.Murugesan Signature
supervisor
Original Assessment date: 06/07/2016 RA Member N.Thanaraju Site Supervisor
Worker
Next review date: 05/07/2019 RA Member A.Kesavan
Representative

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

Impact/Possible
Ref Work Activity Hazard/Aspect injury / Existing risk controls Additional Controls
ill-health
1 Unloading of Materials Improper manual Sprain on back (e.g. Worker should not carry the load manually Periodic toolbox meeting for workers.
lifting under estimate the by himself only If the weight is more than
weight of the load) 20Kg and should seek others workers help Display Posters
or mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)

All L.E. (lifting equipment0 shall be certified


by A.E prior used.

Ask for help or assistance when moving


heavy or bulky objects.

Buddy System

2 Storage of materials Mosquito Ill health. To Clear daily of the plastic waste from Ensure proper Housekeeping
breeding products if any.
Dengue fever Daily check by Supervisor
To ensure storage area are free from
stagnant water reasonably practicable. Daily oiling by in-house team.

To engage pests control for a weekly basis.

Provide roofing/ cover for the items which


may have potential to collect rain water
(e.g. elbow, container)
Wall Cleaning (By Worker falling Serious Injuries Rubber stopper installed on ladder Close supervision by supervisor
scraping tool, to chip from ladder/
away access particles Workbench Fatal Self-supporting ladders that are defect-free Training on the use of Ladder
on the wall) and skid-free must be used.

& Workbench; Additional workers to hold Fall Prevention Plan briefing to group of workers.
fitment in place
Protection to other
installation (Window, Do not work on top 3 rungs of the ladder
door etc.)
Maintain 3 Point contact at all times
3
Don’t carry tools or materials in hand when
climbing ladder

Place ladder on the level ground

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Ensure SWP for Painting Works

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Falling painting Serious Injuries No works are allowed below the work area. Ensure Close supervision by job supervisor
tools / materials
Barricade the below work area with warning
signage

Do not place materials at edge of building

Ensure SWP for Painting Works

Provide and use , hard hats and safety shoes

Painting works Fire/ explosion Death to person(s) Prohibit hot work in nearby areas Close supervision by job supervisor
hazard
Remove all ignition sources

Avoid storing paints under high


temperature conditions

Cap containers when paints are not in use

Display warning sign of 'No smoking'

Provide fire extinguishers at work area

Stored separately from flammable materials


and storage area provided with fire
extinguisher / within its expiring period and
warning sign like “NO SMOKING” is
displayed.

Ensure SWP for Painting Works


Contact With Skin Irritation Provide and use chemical resistant gloves Provide and train employees on the proper use of protective
Chemical equipment
Review and communicate material safety
data sheet
to workers involved in painting works
Exposed to Respiratory track Cap containers when paints are not in use Provide and train employees on the proper use of respiratory
Chemical Vapor irritation protective equipment
Mixing done in a well-ventilated/ open area

Ensure SWP for Painting Works

Train personnel on the Safety Data Sheet


and safety label on containers

Implement mandatory use of respiratory


protective equipment gloves, goggles, and
protective apparel
Painting for the car Vehicles hazards Moving vehicles hit Provide temporary warning signage and Close supervision by job supervisor
park lot by workers barricade for the work area

Briefing to the workers about vehicles


hazards

Clean-up (With water, Contact With Skin Irritation Provide and use chemical resistant gloves Provide and train employees on the proper use of protective
thinner/ turpentine) Chemical equipment
Review and communicate safety data sheet
to workers involved in painting works

Movement in work Improper storage/ Bodily injuries To do daily housekeeping To enforce weekly housekeeping with sub-contractors in order
area poor to maintain cleanliness on site.
To cordon off rebar storage area to avoid
housekeeping
tripping/falling hazards
leading to trips,
cuts, piercing
hazard
Water stagnation Aedes mosquitoes Weekly pest control (fogging and identifying Ensure that workers are vigilant at all times over water
on site at drains breeding ground water stagnation areas) stagnation and have regular (daily or alternate days) checks by
causing Dengue Having mosquito sinks in order to ensure Site Safety Supervisor.
Fever in workers and that water stagnation in gutters are well
in the worst case, taken care of.
death
Trip and fall, Injury Proper housekeeping & storage. Close supervision by supervisors
Step onto Remove or bent nails on the formworks.
protruding nails or
sharp edges.
WH-RA-16- OPERATION OF GONDOLA

WORK ACTIVITY HAZARD/ASPECT POSSIBLE ACCIDENT RISK CONTROL ADDITIONAL RISK CONTROL

Operation of Gondola Untrained Death to person(s) Operator Shall be trained both by Gondola Close supervision by WAH- supervisor
1 personnel – supervisor
Persons Fall from Training on the use of Safety Harness
height Users are informed to land gondola only on
ground level or on safe platform landing.
Fall Prevention Plan briefing to group of workers.
To conduct checks to ensure users do not
get in to/out of gondola at unauthorized
locations.

