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  1. 1. QHSE Department Page 1
  2. 2. QHSE Department Page 2 Substructure water proofing with membrane & pile cap treatment Identified Hazard 1.Dust particles 2.Slip Trip and Fall on the same level 3.Manual handling 4.Spillage of Chemical on eyes during opening the tin/mixing 5.Short circuit Risk Assessment Ref : ASCCO-RA008-R1
  3. 3. QHSE Department 3 Identified Hazard 6. Protruding or sharp edges 7. Fall of worker/Fall of materials 8. Storage of MCG cylinders 9. Fire/Open flame 10.Inhalation of hazardous dusts/fumes and aerosols 11.Exposure to extreme weather condition Substructure water proofing with membrane & pile cap treatment Risk Assessment Ref : ASCCO-RA008-R1
  4. 4. Risk: Dust can cause discomfort, skin irritation, cough and Eye injuries if exposed improperly. The effect can be acute or chronic or affect the equipment. QHSE Department Page 4 Hazard : Dust particles • Maintain regular housekeeping. • Use of water to control the dust. • Proper posture as per wind direction. • Ensure your colleague is safe while dusting. •Ask and use Safety Goggles. • Ask and Use dust mask. •Use Eye Wash if affected. •Seek first aid or Medical attention if affected. Do’s
  5. 5. QHSE Department 5 Risk: Dust can cause discomfort, skin irritation, cough and Eye injuries if exposed improperly. The effect can be acute or chronic or affect the equipments QHSE Department Page 5 Hazard : Dust particles •Don’t use the damaged dust mask •Don’t use the damaged goggles •Don’t blow the dust suddenly •Don’t do the dusting work in the closed environment •Don’t administrate first aid if not familiar with the procedure Don’ts
  6. 6. Risk: Injury due to fall on the sharp edges/uneven surface QHSE Department Page 6 Hazard : Slip, Trip and Fall on the same level • Perform self inspection before proceeding the work . • Pay attention on slippery surfaces. • Report the liquid spillage on floors. • Walk carefully . • Barricade the working area. • Ensure the loose wiring doesn’t affect you or others. • Place appropriate warning signs at work area. • Use appropriate safety shoes. • Maintain proper housekeeping. • Seek first aid or medical attention if affected. Do’s
  7. 7. QHSE Department 7 Risk: Injury due to fall on the sharp edges/uneven surface QHSE Department Page 7 Hazard : Slip, Trip and Fall on the same level • Don’t run in the work area. • Don’t carry the objects affecting your visibility. • Don’t work in the condition where visibility is not clear. • Don’t leave the objects on the floor which will affect you or others. • Don’t obstruct the pathway. • Don’t administrate first aid if you are not familiar with the practice. Don’ts
  8. 8. Risk: Back injury due to improper technique for manual lift, bruise and material damage. QHSE Department Page 8 Hazard : Manual Handling Do’s • Think before you lift anything. • Ensure the material doesn't’ t have any sharp edges to harm. • Always follow the manual lifting techniques. • Ensure the load is not above your lifting capability. • Use the trolleys for transporting the materials. • Use appropriate PPE. • Ask help & advice if you require. • Seek first aid if you are injured.
  9. 9. Risk: Back injury due to improper technique for manual lift, bruise and material damage. QHSE Department Page 9 Hazard : Manual Handling • Don’t carry anything that obstructs you view. • Don’t lift anything if you are not sure about the weight of it. • Don’t carry anything in a way which will harm others while carrying. Don’ts
  10. 10. Risk: Ill health, Hand & eye irritation or injury QHSE Department Page 10 Hazard : Spillage of Chemical on eye during opening the tin/mixing Do’s • Used/handled by competent workers only. •Understand the Material Safety Data Sheet/COSHH Assessment. • Understand the Hazard category. • Use the appropriate chemicals. • Ask your supervisor for the instruction on usage. • Store the chemicals in appropriate manner. • Use PPE. • Wash your hands prior eating or drinking. • Report to your supervisor if any discomfort. • Seek first aid if affected.
  11. 11. QHSE Department 11 Risk: Ill health, Hand & eye irritation or injury QHSE Department Page 11 Hazard : Spillage of Chemical on eye during opening the tin/ mixing Don’ts • Don’t store the chemicals in the unlabeled container. • Don’t use the chemical if you are not authorized to do so. • Don’t use anonymous water bottles.
  12. 12. Risk: Severe burns due to contact with live electrical cables, shock, fatality/Electrocution. QHSE Department Page 12 Hazard : Short circuit Do’s • Proper Male-Female industrial socket must be used for power connection. • Double insulated cables should be used and checked regularly for an kind of damage. • Use 110v power tools. • Only competent technician should be allowed to repair. • Fire extinguisher to be kept handy. • Usage of appropriate PPE. • Use appropriate tool • Seek first aid if injured.
  13. 13. QHSE Department 13 Risk: Severe burns due to contact with live electrical cables, shock, fatality/Electrocution. QHSE Department Page 13 Hazard : Short circuit Don’ts • Don’t use uninspected/faulty tools . • Don’t remove any guards/handle. • Don’t attempt the shortcuts. • Don’t use personal tools. • Don’t administrate first aid if not familiar with the practice.
