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DEPARTMENT: SALES & MARKETING

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Arnab Chatterjee, Ms. Divya Saluja

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)

1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health &


safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )
SALES ACTIVITY R

Office Work R
Sales Activity

1 R

Office work on computer

Travel for Bussiness


R
Development
DEPARTMENT: MICROBIOLOGY

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Ms. Niharika Shrivastava, Ms. Geeta S

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Chemical handling R
Transportaion of
chemical & harmful R
substances

Storage of chemicals/ for


R
cleaning
Microbiology Lab

Autoclaving R
1

UV light R

Inoculation / sampling /
microbial analysis of
R
various harmful micro
organism.

Discarding of cultured
R
plates and broth
DEPARTMENT: FRONT OFFICE

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Mantosh K Chaterjee, Mr. Vasant R

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/ Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Luggage handling R

Guest escorted by GRE


R
to room
Printing Reports R

Front Office
Meeting guests R

Guest transportation
through outsourced cars
R
from Travel desk
services

Telephone Operations R

Working on Computer R

Working on Computer R
DEPARTMENT: IT

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Akhil Asthana, Mr. Mahesh and IT P

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Checking of ODU's R

Server room operations R


IT Activities

Installation of printer,
R
monitor etc.
IT A
R
Office work on computer
R

DEPARTMENT: FINANCE

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Pankaj Gupta, Mrs.Neha Kishorpur

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Maintaining purchase
records at Purchase R
Office

Maintaining purchase
records at Purchase R
Office

Managing all purchase


functions continuously
R
for more than 3-4 hrs at
a stretch
Office Work

SALES ACTIVITY R
1

Office Work R

Office work on computer

Travel for Bussiness


R
Development
DEPARTMENT: STORES

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr.Abhishekh, Mr.Subhash, Mr.Visheh,

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )
Stores receiving
R
operation

Cleaning & maintenance R

1 Stores

Stacking of products R

Stacking items in Racks R

DEPARTMENT: RESTAURANTS AND BANQUETS

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Harshil Bhavasir, Mr.Sudhir Baraba


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting vegetables /
R
garnish

Preparation of cocktail
R
and mocktail

Operating electric
R
equipments

Cleaning- CCG wiping R

Operating mixer grinder R

Standing for long hours R


Standing in high ambient
R
temperature

Water spillage on floor R

RESTAURANTS & BANQUETS Blocked passage with


R
wine trolley/ linen trolley

Lifting heavy weight and


R
tables and chairs
1

Walking on broken floor R

Handling of liquor bottle R

Handling/ serving of
R
food, perishable dishes

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
Decoration work for
events by outside R
vendors

Lighting work by outside


R
vendors

DEPARTMENT: HOUSEKEEPING

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Ms.Ela Singh, Ms.Anu Chakma, Mrs.N


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/ Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate (likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Lifting the amenities R

Opening & closing the


R
storage cupboard

Dusting of furniture and


R
cupboards

Walking on the wet/


R
Polished floor
Using chemicals to clean
R
surfaces/ carpets

Using electrical
equipments & switch R
boards
Continuous polishing the
R
floor
Shampooing panels up
R
to 30 feet
Glass cleaning up to 30
R
feet

Cleaning of mirror &


R
Glass

Using chemicals to clean


R
surfaces and Fixtures

Cleaning the WC & the


R
bathroom floor

Clearing the garbage R

Hi level dusting above 15


R
feet

Using chemicals to clean


R
the chandelier

Cleaning of chandelier R
Lighting lamps, diffusers
R
& candles
Lifting of public area
R
furniture & artifacts

Vacuum cleaning R

Dusting the areas R


Handling of electrical
R
equipments

Employment of oral and


R
hearing impaired staff
House Keeping

1
R
Stocking of Pantries

R
UPHOLSTERY

R
Tree cutting & trimming
Tree cutting & trimming

Trimming grass R

Earth digging R

Sweeping R

Stores receiving
R
operation

Cleaning in toilet &


R
maintenance

Unloading of products R

Stacking items in Racks


R

Grinding & stone


R
polishing
Transportaion of
chemical & harmful R
substances

Storage of chemicals/ for


R
cleaning

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: LAUNDRY

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Arun Tiwari, Mr. Tarun, Mr.Saabir


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/ Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Transporting of Linen
from sorting room to R
laundry

Chemical Handling R

Washing Machine / Dryer


R
/ Dry Cleaning Machine

Electrical & Mechanical R

Dry-cleaning Solvent R
Ironing with steam/
R
Cotton Press/ Flat Work

Flat work calendar


R
operation

1 LAUNDRY
Chemical handling R

Transportaion of
chemical & harmful R
substances

Storage of chemicals /for


R
cleaning

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
DEPARTMENT: HR

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mrs. Divya Gupta, Mr. Ramesh Shokee

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/ Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )
Medical Waste - Used
Cotton, Bandages,
Empty Ampoules, Vials, R
Syringes (Without
Needles)

Regulation of drop
R
facility for ladies in night

Working on Computer R

Frequently opening
HR
1 drawers and cupboards
R

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: PROJECTS
HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Shailesh Kumar, Mr. Girish Sharma

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Electrical work above


trap door

Electrical work above


trap door

Plumbing Work

Civil

Spray Painting &


Polishing
Carpentry

Welding of pipe, steel &


brazing

Projects
1 Painting

General

General

Electrical

Electrical

Electrical

Electrical

Emergency situation &


foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


foreceeable accidents
DEPARTMENT: ENGINEERING- ELECTRICAL SAFET

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Rothin Banerjee, Mr. Shomik Dasg

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )
Removing/ doing new
R
electrical connections

Doing electrical
R
connection for Pumps

P.M of Pump Panels

Annual Maintenance of
HT Panel

No Load trial of DG set R

Checking of batteries for


R
voltage

PM of diesel fire pump


alternator
ty
Changing a bulb / Tube
R
light

Electrical Safety
Changing a bulb / tube
R
1 light up to height 30 feet

Preventive maintenance
of electrical panels

Check for loose


R
connection

Glanding of cables R

Cleaning of panels from


R
inside

Checking of circuit
R
breaker

Replacing of faulty mcb /


switch / electrical R
component

Welding R
OCB oil filtration or
transfer

Digging earth for


plumbing work

Intrinsic usage of LOTO R

DEPARTMENT: Security

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Rajendra Tiwari, Mr.Rajkumar Chow


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/ Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Security Patrolling R

Security Patrolling R

Security Patrolling R

Security Patrolling R

Security Patrolling R

Time office / staff gate


R
security
Vehicle checking at main
R
gate

Vehicle checking at main


R
gate

SECURITY & OTHERS


Vehicle checking at main
R
gate
Operating the baggage
R
scanner

1 Operation/Maintenance
R
of the baggage scanner

Driving & valet parking R

Monitoring/ reporting
R
CCTV coverage
Monitoring/ reporting
R
CCTV coverage
Operating for bar
controlling
Fire drills R
Differently abled
R
associates

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Bomb Threat
DEPARTMENT: MKOP

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Dharamveer Singh, Mr.Ravi Bhatia

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )
Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R

Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of grinder/ grinding


MKOP

machine, taking out R


1 batter from grinder

Use of coconut grater R


Use of tandoor R

Use of tandoor R

Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R

Handling buffet counters R

Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on bain marie R

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
DEPARTMENT: CAPITAL KITCHEN

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr.Daya Sharma, Mr.Paramjeet, Mr.Jo

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R
Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R

Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of tandoor R

Use of tandoor & char-


R
grill
CAPITAL KITCHEN

Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R


1
Handling buffet counters R
1

CAPITAL
Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on bain marie R

Working on high
R
pressure gas range

Operating combi oven,


R
steamer

Operating salamander R

operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

operating hand blender R

Operating sharwama
R
Machine

Handling buffet counters R

Handling pick up
R
counters

Handling pick up
R
counters

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
Emergency situation &
R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: SPICY DUCK

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr.Amit Rana, Mr.Akash, Mr.Kohli

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R

Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of coconut grater R

Use of tandoor R
SPICY DUCK

Use of tandoor &


R
chargrilling

1 Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R


SPI
Handling buffet counters R

Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on bain marie R

Working on high
R
pressure gas range

Operating combi oven,


R
steamer

Handling pick up
R
counters

Handling pick up
R
counters

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
DEPARTMENT: MAIN KITCHEN

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Dharamvir Singh, Mr.Ravi Bhatia, M

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R
Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of coconut grater R

Use of tandoor R
MAIN KITCHEN

Use of tandoor &


R
chargrilling

1
Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R

Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on bain marie R

Handling pick up
R
counters

Handling pick up
R
counters

Working on high
R
pressure gas range
Working on high
R
pressure gas range

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: BAKERY

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Surender Negi, Mr.Harshit


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R

Steaming / baking R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Lifting heavy weight R

BAKERY
Handling chest freezer. R
1
Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on high
R
pressure gas range

operating deck oven R

Use of dough machine R

Use of dough sheater R

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
DEPARTMENT: MASALA ART

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Mushtaq, Mr.Gagan

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R
Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R

Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Use of grinder/ grinding


machine, taking out R
batter from grinder
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of tandoor R

Use of tandoor & char-


R
grilling

Lifting heavy weight R


MASALA ART

Handling chest freezer. R

1
Handling buffet counters R

Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on bain marie R


Working on high
R
pressure gas range

Operating combi oven,


R
steamer

operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

Handling pick up
R
counters

Handling pick up
R
counters

Operating sugarcane
R
machine

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
DEPARTMENT: ORIENT EXPRESS

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr.Daya Sharma, Mr.Mathew , Mr.Raw

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R
Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R

Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R

Physically challenged
person working on R
Orient Express

premises

Garbage Segregation R

1 Working on bain marie R

Working on high
R
pressure gas range

Operating combi oven,


R
steamer

Operating salamander R

Operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

Operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

Operating hand blender R

Handling pick up
R
counters

Handling pick up
R
counters
Emergency situation &
R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: GARDE MANGER

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr.Vijay, Ms.Ati


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Continuous standing R
Operating electrical
R
points
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R


GARDE MANGER KITCHEN

Physically challenged
person working on R
premises
1
Garbage Segregation R
GARDE MANGE
1

Operating electric
equipments slicer / R
mincer / blender

Operating mixer grinder R

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: IRD Kitchen

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Sanjay Suri, Mr.Joshi, Mr.Vineet


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Boiling of water R

Boiling of water R

Cooking R

Stirring R

Continuous standing R

Steaming / roasting R

Operating electrical
R
points

Use of oil while frying R


Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Use of tandoor R

Use of tandoor &


R
chargrilling

Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R

Handling buffet counters R

Physically challenged
person working on R
IRD

1 premises

Garbage Segregation R

Working on bain marie R

Working on high
R
pressure gas range

Operating combi oven,


R
steamer

Operating salamander R

operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

operating Hobart juicer


R
machine

operating hand blender R


Operating Shawarma
R
Machine

Handling buffet counters R

Handling pick up
R
counters

Handling pick up
R
counters

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: BUTCHERY

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Abhishekh Garg, Mr.Anil


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Continuous standing R
Operating electrical
R
points

Lifting heavy weight R

Handling chest freezer. R

Physically challenged
person working on R
premises

Garbage Segregation R

Cutting meats/ fish/


R
poultry
BUTCHERY

Mincing machine R
1
BUTCHE
1
Handling Deep Freezer R

Handling Bone Saw


R
machine

Handling Bone Saw


R
machine

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: Veg Prep Kitchen

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Ravi Bhatia, Mr.Narender


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting of vegetables /
fruits / meat / poultry / R
seafood

Continuous standing R
Operating electrical
R
points
Use of grinder/ grinding
machine, taking out R
batter from grinder

Lifting heavy weight R

Garbage Segregation R

Operating electric
equipments slicer / R
REP KITCHEN

mincer / blender

Operating mixer grinder R

1
VEG PREP KITCHEN
Potato peeler R

1
Potato peeler R

Onion Slicer R

Onion Slicer R

Robot Coupe Vegetable


R
Chopper

Robot Coupe Vegetable


R
Chopper

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: STEWARDING
HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Sunil Malik, Mr. Raj, Mr.Inayat Khan

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cleaning of Utensils by
R
hand

Preparing of dish
R
washing machine

Collecting of charcoal
R
from store

Polishing of Chaffing
R
dish

Cleaning of tiles / racks R

Storage/ handling of
R
wet/dry garbage

Cleaning of cold store R


ARDING

1
STEWARDING
Chemical handling R

1
Transportaion of
chemical & harmful R
substances

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

R
Cleaning of Electrical
Equipment

Cleaning of Steam Room R

DEPARTMENT: MAJOR WORK


HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Rothin Banerjee Mr.Shomik Dasgu

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Climbing ladder
/Scaffolding

Removing/ doing new


electrical connections

Removing and refixing


the Plumbing fixtures

Digging earth for


plumbing work

Spray painting

Cutting of wood /
plywood
WORK
MAJOR WORK
Chipping & Chiseling of
Plywood

Lifting heavy loads


1
Changing a bulb / Tube
light

Check for loose


connection

Chipping of RCC walls

Corian/Montelli cutting
and grinding

Welding

Grinding /stone polishing


DEPARTMENT: PEST CONTROL

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Ela Singh Ms.Anu Chakma Ms.Nee

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Handling of pesticides
R
into portable storage
TROL
PEST CONTROL
Storage of Pesticides R

Use of Pesticides R

Rodent Capture R

Spraying of pesticides in
shaft and confined R
spaces

Dilution of Pesticides R
DEPARTMENT: JIVA SPA

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr.Mantosh Chatterjee Mr.Ravi Mr.Mus

Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)


1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )
Swimming in pool R

Walking around the pool R

Swimming in pool or use


R
of spa pools
Swimming in pool or Spa
R
pool use

Sun bathing at pool side R

Walking in Spa treatment


NR
or therapy room

Taking Spa therapy or


massages

Taking Spa therapy or


R
massages on bed
Spa theraphy or
R
massage

Spa theraphy or
massage using hot oil or R
stones

Use of Steam rooms for


R
steam bath

Use of Steam rooms for


R
steam bath

Use of Steam rooms for


R
steam bath
Use of Steam rooms for
R
steam bath

Use of vitality pool R

Use of vitality pool R

Walking on floor in wet


areas,shower
R
rooms,changing room
etc.

