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NEBOSH International General Certificate

in Occupational Health and Safety


UNIT IGC3: HEALTH AN SA!ET" #$ACTICAL
A##LICATION
Student Name: Mohamed Arham Mohamed Aroos
Student Number:
Date of Submission: 05.09.2014
IGC3 % The Health and Safety #ractical Application
Candidate and cour&e pro'ider declaration&:
!or co(pletion )y the candidate:
I declare that the or! submitted for this "ractical a""lication assessment ie. the com"leted obser#ation sheets
and the re"ort to mana$ement% is m& on or!. I reco$nise that contra#ention of this statement constitutes
mal"ractice and ma& result in m& bein$ sub'ect to the "enalties set out in the N()*S+ Mal"ractice "olic&.
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I declare that the or! mar!ed is identical to that recei#ed from the candidate. I reco$nise that contra#ention of
this statement constitutes mal"ractice and ma& result in m& bein$ sub'ect to the "enalties set out in the N()*S+
Mal"ractice "olic&.
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!or co(pletion )y the cour&e pro'ider.& internal practical a&&e&&or:
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that contra#ention of this statement constitutes mal"ractice and ma& result in m& bein$ sub'ect to the "enalties
set out in the N()*S+ Mal"ractice "olic&.
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candidate.& &cript+ If thi& declaration i& not &u)(itted the candidate.& re&ult (ay )e
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INTE$NATIONAL GENE$AL
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*1233 &pecification-
IGC3 % THE HEALTH AN
SA!ET" #$ACTICAL A##LICATION
Date of "ractical a""lication Name of assessor
1ourse "ro#ider
number
1ourse "ro#ider
name
Student number Student name
1riteria
4a5i(u(
(ar0&
a'aila)le
A&&e&&or.&
(ar0& a/arded
NEBOSH
(oderated
(ar0&
,if different.
3 Co(pletion of o)&er'ation &heet&
1.1 2an$e and outline of ha3ards and conse0uences 36
1.2
Identification of suitable control measures and
timescales
36
1 $eport 7 Introduction and E5ecuti'e Su((ary
2.1
Introduction "ro#idin$ an o#er#ie of the chosen
area
6
2.2 (4ecuti#e summar& 6
3 $eport 7 4ain findin,& of the in&pection
5.1 6ualit& of inter"retation of findin$s 36
5.2
Identification of "ossible breaches of international
standards
6
5.5 -ersuasi#eness 7 conciseness 7 technical content 32
8 $eport 7 Conclu&ion& and $eco((endation&
4.1
1lear and concise conclusions hich are clearl&
related to re"ort findin$s and are effecti#e in
con#incin$ mana$ement to ta!e action
36
4.2
2ecommendations hich "resent realistic actions to
im"ro#e health and safet& in the chosen area
36
TOTAL 4A$9S
322
Outcome: PASS (60% or more) REFER (less than 60%)
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Date recei#ed b& course "ro#ider //// 7 //// 7 ////
Date recei#ed b& N()*S+
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A&&e&&or.& additional co((ent& on the practical application:
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The (ar0 &heet (u&t )e retained )y the Cour&e #ro'ider and &ent to NEBOSH only if re:ue&ted+
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CE$TI!ICATE Candidate.& o)&er'ation
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IGC3 % THE HEALTH AN
SA!ET" #$ACTICAL A##LICATION
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O)&er'ation& Control (ea&ure& Ti(e&cale
+a3ards and conse0uences Immediate and lon$er term actions
1.
2.
Location- Construction Road
Hazard- Traffic Hazard
Consequence- Motorists, pedestrians,
riders entering work site.
Working close to roads.
Ecessi!e traffic speeds.
"e#icle loses control.
Working on foot near $o!ing plant.
%lant $o!e$ents w#ic# o&struct
traffic and'or pedestrian flows.
Working in i$pact zones, &e#ind
safet( &arriers.
Trucks entering, eiting work site.
.
Location- Construction Road
Hazard- Electrical tools ) leads
Consequence- *ault( electric leads
and tools.
+o eart# leakage or residual current
de!ices fitted.
Electrical leads on ground.
,ncorrect t(pe of lead and insulation
used.
-naut#orised use of in!erters in
construction industr(.
Equip$ent not eart#ed properl(.
Electrical leads in da$p areas.
Leads secured to $etal co$ponents.
,$$ediate- Conduct and %ro!ide a
written risk assess$ent.
