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Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

RA Number

RA01/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation / task :
Location / Area :
Assesor
Persons
responsible

Trial trenches
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA
Project Manager

Activity
Safety
(Documentations)

HILALCO

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :

Hazard
Explosion, Fire,
Underground Services
Damaged/Interrupted

Area clearing
Presence of reptiles,
(bushes,accumulat
rodents etc
ed waste etc)

Risk
Injury,
Services Damage

Severit
Score
y

Risk
level

Use of PPE, use of chemicals as repellant


Injury/poisoning due to (carbolic acid for snakes) [if required],
bites
supervisor to survey the area and then only let
the workmen in for the job.

Fall of pedestrian into


trench.

NOC to be obtained from concerned authorities


[if req]
- Permit to dig system to be followed.
(Initiated by engineer) which defines the
method of excavation and side protection [if
required] based on soil strata.
- Steps will be provided to prevent from cavins.
- Proper identification and marking of services.
- Excavated Soil to be stored away from the
trench minimum 1 meter away.
- Safe Access and ingress to be provided.
PPE

Approved adequate tools/plants shall be used


for trenching.

Ensure barricades/sign board, warning


lights(night), pedestrian crossover bridges and
access points.

Assessors:

HSEA: Syed Rehan


Date :

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Permit to be obtained prior to work commence

Loss/damage to
govt./Private
Fines, reinstating cost,
property(permanent signs, legal issues
markers etc)
Damage to services
Services present in work
(electric
area
shock,flooding)
Fines, Serious Injury
Inadequate height of
benches, inadequate
Collapse of side by
Trenching (manual) slope, stockpiling of
sliding or toppling or
materials along the edge
caving .
of trench, variation in the
soil strata etc.
Injury,
Usage of tools
Services Damage
[electric shock]
Trench in pedestrian
/public area. [If required]

Controls

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Obtain Underground
Services drawing for
references.
Other measures like beat
around the bush to scare
away rodents/reptiles
before letting in people.

All points mentioned in the


permit to be conveyed to
the workforce by the
supervisory staff through
TBT.
Competent supervision all
the time

Reviewed & Approved By:

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Date :

Additional Controls

Senior Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


Date :

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

RA Number

RA04/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation / task
:Location / Area :
Assesor
Persons
responsible

Demolition Works
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA
Project Manager

Activity

Hazard

HILALCO

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :

Risk

Controls

Noc's to be obtained from relevent authorities prior


to work commence.
Underground
All underground services to be located and
identified.
services,
Site Preliminary
Trees,
Warning signboards for underground services to be
placed to warn the workers and operators.
Preprations
Heavy
Equipments,
All underground services to be adequately
protected.
Live Traffic
Area to be adequately barricaded and sign boards
to be placed.
Movement of machineries to be restricted.
Movement of Heavy Movement of workers in the path of machines.
Equipment,
Ensure machineries are not used close to exposed
Heavy
Collusion,
services.
Cutting to
Equipment
Knocking Down,
Work area to be cordened off and well barricaded to
Formation level
Movement of
Run Over by
prevent unauthorized entry.
Pedestrians.
Machineries and
Adequate Warning signages.
Fatal Injuries.
Gangway to be installed for safe pedestrian
crossing. [if required]
Demolishing area to be barricated and protected.
All the Machines should be in good condition.
Collapse of
Both operators & machines should be third party
structure,
certified.
Dust, Noise,
Ensure driver is aware/informed about underground
Minor/Major
Underground
services.
personal injury,
services like,
All the services to be disconnected prior to
Usage of breakers
Property damage,
Electrical lines,
demolition.
for demolition
Damage to
Water
All the workers involved in activity should be
underground
[strom/irrigation]
wearing PPE as well as mask, safety goggles & ear
services.
lines,
plug.
Communication
Intimation to be given to the neighbourhood.
lines etc.
Water tanker to be made available close to the
demolition area to sprinkle water to prevent dust
pollution.
Damage to
underground
services,
Explosion,
Electrocution,
Damage to
Environment,
Property Damage.

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Severit
Score
y

Risk
level

Person
Responsi
ble

Additional
Controls

Adequate Supervision
to be ensured.
Permit system to
strictly followed and
implemented.

Banksman to be
deployed for
controlling the
movement of heavy
equipments.

Tool Box Talks to be


delivered before
starting the activity.
Activity to be carried
out under strict
supervision.
Help of Police to be
taken if requred.

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Transporting of
Material

Movement of
Heavy
Equipment

Collusion with
ongoing traffic,
Damage to
property.

HILALCO
Ensure adequately maintained Entry/Exit point for
vehicles to the work location.
Speed limit to be posted, warning signages to be
fixed [for on going traffic]
Adequate distance to be maintained between the
truck and the Excavator/Back Hoe Loader.
Movement of truck to be restricted by Banksman.
Material to be adequately covered before they
leave the work area.

Assessors:

Reviewed & Approved By:

HSEA: Syed Rehan


Date :

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Date :

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


Date :

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

RA Number

RA01/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation / task :
Location / Area :
Assesor
Persons
responsible

Trial trenches
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA
Project Manager

Activity
Safety
(Documentations)

HILALCO

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :

Hazard
Explosion, Fire,
Underground Services
Damaged/Interrupted

Area clearing
Presence of reptiles,
(bushes,accumulat
rodents etc
ed waste etc)

Risk
Injury,
Services Damage

Severit
Score
y

Risk
level

Use of PPE, use of chemicals as repellant


Injury/poisoning due to (carbolic acid for snakes) [if required],
bites
supervisor to survey the area and then only let
the workmen in for the job.

Fall of pedestrian into


trench.

