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WIJAYA KARYA

OUT OF PIT CRUSHING AND CONVEYOR SYSTEM TUTUPAN-KALIMANTAN SELATAN

PT. ADARO INDONESIA


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PT WIJAYA KARYA HSE DEPARTMENT

THINK SAFE DO SAFELY SAFETY FIRST

SLOGAN KESELAMATAN KERJA WIJAYA KARYA


Di Wijaya Karya, tugas kita tidak ada yang sedemikian Karya, mendesak atau penting, sehingga kita tidak sempat penting, meluangkan waktu untuk mengerjakannya dengan selamat selamat

Safety Induction

OUT OF PIT CRUSHING AND CONVEYOR SYSTEM

Health and Safety Statement


Staff and Management are committed to providing a Healthy and Safe work place for employees, contractors and visitors on company sites and premises. In doing so, we comply with all relevant legislation, codes of practice and regulations to continually improve our performance, striving for excellence in Health and Safety

Health & Safety Objectives


Safe Working Environment Safety Induction for Everyone Employee Participation Sub Contractor Participation Zero Harm Zero Incidents

Responsibilities of Management
To Maintain a Safe Working Environment To actively manage all Hazards on site Ensure correct training is in place Respond to any safety issues on site To Manage all Safety Meetings on site

Responsibilities of Employees
Follow through Learn and understand Be involved in Training Be proactive all aspects of Health and Safety Never walk by a Hazard without reporting it

From the Act, Section 19, Duties of employees Every employee shall take all practicable steps to ensure: (a)The employee's safety while at work and (b) That no action or inaction of the employee while at work causes harm to any other person

Accident and Incident Reporting


Employees must report Sub contractors must report all accidents and incidents Report all Near Misses ASAP Never leave site without reporting any safety issues

Why Accidents Happen


They can happen as a result of:

Inexperience Bad practices The effect of other parties eg: Subcontractors or public Drugs and alcohol Fatigue and long hours Laziness/short cuts

Rehabilitation Management
The company are committed to preventing illness and injuries at the workplace by providing a safe and healthy working environment for all our employees The company believes that occupational rehabilitation is of benefit to everyone and the early and safe return to meaningful and productive work of an employee. The company will consult with medical personnel and try to find suitable alternative duties to enable a gradual return to work The company may provide alternative duties outside the employee s usual job profile Successful rehabilitation requires everyone's involvement and commitment The company will develop a comprehensive Rehabilitation Plan for injured employees

Who is Responsible for Health and Safety at ?


The General Manager The Contracts Managers The Project Managers and Engineers The Foremen Most importantly

You

Construction is an Industry Full of Hazards


We put systems in place to minimize your exposure to hazards. These control measures include: Awareness - such as this induction Training Checking and Monitoring Auditing and Inspections Warning Signs Read On Site Hazard Registers

Understanding your method of work


No work activity or operation must start until you clearly understand what is to be done, and how it is going to be completed in a safe and orderly manner To ensure that this is fully understood by everyone involved, we use a Method Statement, or a Task Analysis Sheet. The format of this document can change dependant upon the nature and complexity of the activity to be completed, but for the majority of our projects a particular form called a HSR 09 Task Analysis Sheet is used These forms are generally completed by the Project Manager, Project Engineer or his Supervisor and are used to brief those people undertaking the work. These people then sign the form to record their understanding

Step 1 Select the job to be analyzed

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA) PROCESS

Step 2 Using the JSA worksheet, break down the job into logical steps and in the correct sequence that the work will be carried out Step 3 Identify all the hazards in each step Step 4 Develop Hazard Controls required Step 5 Measure the Residual Risk Step 6 Sign JSA Acknowledgement Sheet Step 7 Review and Update the JSA Step 8 File the JSA

Measure the Residual Risk


DESCRIPTION CONSEQUENCE Injury / Illness Insignificant Minor Moderate Major Minor Injury / Illness Medical Treatment Injury / Illness Restricted Duties Injury / Illness Lost Time Injury / Illness Environment Little or no environmental impact Small and/or localized impact Substantial environmental impact Serious environmental impact Widespread environmental impact

