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VOLUME IB – WHSE MANAGEMENT PLAN

Client :

Owner :

Bidder :

Project Title : HEINEKEN TANGERANG SOLAR PV PROJECT

Document No : HNK-ID-TNG-VOL IB-02

Purpose : Issued as Tender Document

Notes :

No. Description Date Prepared Checked Approved

1. Technical Deliverables 13-11-19 YM VV RM


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WHSE MANAGEMENT PLAN

TABLE OF CONTENT
1. COMPANY PROFILE ............................................................................................................................................. 3
2. SITE IDENTIFICATION........................................................................................................................................... 3
3. SCOPE OF WORK .................................................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
4. OBJECTIVE, TARGET, AND PROGRAM ................................................................................................................. 5
4.1. Objective ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
4.2. Target .......................................................................................................................................................... 5
4.3. Program....................................................................................................................................................... 5
5. Project Organizational Structure......................................................................................................................... 6
5.1 Organizational Structure ............................................................................................................................. 6
5.2 Role And Responsibility ............................................................................................................................... 7
6. PPE Requirement ................................................................................................................................................ 6
6.1 Mandatory PPE............................................................................................................................................ 6
6.2 Depend on the type of working being performed ..................................................................................... 7
6.2 For initial issue of PPE ................................................................................................................................. 7
7. HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .............................................................................................................................. 8
7.1 HSE and HIRADC Problem Identification ................................................................................................... 10
7.2 Safety Induction ........................................................................................................................................ 10
7.3 Tool Box Meeting ...................................................................................................................................... 10
7.4 Safety Checklist ......................................................................................................................................... 11
7.5 Sub-contractor Regulation ........................................................................................................................ 11
7.6 Inspection & Patrol ................................................................................................................................... 11
7.7 Reporting & analyzing ............................................................................................................................... 12
7.8 HSE Schedule ............................................................................................................................................. 13
7. HSE Control ....................................................................................................................................................... 14
7.1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ......................................................................................................... 9
7.2. Protecting Equipment ............................................................................................................................... 10
7.3. HSE Facility ................................................................................................................................................ 14
7.4. HSE Activity ............................................................................................................................................... 14
7.5. Garbage and Waste Handling ................................................................................................................... 15
7.6. Green Construction ................................................................................................................................... 15
7.7. Measurement of Environmental Parameters ........................................................................................... 16
7.8. Method Statement.................................................................................................................................... 16
7.9. Job Safety Analysis ....................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
8. EMERGENCY RESPONSE .................................................................................................................................... 17
8.1. FIRST AID ...................................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
8.2. FIRE FIGHTER ................................................................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.
8.3. SECURITY ...................................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
8.4. Man Power Identity Data ............................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
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1. COMPANY PROFILE
PT Selaras Daya Utama, also known as SEDAYU, is Indonesia’s leading Renewable Energy Engineering
Procurement Construction (EPC) company, especially in Solar Power Systems – providing world-class engineering,
procurement, installation and support services to the private and public sectors. As one of the pioneers in Indonesia’s
Renewable Energy sector since 2009, SEDAYU has developed Solar Power Systems throughout Indonesia for Indonesia
State Electricity company, i.e. PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, i.e.
ESDM, Ministry of Transportation, Bank Indonesia and many others.

Working together with the world’s leading technology providers in Renewable Energy, including the world’s
largest integrated solar module manufacturing company – REC Solar (Norway), Sharp Solar (Japan), Panasonic (Japan)
and the world’s leader in Solar Inverter technology – ABB (Switzerland), SMA (Germany), Fronius (Austria), SUNGROW
and HUAWEI (China), SEDAYU always delivers the latest and the best technology according to the internationally
accepted best-practice implementation.

2. SITE IDENTIFICATION
The 1229KWp solar photovoltaic power system will be installed on the existing rooftop of HNK Indonesia –
Sampang Agung.

