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Unique Identifier 240-102851176

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BASELINE RISK ASSESSMENT
Revision Date November-2016
Generation Kriel Outage Department

PROJECT NUMBER:

SCOPE OF WORK: Provision of non- destructive testing and repairs

COMPILED BY: Gift Mamize (Outage OHS)


Phindile Kula (Project Coordinator)

DATE: 14 September 2016

Risk Rating
Hazard
ID # Type of Hazard Risk Identification Existing Controls Prob Severity
Quantification Freq Total Category
Injury Loss Cost
- Failure to identify
hazards
- Not complying with
- All employees undergo
health and safety
Safety induction Contractor induction training regarding
1 standards and Eskom 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
training Onboarding the risks identified prior to
requirements
commencement of work
- Property damage
- Injury to personnel
- Environmental damage
- Safety representatives must
- Not complying with the
be duly elected, and then
Visibility of act
Health & safety - Appointed one safety rep
2 appointed - No supervision on safety 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
representative for more than twenty (20)
Personnel working procedures
employees not exceeding
- Injury to personnel
fifty (50)
- A competent person
must be appointed to be in
3 Security Theft or Vandalism charge of overseeing - Kriel Eskom Security 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
property when no work are
scheduled
- -
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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BASELINE RISK ASSESSMENT
Revision Date November-2016
Generation Kriel Outage Department

- Licensed person to drive


vehicle
- Driver must keep to traffic
regulations
- Vehicle must be in good
condition and never be
overloaded
Transportation of - Property damage
Motor Vehicle - When transporting heavy
4 material to and from - Injury to person 7 10 8 8 7 40 B High
Incident Rates material, the necessary
site - Road accidents
measures
- Must be taken to make
road users aware of
abnormal load
- Install correct number of
fire extinguishers on-board
vehicle
-Noise levels shall never
exceed 85 db's if so all
-Injury to personnel/ Noise
Occupational employees must be issued
7 Noise induced hearing loss 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
Hygiene Surveys with proper ear protection
-Temporary or permanent
-The use of protection will be
hearing disability
compulsory
Required PPE must be worn
at all times when performing
Safety Plant Walk
duties
downs, PPE
If PPE fail to provide function
Personal protective Inspections &
8 -Injury to personnel it should be replaced 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
equipment (PPE) Contractor
misuse of abuse should be
Compliance
taken seriously
Schedules
PPE must be issued free of
charge
All accidents and incidents
-Re-occurrence of
must be reported immediately
accidents
Incidents Rates, All accidents and incidents
-Personnel fall ill due to
Accident reporting and Investigations & must be investigated by a
9 injuries 7 10 8 8 7 40 B High
investigating Reports competent person to prevent
-Incidents deemed not so
re-occurrence
serious by non-medical
Shifts lost must be reported
personnel
to the department of labour
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Revision Date November-2016
Generation Kriel Outage Department

-Facilities to be available on
site
-All persons to make use of
facilities
-Facilities to be kept clean at
Facility Inspections all times
-Occupational diseases if
and Provision of -If employees of both sexes
10 Hygiene facilities not used 7 10 10 10 10 47 A Very high
Mobile facilities work on site the gender must
or available
where necessary be demarcated
-At all times toilet paper,
towels and soap must be
available in facility
floors and roof of facility must
be of sound structure
-Ensure that there is enough
refuge bins on premises for all
waste generated
-If chemicals are dispose of
Waste Receptacles
-Environmental damage make use of the correct type
11 Waste and Disposal 5 10 5 9 5 34 B High
-Occupational diseases of waste bin
Methods
-Waste area must be
demarcated as such
no naked flames of cigarette
buds near refuse bins
-All employees are
responsible for cleaning and
Housekeeping -Environmental damage
12 Housekeeping maintaining 7 10 8 8 7 40 B High
Inspections -Occupational diseases
of a clean and safe working
environment

-Symbolic signs must be


Plant Walk down
-Injury to personnel displayed at required areas to
13 Symbolic signs and housekeeping
-Unawareness of dangers make employees aware of
Inspections
dangers and information
-A competent person in terms
of the act must be appointed
to supervise work activities
-This must be done in writing
-The person must be
Visibility of
-Injury to person conversant with the nature of
14 Supervision Supervisory 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
-Property damage the work
Personnel
-If one supervisor cannot
perform duties properly due to
scope, more may be
appointed to assist the
supervisor
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Generation Kriel Outage Department

