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• Использование конкретных дисков для задач


• Использование правильно настроенных зашитников
• Использование подходящего СИЗ ( тела / руки / лицо / глаза / уши)
• Только обученные и компетентные лицы могут использовать шлифовычные
диски / менять диски
• Все электрооборудование должны быть 110в с промышленным разъемом
• Контактные ожоги / поражения • Профилактический осмотр / тестирование
• Разрушение Дискa электрическим током •Все электрооборудование кодируется цветов
• Электричество • Проникающее ранения • Поврежденное оборудование помечены и выведен из эксплуатации
• Защемление / запутывание • Материальный ущерб •Все резаки и шлифмашины регулярно обслуживатся
2 Шлифующий Колесо • Spoil Ejection • звон в ушах / Threshold shift / 9 6 9 6 9 • Не носить свободную одежду Руководитель проекта 4 4 4 4 Низкий
• Пожар Noise induced Hearing loss • соответствующий обучение и надзор
• Шум • Дыхательные проблемы • Использование наряд допуск для огневых работ
• Пыль • Травмы глаз • Доступны огневые точеки
• Оперативники обученные использованию огнетушителей
Удаление горючих материалов
• Звуковые экраны / изоляция от высоко шумной деятельности
• Знаки Шлифовачных работ.
• Защита глаз –носить противоударные очки постоянно.
•Пункт для промывки глаз на стройке

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Общий Соблюдать процедуры проекта для подъемных операций Project Management

• Кран установлен на твердой и ровной поверхности


• Выносные опоры быть полностью продлен
• Установка накладки под всеми опорами
• Кран установлен под контролем компетентного руководителя
• Кран прошел инспекцию до мобилизации
• Кран имеет действительный сертификат инспекции 3-й стораны
• Лицензированный Крановщик.
• Персональные травмы
• Выбор правильного крана для задачи
Опрокидывания крана • Материальный ущерб 6 0 6 0 6 Руководитель проекта 3 0 3 0 Низкий
• Массы грузов известные до подъема
• Ограждение обеспечено вокруг грузоподъемных работ
• Ежедневные проверки оператором, записанные
• Не работать при сильных ветрах
• Сертифицированные стропы, серги и другие грузоподъемные устройства,
которые будут использоваться должны быть в периоде цветового кода месяца.
• Не превышайте безопасную рабочую нагрузку
• Проверьте площадь под опорами для дренажей и т.д.

• Кран установлен на твердой и ровной поверхности


• Выносные опоры быть полностью продлен
• Установка накладки под всеми опорами
• Кран установлен под контролем компетентного руководителя
• Кран прошел инспекцию до мобилизации
• Персональные травмы
• Кран имеет действительный сертификат инспекции 3-й стораны
• Неспособность крана • Материальный ущерб
6 6 6 0 6 • Лицензированный Крановщик. Руководитель проекта 3 3 3 0 Низкий
• Утечка • Загрязнение
• Выбор правильного крана для задачи
• Массы грузов известные до подъема
• Ограждение обеспечено вокруг грузоподъемных работ
• Ежедневные проверки оператором, записанные
• Не превышайте безопасную рабочую нагрузку
• Набор для ликвидации разливов

• All lifting equipment shall be 3rd party inspected and certified as fit for purpose
• All areas of lifting operations shall be adequately lit
• Crane operators to have valid licenses
• All lift accessories shall be inspected, certified and comply with Project colour
coding scheme for the period
• Specific lift paths will be created to avoid any overhead lifting
• Персональные травмы
Сбой подъемного • All cranes or lifting operations shall be controlled by competent signal man
• Материальный ущерб 16 0 9 0 16 Руководитель проекта 4 0 3 0 Низкий
оборудования • All rigging activities shall be conducted by trained and competent rigger.
• Exclusion zones with fixed barriers will be established around lifting operations /
zone
8 Cranes – Lifting Operations • All operations supervised
• Equipment to comply with colour code for period
• Select correct lifting accessories for planned load.
• All lifting accessories to be checked daily by crane driver and riggers before use.

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• All lifting tackle shall be 3rd party inspected, certified and Project colour coded
• Rigging operations shall only be performed by trained & competent riggers.
• All lifts will be controlled and supervised by a rigging supervisor.
• Lifting plans will be used for all abnormal loads
• Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
• Персональные травмы • Personnel will be advised of risks through tool box talks prior to commencement of
Такелаж 16 0 9 0 16 Руководитель проекта 4 0 3 0 Низкий
• Материальный ущерб work.
• All riggers shall wear appropriate PPE
• Riggers shall be identifiable via helmet colour
• Tag lines used for all lifts
• Helmets colour coded
• All lifting accessories to be checked daily by crane driver and riggers before use.

• All equipment will be stored, handled in a safe and proper manner.


• Offloading and storage will be properly controlled / supervised at all times.
• Tag lines will be used to control equipment during loading and offloading.
• Personnel will be properly trained in safe methods of Equipment handling
• Персональные травмы
Оборудование и обращение including the danger of pinch points – fenced off.
• Материальный ущерб 9 0 9 0 9 Руководитель проекта 3 0 3 0 Низкий
с материалом • Erection areas will be identified and unauthorized entry will be controlled by use
of barriers, warning signs and close supervision.
• Appropriate personnel protective equipment will be worn at all times.
• Personnel will be reminded of risks through tool box talks.
• Periodically colour coded equipment.

• Install anemometers on cranes / site


• Safe operating limits for wind speed set for all lifting operations
• Персональные травмы • Liaison with OAMC meteorology dept.
Неблагоприятные погода • Материальный ущерб 16 0 9 0 16 • Protocols for all adverse weather situations such as sand storms established Руководитель проекта 4 0 3 0 Низкий
• Сбой крана • Training and competent supervision
• Crane supervisor with authority to suspend all lift operations project wide
• Crane driver and riggers authorised to stop lifts if deemed unsafe or high winds

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• Area to be visually checked for markers or physical signs of services, i.e.


manholes.
• Up to date drawings detailing existing services shall be obtained and checked
thoroughly.
• Service providers shall be contacted to assess if there are services in the area and
also to let them know work is going to be carried out.
• Personal Injury – electrocution /
• Obtain permit from Utility Company if required.
drowning / asphyxiation
• Use of trial holes and hand excavation around known services
• Property Damage
• Hand tools that are non conductive shall be used when excavating around existing
Underground services ;- gas, • Fire
3 Buried Services 12 6 12 6 12 services. Project Management 4 4 4 4 LOW
electricity or water • Disruption of utility services
• Prior to excavation the affected area shall be surveyed with a CAT and competent
• Pollution
person.
• Records of all CAT surveyed areas to be kept on file and briefed to excavation
team
• Surveyed area clearly demarked on site
• NOC from municipality to be obtained before excavation
• Emergency contact numbers displayed on site
• Where required use Permit to Dig.
• Obtain NOC where applicable

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• All necessary guards are to be in place on the mixer.


• All equipment is to be inspected by a competent person prior to use.
• Only trained operatives to use mixer
• Planned preventative maintenance programs
• Personal Injuries to include cuts
• No persons are to put tools or limbs in to mixer while drum is rotating.
and crush injuries
• Entanglement/Entrapment • Mixer is to be set up on firm level ground and should never be over loaded.
• Electrocution
• Electricity • All mixers should be 110 volt to prevent electrocution.
• Contact dermatitis/skin irritation
• Manual Handling • All temporary plant to be suitably earthed
4 Cement Mixer • Electric shocks / contact burns 9 6 9 3 9 Project Management 4 4 4 3 LOW
• Hazardous chemicals • Use of suitable PPE ( body / face / eyes/ hands /ears )
• Tinnitus / Noise induced hearing
• Noise • Adequate training & supervision
loss
• Tool box talks ref manual handling
• Cement dust inhalation
• Noise levels assessed and sound screens provided as required
• Pollution
• Availability of first aid / eye wash station
• Compliance with COSHH assessment
• Use protective mask.
• Washing out of transmixers

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• Selection and use of Appropriate PPE (body / hands /face /eyes / ears)
• Wear eye protection
• Eye wash station nearby.
• Burns,
• First Aid nearby
• Hazardous chemicals • Contact Dermatitis
6 4 0 4 6 • Trained first aider Project Management 3 2 0 2 LOW
• Spillage • Eye irritations
• Completion of COSHH Assessment
• Soil Pollution
• Use friendly chemicals
• Washing facilities will be provided with hot water, showers, soap & paper towels
• First Aid & First Aid Equipment provided

• Limit exposure time / regular breaks


• Job rotation
Vibration Vibration-induced white finger 6 0 0 0 6 • Selection and use of appropriate PPE Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Operatives will be briefed on dangers

• Provide leading edge protection and safe access.


• Personal Injury
• Good housekeeping disciplines
Falls on working levels or from • Deaths
16 0 0 9 16 • Adequate training & supervision Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
height • Serious injury
• Training and supervision

• Ear Protection if you have to shout to be heard.


Prolonged exposure to noisy Tinnitus, threshold shift , Noise • Monitor noise levels and enforce PPE use above 85dB
6 0 0 0 6 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
plant induced hearing loss • Place warning signage for noise
5 Concreting

Failure of support system or • Personal Injury


6 0 6 6 6 • Structural sign off for all falsework and formwork before any concrete placement Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
platform • Property damage

• Structural sign off for all falsework and formwork before any concrete placement
• All equipment is to be inspected by a competent person prior to use.
• Whip checks fitted on pressure hoses
• Operator has Valid license / certification
• Exclusion zone created around working concrete pump
• Noise levels assessed and PPE provided as required
• Property damage
• No manual clearance of pump hopper while pump is in operation
Concrete Pumps • Personal Injury 9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Adequate training & Supervision
• Pump is to be set up on firm level ground with outriggers fully deployed using load
pads.
• Wash-out facility will be provided and for night work will be illuminated.
• Clean out in an area set aside for this particular activity.
• Exclude people not involved in the clean out procedure from the work zone.
• Do not “Shoot” the clean out plug from the end of the concrete line.

Wastage Environmental damage 0 6 0 0 6 • Wash-out facility Project Management 0 3 0 0 LOW

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• Use whip wire on airlines


• Airlines Whipping Injury
• Visual inspection of air hoses prior to starting work, any damaged hoses to be
• Noise 6 6 0 0 6 Project Management 3 3 0 0 LOW
replaced
• Ear & Dust protection

6 Compressors & Air Tools • Anti-vibration tools used if possible


• Eye protection to grade one impact when using metal cutting or stone cutting tools
• Vibration white finger
• Heavy leather gloves when using tools causing hand-arm vibration
Jackhammer • Eye injuries 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Suitable protective gloves when handling parts contaminated with hydraulic fluid
• Hearing loss
• Hearing protection
• Respiratory protection against dust where assessed as necessary•

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• Use of confined space permit system


• Atmospheric testing.
• Suitable means of communication
• No lone working permitted
• Emergency plan in place ( rescue from Confined Space etc )
Increased or decreased
Asphyxiation 12 0 0 0 12 • Adequate ventilation / lighting Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
oxygen levels
• Suitable access points ( preferably 2 points where poss. )
• Hourly records of Gas levels
• Signage /exclusion zone to prevent unauthorized access
• Training & Supervision
• Good housekeeping
7 Confined Space

• Atmospheric testing.
• Use of confined space permit system
Hazardous gases Poisonings 8 0 0 0 8 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Adequate ventilation / lighting
• Hourly records of Gas levels

• Fire points available


• No Smoking
Fire Burns 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Exclude inflammable materials & liquids
• Intrinsically safe lighting, emergency lighting and torches.

