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Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 1 Fabrication of pipes in a workshop 31/08/06

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

31/08/06

Next Review Date

30/08/09

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard

Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Control Measure Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Arrange material to workshop trailer

-Pipe falling -Pinch point -Finger injury

-Fatal -Facture -Crush injury -Bodily injury -Damage property Fracture / Crush

-Wedges & side stopper -PPE

5 3

2 3

H M

-Extra chain/belt to secure -Crowbar to be used -Tag line -

Lifting Supervisor Lifting Supervisor

Cutting of pipe

Fire hazard

Falling object

-Clearing of Combustible material -H/W tools check -PTW -Tool box meeting

-Deny entry to unauthorized person -Using of LIG -Education/ Enforcement -

Workshop Engineer

Physical injury 3 Grinding of pipe edge (Electrical) Bodily injury

-Eye injury -Burnt -For particle in eyes -Accidentally cut

PPE -PPE; ear & eye protection

2 2

3 2

M L

-PPE; glove -Grinder guard

Using of both hands to grind -Rolling down of sleeves

Workshop Engineer

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard

Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Control Measure Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity 2

Likelihood

Risk Level

Continue from 3 4 Fit and weld

Electrical hazard

-Electrocution

-Monthly Inspection -Cable routing on S Hook / Cable Rack / Housekeeping -Limited to 2 pound hammer

Physical Injury

Fracture and crush injury of Finger Defective cable

-Physical check of Workshop Engineer tools daily -Change to pneumatic tools Workshop Engineer -Education; -Tool-box meeting -Anti-slip handle grip -Periodic month; -Daily check Workshop Engineer

Electrocuted Electrical hazard 440V

-Inspection tag -PTW -Shock preventor

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 2

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

Table 2 Members 31/08/06

Installation of sounding pipe inside Tank 31/08/06 Next Review Date 30/08/09

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard

Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Control Measure Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Pre-inspection / marking

Asphyxiation

Faint, lack of oxygen, overcome by gas

-Valid entry permit -Portable gas detector (working condition, calibrated, competent user) Buddy system -Dual badge system -Highlight in VSCC meeting -Adapt 3 point contact while climbing ladder -Wear rubber boots

Falling / Tripping hazard

-Fatal due to falling

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Pre-inspection before entry by Supervisor Ensure badges displayed properly at entrance - Daily briefing - Ensure lighting installed properly (adequate -Briefing to workers -Pre-check

Supervisor

Supervisor

Fire Explosion Hit by object

Fatal Injury cause by falling object, hit by structure

Only explosion proof lighting can be use Proper PPE (safety helmet)

5 3

1 1

M L

Supervisor Supervisor

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard

Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Control Measure Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Fabrication of pipe spool on deck

Fire explosion

Fatal accident

-Pinch points -Sharp edge -Flying of objects -Burnt -Tripping hazard

-Hand/Finger injuries Hand / finger injuries Eye Injury Burnt injuries on hand Sprained or bruises. Fatal accident

-Valid hotwork permit -Qualified fire watch with working fire extinguisher/hose -Valid inspection tag -Maintain communication among co workers -Leather gloves -Eye protection (safety goggles) -Long sleeve with leather glove / foot protection -Housekeeping, passageway clear -Valid hotwork permit -Qualified fire watch with working fire extinguisher/hose -Valid inspection tag Standby watchman at tank bottom -Covered up the hole -Valid hotwork permit -Qualified fire watch with working fire extinguisher/hose -Valid inspection tag

Pre-check by supervisor Pre check

Supervisor

3 3 4 3 3

1 1 1 1 1

L L l L L

Supervisor

To cut pipe penetration on main deck

Fire explosion

Pre-check by supervisor

Supervisor

-Falling Tripping hazard 4 To weld doubler plate on tank bottom Fire explosion

Injury caused by falling object Sprained ankle Fatal accident

2 3 5

2 1 1

L L M Pre-check by supervisor

Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard

Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Control Measure Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Asphyxiation

