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Managing safely v3.

1 project
Introduction
As part of the Managing safely course, you have to complete a project and have it
assessed. You will e e!pected to carry out a ris" assessment ased on your own wor"
environment. You need to record the results on the attached sheets and sumit them for
mar"ing. #o not sumit any additional material in support of your project wor" as only the
si! parts of the A$ project will e assessed. %he project can e word processed or hand
written.
&hen you have completed your wor" you should return it to
%here is a two wee" time limit for the return of the project. Your project must e completed
and returned within
Instructions
'lease read all of the instructions efore starting wor" on your project.
%he project is ro"en down into a numer of parts. 'lease complete each section as
detailed elow.
Part 1 description of the work tasks that are your responsibility
(ecord a rief description of all the wor" tas"s within your wor" environment including)
description*laelled s"etch of the location+s,
people who wor" in or visit the area on a regular asis or from time to time. +%hin"
aout the different groups of people who may e in the area and how often they
may e there.,
permanent and temporary items of e-uipment and sustances
activities carried out within your wor" environment
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The http://www.shields-elearning.co.uk eLearning website using our project
upload facility from the resource entitled:
IOSH MS Project Assessment
(This resource is located below the available examination in the on-line IOSH MS course)
14 days from receiing confirmation from your tutor that you hae passed the
e!amination.
Part 2 a hazard checklist of the location(s)
(ecord a rief description of three location ha/ards that may arise in your wor"
environment. 0or e!ample, car par", stairs, uneven floor. 0or each of these ha/ards please
include)
a description of the location
a description of the ha/ard in relation to the location
the numer and occupation of people who could e affected y the ha/ard in
relation to the location
whether a ris" assessment is recommended
Part 3 a hazard checklist of permanent and/or temporary items of euipment and
substances used in your work en!ironment
(ecord a rief description of three ha/ards that may arise from e-uipment or sustances
used. 0or each of these ha/ards please include)
a description of permanent and*or temporary items of e-uipment and sustances
used
a description of the ha/ard in relation to the e-uipment*sustance
the numer and occupation of people who could e affected y the ha/ard 1 in
relation to the e-uipment*sustance
whether a ris" assessment is recommended
Part " a hazard checklist of the acti!ities carried out within your work en!ironment
(ecord a rief description of three ha/ards that may arise from within your wor"
environment. 0or each of these ha/ards please include)
a description of the wor" activity
a description of the ha/ard in relation to the wor" activity
the numer and occupation of people who could e affected y the ha/ard in
relation to the wor" activity
#ote$ for the purpose of this e%ercise all three acti!ity hazards that you are
assessin& on part " must reuire a risk assessment'
Part ( carryin& out a risk assessment
'lease carry out a ris" assessment on all three of the activity ha/ards you have listed on
part $. 'lease ma"e sure you include)
a description of the wor" activity
a description of the ha/ard, ha/ardous event and e!pected conse-uence in
relation to the wor" activity
the numer and occupation of people affected in relation to the wor" activity
an assessment of ris" +please use the 2 ! 2 matri!, in relation to the wor" activity
#ote$ for the purpose of this e%ercise all three acti!ity hazards that you are
assessin& on part ( must reuire risk controls'
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Part ) risk control recommendations
'lease complete the ris" control form for all three activity ha/ards you have listed on part
2. 'lease ma"e sure you include)
a description of the wor" activity and ris" level from the ris" assessment
e!isting ris" controls
any further ris" controls re-uired 1 in relation to the wor" activity
the residual ris" +please use the 2 ! 2 matri!, 1 in relation to the wor" activity
a description of the type of monitoring re-uired and how often 1 in relation to the
residual ris"
3ote) where you have large numers of ha/ards in your wor" environment you will not
have space to record them all. In these circumstances, select a representative sample of
ha/ards for the purposes of this project and record only these. (ememer that only three
ha/ards are re-uired for parts 4, 3, and $.
5ach part has a ma!imum numer of mar"s which can e awarded and details are given
in the tale elow.
