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INSTRUMENTATION & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS


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Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment & Safe Working


Procedure for Manual Installation of Cables

Project Title:
Site Address: Cardiff Road, Barry, South Glamorgan, CF63 2YL
Client: Dow Corning Ltd
PO Number:
Work Location:

Assessed By:

Assessment
Print Name Signature Date Assessed
Review Date

Richard Jenkins 18/02/2014 17/02/2015

Steve Tossell 18/02/2014 17/02/2015

Approved By:

Print Name Signature Date Approved

Paul Bunyan

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Hazard Identification

Physical Hazards Y Physical Hazards (Continued) Y Fire Hazards Y


Airborne Dust / Fumes  Explosive Materials
Access / Egress  Flammable / Combustible Materials
Adverse Weather Conditions  Flammable Atmospheres 
Aggression/Violence Pyrophoric Material
Bullying Sources of Ignition
Collapse of Equipment / Materials Static Electricity
Confined Space Entry
Crane Movements / Lifting 
Display Screen Equipment
Drowning
Electricity - Electric Shock / Burns 
Entanglement 
Equipment / Materials  Other Hazards – Specify Below Vulnerable Groups
Falling Objects / Materials from Height  Environment - Waste Disposal 
Falls from Height (Working at Height)  Process Pipework Expectant and Nursing Mothers
Gas Cylinders Impulse Lines / Tubing Lone Workers 
Gasses  Young Persons
High Pressures 
High Ambient Temperature
Hot Surfaces 
Housekeeping / Slips, Trips & Falls 
Low Ambient Temperature
Manual Handling / Ergonomic  Biological Hazards
Moving Equipment/Machinery  Blood Borne Pathogens / Body Fluids
Noise  Hygiene/Welfare
Operating / Driving MEWP’s  Legionella 
Oxygen Depletion / Enrichment  Leptospirosis (Weils Disease)
Pneumatics / Hydraulics 
Poor Lighting 
Radiation
Sharp Objects Chemical Hazards
Stress Asbestos
Struck By / Against Corrosive Chemicals 
Trapping Points  Harmful Chemicals 
Underground Services Irritant Chemicals 
Uneven Work Surfaces Odorous/Noxious Chemicals
Use of Hand Tools / Power Tools  Toxic Chemicals 
Vehicles / Transport 
Vibration

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Risk Assessment

Task: - “Installation of Cables”

The following risk assessment has been completed to ensure adequate controls are in place to eliminate or reduce the risk to as low as is reasonably practicable.
In considering who may be harmed we have included C&P Calibration Technicians, but for each task, depending on where it takes place, then further
consideration should be given to others who may be affected by our activities e.g. other contractors.

L = Likelihood HR = Hazard Rating (with NO controls in place).


C = Consequence RR = Risk Rating (with controls in Place).

HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE

1. Airborne Dust - Some plants may expose 5 3 15 C&P Safety glasses to be worn on site at all times. Safety 1 3 3
employees to windborne dust. Employees goggles must be worn in designated red and white
striped areas.
2. Access and Egress on site 5 5 25 C&P All areas of plant require a comprehensive Permit to 1 5 5
Employees work form for all jobs undertaken on DCL site except
when working within office buildings. When working
within office buildings a “Job Card” may be issued by
the permit issuer/custodian of the building in place of a
Permit to work.
Access and egress to each working area will be by
roadways, fixed walkways and platforms at each
process plant area. Access and egress to the individual
working areas will be from the platform or will be by one
of the safe working at height methods described in the