Taking hot shower R


A AND SPA

1
Doing exercise R

JIVA AND SPA


1

Exercise using gym


R
equipments

Doing Exercise R
Exercise using gym
R
equipments

Walking around
R
gym/cardio room

Excersing with weights R

Excersing with weights


R
and machines

Yoga and exercise in


R
groups
Guests inappropriate
R
behaviour

Use of change
R
rooms/lockers by guests

Use of toilets by guests R

Handling of chemicals
and hazardous R
substances

Wet hand work, eg


washing hair, working R
with wet hair
Use of hair dressing
products and chemicals
eg bleaches, colouring,
R
perm solutions,
sterilising liquid, cleaning
chemicals

Walking around the


R
Salon

Use of electrical
R
equipment's in salon

Standing during shifts R

Cutting or shaving R
Emergency situation &
R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

DEPARTMENT: FIRE SAFETY

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Rothin Banerjee Mr.Shomik Das Gu


Degree of Impact: (Severity – S)
1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health & safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health & safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Fire fighting

Operation fire pumps


R
HTING
FIRE FIGHTING
R
1

Operation of DG Set

Unloading of Diesel from


Tankers

Fire Detection

R
KITCHEN

Work done in General


kitchen areas including
2 work tables, cooking
ranges and corridors.
KITCHE
Work done in General
kitchen areas including
2 work tables, cooking
ranges and corridors.
R

Normal work in

BEVERAG
restaurant like lighting R
FOOD candles etc
3 AND

E
Storage of solid fuel R
LAUNDRY

Dryer operation R

Washing machine
4 operation
R

Operations in the laundry


HORTICULTURE

R
area

Peeling of Coconuts R
5 Removal of Cocunut
leaves and Garden R
waste
DEPARTMENT: TEA LOUNGE

HIRA PARTICIPANTS: Mr. Harshil Bhavasir Mr.Ashutosh Kapo

Degree of Impact: (Severuty – S)

1= No/Negligible impact (unlikely to have an adverse impact on health


& safety)

2= Minor (unlikely to result in a minor impact on health & safety)

3= Moderate(likely to result in a a minor impact on health & safety)

4= Serious (likely to result in a moderate impact on health & safety)

5= Extremely serious (likely to result in a serious impact on health &


safety)

ACTIVITY TYPE
S. NO AREA ACTIVITY
Routine ( R )

Cutting vegetables /
R
garnish
Operating electric
R
equipments
Cleaning CCG wiping R

Operating mixer grinder R

Standing for long hours R


Standing in high ambient
R
temperature

Lifting heavy weight and


R
tables and chairs

Walking on broken floor R

Handling/ serving of
R
food, perishable dishes

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents

Emergency situation &


R
foreceeable accidents
Tea Lounge

Decoration work for


events by outside R
vendors
1
Lighting work by outside
vendors

Working on False Ceiling


Working on Chandelier

Cleaning on Glass
R
Windows

Painting and Polishing


work at Height

Changing the bulb at


R
height

Working on Glass
R
Washer

Cleaning of Glass
R
Artifacts

Working with refrigerator R


Working with Ice Cube
R
Machine
TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Ms. Divya Saluja, Mr. Tarush Gupta, Mr. Sudhir Barabari, Ms. Nikita Das & Enti

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)

1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)
Muscular strain while
Talking on phone excess talking on phone,
Numbness

Slip Trip during the


Climbing staircase up Body Injury
and down

Countinous Working on
Strain in eyes
computers

Countinous sitting Ergonomics

Accident during the


Body Injury
travel

HOTEL TAJ DIPLOMAT


HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

va, Ms. Geeta Sethi

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Contact of Chemical with Skin Irritation/ Eye


Body/ Eyes irretation
Contact of Chemical with Skin Irritation/ Eye
Body/ Eyes irretation

Contact of Chemical with Skin Irritation/ Eye


Body/ Eyes irretation

Direct exposure to UV
Skin cancer
light

Exposure / inhale of toxic


Microbial contamination
gas/ cross contamination

Exposure/ inhale of toxic


Microbial contamination
gas/ cross contamination

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

ee, Mr. Vasant Ravindran, Duty Managers, GRE Team

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Moving the Luggage Disbalance, Back


from & to the room problem

Pathway not even Injury, bruise, muscle


chances of accident sprain
Electric Shock Body Injury

Standing for long hours Physical fatigue, pain

Unexpected event of an
Body Injury
accident

Sitting continuously for Back problem, neck


long hours sprain

Continousely working on Back problem, neck


computer sprain

Continousely working on
Eye Strain
computer screen

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


Mahesh and IT Persons

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Body injury/Electric
Touching of live wire
shock

Preventive maintenance
in Server room, checking
of termination, back up Electric shock and
taking etc., Breakdown slip/trip
maintenance in Server
room

Electrical connection of
Electric shock
machines
Countinous working on
Strain in eyes
computers
Countinous sitting Ergonomics

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Neha Kishorpuriya, Mr.Surjeet Chopra, Mrs.Leena Bidani, Mr.Manoj Sharma

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Termite growth/ fire


Too many records in
catch/ house for rodents
wooden cupboards
leading to diseases

Property Loss/ Loss of


Fire Hazard
Life

Continious sitting on Cervical/ spondolysis/


chair back problems etc

Muscular strain while


Talking on phone excess talking on phone,
Numbness

Slip Trip during the


Climbing staircase up Body Injury
and down

Countinous Working on
Strain in eyes
computers

Countinous sitting Ergonomics

Accident during the


Body Injury
travel
TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

ash, Mr.Visheh, Mr.Rana, Mr.Kailash

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)
Body Injury/ Bruise/ Back
Slip/ trip
Pain

Body Injury/ Bruise/ Back


Slip/ trip
Pain

Slip/ trip,electric shock


while using Walk In Injury, bruise, back pain
Cooler,Body injury

Slipping from ladder on


floor while stacking of
goods, goods slipping Injury, bruise, back pain
from rack & falling on
head while stacking

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

BANQUETS

r.Sudhir Barabari, Mr.Ashutosh Kapoor, Mr.Jagret Bedi, Restaurant Ops Team


Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Cut/bruise Bleeding

Shaking of mixer Body injury

Electric shock/ Body


Contact with live wire
Injury

Stress and strain due to


Fatigue to hand
improper technique
1. Body Injury due to
improper handling
Contact with live wire
and fatigue to hand
2. Electric shock due to
shorting of phase

Fatigue due to standing


Muscular strain
and falling
Exposure to excess heat Dehydration & fatigue

Slip/ trip Sprain/ Fractured

Movement obstruction
Body Injury
which may result in hit

Making sitting
arrangement for Bqt Back pain/Body Injury
function

Slip/ trip Body Injury

Broken glass ware from


Cut/ Bruise
the bottles

Spillage of food while


Burn/ injury
serving

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured

Staff can get injured with


working with machines/ Body Injury
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work
Falling from height Body Injury/ Fatality

Touching of live wire Electrocution

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Chakma, Mrs.Neetu Jain


Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

1. Falling objects
Muscular stress due to
stretching
2.Slip/ trip

Door too tight Muscular strain

1. Stuck by the sharp


Dust lying on the edges,
furniture and sharp
edges 2.
Muscular stress,

Slip/ trip Body injury


Getting in contact with Chemical burns due to
chemical spillage/Vapor inhalation

Getting in contact with


Electrocution
electricity

Stress in body result in


Body injury/ fractured
falling due to stress
Body injury/ fractured/
Working on height
fatality
Body injury/ fractured/
Working on height
fatality

Coming in contact with


Cut, Bruise
sharp edges

Coming in contact with Chemical burns due to


chemical spillage/ Vapor inhalation

Muscular strain due to


Fatigue, stress on body continuous bending &
stretching

Getting
Infection/cut
contamination/injury

Falling at height Body injury/ fractured

Coming in contact with Chemical burns due to


chemical spillage/ Vapor inhalation

Getting in touch with


Electrocution
electricity
Getting in touch with
Electrocution
electricity
Lifting weight more than Muscular stress & stuck
the capacity by sharp edges

Getting in touch with


Electrocution
electricity
Doing it without wearing Breathing issues and
mask respiratory problems
Getting in contact with
Electrocution
electricity

In case of an emergency
staff will not be able to Can result into a
communicate/explain the calamity
emergency situation

Falling objects, trip and Muscular stress due to


fall stretching

Lifting the amenities Muscular strain

Stuck by the sharp


Cut,bruise
edges

Dusting of furniture and


Breathin issues
cupboards
Handling electrical
Electrocution
equipments

Chemical burns due to


Handling of chemicals
spillage/ Vapor inhalation

Handling of electrical
Electrocution
equipments

Climbing and trimming


of tree which result in Body injury/ fatality
falling
Cut/bruise/ inhalation of
Cutting of bark/branch dust result in respiratory
problems
Mowing & trimming Stones/ nails injuring the
grass in garden legs
Digging of earth for Hairy caterpillars, honey
plantation, Resetting of bee & other insects
earth biting
Sweeping of
Inhalation of dust result
pathway,driveway,groun
in breathing problems
d space

Slip/trip Body injury

Slip/trip Body injury

Tripping on floor while


lifting & unloading of
goods, Goods slipping Body injury/ fractured
from hand & falling on
body
Slipping from ladder on
floor while stacking of Body injury/ fractured
goods

Goods slipping from rack


& falling on head while Body injury/ fractured
stacking

Inhaling stone dust while


Respiratory problem,
carrying out stone
health issues
polishing
Chemical can can burst Burns, allergy,
or leak respiratory problem

Spillage, non use of


chemicals within shelf Burn injuries/ breathing
life,materials leading to problems
disposals

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

un, Mr.Saabir
Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Accident due to Physical injury/body


disbalance of trolley injury

Handling & lifting of


chemical cans,
Health issues resulting
decanting of chemicals &
from the chemical
dozing result in spillage
of chemicals

Slip/ trip and jamming of


finger while using Body injury/ cut/ bruise
machine

Opening of panel & D.B


Electrocution
cover
Refilling the Solvent in
the machine result Respiratory issues
ininhalation of chemical
Steam leakage, Burning of fingers/ body
generation of Heat injury

While tightening & Fingers getting jam in


straitening of linen feed the belt

Chemical cans can


burns, allergy,
open/ burst while
respiratory problem
handling

Chemical can can burst burns, allergy,


or leak respiratory problem

Spillage, non use of


chemicals within shelf Land contamination/
life,materials leading to Burn injury
disposals

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work
TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Ramesh Shokeen, Mr.Naveen, Ms.Neha, Mr. Aditya, Ms.Heena

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)
Spread of infection Health issues

Returning to their homes Mishap with ladies/


alone in night harrasement

Continousely working on Back problem, neck


computer sprain

Contact with sharp


Cut/ bruise
edges

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


. Girish Sharma

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Falling due to imbalance


NR Body injury/ fractured
due to broken ladder

Removing electrical
NR connections of the A.C Electrocution
unit
Climbing the ladder may
NR result in falling from Body injury/ fractured
height
Slipping of wrench and
Slipping of wrench and
NR hitting on head while
hitting on head
using plumbing fixtures
Chasing of walls & brick
work may result in
NR Electrocution
damaging of electrical
wire

Breathing issues and


NR Paint mist in air
respiratory diseases
Cutting of wood /
Breathing issues and
NR plywood result in saw
respiratory diseases
dust
Chipping & Chiseling of
NR Cuts due to use of chisel
Plywood
Leakage of Copper Pipe
NR Burning of eyes
line
Laying of new copper
NR Burning of eyes
pipe line
Puncture & breakdown
NR Body injury/fractured
of existing old pipeline
NR Falling from height Body injury/fractured
Changing a bulb / Tube
NR Electrocution
light

Changing a bulb / tube Fall from height result in


NR
light up to height 30 feet body injury and fractured

Check for loose


NR Electrocution
connection

NR Glanding of cables Cut injury

Checking of circuit
NR Electrocution
breaker

Replacing of faulty mcb /


NR switch / electrical Cut injury, Electric shock
component

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


NR
property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
NR working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
NR
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work
TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

TRICAL SAFETY

r. Shomik Dasgupta, Mr. Yash Sharma, Mr Anay Taggar, Mr. Akshat Gandhi

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)
Electrocution/ Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/ Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
NR Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
NR Touching of live wire
problems

Noise from operation/


hearing problem
burning of fuel

blast of
physical
battery/leakage/short
injury/death/burn injuries
circuit

electrocution/physical
NR Touching of live wire
injuries
Electrocution/Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Touching of live wire/fall Electrocution/Breathing


from height problems/physical injury

Electrocution/Breathing
NR Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
Touching of live wire
problems

Burns/
Carrying out welding electrocution/physical
injury
Skin exposure to oil
Skin Irritation, rashing,
NR while filtration or
suffocation
transfering

Touching of live wire


NR Electrocution/fatality
while digging

Loss of life and property Electrocution or Shock

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

.Rajkumar Chowdhary, Mr.Umesh, Mr.Kaushik, Mr.Manjeet


Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Puncture
wounds/Blisters on the Body Injury
feet

Muscular strain Body pain

Slips & fall Body Injury

Dehydration due to heat


Sickness
&humidity

Insect bite and snake


Death/Injury
bite

Muscular stress due to


bending / frisking Fatigue and internal
/stretching while opening injury
up packages
Muscular fatigue Internal injury

Dehydration due to heat


Sickness
& humidity

Respiratory and
Exposure to pollution
breathing issues
Touching live wire Eelctrocution

Skin disease when


Exposure to X-ray
exposure to Xray

Driving while parking


which can lead to an Body injury
accident

Stress on eye sight Eye irritation

Touching of live wire Eelctrocution

NR Varicose veins Health Problems

Slips and falls Body injury/fractured

Emergency Response Injury

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

Staff and guest can get


NR Explosion/fire
Fatal injuries/ loss of life
TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Mr.Ravi Bhatia, Mr.Abhishekh Garg

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)
Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,
injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,

Spillage of hot water on


Staff may trip
floor

Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat

Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to


food-causing burns spillage,

Injury to back / legs,


Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Bruise and cuts on


Injury to finger/hands
hands and legs
Exposure to continuous Staff can faint, injury to
heat from burning any body part,
charcoal dehydration and fatigue

Placing/ removing items


Burn injuries
from hot tandoor

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Touching of live wire Injury to any body part

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

aramjeet, Mr.Joshi

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may trip
floor

Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat

Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to


food-causing burns spillage,

Injury to back / legs,


Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Exposure to continuous Staff can faint, injury to


heat from burning any body part,
charcoal dehydration and fatigue

Placing/ removing items


Burn injuries
from hot tandoor

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Touching of live wire Injury to any body part


Accidents due to
Human loss, asset loss
misunderstanding or
in case of accidents
misinterpretation

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping

Sudden outburst of
Burn injury
flames

Direct contact with steam Burn injury

Touching hot equipment Burn injury

Touching sharp blade Cut/ bruise injury

Touching of live wire Electrocution

Cut injury/ electrical


Cleaning the blade
shock

Electric shock due to


Touching of live wire
short circuit

Contact with wax fuels


Electrical shock, burns
and touching of live wire

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of food Burn injury

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment
Staff can meet with an
accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

h, Mr.Kohli

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may loose balance
floor
Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat
Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to
food-causing burns spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Bruise and cuts on


