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NEW PORT PROJECT

Construction Development Co. LLC


Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment

M/s. CDC/Boom-JV

Description of works:

N/A

Location of works:

Installation of Pipe Sleeves for Mechanical


Services
NPP/0047 CCIA Project - All Areas

RA Reference:

NPP0047-MEC-RA-00033_0

MS Reference

NPP0047-MEC-MS-00033_0

RA made by:

Shine Sasidharan / Construction


Manager

Signature:

Date:

13-Apr-2016

RA reviewed by:

Spike Sutherland / HSE Manager

Signature:

Date:

13-Apr-2016

Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Site preparation

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

Hazards

1. Transportation failure
2. Lack of knowledge of the job of
personnel.
3. Slips, trips and falls
4. Misuse of PPE
5. Misuse of equipment/materials
6. Collision between workers/equipment
7. Bad weather condition
8. Lack of PPE
9. Poor illumination
10. Lack of training

Risk
level

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Severity

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

1. STARRT and RAMS discussed with all persons


involved in the task prior to works commencing works
supervisor to discuss 360 haz id and any mitagation
measures to be taken.
2. Driver to perform Vehicle inspection.
3. Ensure vehicle Driver licensed, Vehicle is road
worthy and update road test.
4. Drive carefully. Follow road instructions, speed
limits on site. Main access Rd 60kp/h All other roads
35kp/h unless otherwise indicated.
2
5. Do not drive in fog/low visibility.
6. Do not drive when feeling tired.
7. Drive with headlights on whilst on site.
8. Use of mobile phones voice or texting is forbidden.
9. Secure all tools during travel.
10. Trained, Competent and Authorized Supervision
shall be present at all times to ensure workforce are
adhering to safe working procedures.

Risk factor

Sub-Contractor:

Likelihood

Main Contractor:

Risk
level

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NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Site preparation

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Transportation failure
2. Lack of knowledge of the job of
personnel.
3. Slips, trips and falls
4. Misuse of PPE
5. Misuse of equipment/materials
6. Collision between workers/equipment
7. Bad weather condition
8. Lack of PPE
9. Poor illumination
10. Lack of training

11.Make sure all employees are Safety inducted


before they can work on site.
12.Keep available, records of hazards on particular
sites. Make sure all relevant people are notified.
13.Make sure a supply of the right equipment is
available.
14.Lighting devices shall be set up at the work area
and ensure the required Lux available as per QCS
2014 during night shift (If activity will be conducted
during night)
2
15. Trained & Certified First Aider and first aid kit are
available on site.
16. All site personnel are familiar with emergency
and accident/incident reporting procedures and
emergency telephone numbers are known to
everyone.
17. PPEs Helmet, Safety shoes, coverall,
Goggles, Disposable face mask respirator, Ear plug,
Hand gloves, High visibility vest
(EN 471 Class
3).

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 2 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Working in Extreme Heat and


Humidity

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Heat Stroke
2. Heat Stress
3. Muscle cramps
4. Fainting
5. Feeling Sick
6. Over fatigue
7. Lack of training
8. Working alone
9. Failure to rotate the job
10. Lack of supervision
11. Failure to provide the water, rest shelter
12. Pre existing medical condition of
employees e.g. High blood pressure.
13. Imbalanced acclimatization

3 12 12

1. STARRT and RAMS discussed with all persons


involved in the task prior to works commencing works
supervisor to discuss 360 haz id and any mitagation
measures to be taken.
2. Summer
working hours to meet Ministerial Decision No. 16 of
2007
3. Ministry Of Labour Notification
4. In reference to the ministerial decision No. 16 of
the year 2007, determining working hours in bare
sites in summer.
5. Kindly note that, working hours from 15th of June
till 31st of August, shall not exceed 5 hours in the
morning, and not exceeding 11:30am and shall not
start in the evening period before 3:00pm.
6. Any employer must fix time table for daily working
hours, in clean place, readable by the workers and
recognized by Safety Inspectors, while visiting work
site.
7. Any establishment violate this decision shall be
closed for one month by an order from the Minister.
8. All people to attend heat stress training (to identify
symptoms to look out for, urine test, safe work
practices, emergency procedures)
9. Ensure to regularly check the heat/humidity index,
measure of humidity levels and adjust the work/rest
cycles accordingly.
10. Provision of insulated flasks to all operatives to
be filled with cool water.
11. Provision of adequate and regular supply of cool
drinking water. Also, encourage operatives to drink a
cup of water (200ml) every 10 to 15 minutes subject
to the heat/humidity index chart

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 3 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Working in Extreme Heat and