Location Project : PT Multi Bintang


Contractor : PT Selaras Daya Utama
Project Name : Heineken Tangerang Solar PV Project
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3. SCOPE OF WORK

LIST OF WORKS TOOLS

Scaffolding installation Wrench

Safety equipment installation Scaffolding

Marking for PV module and bracket in the Scaffolding, Measuring Tape, Yarn, Marker
rooftop

Moving Material Container to Warehouse Forklift, Truck

Lifting Solar Module and rail to Rooftop Forklift, Crane

Solar Bracket Installation Drill, Wrench, Screwdriver, L Key

Solar Rail Installation Wrench, L Key, Marker

Solar Module and PV cable installation Wrench, Screwdriver, Pliers, Marker

Inverter installation Drill, Wrench, Screwdriver

AC Combiner installation Drill, Wrench, Screwdriver

DC cable installation Plier, Scaffolding

AC cable installation Plier, Scaffolding

Monitoring system & Zero Export Drill, Wrench, Screwdriver


Controller

Installation of Water Pipe for Maintenance Wrench, Screwdriver, Pliers

System Interconnection Gloves, Wrench, Pliers


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4. OBJECTIVE, TARGET, AND PROGRAM


4.1. Objective
PT Selaras Daya Utama are highly committed to do Work Health Safety and Environment (WHSE) in every activity
by applying HSE Standard Operational Procedure which already comply to the law and regulation that is correspond
to Health and Safety Environment.

4.2. Target
The WHSE Target that need to be achieved in this project are:

1) Quality Target
Every working activity applies the Standard Operation Procedure to achieve expectable result that is stated
in the agreement.

2) Safety Target
The safety target is Zero Accident, which mean zero lost time injury.

3) Health Target
The health target is Zero Occupational Disease.

4) Environment Target
The environment target is Zero Pollution, which mean PT Selaras Daya Utama is committed to avoid
polluting the environment during the Solar Photovoltaic Power System installation in HNK Indonesia.

4.3. Program
PT Selaras Daya Utama, in every activity, are committed to ensure all involved workers in this project (directly or
indirectly) are in secure, healthy and safe condition. To fulfil that commitment, we make HSE Program which is
consist of:

1) HSE Regulation
 Occupational Health and Safety regulation
 Environmental regulation
 Drugs and Alcoholic regulation
 Safety riding and driving regulation
2) Planning
 Setting up Health and safety sign
3) Performance Monitoring
 Toolbox meeting
 Safety Patrol
 HSE committee meeting
 Reporting
 STOP Card
4) Inspection
 Environmental inspection
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 First Aid, Fire Management Inspection
 Security inspection
 Safety tools and equipment

If this plan is not properly followed, PT Selaras Daya Utama will:


- remove any person who fails to adopt and/or comply with the requirements detailed.
- suspend any activities that, presents or is likely to present an inappropriate level of HSE risk to persons, public or the environment.;

5. Project Organizational Structure


5.1 Organizational Structure

Project Manager
Ronny Sihaloho

Quality Manager
Vicky Vikranaya
Site Manager
Oit Rustana

Site
HSE Manager Project Support
Engineer
Nindy Febriani Yoga Bagus
Ilham Lubis

Installation
Team
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5.2 Role And Responsibility
1) Project Manager
a. Give managerial support and provide proper HSE facility conform to the Standard during the project
duration.
b. Responsible or involved to:
 Approve HSE problem Identification, HIRADC & HSE Program
 Control any aspect related to occupational health and safety
 HSE inspection activity
 Resource control
 Information distribution regarding to HSE
 Assemble emergency response team
 Make report to head quarter
 HSE audit and Appraisal
2) HSE Manager
a. Ensure the existence of QHSE procedure on-site
b. Responsible and involved to:
 Preparation of HSE problem Identification, HIRADC & HSE Program
 Preparation of legal and regulation requirement
 Preparation of HSE plan according to site condition
 Supply of First Aid facility
 Control any aspect related to occupational health and safety
 Supervise Sub-contractor implementation to HSE Procedure
 Ensure the HSE standard are met
 Coordinate the HSE inspection
 Resource control
 Hazardous material control and handling, ensure the label are properly and appropriately
attached
 Information distribution regarding to HSE
 External communication in term of HSE activity reporting to the corresponding agency
 Evaluate the conformity to the local government regulation.
 Involve in audit and appraisal of HSE activity, include the feedback action
 Measure the health and environmental parameter
 Prepare monthly report to the head quarter
3) HSE Coordinator
a. Supervise the technical implementation of QHSE according to the procedure and standard.
b. Responsible and involved to:
 Control any aspect related to occupational health and safety
 Ensure the HSE standard are met
 HSE work permit inspection
 Conduct HSE Patrol
 Resource control
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 Conduct HSE Induction to all workers on-site
 HSE talk/tool box meeting
 Involve in audit and appraisal of HSE activity
4) Site Manager
a. Together with his/her staff support and actively involved in the QHSE Procedure & standard
implementation on-site
b. Responsible and involved to:
 Preparation of HSE problem Identification, HIRADC & HSE Program
 Preparation of HSE plan according to site condition
 Control any aspect related to occupational health and safety
 Conduct HSE Inspection
 Prepare HSE Work Permit
 Conduct HSE Coordination meeting
 Resource control
 Hazardous material control and handling
 Waste control after work activity
 Supervise the implementation of HIRADC & HSE Program
 Install HSE sign on-site

