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ASOLOUVREJV

HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT


PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

Title: RISK ASSESSMENT FOR INSTALLATION OF SPRINKLER SYSTEM.


Item

Hazard

Risk
Assessment
(No Controls)
P

INSTALLATION
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1) Working at height
Scaffolding (mobile/fixed ):
Hazards
Working on incomplete scaffolding.
Working on unbalance scaffolding.

20

Consequences
Falls from scaffold platforms
Materials falling from scaffold platforms
Scaffold collapses.
Plant, vehicles etc. colliding with scaffold.
Scaffold tipping over

2-

Manual Handling :
Hazards

Risk
Assessment
(With Controls)

Controls

15

1. Approved scaffolding shall be used.


2. Temporary scaffold platforms shall be in good condition and a competent
Persons should inspect it prior to the work.
3. Tool box shall be delivered to the operatives before starting up of the Task
4. Dont leave any materials on the platform and dont throw any materials for
the platform.
5. Scaff tag to be in place to state safe for use
6. Access via ladder inside scaffold and through manholes.
7. Dont remove any scaffolding parts.
8. Area safety has to closely monitor all activates at designated area
9. ASO harness policy to be followed as applicable.
10. Close monitoring and supervision.
11. Only competent and trained person should carry out the work
12. Proper PPE (helmet, safety shoes, reflective jacket) and Personal Fall
arrest systems (such as chain block) shall be used.
Additional Control Measure:
Comply with ADM EHSMS CoP 23.0 Work at Heights and 26.0 Scaffolding)

Work in charge need to conduct Start Card Briefing prior to start work.
Select the physically competent workers for shifting , lifting
installing of hangers & supports
Proper lifting techniques must be practiced.

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ASOLOUVREJV
HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

Incorrect manual handling


Consequences
-Personal Injury

-Back Pains
- Poor Site Illumination
-Slips, Trips, or Falling
3-

Use of hand tools :


Hazards
Using Incorrect or damage hand tools
Consequences

15

Use of hand tools can result in personal injury

General impact injuries (stabs, cuts. Abrasions


4-

Portable Hand Tools.


Hazards
Using Improper or damage portable hand tools
Consequences
Eye injury
Injury to hands, feet and body

15

Use of lifting equipment when load is too heavy.


Loads being carried must not obstruct your vision.
Use of suitable personal protective equipment (PPE).
Tool Box Talk (TBT) should be conducted to the work force in a language
understood by all.
Close supervision of the work.
Maintain good housekeeping
Safe access & egress should be provide
Additional Control Measure:
Comply with AD EHS RI - CoP - 14.0 - Manual Handling and Ergonomics
All tools must be checked and found to be fit for use before the operation
All hacksaws must be complete, including frame & handle
Gloves to be worn when using hacksaw
Use vice of similar to hold duct needing to be cut, do not hold with other
hand.
Cordon off the area of activity.
Appropriate PPE comprising hard hats, boots, high visibility vests, safety
eyewear and gloves to be worn by all operatives
Additional Control Measure:
Comply with AD EHS RI - CoP - 8.0 - General Workplace Amenities

All tools provided must be assessed to ensure that they are fit for
purpose, they fit for the environment in which they are to be used and they are in
good condition.
* Visual checks must be completed by operatives on tools prior to their use.
*Tools are required to be suitable for the purpose for which they will be used.
* Eye protection is to be provided and used whenever work is done using cold
chisels, drills, grinders or other tools where there is risk of flying particles or other
or pieces of the tool breaking off.
* Open-bladed knives, screwdrivers, and other sharp tools are to be carried and
used so as not to cause injury to the user or others.

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ASOLOUVREJV
HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

Tripping over tools

5.

DATE: _____18/12/2013____
* Non-ferrous (spark free) tools are to be used in flammable atmospheres.
* Insulated tools must be used where there is a possibility of live electrical work
* All tolls should be kept clear of unnecessary grease, moisture or dirt.
* Any moveable / adjustable parts should be lightly oiled to protect against
corrosion and to prevent wear and misalignment.
Only 110 volt electrical hand power tools will be used
* Sharpening activities must only be carried out by professionals as it is a relatively
skilled job.
* Tools should not be left lying around, they constitute a severe tripping hazard and
they are liable to get damaged.
* Supervisor to monitor hand tools which can deteriorate with time to ensure they
are sharpened or replaced as necessary, and to ensure that the tools are being
used correctly.
* Specific checks should be made as followed:
o Hammer and file handles for deterioration
Open-ended spanners for splayed jaws
Additional Control Measure:
Comply with AD EHS RI - CoP - 35.0 - Portable Power Tools

Manual lifting , Falling material,


Hazards

Follow the safe work procedures of manual handling

Using Incorrect manual lifting and falling material

Adequate supervision required throughout work activities .

technique

The work in charge to select the physical persons for lifting materials .