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• Good visibility of oncoming vehicles.


• Traffic calming measures such as speed bumps
• Pedestrian routing. High visibility clothing.
• Reversing alarms.
• All vehicle reversing controlled by trained banksman.
• Traffic accidents
• Adequate signage
Moving Delivery Vehicles • Property damage
9 0 9 0 9 • Adequate lighting at site entrances Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Entering/Leaving site • Personal injury
• Site driving rules posted
• Security marshalling traffic
• All Project / Subcontractors drivers HSE inducted
• All drivers to hold valid Omani license
9 Deliveries Unloading & Storage • Authorised vehicles only on site
• Security identify drop zones & advise delivery drivers on site traffic rules.

• Injury
Unloading • Material damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Comply with Lifting Operations Project Procedure Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW

• Stack materials in designated areas


• Injury
• Cordon off area
Storage • Material damage 9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Keep storage area tidy

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• Designated and signposted access routes required.


• All drivers must have an appropriate license for the particular piece of plant they
are using.
• All personnel involved in the work shall be inducted, instructed on the site driving
rules and have their license checked and recorded.
• Regular tool box talks and Night Activity Briefings (NAB) shall be given to reiterate
• Road traffic accident driving standards.
• Personal Injury • Supervisors and H&S shall monitor driving and take appropriate action if
10 Driving – Dangerous or Unsafe Dangerous or unsafe driving 16 0 16 6 16 Project Management 4 0 4 3 LOW
• Property damage necessary.
• All reversing vehicles to be controlled by a trained banksman
• All mobile plant to have audible reversing alarm
• Blind spots to be mitigated by appropriate mirrors. .
• All necessary lights should be in place on vehicles including orange flashing
beckons and should be used at all times as well as being regularly inspected.
• Vehicle Lights, windows and mirrors shall be cleaned regularly to ensure a clear
view.

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• 110Volt tools only permitted on project


• Use of approved industrial sockets
• Inspected and Project colour coded
• Personal Injuries: Cuts and
• HSE Induction for all workers.
lacerations.
• Toolbox talks.
• Electricity • Potential amputations
• Selection and use of suitable PPE.
• Moving parts • Penetrating Injuries.
• Adequate training and supervision.
11 Electrical Tools • Noise • Respiratory problems 9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 4 0 4 0 LOW
• Tool maintenance and record keeping.
• Vibration • Upper limb work disorders
• Damaged tools tagged, isolated and removed from service
• Dusts • Vibration white finger.
• All tools fitted with appropriately adjusted guards.
• Electrocution.
• Pre use daily inspections
• PAT test to all Electric equipment.
• Job rotation as required & recorded.
• Equipment to comply with colour code for period

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• All Electrical Distribution boards shall be fitted with suitable circuit breakers
• All hand tools on site shall be 110V
• Use of approved industrial sockets
• Only authorized and trained personnel to carry out work with electrical equipment.
• Only trained and authorised personnel to complete electrical installations ( DB’s
etc )
• Electrocution. • Portable equipment to be checked by authorized electrician or independent
• Using Electrical Equipment.
• Fire. assessor.
12 Electrical Work • Electrical installation works 12 0 9 4 12 Project Management 4 0 3 2 LOW
• Property damage • All electrical equipment shall be colour coded
• Suitable fire extinguishers stored at strategic locations.
• Any damaged equipment to be removed from use, isolated and tagged to prevent
accidental re-use
• No ‘hot wiring / splicing of cables ‘ on site
• Lock out tag out system (for DB boxes etc )
• Suitable earthing for all temporary plant
• Suitable training and supervision

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• Induction training.
• Increased risk of unsafe activities • Training in site rules and procedures.
• Potential poor quality works • HSE training programs
Inexperience of New
13 Employees New Starts • Personal Injury 9 0 6 0 6 • Close supervision / use buddy system Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Employees
• Property damage • Pre planning of tasks assigned based on experience required
• Issued with PPE
• Issued with Identification Card

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• Project specific emergency plan created


• Emergency procedure included in induction and reiterated in briefings and Tool
box talks.
• Emergency contact details posted on site notice boards and office bulletin boards
• Emergency contact detail cards distributed to all supervisory staff
• Disruption to project • Emergency facilities on standby (ambulance / fire engine / clinic )
• Personal injuries • Trained First Aiders available throughout the site
Emergency situations / poor • Property damage • Trained fire wardens available throughout the site
14 Emergency Procedures 16 9 9 6 16 Project Management 4 3 3 3 LOW
emergency procedures • Worsening of an incident if dealt • Fire points / first aid boxes available throughout the site
with incorrectly • Duty Incident Controller Rota established
• Scheduled emergency drills
• Liaison with civilian emergency services.
• All personnel to have Emergency #
• Security at gates.
• Emergency drills.

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Comply with Project Excavation Procedure


General • Provide safe access & egress Project Management

• Slope or step faces


• Entrapment
• Daily inspections
• Death
Trench Collapse 16 0 0 9 16 • Permit to Dig in place. Project Management 4 0 0 4 LOW
• Injury
• Keep excavations dry, water at safe level.

• All excavations will have suitable fixed barriers at least 1.5m from leading edges
• Provision of adequate signage
• Creation of safe pedestrian access routes away from excavations
• Personal Injury
Persons falling into • Safe access and egress shall be provided for all excavations and access bridges
• Property damage 9 0 6 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
excavations over the trenches should be provided if required.
• Excavation daily inspection checklist to be completed by competent person
• Training & Supervision
• Regular TB Talks ref: excavation safety

• All excavations will have suitable fixed barriers at least 1.5m from leading edges
• All excavated spoil to be placed at least 1.5m from leading edges
• Provision of adequate signage
• Creation of vehicle access routes away from excavations
• Safe access and egress shall be provided for all excavations and access bridges
over the trenches should be provided.
• No lone working in excavations
• Excavation daily inspection checklist to be completed by competent person
Material or plant falling into • Personal Injury • Training & Supervision
excavations including trench • Property damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Regular TB Talks ref: excavation safety Project Management 6 0 6 0 LOW
collapse • Stop blocks shall be used where plant is working near the trench. The stop blocks
must of sufficient height and strength to stop the vehicle and of sufficient distance
from the trench so as to stop collapse.
• All excavations of greater depth than 1.2 (other than in rock) shall have a suitable
means of ground support such as. battering, benching, trench sheets, trench boxes,
sheet piling, etc.
• Adequate angle of repose shall be in place for all excavations where above ground
support measures are not possible
• Lighting as required

15 Excavations
• Collapse of structure • Suitable prior planning of shoring requirements before works commence.
Weakening of adjacent • Property damage • Structural engineer to advise on any additional shoring / support required.
9 0 6 6 6 Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
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* Initial Risk * Residual Risk

RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Area to be visually checked for markers or physical signs of services, i.e.


manholes.
• Up to date Drawings detailing existing services shall be obtained and checked
thoroughly.
• Liaison with concerned authority
• Personal Injury – electrocution /
• Use of trial holes and hand excavation around known services
drowning / asphyxiation
• Hand tools that are non conductive shall be used when excavating around existing
Buried Services gas, • Property Damage
12 12 12 9 12 services. Project Management 3 3 3 2 LOW
electricity water • Fire
• Prior to excavation the affected area shall be surveyed with a CAT and competent
• Disruption of utility services
person.
• Records of all CAT surveyed areas to be kept on file and briefed to excavation
team
• Surveyed area clearly demarked on site
• NOC from municipality to be obtained before excavation

• Selection of appropriate plant in respect of max operating heights


• Erect barriers with warning signs parallel
• Erect goal posts with cross bars for passing under
• All plant movement under overhead power lines controlled by trained banksman
• All plant and temporary scaffolds to be suitably earthed to safeguard against
arcing
• All drivers and plant operators to receive Tool box talks
• Personal Injury – electrocution / • Security to stop all vehicles and warn drivers of any overhead power line hazards
burns • Exclusion zones created to prevent encroachment of plant & vehicles near
• Property Damage overhead lines
Overhead Power Lines 9 0 9 9 9 Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
• Fire • Competent supervision
• Disruption of utility services • Reroute service where possible
• Follow CCCTAVJV procedure
• Operate Permit to Work
• Safe System of Work in place
• Working under or around Power Lines Procedure in place.
• Re route power lines where possible.
• Overhead power line procedure in place.
• Notify service company
• Obtain NOC

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• All excavator operators to hold valid license / certification


• All operators familiarised with the SAFE WORKING PROCEDURE FOR
EXCAVATORS.
• Prior to mobilising all excavators to be inspected by PMV
• Operator to carry out visual inspection of machine prior to start up.
• All excavators shall deploy outriggers if fitted
• Visibility blind spots to be minimised by mirrors.
• Personal Injury [may be severe, • Flashing beacon fitted.
even fatal] • Windows, lights, Mirrors to be cleaned regularly.
• Working excavator
• Property damage. • The cab floor to be kept clean and free from any obstacles which may affect the
• Excavator failure 12 0 9 0 12 Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
• Traffic accidents safe operation of the Machine.
• Ground workers to wear Hi Visibility Vests, safety boots and helmets at all times.
• Exclusion zone to be created around working excavators
• All excavators to be included in Planned Preventative Maintenance schedule
• All excavators to have Fire extinguisher in cab
16 Excavators • Spill kits available on site
• Banksman to supervise & direct driver.
• No persons to be in any trench or excavation during machine excavation work.
• With quick hitches – locking bars or self locking pins to be fully inserted and
visually checked by driver.

• Fully deployed outriggers


• Posted SWL on machine
• Property damage
• Selection of appropriate plant for task (SWL etc )
• Personal injury
Lifting operations 12 0 9 0 12 • Competent rigging Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Machine overturn
• Suitable lifting attachments / eyes on machine – certified
• Exclusion zone
• In date equipment colour code.

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Falsework designed by structural engineer


• Separate MS / RA for each bridge
• MS/ RA briefed to all affected workers
• Personal Injury
17 Falsework / Formwork Structural collapse 9 0 9 0 9 • Structural engineer inspection, approval & sign off prior to any loading of falsework Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Property damage
• Formwork inspected / signed off prior to any concrete placement
• Provide proper access and egress routes
• Erect and strip falsework & formwork as per design drawings

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• All personnel using and fitting the barbed wire should be trained, experienced and
competent in the use of the material
Sharp wire to be fitted to • Coveralls, appropriate gloves and face shield to be worn by personnel fitting and
• Cuts to hands, face and body. 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
fence by hand handling barbed wire material.
• None essential personnel to be kept away from area barbed wire is being used by
barriers with signs erected to high light the issue.

18 Fencing

• Ladders will be inspected and tagged by a competent person.