Faint, lack of oxygen, overcome by gas

-Valid entry permit -Portable gas detector (working condition, calibrated, competent user) Buddy system -Dual badge system -Highlight in VSCC meeting -Valid inspection tag -No damaged cable -Wear leather glove and boots -Condition dry (clothes dry) 5

Severity 1

Likelihood M

Risk Level

Pre-inspection before entry by Supervisor Ensure badges displayed properly at entrance -Pre-check by holder -Supervisor conduct tool-box meeting -Briefing to workers -Ensure coworkers can talk common language

Supervisor

Electrical

Electrocution from exposed cables, damaged cable, wet clothes, condition

Holder Supervisor

To lower pipe to tank

-Struck by

-Fatal injuries from falling object

-Maintain communication

5 2

1 2

M L

Supervisor

Cut against

Finger injuries

Leather gloves -Remove sharp edge

Install pipe (bottom to top)

-Falling

-Scaffold defect

-Valid Ok Tag -No modification to scaffold

Check on scaffold before use

Supervisor

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard

Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Control Measure Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Housekeeping

-Falling

-Injuries caused by falling object

-Contain rubbish bag -Secure all tools

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 3 Installation of drain line below helipad

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

Superintendent (31/08/06)

Next Review Date

31/08/09

1. No. Task Step

Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity 5 2 Likelihood H Risk Level

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Scaffold erection

Falling from heights

Fatal injury

Erection only done by trained scaffold Use of fall protection deivces (harness, etc.) Wearing hand glove and beware of pinch point. Ensure no over loading and appropriate lifting gears -Wear hand gloves -Secure properly of bundle of pipes -Beware of pinch point -Use proper lifting gears -Selection of appropriate belts & chain blocks -Proper secure points of chain block -Ensure to wear body harness and hang on secure place

Check thoroughly the scaffold before assign to workers Pre job briefing in morning

Supervisor of piping and as well as Scaffolding Supervisor Piping Supervisor and Lifting Supervisor

Companys SMS and work procedures Companys SMS and work procedures

Collection and mobilization of materials from workshop include tools Lifting of spools using yard cranes

Hand injury and Fall objects

Hand hit by falling of material

-Caught In between

-Hand injury

Transfer the tools and spool to install. Location by chain blocks

Falling

Injury from falling

-Competent & trained person to do rigging -Check & inspect of belts condition (keep clear of lifting area) Barricade the area & display no entry sign

Lifting Supervisor

Companys SMS and work procedures

Piping Supervisor

Companys SMS and work procedures

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

1. No. Task Step

Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity 3 2 Likelihood M Risk Level

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Installation of pipe & pipes supports follow by welding

Caught in Between

Finger injury

-Beware of pinch point -Wear of gloves -Proper tools box to be used -Provide fire cloth -Ensure fire watch man -Immediately remove excess materials, tools and proper housekeeping

Piping Supervisor

Companys SMS and work procedures

Removal of tools and left over materials and housekeeping

-Falling objects from height

Injury caused by falling object

Piping Supervisor

Companys SMS and work procedures

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 4

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

Babu (Supervisor) 31/08/06

Installation of PVC Pipes in Accommodation Quarters Leo (Section Manager) Piping 31/08/06 1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk 2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity Likelihood Risk Level Next Review Date 31/08/09

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Followup Date)

Reference Document for Reference

No.