Monthly).
Users are to conduct routine check before
operating and no horseplay is allowed when
operating the gondola.
Supervisor to check barricades are properly
enclosed
To conduct checks to ensure gondola users
have been briefed on safe use of gondola
Disconnect power supply to avoid
unauthorized usage by others.
Provide Safe to use tag at all access point
and platforms
Valid LP cert available

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan


Follow Safe Work Procedures

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC /


WAH course for workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided


anchor point
Overload may Death to person(s) Ensure no. of man not more than 2 and Close supervision by WAH- supervisor
lead to Equipment total load of the man/ items within the SWL
topple specified Operators are briefed not to overload.

Operator Shall be trained both by gondola


supervisor

Valid LP cert available

PTW for working at height > 2 m

Ensure and implement Fall Prevention Plan

Follow Safe Work Procedures

Workers to complete enhanced CSOC /


WAH course for workers

Working at Height Supervisor appointed.

Provide and use hard hats and safety shoes

Safety harness hook on to the provided


anchor point,

2 Power failure during Workers try to Fall from height During training to ensure emergency Workers to ensure anchor their safety harness to a fall arrestor
requirements are briefed.
operation. come due panic. & Life Line.

Non-routine activity Workers exposure Heat stroke / Injury 1. Drink adequate water NA
to hot weather / to own self or others 2. Take adequate breaks in between, if work
Work fatigue duration is long and under the hot weather.
3

3. Monitor new work personnel closely /


periodically.
Fear of height Injury to own self or 1. Worker who is fear of height is not NA
others allowed to work at height.
2. Supervisor to observe workers behavior.

Lightning strike Injury / Death 1.If the forecast calls for thunderstorms, Planned & avoid outdoors during thunderstorm
Immediately go to lightning protection area
2. Don’t stay open vehicle/area during
thunderstorm

Pre medical Injury/Death 1.HR to communicate to the relevant Workers with pre medical conditions are to be sent for regular
condition department Managers those workers medical check to be certified fit for the type of works they
identified with existing medical conditions carry out
based on medical examination report
2.Immediate supervisors and fellow workers
to be made aware of workers with pre
medical conditions

3. Worker with pre medical conditions are


to always carry along their medication with
the permission of the supervisor

Workers work in hot Workers exposure Heat stroke Drink adequate water Heat Stress Training to workers
weather to hot weather
Take adequate breaks in between, if work
duration is long and under the hot weather.
4
Monitor new work personnel closely /
periodically.

Job Rotation
Workplace and human 1.Insufficient Injury to own self or Induction briefing / safety tool box meeting Training / Refresher Training to workers
factor work knowledge others conducted

To brief workers on the work and safety


5 hazards.

Only worker with specific skill is assigned for


the right task.

Poor knowledge Injury to own self or Brief workers on the proper use / wearing Training / Refresher Training to workers
on the proper use others of PPE.
/ wearing of PPE

Wrong use of Injury to own self or Brief workers on the proper use of tools Training / Refresher Training to workers
tools. others
Training by specialist supplier.

Work fatigue Injury to own self or Adequate rest time for workers. Close Supervision by job supervisor
others
Monitor working hours of workers

Drug abuse Injury to own self or Brief workers on in-house rule and drug Close Supervision by job supervisor
others abuse.

Supervisor to observe workers behavior.


Workers working Workers exposed Serious Injury/ Work to be stopped until lightning alert is Close supervision by Job supervisor
during lightning to Lightning strike Death to worker(s) lifted by NEA

Visitors and workers brief during site


orientation on the sheltered assembly area

Drills to be conducted periodically to ensure


workers understand the need to evacuate
(By Main-con)
6
Worker brief to stop work and proceed to
sheltered assembly area

Worker to wear PPE such as helmet at all


times during work

Ensure assembly area is equipped with


lightning Protection
Conducted By Name Designation Signature
Project 3 sty Ramp Up Ware House Approved by
RA Leader: Chris Tay PM
Carpark lots at 1st to Roof, Drive way
Activity Location: RA Member S Subramaniam SS Mr.Robert Wong(Director)
& Ramp
Last review date: 21/12/2017 RA Member Signature

Original Assessment date: 21/12/2017 RA Member

Next review date: 20/12/2020 RA Member

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

Impact/Possible
Ref Work Activity Hazard/Aspect injury / Existing risk controls Additional Controls
ill-health
1 Unloading of Materials Improper Sprain on back Worker should not carry the load manually Periodic toolbox meeting for workers.
manual lifting (e.g. under by himself only If the weight is more than
estimate the 20Kg and should seek others workers help or Display Posters
weight of the load) mechanical aid (e.g. chain block)

All L.E. (lifting equipments shall be certified


by A.E prior used.

Ask for help or assistance when moving heavy


or bulky objects.

Buddy System

2 Storage of materials Mosquito Ill health. To Clear daily of the plastic waste from Ensure proper Housekeeping
breeding products if any.
Dengue fever Daily check by Supervisor
To ensure storage area are free from stagnant
water reasonably practicable. Daily oiling by in-house team.

To engage pests control for a weekly basis.

