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Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Limited

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS FORM


JSA Number: NEW REVISED Title of Job being analysed: LTC/A/1526/10 EPC of Kitchen Facilities and Electrical Works in QNT. Removal of cables from cable tray. Department/Section doing JSA: Crew performing the job NORMAL APPROVALS: POSITION JSA written by: Name of the person Supervising the job

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Name Abe O Adeboy Jayaprakash

Staff No

Signature

Date 02-08-11

Minimum PPE Required - Coveralls (Nomex Delta C).


- Safety Helmet (No older then 3 years from date of issue). - Safety Shoes (Sole must not be smooth). - Safety Glasses (Dark & Clear with carry case). - Hearing Protection. - Safety Glove (Rigger Gloves). - 1 H2S GAS Alert Clip per group of 5 people is a minimum requirement - One H2S escape hood one Red mask per person - Barricade/Sign the area. - Pre-start Safety Toolbox Talk. - PTW must be used for every job - LOTO system must be used when working on Equipment - Always follow the 6 rules of Manual Handling - see below - Supervisors must be at the job site for all Medium and high risk activities

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MUST BE APPROVED BY QATARGAS OPCO SAFETY SECTION OR RETRIVED FROM APPROVED JSA DATABASE
OPCO Plant Safety Officer Name Staff No Signature Date

Manual Handling

1. Plan the lift.


Look at bulk of load as well as the weight and get help if you need it. Plan where you are going to take the load before you start & use mechanical equipment to lift the load where possible 4. Get a firm grip Keep the load close against your body.

2. Correct feet positioning: The feet should be apart with one leg slightly forward to maintain balance

3. Bend your knees Bend at the knees and keep the back straight.

5. Lift with your legs. Do not jerk or strain, use a smooth action.

6. Placing the load down. The previous rules apply when placing the object down as they do when lifting.

Hierarchy of Controls Eliminate the hazard Substitute with a less hazard Use engineering controls to reduce hazard Administrative Controls e.g. procedures Personal Protective Equipment

Emergency Situation / Evacuation


Gas leak / Fire
In case of Emergency situation all works must be stopped, equipments to be switched off and all personnels must report to the nearest muster point considering wind direction.

SE&QFORM070 -- Rev 01/ April 2010

February 2005

SE&QFORM070 -- Rev 01/ April 2010

February 2005

Job or Task Steps


1.Site Inspection

Hazards Identified
1.1 injury 1.2 Slip,trip,fall

Controls
1.1.1 Ensure the area has been confirmed and cleared by the concerned authority,prior to entry into the work area.Do not use areas outside of the cleared area of access. 1.2.1 Ensure no work is conducted in this area until signed permits to work are in place. 1.3.1 All staff and workers undergone QP/QG safety induction training. 1.4.1 Ensure no work is carried out until all permit to work;pre-start meeting topics and JSA have been discussed &signed off. 2.1.1 Use proper manual handling procedures 2.2.1 Materials heavier than 25 kg must not be lifted by one person. 2.3.1 Use proper safety gloves

2. Manual handling of materials

2.1 Back / Hand injury 2.2 Unbalance or loss of control 2.3 Cut injuries, sprains

3. Erection, Dismantling and usage of mobile 3.1 Not following manufacturers. scaffoldings Instructions and standard procedures. 3.2 Non-qualified scaffolders and electricians to do the job. 3.3 Lack of scaffold inspection. 3.4 Negligence on the scaffold locker. 3.5 Removal of guard rails and edge protection for ease work. 3.6 Overloading or over stacking materials on platforms.

3.1.1 Always keep manufactures instructions manual at site, always refer and follow it strictly using all parts from manufacturers. 3.2.1 Certified and trained scaffolders should be used in erection of scaffold. 3.3.1 Mobile scaffold should be provided red or green tag as per the status of the scaffold. 3.4.1 Wheels of scaffold should be locked properly. 3.5.1 No change in mobile scaffold is permitted by working team, only scaffolders team can make changes. 3.6.1 Do not stack more than required material on platform, ensure items on platform is protected from fall and ensure tie off. 4.1.1 Ladders inspected and color coded. Visual inspection before usage 4.1.2 Correct angle ratio 1:4 4.1.3 Maximum length 4,5 m 4.2.1 .Ladders must be fixed or secured properly on both ends. February 2005 4.2.2 Maintain 3 point of contact 4.2.3 Ladders must overpass one meter of the height

4. Use of Ladders

4.1 Fall of person from ladder 4.2 Ladders slipping 4.3 Object dropped

SE&QFORM070 -- Rev 01/ April 2010

JSA HAZARD & RISK TBT SUMMARY CARD


All supervisors must always first read the JSA before using this summary sheet JSA NUMBER/ JSA TITLE: TASK INVOLVING
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Confined Space Electrical Hazards Excavation Explosive Tools Gas Cutting Grinding Abrasive Blasting Handling Chemicals Hand Tools Asphyxiation Back Strain Chemical Exposure Dropped Objects Drowning Dust/Fumes/Vapours/Gas es Entanglement Environmental Incident Equipment Failure Eye Injury Absorbent Material Assistance (Extra Man) Barrier Cream Barriers Around And Below Work Sites Be Aware Of Adjacent Operations Chemical Type Protective Suit Communication Correct Hand/Body Placement/Posture Ear Protection Experienced Guidance Harness Eye Protection/Goggles/Face Shield 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 High Pressure Wash-Down Lifting Hazards/Equipments Manual Handling Mechanical Hazards Moving Loads Painting Power Tools Pressure/Stored Energy Radiation 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Restricted Space Rigging/Slinging Scaffolding Stacking/Storing Welding Working At A Height Working Over Water Working With/On Gratings Others________________ Rotating Equipment/Machinery Sharp Objects/Cuts/Burns Shock/Electrical Simultaneous Operations Slipping/Tripping Spill Struck BY Temperature Extremes Weather/Wind Conditions Others ____________ Provide Adequate Ventilation RPE for Dust/Fumes/Vapours Safety Storage Tools Scaffolding Slings & Shackles Spill/ Discharge Prevention Tag Lines Task Risk Assessment Use of Mechanical Means Whip Checks Others_________________ _

RISKS
Fall Potential Fire/Explosion/Ignition/Spar ks Inadequate Lighting Inadequate Ventilation Inexperienced Personnel Line Of Fire Nipping/Pinch Noise Potential Release Of Energy Pressure

CONTROL
Fire extinguisher/Watchman Flame Retardant Blanket Gas Detection Gloves/Gauntlets/Specia l Gloves Hand Rails House keeping Install Adequate Lighting Isolation Lifebuoy available at job site Other Specific PPE Permit to Work Pre post job Inspection

SE&QFORM070 -- Rev 01/ April 2010

February 2005

At no time and for no reason is anyone to break the following rules. Supervisors always read these rules out to your crew before you start any job:
1.
2. 3.

Never ever stand under a suspended load Never ever stand between two solid objects like a vehicle and a wall

Never ever retract a crane outrigger if you can not physically see the outrigger or if you dont have a banks man to guide you

I ____________________ have read out the above JSA/TBT to my crew on the Print Name: _____________________ Sign Here: _____________________ Date________________ and time_____________ Crew to sign below:

Name

Sign

Date

SE&QFORM070 -- Rev 01/ April 2010

February 2005

SE&QFORM070 -- Rev 01/ April 2010

February 2005