NOC to be obtained from concerned authorities


[if req]
- Permit to dig system to be followed.
(Initiated by engineer) which defines the
method of excavation and side protection [if
required] based on soil strata.
- Steps will be provided to prevent from cavins.
- Proper identification and marking of services.
- Excavated Soil to be stored away from the
trench minimum 1 meter away.
- Safe Access and ingress to be provided.
PPE

Approved adequate tools/plants shall be used


for trenching.

Ensure barricades/sign board, warning


lights(night), pedestrian crossover bridges and
access points.

Assessors:

HSEA: Syed Rehan


Date :

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Permit to be obtained prior to work commence

Loss/damage to
govt./Private
Fines, reinstating cost,
property(permanent signs, legal issues
markers etc)
Damage to services
Services present in work
(electric
area
shock,flooding)
Fines, Serious Injury
Inadequate height of
benches, inadequate
Collapse of side by
Trenching (manual) slope, stockpiling of
sliding or toppling or
materials along the edge
caving .
of trench, variation in the
soil strata etc.
Injury,
Usage of tools
Services Damage
[electric shock]
Trench in pedestrian
/public area. [If required]

Controls

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Obtain Underground
Services drawing for
references.
Other measures like beat
around the bush to scare
away rodents/reptiles
before letting in people.

All points mentioned in the


permit to be conveyed to
the workforce by the
supervisory staff through
TBT.
Competent supervision all
the time

Reviewed & Approved By:

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Date :

Additional Controls

Senior Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


Date :

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

HILALCO

RA Number

RA02/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation /
task:
Location / Area:
Assesor
Persons
responsible

Survey Works
AD 491
Engineer, Surveyor and HSEA
Project Manager

Activity

Hazard
Uneven ground surface and
other topographical features

Survey Operations

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :

Risk

Controls

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Severit
Score
y

Risk level

Slips Trips and other injuries.

Watch the area before starting the work


and strict attendance of PPE.

Live Road

Road Accidents

Keep proper supervision and plan the


activities, strict adherance to HI-Vi
Safety vest, Educate the workforce
regarding the traffic management.

Adverse climate conditions,


excessive heat and dust
stroms.

Heat Strokes and


unconsciousness, physical
fatigue and stress.

Appropriate PPE, Adequate drinking


water facilities, Adequate intake of fluid
rehydration suppliment.

Manual Handling

Mascular injuries

Follow adequate manual lifting


procedure.

Reptiles, rhodents etc

Snake Bite and Sting, fatality


and personal injuries.

Strict vigilance and monitoring of area


prior to commence any task.
Strict adherance of PPE.

Appropriate PPE.
All protruding rebars shall be protected
with guard/cap.

Protruded rebars and steel pins. Personal Injuries


Assessors:
HSEA: Syed Rehan
Date:

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Madhavan

Additional
Controls

Adequate
supervision and
TBT to the
workforce

Reviewed & Approved By:

Surveyor: Sethu
Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram
Date :

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HILALCO

RA Number

RA03/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation / task :
Location / Area :
Assesor
Persons
responsible

Deep Trench Excavation


AD 491
Engineer and HSEA
Senior Project Manager

Activity

Area clearance
(for Excavation,
Trench)

Hazard

Risk

Known/Unknown
underground existing
services. Obstruction by
existing services. Partially
damaged or lose service
joints.

Explosion, fire, serious,


personal injury,
Machinery damage,
Service damage,
Suspension of works,
fines.

Unsafe placement of
machinery for excavation,
Trench excavation
Inadequate angle of
by machinery
repose, Underground
Height < 1.5 meter services, unsafe access/
ingress movement of
machinery.

Trench excavation
by machinery
Height > 1.5 meter

Inadequate trench wall


support / step height /
slope, existing
underground services,
inadequate trench [side]
protection, inadequate
access, overloading of
trench edges, vibration /
rolling near trenches,
moving parts of
machineries.

Inadequate angle of
repose, Inadequate step
Manual excavation
height, Damage to
close to the existing
underground services,
ducts
inadequate access and
barricade
Employees not visible to
Excavation using
operate or moving
machine
machine.
Assessors:

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :
Controls

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Severit
Score
y

Risk
level

PPE, Fence, Barricade, Warning signs and lights,


NOC from Authorities, Permit to dig by Machinery
from site management, Marking the area [by
surveyors]. Availability of exisiting service drawing.

Barricade, [if required] pedestrian cross over


Trench collapse
bridges, ensuring stable ground for machineries, no
Personal injury / fatality
super imposed load on edges and safe access to
Service damage,
work area. Adequate protection to under ground
caught in between fall.
utilities and exposed cables.

Trench collapse,
explosion,
breakage of waterlines,
fall of operatives and
machinery to trenches.
Slips, trips, fall of
materials, operatives
caught in between
moving parts,
dizziness, serious
injuries, fatalities,
serious damages to
public utilities.

[if required] Adequate side wall protection of


trenches in the form of steps, slope, shoring as per
depth and soil condition.
Protection of services and utilities, Provision of
signs, posts and warning devices. Provisions of
access ladders,
no superimposed load on edges of excavation and
all materials at least one meter from edge of
excavation. Safe width to be maintained between
edge of excavation and plant / machinery fall of
plant / machineries to trench while reverse
movement. Avoid vibration / rolling close to
excavations. Tail swing area of machineries to be
barricaded, [if required] dewatering system to be
installed, maintained and monitored regularly.

Fall, Trench collapse,


Service damage,
Personal injury

Access/ladders, adequate barricade, Permit to dig,


Inspection of trench before starting the activity, (by
PE or SE), warning signages.

An injury to all parts of


Operator must work under close supervision. He
the body and as well as
must inspect the work area prior to commencing
more serious fatal
work.
injuries.

Reviewed & Approved By:

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HILALCO

HSEA: Syed Rehan


Date :

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Date :

Senior Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


Date :

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

HILALCO

ant , Visitors& public


Property

Additional Controls

Tool box talks, permit to


dig system. Daily
inspections, notify
authorities.

