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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION , RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL FORM -

Risk Evaluation: Probability A -Improbable B- Remote C-Occasional D-Probable E-Frequent

Severity: 5 -Catastrophic 4 -Severe 3 -Critical 2-Marginal 1-Negligible Risk Level H-High M-Medium L-Low

Risk Risk
Consequences / Evaluation Level
SN Activity Hazard Cause of Hazard Recommended Control Measures Acceptable?
Impact (H/M/L
P S
)
1 Personnel Working at  Fall of person  Improper and C 4H 1. Procedure for Working at height, Yes
height from height that inadequate working Scaffolding, use of Ladder etc. and
can cause fatal area. Work Instruction compliance.
injury and
multiple injuries.
 Fall of  Person working Human Injury, C 4H 2. Equipment inspection tagging /
materials from without safety Fatal testing and certification.
height that can harness, fall arrester
cause injury to a and safety belt.
person who is
standing below,
or damage
materials below.

 Scaffolding/ ladder  Collapse of  Slippery area and C 4H 3. Personnel awareness,


activity scaffold/ ladder. improper approach. competence, training & supervision.
 Elevated work areas  Improper material 4. Follow Proper Permit to work
handling technique. system.
 Man lifts 5. Use of safety harnesses,
lifelines, fall arrestors and other PPE’s.

 Work on Pile Rig 6. Use of Safety Nets where


Structure appropriate.
 Working on the 7. Safety and Operational
structure inspections prior to use.
8. Tool box meetings /Pre-job
meetings
9. Arrangement for securing of
tools & equipments

TESTING COMMISSIONING 1
Risk Risk
Consequences / Evaluation Level
SN Activity Hazard Cause of Hazard Recommended Control Measures Acceptable?
Impact (H/M/L
P S
)
1 2 Use of Hand tools 1. Personnel awareness, Yes
competence, training & supervision.
 Small Hand tools  Loss of control  Human error Human Injury B 3M 2. Procedure for inspection,
may cause injury maintenance & certification of tools
prior to use
 Workshop  Equipment Failure Electric shock 3. Pre job and tool box meetings

 Drills  Electrical  Missing Guards B 4M 4. Procurement of proper quality


Shock tools
 Power tools  Poor Quality 5. Use of appropriate Work permit
system where required.
 Pinch of cut  Lack of inspection C 2M 6. Use PPE appropriate to the job.
sharp edged & maintenance.

7. First Aid & Emergency


Preparedness.

3 Equipments  Insufficient Human Injury C 4H 1. Personnel awareness,


(electrically Inspection & competence, training & supervision.
Operated) maintenance
 Electrical  Temporary Electric shock 2. Competent supervisor / in-
Shock supplies charge for electrical jobs including
installation, inspection & maintenance
of the electrical supplies.

 Lighting  overloading C 3M 3. Circuit Breakers (ELCB) & Yes


testing
 Welding/ Cutting  Burn  Human error 4. Classification of areas
tools
 Generators  Unsafe equipment B 5H 5. Electrical Isolation Checklist

 Pumps  Fire  Damaged cables 6. Lockout & Tag out system.


 Temporary supplies  Unsafe joints 7. Use of Rubber Mats near to the
Electrical installations & DB’s.
8. PPE & Safety Equipment.
9. First Aid/ Emergency
Preparedness.

TESTING COMMISSIONING 2
Risk Risk
Consequences / Evaluation Level
SN Activity Hazard Cause of Hazard Recommended Control Measures Acceptable?
Impact (H/M/L
P S
)
1
4 Testing and  Electrocution  Human Error C 4H 1. Personnel awareness, Yes
commissioning competence, training & supervision.
 Improper material Human Injury 2. Testing and commissioning done
handling technique, by only certified personals
Poor housekeeping,
Unauthorised work on
charged panel.
 Bodily injury,  Spillage of Electric shock C 3M 3. Electrical isolation Checklist
Sprain and strain, flammable materials.
Material falling,
person falling, fall
in opening, Fire
etc
 Unauthorized entry Fire 4. Circuit breaker (ELCB) & testing
in panel room.
 Material  Not aware about Property loss C 3M 5. AADC Work permit System &
Damage testing operations. procedure for shut down activity.
 No proper 6. Lockout & tag system.
earthing.
 In competent 7. Use Rubber mat near the
person. charged electrical installation & DB’s
8. PPE & Safety Equipments
9. Inspection of Electrical system.
10. Testing procedure & checklist
follow up
11. Inspection & maintenance of
testing equipments & Electrical tools.

12. Restrict / control of the movement


of unauthorized person in testing area
13. Warning signs should be
displayed near exposed current
carrying parts and in especially
hazardous areas, such as high voltage
installations.
14. During installation location of
equipment, distribution of electrical
load, exposure to dampness, corrosive
vapors etc should be taken into
considerations.
15. Ensure proper earthing before
meggering /high potential tests carried
out.
16. Ensure thorough checking before
carrying out high potential test, area
should be cordoned off and suitable
warning boards are to be provided.
17. Ensure all the barriers are in
place before testing.
18. Emergency preparedness