Task Step

Identify the PVC pipe spool to be install at the location Selection of proper tools and equipments Installation of pipe support

Slipped and fall

Sprained injury & brusies

Maintain good housekeeping

Nil

Nil

2 3

Flying objects Fire

Finger and eye injury -Personal injury due to burnt

Tool inspected and in good condition -Firewatch man present -Fire protection a) Fire cloth b) Fire extinguisher Follow safe work procedure -Proper PPE -MSDS Use the correct tool

2 3

2 2

L M

Nil More frequent inspection

Nil Supervisor Safety

4 5 6

Laying of pipe Bonding of pipe Clamping of PVC pipe

Falling object Chemical hazard Caught in between

Bidy hit by falling object -Skin irritation Finger injury

2 2 2

2 2 1

L L L

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Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 6

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

31/08/2006

Removal and replacement of portable hot water pipes in accommodation quarters. Size ? Next Review Date 2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity Likelihood Risk Level 3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Follow-up Date) Reference Document for Reference

1. Hazard Identification No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-atrisk

-Working at height Contact with insulation Remove pipe -Falling object insulation Working at height Contact with insulation Dismantle bolt -Contact with nut and clamp hot water Strike by hammer Shift out pipe -Caught in between

Remove of ceiling panel for access

-Falling object -Hit by object Body injury Skin irritation -Hit by object Body injury Skin irritation -Burn Finger injury

-Cordon off Proper platform Protective clothing -Cordon off Proper platform Protective clothing -Shut off system -Drain the system -Use proper tools -Use chisel with cap -Hand gloves -Adequate lighting -Use hand gloves -Use mechanical handling of pipe

2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 3

L L L L L L L M -Close supervision -Immediate Supervisor

-Finger injury

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1. Hazard Identification No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-atrisk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity Likelihood Risk Level

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Transport to workshop

-Forklift operation

-Struck by -Qualified operator moving vehicle -Forklift checklist -Observe speed limit Object slip from fork -Fire -Secure object by web sling PTW system Valid hotwork tools

-Periodic safety induction by forklift supervisor

-Safety section

Fabricate pipe in workshop

-Loose material -Hotwork

2 3

2 1

L L

Electrocution Flying particles Radiation Strike by 7 Transport back the pipe to ship -Forklift operation -Loose material -Contact with hot water

Box up pipe

-Proper insulation of electrical tools -Ensure body not wet Eye injury Eye protection -Proper eye protection Arc Eye Eye protection -Proper eye protection Finger injury Proper tools -Hand gloves -Struck by -Qualified operator moving vehicle -Forklift checklist -Observe speed limit -Object slip -Secure object by web from fork sling -Burn -Shut off system -Drain the system

Burn

3 3 2 3 4 4 3

1 2 2 2 2 2 1

L M L M M M L

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1. Hazard Identification No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-atrisk -Finger injury

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity 3 Likelihood 3 Risk Level M

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Follow-up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

-Strike by hammer 9 10 System test Box up Insulation -Slip and Trip -Falling object Falling from height Contact with insulation

-Body injury Hit by object Body injury Skin irritation

-Use proper tools -Use chisel with cap -Hand gloves -Adequate lighting -Cordon off -House keeping -Warning Sign -Cordon off Proper platform Protective clothing

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

1 L L L

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Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 7

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

31/08/2006

Removal of Exhaust Pipes from Engine Room Next Review Date

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity 1

Likelihood

Risk Level

Removal of Insulation from Existing Pipes

-Falling Health

-Falling from height -Falling objects -

-Highlighted in VSCC meeting -Certified working platform (OK Tag) -Do no keep any loose materials on scaffolds -Proper briefing to employees on the activity -Provision of PPEs

Inhalation of fiber particles

Proper securing of pipe

-Falling

-Falling from heights

Caught in between 3 Removal of bolt and nuts (cold works) -Falling

-Finger/hand injuries -Falling from height -

-Using of certified lifting gears -Liaise with vessels C/E to ensure the strength of securing point -PPEs -Using proper tools and equipments -Safe work platform -Highlighted in VSCC -PPEs - Proper tools

-Proper supervision and monitoring of workers throughout work process -Proper supervision and monitoring of workers throughout work process -Close monitoring and supervision of work force -Close monitoring and supervision of work force -Close monitoring and supervision of work force -Close monitoring and supervision of work force

-Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor

-Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor

-Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor -Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor -Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor

4 4

1 1

m M

Strike against

Hand/finger injuries

-Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity 1

Likelihood

Risk Level

Shifting and lifting of pipes from engine room

-Falling -Injuries Caught in between

-Falling from height -Falling object Hand/finger injuries

-Certified lifting gears -Deployment of qualified riggers and signalmen -Proper briefing to workers on the activity -Provision of PPEs

-Close monitoring and supervision of work force -Close monitoring and supervision of work force

-Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor -Piping Supervisor -Contracts Supervisor

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 9 Marine Piping Specialists

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

KM Chua

Repair of pipe joint that failed radiography test (Workshop 4 XS) 31/08/06 Next Review Date

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Gouge out weldment

Fire Electrical Radiation

-Fire -Electrocution Arc eye (worker) -Fire

-Permit to work system -Provision of fire extinguishing tools/ fire prevention tools Periodic checking of electrical tools PPE -Permit to work system

3 5 2 3

3 1 3 3

M M M M

-Clear work area of combustible material Daily pre-use checks Morning pre-job briefing. Constant reminder and enforcement of safety rules Constant reminder and enforcement of safety rules Morning pre-job briefing. Clear work area of combustible material -Barricade -Signboard informing passersby

Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor

Edge preparation beveling

-Flying sparks

Strike by sharp object. 4 Fit and joint realignment Caught in between Strike by flying particles Fire

Finger/hand/ face injury Finger injuries Fire (worker & environment) Burnt injuries on hand

PPE, such as face shield, hand glove glass -Use the correct tools - Use of PPE (safety gloves) -Permit to work -Provision of fire extinguisher/ prevention system -Use of PPE -Provision of ample space for heating

Supervisor

2 3 3

3 3 3

M M M

Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor

Preheating using heating torch

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Welding

Strike by flying particles

-Fire

-Use of proper PPE a) Welding masks b) Welding gloves -Proper ventilation -Permit to work system -Safety rules Periodic checking of electrical tools Use of proper PPE Welding shield

3 5 2 3 5 2

3 1 3 2 1 3

M M M M M M

-Signboard informing passersby -Barricade covered with firecloth

Supervisor

Electrical Radiation

Electrocution Arc Eye

Supervisor Remind in the orning pre-job briefing. Use forced ventilation -Signboard informing passersby -Barricade covered with firecloth Remind in the orning pre-job briefing. Supervisor

-Metal fume 7 Surface powerbrushing grinding -Stike by flying particles

Metal fever -Fire (worker)

Use of proper PPE - Welding masks -Use of proper PPE a) Dust mask b) Face shield Supervisor -Use of proper PPE -Dust mask

3 3

2 3

M M

Supervisor Supervisor

Dust

-Dust Inhalation

Supervisor

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Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 10

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

31/08/06

Renewal of high pressure hydraulic pipes from main deck (4 dia) PJM Next Review Date 30/08/09

1. Hazard Identification No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity Likelihood Risk Level

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Followup Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Dismantling of pipes in sequence

Strike by object -Falling hazard

Finger injury Body injury

Correct tools and work procedure Proper work platform

2 2

3 3

M M

Morning pre-job briefing Morning pre-job briefing

Supervisor Foreman Supervisor Foreman

Nil

Transportation of pipes from main deck to the quay side by the shore crane Transport pipes from quay side to workshop Collect back the newly fab pipe from workshop

Strike by falling object

Injury caused by falling object

-Use tag line -Qualified signalmen -Proper lashing/rigging -Validity of lifting belts, SWL -Proper lashing of the pipes -Qualified forklift driver

Inform worker to clear off from the suspended load

Lifting Supervisor Foreman

Nil

-Toppling of pipes from forklift Falling object hazard

Injuries caused by toppling pipes

Pre-check by supervisor

Forklift Driver Supervisor Foreman Lifting Supervisor Foreman

Checklist for the forklift

Injury caused by falling object

-Use tag line -Qualified signalmen -Proper lashing -Validity of lifting belts, SWL