Part *a%imum marks
1 16
4 17
3 17
$ 13
2 38
7 38
+otal 123
*inimum mark )2
0inally, efore returning your project chec" that your name, the end of course date, the
name of your company, the site name and the name of your training provider are recorded
on the first sheet.
'lease also ensure that you sign each sheet to confirm that the wor" you sumit is your
own.
Please note: the small square boxes in the bottom right hand corner of each section
on parts 2 to 6 are for the markers use only.
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Part 1 description of the work tasks that are your
responsibility (continued on the ne%t pa&e)
#elegate name 111111111#nyanraj 'arshramji .hege"ar
9ompany111111111111111111'idilite Industires :td., .ite name1(;#,Andheri+5, Mumai
%raining provider 1111111111 .<5ilds :td,=>
, description/labelled sketch of the location(s)
(;# ?uilding
, description of the people who work in or !isit the area on a re&ular basis
or from time to time and how often they-re there
(;# 'ersonnel) All persons employed directly on (;# permanent pay roll, %echnicians
and e-uivalent staff recruited total 137 3os +Male 143 ; female staff 13 3os,as well as
those providing with direct services such as (;# managers, administrators, and clerical
staff involving such as (esearchers. %hey participate in (;# y performing scientific
and technical tas"s involving the application of product concepts and operational
methods, all staff wor"ing for only day shift 6 <rs per day. %hey carry out synthesis
reactions and isolations in a laoratory environment using sophisticated instruments
such as nuclear magnetic resonance@ gas and li-uid chromatography@ and infrared,
ultraviolet, and visile spectroscopy; <ot water ath etc . Most of the instruments are
computer driven and controlled. Mostly companies develop products that solve
consumer or customer prolems and many of the solutions are ased on organic
molecules. %he (;# 9ertified A<.A. 16888)488B ; I.A 1$888)4881 Moral oligations
involved the protection of employeeCs lives and health. :egal reasons for A.< practices
relate to the preventative, A.< can also reduce employee injury and illness related
costs, including medical care, sic" leave and disaility enefit costs.%he (;# 'rocess
include different polymeri/ation techni-ue such as emulsion, suspension ;
polymerisaiton polymeraisation. A .afety 9ommittee consisting of 18 memers@ 6
memers from management and 4 memers are from non1management staff.
Part 1 description of the work tasks that are your
responsibility
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Mar"s
allocated
Mar"s
allocated
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"tility
#uildin
g
$dmin
%ffice bldg.
&ire 'ump
room
(ain gate for
)ntrance
*+ room
,ehicle park
area
)lct -ub staiton
, description of permanent and temporary pieces of euipment and
substances used in your work en!ironment
:ot of smaller machines li"e mi!ing mill, "neaders, etc. are used. :a glass wares
are used on large scale. :ot of ha/ardous solvents and corrosive chemicals are
handled, although in small -uantities, in ottles, plastic containers, etc<a/ardous
Eas cylinders are secured; used for Eas 9hromatography,
Incompatile chemicals are stored separately. All chemicals are stored y ha/ard
categories rather than alphaetically. 0lammale li-uids e!ceeding more than one
gallon are "ept in safety cans. All containers are securely closed when not in
use.All containers are correctly laeled.9hemical storage areas are ade-uately
ventilated.0lammale li-uid storage areas are free of ignition sources. refrigeration
e-uipment used for storing the matrial ; it is laelled to indicate the suitaility or
unsuitaility for the storage of materials.
, description of the acti!ities carried out within your work en!ironment
(;# processes include) #ifferent polymerisation techni-ues such as emulsion
polymerisation, suspension polymerisation, solution polymerisation.
.ubber based adhesi!es .ynthetic ruer, resins and other additives are
dissolved in solvents, followed y detailed testing of 'hysical parameters li"e
solids F, viscosity, etc. and performance on standard sustrates li"e 'ly,
:aminate, 'G9, etc.
P/0 1ol!ent cements 2 'G9 resins, Additives are dissolved in compatile
solvents, followed y detailed testing of 'hysical parameters of Appearance,
.olids F, viscosity and tensile shear strength on 'G91 'G9 strips, pipe joints,
etc.