Injury to finger/hands
hands and legs
Exposure to continuous Staff can faint, injury to
heat from burning any body part,
charcoal dehydration and fatigue

Placing/ removing items


Burn injuries
from hot tandoor

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock


Touching of live wire Injury to any body part

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping

Sudden outburst of
Burn injury
flames

Direct contact with steam Burn injury

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of food Burn injury

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


Mr.Ravi Bhatia, Mr.Abhishekh Garag

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may loose balance
floor
Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat
Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to
food-causing burns spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Bruise and cuts on


Injury to finger/hands
hands and legs
Exposure to continuous Staff can faint, injury to
heat from burning any body part,
charcoal dehydration and fatigue

Placing/ removing items


Burn injuries
from hot tandoor

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of food Burn injury

Spillage of food Burns


Sudden outburst of
Burn injury
flames

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Harshit
Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may loose balance
floor
Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat
Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to
food-causing burns spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones
Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Sudden outburst of
Burn injury
flames

Direct contact with heat burn injury

Cleaning of blade Cut, injury, fracture

Fingers getting stuck


Fracture, injury
between the rollers

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may trip
floor
Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat
Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to
food-causing burns spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Exposure to continuous Staff can faint, injury to


heat from burning any body part,
charcoal dehydration and fatigue

Placing/ removing items


Burn injuries
from hot tandoor

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Touching of live wire Injury to any body part

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping
Sudden outburst of
Burn injury
flames

Direct contact with steam Burn injury

Touching sharp blade Cut/bruise injury

Touching of live wire Electrocution

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of food Burn injury

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Fracture
the rollers

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


athew , Mr.Rawat , Mr.Jaganmohan

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may loose balance
floor
Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat
Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to
food-causing burns spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping

Sudden outburst of
Burn injury
flames

Direct contact with steam Burn injury

Touching hot equipment burn injury

Touching sharp blade Cut/bruise injury

Touching of live wire Electrocution

cut injury/ electrical


Cleaning the blade
shock

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of food Burn injury


Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get
property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Injury to back / legs,


Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones
Back pain ,leg pain or
Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage
Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Cleaning of blade Cuts/bruise

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

hi, Mr.Vineet
Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Spillage of hot water on Burn injuries due to


user spillage,
Spillage of hot water on
Staff may loose balance
floor
Dehydration due to
Staff can faint, injury to
exposure to extreme
any body part
heat
Spillage of sauces / hot Burn injuries due to
food-causing burns spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Staff can come in close
contact with steam & dry Burn injuries
hot air

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of hot oil Burn injuries


Fingers can get
caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Exposure to continuous Staff can faint, injury to


heat from burning any body part,
charcoal dehydration and fatigue

Placing/ removing items


Burn injuries
from hot tandoor

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Touching of live wire Injury to any body part

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Spillage of water, Burns, electrocution,


leakage of water slipping

Spillage of food Burns

Direct contact with steam Burn injury

Touching hot equipment Burn injury

Touching sharp blade Cut/bruise injury

Touching of live wire Electrocution

Cut injury/ electrical


Cleaning the blade
shock
Electric shock due to
Touching of live wire
short circuit

Contact with wax fuels


Electrical shock, burns
and touching of live wire

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Spillage of food Burn injury

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

r.Anil
Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Injury to back / legs,


Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Back pain ,leg pain or


Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Accidents due to non Human loss, asset loss


understanding in case of accidnets

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Use of sharp knives Cut and bruise

Finger caught in
Cut and bruise
between the mincer
Touching of live wire electrocution

Finger caught in
between the bone saw Cut and bruise
machine

Touching of live wire electrocution

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

ender
Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Fingers may get cut, Excessive bleeding,


injury to fingers infection

Injury to back / legs,


Fatigue / muscular stress
vericose veins
Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Fingers can get


caught/stuck between Injury to finger/hands
the grinding stones
Back pain ,leg pain or
Muscular strain fractured due to lifting
heavy weight

Transporting and
Allergy, viral fever
segreggation of garbage

Touching of live wire Electrical shock

Cleaning of blade Cuts/bruise


Finger caught between
Cut injury / fracture
the stone blades

Touching of live wire Electrocution

Finger caught in
between the slicing Cut/ injury
blades

Touching of live wire Electrocution

finger caught in between


Cut injury
the slicing blades

Improper inuslation of
Touching of live wire
wire and earthing

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


, Mr.Inayat Khan, Mr.Sunil Singh

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Excessive use of
cleaning chemicals, Bruise, cut
scotch brite scrub

Possibility of breakage of
Bruise, cut
glassware

Generation of charcoal Inhalation, allergy,


dust respiratory problem
Possibility of skin
damage, spillage of Allergy, burn
silver dip
Possibility of injury on a
Body Injury and fractured
slippery Floor

Health of handler Sick

Person getting locked in


Hypothermia/ death
cold store
Chemical cans can
Burns, allergy,
open/ burst while
respiratory problem
handling

Chemical can can burst Burns, allergy,


or leak respiratory problem

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

Electrocution
Touching of live wire
Use of high pressure
Body Injury and fractured
steam

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


.Shomik Dasgupta Mr.Yash Sharma Mr.Parvez Mr.Naresh Mr. Shailesh Kumar

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Falling down due to


NR imbalance or broken Body injury/fractured
ladder

NR Touching of live wire Electrocution

Slipping of wrench and Body injury/muscular


NR
hitting on body pain

Touching of wire while


NR Electrocution/death
digging

Coming in contact with Hand & eye irritation due


NR
chemical to chemical dosing

Hands coming in way of


NR Body injury/Cut/Bruise
blade and material
Hands coming in way of
NR blade and material/ dust Body injury/Cut/Bruise
going in eyes

Transporting heavy
NR Muscular pain/fatigue
loads through shoulder

NR Touching of live wire Electrocution

NR Touching of live wire Electrocution

NR Debris falling on head Body injury/fractured

Inhaling of
corian/montelli while Respiratory problem,
NR
carrying out health issues
cutting/polishing

NR Carrying out welding Burns, electrocution

Contact with Grinder


NR Hand Injury
Cutter

Grinding dust enters into


NR Eyes damage
eyes

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


Chakma Ms.Neetu Jain

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Chemical reaction due to


Pesticide
dermal poisoning or
Slip/trip/falls/surge
inhalation
Chemical reaction due to
Pesticide Slip/trip/fall
dermal poisoning or
Non use of pesticides
inhalation
within shelf life
Body injury/fractured

Chemical reaction due to


Pesticide
dermal poisoning or
Slip/trip/falls/surge
inhalation

Physical injury and


Rodent bite or scratch
infection

Slipping/exposure to
Physical injury, dermal
toxic enviroment/contact
poisoning or inhalation of
with safety hazards
toxic gases
items

Fire & explosion due to


Physical injury/fire
diesel dilution

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


Mr.Ravi Mr.Mushtaq Mr.Thanil

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)
• Falling unexpectedly
into water
• Easy unauthorized
access to pools
• Not being able to swim
• Alcohol consumption
Drowning or near
• Excessive ‘horseplay’
drowing
or overexuberant
behaviour
• Swimming outside the
depth of the user
• Breath-hold swimming
and divingrs

• Slippery decks
• Glass or rubbish Physical injury, drowning
around the pool area

Micro-organism
development like
Illness, infection or
bacteria, Fungi,E-coli,
allergy
Legionella, algae.
Accumulation of biofilms
Exposure to chemical
hazards through
• Direct ingestion of
water
Illness, infection or
• inhalation of volatile or
allergy
aerosolized solutes
• dermal contact and
absorption through the
skin

Dehydration, Sun Burn,


Acute exposure to heat
premature ageing, DNA
and ultraviolet (UV)
damage , tanning and
radiation in sunlight
skin cancer

Slipping on floor or floor Physical injury,


being too cold/hot Sensation or discomfort

Skin exposure to Allegric reactions, skin


NR
chemicals and herbs sensitization

Falling from the bed or Physical injury,cut,


bed collapse bruise
Infection, Illness, allergic
Cross contamination
reaction

Contact with heat


Skin burn
oil/stone

Suffocation, burns, heat


sensation, blurred vision,
faintness

Heat exhaustion or heat


stress/stoke, dehydration

Infection/Allergy

Skin exposure

Currrent leak from


Electrocution or electrical
electrical fixtures and
shock
lightning
Physical injury, cuts,
Slippery Floor
bruises

Physical injury, cuts,


Slippery Floor
bruises

Currrent leak from


Electrocution or electrical
electrical fixtures and
shock
lightning

Physical injury, cuts,


Slippery Floor
bruises

Exposure of naked skin


to high temperature Skin burn
water
Over exertion while Physical injury, body
excersing stress/pain, sprain

Damaged or poorly Physical injury, cuts,


maintained equipment's bruises

Obstacles on floor, loose Trips/fall leading to


carpets or tiles, electrical physical injury, cuts,
cords, etc. bruises
Improper use of Physical injury, body
machinery stress/pain, sprain

Exercise machines
obstructing the
Trips/fall leading to
walkway/being struck
physical injury, cuts,
by the movement of
bruises
machines

Hazard from weights and Trips/fall leading to


other equipment left on physical injury, cuts,
floor bruises ,body
Manual handling/lifting stress/pain, sprain

Risk of infection from


unhygienic conditions
Skin Infection ,allergy
(eg. sweat on gym
equipment)

Flooring in studio being


Trips/fall leading to
not appropriate for the
physical injury, cuts,
exercise being
bruises
performed
Harassment to
staff/members by
Mental stress
irritate/aggressive
members

Slips/fall leading to
Slippery Floor physical injury, cuts,
bruises

unclean sinks,
overflowing bins, empty Infection, Allergical
soap dispensers infection

Infection, Allergical
Skin Exposure
infection

Dermatitis, increased
Skin Exposure sensitivity, severely dry
skin
Face, eye and skin Eye, skin or breathing
exposure to chemicals irritation or allergy

Slippery floor or
Body injury/fractured
obstacles

Currrent leak from


Electrocution or
electrical fixtures and
electrical shock
equipment's

Musculoskeletal injuries,
eg back pain, neck
Long standing during
shoulder injuries and
working hours
pain or discomfort in feet
and legs.

Use of Blades , scissors Physical injury, cuts,


and sharp instruments Infection
Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get
property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured with


Staff can get major/
working with machines/
minor injuries
equipment

Staff can meet with an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R

.Shomik Das Gupta Mr.Harinder Goel Mr.Yash Sharma


Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)
1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Burns, Lacerations,
NR Burns to body
Abrassions, Asphyxia

Injury to hands and


fingers due to moving Cuts and Bruises
parts.

Fire due to electrical


short circuit/thermocol Burns to body
insulation of AHU room
Fire due to leakage of oil
from Diesel engine and Burns to body
day oil tank

Electrical fire in the


NR alternater/ control panel/ Burns to body
switch gear.

Fire hazard of
surrounding due to Burns to body
overheating

Fire during transportation


Burns to body
of diesel

Fire in the parking area Burns to body

Fire detection not


Burns to body, Fatality
happening

Fire due to overheating


of oil or leakage of gas Burns to body
line.
Fire in the exhaust Burns to body, Damage
hoods to property

Fire on the ranges Burn injuries

Fire due to short circuit Burn injuries to body

Fire whiel storing of


Burn injuries to body
chemicals

Fire and smoke below


Burn injuries to body
the chute

Fire due to lint


Burn injuries to body
accumulation

Fire during operation Burn injuries to body

Fire due to coconut husk Burn Injuries

Fire due to the dried


Burn Injuries
garden waste

TAJ DIPLOMATIC E

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & R


.Ashutosh Kapoor Mr.Jagret Bedi

Frequency of Impact: (Occurrence –O)


1= Unexpected ( no occurrence in last 2 years)

2= Rarely expected ( occurrence of more than 2 times a year)

3= Moderately Expected ( more than 3 times in six months)

4= Likely (More than 3 times a month)

5= Most Likely to occur ( 1 or more times in a week)

ACTIVITY TYPE
RISK IDENTIFIED
HAZARD IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Non-Routine (NR)

Cut/bruise Bleeding

Touch wuth live wire Electrocution


Hand injury due to
Fatigue to hand
improper handling
Hand injury due to
Direct touch to live wire improper handling and
and fatigue to hand electric shock due to
short circuut
Fatigue due to standing
Muscular strain
and falling
Exposure to excess heat Dehydration & fatigue

Making sutting
arrangement for Bqt Back pain/Body Injury
function

Slip/ trip Body Injury

Spillage of food while


Burn/ injury
serving

Damage to life & Staff/ guest can get


property injured, loose their lives

Staff can get injured


wuth working wuth Body Injury
machines/ equipment

Staff can meet wuth an


accident while going to Staff can get major/
work/ coming back from minor injuries
work

Falling from height Body Injury/ Fataluty

NR Touching of live wire Electrocution

NR Falling from height Body Injury/ Fataluty


NR Falling from height Body Injury/ Fataluty

Falling from height &


Bleeding
Cut/bruise

Falling from height and


NR suffocation due to lonf Body Injury
exposure of chemicals

Falling from height and Body Injury and


Direct touch to live wire Electrocution

Direct touch to live wire Bleeding and


and Cut/bruise Electrocution

Falling from height and Hand injury due to


Cut/bruise improper handling

Direct touch to live wire Electrocution

Direct touch to live wire Electrocution


TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

rabari, Ms. Nikita Das & Entire S&M Team

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)

1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate the hazard

a year) 2= High likelihood that current controls would detect hazard

nths) 3= Expected likelihood that hazard would be detected by current con

4= Moderate likelihood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known con

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal
1. Improper use of
control measures.
N
2. Improper body posture
during the activity

1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Inadequate training

1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Inadequate breaks

1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Inadequate breaks

1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Human
oversight/error.