Inform worker to clear off from the suspended load

Nil

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

1. Hazard Identification No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control Severity 3 2 Likelihood M Risk Level

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Control Measure Action Officer Followup Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Transport the pipes from Quayside to on board

Falling object

Injury caused by falling object

-Use tag line -Qualified signalmen -Proper lashing -Validity of lifting belts, SWL Use correct tools

Inform worker to clear off from the suspended load

Lifting Supervisor Foreman

Nil

To install back the pipe in position

Caught in between -Falling hazard

Finger injury Bruise over body

Morning briefing tpo tell work

Supervisor Foreman

Nil

Line check by visual inspection

-Chemical -Physical -Tripping

-Sprain his leg and fall

-Conduct check tightening of bolt and rink

Nil

Supervisor Foreman

Nil

Return ? the permit to safety ?

-Remove permit before completing the job

Nil

Ensure permit expiry

Nil

Supervisor Foreman

Nil

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

Company Task Approved By (Date)

Group 11

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM Conducted By (Date)

31/08/06

Hydrotest Of Hydraulic Lines At 3000psi Pipe Renewal Maindeck Next Review Date

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity 2

Likelihood

Risk Level

Equipment preparation

Caught between

Finger Injury

-LOTO system info c/e VSCC meeting (permit to work) -PPE -Certified testing equipment -Briefing of hydroblasting to worker by respective supervisor

Supervisor

Transport from store to berth by lorry

-Falling object Road accident

Injury caused by falling object Hit by forklift Hand & finger injury Injury caused by falling object

-Using pallet or container -Properly secured -Qualified driver -Checklist for vehicle Follow speed limit -Follow lifting procedure - Use proper tools -Qualified crane operator/ lifters Barricade the area affected

Store the equipment near to work site Designate walkways in the yard Pre-lifting briefing and checks Pre-lifting briefing and checks

Supervisor

5 5 5

2 1 1

H M M

Yard Manager Lifting Supervisor Lifting Supervisor

Lifting by shore crane

Caught in between Falling object

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

Set up the testing equipment

Caught in between Electrical hazard -Oil spillage Fire hazard Strike by Caught in between -Oil spill

Finger injury Electrocution

Proper tools and PPE -Lock out and tack out -Safety signboards (High Pressure Testing in Progress) -To follow safe work procedure -Oil collect container -Oil absorbent sheet Permit to work Proper tools To follow safe work procedure in blanking of pipes -Oil collect container -Oil absorbent sheet -Sign board -Barricade testing area -PPE -Sign board -Barricade testing area -PPE Checking on 2500psi

2 5

1 1

L M

Pre-lifting briefing and checks Pre-job briefing and checks -Firewatch man -Immediate cleaning Supervisor

Dismantling of existing hydraulic pipe Blanking of pipe ends & hook up to pump

Injury due to fall by slippery griunds Fire Finger injury Finger injury Injury from slipping Eye injuries during leak Eye injuries during leak Body injury

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1 1 1 1 1 2 2

L L L L L M M

7 8

Filing the water of hydro test pipe line (150psi) Checking of increasing of hydrotest (750psi) Increasing pressure slowly from 750 to 3000 psi Release pressure slowly

Overfill Leakage the joint pipe -Pipe burst -Flooding High pressure water

Check pressure in the pipe Check joints for leakage. -Check pressure in the pipe -Check joints for leakage.

10

Body injury

Follow safe working procedure

Association of Singapore Marine Industries

No.