6. PPE REQUIREMENT

Personal Protective Equipment that is require to be worn while working in the Workplace, except
inside offices or outside workplace are:

6.1 Mandatory PPE


1. Hard Hat or safety helmet as ANZI Z89.1-1986
2. Safety Shoes (type: Rigger Boot) as ANSI Z41-1991 (For Concrete work, wet work and land
preparation work use Safety Rubber Boot).
3. Safety Glasses with side shields as ANZI Z87.1-1989
4. Gloves (leather gloves shall be worn, welding, leather and cut resistant Kevlar).
5. Protective clothes (Meets ANSI/ISEA 107-1999 for high visibility safety apparel).
6. Vest (as specified in 33 CFR Subpart 14620).

6.2 Depend on the type of working being performed


1. Hearing Protection based on NIOSH (National institute Occupational Safety and Health)
recommendation.
2. Full body harness with double lanyard (shock absorbing type) for work above > 1.8 m both Sub-
Contractor and CONTRACTOR. It refers to ANSI Z359. 1-1999.
3. Welding Goggles / mask / glove
4. Face Shields.
5. Masks
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6.3 For initial issue of PPE
This procedure applies to:
 Safety helmets
 Safety glasses
 Safety shoes
 Full body harnesses, lanyards and other special items of PPE will be issues as required.

Safety shoes will be replaced at least after on year used, safety glasses will be replaced every six
months. However if protective equipment is unserviceable it shall be replaced.

Management will issue the required PPE to each new employee at no cost. Stock keeper is
responsible for maintaining adequate stocks of PPE at all times.

Stock keeper shall liaise with HSE Coordinator and users on the suability of proposed or new PPE.
Subcontractor Management should comply with the requirements.

6.4 Matrix of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)


No ACTIVITIES PPE
Safety Safety Full Safety Safety Safety Earplug Dust
Helmet Shoes Body Glasses Vest/wear Gloves Mask
Harness pack
1 Mobilization √ √ V √ √ √
2 Scaffolding √ √ √ √ √ √
3 Safety √ √ √ √ √ √
equipment
installation
4 Marking PV Area √ √ √ √ √
5 Lifting Material √ √ √ √ √ √ √
6 Bracket and Rail √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √
Installation
7 Installing PV √ √ √ √ √ C
Module
8 DC Cable Run √ √ √ √ √ √
and Installation
9 AC Cable Run √ √ √ √
and Installation
10 Hot Thermal √ √ √ √ √ √ √
Work
11 Interconnection √ √ √ √
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6.5 Matrix of Protecting Equipment

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
NO LOCATION
Fire Lighting Safety Safety Safety Scaffolding,
Extinguisher Equipment Barricade Sign, Lifeline ladder
Warning
1 Rooftop √ √ √ √ √
2 Inverter Room √ √
3 LVMDP Room √ √
4 Mobilization Area √ √ √
5 Lifting Area √ √ √ √

7. HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


6.1 Potential Hazard Identification
High risk and the most hazardous potential of every action shall be identified prior to the project
commencement. Process of Construction and commissioning work
Potential hazards on construction and commissioning work shall be identified with JSA (Job
Safety Analysis) program. All the identified risk shall be reduced and under control as per
standard, procedure and work instruction issued by Government and International rules.

(Please find Appendix Job Safety Analysis (JSA)).

6.2 Safety Induction


Safety Induction is conducted by Project HSE/Coordinator of CONTRACTOR to all new employees or visitors
coming to the project site at the first time. CONTRACTOR will conduct post test after safety Induction.
Employee, who failed the induction test, shall not be allowed to work at CLIENT premises.

