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PRESENTATION ON

SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR


BANKUMAN COMMUNITY
HEALTHCARE CENTRE PROJECT

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INTRODUCTION
 Ann NGO is our project management organization
which is a non-governmental organization (NGO)
that seeks to improve the welfare of rural
communities under the poverty line in the areas of
health, education and livelihood.

 We have identified and raised funding for the


Bankuman Community Healthcare Centre which
will serve three communities namely Bankuman,
Acheampong and Ketan communities.
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LOCATION MAP OF THE THREE COMMUNITIES

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MASTER LAYOUT BANKUMAN

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STAKEHOLDERS
Key Stakeholder List
Stakeholder Role
External Stakeholders
IDL Foundation Sponsor

Ministry Of Health Customer

Communities (Bankuman, Acheampong & Ketan) User

Vendors Suppliers of Specialized Equipment

Internal Stakeholders
Originator / Project Management
Ann NGO
Organization
Project Management Team Executor of Project

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STAKEHOLDER REGISTER
Kind of
Main Classificatio
ID Name Role Position Contacts communi Main Expectation
Requirement n
cation
Manages the
Maxwell Project m.soronimpa@gma Project delivery by 2nd
1 Project Manager Any Kind project as well Internal
Soronimpa Manager il.com 0548908765 April, 2019
as its resources
Managing
l.lotsu@annngo.co Project delivery by 2nd Direct the
2 John Paul Fab Originator Director, Ann Email Supporter
m.gh 0244123245 April, 2019 project
NGO
s.polley@annngo.co Project delivery by 2nd Direct the
3 Samuel Polley Originator Project Director Any Kind Supporter
m.gh 0243098765 April, 2019 project
Managing elizabeth.aidoo@idl Project delivery by 2nd
Elizabeth Direct the
4 Sponsor Director, IDL fdn.org Any Kind April, 2019 at not more External
Aidoo project
Foundation 0203475869 than 2,000,000
Representative, larrymarcus@mohg
Larry Komi Monitor and
5 Customer Ministry Of h.com Any Kind User- friendly External
Marcus control
Health 0242869504
Statutory Metropolitan guysalakpi@yahoo. Full compliance with Monitor
Christian Guy
6 Permitting Engineer, Tema com Any Kind design & building compliance External
Salakpi
Authority Metro. Assembly 0242869504 codes with codes
Nene Kingsley Communities
7 User 0244859687 Any Kind Project delivery Monitor Supporter
Cobbold Representative
Design & eaidoo@ddesignco Full compliance with Design &
Edmund
8 Designer Engineering nsult.com Any Kind design & engineering engineering of External
Aidoo
Consultant 0275968794 drawings facility
Representative,
Supplier,
Medical peter.durell@gmail. Full compliance with Supply of
9 Peter Durell Project Email External
Equipment com equipment spec equipment
Equipment
Vendor
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SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
ITEM POTENTIAL SOCIAL IMPACT ISSUES PROPOSED MITIGATION MEASURES
A. Cash compensation to farmers for crops on
affected land, loss of harvest, planting of new farm
lands and for their general inconvience:-
Ϙ Mr. Faruk Manu, 50 years old, Mixed crop farmer
with 1,600sqm, mixed crop farm compensation at
Loss of 4,000 square meter farm 25Ghc per sqm
lands as a result of the access Ϙ Madam Susuana Dodoo, 39 years old, Mixed crop
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road to project site going farmer with 1,400sqm, mixed crop farm
through it compensation at 25Ghc per sqm
Ϙ Nii Atta Ayi, 24 years old, Mixed crop farmer with
1,000sqm, mixed crop farm compensation at 25Ghc
per sqm
B. Relocation of farmers to new farm lands offered by
the chief of Bankuman
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ITEM POTENTIAL SOCIAL IMPACT ISSUES PROPOSED MITIGATION MEASURES