Catastrophic

Fatality or Permanent Disability Injury / Illness

RISK MANAGEMENT SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT (SWMS)


JOB STEP y Break the job down into Steps (where practical in sequence) y POTENTIAL HAZARDS y Identify the Hazards associated with each step. Examine each to find possibilities that could lead to an incident involving injury. Equipment damage or environmental harm. y Toolbox meeting and signing of JSA in relation to job today. Not understanding the job in hand y EXISTING CONTROLS y List the existing controls we currently have in place to address the identified hazard for each job step Conduct a risk assessment utilising the attached Matrix Ensure all personnel involved All work to carry out by qualified ADDITIONAL CONTROLS y If the risk rating is too high add additional controls and nominate Person/s Responsible.

in the unloading and positioning personnel. of job today understand procedure and sign SWMS No unauthorised personnel permitted in the work area. Wika personnel to clearly identify all potential underground and over head hazards and services in relation to work and access areas of crawler cranes and relevant transport.

General Site Hazards

Moving Vehicles eg: using heavy plant

Driving on the Road

Manual Lifting

Mechanical Lifting and Cranage

Working at Height

Confined Space and Hot Work

Precast Concrete Placing

Company Pictures

Personal Protection Equipment


Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) eg: Safety
Boots, Ear muffs, Hi Vis, Safety Glasses, Hard Hat etc

Must be worn at all times ! All employees must be trained in the correct use of the PPE for their tasks

Permit to Dig
Before doing any digging on site you need a Dig Permit This is your best insurance against hitting any type of under ground service Always make sure that the permit has been signed off The supervisor will arrange your permit

Emergency Plan and Evacuation


Delegation to Wardens Go to Evacuation points Secure the Site Administer First Aid Call for help 111

Site Emergencies
Site emergencies include medical illnesses, injuries, breakage or damage to services, fire, burial of workers, suffocation etc. Secure all other personnel against further chance of injury. Secure the site against further damage where such could cause injury or harm.

First Aid
A first aid kit is to be available in the site office at all times, and all field vehicles shall have a first aid kit. Please check the phone number before you dial for an ambulance. Please make sure you know the correct street address before ringing 111. Provide direction to the emergency site for emergency services.

Insert a Copy of your Emergency Plan

Emergency Plan
Emergency Response Emergency Responsible 1.Taking strategic steps necessary and to monitor any developments. 2.Do security on the company's assets and workers. 3.Report to relevant parties about the chronological events. 4.Report to relevant parties about the damage and potential losses suffered. Emergency Response Unit Coordinator 1.Leading emergency response before getting help from the relevant authorities. 2.Coordinates and directs everyone on their respective duties. 3.Lead a team to monitoring and collect data associated with the emergency building or project site. 4.Reporting the results of the monitoring and investigation to the responsible emergency. Task Force and Evacuation 1.Fire Emergency 2.Earthquake Emergency 3.Emergency Riots

Traffic Management Plans

Rules within Temporary Traffic Management Sites


High visibility garments must be fully zipped or buttoned up or they are considered not worn Do not change any temporary traffic management (TTM) measures without first talking to the STMS. This includes righting fallen cones or repositioning signs You must following the directions of the STMS at all times The STMS has the authority to postpone, cancel or modify operations due to adverse traffic, weather, or other conditions that affect the safety of the site Traffic entering and exiting sites should be aware of other traffic on the road and ensure no one accidentally follows you into the site

The health and Safety Hand Book is a guided safety process.

For further information Please refer to the Health and Safety Manual.

The company safety hand Book

Safety Reps for this site are:


Insert Names

Safety Meeting Held every Monday @ 10:30am or Tuesday @ 10:30am


The National Health and Safety Manager: Mobile No:

Thank you Any questions ?


Remember, Please keep it Safe at all Times

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