Provide roofing/ cover for the items which


may have potential to collect rain water (e.g.
elbow, container)
Falling Serious Injuries No works are allowed below the work area. Ensure Close supervision by job supervisor
painting tools
/ materials Barricade the work area with warning signage

Do not place materials at edge of building


3
Ensure SWP for Painting Works

Provide and use , hard hats and safety shoes

Painting works Fire/ explosion Death to person(s) Prohibit hot work in nearby areas Close supervision by job supervisor
hazard
Remove all ignition sources

Avoid storing paints under high temperature


conditions

Cap containers when paints are not in use

Display warning sign of 'No smoking'


4
Provide fire extinguishers at work area

Stored separately from flammable materials


and storage area provided with fire
extinguisher / within its expiring period and
warning sign like “NO SMOKING” is displayed.

Ensure SWP for Painting Works

Contact With Skin Irritation Provide and use chemical resistant gloves Provide and train employees on the proper use of protective
Chemical equipment
Review and communicate material safety
data sheet
to workers involved in painting works

Exposed to Respiratory track Cap containers when paints are not in use Provide and train employees on the proper use of respiratory
Chemical irritation protective equipment
Vapor Mixing done in a well-ventilated/ open area

Ensure SWP for Painting Works

Train personnel on the Safety Data Sheet and


safety label on containers

Implement mandatory use of respiratory


protective equipment gloves, goggles, and
protective apparel
Painting for the car park lot Vehicles Moving vehicles hit Provide temporary warning signage and Close supervision by job supervisor
hazards by workers barricade for the work area

Briefing to the workers about vehicles


hazards
5

Clean-up (With water, Contact With Skin Irritation Provide and use chemical resistant gloves Provide and train employees on the proper use of protective
thinner/ turpentine) Chemical equipment
Review and communicate safety data sheet
to workers involved in painting works
6

Movement in work area Improper Bodily injuries To do daily housekeeping To enforce weekly housekeeping with sub-contractors in
storage/ poor order to maintain cleanliness on site.
housekeeping
7 leading to
trips, cuts,
piercing
hazard
Water Aedes mosquitoes Weekly pest control (fogging and identifying Ensure that workers are vigilant at all times over water
stagnation on breeding ground water stagnation areas) stagnation and have regular (daily or alternate days) checks
site at drains causing Dengue by Site Safety Supervisor.
Having mosquito sinks in order to ensure that
Fever in workers water stagnation in gutters are well taken
and in the worst care of.
case, death
Trip and fall, Injury Proper housekeeping & storage. Close supervision by supervisors
Step onto Remove or bent exposed nails if any .
protruding
nails or sharp
edges.
Non-routine activity Workers Heat stroke / 1. Drink adequate water NA
exposure to Injury to own self 2. Take adequate breaks in between, if work
hot weather / or others duration is long and under the hot weather.
Work fatigue

3. Monitor new work personnel closely /


8
periodically.
Fear of height Injury to own self 1. Worker who is fear of height is not allowed NA
or others to work at height.
2. Supervisor to observe workers behavior.

Lightning Injury / Death 1.If the forecast calls for thunderstorms, Planned & avoid outdoors during thunderstorm
strike Immediately go to lightning protection area
2. Don’t stay open vehicle/area during
thunderstorm

Pre medical Injury/Death 1.HR to communicate to the relevant Workers with pre medical conditions are to be sent for
condition department Managers those workers regular medical check to be certified fit for the type of works
identified with existing medical conditions they carry out
based on medical examination report

2.Immediate supervisors and fellow workers


to be made aware of workers with pre
medical conditions

3. Worker with pre medical conditions are to


always carry along their medication with the
permission of the supervisor

Workers work in hot Workers Heat stroke Drink adequate water Heat Stress Training to workers
weather exposure to
hot weather Take adequate breaks in between, if work
duration is long and under the hot weather.
9
Monitor new work personnel closely /
periodically.

Job Rotation
Workplace and human 1.Insufficient Injury to own self Induction briefing / safety tool box meeting Training / Refresher Training to workers
factor work or others conducted
knowledge
To brief workers on the work and safety
hazards.
10

Only worker with specific skill is assigned for


the right task.
Poor Injury to own self Brief workers on the proper use / wearing of Training / Refresher Training to workers
knowledge on or others PPE.
the proper use
/ wearing of
PPE

Wrong use of Injury to own self Brief workers on the proper use of tools Training / Refresher Training to workers
tools. or others
Training by supervisor.

Work fatigue Injury to own self Adequate rest time for workers. Close Supervision by job supervisor
or others
Monitor working hours of workers

Drug abuse Injury to own self Brief workers on in-house rule and drug Close Supervision by job supervisor
or others abuse.

Supervisor to observe workers behavior.

Workers working during Workers Serious Injury/ Work to be stopped until lightning alert is Close supervision by Job supervisor
lightning exposed to Death to worker(s) lifted by NEA
Lightning
strike Visitors and workers brief during site
orientation on the sheltered assembly area

Drills to be conducted periodically to ensure


workers understand the need to evacuate (By
Main-con)
11
Worker brief to stop work and proceed to
sheltered assembly area

Worker to wear PPE such as helmet at all


times during work

Ensure assembly area is equipped with


lightning Protection