A. Cash compensation to relocate occupiers of


proposed project site and for their general
inconvience. However, those with dwellings will
additionally have their land rent outstanding
transferred to a new land rented for this purpose:-

Ϙ Ms Courage Soka, 40 years old, has 5 dependants,


living in a 100sqm midshift structure with 18months
Loss of dwelling place and land rent outstanding. Relocation and land rental
livelihood as a result of cost are Ghc 2,500 and Ghc 600 respectively.
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demolishing and removal of Ϙ Mr Nkansah Buoadu, 30 years old, has 2
temporary structure dependants, living in a 50sqm midshift structure
with 12months land rent outstanding. Relocation
and land rental cost are Ghc 1,200 and Ghc 350
respectively.
Ϙ Aunty Esi Nyarkoa, 52 years old widow, owns a
10sqm provision store. Relocation cost of Ghc 400
Ϙ Baba Musah, 37 years old , owns a 1.50sqm lotto
kiost. Relocation cost of Ghc 100
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ITEM POTENTIAL SOCIAL IMPACT ISSUES PROPOSED MITIGATION MEASURES

A. Organization of free training of traditional


Reduction in income for
birth attendants to acceptable standards in
3 traditional birth attendants in the
order that they compliment the maternity
three communities
service offered by the healthcare centre.
Potential infection of children in
Bankuman as a result of them
playing and loitering around A. Project originator to incorporate an
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community dump site where incinerator into the project scope.
medical waste is also to be
dumped
Disturbance of Kikam god in the A. Pacification of the gods through the chief
Mpese shrine as a result of the priest by offering 5 white rams, 2 goats, a
5 smoke emanating from the dozen foreign schnapps.
incinerator chimney which is
B. Cash compensation of Ghc 2,000.
within 300m from the shrine
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ITEM POTENTIAL SOCIAL IMPACT ISSUES PROPOSED MITIGATION MEASURES

A. Sensitization of the three communities


on the joint ownership of project. Chiefs
Out-break of social conflict as a
from the three communities to part-take in
result of Bankuman community
sod cutting ceremony and durbar.
alone claiming ownership of
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facility and providing the B. Creating a quota system to employ or
workforce needed for the engage workforce for the project. A quota
project of about 40%, 30% and 30% for
Bankuman, Acheampong and Ketan
communities respectively.
Potential respiratory infections
affecting those living along
Watering of access road thrice a day (that
7 access road as a result of the
is at 9am, 1pm and 5pm).
dusty nature of road during the
construction period
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PROJECT AFFECTED PERSON'S (PAP'S)


1 Madam Susuana Dodoo, 39 years, Mobile no. 0552145698 & Hse No. B23
2 Mr. Faruk Manu, 50 years old, Mobile no. 0242532697 & Hse No. B13
3 Nii Atta Ayi, 24 years old, Mobile no. 0502245618 & Hse No. B20
4 Ms Courage Soka, 40 years old, Mobile no. 0266614566 & Hse No. B22
5 Mr Nkansah Buoadu, 30 years old, Mobile no. 0509635872 & Hse No. B12
6 Baba Musah, 37 years old, Mobile no. 0244145636 & Hse No.B11
7 Aunty Esi Nyarkoa, 52 years old widow, Mobile no. 0233175111 & Hse No.B15
8 Traditional Birth Attendants within the three communities

