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METHOD STATEMENT WITH JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

FOR ROAD, DRAINS, CULVERTS, PAVER BLOCK

PROJECT

BHARAT PETROLEUM CORP. LTD

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PC Construction
Title Method Statement with Job Safety Analysis for Road, Drains, Culverts, Paver Block At
Lorry Parking Area
Document No.

Project REVAMPING OF WARANGAL DEPOT

Contract No.

Client M/s BPCL

Contractor PC CONSTRUCTION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sr. No. Description
1.0 PURPOSE

2.0 SCOPE

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

4.0 GENERAL

5.0 METHODOLOGY

6.0 JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS & MITIGATION MEASURES

7.0 FALL PROTECTION SYSTEM


1.0 PURPOSE

PC Construction is going ahead with construction in BPCL


Warangal .
It has been felt that the need for a Method Statement with job
safety analysis for civil / structural work that covers Road, Drains
and Cross Over’s. Accordingly, the related Method Statement is
being made.
2.0 SCOPE

This document explains the required activities to carryout Civil


work of Road, Drains, , Culvert and Road Cross over which involves
the following:

 RCC Work (Drains, Culvert)

 Road Work (Bituminous Road)

All excavation works are equivalent to Hot Work. Excavation


Permit needs to obtained from Terminal Manager for Excavation
and all other Cold Work. Electrical Clearance is also necessary for
any possible Electrical Cable or possible Earthing Network, on a
one-time basis. Similarly, Custodian will issue Clearance for any
possible Sewerage line in proposed Road, Drain and Culvert area.

All ignition sources shall be kept off as far as possible. Tool- Box
Talk is a must before start of the job on a daily basis, as the
situation, working / operating condition may change overnight or
changes in shift.

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENT

1. Contract Document
2. Lay Out covering Drains, Roads and Culvert.
4.0 GENERAL

The following schedule will be followed:


 RCC Work (Drains, Culvert)

1. Identification of Location / coordinates


2. Bar Bending & RCC Mix Design
3. Excavation of earth based on Drain, Culvert,
4. Removal of earth from site
5. Shoring as necessary
6. Hard soling
7. PCC
8. Form Work & Installing Steel Reinforcement
9. Casting of RCC wall / flooring / foundation
10. Curing
11. Back filling
12. Retention of embankment, as necessary

 Road Work (Bituminous Road)

1. Surface Preparation
2. Road Embankment
3. Sub Grade
4. Laying of Kerbstones (as need)
5. Sub-Base
6. Aggregate Base Course
7. Prime coat
8. Bituminous Base Course or Binder Course
9. Tack / Seal Coat
10. Joints
11. Compaction of Mixtures
12. Thickness of Cores & Testing

Bitumen shall be heated to a temperature between 146 °C and


156 °C at mixing time. The temperature of bitumen mix shall
be monitored at the time of application. All bituminous
mixtures shall leave the paver at a temperature not less than
150 °C.
o Structural steel assembly, Column anchorage, Beam &
Columns, Open web Steel Joists, System Engineered Metal
Buildings, Laying of piping as per approved drawing / GA
drawing, Design & specification
o Laying of piping as per GA / Isometric Drawing, Design &
Specification

 Traffic Management Plan: It is proposed to use the Emergency


exit of the Terminal for Incoming / outgoing traffic related
project related material movement and other mobile
equipment like Excavator, Hydra, Mobile Crane, Concrete Mixer
Truck, Other material trucks, Staff / Contractor men vehicle
etc. However, as the proposed route is not in good motor able
route, it is suggested to use the existing main Entry route to
Terminal for these Project related Vehicle / Mobile
equipment’s, which is passing by the side of existing Tank Farm
to the Project site with a another separate Entry and Exit at
the area contiguous to Tank Farm end leading to Terminal Exit
gate.
 Security: All vehicles / Mobile equipment’s will pass through
Terminal Security with appropriate Gate Pass (Entry / Exit).
 Materials: All materials pertaining to Project will be stored in
designated area as earmarked by the Site Engineer. Site
Engineer need to consult Terminal Manager in this respect, as
needed.
 Any surplus earth out of excavation, will be disposed off, by
Site I/C to create enough space to accommodate Project
Materials and to provide adequate space for carrying out jobs,
movement of Mobile equipment’s etc.