-All electrical tools must be


inspected at regular intervals
-If for any reason the tools
seem unsafe to work with it
should not
15 Electrical tools Inspection Records -Injury to person 7 10 10 10 10 47 A Very high
-competent persons must be
properly trained in the safe
operating of these tools be
used

-Good housekeeping at client


company.
-Staff and others risk
Flash Reports, -Warning cones placed areas
injuries such as fractures
Incident Reports, where pedestrian traffic might
16 Slips, Trips and Falls and bruising if they trip over 7 10 10 10 10 47 A Very high
Investigation be obstructed due to tripping
objects, or slip on spillages
Reports hazards such as power
or on wet floors, and fall.
cables or structures
supporting machinery.
-No employee to work alone
-Staff may suffer sudden within the dust handling plant
illness / accident while area. All work to be performed
18 Lone Working Shift Registers 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
working alone and unable under supervision through the
to summon help. use of a team leader or
relevant supervisor.
-Staff checks for damaged
plugs, cables and on/off
switches before using the
cleaning machines.
Plant safety walk
-If defect is noted, the
downs & Electrical -Staff risks electric shocks
machine is taken out of use.
19 Electrical Equipment or burns from faulty 7 10 10 10 10 47 A Very high
-Staff trained not to splash
inspection Records/ electrical equipment.
water near sockets or
Inventory
electrical appliances.
- treat all cables live until
proven dead by means of
testing
Training, PPE (harness
Risk of falling Falls, injuries 7 10 10 6 5 38 B High
usage)

20 Working at heights

Training, Barricade under


Heights Injuries to others 7 10 10 6 5 38 B High
area
21 Falling objects
Lanyards to tools and
Equipment/tools damage
equipment
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Generation Kriel Outage Department

Toe-boards and no openings


in platforms
Correct handling of heavy
objects
Various as per PPE, training, MSDS
Over exposure 7 8 5 5 5 30 C Medium
HCSR availability and adherence

Handling hazardous Health risk Correct storage and handling


22
chemical substances
Fire Correct waste disposal

Pollution
Control, checks, register,
Electrical contact Electrical shock 6 2 1 5 7 21 C Medium
issue
Injuries Training
23 Electrical power tools
Bad workmanship Audits

Low productivity

Risk Rating
ID Hazard
Type of Hazard Risk Identification Existing Controls Prob Severity
# Quantification Freq Total Category
Injury Loss Cost
Injuries, damage PPE, checks, control, training 7 3 1 5 7 23 C Medium

Reynolds phenomenon Enforce use of PPE

Any disease

24 Use of Hand tools

Control by identification

Replace defective equipment

Injuries/fatalities Damage, time loss Permits. Storage control 7 10 10 10 10 47 A Very high

Costs Good housekeeping


26 Fire
Injuries Training

No fires allowed
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Generation Kriel Outage Department

Site and company legal


Air pollution 7 2 5 6 10 30 C Medium
requirements
Workplace pollution Audits
Environmental
27 Good housekeeping at all
pollution
times at work areas and lay
down areas

Risk Rating
ID Hazard
Type of Hazard Risk Identification Existing Controls Prob Severity
# Quantification Freq Total Category
Injury Loss Cost
Lost time Training, first aiders at hand 7 10 10 10 10 47 A Very high

Costs Investigations for indicators

28 Injuries Loss of skilled labour Indicator trends


Pro-active approach by
supervision to avoid injuries
Communication by all
involved in procedure
Injuries & fatalities Injuries Training 7 10 8 8 7 40 B High

LTI Permit system


Vehicle
29
accidents/road safety
Fatalities Job Observation

Claims Vehicle maintenance


30 Defective hardware
Heights and falls Injuries Risk analysis 7 3 1 5 10 26 C Medium
failure
Fatalities Mitigation strategies
LTI
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Generation Kriel Outage Department

RISK RATING CHART


SEVERITY
RISK RANKING TABLE
1 2 3
BU: Central Grid MINOR MAJOR DEATH OR
EXPOSURE FREQUENCY INCIDENTS R0- INCIDENTS DISABLING
100 R100=1000 R1000-100000
2 3 4
RARE
0 - 50%
PROBABILITY 1 OCCURRENCE
OF SECTION
OR UNLIKELY
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Generation Kriel Outage Department