• Ladders shall be footed at all times.
• Falls from ladders • Broken bones
• Coils of wire shall be left at ground level and a section of uncoiled wire shall be
• Falling materials • Cuts and bruises 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
passed up to person securing the wire to the post.
• Ladders shall be locked securely or removed from site when not in use.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Selection and use of appropriate PPE


• Use fuel nozzles that automatically shut-off the flow of fuel when tank is full.
• Keep a spill kit near fuel and oil storage areas and refuelling areas.
• Drip trays in place for all static plant to catch any nuisance leaks and drips that
may occur.
• Routine servicing only permitted in PMV
• Environmental protective measures such as plastic sheeting in place for any
mobile plant fuelling / servicing
• Store oil away from watercourses or surface water drains.
• Damage to Environment
• Hazardous chemicals • No mixed storage
• Fire
• Spillage • Use funnels when fuelling from containers
19 Fuelling & Oiling Plant • Personal Injury / Illness 9 6 6 0 9 Project Management 3 3 3 0 LOW
• Flammable chemicals • Fire extinguishers at fuel stations and on any mobile refuelling / service vehicles,
• Property damage
AFFF foam
• Pollution
• Trained fire marshals / fire extinguisher operatives available
• Complete COSHH assessment for all fuels and oils
• Comply with COSHH assessment
• MSDS with stores / PMV / HSE / Env team / clinic
• Training & Supervision
• Eye wash stations
• First Aid
• Emergency # at hand.
• Spill kits
• Safe disposal of any contaminated ground

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• MSDS reviewed for all substances and COSHH assessments produced for any
with adverse health affects
• Spill kits and eye wash kits to be available with personnel trained in their use
• Adequate fire precautions available
• Trained fire marshals / fire extinguisher operatives available
• Selection and use of appropriate PPE, as per COSHH assessment
• MSDS’s available at work locations, to include HSE / Env. / Clinic / PMV / Stores
• Damage to Environment
• Hazardous substances • Suitable bunded storage facilities or drip trays available for all hazardous
• Fire
20 Hazardous Substances • Flammable chemicals 12 9 9 6 12 chemicals Project Management 4 3 3 3 LOW
• Personal Injury / Illness
• Spillages • All workers fully briefed as to requirements of COSHH assessments
• Property damage
• Use, storage & disposal in line with COSHH assessment
• No mixed storage of hazardous chemicals
• First aid & Eye wash nearby
• All container to have labels identifying substance
• Store personnel will know the hazards associated with items they dispense
• No decanting of hazardous and flammable substances into plastic bottles or
containers

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Provision of drinking water for all work locations


• Provision of electrolyte replacement additives for drinking water supplies
• Provide shaded rest areas for all work locations ( with fans / AC’s where poss. )
• HSE training department - Heat stress awareness campaign
• Poster campaigns
Heat • Regular Tool box talks ref: heat stress
• Heat Stress
• Toilets to have urine colour charts posted to aid self assessment of dehydration
• Heat Stroke
What Is Heat Stress? levels
• Fatigue
It's a signal that says the body is having difficulty Thermal Radiation • Dehydration
6 0 0 0 6 • Monitoring of operatives by supervisors for signs of heat stress and sweat rash. Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
maintaining its narrow temperature range. The • Adherence to Summer working hours regulations
• Collapse
heart pumps faster, blood is diverted from internal • Planning of critical tasks in cooler conditions
organs to the skin, breathing rate increases, • Provision of fans / AC’s in work areas as appropriate
21 • Job rotation
sweating increases, all in an attempt to transfer
more heat to the outside air and cool the skin by • Provision of canopy’s for exposed work areas
evaporation of sweat. If the body can't keep up • Provision of suitable PPE
then the person suffers effects ranging from heat • Availability and awareness of First Aiders
cramps to heat exhaustion, and finally to heat
stroke.

• Sunburn
• Skin ageing
• Selection and use of appropriate PPE ( welding masks etc )
• Premature cancer
UV Radiation 6 0 0 0 6 • Training & Supervision Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Eye strain
• Full length overalls
• Arc eye ( welders)

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Arrange exclusion zones around the areas of testing


High pressure water that may • Insure only authorized persons are in the exclusion zone
22 Hydrostatic Testing of Pressure Mains Pipe Testing cause pipe bursting and cause 9 0 0 0 9 • PPE Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
injuries to persons • Only qualified and competent persons conducting the tests
• Pressure testing permit system in place.

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Use Bitumen Boiler – trained operatives only


• Use Bitumen Bucket –trained operatives only
• Wear heat resistant Gauntlets
• Wear heat resistant Boots
• Wear protective eye wear
23 Joint Sealing with Hot Bitumen Hot Material & Equipment Burns to skin & eyes 9 0 0 0 9 • Job rotation to prevent heat related disorders Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Exclusion zone around the hot bitumen work
• Availability of first aiders and cool water to flush affected area in the event of burn
injury
• Comply with COSHH assessment requirements
• Tool box talks

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Lorry set up on firm and level ground


• Outriggers fully deployed
• Load pads under all outriggers
• Hiab has valid 3rd party inspection certification.
• Personal injury • PMV inspection prior to mobilisation
Hiab Lorry overturning • Property damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Licensed operator Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Selection of correct crane for task ( SWL etc ).
• Weights of loads known before lifting
• Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
• Training
• Check for drains etc before placing out-riggers.

• All lifting equipment shall be 3rd party inspected and certified as fit for purpose,
• All areas of lifting operations shall be adequately lit
• Personal Injury
• Operators to have valid licenses
24 Lorry Hiab Failure of lifting equipment • Property damage 9 0 9 0 6 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• All lift accessories shall be 3rd party inspected, certified and comply with Project
colour coding scheme for the period

• All equipment will be stored, handled in a safe and proper manner.


• Offloading and storage will be properly controlled / supervised at all times.
• Tag lines will be used to control equipment during loading and offloading.
• Personnel will be properly trained in safe methods of Equipment handling
• Personal Injury
including the danger of pinch points
Equipment & Material • Property damage
9 0 9 0 6 • Erection areas will be identified and unauthorized entry will be controlled by use Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Handling
of barriers, warning signs and close supervision.
• Appropriate personnel protective equipment will be worn at all times.
• Personnel will be reminded of risks through tool box talks.
• Period colour coded equipment.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Lorries with powered sheeting/ unsheeting are preferred


• Lorries shall park in a safe place and on even flat ground before
Working at height
sheeting/unsheeting
whilst Sheeting and
Falls, injuries 12 0 0 0 12 • Proper access ladders shall be provided for manual sheeting Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
unsheeting of lorries
• Sheeting & unsheeting will be done by 2 persons, one on each side of the lorry
• Banksman shall be available during the sheeting/ unsheeting

Reduced attention
• No Mobile Phone shall be used whilst driving
whilst driving leading to
Mobile phones 12 0 0 0 12 • Site induction to cover use of mobile phones Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
accidents
25 Lorries Tippers & Trailers • Ban from site for persistent offenders

• Speed limits on site.


• Adequate signage.
• Speed humps
Speeding Accidents 12 0 0 0 12 • Speed monitoring Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Ban from site for persistent offenders
• Site induction to be delivered to all personnel entering site.

• Don’t tip under overhead cables


Overhead Electrical Cables Elocution 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Look up for overhead cables before tipping

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• All staff HSE inducted


• Regular Tool Box Talks ref: manual handling.
• Mechanical aids to be used where possible.
• Appropriate selection of materials by procurement Dept i.e. 25kg bags of cement.
• Back strains
• Heavy loads • Blocks to be stacked on level ground close to the work site by mechanical means.
• Personal Injury
26 Manual Handling • Uneven loads 9 0 9 0 9 • Job rotation for lifting tasks Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Property damage
• Poor techniques • Regular breaks
• Consider 2 person lift
• No stacking above shoulder level.
• Carry out manual handling assessments for large loads or repetitive work

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Do not exceed lifting capacity of MEWP


General hazards Injury • Only carry materials that fit inside the basket

• All operators to have valid 3rd party certification


• All operators to wear full body harnesses with double lanyards
• Equipment to have secure working platform / man basket with appropriate guard
Persons falling from height Personal Injury 16 0 0 0 16 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
rails & toe boards where applicable.
• All works shall be conducted from inside platform / basket.
• List of authorised operators posted on machines

• Exclusion zones created around working MEWP’s.


• Personal Injury • Only essential tools to be taken in MEWP basket,
Falling objects. • Property damage 12 0 9 0 12 • Tools should be tethered where possible or should be stored in appropriate Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
27 MEWP ( Mobile Elevating Work Platform) holders

• All equipment to have valid 3rd party inspection certificate


• All equipment to have PMV inspection before mobilisation
Mechanical • Personal Injury • Pre use daily inspection
Failure • Property damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Planned preventative maintenance schedules Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Selection of appropriate MEWP as per task requirements
• Drivers to carry out daily / weekly inspection of MEWP,

• If fitted, out riggers fully deployed with use of load pads


• Personal Injury
• SWL posted on machine
Overturning MEWP • Property damage 12 0 12 0 12 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• On unpaved areas ensure ground is compacted and stable. The correct type of
MEWP to be used for the area.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Appropriate lighting as per Procedure for Night Works


• Lighting plans and night works permits to be provided by Project HSE department.
• Nominated person responsible per shift to ensure that all lighting is compliant with
Client requirements
• Tower lights to be set up so the light beam shines across the runway (North to
South) so as not to be a distraction to pilots on finals to landing.
• Traffic collisions • The max height of ground based tower light masts to be limited to 13m.
• Property damage • Lighting established on raised bridge decks to be approved by Client
Insufficient Lighting 12 0 12 0 12 Project Management 4 0 4 0 LOW
• Personal Injury • Lights to have welded restrictors to ensure the light beam is downwards facing.
• Lighting control will be via liaison with the Client
• Light Towers erected on firm / level ground
28 Night-work • A PMV mechanic will be available for maintenance work.
• Safety cover
• Emergency contact #’s posted.
• Inspection by supervisor
• Vehicular access route to be adequately signposted and illuminated.

• Risk of traffic collisions • All lighting beams shall be suitable shaded to prevent unwanted distraction to
Lighting Nuisance to public
• Complaints from public 12 0 0 9 12 public roads Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
roads
• Light beams shall be directed down wards to flood requisite task only

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Project specific emergency plan created


• Emergency procedure included in induction and reiterated in briefings and Tool
box talks.
• Emergency contact details posted on site notice boards and office bulletin boards
• Property damage • Emergency contact detail cards distributed to all supervisory staff
• Personal injuries • Emergency facilities on standby (ambulance / fire engine / clinic )
29 Night Emergency Procedures Emergency situations 9 0 6 12 9 Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
• Disruption to project • Trained First Aiders available throughout the site
• Trained fire wardens available throughout the site
• Fire points / first aid boxes available throughout the site
• Duty Incident Controller Rota established
• Scheduled emergency drills
• Liaison with civilian emergency services

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Threshold shift • Monitoring of noise levels and signs placed in high noise areas.
• Noise induced hearing loss • Provision of sound screens where appropriate to mitigate high noise levels
• Tinnitus generated by plant / machinery
30 Noise High levels High Noise levels 9 9 0 0 9 Project Management 4 3 0 0 LOW
• Miscommunications • Creation of high noise area exclusion zones
• Pollution • Availability of suitable Hearing protection as required
• Mandatory PPE use for noise levels above 85 dB.