Trained personnel,
Adequate supervision
of activities.

Emergency procedure
and stand by to close
gate valves of pressure
lines in case of pipe
breakage.

Trained personnel,
competent supervision.
Supervisor to ensure
operator is following
the signals given by
banksman.

ed By:

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ager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

RA Number

RA04/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation / task
:Location / Area :
Assesor
Persons
responsible

Demolition Works
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA
Project Manager

Activity

Hazard

HILALCO

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :

Risk

Controls

Noc's to be obtained from relevent authorities prior


to work commence.
Underground
All underground services to be located and
identified.
services,
Site Preliminary
Trees,
Warning signboards for underground services to be
placed to warn the workers and operators.
Preprations
Heavy
Equipments,
All underground services to be adequately
protected.
Live Traffic
Area to be adequately barricaded and sign boards
to be placed.
Movement of machineries to be restricted.
Movement of Heavy Movement of workers in the path of machines.
Equipment,
Ensure machineries are not used close to exposed
Heavy
Collusion,
services.
Cutting to
Equipment
Knocking Down,
Work area to be cordened off and well barricaded to
Formation level
Movement of
Run Over by
prevent unauthorized entry.
Pedestrians.
Machineries and
Adequate Warning signages.
Fatal Injuries.
Gangway to be installed for safe pedestrian
crossing. [if required]
Demolishing area to be barricated and protected.
All the Machines should be in good condition.
Collapse of
Both operators & machines should be third party
structure,
certified.
Dust, Noise,
Ensure driver is aware/informed about underground
Minor/Major
Underground
services.
personal injury,
services like,
All the services to be disconnected prior to
Usage of breakers
Property damage,
Electrical lines,
demolition.
for demolition
Damage to
Water
All the workers involved in activity should be
underground
[strom/irrigation]
wearing PPE as well as mask, safety goggles & ear
services.
lines,
plug.
Communication
Intimation to be given to the neighbourhood.
lines etc.
Water tanker to be made available close to the
demolition area to sprinkle water to prevent dust
pollution.
Damage to
underground
services,
Explosion,
Electrocution,
Damage to
Environment,
Property Damage.

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Severit
Score
y

Risk
level

Person
Responsi
ble

Additional
Controls

Adequate Supervision
to be ensured.
Permit system to
strictly followed and
implemented.

Banksman to be
deployed for
controlling the
movement of heavy
equipments.

Tool Box Talks to be


delivered before
starting the activity.
Activity to be carried
out under strict
supervision.
Help of Police to be
taken if requred.

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Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

Transporting of
Material

Movement of
Heavy
Equipment

Collusion with
ongoing traffic,
Damage to
property.

HILALCO
Ensure adequately maintained Entry/Exit point for
vehicles to the work location.
Speed limit to be posted, warning signages to be
fixed [for on going traffic]
Adequate distance to be maintained between the
truck and the Excavator/Back Hoe Loader.
Movement of truck to be restricted by Banksman.
Material to be adequately covered before they
leave the work area.

Assessors:

Reviewed & Approved By:

HSEA: Syed Rehan


Date :

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Date :

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


Date :

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

HILALCO

RA Number

RA05/491 [Rev: 0]

Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area
:
Assesor

Removal of
Trees/Landscaping
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA
Project Manager

Persons
responsible

Activity

Hazard

Risk

Employees at risk :
Other persons at risk :
Property at risk
Comment :

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Controls

Risk Rating
Likely
hood

Risk
level

Additional Controls

2
3
6
M
2
3
6
M
2
3
6
M
Reviewed & Approved By:

Assessors:

HSEA: Syed Rehan


Date :

Severit
Score
y

Engineer: Shahid Abbas


Date :

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


Date :

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Person
Responsi
ble

Akram

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HILALCO

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR ROAD WORKS EXCLUDING ASPHALT


RA Number
Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area :
Assessors
Persons
responsible
Activity

Surface
Prepration for
asphalt laying

Unloading of
Asphlat

RA: 00/491 [Rev: 0]

Traffic Diversion
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA

Employees at risk :
Other persons at
risk :
Property at risk

Sr. Project Manager

Comment :

Hazard

Risk

Controls

Air Compressor, Couplings ans hose


shall be inspected by the concerned
supervisor for defects and single hose
shall be used without extra
Use of
connections.
defective
Depressurize all compressed air
compressor,
before connecting or disconnecting
Ruptured hose.
hoses.
Inadequate
Coupling shall be adequately secured
hose
Personal Injuries, by using clamps and binding wire.
connection,
Property Damage, Nozzle shall be fixed to the hose for
Flying particles, Fire.
carrying out cleaning works.
Accidentally
Whip check shall be used to connect
disconnecting
hose and compressor air outlet end,
of hoses.
which will prevent hose whip in case
Flammable
of accidnetial separation of coupling
material
or clamp device.
A stand by competent person to be
available to operate opening and
closing of valves of the compressor.
Fire extinguisher also to be provided.

Movement of
Truck
Using of
paver
machine with
LPG
Cylinders,

Truck
Colliding/Striking
with
workers/structur
e etc. while
reversing.

Risk Rating
Likely Severit
Risk
Score
hood
y
level

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Additional Controls

All personnel involved in the


activity shall wear adequate PPE,
M
Safety Goggles, Dust Mask and
Ear Plugs.

Residual Risk
Rating

Likely Severit
Score
hood
y

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1
2
2
2
2

3
3
3
3
3

3
6
6
6
6

L
M
M
M
M

1
1
1
1

3
3
3
3

3
3
3
3

Assessors:

HSEA: Syed Rehan

Reviewed & Approved By:

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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HILALCO

Risk
level

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L
L
L
L

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RISK ASSESSMENT FOR DEMOLITION WORKS


RA Number
Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area :
Assessors
Persons
responsible
Activity

RA: 03/491 [Rev: 1]

Demolition Works
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA

Employees at risk :
Other persons at
risk :
Property at risk

Sr. Project Manager

Comment :

Hazard

Risk

1. Damage to
underground
1. Underground
services.
services
2. Explosion.
Site Preliminary 2. Trees.
3. Electrocution.
Preparations
3. Heavy
4. Damage to
Equipments
Environment.
4. Live Traffic
5. Property
Damage.