 In view of ongoing monsoon all approaches to Project site and


within Site shall be made motor able or at least WBM / WMM
type.
 All safety and security arrangement shall be in place and
Terminal Operations shall not be hampered.
 At least 2 X 9 Kg DCP Fire Extinguishers, Sand buckets (dry
sand) and one running water hose near work area will be in
readiness to meet Emergency.
5.0 METHODOLOGY

5.1 RCC WORK (DRAINS, CULVERT)

a. The following Methodology will be adopted for Concrete / RCC


work:

 Concrete components
 Concrete mixing
 Concrete testing
 Formwork for foundation elements
 Formwork for Skelton elements;
 Work sequence for all elements.

b. Procedure:

 Drawing Approval

1. All shop drawings for the elements to be executed shall


be approved in advance to the proceeding of that
element preparation and casting procedures;
2. Shop drawings shall be submitted on sufficient time to
allow the Engineer to check / comment / approve the
drawings and to be ready before the start of the activity
on site.

 Excavation

1. Excavation shall follow the excavation sequence


based on the site availability;
2. Excavation slopes shall follow safe slopes, proper Shoring
or Benching to be done
3. Foundation levels shall be checked as per the final
approved shop drawings.
Laboratory tests shall be carried out on the Concrete mix
materials to ensure that the course of concrete mixing and
preparation, materials comply with the requirements
defined in Technical Specification and Code

 Cement:

a. Shall be Portland Cement


b. Cement type for Skelton and other members will be as
specs and drawings.
c. Source of cement shall be consistent for each individual
element;
d. Source shall be approved by the Engineer as part of the
concrete mix design procedure;
e. Cement shall be stored in silos at the central batch plant.

 Aggregates:

a. Corse and fine aggregates shall be obtained at locations


as per the approved design mix documents;
b. Aggregates shall be tested as per the project
specifications and codes to satisfy the requirement
individually and within the mix design.

 Water:

a. Water source shall be the one defined and approved in


the design mix approved documents;
b. Water cement ratio shall be the one as per the approved
mix design document. Maximum shall be 0.45.

 Mixed Concrete:

a. For foundation works, concrete type (A) shall be used


with a maximum 20 mm aggregate size and 38.25 Mpa
strength after 28 days (Otherwise Specified).
b. Cement content shall be not less than 370 kg/m³, using
Portland Cement.

 Concrete mixing
Concrete mixing shall be done in one of the central batch
plants approved by the Engineer; it shall be transported in
Truck mixers fulfilling the Specifications, codes and
approved design mix requirements.

 Pouring and Compaction

a. Concrete pouring shall be placed evenly in layers.


b. Layers shall be compacted using vibrators;
c. Before pouring fresh concrete, temperature shall be
checked to be of a minimum value of 12 °C, and a
maximum value of 32 °C
d. Slump of fresh concrete shall be checked to meet the
specifications and codes.
e. Slump for foundation elements shall be between 80
mm ±5mm; 90 mm
±5mm for Columns and 100mm ±5mm for Ceilings
(Otherwise Mentioned)
f. During casting cylinder / Cube concrete samples shall be
taken for further compression tests after 7 days to reach
the 67% (25.5 MPa) strength requirements and for 28
days compression test to the required 100% (38.25 MPa)
strength (Otherwise Specified).

 Formwork and False work:

a. Shop drawings shall be submitted showing the details of


form and false works for the different foundation / wall
types and dimensions for the Engineers review /
comments / approval;
b. Removal of formwork shall be related to concrete
strength as per specified minimum period and Engineers
approval.

 Concrete Curing:

Concrete curing shall follow the approved quality plan.

 Equipments:
Number of equipment mentioned in this section is minimum,
exact number shall be defined based on the exact quantities
to be poured per day or per item.

Description of Equipment Number


Batch Plant 1
Truck Mixers 2-3
Mobile Pump Need based
Vibrators 2 or more
Slump Cone 2
Concrete Cube Moulds (150 mm X 150 mm) 24

5.2 ROAD WORK (BITUMINOUS ROAD)

The Methodology will be adopted as under:

The Site Engineer will be responsible for Bituminous Road laying.


Necessary Work Permit to be obtained.