9 Kikam god represented by the Bankuman chief priest


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PROJECT SAFETY REQUIREMENT
ITEM KIND OF REQUIREMENT REQUIREMENT
Mandatory statutory safety A. Satisfying the Workmen's Compensation Law, 1987
1 requirements (PNDC LAW 187)
B. Satisfying the Labour Act, 2003 (ACT 651). PART XV
Customer safety
2 A. Submission of Monthly Safety Reports
requirements
A. Health, Safety, Security & Environment Policies
B. Welfare Facilities i.e change room, canteen, washroom,
etc
C. Pre and Post Project Medical Report for Employees
D. Safety System of Work / Standard Operating Procedure
(SOP)
E. Safety Key Performance Indicators (KPI's)
F. Engagement of Qualified Employees
G. Rewards and Sanctions Policy
Performing Organisation's (ie
3 Ann NGO) safety H. Trainings i.e fire fighting, firt aid
requirement I. Evacuation & Emergency Plan
J. Health & Safety Audit
K. Fire Fighting Equipments
L. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and First Aid Boxes
M. Health & Safety Coordinator and First Aiders
N. Safety Induction, Safety Meetings and Toolbox Talks
Workers
O. Safety Message Communication
P. Certification of All Site Equipments

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SAFETY HARZARD RISK ANALYSIS
TASK HAZARD CONTROLS DEGREE
(Construction process, activity, IDENTIFICATION (How can the hazard be prevented?) OF RISK
or work element) (What could go wrong and
what would the effect be?)

1. Clearing of Project Site - Reptile Bite - Spray area with reptile repellant a day before starting task Low
(Bush Clearing, Moving - Bodily Injury From - Personnel clearing bush to work at least 2m apart from
out temporary Cutlass each other
structures) - Trapping - Agree a safe system for work (lifting procedure) with the
- Overturning relevant authorities
- Moving Equipment - Ensure all personnel are qualified
- Moving Machinery - Ensure that the crane operator has the correct certificates
Parts - Ensure the crane and all rigging equipment have the
- Struck by Falling correct certificates and visually inspected
Object - Ensure the ground the crane is standing on can take the
load
- Barriers should be used to segregate the area immediately
around the lift from the rest of the site
- Only one person should co-ordinate all operations
- Appropriate PPE should be supplied and worn at all times

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TASK HAZARD CONTROLS DEGREE
(Construction process, activity, IDENTIFICATION (How can the hazard be prevented?) OF RISK
or work element) (What could go wrong and
what would the effect be?)

2. Working With - Trapping - Ensure all personnel are qualified Low


Backhoe - Overturning - Ensure that the crane operator has the correct certificates
- Moving Equipment - Ensure the equipment have the correct certificates and
- Moving Machinery visually inspected
/ Parts - Ensure the ground the crane is standing on can take the
load
- Only one person should co-ordinate all operations
- Appropriate PPE should be supplied and worn at all times
3. Excavation Works - Cave In - Spoil piles will be placed a minimum of 2 feet away from Low

- Struck By the edge of the excavation/trench


- All excavations shall be properly sloped or shielded
- A competent person on site will determine which
method to use and inspect excavations daily
- Stairways, ladders, or ramps shall be located in
excavations or trenches that are more than 4 feet in depth
- Appropriate PPE should be supplied and worn at all
times