Placing of
barriers and
signs to divert
traffic

Controls
1. Noc's to be obtained from relevant authorities
prior to work commence.
2. All underground services to be located and
identified.
3. Warning signboards for underground services to
be placed to warn the workers and operators.
4. All underground services to be adequately
protected.
5. Area to be adequately barricaded and sign
boards to be placed.
1. Obtain NOC from Abu Dhabi Municipality, Follow
NOC conditions.
2. Maintain advance warning distance as per the
posted speed of the road.
3. Install high visible flashers and warning devices.
4. Install advance warning signage's to warn
motorist.
5. Provide mandatory speed limit signage's.
6. Flag man to control the traffic if required. All
workers to be in PPEs including Hi-Vi jackets.
7. Ensure only experienced operatives with
adequate supervision carry out the traffic
diversion.

1. Live traffic.
2. High speed
vehicle.

1. Hitting the
workforce.
2. Collision/
Overturning.
3. Public vehicles
intruding to the
work area.

1. Crossing of
live roads

1. Hitting workers. 1. Ensure crossing of roads in designated areas


2. Fatality
only.

Risk Rating
Likely Severit
Risk
Score
hood
y
level

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Residual Risk
Additional Controls Likely Rating
Severit

Score

hood

Adequate Supervision
to be ensured.
Permit system to
strictly followed and
implemented.

TBT to be delivered to
workers and operators

Brief workers through


TBT.

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barriers and
signs to divert
traffic
Hazard Identification Risk Assessment
1. Falling of
signage's on to
1. Accidents
live traffic.
2. Damage to
2. Vehicles
public vehicles.
hitting on sign
boards

Placing of
barriers and
signs to divert
traffic

HILALCO

1. All sign boards to be suitably supported with


sand bags to with stand high winds.
2. Maintain a safe distance between the signboard
and the edge of the road.

1. Barriers moving 1. Damaged plastic barriers should not be used.


Unstable
into the live road. 2. Ensure barriers are always filled with water at its
plastic barriers.
2. Accidents.
capacity.

Obstructed
visibility to
road users due 1. Collision.
to
2. Fatal accidents
materials/equip
ment

Improper entry
and exit points
for construction
vehicles into
the work area.

1. Collision with
public traffic.
2. Hitting of work
force.

Sharp
curves/imprope 1. Vehicles over
r slopes at tie turning.
in and tie out
2. Collision
areas

1. Ensure all materials, signage's and equipment


obstructing the view of the incoming traffic are
relocated before diverting traffic.
1. Ensure safe and dedicated entry and exit points.
2. Entry and exit to be guarded by a trained flag
man.
3. Adequate signage's indicating the entry/exit
areas to be posted with adequate warning lights.
3. All entry and exit points must be away from the
work area and from the workers moving area.
4. Entry/exit areas to be clear from all obstructions
to ensure visibility of the live traffic movement.
1. Ensure adequate curve radius. ensure no
reverse curves in tie in/tie out areas.
2. Provide adequate signage's as per approved
drawing.
3. Provide speed reduction devices such as rumble
strips if required.

Poor visibility
due to dust,
fog,

1. Overturning of
vehicles.
2. Hitting onto
stationary /
moving vehicle.
3. Personal injury

1. Install signboards with revolving lights.


2. Flagman to control traffic.
3. Stopping the activity in case of zero visibility.

Night Driving

1. Poor visibility
hitting the
objects / collision

1. Install sign boards with flashing lights.


2. Check lights every evening. Inspect and
maintain diversion on regular basis.

Designated person to
be deployed to ensure
any disturbance to
signage's or barriers is
corrected immediately.
Adequate Supervision
& scheduled inspection.
If water leakage is
observed, leaking
barrier shall be
replaced as early as
possible.
Routine detour
inspection should be
scheduled to ensure
visibility is not
obstructed due to road
works.
Under no
circumstances the
transition
area/stabilization area
to be used as entry/exit
points.
All drivers to be briefed
about the entry exit
locations, procedures.

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Generation of
waste,
Working near
live traffic/road
Demolition of
road, asphalt
and concrete
using hydraulic
jack hammer
Generation of
and excavator.
dust.

1. Environmental
Pollution.
2. Traffic Accident
Air pollution.
3. Personal Injury
and Property
Damages.
4. Noise Hazards
to the work force
and nearby
residents.
5. Flying debris.

Generation of
excess noise.

Flying Debris

1. Personal Injury.
2. Damage to
Property.
3. Traffic
Accidents.

HILALCO

1. Demolition works shall be started after getting


NOC from the concerned authorities.
2. Work area shall be barricaded & signage's to be
erected.
4. Special care shall be taken to ensure that near
by asphalt road is not contaminated with
demolition waste.
5. Trained flagman shall be engaged to control the
movement of heavy equipments and warn the
ongoing traffic.
6. Care shall be taken to provide adequate support
to any nearby structures if required.
7. Jack hammer shall be used only after ensuring
there are no vehicles on road to avoid any damage
to ongoing traffic.