Material consist of:

 Risk and Hazardous condition that could occur on-site


 Safety action and required protection device on-site
 Protection equipment for worker correspond to each task
 Safety working method and behavior

6.3 Tool Box Meeting


In-depth technical guidance of HSE will be given to every personnel for every task/ location/ product/ service
that contain risk. Held by HSE Officer. The in-depth HSE guidance is the form of:

 HSE Talk, general briefing to all corresponding unit in one working area.
 Tool Box Meeting, 10-15 minutes’ team briefing to corresponding unit in one working area or working
discipline, JSA and HIRADC Talk for worker correspond to each task
Aside of giving the guidance, HSE talk and Tool Box meeting is a forum for worker to give feedback and
consult related to HSE case.
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6.4 Safety Checklist
Safety checklist consist of:
1) Visual check of equipment
2) PPE Check
 Full Body Harness: Sternal & Dorsal D-ring (front & rear), Positioning D-ring (right and left side), Back
Padding, Lanyard Positioning
 Full Arrester Lanyard: Shock absorber with 2 ropes and big snap-hook in both end
 Work Positioning Lanyard with little snap-hook in one end
3) Safety Helmet, Safety Shoes, Safety Gloves, Safety Glasses
4) Tools Check
5) Task and responsibility distribution
6) Safety Kit:
 To be installed
 For documentation
7) Personnel medical check-up who work on-site:
 Visual check by Team Leader

6.5 Sub-Contractor Regulation


In general, before the bidding process sub-contractor candidate will be briefed about the HSE
requirement and regulation if they are chosen as the subcontractor.

In specific, the chosen subcontractor shall ask approval to the PT Selaras Daya Utama Project Team
about their working plan, and during the installation they shall follow the agreed regulation in the project. PT
Selaras Daya Utama will make sure that the subcontractors are certificated and comply with the WHSE
Requirements.

6.6 HSE Inspection & Patrol


Project team from PT Selaras Daya Utama and the subcontractor will do join HSE inspection. The
purpose of the inspection is to keep the consistent implementation of HSE standard during the project period.

HSE project team shall include the working area. Special intention shall be given to the area that has
been identified as accident-prone and has high pollution potential. HSE team will give direct notification to
stop the activity if hazardous activity were founded.

The inspection and supervision are only performed by personnel that are sufficiently competent,
educated, and trained for the task they are allocated to perform. PT Selaras Daya Utama shall identify and
provide adequate HSE training to all personnel and shall include additional refresher and familiarization
training as appropriate. The training records will be maintained.
Inspection by Management every month
- Execution/working Procedure
- Management system
- Policy
- Skill and quality of the workers
General HSE Construction Equipment and Personal Protective Equipment Inspection
- Lifting Equipment Inspection
- Heavy Equipment Inspection
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- Welding machine, Transformer, Rectifier Inspection
- Hand Power Tool Inspection
- Compressed Cylinder Gas Inspection
- Air Compressor Inspection
- Portable Fire Extinguisher Inspection
- Personal Protective Equipment Inspection

Housekeeping and Industrial Hygiene Inspection:


- Flammable material storage
- Site Office
- Workshop
- Fuel Storage
- Work Place
- Wearing of PPE

Environmental Inspection:
- Hazardous waste
- Non-schedule waste

Inspection Schedule:
- Daily
- Management joint safety patrol to be conducted by Contractor by Contractor management and
Subcontractor’s
- Management in coordination with HSE clients. (weekly)
- General Inspection / CHSEMS Audit (monthly) Work In Progress
- Tools, equipment and Safety equipment and Safety equipment included PPE (monthly, weekly, and
daily) and before delivery to project site.

Color Code Inspection:


- Color coding will follow COMPANY procedure
- Sling Inspection and Cable Inspection require to conduct color coding system

6.7 HSE Documentation and Reporting


Contractor will report in monthly basis as Company requirement as following data:
- Contractor and subcontractor total workhours
- Incidents
- Training
- Safety Meeting
- Waste Management
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Document that shall be reported are :

Person In
No Document Name Schedule Report To
Charge
Client & PT. Selaras Daya
1 HSE Monthly Report HSE Monthly
Utama
Welding Client, PT. Selaras Daya
2 Major Accident Superintendent 1 x 24 Hours Utama and Government
/HSE bodies
Welding
Client & PT. Selaras Daya
3 Medical Treatment Superintendent 1 x 24 Hours
Utama
/HSE
Disability Accident,
Fatality Accident and Welding
4 Environmental that Superintendent 1 x 24 Hours Company
need government /HSE
concerned