,naerobic ,dhesi!es Monomers, Aligomers, etc are formulated along with
additives li"e colouring agents, fillers, accelerators and inhiitors, followed y
detailed testing of 'hysical parameters and performance. %or-ue values are
tested on standard specimens.
3po%y putties (esin 'art and <ardener part 5po!y resin and <ardener is
made in putty form y adding fillers, additives, etc in a "neader.
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Part 2
4azard 0hecklist$ locations(s)
0ompany$ Pidlite 5ndustries ltd'6 7epartment$ .87 1ite name$,ndheri(3) *umbai
7escription of the
location
7escription of the hazard
(in relation to the location)
#umber and occupation of
people affected
(in relation to the location)
.isk assessment
recommended9
(5f no6 please e%plain)
'ar" vehicle area a.%ne Gehicle par"ed near the (;#
uilding e!it it would e difficult for
people during emergency to free escape.
, #riving Automoiles * %ransport y
contract ?us without '=9 certificate ;
5!haust muffler not installed could
cause spar" generation in premises
/0 1os -ecurity always posted near by
parking area
Yes 3o
*+ room $rea 213/4, . a.for -pare *iesel *rum containment not
proided could cause spillage during
transferring the material
b.Mandatory acoustic enclosure*acoustic
treatment of room for stationary #E sets
+2 >GA and aove,
Yes 3o
)lectrical substation area a.)ntrance near gate uneen slipping
tripping ha5ard
b.*isplay board not installed as
restriction for unauthorised person
c.*anger sign with 6igh oltage not
proided at entrance gate.
Yes 3o
+he location(s) you mana&e
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4azard 0hecklist$ euipment and substances
0ompany$ Pidilite 5ndustries ltd 7epartment$ .87 1ite name$ ,ndheri(3) *umbai
7escription of the
euipment/substances
7escription of the hazard
(in relation to the euipment/substance)
#umber and occupation of
people affected
(in relation to the euipment/substance)
.isk assessment
recommended9
(5f no6 please e%plain)
-torage of -amples room
(i!ing of incompatible samples -pillage
7 mi!ing of incompatible samples may
cause chemical reaction leading to injury
or fire ha5ard
08 1os staff working in chemical labs for
8 hrs day
Yes 3o
97* #uilding Lift a. :t is obsered that :f the manual
sensors of lift aren;t working any object
like clothing could become stuck 7
trapped in between the door. (ake sure
that e!isting lift door sensor shall be
conerted mechanical to electronics
sensor for 97* lift.
)ery day < 08 no. -taff using the lift
for 0
nd
7 3
rd
floor lab purpose
Yes 3o
6ot water #ath temp 9T* not
calibrated with digital indicator
Temp calibration not done
*uring reaction could cause e!plosion
due to oer boiled 7thermal burn injury
to 97* =hemist
/0 1os 97* chemist which one always
work near by &uming chambers
Yes 3o
Permanent and temporary pieces of euipment and substances used in the work en!ironment
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4azard 0hecklist$ acti!ities
0ompany$ Pidilite 5ndustries ltd'6 7epartment$ .87 1ite name$ ,ndheri(3) *umbai
7escription of the
:ork acti!ity
7escription of the hazard
(in relation to the work acti!ity)
#umber and occupation of
people affected
(in relation to the work acti!ity)
.isk assessment
recommended9
8$ 3os .caffolding &or"er at
height for 'ainting at (;#
uilding without anchoring life
line
a. :nspection Tag is missing without
inspection>?ualified> person 2i.e.@
someone who is knowledgeable about
scaffold safety. to recogni5e ha5ards
associated with the type of scaffold being
used understands the procedures
necessary to control or minimi5e
those ha5ards.
/4 'eople working on scaffold for
painting purpose.1ear by icinilty /4
1os security person posted at
predetermined place.