Equipment:

 Shovel

 Compaction Roller Machine

 Spreader

 Trucks

 Sprit Level

 Plumb bob

 Electric air blower / Air Compressor for cleaning

 Drilling Machine

 Hammer

 Measuring Tapes
 Surface Preparation

o The surveyor shall mark the road center line and width of
the embankment prior to starting of any road works; The
Site Engineer shall make detail survey of the existing
services (If any) by the side of the road or crossing the road.
o Surveyor shall make a survey report for the existing levels
prior to filling or cutting and engineer should make sure for
the same.
o All the road works and road crossings must be executed as
per the approved drawings and as per project specifications.

Road embankment:

 Embankment shall be installed on top of the existing natural


ground, thickness of this layer shall be at least 30 cm.
 Material to be used for road embankment shall be A-1-a OR A-1-
b or A-2-4 in accordance with AASHTO classification.
 Every layer should be compacted with heavy compactor and the
compacted density of the soil shall be equal to or greater than
95% of modified Proctor M.D.D., with no single value below
92%.

Sub Grade:

 Ensure that approved sub-grade material is used and the


material sample shall be collected and tested as per project
specifications upon receiving of material at site.

 Sub-grade material shall be placed above embankment filling

 The approved Sub-grade material shall be backfilled to the


thickness of 300mm and it should backfilled in two layers (each
layer 150 mm).
 Compaction of sub-grade shall be facilitated by means of a 10 –
12-ton vibratory roller, rolling shall be continue to achieve the
MDD of 95% as per approve drawings and project specifications.
 Thickness of sub-grade shall not be less 300 mm or as specified
in the approved drawings
 The formation shall be shaped and graded to an even and
uniform, well filled surface, shaped similarly to the finished
surface of the road.
 Compaction test shall be done by approved laboratory for the
Sub grade.

Laying of Kerbstones

As needed and as per approved drawing. The kerbstone laying shall


be inspected and approved by Site Engineer.

Sub-Base:

 Ensure that approved, well graded, sub-base course material is


used and the material sample shall be collected and tested as
per project specifications upon receiving of material at site.
 Thickness of sub-base course shall be 200mm as specified in the
approved drawings, and it shall be placed in two layers.
 Sub-Base material spreading shall be started after receiving the
compaction test results of Sub Grade.
 Sub-base material loads shall be spread outside area on which it
is spread to ensure that no segregation occurs, and it shall be
spread evenly.
 Each layer shall be must be compacted to an average of 100% of
MDD with no single value below 98%
 Minimum field density tests shall be one test for every 100
Sq.meter of granular sub-base laid
 Minimum material test requirement shall be one sample for
every day materials arrived. Test shall be as follows grading,
plasticity index, sand equivalent, MDD,

and CBR, loss by abrasion by the approved laboratory as per the


project specifications.

Aggregate Base Course

 Ensure that approved sub-base course material is used and the


material sample shall be collected and tested as per project
specifications upon receiving of material at site.
 Thickness of sub-base course shall be 150 mm as specified in
the approved drawings.
 Aggregate base course material spreading shall be started after
receiving the compaction test results of Sub Grade.
 Aggregate base course material loads shall be spread outside
area on which it is spread to ensure that no segregation occurs,
and it shall be spread evenly.

Prime Coat

 Ensure that approved material is used and each consignment


test certificate for prime coat (MC 70) shall be provided.
 Prime coat shall be tested as per project specifications.

 Prime coat shall be applied between road base course and


bituminous base course as per approved drawings.
 The same shall be cured for a curing period of 48 hours prior to
laying of bituminous base course.
 Bituminous material for the prime coat shall be applied in
quantities of at least 0.7 ltr/m² not exceeding however 1.50
ltr/m².

Bituminous Base Course or Binder Course

 Ensure that approved bituminous base course material


is used and each consignment test certificates
shall be provided for Bitumen used (MC 40 - 50).
 Bituminous base course shall be of thickness 90 mm or as per
approved drawings.

 Bituminous base course shall not be placed during dusty, foggy


and Rainy weather.

 Bituminous base course material shall be transported in trucks


from hot mix plant & its final placement temperature shall not
be less than 150 °C
 Consistency of mixture shall be checked for each 200 tons.

 Site engineer in coordination with surveyor must ensure laying


of bituminous course to the correct levels and to the specified
longitudinal and cross section profiles.
 The Bituminous base course shall be evenly placed by
mechanical spreader on a clean base in a manner that it does
not become segregated.
 The seams of the bituminous base course shall be sufficiently
staggered against each other and it should be executed
straights, longitudinal if necessary being adapted to the road
alignment.
 Bituminous base course shall be compacted evenly over the
entire surface by using pneumatic & steel roller.
 Gradient slope shall be maintained as per approved drawings.