6.8 HSE Schedule


HSE Program PIC Bulan
1 2 3 4 5 6
Induction HSE Man √
Safety HSE Man √ √ √ √ √ √
Talk/Toolbox
Meeting
HSE Training HSE √
Man/HSE
Officer
HSE HSE √ √
Inspection Man/HSE
Officer
HSE Audit HSE √ √
Officer
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8. HSE Control
8.1 HSE Facility
NO DESCRIPTION REMARKS
A Accident Management
1 First Aid Post In HSE Office: equipped with stretcher and First Aid
Box
2 First Aid Personnel HSE Personnel with First Aid training
3 Communication Device Handy Talkie & Hand Phone
B Fire Management
1 Light Fire Extinguisher Fire Extinguisher, Water, Rucksack
C Health Management
1 Worker’s Health Check-up Every worker should have Health Certificate by
doctors yearly
2 Worker Canteen Not available in this project
3 Worker Toilet Portable toilet
8.2 HSE Activity
NO ACTIVITY PARTICIPANT TIME PIC
A Communication
1 HSE Induction Every New Worker Once before first day HSE
of work at Officer

2 HSE Talk All Workers, Foreman, and Every day HSE


Subcontractors Officer

3 Toolbox Meeting Working Unit Every day HSE Supervisor

B Training & Simulation


1 Fire Extinguisher Emergency Response Structural Work & HSE
Leader Test Comm Officer
2 Evacuation Workers Structural Work & HSE
Test Comm Officer
3 P3K / First Aid First Aid Team, & Structural Work & HSE
Subcontractor Test Comm Officer
C Inspection
1 HSE Patrol HSE Supervisor & HSE Every Day HSE Supervisor
Officer
2 HSE Inspection Project manager, HSE Every Monday at PM/HSE
Officer, HSE Supervisor, 09.00 WIB – ends Officer
Mechanic & Subcontractor
3 Inspection Tool Mechanic, Tool 2 times a week at Mechanic/
9.00 WIB - ends HSE Officer
D Training
1 Cable Installation Installer Team Prior to Project Electrical HSE/
HSE Officer
3 PV Installation Installer Team Prior to Project Electrical HSE/
HSE Officer
4 Inverter Installation Installer Team Prior to Project Electrical HSE/
HSE Officer
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8.3 Garbage and Waste Handling
To fulfill the HSE commitment and caring to the environment, Project team will do hazardous
material and Waste Management.

The garbage and waste in the project location should be separated according to the classification. The
regulation of waste disposal is:

No Waste Type Indicator Example

1 Organic Green & Sign Food waste


2 Non-organic Yellow & Sign Plastic, Glass, Metal
3 Solid Hazardous & Red & Sign Electronic waste, metal tin
Toxic Waste
4 Liquid Hazardous & Yellow & Sign Paint, Grease
Toxic Waste
5 Metal Waste Grey & Sign Metal/ steel, Cable remain, Rail remain

The amount of hazardous and toxic material should be minimized, and only should be used as needed
by the project. Every data of hazardous and toxic material should be recorded in form K3L-15 and should
always be updated.
The use of hazardous and toxic material should be with extra careful, and required the worker to use
protection devices according to the requirement and prerequisite material information of the corresponding
hazardous and toxic material. MSDS should always be available for every hazardous and toxic material.
Team project will manage the location and prepare the storage location for hazardous & toxic
material’s waste. The entry and discharge of hazardous & toxic material’s waste should be recorded. The waste
will be collected by the appointed third party periodically.

8.4 Green Construction


All activities in this project will be in line with go-green program to reduce the impact of Global Warming.
The programs are:
 Turn off lighting when it is unnecessary
 Shut down electrical devices when it is not used
 Use reusable water container for drinking
 Avoid using one-time use plastic
 Use two-sided paper printing if possible
 Garbage separation
 Saving water and water conversion
 Closed the tap water after use
 Hazardous material should be located in special area according to the Cleanliness and Tidiness standard
of PT Selaras Daya Utama and equipped with sign.
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8.5 Measurement of Environmental Parameters
PT Selaras Daya Utama is committed to keep the air quality, waste water and sound noise produced by
the project.

PT Selaras Daya Utama will conduct measurement according to the quality standard. If there is
nonconformity from the measurement, then the project team shall conduct corrective action.

Cleanliness and tidiness are some of PT Selaras Daya Utama top priorities. In this project, several officers
will have a duty to clean-up the area during the project period, according to the Cleanliness and Tidiness Standard.

