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DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT

Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Split AC Units
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Transport of Traffic collision fall
Public
1. Conduct PEP talk before
Site
units
of material
Employee
loading/unloading.
engineer /
s and
2. Only inspected vehicles found fit shall
Section Inworkmen
be engaged.
charge
3. Condition of vehicle shall be checked
and approved before transport of units
4. The units shall be firmly placed in the
truck.
5. Units shall be tightly secured using
Nylon ropes.
6. Vehicle with suitable platform &
foldable side gates shall be engaged to
prevent fall of items.
Installation 1Fall of men from
Public
1. All Personnel equipments Shall be worn
Site
of Units
Ladder/scaffold.
Employee
by workmen.
engineer /
2. Fall of material
s and
2. Sufficient workmen / Rigger shall be
Section Infrom Height.
workmen
engaged for unloading of Units.
charge
3. Injury from using
3. Use of safety helmets, Shoes, Florescent
hack saw, cutter etc.
Jacket, and other relevant PPEs ensured
4. dust, debris and
for all workers.
Splinters
4. Tools and material shall not be scattered

5. Trip hazard

around the work place and shall be neatly


stacked in a convenient location.
DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT
Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Ducting erection
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Transport of Traffic collision, fall Public
1. Conduct PEP talk before
Site
Ducting
of material
Employee
loading/unloading.
engineer /
s and
2. Only inspected vehicles found fit shall
Section Inworkmen
be engaged.
charge
3. Condition of vehicle shall be checked
and approved before transport of units
4. The duct material shall be firmly placed
in the truck.
5. Duct shall be tightly secured using
Nylon ropes.
6. Vehicle with suitable platform &
foldable side gates shall be engaged to
prevent fall of items.
Installation 1Fall of men from
Public
1. All Personnel equipments Shall be worn
Site
of Ducting
Ladder/scaffold.
Employee
by workmen.
engineer /
2. Fall of material
s and
2. Sufficient workmen / Rigger shall be
Section Infrom Height.
workmen
engaged for unloading of ducting.
charge
3. Injury from using
3. Use of safety helmets, Shoes, Florescent
hack saw, cutter,
Jacket, and other relevant PPEs ensured

drilling machine etc.


4. Dust, debris and
Splinters.

for all workers.


4. Tools and material shall not be scattered
around the work place and shall be neatly
stacked in a convenient location.
DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT
Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Piping Erection
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Transport of Traffic collision, fall Public
1. Conduct PEP talk before
Site
Piping
of material
Employee
loading/unloading.
engineer /
material
s and
2. Only inspected vehicles found fit shall
Section Inworkmen
be engaged.
charge
3. Condition of vehicle shall be checked
and approved before transport of units
4. The piping material shall be firmly
placed in the truck.
5. Piping material shall be tightly secured
using Nylon ropes.
6. Vehicle with suitable platform &
foldable side gates shall be engaged to
prevent fall of items.
Piping
1Fall of men from
Public
1. All Personnel equipments Shall be worn
Site
support
Ladder/scaffold.
Employee
by workmen.
engineer /
work
2. Fall of material
s and
2. Ladders used to drill anchor fasteners
Section Infrom Height.
workmen
should be in good condition.
charge

3. Injury from using


drilling machine etc.
4. Dust, debris and
Splinters.

3. Use of safety helmets, Shoes, safety


belts, safety goggles and other relevant
PPEs ensured for all workers.
4. Tools and material shall not be scattered
around the work place and shall be neatly
stacked in a convenient location.
DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT
Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Piping Erection
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Piping
1Fall of men from
Public
1. All Personnel equipments Shall be worn
Site
erection
Ladder/scaffold.
Employee
by workmen.
engineer /
2. Fall of material
s and
2. Ladders used to erect pipe should be in
Section Infrom Height.
workmen
good condition.
charge
3. Injury from using
3. Use grinding machine, gas cutting sets
drilling machine,
or flaring tools for pipe cutting works.
pipe cutting tools etc.
4. Use of safety helmets, Shoes, safety
4. Dust, debris and
belts, safety goggles and other relevant
Splinters.
PPEs ensured for all workers.
5. Tools and material shall not be scattered
around the work place and shall be neatly
stacked in a convenient location.

DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT


Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Insulation Works
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Transport of Traffic collision, fall Public
1. Conduct PEP talk before
Site
Insulation
of material and
Employee
loading/unloading.
engineer /
Material damage
s and
2. Care should be taken that the material is
Section Inworkmen
covered so that no water enters.
charge
3. Condition of vehicle shall be checked
and approved before transport of units
4. The duct material shall be firmly placed
in the truck.
5. Duct shall be tightly secured using
Nylon ropes.
6. Vehicle with suitable platform &
foldable side gates shall be engaged to
prevent fall of items.
Installation 1Fall of men from
Public
1. All Personnel equipments Shall be worn
Site
of
Ladder/scaffold.
Employee
by workmen.
engineer /

insulation

2. Allergy due to
material in case of
rock wool.
3. Dust, debris and
Splinters.

s and
workmen

2. Gloves should be used and skin should


Section Innot be exposed to the insulation material.
charge
3. Use of safety helmets, Shoes, Safety
belt, and other relevant PPEs ensured for
all workers.
4. Tools and material shall not be scattered
around the work place and shall be neatly
stacked in a convenient location.
DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT
Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Insulation Works
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Transport of Traffic collision, fall Public
1. Conduct PEP talk before
Site
Insulation
of material and
Employee
loading/unloading.
engineer /
Material damage
s and
2. Care should be taken that the material is
Section Inworkmen
covered so that no water enters.
charge
3. Condition of vehicle shall be checked
and approved before transport of units
4. The duct material shall be firmly placed
in the truck.
5. Duct shall be tightly secured using
Nylon ropes.
6. Vehicle with suitable platform &
foldable side gates shall be engaged to
prevent fall of items.

Installation
of
insulation

1Fall of men from


Ladder/scaffold.
2. Allergy due to
material in case of
rock wool.
3. Dust, debris and
Splinters.

Public
Employee
s and
workmen

1. All Personnel equipments Shall be worn


Site
by workmen.
engineer /
2. Gloves should be used and skin should
Section Innot be exposed to the insulation material.
charge
3. Use of safety helmets, Shoes, Safety
belt, and other relevant PPEs ensured for
all workers.
4. Tools and material shall not be scattered
around the work place and shall be neatly
stacked in a convenient location.
DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT
Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Electrical Equipments
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Use of
Electrical shock,
Public
1. Pre-use check conducted by users
Site
electrical
Burns and fire
Employee
2. All electrical equipment brought on to
engineer /
equipment
s and
the site must have been electrically tested.
Section Inworkmen
3. Ensure that workers know how to use
charge
the electrical equipment safely.
4. Ensure there are no trailing cables that
can cause people to trip or fall.
5. Stop using equipment immediately if it
appears faulty have it checked by a
competent person.
6. Consider using a residual current device

Use of
extension
leads

Power leads present


a tripping hazard
(Cuts / abrasions,
muscular skeletal
and other physical
injuries)

Public
Employee
s and
workmen

between the electrical supply and the


equipment, especially when working
outdoors, or within a wet or confined
place.
1. Careful location
2. Sufficient outlets to support the range of
equipment normally used. Use extension
leads and adaptors only where necessary.
3. Leads length and rated high enough for
the job.
4. Use of cable covers where cables are a
trip hazard.
5. Use one adaptor per socket only,
adaptors should not be plugged into
adaptors

Site
engineer /
Section Incharge

DETAILED RISK ASSESSMENT


Contractor Name:
Risk Assessment for: Electrical Equipments
Originator Name:
Contract
Signature
Date:
Risk Ranking
L=Low priority to be
M=Medium priority to be scheduled H=High priority to be acted upon
implemented when resources
as soon as practicable
immediately
allow
Task/Eleme
Potential Hazards
Populatio
Risk
Proposed Control measures
Revised
Action By
nt
n at risk
Ranking
Ranking
L M H
L M H
Defective
Electrical shock,
Public
1. Any unsafe electrical items removed
Site
equipment
Burns and fire
Employee
from use to secure location until properly
engineer /
s and
repaired / disposed of
Section Inworkmen
2. Visual inspections of electrical
charge
equipment prior to use.
3. No one must be permitted to bring their
electrical equipment on to the premises
unless that equipment has been electrically
tested.
Before
Starting a
Machine

Electrical shock,
Burns and fire

Public
Employee
s and
workmen

1. Check that the machine is complete,


with all safeguards fitted, and free from
defects. The term safeguarding includes
guards, interlocks, two hand controls, light
guards, etc, Check that the supplier
provide the right safeguards.
2. Ensure every static machine has been
installed properly and is stable.
3.Make sure the machine is properly
switched off, isolated or locked-off before
taking any action to remove blockages,

clean or adjust the machine.