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE
working at height section.
For working at height hazard controls please refer to
C&P document reference 2.14.1 Working at Height
Policy.
3. Adverse Weather Conditions. Extremes of 5 3 15 C&P PPE in the form of warm clothing, good quality safety 1 3 3
weather such as ice, snow, heavy rain, lightning Employees boots, water proof exterior clothing. Ability to postpone
storm etc. This is particularly important when working jobs in extreme weather conditions i.e. high winds,
at height, using ladders, accessing/egressing steps torrential rain when working at height
and plant, driving on site.
4. Working in Confined Spaces 5 5 25 C&P Site Induction. Site Authorisation to Work Permit. 2 5 10
Employees Confined Spaces permit. C&P watchman. Emergency
rescue plan in place. RPE available and to be worn
depending on ‘confined space’. Resuscitation
equipment on standby. Specific tools required (discuss
with Plant personnel).
Only trained and certified C&P operatives to enter
confined spaces.
5. Overhead Crane Movements causing struck by 4 5 20 C&P Where overhead cranes move overhead, either isolate 1 5 5
injuries. (Linked with working at height) Employees cranes (client to isolate or with their permission) or
bellman required to alert employees to stop work and
move away from area.
6. Electricity - Contact with ‘live’ electrical 5 5 25 C&P Only qualified and competent persons to work on 1 5 5
components causing electrical shock, burns or Employees electrical equipment.
electrocution.
All work on electrical equipment only to be carried out
following isolation.
C&P Employees are competent to undertake the
isolations. This must either be done at the local sub-
station or at the fuse board.

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE

For safe isolation please refer to C&P document


reference 13.1.3 Safe Isolation Procedure for DEAD
working on LV and ELV.
7. Objects falling from Height 5 5 25 C&P Permanent metal toe boards on process plant working 2 5 10
Employees platforms and on MEWP’s. Good housekeeping across
whole plant. When working at height area below to be
cordoned off by use of bunting and signage to at least
10 metres. Items secured when being transported in a
MEWP basket.
Discussion to take place at Induction to prevent other
workers/contractors working immediately above
Employees.
Where overhead cranes move overhead, either isolate
cranes (plant to isolate or with their permission) or
bellman required to alert Employees to stop work and
move away from area.
8. Falling from Height (Working at Height) 5 5 25 C&P Where access to work area requires a “step up” of a 2 5 10
Employees few centimetres then this can be achieved on most
levels. Where the need to work at height exposes the
individual to a fall to danger then additional controls will
need to be in place. These will involve scaffolding
platforms. MEWP to be supplied and maintained to a
high standard. Trained and certificated C&P operatives
to operate the MEWP.
Where work areas are at height and close to platform
edges then scaffolding should be requested. The
scaffolding should be erected by recognised Scaffolding
Company.

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE

Stepladders with handrails and Fibre glass ladders can


be used in many locations where the work is of short
duration and the height to work at is relatively low,
ladders can be secured or footed and supported.
When working from stepladders near to platform edges
and there has been NO scaffolding erected, then full
body fall arrest harnesses should be worn. Full body fall
arrest harnesses are a last resort and should be worn in
conjunction with other controls for working at height.
9. Gas / Oxygen Depletion 5 5 25 C&P Individual gas monitors and procedures for evacuation 1 5 5
Employees from Process Areas. Regular Operational checks for
gas leaks by trained and competent operators. Regular
Planned Maintenance checks and repairs by client.
Site Inductions.
10. Hot Surfaces 3 3 9 C&P Hot pipe work lagged/insulated. Signage. 1 2 2
Employees
11. Slips, Trips and Falls due to poor housekeeping 5 5 25 C&P Good housekeeping practices across site by the client 1 5 5
Employees provides for a safe place of work. Clear concrete
pathways, roadways and signage. Painted walkways.
Good safety footwear. Audits by Plant personnel. C&P
standards in housekeeping, safety contacts provided
and more specific training. Removal of all waste.
12. Manual Handling – carrying of equipment 3 3 9 C&P Hand tools are relatively lightweight (tools to be carried 1 3 3
ladders, tools etc. Employees in single tool box). All Manual Handling tasks are
individually Risk Assessed. Individuals trained in
Manual Handling techniques. Large and awkward cable
tray or ladder rack to be handled/carried by two
operatives. Avoid Manual Handling where possible.