%ro!ide a site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
%ro!ide .ite-specific induction / update
as t#e work c#anges.
0eep i$pact zones clear &e#ind safet(
&arriers
Long Ter$- -se accredited traffic
controllers.
-se accredited traffic control
pro!iders.
-se "aria&le Message .igns *or Road
Traffics and %edestrian.
,$$ediate--niquel( identif( and
register all tools and leads on site.
Conduct and %ro!ide a written risk
assess$ent.
%ro!ide a site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
1eter$ine an inspection regi$e for
electrical tools, appliances etc.
Ha!e all tools and leads tagged and
inspected.
Long Ter$- .#ould .ecurel( lock up
2quarantine3, or re$o!e fro$ site, an(
defecti!e tools or ones not inspected.
-se onl( qualified electricians w#o
follow .tandard Wiring Rules.
5.
4.
Location- Construction Road
Hazard- Work at #eig#ts / includes
work on e$&ank$ents
Consequence-+o #andrails- fall fro$
contain$ent.
+o static line in place or used.
Working outside of #andrails.
,nco$plete scaffold.
.caffold not erected as designed.
.caffold not properl( supported,
&raced or tied-in.
*loor penetrations not co!ered.
Ladders not secured.
-nsafe access'egress.
Working unrestrained on &atters.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- Work in!ol!ing cranes )
piling
Consequence- Collapse w#ile &eing
erected, $aintained, altered or
ser!iced.
*alls fro$ #eig#t.
Toppling o!er.
Loads dropped.
4$putation or crus# in5uries.
Contact wit# utilities.
Mec#anical, #(draulic or structural
failure.
,$$ediate- Conduct and pro!ide a
written risk assess$ent.
%ro!ide a site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
%ro!ide .ite-specific induction.
4ll work platfor$s s#ould #a!e secure
#andrails / fall fro$ contain$ent,
ot#erwise use static lines, and #arness
and s#ort lan(ards / fall fro$
pre!ention.
4ll penetrations s#ould securel( co!er
or &arricade.
4ll ladders s#ould secure to pre!ent
$o!e$ent.
Ladders to etend at least 6$eter a&o!e
landings.
Long Ter$- -se ladder &a(s ) gates
on scaffold ladders.
.caffold &eing erected'dis$antled, so
tag as inco$plete ) fence off to pre!ent
access.
.caffold'erectors to use a 7#ando!er8
state$ent s(ste$.
Conduct ) pro!ide
%re-use ) regular inspections of all
work at #eig#ts equip$ent.
,$$ediate-Conduct and pro!ide a
written risk assess$ent.
%ro!ide a site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
1e!elop a lift or dri!ing plan after a
written risk assess$ent.
%ro!ide a .ite-specific induction /
updated as work c#anges.
Ensure .afe Work of Manage$ent
s(ste$ t#at co!ers esta&lis#$ent and
$aintenance.
Long Ter$- 4ll cranes and rigs s#ould
properl( deplo(, as per $anufacturer8s
require$ents.
9nl( qualified persons s#ould sling
loads- Well Trained.
4ll lifting equip$ent s#ould uniquel(
identif(, tagged, registered w#ic# is
regularl( inspected and tested.
5.
9.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- Eca!ation' Trenc#ing
Consequence- ,t Ma( Collapse of
eart# walls.
%lant'!e#icle ,t $a( rollo!er.
"e#icle collisions.
%ersons falling fro$ #eig#t.
Contact wit# utilities.
Eplosion, fire or gas leak.
*all into eca!ation.
Location- Construction Road
Hazard- Eposure to +oise
Consequence- Long-ter$ eposure to
ecessi!e noise le!els.
%lant and equip$ent not effecti!el(
silenced.
-nknown noise le!els.
,nsufficient knowledge to select t#e
7rig#t8 #earing protection.
+ot wearing effecti!e #earing
protection.
Eceeding t#e 1ail( +oise 1ose
21+13 :; d< 4.
%oor !er&al co$$unication.
,$$ediate- Conduct and %ro!ide a
written risk assess$ent.
%ro!ide a site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
%ro!ide .ite-specific induction /
updated as work c#anges.
.#oring to &e pro!ided as per =Code
9f %ractice> eca!ation.
.#oring to &e inspected regularl(.
.tore all equip$ent at a safe distance
fro$ eca!ation.
%ro!ide a .afe access ) egress.
Take ?uick access to egress $et#od,
a!aila&le in case of e$ergenc(.
Long Ter$-.#ould Work in pairs.