9. METHOD STATEMENT
This is arrangement of method statement in the project

a. Mobilization and lifting


 Mobilization is carried using truck to material lifting area through front gate – storage area -material
lifting area
 Lifting material is carried using motorized/manual pulley from the material lifting area
b. PV Mounting Installation
 First, we will drill the rooftop, and then install the bracket with screw, after that install the rail on
the bracket using nut and bolt.
 Ensure that the mounting properly installed on the rooftop and give mark if screw and bolt is tightly
mounted
c. PV Module Installation
Install the PV module on the rail of mounting, do the PV cable wiring according to the design, install the PV
module with screw, and then ensure the screw tightly mounted and give mark if it done
d. Inverter Installation
Install the mounting inverter on HKE Indonesia existing wall using dyna bolt according to the design, and
then install the inverter on the mounting with screw, ensure the screw tightly mounted, and give mark.
e. DC Installation
DC cable runs will be done from rooftop to the inverter, DC cable runs go through the cable duct. Install
the DC cable to the port of inverter. The DC cable must be installed according to the design. Ensure the
DC cable installed properly to the inverter port.
f. AC Installation
AC cable runs will be done from inverter to AC Combiner and then from AC combiner to HNK Indonesia
Existing LVMDP. The AC cable runs goes through existing cable tray. Install AC cable by terminating the
cable to the terminal of inverter, AC combiner, and existing LVMDP. Install AC cable according to the
design. Ensure that AC cable is properly installed
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10.EMERGENCY RESPONSE
 HSE Manager and team are responsible to plan the Emergency Response simulation. All workers are
responsible to notify the danger signal to the security officer.
 Muster point location will be in the open space near the exit door of the project, where all worker could be
evacuated immediately. During the safety induction, all workers will be notified the location of First Aid and
Light Fire Extinguisher.
 First Aid should be checked and updated regularly.
 Inflammable objects and materials should not be overly stock in the project site to avoid the possibility of huge
wildfire.
 Emergency Response follows the following fire reporting procedures to workers :

SELF EXTINGUISH
FIRE / FIRE -WET WASTE
HAPPENED -SAND
-FIRE EXTINGUISER

REPORT TO SECURITY
SELESAI

DIRECTLY INTO THE HSE OFFICER COORDINATES FIRE


REPORT TO ED
SECURITY LOCATION EXTINGUISHERS AND EVACUATION
PROJECT / PM UNIT
TEAM

IMPLEMENT WORK REPORT TO FIRE


EVACUATIONS DEPARTMENT

PLACE IN A SAFE COME TO THE SITE


REGION

FIRE FIGHTING
PROCESS

COORDINATION ON THE SITE

FINISH
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Work Accident emergency flowchart:

ACCIDENTS
HAPPENED

Effect?

Minor injuries
Died

Luka Berat
Report Safety man, Project
Superintendent, and the person in
Report Safety man, Project charge of the location
Superintendent, and the Report Safety man, Project
person in charge of the location Superintendent, and the person
in charge of the location
Contact the Security
Coordinator

Treatment / First Aid


Contact the Security Take the victim to the hospital
Coordinator

Selesai Paperwork:
-Report to the police
Call Ambulance to be taken to the -Visum
hospital -Delivery orders

Died

Bring the body and


Needs recovery Check up result accident data recording

Insurance report

FINISH
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10.1 Emergency Department

TEAM LEADER
OIT RUSTANA

SITE MANAGER HSE OFFICER


ILHAM LUBIS NINDY

EVACUATION FIRE FIGHTER


P3K TEAM
TEAM TEAM
APPLICATOR
APPLICATOR APPLICATOR

Duties and functions of the emergency response unit:


1. Determine and deal with Company emergencies.
2. Conduct joint emergency response exercises and involve all employees regularly.
3. Carrying out routine / non-routine meetings on the performance of the Emergency Response Unit

10.2 List of Emergency Contact Numbers


The following is attached Information telephone number for emergencies in Tangerang City:
1. PT. Multi Bintang Indonesia Officer : (021) 27880800
2. Hermina Hospital Daan Mogot-IGD : (021) 5408989
3. Ambulance (118 atau 119)
4. Polres Tangerang Jl Daan Mogot : 021 – 5523003
5. PMI Tangerang City, Jl. Jend. Sutoyo No.15 Tangerang : 021 – 553-1310

12. EMERGENCY RESPONSE