 The core sample to be taken after compaction to determine the


layer thickness and the MDD as per project specifications.

Tack / Seal Coat

 Ensure that approved material is used and each consignment


test results shall be provided for Tack coat.
 Tack coat shall be tested as per project specifications.

 Tack coat shall be applied between bituminous base course and


the wearing course as per drawings, as needed.
 Tack coat shall be cured for at least 3-hour.

 Tack coat shall be applied in quantities of at least 0.4 ltr/sq.


mtr, not exceeding, however 0.60 ltr/sq. mtr.

Temperature:

 Temperature shall be checked whenever material is delivered to


site.
 Aggregate ingredient shall be heated to a temperature between
160 °C to 179 °C.
 Bitumen shall be heated to a temperature between 146 °C and
156 °C at mixing time.
 All bituminous mixtures shall leave the paver at a temperature
not less than 150
°C.
 Prime coat (MC-70) between 50 °C and 80 °C.

 Tack Coat shall be laid

between 30 °C and 50 °C. Joints:

 Longitudinal Joints in asphalt courses shall be offset by 300 mm


in relation to the longitudinal joints of the underlying course
 Transverse joints in succeeding layers shall be offset by at least
2 m. The same shall apply when new pavement is laid in
contact to an existing, which will be cut back in steps, 2 m
wide in each of its layers
 At transverse joints the previously laid work shall be cut to a
vertical edge. Before laying the material against it, the vertical
edge to be painted with hot bitumen and roughened
 Minimum number of joints to be exercised /

considered during execution Compaction of Mixtures:

 After spreading and strike-off, the rolling operation by


pneumatic and steel roller shall start immediately and shall
operate as close as possible to the paver without excessive
tearing.
 Rolling will not be prolonged till cracks appear.

 The asphalt layer shall be compacted to a minimum degree of


98% of maximum Density.

Thickness of Cores:

 Depth of each bituminous paving course shall be measured by


cored samples.
 Samples shall be one sample for 600 sq. mtr.

 Cored sample shall be 10cm in diameter (nominal)


 RCC Foundation Work

RCC Foundation work will be done as per approved drawing.


Necessary bolt will be anchored along with base plate on which
steel structure will be erected.

o Drawing Approval
o Excavation
o Materials

 Cement
 Aggregates
 Water
 Steel

o Form Work
o Mixed Concrete

 Concrete Mixing
 Pouring & Compaction

o Concrete Curing

 Erection of Steel Structure

The Steel structure will be erected over the Road as per


approved drawing, fabrication methodology and specification.
It will be Pre-fab structure need to be erected. Necessary Work
Permit including Working at Height to be obtained. The Falling
Object Protection means, and Fall Protection are to be in
place.

Methodology will be as under:

 Site Layout, Site-specific Erection Plan & Construction


Sequencing
 Hoisting & Rigging
 Structural Steel Assembly
 Column Anchorage
 Beams & Columns
 Open Web Steel Joists
 Systems-engineered Metal Buildings
 Laying of Piping with guide as per approved drawing
 Piping spacing as per

approved GA drawing

Equipments:

Hoisting / Rigging

 Mobile Crane / Hydra


 Mobile Telescopic Boom
 Mobile Elevated working Platform/ Man Baskets/ Scissors Lifts
 Chain Pulley
 Welding Machine
 Gas

Cutting

Machine

Personal

Fall

Arrest

System:

 Safety Nets
 Beamer / Glyder / Girder Grip
 Retractable Lanyards
 Uni Strut
 Life-lines
 Safety Cable (Column attached)
Approval to begin Steel Erection

 ASTM standard test method (concrete must be 75% of the


minimum compressive design strength): footings, piers, walls
 Adequate access
 A firm, properly graded, drained area, readily accessible for the
safe storage of materials and the safe operation of equipment
Crane inspections as per ANSI B30.5-1994
 Qualified operator is in charge of lifts and has final call
 Qualified rigger
 Preplan routes to minimize employee exposure to suspended
loads
 Multiple lift rigging procedures….

Critical Lift

 A lift that

1. Exceeds 75 percent of the rated capacity of the crane or


derrick, or
2. Requires the use of more than one crane or derrick.