HOTEL TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE


ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Reaction of the
chemical with human
anatomy
1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Reaction of the
chemical with human
anatomy

1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Reaction of the
chemical with human
anatomy

1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Reaction of the UV
with human anatomy

1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Reaction of the UV
with human anatomy

1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Reaction of microbes
with human anatomy

1. Non adherence to
control measures
A
2. Improper knowledge
of handling

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE


ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Team

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazard

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

1. Non adherence to
control measures
N
2. Improper handling of
weights

Improper way of walking N


Non adherence to
N
control measures

Improper posture N

1. Non adherence to
safety norms and
regulations N

2. Human error

Improper posture N

Improper posture N

Improper posture N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Non adherence to Safety


N
norms

Non adherence to Safety


N
norms

Non adherence to Safety


N
norms
Not giving proper rest
N
and break
Not giving proper rest
N
and break

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

a Bidani, Mr.Manoj Sharma

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Non adherece of pest


N
control schedule

Non adherence of fire


N
safety training

Non adherence of giving


break of 5-7 min/ gym/ N
meditation

1. Improper use of
control measures.
N
2. Improper body posture
during the activity

1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Inadequate training
1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Inadequate breaks
1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Inadequate breaks
1. Improper method of
performing the activity
N
2. Human
oversight/error.
TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal
1. Non adherence to
usage of anti skid shoes
N
2. Improper posture
while lifting- Material
Hnadling

1. Non adherence to
N
usage of anti skid shoes

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

t Bedi, Restaurant Ops Team, Banquet Ops Team


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper use of knives


N
and cutting techniques

Improper way of mixing


N
and lack of training

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Lack of training N

1. Lack of traiining
N
2. Improper earthing

Improper shoes and rest N


Improper cooling and
N
use of first aid

Improper use of
N
signages

Non use of spacious


N
area for the trolleys

Use of inadequate load


N
and disbalance of load

Improper inspection
schedule and unsafe N
condition reporting

Non adherence of safety


standards and improper N
use of PPE control

Improper handling
N
procedure and technique

Improper use of mock


drills and awarenesss

Non awareness of near


miss and safety N
precautions

Non awareness of
N
safety's while driving
Non use of safety
A
helmets and safety belts

Non use of safety


A
standards

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Inadequte and irregular


N
training

Irregular maintenance of
N
the door hinges

Inadequte and irregular


N
training

Non adherence if safety


N
signages
Non adherence of spill
kit and inadequate N
training

Improper earthing N

Improper rotation N
Non adherence of safety
N
standard
Non adherence of safety
N
standard

Non adherence of safety


N
gloves and first aid

Non adherence of spill


kit and inadequate N
training

Improper rotation N

Improper way of
N
handling garbage

Non adherence of safety


N
standard

Inadequate training and


N
first aid

Inproper earthing N

Inproper earthing N
Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Inproper earthing A
Improper way of wearing
N
mask
Improper insulation and
N
earthing

Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Improper rotation and


N
break

Improper rotation and


N
break

Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Improper use of PPEs N

Improper earthing N

Improper use of
N
chemicals and MSDS

Improper earthing N

Non adherence to
existing control N
measures
Non adherence to
existing control N
measures
Non use of safety shoes
N
and gloves
Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Inadequate use of PPEs N

Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Non adherence to use of


N
ladder,safety helmet

Non adherence to use of


N
ladder,safety helmet

Non adherence to use of


N
ladder,safety helmet

Non adherence to
existing control N
measures
Non adherence to
existing control N
measures

Improper storage and


N
non awareness of MSDS

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Inadequate reporting
N
through yellow cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper maintenance or
N
handling of linen trolley

Inhalation of chemical
N
result in breathing issues

Improper handling &


maintenance of N
machines

Improper earthing N

Inadquate use of
N
mask,safety measures
Non adherence of
N
control measures

Improper training and


proper checking of safety N
measures in machine

Improper way of
N
handling the chemicals

Improper way of
N
handling the chemicals

Improper way of
N
handling the chemicals

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N
TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

ya, Ms.Heena

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal
Improper disposal or
N
handling

Improper defence
training and improper A
verification of drivers

Improper posture N

Improper way of opening


N
drawers

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Non adherence of safety


N
standard

Non adherence of safety


N
standard

Non adherence of safety


N
standard

Inadequate and improper


training for plumbing N
fixtures

Non adherence of safety


A
standard

Non adherence of safety


N
standard and masks
Non adherence of safety
N
standard and masks

Non use of first aid and


N
lack of training
Non adherence of safety
N
standards
Non adherence of safety
N
standards
Non adherence of safety
N
standards
Non adherence of safety
N
standards
Non adherence of safety
N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Inadequate training and


N
improper use of tools

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N
TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Taggar, Mr. Akshat Gandhi

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)

1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazard

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by curren

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazar

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any know

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal
Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing

High decibel Noise is


produced when the DG
is run for NO Load trail
also Non adherence to N
Safety Rules set in place
also plays a role in the
potenial Risk

The chemical used in the


Batteries are highly toxic
and can cause serious
injuries in case of battery
N
blast. Not using proper
PPE incase of these
situations also plays a
role

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing
Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes,impr
A
oper earhting and safety
helmet

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and N
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and A
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and A
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and A
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and A
improper earthing

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and A
improper earthing

Non adherence of saftey


shoes,goggles,hot permit A
and work permit
Miss handling of oil
leading to spillage
casuing skin Irratation
and rashing on the
A
exposed skin. Not using
proper PPE incase of
these situations also
plays a role

Non adherence of
LOTO,gloves,shoes and A
improper earthing

Non adherence to the Safety Norms and LOTO A

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Mr.Manjeet
Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Non adherence of safety


N
standards- Safety shoes.

Improper rotation after a


N
certain period

Improper procedure and


N
technique

Inadequate availability of
N
water

Inadquate knowledge of
N
emergency scenarios

Improper use of first aid


N
and safety precautions
Improper roation and use
N
of first aid

Inadequate availability of
N
water

Not wearing of mask N


Improper insulation and
N
earthing

Improper maintenance
and strip curtain for Xray N
machine

Improper traing for safe


N
driving

No provision of view
N
guard
Improper insulation and
N
earthing
Improper roatation of
N
staff
Improper use of
N
signages
Improper training for sign
N
language

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

Improper mock drills and


awareness programmes
TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal
Improper training or
mishandling- cutting of N
vegetables

mishandling of container N

Improper signage and


N
ergonomics

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Mishandling of content
N
and ergonomics

Improper breaks or shifts N

Improper use of gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Improper covering when


N
in use
Inadequate fresh air and
N
medical treatment

Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training or
mishandling- cutting of N
vegetables

mishandling of container N
Improper signage and
N
ergonomics

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Mishandling of content
N
and ergonomics

Improper breaks or shifts N

Improper use of gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments
Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training
Improper training and
use of high pressure gas N
range
Non use of safety gloves
N
and training

Non use of safety gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
use of equipment

Improper insulation of
N
wire
Improper insulation of
wire and inadequate N
training
Improper training and
use of kitchen N
equipments

Improper training on use


N
of kitchen equipments

Improper insulation and


use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards
Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper training to staff N


Improper sigange and
N
training

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Inadequate training N

Improper breaks or shifts N

Improper use of gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Improper covering when


N
in use

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training
Improper training and
use of high pressure gas N
range
Non use of safety gloves
N
and training
Improper insulation and
use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper training to staff N


Improper sigange and
N
training

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Inadequate training N

Improper breaks or shifts N


Improper use of gloves
N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Improper covering when


N
in use

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training
Improper insulation and
use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments
Improper training and
use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training and
use of high pressure gas N
range

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training to staff N


Improper sigange and
N
training

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Inadequate training N

Improper breaks or shifts N

Improper use of gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments
Improper insulation of
N
wire

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper training and
use of high pressure gas N
range
Improper training and
N
use of hand gloves
Improper training and
use of dough mixer N
machine
Improper training and
use of dough sheater N
machine

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE


ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper training to staff N


Improper sigange and
N
training
Inadequate fresh air and
N
medical treatment

Inadequate training N

Improper breaks or shifts N

Improper use of gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training
Improper training and
use of high pressure gas N
range
Non use of safety gloves
N
and training

Improper training and


N
use of equipment

Improper insulation of
N
wire
Improper insulation and
use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments
Improper training of
sugarcane machine on
regular interval of time

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper training to staff N


Improper sigange and
N
training

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Inadequate training N

Improper breaks or shifts N


Improper use of gloves
N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training
Improper training and
use of high pressure gas N
range
Non use of safety gloves
N
and training

Non use of safety gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
use of equipment

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Improper training on use


N
of blender and first aid kit

Improper insulation and


use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments
Improper mock drills and
N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper breaks or shifts N


Improper training and
N
PM of equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper training on use
N
of kitchen equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazard

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper training to staff N


Improper sigange and
N
training

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Inadequate training N

Improper breaks or shifts N

Improper use of gloves


N
and training

Improper training and


N
PM of equipments

Improper use of frying


N
equipments
Improper training and
N
use of equipments

Improper insulation of
N
wire

Inadequate fresh air and


N
medical treatment

Improper supervision
N
and training

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene
Improper supervision
N
and training
Improper training and
use of kitchen N
equipments
Non usage of safety
N
gloves and training

Non usage of safety


N
gloves and training

Improper training and


N
use of equipment

Improper insulation of
N
wire
Improper insulation of
wire and inadequate N
training
Improper training and
use of kitchen N
equipments

Improper training on use


N
of kitchen equipments

Improper insulation and


use of kitchen N
equipments
Improper training of
N
kitchen equipments

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazard

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper breaks or shifts N


Improper training and
N
PM of equipments
Improper training and
supervision of carrying N
weights

Improper training and


N
inadequate supervision

Improper supervision
N
and training

Irregular training and


supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene

Inadequate and improper


N
training for use of knives

Improper training on use


of mincing
N
machine/improper use of
first aid kit
Improper insulation and
N
earthing
Improper training on use
of bone saw
N
machine/improper use of
first aid kit
Improper insulation and
N
earthing

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training for the


N
use of cutting vegetables

Improper breaks or shifts N


Improper training and
N
PM of equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments

Improper training and


supervision of carrying N
weights
Irregular training and
supervision of FSMS and N
hygiene

Improper training on use


N
of kitchen equipments

Improper training and


N
use of equipments
Improper training and
N
monitoring of equipment

Improper inuslation of
N
wire and earthing

Improper training and


N
monitoring of equipment

Improper inuslation of
N
wire and earthing

Improper training and


N
monitoring of equipment

Improper inuslation of
N
wire and earthing

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazard

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper training of
cleaning and disposal N
method
Improper training and
use of matt dish for N
glasswares
Improper cleaining and
N
use of mask

Improper training for


N
polishing of cheffing dish

Improper use of
N
signages
Improper use and
disposal of garbage
N
through unauthoriised
vendor
Improper maintenance of
N
cold room door lock
Improper way of
handling
N
chemical,gloves,goggles
and spill kit
Improper way of
handling
N
chemical,gloves,goggles
and spill kit

Improper mock drills and


N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

Improper
insulation,earthing and N
non adherence of LOTO

Improper training and


N
defective pressure gauze

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


r.Naresh Mr. Shailesh Kumar

Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)


1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper use of safety


belt,ladder shoes and N
helmets
Non adherence of
LOTO/goggles/gloves/im N
proper insulation
Improper training of
N
using tools

Non adherence of safety


shoes,insulated N
tools,gloves and earthing

Improper use of safety


mask,goggles and N
uniform

Non adherence of
goggles,gloves and first N
aid kit
Non adherence of
goggles,gloves and first N
aid kit
Non adherence of proper
body postures and load N
sharing
Improper use of
LOTO/Safety N
shoes/gloves/earthing
Improper use of
LOTO/Safety N
shoes/gloves/earthing
Improper way of
barricading and safety N
helmets

Improper use of
gloves/safety N
mask/shoes

Non adherence of work


permit,LOTO,fire
N
extinguisher and welding
glass
Non adherence and use
of work permit and safety N
gloves
Non adherence and use
of work permit and safety N
goggles

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper supervivion
and use of N
mask/goggles/spill kit
Improper use of MSDS
and irregular checking of N
chemicals

Improper supervivion
and use of N
mask/goggles/spill kit

Non adherence of safety


gloves and improper N
tools for catching rodents

Non adherence of masks


,safety shoes and N
goggles

Improper storage of
chemicals/use of
N
flammable chemicals in
prohibited area

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal
Improper training of
lifeguard

Improper signages

Improper
supervision
N
Improper use of
first aid kit

Unavailability of
resucitation and life
guard equipment

and safety

Absence
of anti skit tap at
awimming pool area
N
Improper cleaining

Improper supervision
and cleaning of
Improper circulation of
water
Improper
inspection of filters

Improper
physical inspection
N

Improper maintenance of
chlorine level

Irregular water testing


and analysis of water
Unawareness of pre and
post showers

Improper
filtration and cleaning of
water

Improper maintenance of N
chlorine level

Irregular back wash if


fresh water

Non use of
coagulants

Unawareness of sun
protection cream before N
sun bath4

Improper wearing of foot


wears
Improper N
maintenance of room
temperature

Improper analysis of
enquirring pre allergy
with the guest
N
Improper
supervision and training
of doing massage

Unprofessional use of
massage beds

Unavailability of step for


N
the bed

Improper supervision
while treatment
Non use of sanitized
towels
Improper
training of doing therapy
N
Improper use of herbs
and chemicals for the
treatment

Improper treatment of
guest without analysis of N
their skin sensitivity

Non awareness of
precautions while using
Sauna

Improper medical
briefings
Improper N
maintenance of
temperature controller

Non
awareness of panic
button and supervision
Non awareness of
signages and shower
before Sauna treatmenr
N
Improper
cleaining of room

Improper earthing and


insulation
Improper use of
N
waterproof switches
Non
use of ELCB's
Non awareness of safety
rules,anti slippery shoes
and warning signages

Non use of anti floor mat


N

Improper cleaining of
floor
Improper use of warnign
signages
Non use
N
of anti slip floor

Improper floor cleaning

Improper earthing and


insulation
Improper use of
N
waterproof switches
Non
use of ELCB's

Improper use of warnign


signages
Improper use of
anti slip floor and anti
N
skid mats

Improper cleaining of
floor
Improper controlling of
N
hot water temperature
Improper supervision

Inadequate amount of N
drinking water

Improper maintenance of
machines
Improper
procedure of logging
complaint for the N
equipment

Improper space for the


N
guest movement
Non awareness of gym
equipment
N
Improper SOP for the
use of gym machinery

Inadequate space for


the movement of guest N
for the movement

Improper use of
signages
Improper training
of doing exercise and N
supervision

Improper use of
signages and awareness
of clothing and shoes N

Improper use of
signages and anti skit
N
mat
Improper training to
handle staff against N
aggressive guest

Improper use of
signages and anti skit
N
mat

Improper cleaning ans


N
use of chemicals

Improper maintenance of
MSDS sheet

Inadequate training on N
use of chemicals

Improper
stoarge of chemicals

Improper use of gloves


N
and training
Improper use of latex
gloves
Improper HVAC
ventilation N

Improper training on use


of chemicals

Improper shoes and


N
cleaining

Improper earthing and


insulation N

Improper rotation
N

Improper use of first aid


kit
Non sterlising
of of sharp instruments
N
Use
of disposable blades
Improper mock drills and
N
awareness programmes

Improper use of yellow


N
cards

Inadequate training N

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

harma
Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)
1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mitigate hazards

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by current controls

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any known control.

CONDITION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper fire safety


training and inadequate A
use of fire equipments

Use of damaged covers


A
and uncovered covers
1. Improper insulation
2.
Improper maintenance of
equipment
3.
A
Inadequate smoke
detectors and fire
extinguishers without
proper maintenance
1. Improper maintenance
of the machine

2. Improper and
inadequate amount of
fire extinguishers A
3. No
siganges of smoking
areas

1. Improper maintenace
of alternator

2. Improper
insulation and testing of
cables

No signages and licence


for prohibited area
A

Improper hose
connection,earthing
A
without proper
supervision
Inadequate and improper
storage of fire
extinguishers

Improper maintenance of
fire detection system

Impoper maintenance of
kitchen hood fire
detection system with A
inadequate amount of
smoke detectors
Irregular cleaning of
grease and oil in kitchen A
exhaust ducts
Absence of heat
detectors in kitchen A
areas

Improper training of fire


A
fighting equipments

Unavaialbility of fire
fighting equipment and
A
improper storage of fire
fighting equipments

Absence of smoke
A
detectors in linen area
Improper periodic
cleaning of washing A
machine
Improper storage and
A
use of fire extinguishers

Improper use of fire


A
extinguishers
Improper use of fire
extinguishers due to A
improper training

TAJ DIPLOMATIC ENCLAVE

ZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


Level of Detection of Impact: (Detection –D)

1= Current controls almost certain to detect and mutigate hazard

2= High likelyhood that current controls would detect hazard

3= Expected likelyhood that hazard would be detected by curren

4= Moderate likelyhood that current controls would detect hazar

5= Minimal chances that hazard would be cetected by any know

CONDutION
Potential Cause of
RISK
Normal Abnormal

Improper use of proper


N
knives and training
Non adherence of safety
N
standards
Lack of training N

Lack of
traiining/improper N
earthing

Improper shoes and rest N


Improper cooling and
N
use of first aid

Use of inadequate load


N
and disbalance of load

Improper inspection and


N
yellow card reporting

Improper use of first aid


awareness and impart N
training

Improper use of mock


drills and awarenesss

Non awareness of near


miss and safety N
precautions

Non awareness of
N
safety's while driving

Non use of safety


A
helmets and safety belts

Non use of safety


A
standards

Non use of safety


helmets and safety belts
Non use of safety
helmets and safety belts

Non use of safety


helmets and safety belts

Non awareness of near


miss and safety
precautions

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards

Non adherence of safety


N
standards
Non adherence of safety
N
standards
Detection –D) Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU

n to detect and mitigate the hazard Total Score = RVN

ntrols would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 18

d would be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16

nt controls would detect hazard Minimum RVN Score of Department: 8

would be cetected by any known control. Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)


2 4 2

2 3 2

2 4 1

2 4 1

4 1 3
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 18


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 4 2
2 3 2

2 4 2

2 4 1

4 1 3

2 2 1

4 1 3
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazard

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 15

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

3 2 1

2 2 2
2 2 1

2 3 1

4 1 3

2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 8
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

4 2 2

4 3 1

4 2 2
2 4 1

2 4 1

Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU


Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 18


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 6
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT
Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 3 2

4 2 2

4 1 2

2 4 2

2 3 2

2 4 1

2 4 1

4 1 3
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 10

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 8


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)


2 2 2

2 1 1

4 2 1

3 2 1
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 24

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 18


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

3 3 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

1 2 2

4 1 2

3 3 2
3 3 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

2 1 2

2 2 2

2 3 2

E 4 1 3

2 2 2

4 1 2
4 1 3

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 8
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

1 3 2

1 3 2

2 2 2

2 2 2
2 2 2

4 1 2

1 3 3

2 2 3

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 3 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 1 2

4 2 2

4 2 2
2 3 1

4 2 2

3 1 2

4 2 2

4 1 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 1 2

4 2 2

2 2 2

4 2 2

4 2 2
2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2
4 2 2

4 1 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 18

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 8
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

3 1 2
2 2 2

4 1 4

3 2 2

4 2 2

3 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 15

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 10


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 6
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)


4 1 2

4 1 2

2 2 2

2 3 1

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 8
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

3 1 2

4 2 2

2 2 1

2 2 2

4 2 2

3 2 2
2 2 2

2 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

4 2 2

3 2 2

4 2 2

2 2 2

4 2 2

4 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Detection –D) Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU

ain to detect and mitigate hazards Total Score = RVN

controls would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department 30

zard would be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department:24

rrent controls would detect hazard Minimum RVN Score of Department:4

d would be cetected by any known control. Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)


4 2 2

4 2 2

4 2 2

4 2 2

3 1 2

4 1 1

4 1 2
4 1 1

4 1 2

4 2 2

4 2 3

4 2 2

4 2 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

2 2 2
3 2 2

4 1 2

5 2 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 3
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

3 1 2

2 2 2

3 1 1

2 2 1

4 1 2

2 2 1
2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 1 2

2 2 2

4 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

E 5 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 20

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 16


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)


2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

4 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2
4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

2 2 2
2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

4 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2
3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 1

3 2 1

3 2 1

5 1 2

2 2 2
4 1 2

Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU


Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT
Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2
3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 1

3 2 1

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1
3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

3 2 1

3 2 1

3 2 2
4 1 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2
2 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 1
3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2
4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department:16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1
3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 1

3 2 1
5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

1 2 1

2 1 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2
2 1 2

3 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazard

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

2 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2

1 2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2
3 2 2

2 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2
2 1 2

3 2 1

3 2 1

3 2 1

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazard

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

1 2 1

2 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

3 2 2
4 1 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 2
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 1

1 2 1

2 1 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 2 2
3 2 2

3 2 2

4 1 2

5 1 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazard

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 15

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 10


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

4 1 1

1 4 2

1 4 1

4 1 1

1 2 2

2 2 1

4 1 2
2 2 2

2 2 2

5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

4 1 1

4 1 2

2 2 1

4 1 1

3 1 2

2 2 1
2 2 2

3 1 2

4 1 2

4 1 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

3 2 2

2 1 2

3 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

3 2 1
4 1 2

3 2 1

3 2 1

3 2 2

4 1 1
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 16

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 12


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 3
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)


4 1 1

4 1 2

4 1 1
3 2 1

3 2 2

2 2 1

3 2 1

2 2 2
3 1 2

2 1

3 2 2

2 1 2

4 1 2
3 2 2

3 2 1

4 1 1

3 2 2

3 1 2
3 2 2

3 1 1

3 1 2
3 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 2

3 1 2

2 2 1
3 2 2

2 2 1

2 1 2

3 2 2

2 1 1
2 2 1

2 2 1

3 1 1

2 3 2

2 2 2
5 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2
Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERITY X OCCU
Detection –D)
Total Score = RVN
etect and mitigate hazards

would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 24

uld be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department:18


ntrols would detect hazard
Minimum RVN Score of Department: 8
be cetected by any known control.
Number of activities aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

2 2 2

2 2 2

3 2 2
2 2 2

E 2 3 2

3 3 2

2 3 2

E 3 2 3

E 2 2 2

2 3 2
3 3 2

3 3 2

3 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 3

3 2 3

2 2 2

2 2 2

2 2 3
Detection –D) Risk Value Number (RVN): SEVERutY X OCCU

ain to detect and mutigate hazards Total Score = RVN

controls would detect hazard Threshold RVN Score of Department: 24

zard would be detected by current controls Maximum RVN Score of Department: 18

rrent controls would detect hazard Minimum RVN Score of Department: 4

d would be cetected by any known control. Number of activuties aboves threshold RVN S

ON IMPACT

Emergency SEVERITY (S) OCCURRENCE (O) DETECTION (D)

3 3 2

4 1 2

2 2 2

4 1 2

3 3 2
3 3 2

2 2 2

2 1 2

2 3 2

E 5 1 3

2 2 2

4 1 2

4 1 3

4 1 2

E 5 1 2
E 5 1 2

E 5 1 2

E 5 1 2

5 1 2

4 2 2

5 1 2

5 1 2

5 1 2
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ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 18

epartment: 16

partment: 8

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE
16 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

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ISSUE N0- 00
ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 18

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

16 T
12 T

16 T

8 T

12 T

4 T

12 T

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ISSUE N0- 00
ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 15

epartment: 12

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

6 T

8 T
4 T

6 T

12 T

4 T

8 T

8 T

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ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02
Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)
External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 16

partment: 8

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

16 IT

12 T

16 IT
8 T

8 T

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ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 18

partment: 6

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)


TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

12 T

16 T

8 T

16 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

12 T
DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ STORES

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 10

epartment: 8

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE
8 T

2 T

8 T

6 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ RESTAURANTS AND


BANQUETS
ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 24

epartment: 18

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

18 T

8 T

8 IT

4 T

8 T

18 T
18 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

4 T

8 T

12 T

12 IT

8 T

8 T
12 IT

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ HOUSEKEEPING

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 16

partment: 8

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

6 T

6 T

8 T

8 T
8 T

8 T

9 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

4 T

6 T

16 T

16 T
6 T

16 T

6 T

16 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

4 T

16 T

8 T

16 T

16 IT
8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T
16 IT

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ LAUNDRY

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 18

epartment: 16

partment: 8

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

8 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

6 T
8 T

16 IT

12 T

16 T

12 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T
DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ HR

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 15

epartment: 10

partment: 6

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE
8 T

8 T

8 T

6 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ PROJECTS

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services
Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 16

partment: 8

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

6 T

16 IT

4 T

8 T

16 IT

12 T
8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

16 IT

12 T

16 IT

8 T

16 IT

16 IT

10 IT

8 T

8 T
DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ELECTRICAL SAFETY

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment 30

epartment:24

partment:4

es threshold RVN Score:0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE
16 T

16 T

16 T

16 T

6 T

4 T

8 T
4 T

8 T

16 T

24 T

16 T

16 T

8 T

8 T

8 T
12 T

8 T

20 IT

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Security

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 16

partment: 3

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

6 T

8 T

3 T

4 T

8 IT

4 T
8 T

4 T

12 T

8 IT

12 T

6 T

8 T

16 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

10 T
DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ MKOP

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 20

epartment: 16

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE
4 T

8 T

4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T

12 T

4 T

16 T

12 T

4 T

12 T
8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ CAPITAL KITCHEN

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017


REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T
4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T

12 T

4 T

16 T

12 T

4 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T
12 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

4 T

6 T

6 T

6 T

10 IT

8 T
8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/SPICY DUCK

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)


TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T

12 T

4 T

12 T

12 T

4 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T
12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

6 T

6 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ MAIN KITCHEN

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02
Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)
External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T
12 T

4 T

12 T

12 T

4 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

6 T

6 T

12 T
8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Bakery

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

8 T

4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T

12 T

4 T

12 T

12 T
4 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Masala Art Kitchen

ISSUE N0- 00
ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T
6 T

8 T

2 T

12 T

4 T

12 T

12 T

4 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T
8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

6 T

6 T

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

D+Q21+B2:R35+Q21+B2:R35+Q21+B2:R35+B2:R36+Q21+B2:R
35+Q21+B2:B2:R36
ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02
Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)
External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment:16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T
12 T

4 T

12 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

6 T

6 T
10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Garde Manger Kitchen

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

2 T

4 T

12 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T
4 T

12 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ IRD Kitchen

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T

6 T

8 T

2 T

12 T

4 T

12 T
12 T

4 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

12 T
4 T

6 T

6 T

6 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Butchery

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

2 T

4 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

8 T

12 T
8 T

12 T

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Veg Prep Kitchen

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 2

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

2 T

4 T

12 T

8 T

12 T

4 T

12 T
12 T

12 T

8 T

10 T

10 T

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Stewarding

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services
Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 15

epartment: 10

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T

4 T

4 T

4 T

8 T
8 T

8 T

10 IT

8 T

8 T

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ MAJOR WORK

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services
Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

4 T

8 T

4 T

4 T

6 T

4 T
8 T

6 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

12 T

12 T

4 T

6 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ PEST CONTROL

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02
Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)
External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

6 T
8 T

6 T

6 T

12 T

4 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA/ JIVA SPA

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02
Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)
External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 16

epartment: 12

partment: 3

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/iT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE
4 T

8 T

4 T
6 T

12 T

4 T

6 T

8 T
6 T

0 T

12 T

4 T

8 T
12 T

6 T

4 T

12 T

6 T
12 T

3 T

6 T
12 T

8 T

8 T

6 T

4 T
12 T

4 T

4 T

12 T

2 T
4 T

4 T

3 T

12 T

8 T
10 IT

8 T

8 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ Fire Safety

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02

Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)


External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017


SEVERITY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 24

epartment:18

partment: 8

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

8 T

8 T

12 T
8 T

12 T

18 T

12 T

18 T

8 T

12 T
18 T

18 T

12 T

8 T

12 T

18 T

8 T

8 T

12 T

DOC. NO: TDE/HIRA 2017-18/ TEA LOUNGE

ISSUE N0- 00

ISSUE DATE - 01/09/2017

REV. NO-02
Reviewed By: Mr. Rothin Banerjee (Director of Engineering)
External Agency: M/s. Milestone Management Services

Last Review Date: 01/09/2017

SEVERutY X OCCURRENCE X DETECTION

epartment: 24

epartment: 18

partment: 4

es threshold RVN Score: 0

RISK VALUE NUMBER RISK CATEGORY(T/IT)

TOLERABLE /
RVN (S X O X D)
INTOLERABLE

18 T

8 IT

8 T

8 T

18 T
18 T

8 T

4 T

12 T

15 IT

8 T

8 T

12 IT

8 T

10 IT
10 IT

10 IT

10 IT

10 IT

16 T

10 T

10 T

10 T
/SALES & MARKETING

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
1. Ergonomic Control-Use of comfort
earphones

2. Periodic Training on activity

1. Human Control- Periodic trainings


conducted related to health & safety

LED screens provided

1. Human Control- Periodic trainings


conducted related to health & safety

1. Human Control- Training related to the


safe driving (Road safety TATA policy)

2. Company Vehicle to be used

/MICROBIOLOGY
nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

1. PPE- proper gear eg- head


cap,apron,gloves.mask.

2. MSDS available for every chemicals


used.
1. PPE- proper gear eg- head
cap,apron,gloves.mask.

2. MSDS available for every chemicals


used.

1. Storage at designated place.

2. MSDS available for chemicals.

3. Check on expiry date and ordering of


chemicals accd to demand.

1. Periodic calibration of pressure guages

2. Proper condition gaskets fixed

1. Control of LAF door to be shut down at


the time UV light is on.

2. Human control- Isolation of exposure


from direct UV light at the time when UV
light is on

1. Use of proper gear ex- head


cap,apron,gloves.mask.

2. Washing and disinfecting of hands and


work surface and equipments.