%ro!ide &arricades around eca!ation.
%ro!ide e#aust !entilation and test
at$osp#ere.
,$$ediate-Reduce noise output or
separate people fro$ nois( 4rea, or
nois( 4rea fro$ people.
*it &etter noise suppression to nois(
4rea and equip$ent.
Consider noise $apping.
1eter$ine eposure ti$e to reac#
1+1.
1eter$ine le!el of attenuation 2noise
reduction3 to reac# 1+1 le!el.
.elect #earing protection t#at gi!es t#e
required le!el of #earing attenuation.
Regulate e$plo(ee eposure to noise.
Long Ter$- Train persons in +oise )
Hearing Conser!ation.
4ll personnel to wear appropriate %%E
2#earing protectors / ear $uffs or
plugs3.
Esta&lis# a #ealt# sur!eillance
progra$.
:.
;.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- Manual Handling
Consequence--se of #ea!( #and #eld
tools.
Handling of #ea!( o&5ects.
Continuous poor posture.
%oor equip$ent storage, or poor
design of carriage racks.
+ot using correct equip$ent.
+o %#(sical *itness.
+o #eig#t of t#e ,ndi!idual.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard-Hazardous .u&stances and
1angerous @oods.
Consequence-%oisoning, fire,
eplosion, &urns, in#alation of
fu$es'!apoursA skin irritationA
en!iron$ental da$age.
,ncorrect #andling, storage, transport
or use.
Lack of infor$ation.
Lack of control o!er Healt# and
.afet( &roug#t onto site.
+ot wearing appropriate %%E.
%oor personal #(giene.
,ncorrect disposal of conta$inates
containers, $aterials and %%E.
,$$ediate-Conduct risk assess$ent as
required.
Eli$inate t#e need to lift.
%ro!ide $ec#anical de!ices.
Reduce t#e weig#t.
,$pose restrictions on certain
acti!ities.
Li$its on duration of lifting, or
appl(ing force.
Long Ter$-Training of staff.
Train of *itness.
.elect a good #eig#t of t#e indi!idual.
Li$its on duration of lifting, or
appl(ing force.
Redesign o&5ect or task.
Last c#oice, require for two person
lifts.
,$$ediate- Conduct risk assess$ents
for all Hazardous .u&stance )
1angerous @oods.
1e!elop and $aintain a Healt# and
.afet( Register t#at co$plies wit# +.W
9H. Reg.
Conduct risk assess$ent for eac#
Healt# .afet(, co!ering intended use
and location of work.
1eter$ine correct t(pes of %%E as per
risk assess$ent require$ents.
4ll personnel pro!ided wit#
appropriate %%E.
Long Ter$-Write against eac# entr( on
Healt# and .afet( Register, if a risk
assess$ent #as &een done.
4ll staff trained in M.1. require$ents.
Hazardous su&stances stored and
la&elled correctl(.
%ro!ideB
-Mec#anical !entilation.
-6
st
aid ite$s as per M.1..
-%ersonal #(giene requisites.
9.
10.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- %edestrian $o!e$ent /
e$plo(ees ) ot#ers.
Closed footpat#s, &ridges and
crossings.
E$plo(ees ) ot#ers on foot in
proi$it( Eca!ation ) equip$ent.
Man( work acti!ities close to one
anot#er.
Te$porar( pat#wa(s not effecti!el(
protected fro$ traffic.
,nsufficient widt# of pat#wa(s.
"ision and'or $o&ilit( i$paired
persons.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- -nderground utilities
Consequence- Contact wit# electric
or teleco$$unication ca&les, gas and
water lines.
Electrical or gas eplosion.
*looding.
.er!ice disruption.
,$$ediate-Conduct and %ro!ide
written risk assess$ent.
%ro!ide site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
1e!elop a %edestrian Mo!e$ent %lan
2%M%3.
.ite-specific induction / update as t#e
work c#anges.
-se te$porar( signs to direct
pedestrians.
%ro!ide for t#e i$paired / $o&ilit(,
&lind etc.
*ence-off'co!er eca!ations on'near
pat#wa(s.
%ro!ide safet( &arriers and i$pact
zones.
Long Ter$-Reduce traffic speed near
crossings or pat#wa(s, w#ere safe sig#t
distances and clearances to traffic
cannot &e $aintained.
-se separation distances &etween work
groups.
%ro!ide suita&le crossings and
pat#wa(s as per.