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• Create fixed barrier exclusion zones & traffic marshalling zones with appropriate
signage
• Erect goal posts with cross bars for passing under ( constructed of non conductive
materials )
• When working underneath banksman to control plant movements
• Burns
• Overhead power lines identified at earliest possible time
• Electrocution
• Electricity • Power Company contracted to establish voltage, height and safety clearance
• Fatality
• Contact with cables 16 0 12 9 16 • Where possible, overhead lines de-energised or relocated prior to any works Project Management 4 0 4 3 LOW
• Property damage
• Hazards identified by warning signs / notices, goal posts where necessary
• Disruption to utility services
• Inform all site personnel of danger and ensure a safe system of work is adopted
• Provide adequate / competent supervision
• All temporary structures in vicinity to be suitably earthed against possibility of
31 Overhead Cables Electrical arcing caused by overhead cables
• Operate Permit to Work.

• All works in proximity to overhead lines will be suspended unless approved task
Poor Lighting Inability to discern power lines 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
lighting and adequate supervision is provided

Increased risk of atmospheric • Works suspended as dictated by HSE department eg: during electrical storms etc
Adverse weather 9 0 6 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
conductivity and arcing • Exclusion zones widened in humid conditions

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• Banksman to control reversing lorries


• Drivers to hold valid licence
• Correct PPE i.e. safety boots, gloves, hard hats.
• Struck or rolled over by • Traffic calming measures shall be implemented as appropriate
Lorries. • Broken limbs. • A flagman will be in attendance when required to guide vehicles safely into and out
• Trapping. • Fatality 16 0 0 0 16 of the site Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Crushing • All drivers must have an appropriate license for the particular piece of plant they
are using
• Exclusion zones created around work area
• Roads closed and diverted as appropriate
32 Paving Bituminous Material with Machine • Posting of suitable warning signage

• MSDS and COSHH assessments to be produced, followed and submitted to the


• Contact Burns
Engineer for all hazardous materials to be used
Hazardous chemicals • Skin irritation 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Correct PPE to be worn when using hazardous substances, as per COSHH
assessment

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Follow good housekeeping at site


• Slips, trips & falls
• Remove rocks and debris from the area
Excavation • Serious Injury 16 0 0 0 16 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Follow method statements

• Proper Maintenance of Vehicle and Equipment


Noise Occupational illness 9 0 0 0 9 • Use ear protection Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW

• Carry out survey of the area before work


• Install "Goal Post" to prevent machines hitting overhead lines.
Damage to Utilities Property Damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Certified / Qualified operators to Operate the equipment Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Manual excavation were mechanical excavation is not practical,

• A dedicated Flag man at all times


Persons being struck by plant • lag man must wear reflective vest
Serious Injury / Death 16 0 0 9 16 Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
or other vehicles • Operators must not use mobile phones while operating machines
• People on foot must be kept clear of the area.

33 Pipe-Jacking

• Barricade & put signage in trenched area


• Prevent access to unauthorised people
Persons Falling in to pits Serious Injury 16 0 0 9 16 • Install "STOP" blocks if necessary Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
• Ensure ladder and life line for rescue operation
• Ensure standby vehicle & trained person at site always for emergency.

Vehicle Equipment /Materials • Do not park vehicle near trench


falling into pits (Pipe, sand Property Damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Do not store excavated materials close to the trench Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Etc.) • Ensure pipes are chocked & kept 1.5mtrs from trench

• Ensure trench walls are well supported, use shoring if necessary


Collapse of Pit walls or sides Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • Slope sides when excavating in sand / loose soil Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• The excavation must be inspected daily, before work start, by a competent person.

Hazardous fume accumulation


Serious Injury/death 16 0 0 0 16 • Do not use petrol / Diesel Engines in trenches- exhaust gases can accumulate. Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
in pits

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• Keep workplace clean & tidy


• Wear gloves
• Hand Injuries
• Never tamper with machine guards
34 Pinch Points Pinch Points • Body Injuries 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Care when handling equipment & materials
• Know how to turn off machinery in an emergency
• Don’t wear loose cloths or jewellery when working near machines

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• All plant to be operated by suitably licensed and competent operators.


• All reversing vehicles to be controlled by a trained banksman
• All mobile plant to have audible reversing alarm
• Blind spots to be mitigated by appropriate mirrors.
• Reversing Alarms fitted.
• All necessary lights should be in place on vehicles including orange flashing
beckons and should be used at all times as well as being regularly inspected.
• Injury
• Vehicle Lights, windows and mirrors shall be cleaned regularly to ensure a clear
35 Plant & Plant Operators Plant & Plant Operators • Property Damage 12 0 9 0 12 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
view.
• Exclusion zones created around working plant
• The route between the batching plant and the concrete location shall be lit with
tower lights and have signs and flashing orange beckons along it to clear show the
route.
• PPE, specific to night works i.e. clear lens glasses.
• Operators to be trained, competent and hold current Omani Licences.
• Stationary plant to have drip trays.

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• Provide access
• Task lighting
36 Plant Repairs & Maintenance Electrocution Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • Trained & competent fitters Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Electrical cables to be insulated
• Use correct tools

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Injury • Banksman to guide and coordinate the movements of plant items working in close
Collision with other plant • Damage 9 0 9 0 6 proximity and reversing plant Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Vehicles not to be parked in swing area of cranes or excavators etc.

37 Plant Collision
• No person to stand sit or walk near working cranes excavators etc
• No person shall sleep or take rest under plant
Collision with persons Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • No unauthorised access Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Reversing Alarms fitted.
• Exclusion zones created around working plant

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• Started bars covered by timbers or caps


Protruding steel Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • Binding wire bent away Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW

38 Reinforcement
• Wear grinder glasses
Cutting Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • Abrasive wheel training Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Suitable NOC’s shall be obtained for all road works prior to works commencing
• The working area should be barricaded and signs erected so that vehicle drivers
are informed
Working on or near roads Personal Injury / Fatality 16 0 0 0 16 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Drivers shall follow site driving rules at all times.
• Suitable lighting shall be provided for all areas of operation
• Traffic calming measures shall be implemented as appropriate

39 Road Works
• Correct signing/coning/barriers in place for all roadwork’s and path works. Signs
made stable by sandbags
• Safe access for vehicles, plant and persons. Correct placing of signage shall
• Collision with plant or traffic ensure that public vehicles do not enter the work area.
• Serious/fatal injuries from falls or
• Vehicles gaining access to • A flagman will be in attendance when required to guide vehicles safely into and out
collisions
the site from poorly designed of the site
• Hand, foot and eye injuries from
Traffic Management 16 0 0 0 16 • Safe crossing of traffic lanes Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
contact with hazardous materials or
• Falls into excavations or • Fixed barriers erected around any excavations which are 2 metres or more in
flying particles
from plant depth
• Open excavations fenced and illuminated at night with adequate signage
• Adequate space and sufficient time allocated to the job
• Noise minimised where possible
• High-visibility clothing worn

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Training to personnel
• Permit system for operators
• Inspect the equipment regularly
• Cuts, injuries, eye injuries • Test the machine prior setting for cutting
40 Road Saw Using Saw machine 9 6 0 0 9 Project Management 3 3 0 0 LOW
• Dust • Change the blade regularly
• Wear Eye protection
• Wear Dust mask.
• Set up exclusion zone with barriers and signage

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Temporary works structural design.


• Competent supervision
• Only essential personnel and equipment to be allowed on to raised working
platforms.
• Regular briefings, tool box talks and night works activity briefs to be given related
to working at height.
• All temporary working platforms ( scaffold systems ) shall be erected by trained
• Structural collapse
and competent personnel
• Works at height • Personal Injury
• All scaffold systems shall be regularly inspected by competent persons every 7
41 Scaffolding • Fall of materials • Property 16 0 12 0 16 Project Management 4 0 4 0 LOW
days.
• Fall of persons
• All scaffold systems shall display a valid (signed and dated) scaff tag to identify if
safe to use
• Use fall arrest harnesses on scaffolding and falsework systems
• Use double rail fixed barriers and toe boards on leading edges.
• Use of suitable load rated steel life lines in absence of fixed guard rails
• Adequate signage and exclusion zones around temporary structures
• Structural design sign off before loading

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• The work carried out in accordance with a design plan


• Erection carried out by competent workers
• Pre work briefings ref: MS and RA
• Works at height
• Property damage • Training & Supervision
42 Steel Structures Erection • Adverse weather conditions 16 0 9 0 16 Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
• Personal Injury • Use of appropriate PPE
• Lifting operations
• See Works at height section
• See Lifting operations section
• Trained riggers in attendance.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Hot work Permits


• Tool Inspections
• Welding screens
• All hot works conducted by suitably trained and competent persons
• Burns • Proper identification and storage of acetylene and oxygen tanks
• Fire and explosion • Electric shock • All cutting / welding rigs to be fitted with flash back arrestors
• Thermal Radiation • Arc Eye • Provision of suitable PPE
43 Welding & Cutting • Ultra-violet radiation • Heat Disorders 9 0 0 0 9 • Remove all combustible materials from areas of hot works Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Gases and fumes • Respiratory problems • Fire watch for 30 mins post hot work activity
• Systemic poisoning from fumes • Provision of suitable task lighting
• Provision of suitable ventilation ( dilution / forced )
• Atmospheric testing as required ( confined space etc )
• All cylinders when being transported shall have the protective guards or caps in
place over the valve assemblies. They should be transported in an upright position
to and from the site in the special racks provided for this purpose.

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• Temporary works structural design.


• Competent supervision
• Only essential personnel, materials and equipment to be allowed on to raised
working platforms.
• Regular briefings, tool box talks and night works activity briefs to be given related
to working at height.
• All temporary working platforms ( scaffold systems ) shall be erected by trained
and competent personnel
• All scaffold systems shall be regularly inspected by competent persons every 7
days
Working at Height On Scaffolding & Other Persons falling & falling
44 Personnel injuries 16 0 0 0 16 • All scaffold systems shall display a valid (signed and dated) scaff tag to identify if Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
Platforms objects
safe to use
• Use fall arrest harnesses on scaffolding and falsework systems
• Use double rail fixed barriers and toe boards on leading edges.
• Use of suitable load rated steel life lines in absence of fixed guard rails
• Adequate signage and exclusion zones around temporary structures
Structural design sign-off before loading.
• Operate Permit to Work
• Loading platforms provided for materials & equipment
• Materials to be securely & safely stacked.
• Provide safe access and egress for personnel.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Warning signs
• Drowning • No lone working
• Physical effects of swallowing • Edge protection where practical
45 Working On, Above or Near Water Water 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
contaminated water • Safety lines and harnesses if edge protection is not present
• Lifebuoys and rescue lines
• Access routes free of hazards

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Vibration White Finger • Limit exposure time / regular breaks


• Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome • Job rotation
46 Operating Vibrating Hand Tools Vibration 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 2 0 0 0 LOW
(HAVS) • Selection and use of appropriate PPE

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Site HSE Project Procedures


• Work Permit Systems
• Method Statement for Risk Activities
• Risk Assessments
• On Site Safety Training
• HSE Supervision
• Issue of PPE
• COSHH Assessments
• On site Medical Clinic
Construction Activities • Injuries
1 General Site Activities 9 9 9 9 9 • Site Emergency Response Plan Project Management 4 4 4 4 LOW
• Property Damage
• Site Health, Safety & Environmental Plan
• First Aid Kits available
• First Aiders
• Site Inductions for Employees
• Welfare Facilities
• Waste bins
• Managers must take responsibility and accountability for HSE Management
• Training and implement above.

