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Appendix “ A ”

H
Likelihood Descriptors
Consequence

Catastrophic Major Moderate Minor Negligible


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

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

Risk Level Management Action


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

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

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

Likely Sometimes occurred within the industry in similar situation or condition


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

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

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

Client MANATEQ

Location UM ALHOUL QEZ-3 ECONOMIC ZONES

Scope Installation Of Diesel Generators

R/A Date 15th October 2017 Review date 11th Jan 2018

R/A Number EZ03-CW03-QBEC-ELE-MST-0000010

R/A Undertaken by Balakrishnan ( HSE Manager )

Risk Assessment Proposed Control Measures Residual Risk Level Action by

S.I Who might be


Activity Task Hazards Identified harmed and how?
No. Cons
Conseq Likeliho Risk Likelih Risk
Score eque Score
uence od ood
nce

1 1. All personnel on-site to be appropriately


inducted.
2. All workers including subcontractors must have
completed the Construction Induction Training
Personnel
and hold a current card or certification; Advise
Un-informed workers involved in the 12
Site induction workers and other persons on site of work to be 4 Construction
about the risk and activities- by injury 4 3 (Medi 4 1
carried out. (Low) Manager
hazards from work place/ um) 3. All workers to attend STARRT to be aware of
site hazards
work/site specific hazards, control and prevention
4. Use of appropriate PPE for the job
5. Knowing the Emergency and Evacuation
procedure. Location of first aid and amenities.
1. Proper Housekeeping to be maintained on site
area, remove obstruction and tripping hazards on access
ways.
Surveying crew and
2. Proper signage’s and barricades to keep
Survey and personnel involved in
Poor housekeeping Work trespassers away from area. Wear good soled safety
markings on walls the activities who may 5 Construction
site redundant materials 4 3 12 shoes. 5 1
and ceilings for trip/slip/fall (Low) Manager
3. Provision of appropriate working platform
conduit installation Work At Height from height and fall
equipped with guardrails and fall protection system.
on same level
4. Anchor point and PFAS must be in place when
crew stand near open edges and while working at
heights.

Ergonomics Manual Repetitive movement Personnel Involved in Task rotation


Handling and awkward positioning the activities Provision of appropriate working stations
Manual Overloading, Back Injury (Working tables, working platform to avoid
forceful movements Musculoskeletal
overreaching, awkward positioning good material
3 disorder ( MDS)
Work Related Upper access.)
Work on vibrating tools Utilize scheduled breaks, encourage stretching in
and compacting equipment Limb
Disorders(WRULD) between task, change posture frequently
HAVS to personnel Provision of simple lifting machine (Wheel borrow, Construction
involved in the
4 3 12
Pulley etc.) and use of mechanical machines Forklift,
4 1 4 Manager
activities crane etc.
Task rotation, utilize scheduled breaks, encourage
stretching in between task, change posture frequently
Assess load weight before manual loading

Ergonomics Manual Repetitive movement Personnel Involved in


Handling and awkward positioning the activities Eliminate the use of Vibrating Tools
Manual Overloading, Back Injury Select Low Vibration Tools
4 forceful movements Musculoskeletal Select Ergonomically designed Tools
disorder ( MDS)
Regular Maintenance for all equipment
Work on vibrating tools Work Related Upper
Limb
Reduce Grip Force
and compacting equipment Reduce Exposure Time Task rotation, utilize
Disorders(WRULD)
HAVS to personnel scheduled breaks, encourage stretching in
Construction
involved in the 4 3 12 between task, change posture frequently 4 1 4 Manager
activities Introduce Health Surveillance to vulnerable
employees/workers
Provision of PPE (Gloves) vibration absorbent
tool handle ( Padding)
IITS (Information, Instruction, Training and
supervision) related to manual handling and
ergonomics.
Installation of Working on Electric 1. All hand tools must have the appropriate
Personnel
conduits Power Tools guarding systems as installed by the
Involved in the
activities manufacturer and have not been tampered
Defective/Poorly with. Exposed moving parts must be
Maintained Injury, properly guarded.
Unguarded Moving parts Electrocution 2. All power tools regularly maintained and
Exposed moving parts Hit by flying object inspected by competent person before
Poor cable management sending and using to the worksite.
3. All power tools in good working condition Construction
5 3 15 5 1 5 Manager
Temporary Power supply free from visible defects. Defective tools to
( DB’s) be removed from the worksite.
4. All electrical cords, cables and devices
suitable for use and in general good
condition with no visible defects, covered to
prevent exposure to moving/electrical
components and situated in a safe location
so not as to create a risk for trip or
electrocution
Installation of Working on Electric Switch off, disconnect power supply when power 5 1 5 Construction
Personnel Manager
conduits Power Tools tools when not in use.
Involved in the
Defective/Poorly activities Operate tools according to the manufacturers'
Maintained instructions/Manual.
Injury,
5 All electrical distribution boards must be
15
Unguarded Moving parts Electrocution equipped with GFCI’s (Ground Fault Circuit
Exposed moving parts Hit by flying object Interrupters) or residual current devices fitted,
Poor cable management circuit breaker labels, dead front panels or
covers, free of unused openings, locked to
Temporary Power supply prevent unauthorized entry, point of contact for
( DB’s) authorized entry.
5 3
Extended cables must have the correct fittings,
utilized and has the connection been made safe
(prohibit splicing of cables)
Designate skilled/ trained operatives for the job
Provide training to the employees dealing power
tools.
Usage of adequate PPEs i.e. Safety helmet,
goggles, Safety shoes, jacket as basic, ear plug,
face shield dust mask etc. as required according
to the job where sound/ dust generated and
chances of flying objects.
6 Installation of Work at heights
Personnel Involved in Undertake the work at ground level ( if possible)
conduits Imbalance
the activities Provide working platform (Scaffolds, MEWP) with
Over reaching
Injury, Fall from height complete guardrails and sufficient point of anchor for PFAS.
Lack of fall protection
Lack of IITS Working platform must be equipped with safe access point
Personnel Involved in (Handrails or ladder) free from any obstructions.
the activities Personnel involved must be trained in working at heights Construction
4 3 12 4 1 4
Use of conduit regarding hazards and its control measure. Instructions and Manager
bending machine Finger Injury by information must be given through Toolbox talks and
( Manually Powered) caught in between STARRT.
pinch points. Provision of mandatory PPE + special PPE (Ear defenders,
Entanglement Hi visibility vest, respiratory PPE.)