Task Step

1. Hazard Identification Hazard Possible Accident/III Health & Persons-at-risk

2. Risk Evaluation Existing Risk Control

3. Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer FollowControl Measure up Date)

Reference Document for Reference

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level

11

Dismantling of the testing connections, equipment Housekeeping of the testing area

Strike by objects

Hand & finger injuries

-Follow safe working procedure -PPE

12

Strike by objects

Finger injuries

PPE

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RISK MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE FUND RISK MANAGEMENT COURSE RISK ASSESSMENT WORKSHOPS AND GUIDELINES ______________________________________________________________________________________

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RISK MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE FUND ASMI is one of the Risk Management Assistance Fund (RMAF) agents appointed by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) to promote, process and endorse applications for financial assistance for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to conduct risk assessments at workplaces. SMEs can tap onto RMAF to defray the costs of engaging consultants to conduct risk assessments and build in-house capability.

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The $5 million fund was set up by the MOM to help SMEs who do not have the capabilities or resources to implement risk assessment at their workplaces to comply with requirement under the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Act. The Act was implemented on 1 March 2006 to reduce the risks at source by making stakeholders accountable for managing the risks they create and taking reasonably practicable steps to ensure the safety and health of workers. With effect from 1 September 2006, all workplaces are required to implement comprehensive risk assessment
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for work processes, with detailed plans to reduce or minimise workplace safety and health risk at source, where reasonably practicable. RMAF will co-fund eligible companies up to 70% of the consultancy cost incurred for approved projects, up to a maximum of $7,500. It will cover training-led consultancy projects to help companies identify risks at the workplace and suggest solutions to address these risks. The funding will not cover the cost of implementing the solutions. The consultancy must be undertaken by Approved Risk Consultants certified by MOM. To apply for the RMAF, the applicant must fulfil the following criteria: Is a registered factory and or company covered under the WSH Act Has 200 or less employees (including administrative staff) Has not received any funding for risk assessment previously Has at least two managerial or supervisory staff who have attended a recognised Risk Management Course conducted by an Accredited Training Provider Interested companies who meet the eligibility criteria can submit the completed Registration Form to ASMI. For enquiries or clarifications, please contact ASMI Secretariat at Tel: 6872 0030.
For more information on RMAF, please go to Risk Management Assistance Fund of MOM. For the list of Accredited Training Providers. For the list of MOM certified Approved Risk Consultants. To learn more about the WSH Act, please visit Workplace Safety and Health Act of MOM.

RISK MANAGEMENT COURSE ASMI organised Risk Management Course (RMC) for members in the marine industry. The 2-day Ministry of Manpower (MOM) - approved Risk Management Course is conducted by MOM Accredited Training Providers. The course is targeted at managers and supervisors in the marine industry. For more information on the Risk Management Course organized by ASMI, please download RMC Course Brochure. To register for the course organized by ASMI, please download the RMC Application Form.

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RISK ASSESSMENT WORKSHOPS AND GUIDELINES


In an all out effort to instil a safety culture in the shipyards and to assist marine companies to implement risk assessment (RA) at their workplace, ASMI and the Ministry of Manpower jointly organised a series of RA workshops for the industry. Eight key marine trades were identified for the trade specific RA workshops. These eight trades were: Scaffolding Tank Cleaning Steel Work Painting and Blasting Electrical Work Piping Transporting

Participants in the workshop were organised in groups and tasked to identify work processes of the trade and mapped out tasks involved in these processes. They also had to discuss and analyse the hazards, likelihood and severity of the risks involved and propose risk control measures for the various tasks. The workshops were conducted between March to November 2006. Each workshop was championed by one of the major shipyards, and led by a Chief Facilitator from the leading yard and supported by a team of senior safety and trade personnel for eight shipyards as group facilitators. Officers from MOM also assisted in the facilitation of the groups. From the various workshops, risk matrices and templates were drawn up by the participants working in groups. The following RA templates derived from the workshops (which may not be sufficient or comprehensive) are available for reference only as sample formats.

RA Template for Scaffolding RA Template for Tank Cleaning RA Template for Steel Work RA Template for Painting and Blasting RA Template for Mechanical Work RA Template for Electrical RA Template for Piping

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