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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

Location
(Department/Project):

CONSTRUCTION OF 3 SCHOOLS GROUP 7A (PACKAGE 3)

Conducted by:

Muhammad Ibrahim

Date:

Checked by:

Bernardo Mercado

Date:

MAIN
ACTIVITY

10 Jun
2013
11th Jun
2013

Assessment No.

TAK-RISK-002

Risk Assessment Revision

00

Next Review Date

12th Jun. 2013

Working at Heights (Applicable to R.A # 5, 6, 9 & 26)


RISK ANALYSIS

LIKELIHO
OD

th

VALU
E

SEVERITY

VALU
E

LIKELIHOOD(L) X SEVERITY(S) =
RISK(R)
SEVERITY
LIKELIHO
3
2
1
OD

RISK ASSESSMENT RESULT RANKING


Risk
Score

Ranking

Unlikely

Minor

69

High(H)

Likely

Moderate

34

Medium(
M)

Frequent

Catastroph
ic

12

Low(L)

No.

Hazard

Risk

Existing Control

NOTE: For detailed definition of SEVERITY, LIKELIHOOD & RANKING, please refer to TAK-014 REV. 0

Risk
Analysis
(Existing
Control)
L
S
R

1st
Eva
l.

What to do?
Immediate attention and action required. Shall consider
whether to eliminate or modify the activitiy. (Stop the
work.)
Specific monitoring procedures required, management
responsibility must be specified. Shall consider what
can be done to eliminate the risk to prevent any
negative outcomes.
Manage through routine procedures.
Can proceed with the activity as planned

Required Additional
Control Measures

Risk
Analysis
(Additional
Controls)
L
S
R

2nd
Eval
.

FORM NO. TAK-014-002 REV. 0

Final
Evaluation

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


1.

Operatives must ensure to wear full


body harness while working @ height
of 2 m and the lanyard hook properly
secured to rigid post strong enough
to support weight of persons working

2.
1.

Use of fixed and mobile


scaffold

Multiple body injury due to


collapse of scaffold

3.
4.

2.

Moving on the platform

Fall from height

1.

Ensure to conduct tool box


meeting regarding the proper use
of scaffold.
Ensure erection of aluminium
scaffold must be done according
to manufacturer guidelines.
Ensure the erection/dismantling of
scaffold must be done by certified
scaffolder.
Only attached green tag scaffold
will be used and refrain from using
red tag scaffold.

Use of ladder (straight


and A-Type)

1.
2.

Fall from heights


Ladder fall or tip-over

NOTE: For detailed definition of SEVERITY, LIKELIHOOD & RANKING, please refer to TAK-014 REV. 0

Worksites
Supervisors
shall
monitor the operatives and
ensure to wear safety harness

1.

3.

3.

Ensure to conduct tool box


meeting regarding the correct use
of ladder
4. Operatives must ensure to check
the ladder prior to use.
Oil or slippery on rungs
Rungs and rails are not split or
broken
Feet, slips locks and spreader
are working.
5. Operatives must ensure to wear
full body harness while working @
height of 2 m and the lanyard
hook properly secured to rigid
post strong enough to support
weight of persons working
6. Ensure to assigned people
holding the ladder below while
people working on top.

2.

2.

M
3.

Prior to start of job,


supervisor to assess the
working
at
elevation
irrespective of the height and
consider
primary
fall
protection
devices
for
heights.
Supervisor to assess the
physical
condition
and
competence
of
persons
assigned for the job, duration
of the job and weather
conditions.

Prior to start of job,


supervisor to assess the
working
at
elevation
irrespective of the height and
consider
primary
fall
protection
devices
for
heights.
Supervisor to assess the
physical
condition
and
competence
of
persons
assigned for the job, duration
of the job and weather
conditions.
Work that involves restricted
vision or hot work such as
welding or oxy cutting should
preferably not be performed
from a ladder. Preference
should be given to the use of
temporary work platforms

FORM NO. TAK-014-002 REV. 0

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT


1.

4.

Spillage and loose


materials/tools

1.
2.

Slip
Trips
2.
1.

5.

Tools, equipment and


materials from height.

Body injury of person


working down under due to
accidental fall.

2.
3.

6.

Flying/airborne particles

7.

Striking objects hit with


installed protruding
utilities

Eye injury

1.
2.

Eye injury
Head injury.

Platform is kept neat, tidy and free


of loose materials/tools. Spillage
shall be cleaned up immediately
using absorbent materials and
any slippery surfaces cleaned and
degreased.
Maintain
good
housekeeping
around the work area.
Operatives shall ensure that all
items of equipment and tools are
positioned in a safe and secured
manner.
Never place any tool near the
edge of working platform if not
secured.
Operatives shall ensure to use
rope or basket for lifting of
materials

Operatives shall ensure to wear the


correct eye protection for the task at
hand ie goggles when grinding,
handling chemicals etc.
Operatives shall remain vigilant when
moving around the platform and
ensure to wear hard hat and eye
protection always to avoid head
injury.

NOTE: For detailed definition of SEVERITY, LIKELIHOOD & RANKING, please refer to TAK-014 REV. 0

Worksites
Supervisors
shall
monitor
the
standards
of
housekeeping during routine
walk around and implement
clean ups when necessary

Supervisors shall monitor the


position of all plant, tools and
equipment to ensure that it is
safe and secure.

Supervisor shall monitor the


workforce during routine walk
around to ensure that they are
wearing the correct type of PPE.

Supervisor shall monitor the


workforce during routine walk
around to ensure that they are
wearing the correct type of PPE.

FORM NO. TAK-014-002 REV. 0

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT

NOTE: For detailed definition of SEVERITY, LIKELIHOOD & RANKING, please refer to TAK-014 REV. 0

FORM NO. TAK-014-002 REV. 0