3. No reuse of disposables

Autoclave then disposal

/FRONT OFFICE
nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

1. Easily movable trollies provided

2. Human Control- Training on activity for


proper posture

1. Flat sole sandal

2. Training on activity for proper posture


1.Engineering Control- Proper autonomous
maintenance

2. Engineering Control- Checking of


connection before installation of equipment

1. Small breaks during activity

2. Training on activity for proper posture

1. Human Control- Chauffers & passengers


are wearing seat belts & adherence to TATA
road safety manual

2. Using mobile while driving is strictly


prohibited

3. Eye test every six months

4. Credential test and driving test before


recruitment

Head phones for telephone operators

1. Small breaks during activity

2. Training on activity for proper posture


1. Small breaks during activity

2. Training on activity for proper posture

/ IT
nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

Proper Equipment / proper insulation of


terminals

1. PM of Equipment / proper insulation of


terminals

2. Engineering Control- LOTO

1. Earthing to be checked with proper


insualtion and PPE- Gloves, insulated tools
and isolation of breaker

2. Engineering Control- (LOTO)


Periodic small breaks to avoid continious
length of activity
Periodic small breaks to avoid continious
length of activity

/ FINANCE

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
CONTROL MEASURES

1. Human control- pest control schedule

2. no loose electric wires

3.Control- records maintained only for last


three years

1. Human Control- Periodic trainings


conducted related to health & safety

1. Ergonomically design chairs and table


arrangement for all staff

2. Staff Gymnasium,

3. Break of 5-7 minutes after every 2 hr of


continuous sitting

1. Use of comfort earphones

2. Periodic Training on activity

1. Periodic trainings conducted related to


health & safety

LED screens provided

1. Periodic trainings conducted related to


health & safety

1. Training related to the safe driving (Road


safety TATA policy)

2. Company Vehicle to be used


/ STORES

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
1. Human Control- Awareness of lifting
methods and material handling.

1. Proper signage for awareness

2. Human Control- Usuage of proper


antiskid footwear

1. Ladder to be upright with bushes,

2. load carried to be of appropriate weight,

3. Earthing provided in cooler and


autonomous check

1. Ladder to be upright with bushes,

2. PPE control- use of safety helmet

/ RESTAURANTS AND

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

1. PPE control- Guards

2. Human control- Training on skillset:


Proper cutting techniques
1. Human Control: Awareness and skillset
training
1. Engineering Control- Proper insulation
and earthing

2. PPE control: Safety shoes


1. Human Control: Awareness and skillset
training

1. PPE control- Guards

2. Human control- Training on skillset:


Proper cutting techniques

1. Flat shoes/ rubber mat

2. Human Control- rest for atleast 5-7 min


after every 2hrs
1. Enginering Control- Proper duct for
cooling and exhaust

2. Human control- Drinking adquate water


1. Admistrative Control- display of proper
signage of wet floor/ Work in progress

2. PPE control- Anti skid shoes, gloves and


dry mops
1. Administrative Control- Keep clear area
signage

2. Human Control- trolley usuage and


material handling
1. Adequate load to be used.

2. Proper way of lifting load to be used


1. Routine inspection of floor carried out for
uneven floor

2. Yellow cards for reporting of any unsafe


condition

1. PPE control- Gloves and scrapper

2. Proper disposal

1. Human control- Awareness through


training

2. Ergonomics- material handling with


proper serving utilities
Periodic mock drills for emergency
scenarios
1. Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.
1. Saftey policy adherence by the vendor

2. PPE control- Use of safety helmets/safety


shoes 3. Routine
inspection by the area superwiser regarding
safety awareness
1. Saftey policy must be sihaned by the
vendor
2. Use of safety helmets/safety
shoes 3. Routine
inspection by the area superwiser regarding
safety awareness

/ HOUSEKEEPING

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

1. Human Control: Periodic training-


material handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of lifiting of


weights and material
1. Engineering control: Autonomous
maintenance of fixtures

2. Yellow cards for reporting any unsafe


condition
1. Human Control: Training on procedure of
activity

2. Ergonomics: utilities for the activity


1. Human Control- Awareness

2.Use of caution Boards

3. PPE control- Antiskid shoes and dry


mops
1. Human Control- training regarding use of
chemicals

2. Provision of spill kit

Adequate earthing for electrical utilities

Admisintrative Control: Rotation in shift and


shift wise job alocation
PPE Control- Safety belt,safety helmet
made mandatory
PPE Control- Safety belt,safety helmet
made mandatory
1. PPE control- Gloves and scrapper

2. Proper disposal
1. Human Control- training regarding use of
chemicals

2. Provision of spill kit

Admisintrative Control: Rotation in shift and


shift wise job alocation

1. PPE control- Disposal gloves, masks,


apron, spill kit

2. Human control- Training of garbage


handling procedure

3. Administrative control: Garbage


segregation at source
PPE Control- Safety belt,safety helmet
made mandatory
1. Human Control- training regarding use of
chemicals

2. Provision of spill kit

Adequate earthing for electrical utilities

Adequate earthing for electrical utilities


1. Human Control: Periodic training-
material handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of lifiting of


weights and material

Adequate earthing for electrical utilities


PPE Control- Gloves, masks, googles,
apron
Adequate earthing for electrical utilities

1. PPE Control- Signage and exit doors


provided.

2. Administrative Control- These people are


always shadowing somebody and never left
alone in isolation with strict supervision

1. Human Control: Periodic training-


material handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of lifiting of


weights and material
1.Regular training pertaining to the job
2.Training for Proper
ergonomics posture while lifting should be
provided
PPE control- Gloves, masks, googles
utilities

PPE control- Gloves, masks, googles


utilities
Adequate earthing for electrical utilities

1. PPE Control- Provision of spill kit

2. Administrative Control- MSDS displayed


ant handling stations

Adequate earthing for electrical utilities

1. PPE Control- Safety belt,safety helmet


made mandatory

2. Engineering Control- Ladders with proper


bushes and A frame
PPE control- Gloves, masks, googles
utilities

PPE control- Gloves, masks, googles


utilities
1. PPE control- Gloves and scrapper

2. Proper disposal

PPE control- Gloves, masks, googles


utilities

1. Human Control- Awareness

2.Use of caution Boards

3. PPE control- Antiskid shoes and dry


mops
1. Human Control- Awareness

2.Use of caution Boards

3. PPE control- Antiskid shoes and dry


mops

Usage of proper ergonomics, ladder and


safety helmet

Usage of proper ergonomics & ladder

1. Human Control- Awareness

2.Use of caution Boards

3. PPE control- Antiskid shoes and dry


mops
1. Human Control- Awareness

2.Use of caution Boards

3. PPE control- Antiskid shoes, gloves,


masks, googles
1. PPE Control- Provision of spill kit

2. Administrative Control- MSDS displayed


ant handling stations
1. Administrative Control- Storage at
designated place.

MSDS available for chemicals.


Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ LAUNDRY

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

1. Human Control: Periodic training-


material handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of lifiting of


weights and material
1. Human Control: Periodic training-
Chemical handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of handling


chemical

3. PPE control- gloves, masks, gogles, spill


kits and reference of MSDS
1. Human Control- Awareness of machine
handling

2. Preventive & autonomous maintenance of


machines

Proper earthing provided

PPE control- Gloves, masks, gogles utilities


1. Engineering Controls: safety valves

2. Administrative Control: Signage and


demonstration boards
1. Engineering Controls: safety cut off
circuit

2. Administrative Control: Signage and


demonstration boards
1. Human Control: Periodic training-
Chemical handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of handling


chemical

3. PPE control- gloves, masks, gogles, spill


kits and reference of MSDS

1. Human Control: Periodic training-


Chemical handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of handling


chemical

3. PPE control- gloves, masks, gogles, spill


kits and reference of MSDS

1. Human Control: Periodic training-


Chemical handling

2. Ergonomic: awareness of handling


chemical

3. PPE control- gloves, masks, gogles, spill


kits and reference of MSDS
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.
/ HR

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
1. Admin Control- Agreement with Synergy
Waste Management for disposing medical
waste

2. PPE control- Gloves, masks, gogles


1. Verification of drivers

2. Self defense training provided to Lady


associates
1. Small breaks during activity

2. Training on activity for proper posture


1. Ergonomic: Awareness

2. Self closing tabs

Carrying out mock drills for bomb threat/


detection, fire, earthquake & terror attack

Near miss report for all major & minor


accidents is made by all departments &
collated/ analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ PROJECTS

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services
7

CONTROL MEASURES

PPE control- Use of safety helmet and


ladder

Engineering Control- Use of proper


insulation and earthing

PPE control- Use of safety helmet and


ladder

Admin Control- Awareness training to


associates for plumbing fixtures

PPE control- Use of safety gloves,insulated


tools and safety shoes

PPE control- Use of Mask & Hand gloves


PPE control- Use of Mask & Hand gloves

PPE control- Use of Mask & Hand gloves


PPE control- Use of safety goggles,work
permit,fire extinguisher,gloves
PPE control- Eye Goggles are provided

PPE control- Use of mask and gloves


PPE control- Use of safety helmet,ladder
and safety belt
Engineering Control- Use of proper
insulation and earthing

PPE control- Use of safety helmet,ladder


and safety belt

Engineering Control- Use of proper


insulation and earthing
PPE control- Use of hand gloves and proper
crimping tool.

Training for the use of tools


PPE control- Use of proper insulation
,earthing,safety gloves

Engineering control- LOTO


PPE control- Use of safety gloves

Engineering control- LOTO


Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.
/ELECTRICAL SAFETY

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
PPE Control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control-LOTO ,

Adequate earhting provided


PPE Control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control-LOTO ,

Adequate earhting provided


PPE Control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control-LOTO ,

Adequate earhting provided


PPE Control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control-LOTO ,

Adequate earhting provided


PPE control- Usage of noise cancellaton
headphone, Gloves and Safety Shoes

Engineering Control- Acoustic enclosures

Admin control- Signage and demonstration


boards

Proper PPE like Electrically Insulated


Gloves, Safety Googles and Safety Shoe
are been used by the associate performning
the task

PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical


gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes, electrical
gloves

Engineering control- LOTO , proper


earhting provided
PPE control- Use of safety shoes,welding
goggles,gloves,

Admin control- hot permit and work permit


PPE control- Proper PPE like Safety
goggels, Mask, safety shoes and leather
gloves

Admin control- Caution boards at the place


of operation.

PPE control- Use of safety shoes,hand


gloves,

Engineering control- Use of insulated


shovel/chiesel during activity
Engineering control- Work permit system
with first hand supervision to close out
permits

/ Security

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

PPE control- Proper safety shoes provided

Admin Control- Rotation of staff

1. Admistrative Control- display of proper


signage of wet floor/ Work in progress

2. PPE control- Anti skid shoes, gloves and


dry mops
1. Enginering Control- Proper duct for
cooling and exhaust

2. Human control- Drinking adquate water

1. Proper PPE- gloves, goggles, masks

2. Impart training for Emergency Responder


1.Proper rotation of sftaff

3.
Proper tools must used with safety
precautions while opening the packages
Proper rotation of staff on regular basis and
use of first aid

1. Enginering Control- Proper air circulation

2. Human control- Drinking adquate water

PPE control- Use of mask


Engineering control- Proper concealed
wiring is done
Lead curtains are provided at the entry and
exit of machine. Maintenance is carried out
while machine is not in operation by
authorized agency

Admin control- Training for safe driving

View guard provided

Proper concealed wiring is done

Rotation of staff

Use of proper signages


Admin control- buddy supervision- trained in
sign language
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

Proper check up at all entry points of


building. All fire fighting equipment to be
properly working. Proper training to the
security staff in case of worst case
scenrio.Mock drill to be conducted in order
to aware the staff.
/ MKOP

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
Admin Control- Continuous training and
monitoring for safe use of cutting equipment

Engineering Control- proper guards for the


cutting machines

PPE control: gloves

Admin Control: signage and demonstration


boards
PPE control: Gloves and safety shoes

Admin Control: demonstration boards


1. Enginering Control- Proper duct for
cooling and exhaust

2. Human control- Drinking adquate water


PPE control: Gloves and safety shoes

Admin Control: demonstration boards


Admin Control: Intermitent breaks of 2 to 3
mins between activity
PPE control: Gloves and safety shoes

Admin Control: demonstration boards


Engineering Control- PM of equipments,

Admin control: Adequate training for safe


use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
PPE control: gloves and guards

Admin control: adequate training and


refresher course
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits
Engineering Control: Guards for the blade
section

PPE control: gloves


Provision of exhaust and fresh air

Continuous training and monitoring by


supervisors for following of proper
procedures for placing the bread

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Continuos training at departmental level.
Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ CAPITAL KITCHEN
nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

Admin Control- Continuous training and


monitoring for safe use of cutting equipment

Engineering Control- proper guards for the


cutting machines

PPE control: gloves

Admin Control: signage and demonstration


boards
PPE control: Gloves and safety shoes

Admin Control: demonstration boards


1. Enginering Control- Proper duct for
cooling and exhaust

2. Human control- Drinking adquate water


PPE control: Gloves and safety shoes

Admin Control: demonstration boards


Admin Control: Intermitent breaks of 2 to 3
mins between activity
PPE control: Gloves and safety shoes

Admin Control: demonstration boards


Engineering Control- PM of equipments,

Admin control: Adequate training for safe


use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
PPE control: gloves and guards

Admin control: adequate training and


refresher course
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits

Provision of exhaust and fresh air

Continuous training and monitoring by


supervisors for following of proper
procedures for placing the bread

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Continuos training at departmental level.
Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of high pressure ranges

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of combi ovens
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of salamander for heat and electrical
injuries
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of Hobart Juicer for cuts and electrical
injuries
Use of proper insulation and earthing of the
equipments
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of hand blender for cuts and electrical
injuries

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of shawarma machine

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted
Training is imparted to staff on safe driving
& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/SPICY DUCK

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES
CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Use of PPE, floor wet indication

Provision of exhaust and fresh air, Presence


of Medical attendant

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

PM of equipments, Continuous training for


safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits

The equipment is covered when not in use

Provision of exhaust and fresh air

Continuous training and monitoring by


supervisors for following of proper
procedures for placing the bread

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments
Continuos training at departmental level.
Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of high pressure ranges

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of combi ovens

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ MAIN KITCHEN
nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Use of PPE, floor wet indication

Provision of exhaust and fresh air, Presence


of Medical attendant

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest


Use of PPE and trainings to staff

PM of equipments, Continuous training for


safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits

The equipment is covered when not in use

Provision of exhaust and fresh air

Continuous training and monitoring by


supervisors for following of proper
procedures for placing the bread

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuos training at departmental level.


Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of high pressure ranges

Carrying out mock drills for bomb


threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ Bakery

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Use of PPE, floor wet indication

Provision of exhaust and fresh air, Presence


of Medical attendant

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

PM of equipments, Continuous training for


safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuos training at departmental level.


Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of high pressure ranges

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of deck ovens

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of dough machine

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of dough sheater

Carrying out mock drills for bomb


threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ Masala Art Kitchen


nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Use of PPE, floor wet indication


Provision of exhaust and fresh air, Presence
of Medical attendant

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

PM of equipments, Continuous training for


safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits

Provision of exhaust and fresh air

Continuous training and monitoring by


supervisors for following of proper
procedures for placing the bread

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Continuos training at departmental level.
Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of high pressure ranges

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of combi ovens
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of Hobart Juicer for cuts and electrical
injuries
Use of proper insulation and earthing of the
equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Carrying out mock drills for bomb


threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

5+Q21+B2:R35+B2:R36+Q21+B2:R
nerjee (Director of Engineering)
one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Use of PPE, floor wet indication

Provision of exhaust and fresh air, Presence


of Medical attendant

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest


Use of PPE and trainings to staff

PM of equipments, Continuous training for


safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuos training at departmental level.


Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of high pressure ranges

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of combi ovens
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of salamander for heat and electrical
injuries
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of Hobart Juicer for cuts and electrical
injuries
Use of proper insulation and earthing of the
equipments
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of hand blender for cuts and electrical
injuries

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ Garde Manger Kitchen

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest


PM of equipments, Continuous training for
safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuos training at departmental level.


Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments

Continuous training for safe use of mixer


grinder
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

/ IRD Kitchen

nerjee (Director of Engineering)


one Management Services

7
CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Use of PPE, floor wet indication

Provision of exhaust and fresh air, Presence


of Medical attendant

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest

Use of PPE and trainings to staff

PM of equipments, Continuous training for


safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training and monitoring by
supervisors for safe use of frying
equipments and process
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular
Continuous training for safe use of electrical
equipments, all equipments are connected
to earth pits

Provision of exhaust and fresh air

Continuous training and monitoring by


supervisors for following of proper
procedures for placing the bread

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Continuos training at departmental level.
Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and supervision by


cafeteria incharge and regular PM

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of combi ovens
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of salamander for heat and electrical
injuries
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of Hobart Juicer for cuts and electrical
injuries
Use of proper insulation and earthing of the
equipments
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of hand blender for cuts and electrical
injuries
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of shawarma machine

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

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CONTROL MEASURES

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest


PM of equipments, Continuous training for
safe use of electrical equipments

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments and PM of equipments

Continuos training at departmental level.


Never asked to work alone as they work
under shadow supervision.

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of Mincing Machine + PPE
Use of proper insulation and earthing

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of Bone saw Machine + PPE

Use of proper insulation and earthing

Carrying out mock drills for bomb


threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

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CONTROL MEASURES

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of cutting equipment

Frequent breaks to ensure ample rest


PM of equipments, Continuous training for
safe use of electrical equipments
Continuous training to users regarding
proper use of machines in general and
grinding machines in particular

Continuous safety training for lifting of


weights and carrying heavy loads

Continuous training for hygiene, FSMS and


ISO 22000

Continuous training for safe use of electrical


equipments

Continuous training for safe use of mixer


grinder
Continuous training and monitoring for safe
use of Potato peeler.

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of Onion slicer

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of Onion slicer

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of vegetable chopper

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of vegetable chopper

Continuous training and monitoring for safe


use of vegetable chopper
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

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CONTROL MEASURES

Training/ use of PPE, disposal through


authorised agency/ Eco Friendly Chemicals

Training and use of proper PPE Matt in dish


was used in areas to control breakages

Cleaning wherever spilled and use of mask

Imparting proper training at regular interval


of time

Admin control- Demonstration boards and


signage

Use and disposal of garbage through


authorised vendor

Proper and PM of door lock at regular


interval of time
Use of Chemical handling uniform, gloves,
goggles and spill kit

Use of Chemical handling


uniform,gloves,goggles and spill kit

Carrying out mock drills for bomb


threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

Training/All equipments to be
unplugged/switced off before
cleaning/LOTO

Training and proper gauge to monitor steam


pressure

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CONTROL MEASURES

Leather shoes of ladder to be placed and


use of safety harness belts,safety helmets
while working on scaffolding
Use of electrical gloves,goggles/ proper
insulation/ electrical circuit isolation/ usage
of LOTO
Imparting proper training on use of plumbing
tools with proper grip

Proper earthing and insulation must be


provide in addition on use of safety
gloves,shoes and insulated tools

Isolation of whole area, Only autorized


persons entry, Safety masks and goggles to
be wore, Proper exhaust to be provided

Use of gloves,goggles and first aid kit


Use of gloves,goggles and first aid kit

Proper postures of lifting the load, load


sharing , use of elevators wherever possible

Use of proper earthing/LOTO/Gloves/safety


shoes

Use of proper earthing/LOTO/Gloves/safety


shoes

Barricading of whole area, use of safety


helmets for any person standing below

Use of safety gloves, safety mask and


shoes. Only autorized person to be allowed
in that area with proper exhuast in the area

Use of hot permit/work permit/welding


glass/fire extinguisher/LOTO

1. Use of work permit

2. Use of safety gloves

1. Use of work permit


2. Use of safety goggles

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CONTROL MEASURES

Constantly monitor the workings of your


applicator for leaks, mechanical defect,
pressure setting and spray quality
Depressurize sprayers before carrying out
maintenance.
Compulsory wearing of mask,goggles,
gloves when handling pesticide.
Ensure liquids do not splash. Pour slowly
with the container opening at the top to
avoid bubbling.
Any spillages should be dealt with using a
spill kit
Storage at designated place with access
control and locked.
MSDS available for chemicals. Checking of
expiry date at regular intervals & ordering of
chemicals according to demand.

Compulsory wearing of mask,goggles,


gloves
Make sure the applicator is in good working
order at all times,
completely free from leaks and, as far as
possible, any external
contamination.
Any spillages should be dealt with using a
spill kit

Usage of hard gloves


Usage of long pilers for catching rodent

Before commencing work, the applicator


should assess the enviroment to see any
safety hazards and wore necessary PPE's
like respirators, gloves, safety shoes

Pesticides should not be stored under direct


sunlight or high temperature area.
Smoking or use of naked flame completely
prohibited

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CONTROL MEASURES
• Lifeguards on poolside who are trained in
first responder
• Routine training of lifeguards
• Display of safety signs
• Crossing checking with guest for being
regular swimmers or not
• Alcohol consumption or alcohol influenced
guests not allowed near pool
• Children are not left
unsupervised
• Clearer signs to show the
depth of water
• Clear ‘No Diving’ signs
• Rescue and resuscitation equipment
available to lifeguards and around pool
• First-aid equipment readily available

• General user awareness of hazards and


safe behaviours
• Anti slip sand blasted granite stone placed
around the pool
• Appropriate cleaning and litter control
• No glasswares allowed around swimming
pool

• Ensuring a constant circulation of water in


the pool
• Frequent inspection and cleaning of all
filters, including backwash filters when
triggered by a pressure drop
• Daily cleaning with pool cleaner smart
robot and physical inspection of pool and
surroundings,
• Annual draining of pool and thoroughly
cleaning all surfaces
• Maintaining Free chlorine level to 1 ppm
and pH to 7-7.8 throughout
• Regular water testing by NABL approved
lab
• Pre and post swims showers
recommendation to bathers by pool saff
• Continous filtration of pool water with daily
night cleaning using smart pool cleaning
robo
• Maintaining free chlorine level to 1 ppm
and pH around 7-7.8 all throughout the day
• Regular backwash of filtration unit and
make up of fresh water
• Use of Coagulants (e.g. polyaluminium
chloride) to enhance the removal of
dissolved, colloidal or suspended material.

• Provision of large umberalls to avoid direct


impact of sunlight
• Recommendation of usage of sun
protection cream before sun bath

• Wearing appropriate footwear (flat non-slip


and comfortable)
• Maintaining uniform room temperature
• Therapist to wear layers so s/he can adapt

• Enquiry from guest or spa members about


any pre-existing allergy to product that are
going to be used
• Strict guidelines to staff about not to
accept anyone for a massage if they have a
medical condition which might be
aggravated by gentle massage or the use of
very low dilution essentials oils/herbs.
• Therapist will observe during the massage
and if any redness occurs the treatment will
be stopped and the oil will be quickly wiped
away. The area washed with water from a
bottle which will be on site

• A professional purpose built standard


massage beds are used.
• A step is available for anyone that needs it
• Guidelines to staff for presence of two
people to ensure it is erected correctly
• Soft carpet provided around the bed
• The essential oils/herbs used offer
antibacterial and viral protection.
• Clean santized towels are used between
each guest/spa member
• Guests/spa member are recommended to
dry of all sweat before climbing on to the
bed
• All Therapist wore professional uniform
and necessary PPE's.
• Spa staff discuss theraphy plan with guest
and determine their sensitivity to
heat and adjust your massage accordinly

• Guests are informed of how long they


should be in the steam room and to drink
water at regular intervals to avoid
dehydration.
• Application form ‐ screening for
medical briefings
• Temperature control is provided which
prevent excess of steam/heat generation
inside the room
• Safety briefings on the use of Sauna
Signage and Panic Button situated in
Room
• Supervision of Sauna by staff

• Safety briefings on the use of Sauna


Signage
• Surface of the steam room is cleaned and
disinfected each day
• Use of showers before using

• The electrical safety, including the


adequate earthing and insulation of all
equipment, are examined periodically
• IP65 switches, fixtures and lights used
inside the room to prevent water impact
• System has ELCB's placed as extra
protection
•To prevent this from happening, all persons
using these areas should be made aware of
safety rules such as wearing the correct
footwear.
• Use warning signs if floors are wet.
• Performing regular room checks and mop
up water from floor
• Anti slip floor provided

• Use warning signs if floors are wet.


• Performing regular room checks and mop
up water from floor
• Anti slip floor provided

• The electrical safety, including the


adequate earthing and insulation of all
equipment, are examined periodically
• IP65 switches, fixtures and lights used
inside the room to prevent water impact
• Approved under water lights provided
which operate on 12V DC power
• System has ELCB's placed as extra
protection

• Use warning signs if floors are wet.


• Performing regular room checks and mop
up water from floor
• Anti slip floor provided
• Anti skid mats provided in changing rooms

Hot water temperature is controlled through


mixer which is set and locked on 38 C
• Ensure members are informed of the
health risks related to over exertion during
the initial induction.
• Monitor the use of equipment for all new
members to ensure that they are using
equipment properly and at an appropriate
exertion level for their level of fitness.
• Clock is provided in the cardio area to
allow members to keep track of the time
they are using the machine.
• Adequate drinking water bottles are
provided to prevent dehydration.
• An industry-endorsed pre-exercise
screening questionnaire is completed by all
members/guests to identify risk.

• It is ensured all equipment's are in good


condition including exercise and weight
machines, steps, balls, bars, weights, mats.
etc.
• Equipment's are serviced on a regular
basis by qualified personnel as
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Weekly inspection is conducted of all
exercise equipment to ensure that it is
operating properly.
• Removing/disabling and clearly marking
any defective equipment to prevent its use.
• Procedure is placed for reporting and
documentation for faulty equipment.

• Adequate storage is provided to eliminate


storage on floor.
• All carpets and floors are in a good
condition.
• Regularly monitor trip hazards through
informal and scheduled inspections.
• Guidance to all members/guests regarding
the use of gym equipment.
• Clear descriptions provided on the correct
use of equipment on each machine.
• Have an established maintenance plan
and procedures which are implemented &
checked regularly.

• Adequate space is provided between


machines, including the space required to
accommodate the machine’s range of
movement.
• Trainer ensure that the machines do not
intrude into the walkway when in use.

• Use appropriate signage to remind


members to replace weights onto weights
rack after use.
• All guests of exercise facility undergo
induction and are instructed in correct free-
weight and resistance machine lifting
techniques and safety precautions
• Correct technique posters for variety of
exercises displayed on gym walls
• Regularly monitoring by the trainer for the
presence of trip hazards and take corrective
actions as required.

• Appropriate wipe down of equipment's by


staff
• Install signage to remind members to wipe
down equipment after use.
• Informing members/guets to use a towel
and to place it over machinery before use.
• Information is given to all members/guests
to wear proper clothing and closed shoes.

• Use slip resistant and/or impact absorbing


flooring as required for the activity.
• Procedures to deal with irate or aggressive
members and ensuring staff are trained in
the correct use of this procedure.
• Restricting gym access to members or
approved guests only

• Use anti-slip mats in showers or other


areas
• Use warning signs if floors are wet.
• Performing regular change room checks
and, where necessary, mop up excess
water.

• Ensuring by housekeeping that toilet


facilities are maintained and kept clean at all
times.
• Checking maintaning and hygiene
regularly as part of hazard identification.

• Safer materials for hazardous substances


(eg. replacing harsh cleaning chemicals with
milder ones).
• Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) are
readily accessible where employees are
working with chemicals.
• Staff are familiar with the safe storage,
handling and use of any hazardous
substances as outlined in the MSDS for the
substance..
• Relevant and necessary PPE (Protective
Equipment) are provided and used in
accordance with MSDSs

• Non-latex gloves are provided for staff


• Staff are trained to dry their hands
thoroughly and moisturise between wet
jobs.
• Non-perfumed hand cream is provided for
staff
• Staff check and follow instructions on
supplier information sheets.
•Staff wear non-latex gloves when mixing
and using product, and when washing up
bowls etc.
• Salon and stockroom are well ventilated.
• Guests are well-protected with single-use
towels.
• Staff are trained to use recommended
concentrations. Stored away from light, heat
and other products
• Staff check with guests for history of
allergy to colour and any damage to scalp. If
yes, hair is not coloured unless the guests
has got doctor’s advice.

• Salon is kept tidy all the time.


• Cut hair swept up promptly.
• Any water/products spilt cleaned up
immediately.
• No trailing cables.
• Staff wear appropriate shoes

• The electrical safety, including the


adequate earthing and insulation of all
equipment, are examined periodically
• System has ELCB's placed as extra
protection
• Hairdryers and other electrical equipment
stored and used away from water and only
used with dry hands.

• Making shift rotas to confirm all staff take


regular breaks.
• Recreational room for refreshment and
rest

• All sharp implements cleaned with


sterilising liquid after each use.
• Sterilising liquid changed daily and follow
maker’s dilution instructions.
• Disposable blades used and disposed of
immediately.
• First-aid box kept stocked.
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

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CONTROL MEASURES

Basic fire training is given to all the staff.