  14. 14. Risk: Minor laceration, bruise or bodily injuries from sharp edges. QHSE Department Page 14 Hazard : Protruding or sharp edges Do’s • Provide rebar caps on protruding steel bars. • Bend the top end of protruding steel bars. • Barricading the workplace. • Appropriate storage practice. • Report unsafe conditions. • Remove the protruding objects if unsafe. • Perform self inspection before proceeding the work. • Keep protruding objects separate from other debris. • Always maintain the housekeeping during and after the work. • Use appropriate PPE. • Seek first aid if injured.
  15. 15. QHSE Department 15 Risk: Minor laceration, bruise or bodily injuries from sharp edges. QHSE Department Page 15 Hazard : Protruding or sharp edges Don’ts • Don’t remove any guards. • Don’t leave any sharp object on the floor unattended. • Don’t administrate first aid if not familiar with the practice.
  16. 16. Risk: Fatality, injuries due to fall from height, property damage QHSE Department Page 16 Do’s • Permit to work at height. • Always be alert while working. • Use safety harness if working above 1.8 meters from floor. • Edge protection/Toe board on working platform to avoid fall of materials. • Inspect and Secure your ladder. • Provide proper permanent scaffolding for height works. • Only use the scaffolding which is inspected or tagged. • Only the authorized person to erect the scaffoldings. • Ensure the area below is secured with barricades and warning signs. • Usage of appropriate PPE. • Report the unsafe condition to your supervisor. Hazard : Fall of worker/Fall of materials
  17. 17. QHSE Department 17 Risk: Fatality, injuries due to fall from height, property damage QHSE Department Page 17 Don’ts • Don’t take any short cuts even for short duration. • Don’t use ladder as work platform. • Don’t use ladder without securing it. • Don’t climb without appropriate access equipment. • Alteration of scaffolding is not allowed. Hazard : Fall of worker/Fall of materials
  18. 18. QHSE Department 18 QHSE Department Page 18 Do’s • Cylinders should be stored in designated shaded area, well ventilated away from direct sunlight. • Cylinder storage should be away from all sources of ignition. • Proper Segregation of Empty and Full cylinder. • Cylinder storage should be away from any vehicular movement. • Fire extinguishers must be kept handy near storage. • Proper warning signage's should be placed at storage. • Always be on alert. • Always maintain the housekeeping during and after the work. Hazard : Storage of MCG cylinders Risk: Fire explosion, property damage
  19. 19. QHSE Department 19QHSE Department 19 QHSE Department Page 19 Don’ts • Don’t smoke near the storage area. • Don’t store full and empty cylinder together. • Do not remove fire extinguisher from storage area. • Do not leave the cylinder unattended at site. Hazard : Storage of MCG cylinders Risk: Fire explosion, property damage
  20. 20. Risk: Fatality or severe burn to the worker / property damage QHSE Department Page 20 Hazard : Fire/Open flame Do’s • Obtain Permit prior commencing the work. • Only trained/Competent workers to be allowed for torch application. • Periodical inspection of hose for leakage. • Flash back arrestor must be present. • Cylinder must be in upright position. • DCP fire extinguisher, fire blanket must be kept handy. • Always be on alert • Always maintain the housekeeping during and after the work • Follow the work instruction • If any doubt ask • Use appropriate PPE & Fire fighting device • Seek first aid if affected • Inform the supervisor if the work completed
  21. 21. QHSE Department 21 Risk: Fatality or severe burn to the worker / property damage QHSE Department Page 21 Hazard : Fire/Open flame Don’ts • Don’t proceed the work if you are not authorized to do the work. • Don’t smoke in the work area. • Don’t use the inappropriate tool. • Don’t attempt the shortcuts. • Don’t administrate first aid if not familiar with the practice. • Don’t energize the equipment without approval.
  22. 22. QHSE Department 22 Risk: Eye irritation/Skin irritation, respiratory distress. QHSE Department Page 22 Hazard : Inhalation of hazardous dusts/fumes and aerosols • Materials to be used as per MSDS. • COSHH Assessments for all hazardous chemicals. • Harmful dusts, fumes and aerosols are extracted at source by local Exhaust Ventilation. • Confined space permit if required. • Personal Protective Equipment (chemical cartridge masks) to be provided. • Place appropriate warning signs at work area. • Maintain proper housekeeping . • Seek first aid or medical attention if affected. Do’s
  23. 23. QHSE Department 23QHSE Department 23 Risk: Eye irritation/Skin irritation, respiratory distress. QHSE Department Page 23 Hazard : Inhalation of hazardous dusts/fumes and aerosols • Don’t work without PPE (cartridge mask). • Don’t work in confined space without approval. • Don’t administrate first aid if you are not familiar with the practice. Don’ts
  24. 24. QHSE Department 24 Risk: Dehydration, Blurred vision, Dizziness/Headache. QHSE Department Page 24 Hazard : Exposure to extreme weather conditions Do’s • Take frequent breaks • Drink plenty of water. • Use of safety goggles. • Proper clothing to avoid weather conditions. • Ask help & advice if you require.
  25. 25. QHSE Department 25QHSE Department 25 Risk: Dehydration, Blurred vision, Dizziness/Headache. QHSE Department Page 25 Hazard : Exposure to extreme weather conditions Don’ts • Don’t work during mid day break. • Do not smoke. • Do not work regularly.
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