1. Dampening of demolition area shall be done to


control the generation of dust.
1. Excavator mounted jackhammer machines shall
not be worked during night hours. [to avoid
disturbance to the residents]
2. During day works if the peak noise level reaches
90
db(A) entry to be prohibited with proper
1. Public
signage, guarding and barricade, entry to be
restricted.
2. Breaking activity to be continued only after
detour is completely installed [to maintain a safe
distance from live traffic]

Housekeeping shall be
ensured through out
the shift
Ensure all the heavy
equipments are in good
conditions and
periodically
maintained.
All workers shall be
wearing the required
PPE's like mask, safety
goggles, gloves etc.
Pre-start team breafing
shall be done prior to
start of activity.
PPE including dust
masks shall be used by
the laborers who are
doing the demolition
works.
Provide ear protection
such as ear plug/ear
muffs to all workers in
the Zone.

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Removing of
debris and
loading them
on truck using
excavator

Manual
Handling

Excavation
Around Trees

HILALCO
1. All the operators and machines shall be
competent and third party certified.
2. Banskman to be deployed to control the
movement of traffic.
3. Ensure safe distance [of swing radius] is
maintained from life traffic.
4. Limited number of workers to be involved in the
activity.
5. Large debris to be broken into small pieces for
easy lifting and loading on truck.
6. Truck not to be overloaded.
7. Truck to be adequately covered using tarpaulin
sheet to prevent from debris flying or falling of the
truck.
8. All heavy equipments should have working
revolving lights and reverse alarms.

Movement of
heavy
equipments.
Material falling
off the truck
due to
overload.

1. Vehicular
collusion.
2. Personal Injury.
3. Property
Damage.
4. Fines from
authorities.

Sprain to
Muscles and
joints.
Actions and
Movements.
Working
Posture and
Position
Obstructed or
slippery floor

1. All personal involved shall be experienced and


competent.
1. Twisting.
2. Heavy load shall be divided into smaller sections
2. Musculoskeletal for easy handling.
injuries.
3. Avoid manual handling as far as possible.
3. Pain and
4. If not mechanical aids and PPE's shall be
swelling of
arranged and provided .
muscles.
5. Team lifting.
6. Training to be provided for all the employees
involved in the activity.
1. NOC's to be obtained from all the relevant
authorities.
2. All underground services to be located,
identified and marked.
Damage to
3. Trial trenches to be done for exposing the
Property,
underground services.
Damage to
4. Underground services drawing to be confirmed
Underground
through drawing and using the cable detector.
Services,
5. All services [exposed] shall be adequately
Personal Injury.
supported either by using eye beams or suitable
means.
6. Mechanical excavation shall not be done near
the vicinity of existing underground services.

Underground
Services

Trial trench shall be


done for locating the
underground services
and their depth.
TBT to be delivered to
workers and operators

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

Working at
Height [on
trees]

Uprooting and
Removing the
trees using
excavator and
JCB

Fall from height


[Tree]
Fall from height
[ladder]

Trees.
Falling objects.
In-adequate
personnel
protection.

Rotating Sharp
[edges]
Equipment
Cutting of Trees [Chain saw],
using Chain
Long Usage,
Saw and Hand Ergonomics,
Saw
Falling parts of
trees,
Dust, Sound,
Vibration.

HILALCO

Full body harness shall be used and should be


anchored on the branch on which worker is not
Personal Injury,
working.
Fracture,
Supplementary anchor points to be used.
Fatality
Ladder to be secured to the tree.
Defects of tress and its potential to fail should be
assessed before climbing the tree.
1. Machine should be stationed at a safe working
distance.
2. Machine should be inspected and in a good
working condition.
1. Objects
3. Right machine is used for the job.
entering into
4. Machine should be positioned away from moving
cabin.
timber and other materials.
2. Machines in the
5. Operator should competent and Machine should
path of direction
inspected before usage.
of felling.
6. Third party competency certificates should be
3. Personal
available.
Injuries
7. Danger zone to be demarcated and entry to be
restricted.
7. Job specific PPE such masks, goggles to be
provided
for workers
thevibration-insulation
area.
1.
Cover tool
handlesin
with
rubber.
2. Use a slip-resistant surface on handles to reduce
the grip force needed.
3. Regularly maintain equipment.
4. Lubricate bearings. Rebalance rotating
equipment.
5. Rotate workers who use vibrating tools,
6. Regularly maintain equipment to reduce
1. Personally
vibration developing.
injury
7. Operate equipment at suggested speeds.
2. Cut.
8. Do not use the saw over the shoulder height.
3. Inhalation of
9. Do not work if the wind conditions are such that
dust.
control over the felling might be lost.
10. Decide the direction of fall and select suitable
escape route. [escape route shall be free of
obstructions]
11. No body should be allowed to work/pass/stand
close to the felling direction.
12. Dust masks, Ear muffs and suitable gloves
should be provided and supervisors to ensure strict
PPE compliance.

Reliability of anchor
point to be accessed
before use.
Mobile Elevated
Platform to be used for
the trees which are not
safe for use.

All heavy equipments


should be inspected by
operator on a daily
basis, any concern
should be immediately
reported to the
concerned Foreman.
TBT on safe removal of
trees should be
delivered.

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Loading and
unloading of
trees

HILALCO
1. Specified load capacity lifting equipment to be
used.
2. Loading & unloading operation should be
planned.
3. Vehicle to be parked on stable/firm ground.
1. Drop.
4. Outriggers to be completely extended.
2. Personal Injury.
5. Both operator and lifting equipment used shall
Improper lifting 3. Fatality.
competent and third party certified.
Falls from
4. Property
6. Load to be adequately tied and supported with
Vehicle
Damage.
inspected slings.
(including
5. Worker being
7. Suspended load should be in control, using
when climbing strucked during
taglines.
on & off)
mechanical
8. Ensure workers maintain safe distance while the
Workers
handling.
load is being placed on the bed/ground.
exposed to the 6. Worker being
9. Manual handling shall be done only of light
lifted load,
injured while
weighing material.
Fall of material. manual handling if
10. Truck must be positioned to provide working
the load is heavy
clearance between the vehicle and the deck.
or sharp.
11. The load must be positioned to prevent
slippage or loss during handling and transport.
12. Ensure all the workers understand restricted
zones around the machine and also aware about
the
blind spotsbanks
for operator.
1. Designated
man to be deployed to control

Equipment
Movement on
live road

1. Vehicular
Ongoing Traffic,
accidents.
Load on truck,
2. Property
Heavy
Damage.
equipments in
3. Fines from
work area
authorities.

the movement of heavy equipments.


