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JOB SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS / WORK METHOD STATEMENT WORKSHEET

Workplace / Area: TSJ Borouge 3- LDPE Area THIS JSEA COVERS: Casting of Blinding Concrete

Part 1
JSEA No

JSEA -KCE 0013 Rev L2

JSEA Team (Attach separate sheet if


required)

REVIEWED BY TSJ :
(Client if applicable)

DATE: DATE: 18 May 2011

REVIEWED BY:
(Team Leader/Supervisor)

Josefito Abendan

Type of Permit Required: (please indicate by ticking)


Hot Work Confined Space Excavation / Penetration Electrical Radiography Working over Water Other _______________

Type of Isolation Required: (please indicate by ticking)


Electrical Mechanical Manual Valves Pneumatics Chemicals High Voltage Hydraulic Liquids

PPE Required: (please indicate by ticking)


Safety Glasses Chemical Goggles Face shield Dust Masks Ear Protection Coveralls

Equipment Required: (please indicate by ticking) Barricading/Signs


Electrical Earth Leakage Unit Fire Extinguisher Lifting Equipment Excavator, Roller Compactor Vibrator

Gloves
Safety Harness

Respirator Disposable Overalls Vapor masks

Cold work_______________

Potential Environmental Hazards


This item requires continual review to include the specific area or activities requirements. Please Tick Box

Hazardous Materials / Substances


(List any hazardous materials to be used or present in the work Area. Attach an MSDS for each)

Manual Handling
Will Hazardous manual Handling be possible during the job? E.G. Lifting, pushing, pulling, Twisting or bending? If so tick the box that most likely describes the manual handling risk and include the code on each JSEA Job step.

Air Pollution (dust, fumes) Hazard to Flora or Fauna Noise (plant & equipment) Spills to drains / waterways Spills to ground Soil Erosion

NONE MH1 MH2 MH3 MH4 MH5

The task is likely to cause fatigue or soreness due to its long duration Environmental factors are likely to increase the chance of injury. Awkward posture or movements.

JOB SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS / WORK METHOD STATEMENT WORKSHEET


STEP NO. 1 JOB STEP POTENTIAL HAZARD
Risk L,M,S or H

Part-2

REQUIRED HAZARD CONTROL


L,M,S or H

Responsible Person

Access to Work Place

1.1 Moving Vehicle Around the site


Struct by Vehicle Collision with other plant vehicle / Equipment Falling of loads Personnel Injury

1.1.1 1.1.2

1.1.3

1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6

1.1.7

All drivers shall have valid UAE driving License All vehicles to be roadworthy conditions and drivers to have correct PPE as per site requirements. Vehicles to be fitted with reverse alarm Materials arriving to site will be checked to ensure load is secure Vehicle shall adhere to the 20 KPH maximum speed limit on site A high level of personal awareness is required from all employees while transiting around the site Use of High visibility Vez

Supervisors

Survey Works

2.1 Moving Vehicle around the site.


Workers struck by Operative not seen by the Driver

2.1.1 2.1.2

Install Speed Limit Sign (20kph) High level of personal awareness while working / inspecting around the site. Wearing High Visibility Vest while onsite Insure to conduct TBT / STARRT prior to start the activities All workers shall receive basic training in Manual Handling Technique (Kinetic Lifting Method). Where possible, Manual Handling will be removed and will be undertaken by Mechanical means. Where possible, Redesign task to reduce the need for stooping,

L
2.1.3

Supervisors

Installation of Timber and Polyethylene Sheet(for slab on grade flooring)

3.1 Manual Handling Crushing injury Crushing injury. Spinal disc compression. Torn ligaments. Joint dislocation. Muscle strain. Hernias. Fracture, cuts, burn.

3.1.1 3.1.2

M
3.1.3

Supervisors

3.1.4

twisting or overreaching. 3.1.5 3.1.6 Ensure safe working environmental condition. Selection of right personnel to do the job Ensure to provide rebar cap protection or cover all sharp edges with Softener Close-supervision & monitoring system Installation of Barricade and Safety Signage. Ensure daily TBT / STARRT shall be conducted prior to start activities. All Operators & Equipments shall rd have a valid 3 Party Certificates. All operating equipments within the working area shall have a designated Banks man at all times. Wearing of High-Visibility Vest shall be mandatory during nightshift working activities. High-Degree of CloseSupervision by the Supervisor-InCharge shall be maintained. Ensure proper/standard coordination/hand signal between the operator & bank man. Portable Radios shall be provided if necessary. Proper Barricades System & Safety Signboards installation. Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) shall be explained properly to the operatives during the daily TBT / STARRT Copy of MSDS shall be posted onsite and another copy shall be forwarded to the Clients Emergency Nurse for COSHH

3.2 Protruding Rebar bench Marking/ Sharp Edges

3.2.1

Tripping / Slipping Foot and Body Injuries

3.2.2 3.2.3

Supervisors

Concrete Pouring (Blinding)

4.1 Operating Concrete Mixer


Personnel Struck-by, Collision or Caught-InBetween. Equipment Failure. Overturning. Property Damaged. Miscommunication. Unauthorized Entry.

4.1.1

4.1.2 4.1.3

4.1.4

H
4.1.5

Supervisors

4.1.6

4.1.7

4.2 Cement & Chemicals:


Eye & Skin Irritations. Dermatitis. Concrete & Chemical Burns. Concrete & Chemical

4.2.1

4.2.2

Supervisors

Splash. 4.2.3

4.2.4

reference. Ensure to wear the required PPEs such as Wellington Boots; Rubber Gloves; Safety Glass; Face Shield & Coveralls to avoid contact of concrete & chemicals. Eye wash station to be provided on site Isolation - Safety Signages & Barricades. Close supervision & monitoring. Proper Housekeeping of tools/equipments after use. HEAT STRESS Information & Prevention Drive shall be conducted. Provision of Rest Shelter(s) & Industrial Fan(s). Provision of Cold Drinking Water Station & Electrolyte Drinks Close-Supervision & Workers Buddy System. Administrative Controls/Work Rotation System shall be implemented. Ensure proper waste disposal and segregation wearing of the required PPE. Ensure to secure and stacked materials to avoid fall or thrown by the wind. Ensure to conduct proper tools / materials inventory and storage system

4.3 Unauthorized Entry:


Theft / Property Loss Tripping & Slipping Struck by

4.3.1

4.3.2 4.3.3

Supervisors

4.4 Extreme Hot Weather Condition:

4.4.1

Heat Stress. Dehydration Sunstroke

4.4.2

4.4.3 4.4.4

Supervisors

Clean up Activities

5.1 Accumulate Waste and Debris Obstruction Space congestion. ripping, Slipping. Dust and flying particles. Loss tools / materials

5.1.1 5.1.2

5.1.3

Supervisors

5.1.4