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE

13. Moving Machinery / Entanglement / Trapping 5 5 25 C&P Variety of operating machinery could be present in 1 5 5
points - controlled by Client Employees process areas. All moving parts to be guarded. No
access beyond any guard or barrier protecting
machinery. Permit to work in all plants.
14. Noise 5 3 15 C&P Certain areas of plant will require mandatory Hearing 1 3 3
Employees Protection in the form of Ear Defenders.
Ear defenders to be worn prior to and during time spent
in these areas.
Signage.
15. Operating/driving MEWPS on site 5 5 25 C&P Trained and competent operators holding certificate for 1 5 5
Employees driving and operating MEWPS.
Equipment to be fully maintained and inspected.
Driver to use harness at all times when driving on site
or when working from MEWP basket at height.
When stationary prior to work commencing outriggers
must be fully deployed on solid, level ground. If ground
is soft or uneven, boards are to be placed under
outrigger legs.
Whilst working at height, operator is to control
movement of basket from the basket and not the floor.
Operators working from basket not to over-reach or
lean out of basket.
Under no circumstance are operators to exit the MEWP
basket as a means of access to a place above ground
level (except in an emergency). All loose equipment
placed in the basket for use will be secured to ensure

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE
they cannot fall. The area around the base of a MEWP
will be bunted and have cones to prevent collision from
other vehicles and road users and also to prevent
persons working or walking underneath.
16. Lighting 5 5 25 C&P Good plant lighting. Where plant lighting is poor, obtain 1 5 5
Employees temporary lighting.
If working in potentially explosive atmosphere, torch or
headlamp may be used providing they are certified to
be used in explosive atmospheres. Permission to be
granted by Client personnel and hot work permit may
also be required.
17. Use of hand tools and power tools / 3 5 15 C&P Drills and other power tools will be battery operated. 1 5 5
Entanglement / Trapping points Employees Where this is not reasonably practicable then low
voltage mains will be required (110v workshop only)
See electrical controls above. PAT testing of mains
operated tools. Secure cables.
No loose clothing or jewellery near to rotating chuck.
All hand tools to be clean and in good working order,
and checked daily.
18. Vehicles and Transport – travel to site and use 5 5 25 C&P Use of company vehicles. Fully maintained vehicles 2 5 10
on site internal roads Employees, with current MOT and insurance. Competent drivers
other road holding appropriate licence for the vehicle. Vehicle pre-
users flight checks. All tools stored safely in vehicle.
Restricted access to site – only authorised vehicles.
Road signs, road traffic standards, high way code.
Pedestrian crossings.
Park in designated parking areas only.

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE

19. Legionella 2 5 10 C&P Client to provide information on potential Legionella 1 5 5


Employees presence by providing COSHH risk assessments.
Wearing of RPE.
20. Contact with Dow Corning Chemicals on site 5 4 20 C&P Comprehensive Permit to work form required for all jobs 2 4 8
Different Process areas manufacture and use Employees undertaken on DCL site except when working within
different types of chemicals i.e. toxic, corrosive, office buildings. When working within office buildings a
harmful etc. “Job Card” may be issued by the permit
issuer/custodian of the building in place of a Permit to
work.
Dow Corning to provide details of hazards and
precautions necessary for each process area including
COSHH risk assessments.

21. Fire- flammable atmospheres, sources of ignition 3 5 15 C&P No sources of ignition to be used or taken on to plant 1 5 5
Employees areas without a valid Work Permit for the task
Some situations may require minor hot work but it is
very unlikely. Agree any hot work necessary with client
– agree permit required for hot work.
Fire extinguishers and fire watchmen at area of hot
work. Trained competent operators.
Familiarisation with Plant specific Emergency
Procedures and assembly points.
22. Lone Workers - Lone Workers, if injured, are 5 5 25 C&P Trained and competent persons. Contact Protocol with 1 5 5
more likely to go undetected and could exacerbate Employees C&P supervisor. Individual radio. Plant Alarms.
the seriousness of the injury due to delays in rescue Emergency assembly points.
and treatment.
C&P lone worker policy.