• Use of task specific discs


• Use of correctly adjusted guards
• Use of suitable PPE ( body / hands / face / eyes /ears )
• Trained and competent persons only to use abrasive wheels / change discs
• All electrical equipment to be 110V with industrial sockets
• Routine inspection / testing
• Contact burns / electric shocks • All electrical equipment colour coded
• Disc Disintegration
• Penetrating injuries • Damaged equipment tagged and taken out of service
• Electricity
• Property damage • All cutters and grinders regularly maintained
• Entrapment / Entanglement
• Tinnitus / Threshold shift / Noise • No loose clothing worn
2 Abrasive Wheels • Spoil Ejection 9 6 9 6 9 Project Management 4 4 4 4 LOW
induced Hearing loss • Adequate training & supervision
• Fire
• Respiratory problems • Use of Hot work permit system
• Noise
• Eye Injury • Fire points available
• Dust
• Trained fire extinguisher operatives
• Removal of combustible materials
• Sound screens / isolation of high noise activities
• Abrasive wheel signs.
• Eye protection – high impact glasses at all times.
• Eye wash station on site

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Area to be visually checked for markers or physical signs of services, i.e.


manholes.
• Up to date drawings detailing existing services shall be obtained and checked
thoroughly.
• Service providers shall be contacted to assess if there are services in the area and
also to let them know work is going to be carried out.
• Personal Injury – electrocution /
• Obtain permit from Utility Company if required.
drowning / asphyxiation
• Use of trial holes and hand excavation around known services
• Property Damage
• Hand tools that are non conductive shall be used when excavating around existing
Underground services ;- gas, • Fire
3 Buried Services 12 6 12 6 12 services. Project Management 4 4 4 4 LOW
electricity or water • Disruption of utility services
• Prior to excavation the affected area shall be surveyed with a CAT and competent
• Pollution
person.
• Records of all CAT surveyed areas to be kept on file and briefed to excavation
team
• Surveyed area clearly demarked on site
• NOC from municipality to be obtained before excavation
• Emergency contact numbers displayed on site
• Where required use Permit to Dig.
• Obtain NOC where applicable

• All necessary guards are to be in place on the mixer.


• All equipment is to be inspected by a competent person prior to use.
• Only trained operatives to use mixer
• Planned preventative maintenance programs
• Personal Injuries to include cuts
• No persons are to put tools or limbs in to mixer while drum is rotating.
and crush injuries
• Entanglement/Entrapment • Mixer is to be set up on firm level ground and should never be over loaded.
• Electrocution
• Electricity • All mixers should be 110 volt to prevent electrocution.
• Contact dermatitis/skin irritation
• Manual Handling • All temporary plant to be suitably earthed
4 Cement Mixer • Electric shocks / contact burns 9 6 9 3 9 Project Management 4 4 4 3 LOW
• Hazardous chemicals • Use of suitable PPE ( body / face / eyes/ hands /ears )
• Tinnitus / Noise induced hearing
• Noise • Adequate training & supervision
loss
• Tool box talks ref manual handling
• Cement dust inhalation
• Noise levels assessed and sound screens provided as required
• Pollution
• Availability of first aid / eye wash station
• Compliance with COSHH assessment
• Use protective mask.
• Washing out of transmixers

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Selection and use of Appropriate PPE (body / hands /face /eyes / ears)
• Wear eye protection
• Eye wash station nearby.
• Burns,
• First Aid nearby
• Hazardous chemicals • Contact Dermatitis
6 4 0 4 6 • Trained first aider Project Management 3 2 0 2 LOW
• Spillage • Eye irritations
• Completion of COSHH Assessment
• Soil Pollution
• Use friendly chemicals
• Washing facilities will be provided with hot water, showers, soap & paper towels
• First Aid & First Aid Equipment provided

• Limit exposure time / regular breaks


• Job rotation
Vibration Vibration-induced white finger 6 0 0 0 6 • Selection and use of appropriate PPE Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Operatives will be briefed on dangers

• Provide leading edge protection and safe access.


• Personal Injury
• Good housekeeping disciplines
Falls on working levels or from • Deaths
16 0 0 9 16 • Adequate training & supervision Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
height • Serious injury
• Training and supervision

• Ear Protection if you have to shout to be heard.


Prolonged exposure to noisy Tinnitus, threshold shift , Noise • Monitor noise levels and enforce PPE use above 85dB
6 0 0 0 6 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
plant induced hearing loss • Place warning signage for noise
5 Concreting

Failure of support system or • Personal Injury


6 0 6 6 6 • Structural sign off for all falsework and formwork before any concrete placement Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
platform • Property damage

• Structural sign off for all falsework and formwork before any concrete placement
• All equipment is to be inspected by a competent person prior to use.
• Whip checks fitted on pressure hoses
• Operator has Valid license / certification
• Exclusion zone created around working concrete pump
• Noise levels assessed and PPE provided as required
• Property damage
• No manual clearance of pump hopper while pump is in operation
Concrete Pumps • Personal Injury 9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Adequate training & Supervision
• Pump is to be set up on firm level ground with outriggers fully deployed using load
pads.
• Wash-out facility will be provided and for night work will be illuminated.
• Clean out in an area set aside for this particular activity.
• Exclude people not involved in the clean out procedure from the work zone.
• Do not “Shoot” the clean out plug from the end of the concrete line.

Wastage Environmental damage 0 6 0 0 6 • Wash-out facility Project Management 0 3 0 0 LOW

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• Use whip wire on airlines


• Airlines Whipping Injury
• Visual inspection of air hoses prior to starting work, any damaged hoses to be
• Noise 6 6 0 0 6 Project Management 3 3 0 0 LOW
replaced
• Ear & Dust protection

6 Compressors & Air Tools • Anti-vibration tools used if possible


• Eye protection to grade one impact when using metal cutting or stone cutting tools
• Vibration white finger
• Heavy leather gloves when using tools causing hand-arm vibration
Jackhammer • Eye injuries 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Suitable protective gloves when handling parts contaminated with hydraulic fluid
• Hearing loss
• Hearing protection
• Respiratory protection against dust where assessed as necessary•

• Use of confined space permit system


• Atmospheric testing.
• Suitable means of communication
• No lone working permitted
• Emergency plan in place ( rescue from Confined Space etc )
Increased or decreased
Asphyxiation 12 0 0 0 12 • Adequate ventilation / lighting Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
oxygen levels
• Suitable access points ( preferably 2 points where poss. )
• Hourly records of Gas levels
• Signage /exclusion zone to prevent unauthorized access
• Training & Supervision
• Good housekeeping
7 Confined Space

• Atmospheric testing.
• Use of confined space permit system
Hazardous gases Poisonings 8 0 0 0 8 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Adequate ventilation / lighting
• Hourly records of Gas levels

• Fire points available


• No Smoking
Fire Burns 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Exclude inflammable materials & liquids
• Intrinsically safe lighting, emergency lighting and torches.

General Comply with Project Procedure for Lifting Operations Project Management

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• Crane set up on firm and level ground


• Outriggers to be fully extended
• Load pads under all outriggers
• Crane set up controlled by competent lifting supervisor
• Crane has PMV inspection prior to mobilisation
• Crane has valid 3rd party inspection certification.
• Licensed crane operator
• Personal injury
• Selection of correct crane for task ( SWL etc ).
Crane overturning • Property damage 6 0 6 0 6 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Weights of loads known before lifting
• Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
• Daily checks by operator recorded
• No work in strong winds
• Certified slings, shackles and other lifting appliances to be used & be in period
colour code.
• Do not exceed SWL
• Check area under outriggers for drains etc

• Crane set up on firm and level ground


• Outriggers fully deployed
• Load pads under all outriggers
• Crane set up controlled by competent lifting supervisor
• Crane has PMV inspection prior to mobilisation + daily pre use inspection
• Personal Injury
• Crane has valid 3rd party inspection certification.
• Crane failure • Property damage
6 6 6 0 6 • Licensed crane operator Project Management 3 3 3 0 LOW
• Spillage • Pollution
• Selection of correct crane for task (SWL etc.)
• Weights of loads known before lifting
• Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
• Daily checks by operator
• Do not exceed SWL
• Spill kit

• All lifting equipment shall be 3rd party inspected and certified as fit for purpose
• All areas of lifting operations shall be adequately lit
• Crane operators to have valid licenses
• All lift accessories shall be inspected, certified and comply with CCC /TAV JV
colour coding scheme for the period
• Specific lift paths will be created to avoid any overhead lifting
• Personal Injury
• All cranes or lifting operations shall be controlled by competent signal man
Failure of lifting equipment • Property damage 16 0 9 0 16 Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
• All rigging activities shall be conducted by trained and competent rigger.
• Exclusion zones with fixed barriers will be established around lifting operations /
zone
• All operations supervised
• Equipment to comply with colour code for period
8 Cranes – Lifting Operations • Select correct lifting accessories for planned load.
• All lifting accessories to be checked daily by crane driver and riggers before use.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• All lifting tackle shall be 3rd party inspected, certified and Project colour coded
• Rigging operations shall only be performed by trained & competent riggers.
• All lifts will be controlled and supervised by a rigging supervisor.
• Lifting plans will be used for all abnormal loads
• Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
• Personal Injury
• Personnel will be advised of risks through tool box talks prior to commencement of
Rigging • Property damage 16 0 9 0 16 Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
work.
• All riggers shall wear appropriate PPE
• Riggers shall be identifiable via helmet colour
• Tag lines used for all lifts
• Helmets colour coded
• All lifting accessories to be checked daily by crane driver and riggers before use.

• All equipment will be stored, handled in a safe and proper manner.


• Offloading and storage will be properly controlled / supervised at all times.
• Tag lines will be used to control equipment during loading and offloading.
• Personal Injury • Personnel will be properly trained in safe methods of Equipment handling
Equipment & Material • Property damage including the danger of pinch points – fenced off.
9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Handling • Erection areas will be identified and unauthorized entry will be controlled by use
of barriers, warning signs and close supervision.
• Appropriate personnel protective equipment will be worn at all times.
• Personnel will be reminded of risks through tool box talks.
• Periodically colour coded equipment.

• Install anemometers on cranes / site


• Safe operating limits for wind speed set for all lifting operations
• Property damage • Liaison with OAMC meteorology dept.
Adverse weather • Personal injury 16 0 9 0 16 • Protocols for all adverse weather situations such as sand storms established Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
• Crane failure • Training and competent supervision
• Crane supervisor with authority to suspend all lift operations project wide
• Crane driver and riggers authorised to stop lifts if deemed unsafe or high winds

• Good visibility of oncoming vehicles.


