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SAFETY MONITORING SYSTEM

SAFETY MONITORING SYSTEM


A regular appraisal of the extent to which the safety objectives are achieved so that adjustments, correction can be made.

SAFETY INSPECTION
A process of revealing hazards and following through the necessary corrective actions which results to a safer workplace

SAFETY INSPECTION OBJECTIVE

Always look for potential hazards

SAFETY INSPECTION SYSTEM


PLAN & CARRYOUT
Hazard elimination by correction to the construction process

DETERMINE
When next inspection is needed

REVIEW & FINE-TUNE


Hazard elimination activity

SAFETY INSPECTION
Items to consider in planning & conducting an inspection:

1. What to inspect 2. How to inspect 3. Who will inspect

WHAT TO INSPECT
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MACHINE

MATERIAL

METHOD

MOTHER NATURE

WHO WILL INSPECT


May be carried out by groups of 3 people with skills & experience to: 1. Encourage uniform standards or procedures

2. Highlight what is reasonably practical


3. Provide balanced reports

HOW TO INSPECT
Identify what procedures, systems or structures should exist (basis of reference)

Determine whether above items are:


- in place - personnel are aware of them - complied with - adequate

HOW TO INSPECT
1. Describe work in progress at time of inspection 2. Identify Deficiencies - describe the deficiencies and identify the associated hazard level (low,
medium, or high) Note: Medium and high hazards require immediate resolution.

3. Identify Repeat/Outstanding deficiencies 4. Identify Items closed

FREQUENCY OF INSPECTION
Depends upon the: stage of construction risk known to be in the area volume of problems on rectification revealed in previous inspections accident record

SAFETY INSPECTION
Safety Checklist:

a tool for safety inspectors detailing the list of items that must be considered in performing safety inspection

SAFETY CHECKLIST EXERCISE


OSH STANDARD PROVISIONS
1412 GENERAL PROVISION 1412.05: Fire Protection Fire protection and handling of flammables provided 1413 EXCAVATION 1414 SCAFFOLDING 1415 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 1416 PLANT & EQUIPMENT

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REMARKS

1417 DEMOLITION
1418 MECHANICAL DEMOLITION 1419 EXPLOSIVES

TYPES OF SAFETY INSPECTIONAS (DOLE)


1. Technical Safety Inspection - refers to inspection for the purpose of safety determination of boilers, pressure vessels, internal combustion engines, electrical installations, elevators, hoisting equipment and other mechanical equipment
2. General Safety Inspection - refers to inspection of the work environment, location of machinery, adequacy of work space, ventilation, lighting, handling, storage, protection facilities, and those not covered by technical inspection

HAZARD PRIORITY Class A Total Disability, loss of equipment Class B Partial disability, interruptive mechanical failure Class C Minor injury, non-disruptive equipment failure