,$$ediate- Location of ser!ices to &e
esta&lis#ed electronicall(.
Conduct and %ro!ide a written risk
assess$ent, as required.
1ocu$ent a site-specific safe s(ste$ of
work.
.ite-specific induction / updated as
work c#anges.
.er!ices to &e isolated w#en working in
close proi$it(.
Esta&lis# safe clearance distances.
Erect effecti!e s(ste$ of warning signs.
Long Ter$- -se trained and accredited
operators and o&ser!ers w#en working
in close proi$it(.
-se a spotter, w#o $ust stand awa(
fro$ t#e point of eca!ation / a!oid
&eing o!erco$e &( fire, eplosion or
gas.
Eclude all non-essential personnel )
11.
12.
15.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- .tructural ) p#(sical
9!erstress
Consequence- .afe Work Load
eceeded during lifting operations
.prains and strains.
Wire under tension letting go.
<eing struck.
Collapse or o!erload of structural
$e$&ers.
*alls fro$ #eig#t.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- .lips, trips and *alls
Consequence- 4ccess routes
o&structed &( $aterials.
Leads and #oses across access routes.
.lipper( surfaces.
Ra$ps not cleated.
.afet( footwear not appropriate.
%oor !isi&ilit(.
Cu$ping off'out of Truck "e#icles
*ault( inappropriate laddersA
incorrectl( used.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- Contact wit# Heat
Consequence- Hot $aterials.
*ire in t#e workplace.
Welding.
@rinding.
Eposure to sun.
equip$ent.
1e!elop an e$ergenc( plan ) train
staff.
,$$ediate- Co$pliance wit# .WL and
radius c#arts on cranes.
4ll lifting gear registered and inspected
regularl( and prior to use.
Regular and pre-use inspection of
structural co$ponents.
Long Ter$-4ll personnel trained in
$anual #andling tec#niques.
,$$ediate-4ll leads kept clear of
ground or co!ered.
%ersonnel wear appropriate safet(
footwear.
%ro!ide adequate lig#ting.
Cli$&ing ) dis$ounting / require 7D
points of contact8.
Ladders used for access- not as work
platfor$s.
4ll ladders are co$$ercial grade-
uniquel( identified- registered and
inspected regularl(.
Long Ter$- 4ll surfaces used for access
kept dr( and in good condition.
4ll access routes kept clear of $aterials
and de&ris.
,$$ediate- %ro!ide appropriate
protecti!e clot#ing and training.
%ro!ide adequate fire response
equip$ent.
0eep workplace clear of waste
$aterials.
-se a #ot work per$it s(ste$.
Eli$inate ignition sources fro$
fla$$a&le at$osp#eres.
Leat#er %%E for welders / no pol(ester
!ests.
14.
15.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- .truck <( 9&5ect
Consequence- 9&5ects falling fro$
work platfor$s.
1e&ris fro$ grinding operations.
Wind&lown particles.
Loads i$properl( slung fro$ cranes.
Materials and equip$ent left
unsecured.
Loads not slung o!er personnel.
Location-Construction Road
Hazard- Ergonomic Hazards
Consequence-
Long Ter$-.taff trained in fire
pre!ention and response.
Re$o!e fla$$a&le $aterials or store
correctl(.
%ro!ide protecti!e clot#ing and sun
screen.
Reduce eposure ti$e.
,$$ediate- 4ll work platfor$s .#ould
&e fitted wit# toe-&oards.
*ence off areas &elow to pre!ent
access.
Materials stacked securel(.
Hard #at polic( in place.
%ro!ide e(e protection, w#ere required.
Hard #at areas signposted.
.#ield grinding operations.
Long Ter$-Taglines s#ould use to
pre!ent loads swinging.
Maintain t#e Loads slung correctl(.
%ro!ide roll o!er protecti!e structure.
.ecure loose o&5ects.
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4ain findin,& of the in&pection
Manual handling is common in construction work and is one of the most common
causes of injury at work. Many manual handling injuries are often the result of
carrying out these operations for a long period !ut e"en one !ad lift can cause a
lifetime of pain and disa!ility.
#he $ccupational %afety and Health Regulation requires the responsi!le person of a
workplace to make a preliminary assessment of all manual handling operations !efore
work and to a"oid the need to undertake hazardous manual handling operations as far
as reasona!ly practica!le. &here a"oidance is not reasona!ly practica!le the
responsi!le person has to make a further assessment and reduce the risk of injury !y
pro"iding mechanical aids or team lifting.
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