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Health, Safety and Environment

(HSE) Training
Composed By: Dawood Ahmed Khan

Supervised By: Rana Atif Ali

 What is safety?
 Why safety is necessary?
 Benefits of Health and Safety program
 Managing safely
 Risk identification
 Risk control &Hierarchy of risk control
 Safe system of work
 Cost of accidents
 Direct cost
 Indirect cost
 Fire, Fire extinguishers
 Some important points
What is Safety?
 Safety means keeping yourself and others free from harm
or danger. It means taking care not to fall or bump or run
into things. It also means to avoid accidents by being
careful with what you are doing.”

Why safety necessary?

 Safety rules are in place to protect the people of our

community. They protect all of us. Many safety regulations
were implemented because of a condition that led to someone
getting seriously injured or killed.

Benefits of health and safety program
may include
 Improvements in productivity
 Better morale
 Safe from hazards and accidents
 More favorable image and reputation of yourself and organization

Managing safely

 Communicate your commitment to Safety and Health Programs

How to accomplish it:

• Communicate the HSE policy to all workers, contractors,
unions, supplier, visitors, customers, etc.

Managing safely

 Define program goals and expectations

How to accomplish it:

• Establish realistic, attainable and measurable goals that
demonstrate progress towards improving safety and health
• Develop safety and health plans

Managing safely

 Allocate Resources
How to accomplish it:
• Integrate safety and health into planning and budgeting
• Allow time in workers schedule for participation

Managing safely

 Expect Performance

How to accomplish it:

• Define and communicate responsibilities and authorities
for accountability
• Set an example for workers by following the same

Risk Identification

 Observe
 Likelihood/ Frequency
 Consequences

Risk control & Hierarchy of risk control

Safe system of works (SSOW)
 Permit to work (PTW)
 Types of permits.
1. General work permit/ cold work permit (Green/ white)
2. Mechanical work permit. (green)
3. Hot work permit (red)
4. Civil work permit (green)
5. Confined space work permit (yellow)
6. Excavation work permit (green)
7. Electrical work permit (blue)
 Tool box talk (TBT)

Cost of Accidents

Direct Cost:

 Medical
 Hospital, and rehabilitation expenses,
 Workers' compensation payments,
 Higher insurance premiums
 Loss of insurability.

Indirect Cost:
 Lost of Productivity or Service Standards.
 Additional Supervision Time and Administrative Costs.
 SEPA Fines.
 Building and/or Vehicle Damage.
 Equipment Damage.
 Product/Material Damage.
 Emergency Supplies.
 Accident Investigation Costs
 Accommodations/Modifications Made for Injured or Potentially
Disabled Worker
 Recruiting, Hiring and Training Replacement Workers
 Loss of Business and Goodwill

Types of fire and fire extinguishers

Some Important points
 Housekeeping is mandatory before starting and closing site work on daily basis.
 Work at height standard applies when you have 2 meter or 6 feet height.
 The gap between ladder steps should not be more than 1 feet.
 When two workers are working (excavating or hammering) minimum distance
between them must be 10 feet.
 A single worker should not allow to pickup more than 20kg of weight.
 While doing hot work activity you must Cardin off the area up to 30feet make the
area wet, remove all combustible material and place a fire extinguisher.
 If the digging pit is more than 5feet it must be a confined space.
 First aid kit inspection, it should not include any medicine which should be take

Thank You