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HAZARDS L C HR WHO MAY CONTROL MEASURES TO REDUCE THE RISK TO L C RR


BE HARMED AS LOW AS IS REASONABLY PRACTICABLE

23. Environment - waste disposal 3 4 12 Environment Responsibly dispose of all generated waste by using 1 3 3
client’s on site recycling facilities.

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Risk Matrix

First Aid Injury Minor Injury Suffering Major injury Fatal


no disruption (preventing (preventing
of activity activity for one activity for 3
day) days or longer

Certain 5 10 15 20 25

Probable 4 8 12 16 20

Likely 3 6 9 12 15

Possible 2 4 6 8 10

Unlikely 1 2 3 4 5

Acceptable (1-5) No further action but ensure controls are maintained

Adequate (6-15) Look to improve at next review

Unacceptable (16-25) Stop activity and make immediate improvements

Safe Working Procedure

Final Risk Rating

The risk rating for the activity of “Manual Installation of Cables” has a final Risk rating of “10“, if all the
controls are applied at all times. Failure to implement the controls will lead to a higher risk of injury. The level
of 10 is tolerable (yellow section 10-15) but improvements should be made to reduce the overall risk down to
acceptable (Green section 1 - 4). This Risk assessment needs to be reviewed in the next 12 months (see
review date).

Persons and Competency

All the C&P Engineering employees who manually install electrical cables must have been taken through this
SWP and must sign the register to demonstrate that they understand the controls and how they are to be
applied. All operators must have been trained in Manual Handling techniques. Planning of job by supervisor
critical to determine number of persons required, cable length, rollers required and positioning of cable drum.
Visual inspection of route required to ensure bends and inclines are sufficient for the permitted bending
radius of the cable being installed.

PPE Requirements

The individuals on this contract are required to wear at all times:-


Safety Footwear with minimum 200Joules toe cap. The ankles must be protected.
General Proban treated overalls
General purpose gloves over surgical nitrile gloves (depending on the task).

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Safety helmet – centurion or equivalent


Safety glasses or safety over-glasses to be worn if wearing their own prescription glasses.
Goggles are mandatory in Process areas.
Ear Defenders are mandatory in certain areas.
High visibility waistcoat.
Additional PPE dependent on local conditions.

Plant Status

Depending on where the job is being carried out plant will quite likely be working. Electrical isolations will not
generally be required for installing and laying out of cables. Connection of cables will however, require
electrical isolations. Where cables are required to be pulled across certain moving machinery then that
machinery will need to be isolated and immobilised and isolation permits taken out.

Permits, Certificates or Registers

A general permit to work is required for all work locations and access onto process plant. Any isolation will
be recorded on the permit. A separate hot work permit is required for battery operated equipment.

Access and Egress

Before accessing any part of a process plant then an authorisation to work permit will be obtained from the
client permit issuing office in the particular area. Access and egress will be by recognised walkways,
pavements, road crossings, stairways.

Procedure

1. Wear the PPE that is required for the particular process area that you will be working in. N.B. There
is minimum requirement as highlighted in the PPE section above for all areas. Ensure that the PPE
is in good condition and affords adequate protection.

2. Report to the permit office before accessing site. Obtain a client permit to work and comply with all
requirements stated and explained verbally by the issuer. Additional PPE stated must be worn.
Agree access and egress routes.

3. Travel to the building/site area by company vehicle if necessary and park appropriately.

4. Where cable drums are delivered by lorry then prior arrangements to be made for fork lift truck to off-
load cable drum into suitable accessible safe space as near to the site of work as possible. Cable
drums can be delivered from storage at site by Fork Lift Truck.

5. Jacks to be inspected prior to use and positioned on flat level ground as near to start of cable run as
possible. If cable to be laid at height only then jacks should be positioned under the vertical lift off
point.