Advanced fire fighting training is given to all
security staff. Evacuation process is laid
down for all departments. Adequate fire
fighting equipments are placed at strategic
points as per the norms of the fire
department. Fire fighting equipment is
maintained on a monthly basis. Escape
masks are also available in case of need.

Machine guards in place. Motor covers in


place

Insulation used is non combustible.Proper


maintenance of electrical equipment and
systems. Smoke detectors are provided in
the room and are tested on a regular
basis.Adequate number of fire extinguishers
are provided near the AHU rooms.To install
smoke detectors and dampers in the air
return ducts together with an interlock
Daily check and monthly maintenance. The
fuel day tank is not refilled while the
generator is running. The day tank is filled
through a hand pump and the overflow pipe
is visible at all times. All exhaust ducts and
pipes are lagged. DCP, CO2 and foam fire
extinguishers are placed. No smoking is
allowed in the vicinity.The round guage
glass on the day tank to be replced by a flat
toughened guage glass with metal guards.
The day tank should have a bunded area
below the tank.

Monthly maintenance of the alternater


including cables, bearings and switchgear.
All cables are fire resistant armoured
cables. The insulation of power cables are
checked with IR gun for hot spots. The DG
set is not overloaded at any time.

Storage as per Petroleum Rules. Restricted


area. No smoking in area.No Smoking sign
is displayed. The license is displayed.No
smoking sign to be displayed

Proper hose connection, Earthing, Qualified


Technician with proper supervision

Fire hydrant points and hand held DCP and


CO2 type fire extinguishers have been
provided at suitable locations.
Proper maintenance and checking of fire
detection system on regular interval of time
Fire officer

Automatic cutouts fitted on the deep fat


fryers. Gas leak sensors fitted and
connected with siren. Individual isolating
valves also provided. Entire kitchen is fitted
with smoke and heat detectors and
appropriate automatic fire extinguishing
devices. No LPG cylinders are stored inside
the kitchens.
Regular cleaning to prevent accumulation of
grease and oil on the inner side of the
exhaust ducts.

Only fire alarm heat detectors present

Training, availability of fire fighting


equipment and trained fire fighters.

Separate storage. Availability of fire fighting


equipment near store.

Smoke detectors and sprinklers are fitted in


the linen sorting area.

Periodic lint cleaning, Observation glass on


door. Emergency stop.

Use of Fire Extinguishers, Sprinklers,


Smoke Detectors.

Use of Fire Extinguishers, Sprinklers,


Smoke Detectors.

Fire hydrants. Regular removal of dried


leaves, Monitoring

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one Management Services

CONTROL MEASURES

Use of proper knives and must impart


proper training. Use of First Aid Kut
Proper insulation and earthing must be
connected
Proper way of shaking/ multiple bar tender

Impart proper training/proper earthing to be


checked

Flat shoes/ rubber mat and must give rest


for atleast 5-7 min after every 2hrs
Proper duct for cooling and exhaust/first aid
tips, drinking of excess water in summers

1. Adequate load to be used.


2.
Proper way of lifting load to be used
1. Routine inspection of floor to be carried
out for uneven floor
2.Complaint to be raised for the
uneven floor in C/R
1. Use of first aid kut
2. Training and awareness must
be impart at regular imterval of time
Carrying out mock drills for bomb
threat/detection, fire, earthquake & terror
attack
1. Near miss report for all major & minor
accidents is made by all departments &
collated/analyzed by HR. On data analysis
training need identification is done & training
is imparted

2.Use of LOTO

Training is imparted to staff on safe driving


& use of helmets/ seat belts.

1. Saftey policy must be sihaned by the


vendor
2. Use of safety helmets/safety
shoes 3. Routine
inspection by the area superwiser regarding
safety awareness
1. Saftey policy must be sihaned by the
vendor
2. Use of safety helmets/safety
shoes 3.
Routine inspection by the area superwiser
regarding safety awareness
1. Permut for worka at height is maintained
also the work is done under supervision
2. Necessary PPE like
Helmet, Googles, Mask etc is used
1. Permut for worka at height is maintained
also the work is done under supervision
2. Necessary PPE like
Helmet, Googles, Mask etc is used

1. Permut for worka at height is maintained


also the work is done under supervision
2. Necessary PPE like
Helmet, Googles, Mask etc is used

1. Permut for worka at height is maintained


also the work is done under supervision
2. Necessary PPE like
Helmet, Googles, Mask etc is used

1. Permut for worka at height is maintained


also the work is done under supervision
2. Necessary PPE like
Helmet, Googles, Mask etc is used

Use of proper PPE like Gloves, mask etc is


made compulsory while performing this
activuty

1. Permut for worka at height is maintained


also the work is done under supervision
2. Necessary PPE like
Helmet, Googles, Mask etc is used

Use of proper PPE like Gloves, mask etc is


made compulsory
Use of proper PPE like Gloves, mask etc is
made compulsory
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Muscular strain while
excess talking on phone,
Numbness
Body Injury
Strain in eyes
Ergonomics
Body Injury

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Skin Irritation/ Eye
irretation
Skin Irritation/ Eye
irretation
Skin Irritation/ Eye
irretation
Skin cancer
Exposure / inhale of toxic
gas/ cross contamination

Exposure/ inhale of toxic


gas/ cross contamination

Staff/ guest can get


injured
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Disbalance, Back
problem
Injury, bruise, muscle
sprain
Body Injury
Physical fatigue, pain
Body Injury
Back problem, neck
sprain
Back problem, neck
sprain
Eye Strain

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Body injury/Electric
shock
Electric shock and
slip/trip
Electric shock
Strain in eyes
Ergonomics

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)

Termite growth/ fire


catch/ house for rodents
leading to diseases

Property Loss/ Loss of


Life
Cervical/ spondolysis/
back problems etc
Muscular strain while
excess talking on phone,
Numbness
Body Injury
Strain in eyes
Ergonomics
Body Injury

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Body Injury/ Bruise/ Back
Pain
Body Injury/ Bruise/ Back
Pain
Injury, bruise, back pain
Injury, bruise, back pain

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Bleeding
Body injury
Electric shock/ Body
Injury
Stress and strain due to
improper technique
1. Body Injury due to
improper handling

2. Electric shock due to


shorting of phase
Muscular strain
Dehydration & fatigue
Sprain/ Fractured
Body Injury
Back pain/Body Injury
Body Injury
Cut/ Bruise
Burn/ injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured
Body Injury
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Body Injury/ Fatality
Electrocution

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Muscular stress due to
stretching
Muscular
1. Stuck bystrain
the sharp
edges,

2.
Muscular stress,
Body injury
Chemical burns due to
spillage/Vapor inhalation
Electrocution
Body injury/ fractured
Body injury/ fractured/
fatality
Body injury/ fractured/
fatality
Cut, Bruise
Chemical burns due to
spillage/ Vapor inhalation

Muscular strain due to


continuous bending &
stretching
Infection/cut
Body injury/ fractured
Chemical burns due to
spillage/ Vapor inhalation
Electrocution
Electrocution
Muscular stress & stuck
by sharp edges
Electrocution
Breathing issues and
respiratory problems
Electrocution
Can result into a
calamity
Muscular stress due to
stretching
Muscular strain
Cut,bruise
Breathin issues
Electrocution
Chemical burns due to
spillage/ Vapor inhalation
Electrocution
Body injury/ fatality
Cut/bruise/ inhalation of
dust result in respiratory
problems
Stones/ nails injuring the
legs
Hairy caterpillars, honey
bee & other insects
biting
Inhalation of dust result
in breathing problems
Body injury
Body injury
Body injury/ fractured
Body injury/ fractured
Body injury/ fractured
Respiratory problem,
health issues
Burns, allergy,
respiratory problem
Burn injuries/ breathing
problems
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Physical injury/body
injury
Health issues resulting
from the chemical
Body injury/ cut/ bruise
Electrocution
Respiratory issues
Burning of fingers/ body
injury
Fingers getting jam in
the belt
burns, allergy,
respiratory problem
burns, allergy,
respiratory problem
Land contamination/
Burn injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Health issues
Mishap with ladies/
harrasement
Back problem, neck
sprain
Cut/ bruise
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Body injury/ fractured
Electrocution
Body injury/ fractured
Slipping of wrench and
hitting on head
Electrocution
Breathing issues and
respiratory diseases
Breathing issues and
respiratory diseases
Cuts due to use of chisel
Burning of eyes
Burning of eyes
Body injury/fractured
Body injury/fractured
Electrocution
Fall from height result in
body injury and fractured
Electrocution
Cut injury
Electrocution
Cut injury, Electric shock
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Electrocution/ Breathing
problems
Electrocution/ Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
hearing problem
physical
injury/death/burn injuries

electrocution/physical
injuries
Electrocution/Breathing
problems

Electrocution/Breathing
problems/physical injury

Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Electrocution/Breathing
problems
Burns/
electrocution/physical
injury
Skin Irritation, rashing,
suffocation
Electrocution/fatality
Electrocution or Shock

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Body Injury
Body pain
Body Injury
Sickness
Death/Injury
Fatigue and internal
injury
Internal injury
Sickness
Respiratory and
breathing issues
Eelctrocution
Skin disease when
exposure to Xray
Body injury
Eye irritation
Eelctrocution
Health Problems
Body injury/fractured
Injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

Staff and guest can get


Fatal injuries/ loss of life

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may trip
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Injury to finger/hands
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part,
dehydration and fatigue
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Injury to any body part
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may trip
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part,
dehydration and fatigue
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Injury to any body part
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidents
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Burn injury
Burn injury
Burn injury
Cut/ bruise injury
Electrocution
Cut injury/ electrical
shock
Electric shock due to
short circuit
Electrical shock, burns
Electrical shock
Burn injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may loose balance
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Injury to finger/hands
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part,
dehydration and fatigue
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Injury to any body part
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Burn injury
Burn injury
Electrical shock
Burn injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may loose balance
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Injury to finger/hands
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part,
dehydration and fatigue
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Electrical shock
Burn injury
Burns
Burn injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may loose balance
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burn injury
burn injury
Cut, injury, fracture
Fracture, injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may trip
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part,
dehydration and fatigue
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Injury to any body part
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Burn injury
Burn injury
Cut/bruise injury
Electrocution
Electrical shock
Burn injury
Fracture
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may loose balance
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Burn injury
Burn injury
burn injury
Cut/bruise injury
Electrocution
cut injury/ electrical
shock
Electrical shock
Burn injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Electrical shock
Injury to finger/hands
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Electrical shock
Cuts/bruise
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Staff may loose balance
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part
Burn injuries due to
spillage,
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Burn injuries
Electrical shock
Burn injuries
Injury to finger/hands
Electrical shock
Staff can faint, injury to
any body part,
dehydration and fatigue
Burn injuries
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Injury to any body part
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Burns, electrocution,
slipping
Burns
Burn injury
Burn injury
Cut/bruise injury
Electrocution
Cut injury/ electrical
shock
Electric shock due to
short circuit
Electrical shock, burns
Electrical shock
Burn injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Electrical shock
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Electrical shock
Human loss, asset loss
in case of accidnets
Allergy, viral fever
Cut and bruise
Cut and bruise
electrocution
Cut and bruise
electrocution
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Excessive bleeding,
infection
Injury to back / legs,
vericose veins
Electrical shock
Injury to finger/hands
Back pain ,leg pain or
fractured due to lifting
heavy weight
Allergy, viral fever
Electrical shock
Cuts/bruise
Cut injury / fracture
Electrocution
Cut/ injury
Electrocution
Cut injury
Improper inuslation of
wire and earthing
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Bruise, cut
Bruise, cut
Inhalation, allergy,
respiratory problem
Allergy, burn
Body Injury and fractured
Sick
Hypothermia/ death
Burns, allergy,
respiratory problem
Burns, allergy,
respiratory problem
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Electrocution
Body Injury and fractured

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Body injury/fractured
Electrocution
Body injury/muscular
pain
Electrocution/death
Hand & eye irritation due
to chemical dosing
Body injury/Cut/Bruise
Body injury/Cut/Bruise
Muscular pain/fatigue
Electrocution
Electrocution
Body injury/fractured
Respiratory problem,
health issues
Burns, electrocution
Hand Injury
Eyes damage

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Chemical reaction due to
dermal poisoning or
inhalation
Chemical reaction due to
dermal poisoning or
inhalation
Body injury/fractured
Chemical reaction due to
dermal poisoning or
inhalation
Physical injury and
infection
Physical injury, dermal
poisoning or inhalation of
toxic gases
Physical injury/fire
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Drowning or near
drowing
Physical injury, drowning
Illness, infection or
allergy
Illness, infection or
allergy
Dehydration, Sun Burn,
premature ageing, DNA
damage , tanning and
skin cancer

Physical injury,
Sensation or discomfort

Allegric reactions, skin


sensitization
Physical injury,cut,
bruise
Infection, Illness, allergic
reaction
Skin burn
Suffocation, burns, heat
sensation, blurred vision,
faintness
Infection/Allergy
Electrocution or electrical
shock
Physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Electrocution or electrical
shock
Physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Skin burn
Physical injury, body
stress/pain, sprain
Physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Trips/fall leading to
physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Physical injury, body
stress/pain, sprain
Trips/fall leading to
physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Trips/fall leading to
physical injury, cuts,
bruises ,body
stress/pain, sprain
Skin Infection ,allergy
Trips/fall leading to
physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Mental stress
Slips/fall leading to
physical injury, cuts,
bruises
Infection, Allergical
infection
Infection, Allergical
infection
Dermatitis, increased
sensitivity, severely dry
skin
Eye, skin or breathing
irritation or allergy
Body injury/fractured
Electrocution or
electrical shock
Musculoskeletal injuries,
eg back pain, neck
shoulder injuries and
pain or discomfort in feet
and legs.
Physical injury, cuts,
Infection
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Burns to body
Cuts and Bruises
Burns to body
Burns to body
Burns to body
Burns to body
Burns to body
Burns to body
Burns to body, Fatality

Burns to body
Burns to body, Damage
to property
Burn injuries

Burn injuries to body


Burn injuries to body

Burn injuries to body


Burn injuries to body
Burn injuries to body

Burn Injuries
Burn Injuries

RISK IDENTIFIED
(Loss of Exposure)
Bleeding
Electrocution
Hand injury due to
improper handling
Hand injury due to
improper handling and
electric shock due to
short circuut
Muscular strain
Dehydration & fatigue
Back pain/Body Injury
Body Injury
Burn/ injury
Staff/ guest can get
injured, loose their lives
Body Injury
Staff can get major/
minor injuries
Body Injury/ Fataluty
Electrocution
Body Injury/ Fataluty
Body Injury/ Fataluty
Bleeding
Body Injury
Body Injury and
Electrocution
Bleeding and
Electrocution
Hand injury due to
improper handling
Electrocution
Electrocution