• Traffic calming measures such as speed bumps
• Pedestrian routing. High visibility clothing.
• Reversing alarms.
• All vehicle reversing controlled by trained banksman.
• Traffic accidents
• Adequate signage
Moving Delivery Vehicles • Property damage
9 0 9 0 9 • Adequate lighting at site entrances Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Entering/Leaving site • Personal injury
• Site driving rules posted
• Security marshalling traffic
• All Project / Subcontractors drivers HSE inducted
• All drivers to hold valid Omani license
9 Deliveries Unloading & Storage • Authorised vehicles only on site
• Security identify drop zones & advise delivery drivers on site traffic rules.

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RESPONSIBLITY
No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Injury
Unloading • Material damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Comply with Lifting Operations Project Procedure Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW

• Stack materials in designated areas


• Injury
• Cordon off area
Storage • Material damage 9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Keep storage area tidy

• Designated and signposted access routes required.


• All drivers must have an appropriate license for the particular piece of plant they
are using.
• All personnel involved in the work shall be inducted, instructed on the site driving
rules and have their license checked and recorded.
• Regular tool box talks and Night Activity Briefings (NAB) shall be given to reiterate
• Road traffic accident driving standards.
• Personal Injury • Supervisors and H&S shall monitor driving and take appropriate action if
10 Driving – Dangerous or Unsafe Dangerous or unsafe driving 16 0 16 6 16 Project Management 4 0 4 3 LOW
• Property damage necessary.
• All reversing vehicles to be controlled by a trained banksman
• All mobile plant to have audible reversing alarm
• Blind spots to be mitigated by appropriate mirrors. .
• All necessary lights should be in place on vehicles including orange flashing
beckons and should be used at all times as well as being regularly inspected.
• Vehicle Lights, windows and mirrors shall be cleaned regularly to ensure a clear
view.

• 110Volt tools only permitted on project


• Use of approved industrial sockets
• Inspected and Project colour coded
• Personal Injuries: Cuts and
• HSE Induction for all workers.
lacerations.
• Toolbox talks.
• Electricity • Potential amputations
• Selection and use of suitable PPE.
• Moving parts • Penetrating Injuries.
• Adequate training and supervision.
11 Electrical Tools • Noise • Respiratory problems 9 0 9 0 9 Project Management 4 0 4 0 LOW
• Tool maintenance and record keeping.
• Vibration • Upper limb work disorders
• Damaged tools tagged, isolated and removed from service
• Dusts • Vibration white finger.
• All tools fitted with appropriately adjusted guards.
• Electrocution.
• Pre use daily inspections
• PAT test to all Electric equipment.
• Job rotation as required & recorded.
• Equipment to comply with colour code for period

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• All Electrical Distribution boards shall be fitted with suitable circuit breakers
• All hand tools on site shall be 110V
• Use of approved industrial sockets
• Only authorized and trained personnel to carry out work with electrical equipment.
• Only trained and authorised personnel to complete electrical installations ( DB’s
etc )
• Electrocution. • Portable equipment to be checked by authorized electrician or independent
• Using Electrical Equipment.
• Fire. assessor.
12 Electrical Work • Electrical installation works 12 0 9 4 12 Project Management 4 0 3 2 LOW
• Property damage • All electrical equipment shall be colour coded
• Suitable fire extinguishers stored at strategic locations.
• Any damaged equipment to be removed from use, isolated and tagged to prevent
accidental re-use
• No ‘hot wiring / splicing of cables ‘ on site
• Lock out tag out system (for DB boxes etc )
• Suitable earthing for all temporary plant
• Suitable training and supervision

• Induction training.
• Increased risk of unsafe activities • Training in site rules and procedures.
• Potential poor quality works • HSE training programs
Inexperience of New
13 Employees New Starts • Personal Injury 9 0 6 0 6 • Close supervision / use buddy system Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Employees
• Property damage • Pre planning of tasks assigned based on experience required
• Issued with PPE
• Issued with Identification Card

• Project specific emergency plan created


• Emergency procedure included in induction and reiterated in briefings and Tool
box talks.
• Emergency contact details posted on site notice boards and office bulletin boards
• Emergency contact detail cards distributed to all supervisory staff
• Disruption to project • Emergency facilities on standby (ambulance / fire engine / clinic )
• Personal injuries • Trained First Aiders available throughout the site
Emergency situations / poor • Property damage • Trained fire wardens available throughout the site
14 Emergency Procedures 16 9 9 6 16 Project Management 4 3 3 3 LOW
emergency procedures • Worsening of an incident if dealt • Fire points / first aid boxes available throughout the site
with incorrectly • Duty Incident Controller Rota established
• Scheduled emergency drills
• Liaison with civilian emergency services.
• All personnel to have Emergency #
• Security at gates.
• Emergency drills.

• Comply with Project Excavation Procedure


General • Provide safe access & egress Project Management

• Slope or step faces


• Entrapment
• Daily inspections
• Death
Trench Collapse 16 0 0 9 16 • Permit to Dig in place. Project Management 4 0 0 4 LOW
• Injury
• Keep excavations dry, water at safe level.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• All excavations will have suitable fixed barriers at least 1.5m from leading edges
• Provision of adequate signage
• Creation of safe pedestrian access routes away from excavations
• Personal Injury
Persons falling into • Safe access and egress shall be provided for all excavations and access bridges
• Property damage 9 0 6 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
excavations over the trenches should be provided if required.
• Excavation daily inspection checklist to be completed by competent person
• Training & Supervision
• Regular TB Talks ref: excavation safety

• All excavations will have suitable fixed barriers at least 1.5m from leading edges
• All excavated spoil to be placed at least 1.5m from leading edges
• Provision of adequate signage
• Creation of vehicle access routes away from excavations
• Safe access and egress shall be provided for all excavations and access bridges
over the trenches should be provided.
• No lone working in excavations
• Excavation daily inspection checklist to be completed by competent person
Material or plant falling into • Personal Injury • Training & Supervision
excavations including trench • Property damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Regular TB Talks ref: excavation safety Project Management 6 0 6 0 LOW
collapse • Stop blocks shall be used where plant is working near the trench. The stop blocks
must of sufficient height and strength to stop the vehicle and of sufficient distance
from the trench so as to stop collapse.
• All excavations of greater depth than 1.2 (other than in rock) shall have a suitable
means of ground support such as. battering, benching, trench sheets, trench boxes,
sheet piling, etc.
• Adequate angle of repose shall be in place for all excavations where above ground
support measures are not possible
• Lighting as required

15 Excavations • Collapse of structure • Suitable prior planning of shoring requirements before works commence.
Weakening of adjacent • Property damage • Structural engineer to advise on any additional shoring / support required.
9 0 6 6 6 Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
structures by excavation • Personal Injury • Daily check inspections

• Area to be visually checked for markers or physical signs of services, i.e.


manholes.
• Up to date Drawings detailing existing services shall be obtained and checked
thoroughly.
• Liaison with concerned authority
• Personal Injury – electrocution /
• Use of trial holes and hand excavation around known services
drowning / asphyxiation
• Hand tools that are non conductive shall be used when excavating around existing
Buried Services gas, • Property Damage
12 12 12 9 12 services. Project Management 3 3 3 2 LOW
electricity water • Fire
• Prior to excavation the affected area shall be surveyed with a CAT and competent
• Disruption of utility services
person.
• Records of all CAT surveyed areas to be kept on file and briefed to excavation
team
• Surveyed area clearly demarked on site
• NOC from municipality to be obtained before excavation

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Selection of appropriate plant in respect of max operating heights


• Erect barriers with warning signs parallel
• Erect goal posts with cross bars for passing under
• All plant movement under overhead power lines controlled by trained banksman
• All plant and temporary scaffolds to be suitably earthed to safeguard against
arcing
• All drivers and plant operators to receive Tool box talks
• Personal Injury – electrocution / • Security to stop all vehicles and warn drivers of any overhead power line hazards
burns • Exclusion zones created to prevent encroachment of plant & vehicles near
• Property Damage overhead lines
Overhead Power Lines 9 0 9 9 9 Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
• Fire • Competent supervision
• Disruption of utility services • Reroute service where possible
• Follow CCCTAVJV procedure
• Operate Permit to Work
• Safe System of Work in place
• Working under or around Power Lines Procedure in place.
• Re route power lines where possible.
• Overhead power line procedure in place.
• Notify service company
• Obtain NOC

• All excavator operators to hold valid license / certification


• All operators familiarised with the SAFE WORKING PROCEDURE FOR
EXCAVATORS.
• Prior to mobilising all excavators to be inspected by PMV
• Operator to carry out visual inspection of machine prior to start up.
• All excavators shall deploy outriggers if fitted
• Visibility blind spots to be minimised by mirrors.
• Personal Injury [may be severe, • Flashing beacon fitted.
even fatal] • Windows, lights, Mirrors to be cleaned regularly.
• Working excavator
• Property damage. • The cab floor to be kept clean and free from any obstacles which may affect the
• Excavator failure 12 0 9 0 12 Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
• Traffic accidents safe operation of the Machine.
• Ground workers to wear Hi Visibility Vests, safety boots and helmets at all times.
• Exclusion zone to be created around working excavators
• All excavators to be included in Planned Preventative Maintenance schedule
• All excavators to have Fire extinguisher in cab
16 Excavators • Spill kits available on site
• Banksman to supervise & direct driver.
• No persons to be in any trench or excavation during machine excavation work.
• With quick hitches – locking bars or self locking pins to be fully inserted and
visually checked by driver.

• Fully deployed outriggers


• Posted SWL on machine
• Property damage
• Selection of appropriate plant for task (SWL etc )
• Personal injury
Lifting operations 12 0 9 0 12 • Competent rigging Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Machine overturn
• Suitable lifting attachments / eyes on machine – certified
• Exclusion zone
• In date equipment colour code.

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Falsework designed by structural engineer


• Separate MS / RA for each bridge
• MS/ RA briefed to all affected workers
• Personal Injury
17 Falsework / Formwork Structural collapse 9 0 9 0 9 • Structural engineer inspection, approval & sign off prior to any loading of falsework Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Property damage
• Formwork inspected / signed off prior to any concrete placement
• Provide proper access and egress routes
• Erect and strip falsework & formwork as per design drawings

• All personnel using and fitting the barbed wire should be trained, experienced and
competent in the use of the material
Sharp wire to be fitted to • Coveralls, appropriate gloves and face shield to be worn by personnel fitting and
• Cuts to hands, face and body. 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
fence by hand handling barbed wire material.
• None essential personnel to be kept away from area barbed wire is being used by
barriers with signs erected to high light the issue.

18 Fencing

• Ladders will be inspected and tagged by a competent person.


• Ladders shall be footed at all times.
• Falls from ladders • Broken bones
• Coils of wire shall be left at ground level and a section of uncoiled wire shall be
• Falling materials • Cuts and bruises 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
passed up to person securing the wire to the post.
• Ladders shall be locked securely or removed from site when not in use.

