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4.2 Risk assessment project (i)


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4.2 Risk assessment project (i)

  1. 1. Name Md Farid Talif End-of-course date 13/11/2015 Trainin Ris k ass ess me nt for m Total m
  2. 2. Marks Assessor’s name Md Farid Date Description of process, activity or task to be risk assessed Describe the location where the activities are taking place The location located at Bandar Seri Begawan, which is the heart of Brunei Darussal building, car park and near commercial building. We build Plan, negation, purposed customer’s decided first if there want to customized their own dream house or we gi new idea. The size of land 0.750 feet/sq2 . There is main door in front and the exit or office beside toilet. Describe the activities being performed We as Charted company are selected to be role model for their Lead Planner Archite doing client renovation house, we always made our client satisfied with their own d our company. But only half of the staff working Office Hours. Describe the equipment and/or substances being used CCTV for monitoring activities, Desktop & laptop for easily working with the prog measure and drawing Plan and Personal Protective Equipment for safety when visiti cleaning chemical (toxic and corrosive) such as Clorox - 5 liter, Pleged – 3 liter, Kle – 5 liter, Murphy Oil Soap – 6 liter. Perfume Lavender for toilet and office - 10 piec
  3. 3. Describe the people involved in these activities (and others who might be affected) Security are present to public to enter and also monitor to movement of vehicle and such as Architect, Consultants, Civil Engineering, Quantity and Survey, Client, Boa Officers , Client and inspection visitor.
  4. 4. Risk assessment form Description of hazard and hazardous event Who might be harmed? What risk controls are currently in place? Current risk rating* Are further controls needed? Date to be completed Residual risk rating* L C R L C R L o c a t i H-Office HE- The fire reduced by water Sprinkler and Fire Extinguisher.  Client  Staff  Supervisor Buddy system Clear communication on 4 5 20 Always Supervise Client and Staff when doing work. By next three days 3 1 2 A c t i v i t H-getting in and out HE-Burning / Trip wires at desktop.  Staff  Supervisor The fire from burning computer and trip wires are reduced. 4 4 16 Properly label fire tools and fire exit, needed fire protection. By this week 3 2 6 Eq u i p m e n  Fire Extinguisher  Fire Blanket  Sodium Oxide -Client -Unauthorized Person Proper fire extinguisher to be used. 4 4 16 Competent personal to handle situation and well- person. By this week 2 2 4 Marks
  5. 5. H = hazard
  6. 6. HE= hazard Event Consequence of hazardous event 1 insignificant – no injury 2 minor – minor injuries needing first aid 3 moderate – up to three days’ absence 4 major – more than seven days’ absence 5 catastrophic – death Risk Rating Calculator Likelihood that hazardous event will occur 1 very unlikely 2 unlikely 3 fairly likely 4 likely 5 very likely Action Level Table Risk rating Action 20–25 Stop – stop activity and take immediate action 15–16 Urgent action – take immediate action and stop activity if necessary, maintain existing controls rigorously 8–12 Action – improve within specified timescale 3–6 Monitor – look to improve at next review or if there is a significant change 1–2 No action – no further action but ensure controls are maintained and reviewed Example risk assessment
  7. 7. Description of hazard and hazardous event Who might be harmed? What risk controls are currently in place? Current risk rating* Are further controls needed? Date to be completed by Residual risk rating* L C R L C R Activiti es Filling car with petrol, leading to spillage Person filling vehicle and others on forecourt Auto pump cut off, signage and plastic gloves 4 2 8 Make available paper towels, sand and absorbent material By next week 3 2 6