7 Installation of Work at heights


Personnel Involved in Provide pre- bended conduits on the worksite to avoid using
conduits Imbalance of bending machine.
the activities
Over reaching
Injury, Fall from height Never remove or disable a machine guard or use a machine
Lack of fall protection
that has a missing or disabled guard.
Lack of IITS
Personnel Involved in Never reach around, under, or through a guard. Construction
4 3 12 4 1 4
the activities Report guards that are missing or not working properly. Manager
Use of conduit Avoid using loose clothing to get away from entanglement
bending machine Finger Injury by
caught in between or caught by machine’s moving parts.
( Manually Powered)
pinch points. Train personnel in using bending machine prior to use.
Entanglement Vibration absorbent Work hand gloves for protection from
Lifting Activities Crane overturning Personal injury/death 4 5 20 blisters, cuts of
Availability andapproved
puncturesMS/RA
and impact
andvibration
specific Lift Plan
Crane failure Property damage
Failure of lifting equipment
Secure Lifting Permit and or any relevant work permits.
Rigging Crane has valid 3rd party inspection certification.
Equipment & Material Handling
Valid driving Licensed and 3rd Party certified
Adverse weather
competent crane / shovel operator can operate
crane /shovel
Construction
8 All lifting equipment / tools shall be 3rd party inspected 4 1 4 Manager
and certified as fit for purpose Lifting Supervisor
All rigging activities shall be conducted by trained and
3rd Party certified/ competent rigger
Lifting Activities Crane overturning Personal injury/death 4 5 20 Lifting tackle colour coded as per requirements
Crane failure Property damage
Failure of lifting equipment
Crane set up on firm and level ground
Rigging Outriggers fully deployed
Equipment & Material Handling
Load pads under all outriggers
Adverse weather
Lift plan established for all lifting operations
Crane has workshop inspection prior to mobilisation. Construction
Selection of correct crane for task (SWL etc). 4 1 4 Manager
Lifting Supervisor
Weights of loads known before lifting
Exclusion zones created around lifting operations
Daily pre use checks by operator recorded
Specific lift paths will be created to avoid any overhead
lifting

Lifting Activities Crane overturning Personal injury/death 4 5 20 Tag lines used for all lifting activities
Crane failure Property damage
Failure of lifting equipment
Training
Rigging STARRT briefings / Tool box Talks
Equipment & Material Handling
Selection and use of appropriate PPE in accordance
Adverse weather
with minimum standards
Install anemometers on cranes / site
Do not try to over reach.
Safe operating limits for wind speed set for all lifting Construction
operations 4 1 4 Manager
Protocols for all adverse weather situations such as Lifting Supervisor
sand storms established
Crane supervisor authorised to suspend all lift
operations project wide.
Provision of First aider and First aid kits.
Warning signs must be posted.
Strict supervision
Good housekeeping – segregates wastes from the
source, remove all unnecessary items, clean, and
dispose all wastes in skips.
Maintain Electrical cable management.
Staff and Employee :
Wet/damp sweeping techniques to be used for
Injury by tripping, general cleaning of area to control dust levels.
General Operation falling and slipping. Tools/equipment to be stored in lockable tool box. Construction
9 Insufficient Housekeeping 4 3 12 4 1 4
on Dust inhalation Flammable material must be appropriately stored. Manager,
General work area (Petrol, oil, etc.)
Fire damage to
property Firefighting equipment must always be cleared of
obstruction.
Provision of mandatory PPE + special PPE (Ear
defenders, Hi visibility vest, respiratory PPE.)

