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Activity

Hazard

Oxy-fuel cutting

Gases

Noise

Radiation

Pressured drum (gas cylinder)

Empty Gas cylinder

Fume Pipe fitting

Metals fume

coating material fume

Noise

Grinder disc

Spot welding

Electric source

Sparks

Hot parts

fume and gases

Explainantion

Cause

The high process temperature causes oxygen and nitrogen in the air to combine,forming nitric oxide (NO).

Nitric oxide is a severe eye, skin and mucous membrane irritant. Nitrogen dioxide is a highly toxic, irritating gas. There has been some reports of exposure to high levels of nitrogen dioxide (as generated by oxy-fuel gas cutting in confined spaces) resulting in severe ill health and even death (long term effect)

carbon monoxide (CO) may also form

causing a reduction in the bloods oxygen carrying capacity which can be fatal.

generally only a problem when cutting plate thicknesses above 40-50 mm or when a large excess of 90 dB may result of hearing damage number of cutting torches are used simultaneously

from hight temperature (900 degree farenheit)

serious injury that relate to heat (blistered)

very high pressure (2500 psi) and contain highly flammable gas

can cause explosion and serious injury and damage to workshop

serious and fatal accidents can occurr at workplaces during the cutting of 20, 60 or 205-litre steel fuel explosion or seriuos injury drums

Any coating that have been applied The presence of any contaminates

Carbon steel - iron oxide forms the main component can result in siderosis, a permanent but relatively of the fume benign condition which affects the lungs

Galvanised steel - generates zinc oxide fumes

This is an acute illness of short duration characterised by a dry cough, difficulty breathing, shaking and cramps

High, short-term exposure to the fumes can cause Metal alloys containing cadmium - release cadmium kidney damage, and inflammation of the lung tissue fumes which can prove fatal.

Chromium

Hexavalent chromium can cause ulceration, skin sensitisation, occupational asthma and cancer.

Lead

Prolonged exposure can result in adverse effects on the blood, kidneys, central nervous system and reproduction.

Zinc

Metal fume fever causing flu-like symptoms.

might produced excess 90 dB

hearing damage

high speed rotation

may cause serious injury

The input power circuit and machine internal circuits are also live when power is on. Incorrectly installed or improperly grounded equipment is a hazard. The flying sparks, hot workpiece, and hot equipment. Very often sparks fly off from the joint area.

Touching live electrical parts can cause fatal shocks or severe burns.

Accidental contact of electrode to metal objects can cause sparks, explosion, overheating, or fire.

Do not touch hot parts bare handed.

may cause burn

Welding produces fumes and gases.

Breathing these fumes and gases can be hazardous to your health.

Type

Current risk control

Likelihood (estimation)

source: all equipments related, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot, noise place

No

source: all equipments related, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot, noise place

No

source: all equipments related, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot, noise place

No

source: all equipments related, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot, noise place

Gloves

soure: all equipments related, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot, noise place

Using troley and stored at specific enclosed area

source: all equipments related, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot, noise place source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

stored at specific enclosed area

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise

No

source: grinder, action: fitting by using high speed rotational disc, situation: at noise source: all equipments related to welding, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot

No

No

source: all equipments related to welding, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot

No

source: all equipments related to welding, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot

No

source: all equipments related to welding, action: high temperature cutting, situation: at hot

No

Severity (estimation)

Risk

Note

long term effect

long term effect

in TESDEC, the cutting process is just for training purpose and hardly exceed 90dB

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accident rarly to happen since most of the student (fitter) using gloves

TESDEC provide appropriate equipment and place to handle pressured drum and the risk can be lowered significant ly

TESDEC provide appropriate equipment and place to handle pressured drum and the risk can be lowered significant ly

0 0 0

long term effect.tesdec didnt provide any PPE that relate to this hazard

long term effect.tesdec didnt provide any PPE that relate to this hazard

long term effect.tesdec didnt provide any PPE that relate to this hazard

long term effect.tesdec didnt provide any PPE that relate to this hazard

long term effect.tesdec didnt provide any PPE that relate to this hazard

long term effect.tesdec didnt provide any PPE that relate to this hazard

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in TESDEC, the fitting process is just for training purpose and hardly exceed 90dB but the noise produced can be considered high

this activity need talent. Accident may occur if over force applied to grinder machine TESDEC provide appropriate equipment and place to do such this activity and the risk can be considered low TESDEC provide appropriate equipment and place to do such this activity and the risk can be considered low

TESDEC provide appropriate equipment and place to do such this activity and the risk can be considered low

long term effect

Recommended action

person incharge

provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE).

shazana

provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE).

atharuddin

Where employees are exposed at or above 85 dB, employers are required to conduct a noise assessment, provide hearing protection and provide training on using the hearing protection correctly. If employees daily personal exposure exceeds 90 dB, in addition to the above the employer has also to take steps to try and reduce the level of this exposure other than by the means of hearing protection.

muhammad farid

no

mohd zulkifli

provide clear appropriate (according to legal) signage at the storage area

izati

provide clear appropriate (according to legal) signage at the storage area

shazana

provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed). Provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE). provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).Provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE). provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE). provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE). provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE).

atharuddin

muhammad farid

mohd zulkifli

izati

shazana

provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE). Where employees are exposed at or above 85 dB, employers are required to conduct a noise assessment, provide hearing protection and provide training on using the hearing protection correctly. If employees daily personal exposure exceeds 90 dB, in addition to the above the employer has also to take steps to try and reduce the level of this exposure other than by the means of hearing protection. provide enough training by highly experienced trainer

muhammad farid

atharuddin

muhammad farid

No

shazana

No

muhammad farid

No

izati

provide their employees with information, instruction and training on the health hazards they are exposed to whilst at work (risks from fumes and gases and the control measures needed).Provide approproate respiratory protective equipment (RPE).

shazana