• Selection and use of appropriate PPE


• Use fuel nozzles that automatically shut-off the flow of fuel when tank is full.
• Keep a spill kit near fuel and oil storage areas and refuelling areas.
• Drip trays in place for all static plant to catch any nuisance leaks and drips that
may occur.
• Routine servicing only permitted in PMV
• Environmental protective measures such as plastic sheeting in place for any
mobile plant fuelling / servicing
• Store oil away from watercourses or surface water drains.
• Damage to Environment
• Hazardous chemicals • No mixed storage
• Fire
• Spillage • Use funnels when fuelling from containers
19 Fuelling & Oiling Plant • Personal Injury / Illness 9 6 6 0 9 Project Management 3 3 3 0 LOW
• Flammable chemicals • Fire extinguishers at fuel stations and on any mobile refuelling / service vehicles,
• Property damage
AFFF foam
• Pollution
• Trained fire marshals / fire extinguisher operatives available
• Complete COSHH assessment for all fuels and oils
• Comply with COSHH assessment
• MSDS with stores / PMV / HSE / Env team / clinic
• Training & Supervision
• Eye wash stations
• First Aid
• Emergency # at hand.
• Spill kits
• Safe disposal of any contaminated ground

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• MSDS reviewed for all substances and COSHH assessments produced for any
with adverse health affects
• Spill kits and eye wash kits to be available with personnel trained in their use
• Adequate fire precautions available
• Trained fire marshals / fire extinguisher operatives available
• Selection and use of appropriate PPE, as per COSHH assessment
• MSDS’s available at work locations, to include HSE / Env. / Clinic / PMV / Stores
• Damage to Environment
• Hazardous substances • Suitable bunded storage facilities or drip trays available for all hazardous
• Fire
20 Hazardous Substances • Flammable chemicals 12 9 9 6 12 chemicals Project Management 4 3 3 3 LOW
• Personal Injury / Illness
• Spillages • All workers fully briefed as to requirements of COSHH assessments
• Property damage
• Use, storage & disposal in line with COSHH assessment
• No mixed storage of hazardous chemicals
• First aid & Eye wash nearby
• All container to have labels identifying substance
• Store personnel will know the hazards associated with items they dispense
• No decanting of hazardous and flammable substances into plastic bottles or
containers

• Provision of drinking water for all work locations


• Provision of electrolyte replacement additives for drinking water supplies
• Provide shaded rest areas for all work locations ( with fans / AC’s where poss. )
• HSE training department - Heat stress awareness campaign
• Poster campaigns
• Regular Tool box talks ref: heat stress
• Heat Stress
Heat • Toilets to have urine colour charts posted to aid self assessment of dehydration
• Heat Stroke
levels
• Fatigue
What Is Heat Stress? Thermal Radiation 6 0 0 0 6 • Monitoring of operatives by supervisors for signs of heat stress and sweat rash. Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Dehydration
It's a signal that says the body is having difficulty • Adherence to Summer working hours regulations
• Collapse
maintaining its narrow temperature range. The • Planning of critical tasks in cooler conditions
heart pumps faster, blood is diverted from internal • Provision of fans / AC’s in work areas as appropriate
organs to the skin, breathing rate increases, • Job rotation
21 • Provision of canopy’s for exposed work areas
sweating increases, all in an attempt to transfer
more heat to the outside air and cool the skin by • Provision of suitable PPE
evaporation of sweat. If the body can't keep up • Availability and awareness of First Aiders
then the person suffers effects ranging from heat
cramps to heat exhaustion, and finally to heat
stroke.

• Sunburn
• Skin ageing
• Selection and use of appropriate PPE ( welding masks etc )
• Premature cancer
UV Radiation 6 0 0 0 6 • Training & Supervision Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Eye strain
• Full length overalls
• Arc eye ( welders)

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No: ACTIVITY HAZARD CONSEQUENCES P E A R Overall CONTROL MEASURES P E A R Overall

• Arrange exclusion zones around the areas of testing


High pressure water that may • Insure only authorized persons are in the exclusion zone
22 Hydrostatic Testing of Pressure Mains Pipe Testing cause pipe bursting and cause 9 0 0 0 9 • PPE Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
injuries to persons • Only qualified and competent persons conducting the tests
• Pressure testing permit system in place.

• Use Bitumen Boiler – trained operatives only


• Use Bitumen Bucket –trained operatives only
• Wear heat resistant Gauntlets
• Wear heat resistant Boots
• Wear protective eye wear
23 Joint Sealing with Hot Bitumen Hot Material & Equipment Burns to skin & eyes 9 0 0 0 9 • Job rotation to prevent heat related disorders Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Exclusion zone around the hot bitumen work
• Availability of first aiders and cool water to flush affected area in the event of burn
injury
• Comply with COSHH assessment requirements
• Tool box talks

• Lorry set up on firm and level ground


• Outriggers fully deployed
• Load pads under all outriggers
• Hiab has valid 3rd party inspection certification.
• Personal injury • PMV inspection prior to mobilisation
Hiab Lorry overturning • Property damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Licensed operator Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Selection of correct crane for task ( SWL etc ).
• Weights of loads known before lifting
• Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
• Training
• Check for drains etc before placing out-riggers.

• All lifting equipment shall be 3rd party inspected and certified as fit for purpose,
• All areas of lifting operations shall be adequately lit
• Personal Injury
• Operators to have valid licenses
Failure of lifting equipment • Property damage 9 0 9 0 6 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• All lift accessories shall be 3rd party inspected, certified and comply with Project
24 Lorry Hiab colour coding scheme for the period

• All equipment will be stored, handled in a safe and proper manner.


• Offloading and storage will be properly controlled / supervised at all times.
• Tag lines will be used to control equipment during loading and offloading.
• Personnel will be properly trained in safe methods of Equipment handling
• Personal Injury
including the danger of pinch points
Equipment & Material • Property damage
9 0 9 0 6 • Erection areas will be identified and unauthorized entry will be controlled by use Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Handling
of barriers, warning signs and close supervision.
• Appropriate personnel protective equipment will be worn at all times.
• Personnel will be reminded of risks through tool box talks.
• Period colour coded equipment.

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• Lorries with powered sheeting/ unsheeting are preferred


• Lorries shall park in a safe place and on even flat ground before
Working at height
sheeting/unsheeting
whilst Sheeting and
Falls, injuries 12 0 0 0 12 • Proper access ladders shall be provided for manual sheeting Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
unsheeting of lorries
• Sheeting & unsheeting will be done by 2 persons, one on each side of the lorry
• Banksman shall be available during the sheeting/ unsheeting

Reduced attention
• No Mobile Phone shall be used whilst driving
whilst driving leading to
Mobile phones 12 0 0 0 12 • Site induction to cover use of mobile phones Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
accidents
• Ban from site for persistent offenders
25 Lorries Tippers & Trailers

• Speed limits on site.


• Adequate signage.
• Speed humps
Speeding Accidents 12 0 0 0 12 • Speed monitoring Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Ban from site for persistent offenders
• Site induction to be delivered to all personnel entering site.

• Don’t tip under overhead cables


Overhead Electrical Cables Elocution 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Look up for overhead cables before tipping

• All staff HSE inducted


• Regular Tool Box Talks ref: manual handling.
• Mechanical aids to be used where possible.
• Appropriate selection of materials by procurement Dept i.e. 25kg bags of cement.
• Back strains
• Heavy loads • Blocks to be stacked on level ground close to the work site by mechanical means.
• Personal Injury
26 Manual Handling • Uneven loads 9 0 9 0 9 • Job rotation for lifting tasks Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Property damage
• Poor techniques • Regular breaks
• Consider 2 person lift
• No stacking above shoulder level.
• Carry out manual handling assessments for large loads or repetitive work

• Do not exceed lifting capacity of MEWP


General hazards Injury 9 0 9 0 9 • Only carry materials that fit inside the basket Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW

• All operators to have valid 3rd party certification


• All operators to wear full body harnesses with double lanyards
• Equipment to have secure working platform / man basket with appropriate guard
Persons falling from height Personal Injury 16 0 0 0 16 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
rails & toe boards where applicable.
• All works shall be conducted from inside platform / basket.
• List of authorised operators posted on machines

27 MEWP ( Mobile Elevating Work Platform)


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• Exclusion zones created around working MEWP’s.


• Personal Injury • Only essential tools to be taken in MEWP basket,
Falling objects. • Property damage 12 0 9 0 12 • Tools should be tethered where possible or should be stored in appropriate Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
holders
27 MEWP ( Mobile Elevating Work Platform)

• All equipment to have valid 3rd party inspection certificate


• All equipment to have PMV inspection before mobilisation
Mechanical • Personal Injury • Pre use daily inspection
Failure • Property damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Planned preventative maintenance schedules Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Selection of appropriate MEWP as per task requirements
• Drivers to carry out daily / weekly inspection of MEWP,

• If fitted, out riggers fully deployed with use of load pads


• Personal Injury
• SWL posted on machine
Overturning MEWP • Property damage 12 0 12 0 12 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• On unpaved areas ensure ground is compacted and stable. The correct type of
MEWP to be used for the area.

• Appropriate lighting as per Procedure for Night Works


• Lighting plans and night works permits to be provided by Project HSE department.
• Nominated person responsible per shift to ensure that all lighting is compliant with
Client requirements
• Tower lights to be set up so the light beam shines across the runway (North to
South) so as not to be a distraction to pilots on finals to landing.
• Traffic collisions • The max height of ground based tower light masts to be limited to 13m.
• Property damage • Lighting established on raised bridge decks to be approved by Client
Insufficient Lighting 12 0 12 0 12 Project Management 4 0 4 0 LOW
• Personal Injury • Lights to have welded restrictors to ensure the light beam is downwards facing.
• Lighting control will be via liaison with the Client
• Light Towers erected on firm / level ground
28 Night-work • A PMV mechanic will be available for maintenance work.
• Safety cover
• Emergency contact #’s posted.
• Inspection by supervisor
• Vehicular access route to be adequately signposted and illuminated.

• Risk of traffic collisions All lighting beams shall be suitable shaded to prevent unwanted distraction to public
Lighting Nuisance to public
• Complaints from public 12 0 0 9 12 roads Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
roads
Light beams shall be directed down wards to flood requisite task only

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• Project specific emergency plan created


• Emergency procedure included in induction and reiterated in briefings and Tool
box talks.
• Emergency contact details posted on site notice boards and office bulletin boards
• Property damage • Emergency contact detail cards distributed to all supervisory staff
• Personal injuries • Emergency facilities on standby (ambulance / fire engine / clinic )
29 Night Emergency Procedures Emergency situations 9 0 6 12 9 Project Management 3 0 3 3 LOW
• Disruption to project • Trained First Aiders available throughout the site
• Trained fire wardens available throughout the site
• Fire points / first aid boxes available throughout the site
• Duty Incident Controller Rota established
• Scheduled emergency drills
• Liaison with civilian emergency services

• Threshold shift • Monitoring of noise levels and signs placed in high noise areas.
• Noise induced hearing loss • Provision of sound screens where appropriate to mitigate high noise levels
• Tinnitus generated by plant / machinery
30 Noise High levels High Noise levels 9 9 0 0 9 Project Management 4 3 0 0 LOW
• Miscommunications • Creation of high noise area exclusion zones
• Pollution • Availability of suitable Hearing protection as required
• Mandatory PPE use for noise levels above 85 dB.