2. Designated free from obstruction entry/exit point
should be designed before staring the activity.
3. Banskman to ensure there is no ongoing
vehicles [on road] before any loaded truck is
leaving the work area.
4. All the loaded trucks shall be adequately
covered using tarpaulin.
5. Materials Protruding outside [from truck] should
be avoided.

Assessors:

Authorized entry to be
ensured.
Ensure all the workers
involved in the job are
aware about the
hazards and risk
involved.
Adequate supervision
and team briefings
[before starting the
activity] to be ensured.
Timber mats to be used
on soft ground [Green
Area]

Reviewed & Approved By:

HSEA: Syed Rehan

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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public

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level

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HILALCO

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR REMOVAL & REPLANTING TREES


RA Number
Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area :
Assesor
Persons
responsible
Activity

RA: 00/491 [Rev: 0]

Removal & Replanting Trees


AD 491
Engineer and HSEA

Employees at risk :
Other persons at
risk :
Property at risk

Sr. Project Manager

Comment :

Hazard

Risk

Underground
Services

Damage to
Property,
Damage to
Undgerground
Services,
Personal Injury.

Mechanical
Felling

Falling objects

Objects entering
into cabin,
Machines in the
path of direction
of felling.

Working at
Height [on
trees]

Fall from height


Personal Injury,
[Tree]
Fracture,
Fall from height
Fatality
[ladder]

Excavation
Around Trees

Controls
NOC's to be obtained from all the
relevent authorities.
All underground services to be
located, identified and marked.
Trial trenches to be done for exposing
the underground services.
Machine should be stationed at a safe
working distance.
Machine should be inspected and in a
good working condition.
Right machine is used for the job.
Machine should be positioned away
from moving timber and other
materials.
Operator should competent and
Machine should inspected before
useage.
Third party competency certificates
should
beharness
available.
Full body
shall be used and
should be anchored on the branch on
which worker is not working.
Supplimentary anchor points to be
used.
Ladder to be secured to the tree.

Risk Rating
Likely Severit
Risk
Score
hood
y
level

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Additional Controls

Residual Risk
Rating

Likely Severit
Score
hood
y

TBT to be delivered to workers and


operators

All heavy equipments should be


inspected by operator on a daily
basis, any concern should be
immediately reported to the
concerned Foreman.
TBT on safe removal of trees should
be delivered.

Reliability of anchor point to be


accessed before use.
Mobile Elevated Platform to be used
for the trees which are not safe for
use.

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Cover tool handles with vibrationHILALCO


insulation rubber. Use a slip-resistant
surface on handles to reduce the grip
force needed.
Regularly maintain equipment. Keep
cutters and chisels sharp. Lubricate
bearings. Rebalance rotating
equipment.
Rotate workers who use vibrating
tools,
Regularly maintain equipment to
reduce vibration developing,
Operate equipment at suggested
Personaly injury,
speeds,
Cut, Inhalation of Do not use the saw over the shoulder
dust,
height.
Do not fell if the wind conditions are
such that control over the filling might
be lost.
Decide the direction of fall and select
suitable escape route. [escape route
shall be free of obstructions]
No body should be allowed to
work/pass/stand close to the felling
direction.
Dust masks, Ear muffs and suitable
gloves should be provided and
supervisors to ensure strict PPE
compliance.
Specified load capacity lifting
equipment to be used.
Loading & unloading operation should
be planned.
Vehilce to be parked on stable/firm
ground.
Drop,
Load to be adequately tied and
Personal Injury,
supported with inspected slings.
Fatality,
Suspended load should be in control.
Property Damage Ensure workers maintain safe distance
while the load is being placed on the
bed/ground.
Manual handling shall be done only of
light weighing material.
Ensure.
Tagline to be used.
Assessors:

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

Chain Saw
Felling and
Manual
Takedown

Loading and
unloading of
trees

Rotating Sharp
[edges]
Equipment
[Chain saw],
Long Usage,
Eregnomics,
Falling parts of
trees,
Dust, Sound,
Vibration,

Improper lifting
Falls from
Vehicle
(including
when climbing
on & off)
Worker being
strucked during
mechanical
handling.
Worker being
injured while
manual
handling if the
load is heavy
or sharp.

HSEA: Syed Rehan

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Authorized entry to be ensured.


Ensure all the workers involved in
the job are aware about the hazards
and risk involved.
Adequate supervision and team
brefings [before starting the
activity] to be ensured.

Reviewed & Approved By:

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram


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HSEA: Syed Rehan

HILALCO

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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HILALCO

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level

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HILALCO

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR TRAFFIC DIVERSION


RA Number
Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area :
Assessors
Persons
responsible
Activity

RA: 00/491 [Rev: 0]

Traffic Diversion
AD 491
Engineer and HSEA

Employees at risk :
All Employees
Other persons at risk : Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Property at risk
Company / Local Property

Sr. Project Manager

Comment :

Hazard

Live traffic.
High speed
vehicle.

Diverting
Traffic

Risk

Hitting the
workforce.
Collision/
Overturning.
Public vehicles
intruding to the
work area.

Controls
Obtain NOC from Abu Dhabi
Municipality, Follow NOC conditions.
Maintain advance warning distance
as per the posted speed of the road.
Install high visible flashers and
warning devices.
Install advance warning signage's to
warn motorist.
Provide mandatory speed limit
signage's.
Flag man to control the traffic if
required. All workers to be in PPEs
including Hi-Vi jackets.
Ensure only experienced operatives
with adequate supervision carry out
the traffic diversion.

Ensure adequate curve radius. ensure


Sharp
no reverse curves in tie in/tie out
curves/improp
Vehicles over
areas. Provide adequate signage's as
er slopes at
turning, Collision per approved drawing.
tie in and tie
Provide speed reduction devices such
out areas
as rumble strips if required.
Overturning of
Install signboards with revolving
Poor visibility vehicles, hitting
lights. Flagman to control traffic.
due to dust,
onto stationary /
Stopping the activity in case of zero
fog,
moving vehicle.
visibility.
Personal injury
Crossing of
hitting workers, Ensure crossing of roads in
live roads
fatality
designated areas only.

Risk Rating
Likely Severit
Score
hood
y

Risk
level

Additional Controls

TBT to be delivered to
workers and operators

Brief workers through TBT.

Residual Risk
Rating

Likely Severit
Risk
Score
hood
y
level

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Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

Night Driving

Falling of
signage's on
Accidents,
to live traffic.
Damage to
Vehicles
public vehicles.
hitting on
sign boards
Unstable
plastic
barriers.

Diverting
Traffic

HILALCO

Install sign boards with flashing


Poor visibility
lights. Check lights every evening.
hitting the
Inspect and maintain diversion on
objects / collision
regular basis.
All sign boards to be suitably
supported with sand bags to with
stand high winds. Maintain a safe
distance between the signboard and
the edge of the road.

Damaged plastic barriers should not


Barriers moving
be used.
into the live
Ensure barriers are always filled with
road. Accidents.
water at its capacity.

Obstructed
visibility to
road users
Collision, Fatal
due to
accidents
materials/equi
pment

Ensure all materials, signage's and


equipment obstructing the view of
the incoming traffic are removed
before diverting traffic.

Improper
entry and exit
points for
construction
vehicles into
the work
area.

Ensure safe and dedicated entry and


exit points.
Entry and exit to be guarded by a
trained flag man.
Adequate signage's indicating the
entry/exit areas to be posted with
adequate warning lights.
All entry and exit points must be
away from the work area and from
the workers moving area.
Entry/exit areas to be clear from all
obstructions to ensure visibility of the
live traffic movement.

Collision with
public traffic,
Hitting of work
force.

Assessors:

HSEA: Syed Rehan

Designated person to be
deployed to ensure any
disturbance to signage's
or barriers is corrected
immediately.
Adequate Supervision &
scheduled inspection.

If water leakage is
observed, leaking barrier
shall be replaced as early
as possible.

Routine detour inspection


should be scheduled to
ensure visibility is not
obstructed due to road
works.

Under no circumstances
the transition
area/stabilization area to
be used as entry/exit
points.
All drivers to be briefed
about the entry exit
locations, procedures.

Reviewed & Approved By:

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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HSEA: Syed Rehan

HILALCO

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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Electrical

Work on
underground
utilities

Undergrou
Damage
nd
1. Service Damage
to
services
1. Electric Shock.
undergrou
2. Power Shutdowns.
nd electric
services

Other

1. NOC from all relevent authorities shall be


made available at the work location and
conditions followed.
2. All the underground services shall be
identified, marked and located.
1. Penalty and Fire from 3. Electrical drawings to be confirmed through
drawing and using the cable detector.
the authorities.
4. All services [exposed] shall be adequately
2. Property Damages
and Disturbances in the supported either by using eye beams or
public utility distribution suitable means.
5. Mechanical excavation shall not be done
system.
near the vicinity of existing underground
services.

Lifting, Loading and Unloading


Defective
Lifting
Equipment
Incorrect
rigging
Slinging and
lifting
practices
Elevated
Loads

Tipping
Over
Tripping
Over
Hit/Cut
Workers
Personal
Injury.
Personal
Injury
Damage
to
property

1. Personal Injury.
2. Loss of assets.

Maintainance, Third party Inspection and


Certificate before commenting operation.
Lifting equipment to be fitted with self locking
device and SWL to be mentioned.

Fall/Cut/Injury/Loss of
Property

Only Trained, experienced people to be


deployed,
Visual inspction of lifting toosl.

Fall/Cut/Injury/Loss of
Property

No worker to stand under or close to the


suspended load

Trial trench shall be done


for locating the
underground services and
their depth.
Adequate supervision.

Competent supervision,
Operator to warn the
violator
Tool Box Talks

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HILALCO

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR DEEP TRENCH EXCAVATION


RA Number
Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area :
Assessors
Persons
responsible
Activity

RA: 02/491 [Rev: 1]

Risk Assessment For Deep Trench Excavation


AD 491
Engineer and HSEA

Employees at risk :
Other persons at
risk :
Property at risk

Sr. Project Manager

Comment :

Hazard

Unknown
underground
existing
services.
Obstruction by
Area Clearance
existing
for Excavation
services.
Partially
damaged or
lose service
joints.

Manual
Trial Dig

Selection and
Mobilization of
machines to
start the
excavation

Risk
1. Explosion.
2. Fire.
3. Serious
4. Personal injury.
5. Machinery
damage.
6. Service
damage.
7. Suspension of
works
8. Fines

Controls

1. NOC To be obtained from relevant authorities.


2. Permit to dig to be obtained by site
management.
3. All underground services to be identified,
marked and located using detector.
4. Trial Trench to be made [by manual excavation
to ensure the presence of all the unidentified
services.
5. All services [exposed] shall be adequately
supported either by using eye beams or suitable
1.
NOC from all relevant authorities shall be made
means.
1. Service Damage available at the work location and conditions
followed.
1. Electric Shock. 2. All the underground services shall be identified,
2. Power
Contact with
1. Penalty and Fire marked and located.
Shutdowns.
live
3. Electrical drawings to be confirmed through
from the
underground
drawing and using the cable detector.
authorities.
services.
4. All services [exposed] shall be adequately
2. Property
supported either by using eye beams or suitable
Damages and
means.
Disturbances in
5. Mechanical excavation shall not be done near
the public utility
1.
Property
the vicinity of existing underground services.
distribution
Damage,
1. Operator and Equipment shall be competent and
system.
Machines fall
2. Damage to
third party certified.
from the edge,
underground
2. Safe distance shall be always maintained from
Fuel leakage
services.
the edge of the excavation.
during fuel
3. Fire &
3. Fuel shall be transferred only by fuel deliver
transfer or due
Explosion.
tankers.
to machine
4. Disturbance to 4. Fire extinguishers shall be available in machine.
defect,
the live services. 5. Operator shall inspect the machine on a daily
defective
5. Fines from
basis, if any concern is observed shall be
equipment.
authorities.
immediately reported to supervisor.
6. Trench Collapse.

Risk Rating
Likely Severit
Risk
Score
hood
y
level

All Employees
Client , Consultant , Visitors& public
Company / Local Property

Residual Risk
Additional Controls Likely Rating
Severit

Tool box talks,


Daily inspections,
notify authorities
PPE's,
Fence,
Barricade,
Warning signs and
lights.

Permit to dig system to


be followed.
Only approved tools
shall be used to dig the
trench.

Periodical maintenance
shall be carried out as
per manufacturers
recommendations.

Score

hood

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1. Adequate access and ingress for machines and
workers.
2. Proper side wall protection of trenches in the
Inadequate
trench, wall
form of steps, slope, shoring as per depth and soil
support / step 1. Trench collapse. condition.
height / slope. 2. Explosion.
3. Width to height ratio of steps and lopes to be
maintained as per soil condition.
Existing
3. Fall of
underground
operatives and
4. Protection of services and utilities [if any]
5. Excavation to be barricaded positively to protect
services.
machinery to
Mechanical
Inadequate
trenches.
accidental fall of operatives and machineries,
Trial Trench
trench side
4. Slips, trips, fall Provision of signs boards.
using Excavator protection.
of materials
6. Provision of steps for adequate access and
egress.
and JCB
Inadequate
5. Operatives
>1.2 meter
access.
caught in between 7. No superimposed load on edges of excavation
and all materials at least one meter from edge of
Overloading of moving parts.
trench edges. 6. Serious injuries. excavation.
8. Safe width to be maintained between edge of
Vibration /
7. Fatalities.
rolling near
8. Damages to
excavation and machine.
9. Avoid vibration/rolling close to excavations.
trenches.
public utilities
Moving parts of
10. Tail swing area of machineries to be barricaded
and banskman posted.
machineries
11. Manual excavation close to the exposed
underground services.
Assessors:

HSEA: Syed Rehan

Engineer: Shahid Abbas

Reviewed & Approved By:

Project Manager: Chaudhry M. Akram

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Risk
level

L
L

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Risk Assessement For Bearing Pad Installation


RA Number
Operation /
task :
Location
/
Area :
Assessors
Persons
responsible
Activity

Survey
Operations

RA: 03 [Rev: 00]

Bearing Pad Installation


KFMC
HSE Engineer

Emplyees at risk:
Other person at risk:
Property at risk:

Project Manager

Comment:

Hazard
Uneven ground
surface and other
topographical
features
Adverse climate
conditions,
excessive heat, wet
slippery ground and
dust stroms.
Working at height

Risk

Controls

Slips Trips and other injuries.

Watch the area before starting the work and strict


attendance of PPE.

Heat Strokes and


unconsciousness, physical
fatigue and stress, Slips, Trips
& Falls

Appropriate PPE, Adequate drinking water facilities, Adequate


intake of fluid rehydration suppliment (for hot climates).

Fall of person and material.

Erecting of scaffoldCollapse of scaffold


Injury to all parts of the body
if not braced
and damage to property.
adequately.

Working on
scaffold

Additional Controls

Scaffolding to be erected by trained scaffold and under


supervision of competent person. Scaffolder should wear
safety harness.
Scaffold to be checked by Foreman and inspected by
Engineer before working on it and safety tag to be displayed
to indicate that it is safe to use. Safety tag to be displayed.

Employees maybe
inured when
attempting to gain
access.

Injury to all parts of body.

Safe and convenient access for all employees to their place


of work must remain a priority.
Foreman must plan access to site areas before erecting
scaffolding.

Sharp edges and


protruding edges.

Head, eyes and leg injuries.

Try to eliminate protruding edges- if not possible warning


signs and banners must be put in place to warn employees.
Foreman to be aware of the problem and control it.

Employee could
Injuries to al parts of the body.
trip and fall off
Damage to property.
platform.
Collapse of scaffold
if not supported,
causing employees Injuries to all parts of the body.
to fall. Also damage
to property.

All Employees
Client, Consultant, Visitors
Company

Adequate Supervision

All scaffold planks and kick-boards (toe-boards) to be well


secured to scaffold structure to prevent displacement.
Use cross-bracing diagonal bracing and outriggers to support
the scaffold (which ever required to be installed)

WAF1201.0

Hazard Identification Risk Assessment

Installation

Work at height

Workting with
Cut injury
sharp tools
Dismantling

A falling scaffold
component may
cause injury.

FTCO

fall from height

Use access ladder to move up after the first slab was placed
on the roof to remove the slings. Workers shall be provided
with fall protection system.

Injury to body parts.

Work under supervision, use PPE, and when not in use tools
should be closed and kept in safe location.

Injury to body parts.

Display Unsafe for Use sign. Barricade the area. Foreman


to ensure that sign has been change and to control other
employees

Assessors:

Reviewed & Approved By:

HSE Engineer: xxxxxxxxxx

Site / Project Engineer: xxxxx

Project Manager: xxxxxxxxxxxx

WAF1201.0