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TASK HAZARD CONTROLS DEGREE
(Construction process, activity, (How can the hazard be prevented?) OF RISK
or work element)
IDENTIFICATION
(What could go wrong and
what would the effect be?)
4. Working with - Skin Contact - Adequate PPE should be provided and worn at all times Low
Concrete /Cement
- Inhalation - Comply with material data sheet provided for all
- Manual Handling substances used
-Burns - Never allow concrete to make contact with your skin
- - Ensure work area is well ventilated
Substance/Fumes/D - Always clean area and tools after use
ust - All wash hand after working with concrete or other
substances
5. Manual Handling - Protruding - The use of mechanical handling equipment where ever Medium/
Low
Objects / Parts possible.
- Tripping / Slipping - The correct kinetic techniques.
- Trapping - Tool box talks on the manual handling techniques.
- Flying Particles - The correct personal protective equipment to be used.
- If there is no alternative to manual handling, where ever
possible
- Use more than one person.
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TASK HAZARD CONTROLS DEGREE
(Construction process, activity, (How can the hazard be prevented?) OF RISK
or work element)
IDENTIFICATION
(What could go wrong and
what would the effect be?)
6. Working At Height - Falling - Develop a safe systems of work Medium/
Low
- Tripping / Slipping - Use scaffold or mobile access platforms wherever
- Protruding possible
Objects / Parts - If not possible use full safety harness
- Struck by Falling -Implement good house keeping practices
Object - Use Physical barriers where ever possible to prevent
- Manual Handling people walking below the work area
- Implement regular maintenance procedures for plant
and scaffold
- Provide respiratory equipment if required
7. Portable Electrical - Flying Particles - Training in the safe use of tools for all personnel Medium/
Hand Tools - Moving Machinery Low
/ Parts - Regular inspections and testing of all electrical
- Noise equipment by competent personnel
- Falling
- Regular maintenance of equipment
- Electric Shock
- Vibration - Appropriate PPE should be supplied and worn at all
times
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TASK HAZARD CONTROLS DEGREE
(Construction process, activity, (How can the hazard be prevented?) OF RISK
or work element)
IDENTIFICATION
(What could go wrong and
what would the effect be?)
8. Scaffolding - Falling - All scaffold erected by competent personnel Medium/
Low
- Tripping / Slipping - All scaffold regularly inspected by a competent person
- Protruding - Use scaffold tag system
Objects / Parts - Training to make all personnel aware of the dangers of
working on or around scaffolding
- Manual Handling
- Adequate lighting provided in all areas
- Trapping
- Good housekeeping practices implemented
- Appropriate PPE should be supplied and worn at all
times
- Barrier off area surrounding scaffolding and elevated
platforms to protect pedestrians
9. Hand Painting - Skin Contact - Comply with material data sheet provided for all Low
- Inhalation substances used
- Manual Handling - Adequate storage facility for storing paint and thinners
-Burns - Fire extinguishers (dry powder) positioned at the work
- Flammable face and in the stores
Atmosphere
- Ensure work area is well ventilated.
- Substance/Fumes
- Appropriate PPE should be supplied and worn at all
times
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ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENT

 Noise and Vibration Control


 Solid and Liquid Waste Management Plan
 Air Quality Control
 Utility Line Protection
 Compliance with Municipal Bye-Laws
 Construction Site Management
 Environmental Training / Education

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN
POTENTIAL RESPONSIBLE COST
PROJECT PROPOSED MITIGATION
PHASE ENVIRONMENT PERSON / ESTIMATES
ACTIVITY MEASURE INSTITUTION (GHC)
AL IMPACT

Use of land within the Appropriate clearing


plant construction Damage to techniques (hand clearing, not HSSE
Ghc 1,800
Coordinator
area, and along the vegetation mechanized clearing) will be
access road route utilized

Fertile topsoil will be removed,


stored in an isolated area away
Pre-Construction
from construction activities,
Use of land within the and covered with plastic to
Loss of fertile
plant construction prevent runoff/erosion. Upon HSSE Ghc
topsoil and soil Coordinator 14,000
area, and along the construction completion,
erosion
access road route topsoil will be returned and
the area revegetated with
plants similar to the original
vegetation/native to the area

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POTENTIAL RESPONSIBLE COST
PROPOSED MITIGATION
PHASE PROJECT ACTIVITY ENVIRONMENT PERSON / ESTIMATES
MEASURE INSTITUTION (GHC)
AL IMPACT
Access road will be sprayed
with water, particularly during
Air pollution by hot, dry, windy conditions. HSSE
Ghc 8,000
Coordinator
dust However, When necessary
same will be done for
construction site
Construction works Construction will be confined
to normal work-hours (7AM to
5PM). If construction must be
Construction Noise from HSSE
conducted before/after these Coordinator Ghc 8,000
construction works
hours, local public will be
notified at least one week in
advance.
HSSE
Equipment Operation Equipment Noise Wearing of ear plugs Ghc 500
Coordinator

-Personnel protective
Workers Health and equipment will be used HSSE
General Works Ghc 6,000
Safety (gloves, glasses, safety belts) Coordinator

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THANK YOU

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