6. Jacks to be extended vertically to as near the required height as possible bearing in mind the
diameter of the cable drum and the free space required below the cable drum to allow it rotate freely.

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7. Bar to be placed through cable drum (if cable drum is too large and heavy for manual lifting) Fork Lift
Truck to place cable drum onto jacks ensuring the running end of the cable is on the top surface of
the drum. Jack the cable drum to correct height. (This may require raising jacks alternately to attain
the correct height).

8. Operators may need to manipulate the drum using bars through centre drum bar to ensure drum is
perpendicular to direction of cable run.

9. Attach the correct size cable stocking to the nose of the cable ensuring it is gripped securely. If
pulling cable vertically, a rope will need to be tied to the cable to initially pull the cable to the desired
height. The rope should then be removed and the cable manually handled directly.

10. Sets of cable rollers should be laid out at intervals along the desired cable length to aid the manual
handling and to help keep the cable straight.

11. Depending on the weight and size of the cable pull the cable either by use of sufficient manpower or
by mechanical means i.e. turfer, especially if the cable has to be initially pulled in a vertical direction.

12. If working at height and where anyone needs to lean over handrail to pull the cable into position then
they must wear a full body fall arrest harness.

13. Pull the cable along the desired route using sufficient labour located at key positions, all pulling in
unison with the supervisor’s commands. The two men located at the drum should also rotate the
drum at the same time. The nose of the cable should be directed over the rollers and the cable
should be pulled to the termination point. Depending on the distance a number of rest breaks may be
required.

14. Once the cable is in the correct position then it must be temporarily tied back using cable ties (tie
wraps or wire ties).

15. Remove the cable stocking. Cut the cable at the desired length, leaving spare cable on the drum. Lift
the cable from the rollers and remove rollers.

16. Jack the cable drum back down and return the empty or part used cable drum to the drum store
either by FLT, lorry or if small enough it can be rolled.

17. On completion of the job all waste material to be removed from site and re-used or disposed of
responsibly. Equipment to be returned to storage and Work area to be left in clean and tidy
condition.

18. The permit to work will be cancelled.

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Emergency Procedures – Telephone 3333 Internally

In the event of an emergency and depending on the site and access to such, the emergency services should
be called using the internal emergency number. Raising the alarm is our first priority. All C&P employees
must report to their appropriate place of safety, if the alarms are sounded. You must stay at this location and
report to the Client representative. Follow the directions of the Client personnel in charge at the muster point.
Lifting an eye wash station or stepping on a safety shower will raise alarm to DC Control, who will send
assistance to the area accordingly.

Dow Corning Alarm Signals


Klaxon 3 seconds on 3 seconds off – Major Incident

All personnel to report to their nearest muster point indoors immediately. Swipe badge on Muster Reader.

Fire Alarm Bells

All personnel to report to their nearest fire assembly point outside immediately.

Blue Flashing Light - Outside a Building

No personnel to enter the building until advised by a DCL member.

Audible Alarm and Red Flashing Light on Process Plant

All personnel to make their work area safe and leave the area. No return until advised by a DCL Member.

Note: If the last page of this document is not attached do not worry as it does not contain any
relevant information regarding the SWP. The last page is a register of signatories and is intended to
be detached and returned to Gorseinon head office for filing.

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Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment & Safe Working Procedure for Instrument
Calibration on Client’s Site in Situ (and at Client’s Workshop).

The above document has been read and explained to me by my supervisor.


I the undersigned understand the controls and how they are to be applied.

Print Name Signature Date

The following comments/queries were raised and discussed with my supervisor (Please
insert below any concerns, comments or views which may identify additional problems):

** THIS PAGE IS TO BE SIGNED, DATED, DETACHED AND RETURNED TO GORSEINON HEAD


OFFICE A.S.A.P. (VIA FAX, EMAIL, POST OR HAND) **

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