• Create fixed barrier exclusion zones & traffic marshalling zones with appropriate
signage
• Erect goal posts with cross bars for passing under ( constructed of non conductive
materials )
• When working underneath banksman to control plant movements
• Burns
• Overhead power lines identified at earliest possible time
• Electrocution
• Electricity • Power Company contracted to establish voltage, height and safety clearance
• Fatality
• Contact with cables 16 0 12 9 16 • Where possible, overhead lines de-energised or relocated prior to any works Project Management 4 0 4 3 LOW
• Property damage
• Hazards identified by warning signs / notices, goal posts where necessary
• Disruption to utility services
• Inform all site personnel of danger and ensure a safe system of work is adopted
• Provide adequate / competent supervision
• All temporary structures in vicinity to be suitably earthed against possibility of
31 Overhead Cables Electrical arcing caused by overhead cables
• Operate Permit to Work.

• All works in proximity to overhead lines will be suspended unless approved task
Poor Lighting Inability to discern power lines 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
lighting and adequate supervision is provided

Increased risk of atmospheric • Works suspended as dictated by HSE department eg: during electrical storms etc
Adverse weather 9 0 6 0 9 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
conductivity and arcing • Exclusion zones widened in humid conditions

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• Banksman to control reversing lorries


• Drivers to hold valid licence
• Correct PPE i.e. safety boots, gloves, hard hats.
• Struck or rolled over by • Traffic calming measures shall be implemented as appropriate
Lorries. • Broken limbs. • A flagman will be in attendance when required to guide vehicles safely into and out
• Trapping. • Fatality 16 0 0 0 16 of the site Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Crushing • All drivers must have an appropriate license for the particular piece of plant they
are using
• Exclusion zones created around work area
• Roads closed and diverted as appropriate
32 Paving Bituminous Material with Machine • Posting of suitable warning signage

• MSDS and COSHH assessments to be produced, followed and submitted to the


• Contact Burns
Engineer for all hazardous materials to be used
Hazardous chemicals • Skin irritation 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Correct PPE to be worn when using hazardous substances, as per COSHH
assessment

• Follow good housekeeping at site


• Slips, trips & falls
• Remove rocks and debris from the area
Excavation • Serious Injury 16 0 0 0 16 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Follow method statements

• Proper Maintenance of Vehicle and Equipment


Noise Occupational illness 9 0 0 0 9 • Use ear protection Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW

• Carry out survey of the area before work


• Install "Goal Post" to prevent machines hitting overhead lines.
Damage to Utilities Property Damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Certified / Qualified operators to Operate the equipment Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Manual excavation were mechanical excavation is not practical,

• A dedicated Flag man at all times


Persons being struck by plant • lag man must wear reflective vest
Serious Injury / Death 16 0 0 9 16 Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
or other vehicles • Operators must not use mobile phones while operating machines
• People on foot must be kept clear of the area.

33 Pipe-Jacking

• Barricade & put signage in trenched area


• Prevent access to unauthorised people
Persons Falling in to pits Serious Injury 16 0 0 9 16 • Install "STOP" blocks if necessary Project Management 4 0 0 3 LOW
• Ensure ladder and life line for rescue operation
• Ensure standby vehicle & trained person at site always for emergency.

Vehicle Equipment /Materials • Do not park vehicle near trench


falling into pits (Pipe, sand Property Damage 9 0 9 0 9 • Do not store excavated materials close to the trench Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
Etc.) • Ensure pipes are chocked & kept 1.5mtrs from trench

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• Ensure trench walls are well supported, use shoring if necessary


Collapse of Pit walls or sides Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • Slope sides when excavating in sand / loose soil Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• The excavation must be inspected daily, before work start, by a competent person.

Hazardous fume accumulation


Serious Injury/death 16 0 0 0 16 • Do not use petrol / Diesel Engines in trenches- exhaust gases can accumulate. Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
in pits

• Keep workplace clean & tidy


• Wear gloves
• Hand Injuries
• Never tamper with machine guards
34 Pinch Points Pinch Points • Body Injuries 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Care when handling equipment & materials
• Know how to turn off machinery in an emergency
• Don’t wear loose cloths or jewellery when working near machines

• All plant to be operated by suitably licensed and competent operators.


• All reversing vehicles to be controlled by a trained banksman
• All mobile plant to have audible reversing alarm
• Blind spots to be mitigated by appropriate mirrors.
• Reversing Alarms fitted.
• All necessary lights should be in place on vehicles including orange flashing
beckons and should be used at all times as well as being regularly inspected.
• Injury
• Vehicle Lights, windows and mirrors shall be cleaned regularly to ensure a clear
35 Plant & Plant Operators Plant & Plant Operators • Property Damage 12 0 9 0 12 Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
view.
• Exclusion zones created around working plant
• The route between the batching plant and the concrete location shall be lit with
tower lights and have signs and flashing orange beckons along it to clear show the
route.
• PPE, specific to night works i.e. clear lens glasses.
• Operators to be trained, competent and hold current Omani Licences.
• Stationary plant to have drip trays.

• Provide access
• Task lighting
36 Plant Repairs & Maintenance Electrocution Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • Trained & competent fitters Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Electrical cables to be insulated
• Use correct tools

• Injury • Banksman to guide and coordinate the movements of plant items working in close
Collision with other plant • Damage 9 0 9 0 6 proximity and reversing plant Project Management 3 0 3 0 LOW
• Vehicles not to be parked in swing area of cranes or excavators etc.

37 Plant Collision

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37 Plant Collision
• No person to stand sit or walk near working cranes excavators etc
• No person shall sleep or take rest under plant
Collision with persons Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • No unauthorised access Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Reversing Alarms fitted.
• Exclusion zones created around working plant

• started bars covered by timbers or caps


Protruding steel Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • binding wire bent away Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW

38 Reinforcement
• wear grinder glasses
Cutting Injury 9 0 0 0 9 • abrasive wheel training Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW

• Suitable NOC’s shall be obtained for all road works prior to works commencing
• The working area should be barricaded and signs erected so that vehicle drivers
are informed
Working on or near roads Personal Injury / Fatality 16 0 0 0 16 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
• Drivers shall follow site driving rules at all times.
• Suitable lighting shall be provided for all areas of operation
• Traffic calming measures shall be implemented as appropriate

39 Road Works
• Correct signing/coning/barriers in place for all roadwork’s and path works. Signs
made stable by sandbags
• Safe access for vehicles, plant and persons. Correct placing of signage shall
• Collision with plant or traffic ensure that public vehicles do not enter the work area.
• Serious/fatal injuries from falls or
• Vehicles gaining access to • A flagman will be in attendance when required to guide vehicles safely into and out
collisions
the site from poorly designed of the site
• Hand, foot and eye injuries from
Traffic Management 16 0 0 0 16 • Safe crossing of traffic lanes Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
contact with hazardous materials or
• Falls into excavations or • Fixed barriers erected around any excavations which are 2 metres or more in
flying particles
from plant depth
• Open excavations fenced and illuminated at night with adequate signage
• Adequate space and sufficient time allocated to the job
• Noise minimised where possible
• High-visibility clothing worn

• Training to personnel
• Permit system for operators
• Inspect the equipment regularly
• Cuts, injuries, eye injuries • Test the machine prior setting for cutting
40 Road Saw Using Saw machine 9 6 0 0 9 Project Management 3 3 0 0 LOW
• Dust • Change the blade regularly
• Wear Eye protection
• Wear Dust mask.
• Set up exclusion zone with barriers and signage

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• Temporary works structural design.


• Competent supervision
• Only essential personnel and equipment to be allowed on to raised working
platforms.
• Regular briefings, tool box talks and night works activity briefs to be given related
to working at height.
• All temporary working platforms ( scaffold systems ) shall be erected by trained
• Structural collapse
and competent personnel
• Works at height • Personal Injury
• All scaffold systems shall be regularly inspected by competent persons every 7
41 Scaffolding • Fall of materials • Property 16 0 12 0 16 Project Management 4 0 4 0 LOW
days.
• Fall of persons
• All scaffold systems shall display a valid (signed and dated) scaff tag to identify if
safe to use
• Use fall arrest harnesses on scaffolding and falsework systems
• Use double rail fixed barriers and toe boards on leading edges.
• Use of suitable load rated steel life lines in absence of fixed guard rails
• Adequate signage and exclusion zones around temporary structures
• Structural design sign off before loading

• The work carried out in accordance with a design plan


• Erection carried out by competent workers
• Pre work briefings ref: MS and RA
• Works at height
• Property damage • Training & Supervision
42 Steel Structures Erection • Adverse weather conditions 16 0 9 0 16 Project Management 4 0 3 0 LOW
• Personal Injury • Use of appropriate PPE
• Lifting operations
• See Works at height section
• See Lifting operations section
• Trained riggers in attendance.

• Hot work Permits


• Tool Inspections
• Welding screens
• All hot works conducted by suitably trained and competent persons
• Burns • Proper identification and storage of acetylene and oxygen tanks
• Fire and explosion • Electric shock • All cutting / welding rigs to be fitted with flash back arrestors
• Thermal Radiation • Arc Eye • Provision of suitable PPE
43 Welding & Cutting • Ultra-violet radiation • Heat Disorders 9 0 0 0 9 • Remove all combustible materials from areas of hot works Project Management 3 0 0 0 LOW
• Gases and fumes • Respiratory problems • Fire watch for 30 mins post hot work activity
• Systemic poisoning from fumes • Provision of suitable task lighting
• Provision of suitable ventilation ( dilution / forced )
• Atmospheric testing as required ( confined space etc )
• All cylinders when being transported shall have the protective guards or caps in
place over the valve assemblies. They should be transported in an upright position
to and from the site in the special racks provided for this purpose.

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• Temporary works structural design.


• Competent supervision
• Only essential personnel, materials and equipment to be allowed on to raised
working platforms.
• Regular briefings, tool box talks and night works activity briefs to be given related
to working at height.
• All temporary working platforms ( scaffold systems ) shall be erected by trained
and competent personnel
• All scaffold systems shall be regularly inspected by competent persons every 7
days
Working at Height On Scaffolding & Other Persons falling & falling
44 Personnel injuries 16 0 0 0 16 • All scaffold systems shall display a valid (signed and dated) scaff tag to identify if Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
Platforms objects
safe to use
• Use fall arrest harnesses on scaffolding and falsework systems
• Use double rail fixed barriers and toe boards on leading edges.
• Use of suitable load rated steel life lines in absence of fixed guard rails
• Adequate signage and exclusion zones around temporary structures
Structural design sign-off before loading.
• Operate Permit to Work
• Loading platforms provided for materials & equipment
• Materials to be securely & safely stacked.
• Provide safe access and egress for personnel.

• Warning signs
• Drowning • No lone working
• Physical effects of swallowing • Edge protection where practical
45 Working On, Above or Near Water Water 12 0 0 0 12 Project Management 4 0 0 0 LOW
contaminated water • Safety lines and harnesses if edge protection is not present
• Lifebuoys and rescue lines
• Access routes free of hazards

• Vibration White Finger • Limit exposure time / regular breaks


• Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome • Job rotation
46 Operating Vibrating Hand Tools Vibration 9 0 0 0 9 Project Management 2 0 0 0 LOW
(HAVS) • Selection and use of appropriate PPE

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