3 4 5
INFREQUENT
50 - 75%
2 OCCURRENCE
OF SECTION
OR LIKELY

4 5 6
FREQUENT
75 - 100%
3 OCCURRENCE
0F SECTION
OR VERY LIKELY

KEY: VERY HIGH RISK - 6


HIGH RISK- 5
MEDIUM RISK- 4
LOW RISK- 3
VERY LOW RISK- 2

BASELINE RISK ASSESSMENT GUIDE


Procedure for conducting the BASELINE RISK ASSESSMENT:
1. Identify and list all hazards in the area being assessed using FORM B. (Use prompt list on FORM A to help with identification)
2. Quantify each hazard i.e. 30kg Packages handled, 200liter diesel or 7 people exposed etc.
3. Identify the Risks associated with each hazard i.e. Back injuries, fire, and electrical shock.
4. Consider the existing control measures and then rank the risk from each hazard, using the scoring chart below.
5. Complete and distribute an action list to minimize/remove all risks identified according to risk priority list.
6. If the risk is Medium or High then further control is required if technically possible. For Low risk further control is only required if economically viable.
7. Any Very High risk activity or situation must be rectified immediately.

SEVERITY INDEX= INJURY+ LOSS+ COST RISK INDEX


PROBABILITY
FREQUENCY INDEX ACTION
INDEX INJURY LOSS COST Score CATEGORY PRIORIT
Y
Very High Immediat
10 Inevitable 10 Fatal 10 No production 10 1 Million plus 10 Permanently present 41-50 A
Risk e
Permanent total One month production R500 000-R999 Arises every 30 Within a
9 Almost certain 9 9 9 9 31-40 B High Risk
disability loss 999 seconds month
Unique Identifier 240-102851176
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Generation Kriel Outage Department

Permanent slight R250 000-R499 Arises every 30 Within 3


8 Very likely 8 8 3 weeks production loss 8 8 21-30 C Medium Risk
disability 999 minutes months
>14 days with remaining R50000-R249 Arises every 30 Within 6
7 Probable 7 7 2 weeks production loss 7 7 11-20 D Low Risk
incapacity 000 minutes months
More than >14 days with complete Within a
6 6 6 1 week production loss 6 R10000-R49990 6 Arises every hour 1-10 E Very Low Risk
even chance recovery year
3-14 days with complete
5 Even chance 5 5 1 day production loss 5 R5000-R9999 5 Arises every shift
recovery
Less than < 3 days with complete
4 4 4 50 man-shifts lost 4 R1000-R4999 4 Arises every week
even chance recovery
Loss of one or more
3 Improbable 3 3 15 man-shifts lost 3 R500-R999 3 Arises every month
shifts
Highly
2 2 Medical case 2 3 man-shifts lost 2 R100-R499 2 Arises every year
improbable
1 Impossible 1 First aid case 1 1 man shift lost 1 R0-R99 1 Arises every 5 years
HAZARD PROMPTS
Fire: Mechanical: Substances: Workplace: Physical agents: Human factors: Past history:
Sources of ignition Trapping Oils, Chemicals Confined space Noise, Vibration Stress, peer pressure Near miss
Flammable materials Auto start Contaminated water Work at heights Stored energy (weights) Monotony, Complacency Damage
Chemical reaction Entanglement Resins Lighting Compressed air/fluids Lack of training First aid
Impact -(Machine movements Vehicular traffic) Acids Dust, vapours Steam/Heat Claustrophobia Minor
Ejection Release of substances Irritants (fibres) Medical (WCA)
Machine failure Inadequate storage Unstable equipment Disabling
Contact Sharp/protruding parts Section 24
Inadequate/no guards Uneven floor (Reportable)
Electrical: Badly positioned controls Difficult access Biological agents: PPE Induced: Environment:
Arcing Ergonomic design General infections Exhaustion, Dehydration Pollution evident,
Shock and/burns Contaminated water/spray Restricted Hearing/Vision Oil,
Secondary accidents Increased stress Chemicals,
Dust,
Noise,
Waste,
Fires.

Project Coordinator: Phindile Kula Contractor Representative:

Designation: Project Coordinator Designation:


Date: 14.09.2016 Date: