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HOW CHIN ENGINEERING

Job Safety Analysis

JOB DESCRIPTION

TYPES OF WORK : Reforming works for WDO Tanks GWP :


LOCATION OF WORK : Tank farm
RISK RATING : Low

REQUIRED PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

x Safety Helmet x Cotton Gloves Work Vest


x Safety Shoes / Boots Welding Gloves Safety Vest
x Safety Glasses Nitrile Gloves x Safety Harness
Face / Welding Shield x Leather Apron Face Mask
Goggles x Rubber Gloves Ear Protection
Life Jackets (Type 1-offshore) Dust Mask Others (Specify):____________

OTHER SAFETY EQUIPMENT / REQUIREMENTS HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

Fire Extinguisher Tag Out / Lock Out


Gas Detector x Work Permit
x Safety Signs Competency Certificate
Barricades Respirator
Lifeline First Aid Equipment

JSA DEVELOPED BY :
NameActivity Potential Hazard
Position Control/ Recovery Measures Responsib
( Job
Jayammohan Steps ) Safety le/ Action
Balachandaram Supervisor By
Kit Yew Sin Safety
Manager
Aris Hooi General
Manager
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1. Work permit Unauthorized Authorized lead-operator / in-charge shall ensure obtaining and Lead-
from Client commencement of maintaining valid work permit. operator
to be works may result in The worksite supervisor responsible for this activity has to check
obtained. exposing workers the PPE of his staff to ensure that all required items are available Supervisor
and or potential to and properly used.
harm or danger Inform all workers regarding permit condition before work starts.
Worksite supervisor shall conduct toolbox talks about nature of
works and associated potential hazards and their essential
precautionary measure.
Follow mobilization schedule and arrange the required documents
to avoid any cause of delay.
2 Mobilization Physical injury from Before transporting the loads to the site, rest assure that the Supervisor
and heavy equipment, materials are secured and tight with nylon rope for the safe
demobilizati heavy lifting, pinch transporting. Workers
on point, slip, trips and Provide ergonomic training, institute good housekeeping procedure.
fall hazards Keep feet and hands clear of moving/suspended materials and
equipment.
Keep a tidy site.
3 Pre-task The work force does Ensure that the pre task briefing is given out in a language Supervisor
briefing not understand the understood by the work force, have it translated.
toolbox pre task briefing Ask question regarding the briefing to get feedback from the staff, Workers
talks. therefore does not this ensures full comprehension.
understand the Issue required appropriate PPE and replace PPE that has signs of
potential dangers defect.
and control
measures to be
implemented. Some
of the workers could
be lacking PPE or
using defective PPE.
4 Set out Heat stress to the Ensure that adequate shaded areas are provided. Supervisor
boundary labour working on Provide proper ventilation and drink plenty of water even if you
markers for this task. are not thirst. Workers
the work Markers are not Wear loose fitting full length clothing that can breathe.
site area. clearly visible Ensure that all markers and signage are of a suitable height to be
creating a risk of clearly seen and sufficient lighting is placed to identify the area at
others coming into night.
the area.
5 Fixing the May cause trip/fall Ensure the plywood and frameworks fixed and placed properly in Supervisor
wooden Can cause bruises if place
framework mishandle Wear gloves when lifting and removing the framework Workers
Heavy lifting can Practice ergonomic lifting procedure
cause sprain in back
and knee
6 Reinforcing Hand injuries Wear leather gloves. Supervisor
the supports
of WDO Workers
Tanks by
fixing with
wall plug
Inhalation of harmful Supervisor
7 Mixing dust and fumes and Make sure all workers know the safe limitations of their
concrete skin contact equipment/tools. Workers
Poor access to Ensure all, tools and equipment are in good condition.
working area causing Regular preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment must
of slips, trips, falls be observed.
and or other injuries Use only designated roads for delivery of concrete.
Penetration not cover Ensure to wear suitable respiratory protective equipment such as a P,
that cause falling N or R 95 respirator when fumes from dust cant be avoided.
onto sharp object Remove person to fresh air. If discomfort persists seek medical
injuries or falls advice.
Walking on the Ensure to wear loose clothing in good condition with collars closed
concrete foundation and cuffs buttoned at the wrist.
during the pour that In case of chemical contact, Remove chemical from skin with
causing slipping on waterless hand cleaner
wet ply or Housekeeping regimes to help keep site clear
reinforcement Ensure sufficient space around work areas
Sharp edges cause of Ensure there is good access for concrete personnel and equipment
cuts from Keep other people not directly involved with concrete pouring clear
reinforcement bar
from area
ends or tie wire
Avoid getting feet caught in reinforcement
Put caps on ends of exposed reinforcement bars
Sprain or strain
Provide adequate hearing protection suitable for the level of noise
cause of improper
exposure
manual handling
Wear appropriate PPE
Provide rest times or alternate work rotation
Avoid long periods of twisting, repetitive movements
Provide job rotation where there are enough trained employees
Ensure the concrete is not too dry when screeding and shoveling
7 General Unattended/ Remove Plywood Or Barricades Before Leaving The Job Supervisor
Items Before abandoned Clear All Mud And Debris From Equipment And job site, Secure All
Leaving Job plywood, woods Material Before Exiting The Job Workers
Site / House that can able the Perform two-men carry works where it is needed.
-keeping Employees Exposed Restore Property To Its Original Condition To The Best Of Your
To Falling In Ability
Messy or Unsafe
Work Site-Looks Bad
For Company &
Unsafe For Public
Debris Falling From
wheel-barrow

8 Work during Over exposure to Become acclimated to the heat gradually before working in hot Supervisor
extreme heat temperatures for a long time;
weather/ Ensure 100% availability of cold water and always drink plenty of Workers
climate cool water;
conditions. Wear hats and sunglasses to help stay cool;
Take frequent breaks in a cool place, if possible;
Wear loose clothing that allows the skin to breathe, such as cotton;
Protect your skin from the sun. Keep as much of it covered with
clothing as possible. Wearing long-sleeved shirts will help;
Field supervision/ supervisor shall closely monitor the condition of
workers, intervene as the need arises.

Prepared By : Reviewed By :
Date : 11 November 2016
Contractor / Contractor Representative Lead-operator / In-charge