Column Anchorage:

General requirements for erection stability

 Columns anchored by a min. of 4 rods (bolts)


 Each anchor rod, assembly including base plate and foundation,
designed to resist a 300# eccentric load at 18” from the column
face

 No repair, Replacement or Field Modification permitted to


anchor bolts unless approved by structural Engineer.
 4 bolts minimum per column.
 Repair, replacement or field modification of anchor bolts must
be approved by the structural engineer of record.
 Columns set on level finished floors, pre-grouted leveling
plates, leveling nuts, or shim packs
 All columns shall be evaluated by a competent person to
determine whether guying or bracing is needed
Beams & Columns:

 Secured with at least two bolts per connection.


 Competent person to evaluate.
 Diagonal bracing
 With bracing, secured by at least one bolt per connection.
 Double connections at columns and/or at beam webs over a
column.
 At least one bolt or similar connection device is present.

Double Connection:

 Attachment method where the connection point is intended for


two pieces of steel which share common bolts on either side of
a central piece.
 Double connections at columns and / or at beam webs over a
column: At least one bolt or similar connection device must be
present (e.g., a beam seat, etc.)
Diagonal Bracing:

 Solid web structural members used as diagonal bracing must be


secured by at least one bolt per connection drawn up wrench
tight or the equivalent as specified by the project structural
engineer of record.

Open Web Steel Joists:

 Addresses proper joist end attachment, erection procedures

o erection bridging requirements according to Tables A & B of


AISC
o Holes in joists / bolting required for joists in 40’+ bays

 Requirements for landing and placing loads on joists


 Some requirements may be modified through a site-specific
erection plan (tandem setting of some 60’+ joists and
requirements for landing decking bundles)

Anchored Bridging / Bolted Diagonal Bridging

 Steel joist bridging is connected to a bridging terminus point.


 Diagonal bridging that is bolted to a steel joist or joists.
PC CONSTRUCTION
Project Name REVAMPING OF WARANGAL DEPOT
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6.0 JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

Job Title: RCC Work (Drains, Culvert, Paver Page of JSA No.: Date: New Revised
Block)
Equipment: Supervisor: Analysis by:
Department: Approved by:
Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures


Identification of Location / coordinates Injury Obtain Cold Work Permit. Use PPE (Helmet, Safety Shoe).
Bar Bending Injury Obtain Cold Work Permit. Use PPE (Helmet, Safety Shoe,
Hand gloves). Check for the stability of the equipment. Only
trained and competent Contractor staff.
RCC Mix Design
Route Fixation for Movement of Material & Mobile Incident involving Truck / Route must be fixed / ear marked and Motor able or hard top
equipment’s mobile equipment, Injury, type. Truck / Mobile equipment speed limit - 10 KMPH within
Death, Loss of property / Project site / Terminal. Detachable Spark Arrester to be fixed
material on Mobile Plant. Competent and or having valid license to
drive / operate. Terminal Staff to follow earmarked
pathways for pedestrians.
Excavation of earth based on Drain, Culvert, Road Cross over Injury or Illness Obtain Excavation Permit. Site Engineer and other working
foundation design staff to be aware of Electrical Cables, Sewerage line, defunct

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Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures
Petroleum line passing through site. Consider enough space
for movement of Excavator in Horizontal and vertical
direction. Almost 1 - 2 M depth earth excavation needed.
Area fenced- only authorized and competent people to work.
Excavated earthed to be positioned at least 1 M away. Site
Engineer to consider condition of earth due to prevailing
monsoon, static load and dynamic load in surroundings,
Stability of Excavation. Assess any live service, proximate
water course or isolation failure could cause flooding of
excavation. Means of entry and exit from the excavation.
Dewatering pump. Any Mobile Plant must not be allowed
within 2 M from Electrical Cable and Pole within 5 M.
Removal of earth from site Injury Working / proper earth mover / dumper. Competent operator
/ driver. Site Engineer to direct the area of safe operation
considering Static and dynamic load on excavation.
Shoring as necessary Injury Shored, benched and or battered, as needed. Sloping of the
face prevent ground collapse. Benching and battering may
also be considered in absence of shoring.
Hard soling / PCC Injury Protection from earth collapse. Providing shield. Sloping of
the face prevent ground collapse.
Form Work Injury Protection from earth collapse. Providing shield. Sloping of
the face prevent ground collapse. PPEs (Gloves, Helmet,
Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures
Safety Shoe).
Installing steel Reinforcement Injury Protection from earth collapse. Providing shield. Sloping of
the face prevent ground collapse. PPEs (Gloves, Helmet,
Safety Shoe).
Positioning of aggregate, Concrete Mix Injury Demarcated area. PPEs.
Positioning of necessary equipment’s for casting Injury Demarcated area. PPEs.
Casting of Footing, RCC Wall / Flooring / Foundation Injury Protection from earth collapse. Providing shield. Sloping of
the face prevent ground collapse. PPEs (Gloves, Helmet,
Safety Shoe, Dust mask). Safety shower be provided.
Curing Injury PPEs (Gloves, Helmet, Safety Shoe)
Removal of shattering and disposal of shattering materials Injury PPEs (Gloves, Helmet, Safety Shoe)
Back Filling Injury PPEs
Retention of Embankment, as necessary (for Culvert) Injury PPEs
Job Title: Road Work (Bituminous Road) Page of JSA No.: Date: New Revised
Equipment: Supervisor: Analysis by:
Department: Approved by:
Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures


Identification of Location / coordinates Injury Obtain Cold Work Permit. Use PPE (Helmet, Safety Shoe).
Surface preparation Injury Obtain Cold Work Permit. Use PPE (Helmet, Safety Shoe,
Hand gloves). Check for the stability of the equipment. Only
trained and competent Contractor staff.
Road embankment Injury Certified earth mover, Competent Driver/ operator. Use PPEs
Route Fixation for Movement of Material & Mobile Incident involving Truck / Route must be fixed / ear marked and Motor able or hard top
equipment’s mobile equipment, Injury, type. Truck / Mobile equipment speed limit - 10 KMPH within
Death, Loss of property / Project site / Terminal. Detachable Spark Arrester to be fixed
material on Mobile Plant. Competent and or having valid license to
drive / operate. Terminal Staff to follow earmarked
pathways for pedestrians.
Sub Grade making Injury Certified Compactor / Roller, Competent Operator, Use PPEs,
Sub grading as per approved design and specification.
Laying of Kerbstones (as needed) Injury Kerbstone laying as per approved drawing and specification.
Use PPEs
Sub-Base making Injury On specification materials, Layer wise compaction as per
Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures
design, Test procedure followed, Approved / certified Mobile
plants, Competent operator, Use PPEs
Aggregate Base Course Injury On specification materials, Layer wise compaction as per
design, Test procedure followed, Approved / certified Mobile
plants, Competent operator, Use PPEs
Prime Coating Injury / Burn Only Competent worker handling Hot bitumen (150 Deg C),
application as per design and specification, Use PPEs.
Bituminous Base Course or Binder Course Injury/ Burn Only Competent worker handling Hot bitumen (150 Deg C),
application as per design and specification, Evenly
Compacted, Gradient slope maintained. Use PPEs.
Tack / Seal Coat Injury / burn Approved Material used, Application as per design and
specification.
Jointing layers Injury Quality norms of Jointing Bitumen course adhered to, Use
PPEs
Compaction of Mixtures Injury Certified Compactor / Roller, Competent Operator, Use PPEs
Thickness of Cores & Testing Injury Competent employee, Adhere to Testing Standards, Use PPEs
Job Title: Road Cross Over (Overhead Page of JSA No.: Date: New Revised
Piping)
Equipment: Supervisor: Analysis by:
Department: Approved by:
Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures


Identification of Location / coordinates Injury Obtain Cold Work Permit. Use PPE (Helmet, Safety Shoe).
Route Fixation for Movement of Material & Mobile Incident involving Truck / Route must be fixed / ear marked and Motor able or hard top
equipment’s mobile equipment, Injury, type. Truck / Mobile equipment speed limit - 10 KMPH within
Death, Loss of property / Project site / Terminal. Detachable Spark Arrester to be fixed
material on Mobile Plant. Competent and or having valid license to
drive / operate. Terminal Staff to follow earmarked
pathways for pedestrians.
RCC Foundation: RCC Mix design, Excavation, Materials, Form Injury Excavation Permit to be obtained, Adherence to design and
work, Concrete mixing, Pouring/ compaction, specification, Benching needed if shoring not done. Use Shield
to protect from earth cave in during activities in trench.
Certified equipment / Competent Operator.
Approval to began Steel erection Injury Certified Mobile plant, Competent Operator, work under
supervision. Approved drawing. Footings, Piers, walls to have
minimum 75% compressive strength. Erection only after
receiving Structural Engineer’s clearance.
Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures
Hoisting & Rigging / Critical Lift Injury Crane Inspection done (ANSI B 30.5). Qualified Lift operator,
Qualified Rigger, The total load shall not exceed rated
capacity of hoisting equipment or the rigging capacity.
Controlled load lowering shall be used while the load is over
Connector / Operator. Preplan route to minimize employee
exposure to suspended loads. Use PPEs
Column Anchorage / Erection Structural stability shall be maintained at all times during
erection. Minimum 4 bolts as per design & specification.
Columns to be framed in at least 2 directions. Check for
Guying or Bracing needed. Field modification like shim pack
only with approval of Engineer. Repair / replacement of
anchor bolt not permitted unless approved by Structural
Engineer. Use PPEs
Beams & Columns erection Secured with at least two bolts per connection. Competent
person to evaluate. Any Gap or void of 12” or more to have
skylights on roof or floor, to prevent fall. Plumbing up as per
competent person, Planked / decked floor as needed. Use
PPEs- Personal fall arrest – Lifeline & Falling object
protection. Connectors / Operators must be provided and
wear equipment necessary to be able to be tied-off or be
provided with other means of fall protection.
Double Connection / Diagonal Bracing Diagonal bracing / Double connections at columns or at Beam
Job Steps Potential Hazards Recommended Safe Job Procedures
webs over a Column - Standard procedure be followed.
Open Web Steel Joist Addresses proper joist end attachment, erection procedures.
When columns not framed in 2 directions by beams, Steel
joists shall be field bolted at the column. Hoist cables not
released until joists are field-bolted and the bottom chord is
restrained by stabilizer plate.
Anchored Bridging / Bolted Diagonal Bridging Anchored Bridging / Bolted Diagonal Bridging be carried out
as per Technical Digest of Steel Joist Institute. Use PPEs.
General Personal Protective Equipments:
Type Of PPEs Remarks
Protection
Head Hard hat/ Helmet- meets ANSI Z89.1 Name should be displayed for
requirements identification
Eye & face Safety Glass – meets ANSI Z87 Person wearing prescription
requirements glass to wear over the glass
Foot Steel toed shoe/ boot Tennis shoe, sandals not
allowed
High Visibility Vest with high visibility- meets ANSI Welders excluded
Attire reflectivity requirements
Hand / Finger Appropriate Gloves People using tools/ materials
to use always
Hearing Ear plug- used for noise more than 85 Exposure not to exceed 140
dBA dBA

Activity based Eye/ Face Protective Equipments:

Activity Safety Equipment


Welding Welding Hood and safety glasses with side shields
Burning Burning Goggles with Shield
Abrasive grinding or cutting Face Shield and safety glasses with side shields
Drilling Goggles or Face Shield and safety glasses with side shields
Reaming Face Shield and safety glasses with side shields
Chemical Handling Goggles and Face Shield
Molten Materials Goggles and Face Shield
Corrosive Liquids Goggles and Face Shield
Concrete Pouring Safety glasses with side shields

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Activity based Protection Equipments:

Activity Safety Equipment Remarks


Vessel/ Confined Space Self Contained Gas/ Oxygen/ H2S test to be checked
Entry Breathing Apparatus
Working at height/ Safety harness/ Protection fall arrest system/ Proper
Operating Mobile plant Safety belt guard rail/scaffolding/ safety netting/
certified mobile Boom Lift/ Crane/
Excavator/ Front Loader/ Dumper,
ladder/2 M rule adherence
Excavation Shoring, Benching, Using shield, 1.5 M
depth Rule adherence/Proper entry-
exit

7.0 FALL PROTECTION SYSTEM

 Personal fall Arrest System:

o Means a system used to arrest an employee in a fall from a


working level.
o System consists of an anchorage, connectors, a body harness
and may include a lanyard, deceleration device, lifeline or
suitable combination of these.
 Positioning Device:

o Means a body belt or body harness rigged to allow an


employee to be supported on an elevated, vertical surface,
such as a wall or column and work with both hands free
while lea
Beamer, Glyder, Girder Grip:
 Lanyards /

Retractable

Lanyards: 2

Lanyards

Minimum for

100% FP