Consequences

15

Work in charge to ensure that all workforce are briefed properly


regarding the risk and control measurers

Failure will cause hand / finger injuries ,


For heavy materials machinery must be used
cause load to shift or fall result in costly time delays
result in defective equipment being used

Enforce proper securing of the loads with required securing chains and
belts ( chain block should be certified and color coded and belt should be
in good condition and tagged)

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ASOLOUVREJV
HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

cause the load to fall, serious injury or death or


Ensure suitable ground level
property damage , Collapsing loads
Use only properly selected lifting equipment and rigging equipment
suitable to endure the load
Ensure the load is properly secured while shifting lifting and installing
Barricading of safe work area. Placement of safety watchman. Use of guide
ropes.
Adequate safety and warning signages should be displayed at working area
Balance of load.
Pre-use inspection of all equipment.
Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment.
Never throw material, equipment up or down from platform.
Always use proper lifting procedure for the platform.
Ensure proper footing is available all the time
Loads in danger of falling should be moved immediately, commencing from the top
down

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Manual Handling/ shifting operations.


Hazards
Incorrect manual handling

15

Only trained and competent personnel to be deployed on material shifting and


lifting operations.
Proper guidance will be given to workers and close supervision will be done
during shifting or handling of heavy equipment manually.
Materials not to exceed safe working loads of plants & equipments in use.

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ASOLOUVREJV
HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

Use of lifting equipment when load is too heavy.


All lifting gear must be certified.
safety shoe, safety helmet, etc.
All materials must be secured in transit.
Proper lifting techniques must be practiced.
Loads being carried must not obstruct your vision.
Use of suitable personal protective equipment (PPE).
Tool Box Talk (TBT) should be conducted to the work force in a language
understood by all.
Close supervision of the work.
Maintain good housekeeping
safe access & egress should be provide
Pre-use inspections will be done against minimum requirements of regulations and
faulty equipment to be repaired or replaced.
Additional Control Measure:
Comply with AD EHS RI - CoP - 36.0 - Plant and Equipment

Consequences
Risk of getting injuries to working personnel/ damage
of materials by miss-handling of materials or shifting
of heavy items with make-shift arrangement.
Personal Injury
Back Pains
Poor Site Illumination
Slips, Trips, or Falling
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Using equipment
Hazards
Failure to do Pre-use inspection of all equipment.

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

15

Consequences

will cause injuries to persons and / or property


damage
Competent labor

Enforce the use of competent persons only.

Hazards
Failure to Use certificated trained competent labour
and operators only.

15

15

Consequences

cause injuries to employees


Sling of material

Ensure adherence to procedures

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ASOLOUVREJV
HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

Hazards
Failure to ensure Slinging of material:
a. Correct slings.
b. Balance of load

Enforce the use of certified equipment only

consequences

10

Result in injuries or property damage.


Failure to Use certified lifting equipment only
allow the use of faulty equipment causing injuries to
persons and or property damage
Painting

Clearly identifying the items by labeling and posting warning signs .Dangerous
material should be kept out of reach of unauthorized persons
For every chemical there should be separate place of store mixing some chemicals
may cause explosion or fire or erosion
Use of appropriate mask is ensured
Measures taken to suppress any generation of dust on the road and work places by
wetting the area good house keeping

Hazards
Painting without follow MSDS
Consequences
Irritation
Harmful
Inhalation
Ingestion
Dust of material
Inhaling toxic gases

15

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PROMPT ACQUISITION OF MSDS AND PASSING ON THE INFORMATION OF THE


HAZARDS INHERENT TO THE WORKERS SHOULD BE DONE METICULOUSLY AND
DILIGENTLY

Physical injury
Lungs cancer

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Stacking of materials at height


Hazards

1.
2.
3.

Avoid stacking materials at edges of floor slabs.


Criss-cross materials stacked.
Avoid throwing materials down.

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HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

DATE: _____18/12/2013____
Use equipment in shifting materials from higher level to the ground.

Falling Materials and Stacking of Materials at Height


Consequences
1.

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Injury to workers beneath

Use of Machines: Grooving/Threading

1.

Hazards

2.
3.

Incorrect used of Machines


consequences
-Personal injury
- Electrical Hazards
-Spills

12

4.
5.
6.

7.
8.
9.

These machines whether in site or workshop must only be used by trained


and competent persons.
Work areas to be free of obstacles with clear access
Barricade working area of from others to prevent others coming near to
machines/work material
Ensure electrical safety adhered to
Ensure machine fit for use
Ensure areas set up to collect any excess oils/lubricants etc that may be
spilt, drip trays to be in place and used, emptied regularly. Bending in
place where practicable.
Clean up and dispose of waste material in the designated waste bins.
Ensure spill kits are available
Ensure staff are trained in use of spill kits

AD EHS RI - CoP - 36.0 - Plant and Equipment


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Installation of Pipes :

Hazards

Improper installation of pipes.


consequence

15

-Struck or trapped by falling pipes or placement of

Confirmation on approval of supports and their weight loading capacity to


be provided to supervisor by engineer.
Competent and trained persons only to fix hangers, supports and anchors
Means of lifting must be determined before execution of the task,
depending on the weight of the installing material select safe method of
lifting
Lifting equipment must be certified, if crane/mobile plant/chain block
used it must be certified, lifting tackle to be certified, rigger and operator
must have competency certificate and appropriate licenses
For lifting heavy weights use mechanical lifting devices.

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ASOLOUVREJV
HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

PROJECT CODE: P028

pipes by mechanical means resulting in personal injury and potentially death

14-

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

Portable Hand Tools.


Hazards
Using Improper or damage portable hand tools
Consequences
Eye injury
Injury to hands, feet and body
Tripping over tools

15

Do not position yourself between a solid structure that prevents escape


while pipes being lifted
Use gloves for handling the pipes.
Ensure good housekeeping at all times
Appropriate PPE comprising hard hats, boots, high visibility vests, safety eyewear
and gloves to be worn by all operatives
All tools provided must be assessed to ensure that they are fit for
purpose, they fit for the environment in which they are to be used and they are in
good condition.
* Visual checks must be completed by operatives on tools prior to their use.
*Tools are required to be suitable for the purpose for which they will be used.
* Eye protection is to be provided and used whenever work is done using cold
chisels, drills, grinders or other tools where there is risk of flying particles or other
or pieces of the tool breaking off.
* Open-bladed knives, screwdrivers, and other sharp tools are to be carried and
used so as not to cause injury to the user or others.
* Non-ferrous (spark free) tools are to be used in flammable atmospheres.
* Insulated tools must be used where there is a possibility of live electrical work
* All tolls should be kept clear of unnecessary grease, moisture or dirt.
* Any moveable / adjustable parts should be lightly oiled to protect against
corrosion and to prevent wear and misalignment.
Only 110 volt electrical hand power tools will be used
* Sharpening activities must only be carried out by professionals as it is a relatively
skilled job.
* Tools should not be left lying around, they constitute a severe tripping hazard and
they are liable to get damaged.
* Supervisor to monitor hand tools which can deteriorate with time to ensure they
are sharpened or replaced as necessary, and to ensure that the tools are being
used correctly.
* Specific checks should be made as followed:
o Hammer and file handles for deterioration
Open-ended spanners for splayed jaws
Additional Control Measure:
Comply with AD EHS RI - CoP - 35.0 - Portable Power Tools

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HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT
PROJECT NAME: LOUVRE ABU DHABI

5
4
3
2

PROBABILITY
1 every Day operation
1 every Week operating
1 every Month operating
1 every operating Years

1
0

1 every 10 Years operating


Zero Possibility

PROJECT CODE: P028

DATE: _____18/12/2013____

RISK = PROBABILITY X SEVERITY


SEVERITY
Loss of person (s), severe structural or environmental damage
Life threatening, major equipment or operational damage
LTA or serious injuries possible, damage
Non lost time accidents (LTA), damage requiring outside help or
minor delay
First aid, minor equipment damage
No impact upon persons, environment or property
Risk Assessed By:

RISK LEVEL
If Risk Level 15 (High) Significant safety control required, control
measures are required to reduce the risk
If Risk Level is 8 12 (Moderate) High loss of potential, control
measures are required to reduce the risk
If Risk Level 6 (Low) Regarded as acceptable with current
control measures

Date: _______________

(Name & Signature)


Engineer:

Date: _______________

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