1. Conduct a heat stress risk assessment, develop and 4 1 4


implement heat stress procedure/Plan. Construction
2. Reduce workers exposure to heat and during summer Manager
season.
3. Workers shall not be allowed to work in open/outdoor
Staff and Employee area or from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm or expose directly
Extreme Heat & Humidity may be injured from to sunlight as per Qatar MoL laws.
Activities/ 4. Reduce workers exposed to sunlight.
heat and the 4 4 16
Operation 5. Schedule work in cooler periods like early morning,
10 exposed to Insufficient Welfare humidity. Prickly
facilities and amenities night time.
extreme heat, heat, heat cramp, heat
humidity exhaustion, heat
stroke
Work  All workers will be stopped during the extreme Project
11
Activities with Surveying crew weather condition Manager
exposure to and other  Regular interval to be provided for workers in hot Construction
high personnel session Manager
temperature/ High heat stress Index  Heat stress Index/ emergency plan to be monitor
high humidity Illness ,skin burns, and implement during working in extreme
conditions vomiting, head weather condition
(Heat Stress) ach, collapse,  -Drink more frequently water and add hydration
blood pressure, 12 4
4 3 (Med) powder for lost minerals and salt. 4 1
irritation  -Supervisor need to Keep a sharp eye on heat (Low)
related illness on fellow workers.
 -Proper meal and take proper rest during break
time. Summer factor awareness.
 -First Aid responders should be available and an
emergency response plan should be in place.
-Trainings

Night shift Vehicle movement Supervisor, To provide the lighting meeting the QCS- 14, Constructi
12
work Foreman and site Section 11, 1.5.3 on
workers Recommended levels for site lighting which Manager /
are given below Site
 Security 5/30Lux Engineer/
 Movement and handling of peoples, Supervisio
Machine and vehicles, Handling of n Team
materials 20 LUX
 Store & stockyard 30 Lux
16  Site entrance General access, vehicle and
(High pedestrian 30 LUX 4
4 4 4 1
)  General work area 50LUX (Low)
 Reinforcing concreting, shattering erecting
100 LUX
 Fine craft work all work with Power tools
Painting Electrical 300 LUX
 Site hunts Rest room, Toilet 150 LUX
 Site office 500 LUX
 Emergency Lighting 5 to 70 LUX
Low visibility Supervisor, TO check the illumination level as per Construction
13
Foreman and site requirement by Lux meter from competent Manager /
16
workers person 4 Site
(High Engineer/
4 4 4 1
) (Low) Supervision
Team

Man Machine interface Supervisor, The Object of area lighting should be to Construction
Foreman and site produce and overall level illumination, Manager /
workers 16 Sufficient for workmen and vehicle to move Site
(High safely. Every part of the area should receive 4 Engineer/
4 4 light from the least two directions to avoid 4 1 Supervision
) (Low)
dangerous, dense shadows Team
Pedestrian walkways should be kept clear
and illumination. High visibility
Open excavated area Supervisor, Excavation to be barrier off with warning Construction
/edge Foreman and site 16 signs and lighting to be arrange. Tower light Manager /
(High 4
workers 4 4 to be increased and regular maintenance to 4 1 Site
) be ensure (Low) Engineer/
Supervision
Team
Workers New to Night Supervisor, 16 Site induction/ TBT to be performed HSE
works Foreman and site (High regarding lighting and night works 4
4 4 4 1 Represent
workers ) (Low) ative/ Site
Supervisor
Pinch points Supervisor, 16 All moving part of machinery need to be Construction
Foreman and site (High covered as per required guard 4 Manager /
workers 4 4 4 1 Site
) (Low)
Engineer/
Supervision
Protruding nails Supervisor, 16 Unwanted projected objects must be Construction
Foreman and site (High removed from the site or separate from the 4 Manager /
4 4 4 1
workers ) movement area (Low) Site
Engineer/
Movement of works Supervisor,  Work area to be fenced off and secured Construction
man outside the work Foreman and site  Continues supervision to be done by Manager /
area in dark workers security personal and supervisor Site
16  Used emergency contact number in case Engineer/
(High 4 Supervision
4 4 of an emergency (55219535) 4 1
)  Appropriate facilities should be provided (Low) Team
together with break periods to allow the
worker to rest, refresh themselves and
regain alertness.
Name: Reviewed by: Name: Approved by: Name:
Prepared By: Sign/ Date: Sign/ Date: Sign/ Date:

Fire and Emergency Evacuation Plan (FEEP)

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