TESTING COMMISSIONING 3
Risk Risk
Consequences / Evaluation Level
SN Activity Hazard Cause of Hazard Recommended Control Measures Acceptable?
Impact (H/M/L
P S
)
1
5 Working near  Electrocution,  Improper working Human Injury C 4H 1. Permit to Work System as per Yes
Electricity procedure. AADC system safety rules.
 Fire/Flash over  Exposure to or Electric shock B 5H 2. Follow the system safety rules of
contact with AADC while working in AADC
energized circuit premises.
 System  Permit to Work Fire B 5H 3. Pre-job Meeting/ Tool Box
shutdown System failures Meetings etc.
 Lack of procedures Property loss 4. Working by competent person
(inappropriate/, not only
complied with),
 Incompetent 5. Constant supervision by
person competent person
 Unauthorized 6. Personnel training & supervision.
working
 Human error 7. Ensure thorough checking
before carrying any work on system,
area should be cordoned off and
suitable warning boards are to be
provided.
8. Warning signs should be
displayed near exposed current
carrying parts and in especially
hazardous areas, such as high voltage
installations.
9. Checks for ignition/ combustion
sources.
10. PPE requirements.
11. First aid & Emergency
Preparedness.
6 Cable jointing  Electrocution,  Wrong Human Injury C 4H 1. Working by competent person Yes
/termination/testing identification of cable only
 Fire/Flash over  Improper working Electric shock B 5H 2. Personnel awareness,
procedure. competence, training & supervision.
 System  Exposure to or Fire B 5H 3. Ensure thorough checking
shutdown contact with before carrying out cable joining /
energized circuit termination, area should be cordoned
off and suitable warning boards are to
be provided.
 Permit to Work Property loss 4. Warning signs should be
System failures displayed near exposed current
carrying parts and in especially
hazardous areas, such as high voltage
installations.
 Unauthorized 5. Follow the system safety rules &
working permit to work system of AADC while
working in AADC premises.
6. Pre-job Meeting/ Tool Box
Meetings etc.
7. PPE requirements.
8. First aid & Emergency
Preparedness.

TESTING COMMISSIONING 4
Risk Risk
Consequences / Evaluation Level
SN Activity Hazard Cause of Hazard Recommended Control Measures Acceptable?
Impact (H/M/L
P S
)
1 Yes
7 Fire Fighting System  Fall of worker  Improper Human Injury C 4H 1. Personnel awareness, Yes
work when he will scaffolding, /Platform, competence, training & supervision.
working at height Improper way of
fixing safety harness

 Use of PPE during 2. Proper design of scaffolding


working on erection required,
of pipes.
 Fall of hand  Improper material C 4H 3. It is required to wear body
tool/pipes on handling technique. harness protection while working on
person working height
below it can
cause head
injury.
4. Proper material handling
technique is required to follow.
5. Emergency preparedness

8 Testing of CO2 fire  Lack of  Human Error Human Injury C 4H 1. Permit to Work System including Yes
protection system oxygen – gas testing.
Asphyxiation –
Fatality
 Uncontrolled  Permit to Work Asphyxiation 2. Pre-job Meeting/ Tool Box
Entry in the area System failures Meetings etc.
specially in the
event of
emergency for
rescue/ exposure
to the Co2 testing
area.
 Lack of procedures C 4H 3. Buddy System & constant
(inappropriate/, not supervision
complied with),

 Lack of emergency 4. Personnel training & supervision.


preparedness

 Poor ventilation/ 5. Checks for ignition/ combustion


lighting arrangement sources.
6. PPE requirements.
7. Confined space entry
procedures.
8. Periodic Calibration of Oxygen/
Gas monitors.
9. Emergency Preparedness.

TESTING COMMISSIONING 5
Risk Risk
Consequences / Evaluation Level
SN Activity Hazard Cause of Hazard Recommended Control Measures Acceptable?
Impact (H/M/L
P S
)
1
9 Paints (Oil base)  Exposure to  Human error Human Injury C 3M 1. MSDS & PPE Yes
 Painting of the Metal paint/ fire- Health  Nature of product Occupation 2. Personnel awareness,
surface effect / fire & compositions hazard competence, training & supervision.
(Flammable, toxic,
lead, marine pollutant
etc.)
 Lead base paints  Type of use Environment 3. Storage facility
(spray/ brush) hazard
 Surface preparation  Painting booth 4. Design of painting booth
& removal of paints (Lighting, extraction system)

 Storage, usage & 5. Minimum stock policy (minimum


disposal open paint left at the end of the day)

 Personnel Health 6. Waste disposal


7. Personnel health checks &
monitoring
8. Emergency prep
10 Mixing of Paint  Exposure to  Human error Human Injury C 3M 1. Availability of MSDS & PPE Yes
Thinner vapor – fire
 Dilution of the paint  Nature of product Fire 2. Personnel awareness,
& compositions competence, training & supervision.
(Flammable,
carcinogenic)
 Cleaning of the  Painting activity Environment 3. Storage facility & fire precautions
surface hazard
 Personnel health 4. Personnel health checks &
monitoring
 Storage & handling 5. Emergency preparedness (fire)

11 Genaration of waste  Solid waste Environment D 2M 1. Routine house keeping/identified Yes


due to site activity generate/paper & hazard the storage area.
rubbish generate

 Fire  Confined place. Fire 2. Disposal procedure


 Excavation area. 3. Identification of waste.
D 3M 4. Dumping on pre fixed area
5. Regular disposal of waste
6. No Hot work near by.

TESTING COMMISSIONING 6