Yes 3o
/0 1os Aelder not used flame
arrestor to %!ygen 7 acetylene
hose Aelding work 26ot work.
at *+ shed
a. To aoid back flame to aoid backfire
7 e!plosion back fire flame burn back
into the blow pipe could cause e!plosion
02 nos People one of the employee
always present at DG shed
most at risk are those using
portable and mobile oxy-fuel gas
systems for welding, heating or
cutting purpose ,
Yes 3o
4neader 1o 8 297* . /0 1os.
staff remoing /scraping the
material with bypassing the
interlock system 2limit -wtich.
They are not using the -coop@there is
chances of finger pinch point ha5ard in
kneader screw. :n addition to that they
are bypass the door interlock to aoid
efforts opening 7 closing door. =hemist
are pressing the limit switch until
material reomed keeping the opening
the door . there is pinch point ha5ard.
/0 1os earlier affected by doing this
actiity. -ame might happen injury to
others in future
Yes 3o
Activities carried out within your wor" environment
#ote$ 0or the purpose of this e!ercise, all three activity ha/ards must re-uire a ris" assessment.
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.caffolding
wor"er
Part (
.isk assessment form
0ompany$ Pidilite 5ndustries ;td'6 7epartment$ .87 1ite name$ ,ndheri(3) *umbai
:ork
acti!ity
4azard6 hazardous e!ent and
e%pected conseuence
(in relation to the work acti!ity)
;ikelihood
le!el
0onseuence
le!el
.isk
le!el
<a/ard1 0alling from height
Incompatile wor"s presence
<it y falling ojects
.truc" y falling ojects
4.
Probable
'otential@ the
event might
occur at some
time.
4. Major
Injury,
resulting in
disability
/0 1os
Aelder not
used flame
arrestor to
%!ygen 7
acetylene
6a5ard -back fire flame burn back
into the blow pipe could cause
e!plosion in *+ shed
3.
Possible
'otential@ the
event might
occur at some
time.
3. Injury
Requires,
Doctor's or
Hospital
attendance
4neader
remoing
/scraping the
material with
bypassing the
interlock
6a5ard B'inch injury to finger 7
hand while working on kneader
entanglement ha/ards@ impact ha/ards@
friction and arasion ha/ards wor"
associated with the machine or plant,
for e!ample manual handling causing
injury
3.
Possible
'otential@ the
event might
occur at some
time.
4. Major
Injury,
resulting in
disability
7ate$ +ime$ .e!iew period$ 7ate of ne%t re!iew$
,ssessor-s name$ Position$ 1i&nature$
Yes 3o
Yes 3o
Yes 3o
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#umber$ ?@
>ccupation$
#umber$
>ccupation$
#umber$
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#ote$ 0or the purpose of this e!ercise, all three activity ha/ards must re-uire ris" controls.
,ssessment of risk
(in relation to the work acti!ity) People
affected
(in relation to the work
acti!ity)
,re risk controls
reuired9
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.isk control form
0ompany$ Pidilite 5ndstries ltd 7epartment$ .87 1ite name$ ,ndheri(3) *umbai
:ork acti!ity
and risk le!el
(from risk
assessment form)
3%istin&
risk controls
(in relation to the work
acti!ity)
Probable
;ikelihood
Potential
0onseuence
#ew risk
le!el
<
&ire rope life
line used for
anchoring
purpose to
harness ut
secured properly
5nforce strict and
continuous supervision
9onduct riefing on safe
wor" procedures
*iploy ?ualified 7
competent person
1C
Haard reducing
de!ice such as
"#$ % regulator
pro!ided
=onduct training on
welding /cutting
techni?ues =ommon reiew
methods include workplace
inspection@ consultation@ testing
and analysing
D
Limit switch
deice@ $larm
wouldbe bang if
open the kneder
door.
:t shall be interlock with
motor .
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Areuency$ .are
7ate$ .e!iew period$ 7ate of ne%t re!iew$
,ssessor-s name$ Position$ 1i&nature$
Areuency$.are
Areuency$
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.esidual risk
(in relation to the work acti!ity) Aurther risk
controls reuired
(in relation to the work acti!ity)
7escription of
monitorin& reuired
(in relation to the residual risk)
.isk le!el$
.isk le!el$
.isk le!el$