Humidity

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Heat Stroke
2. Heat Stress
3. Muscle cramps
4. Fainting
5. Feeling Sick
6. Over fatigue
7. Lack of training
8. Working alone
9. Failure to rotate the job
10. Lack of supervision
11. Failure to provide the water, rest shelter
12. Pre existing medical condition of
employees e.g. High blood pressure.
13. Imbalanced acclimatization

3 12 12

12. Job rotation among operative to reduced


exposure time.
13. No lone working is allowed.
14. If possible, work area to be shade.
15. Gas bottles to be shaded at all times.
16. Provision of shaded rest areas with suitable
seating arrangements.
17. Provision of periodic rest breaks and rest facilities
in cool conditions.
18. Adoption of heat/humidity flag system across the
site.
19. Flammable chemicals that react in high
temperatures must be used under strict controls and
used during the cooler part of the days only
20. Close monitoring all staff working outside or in
tanks/structures where temperature rise could be
significant.
21. Conduct regular workers physical assessment.
22. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to monitor and guide employees
23. Trained & Certified First Aider and first aid kit are
available on site.
24. All site personnel are familiar with emergency
and accident/incident reporting procedures and
emergency telephone numbers are known to
everyone.
25. PPEs Helmet, Safety shoes, coverall,
Goggles, Disposable face mask respirator, Ear plug,
Hand gloves, High visibility vest

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 4 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Use of Mobile Equipment- Crane ,


Forklift etc

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor 8.
Rigger 9.
Operator 10.
Banksman

1. Fire
2. Overturning
3. Slip/trip/falls
4. Electrical shock
5. Impact/collision/crushed
6. Contact with vehicles or property
7. Manufacture pins not used where
required.
8. Liquid release from any mobile plant, i.e.
diesel, oil, grease or radiator coolant
9. Stuck by
10. Displaced/falling loads
4
11. Overturning/Tipping over
12. Run over into person and vehicle
13. Overhead power line contact
14. Bad weather condition
15. Lack of PPE
16. Poor visibility
17. Failure to comply traffic rules
18. Muddy terrain
19. Inadequate barrication
20. Adjacent building/ work

16 16

1. STARRT and RAMS discussed with all persons


involved in the task prior to works commencing works
supervisor to discuss 360 haz id and any mitagation
measures to be taken.
2. Mobile equipment has valid 3rd party certificate
and vehicle registration.
3. Operator has appropriate 3rd party certificate for
type of equipment used and a valid Qatar driving
licence and is authorised to operate the equipment.
4. Trained, Competent and Authorized Banksman to
be mobilized where mobile equipment is working
near people, structures. i.e. reversing or transporting
loads that restrict the drivers vision.
5. Operator to conduct recorded daily inspections of
mobile equipment before operation and where faults
are identified that require immediate maintenance
the equipment is put out of service until maintenance
is conducted.
6. Mobile equipment cannot conduct lifting activities
unless it is specifically designed to do so and the
operator is Qualified, Competent and Authorised with
a valid 3rd party certificate and a Qualified,
Competent and Authorised 3rd party rigger is
present.
7. If possible, machines should have built-in devices
which prevent loads being lifted over a certain height
or weight.
8. Regular maintenance occurs with all mobile
equipment
9. Any machine left unattended must have the
ignition key removed.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 5 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Use of Mobile Equipment- Crane ,


Forklift etc

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor 8.
Rigger 9.
Operator 10.
Banksman

1. Fire
2. Overturning
3. Slip/trip/falls
4. Electrical shock
5. Impact/collision/crushed
6. Contact with vehicles or property
7. Manufacture pins not used where
required.
8. Liquid release from any mobile plant, i.e.
diesel, oil, grease or radiator coolant
9. Stuck by
10. Displaced/falling loads
4
11. Overturning/Tipping over
12. Run over into person and vehicle
13. Overhead power line contact
14. Bad weather condition
15. Lack of PPE
16. Poor visibility
17. Failure to comply traffic rules
18. Muddy terrain
19. Inadequate barrication
20. Adjacent building/ work

16 16

10. Machines should only be driven on routes


specified for the purpose.
11. Machines must be suitable for the task for which
they are intended, particularly in terms of size and
weight of load carried.
12. Do not operate mobile equipment near power
lines. A separate method statement and risk
assessment and necessary permits to work are
required and must be approved by PMC prior to any
works commencing.
13. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to monitor and guide employees
14. Trained & Certified First Aider and first aid kit are
available on site.
15. All site personnel are familiar with emergency
and accident/incident reporting procedures and
emergency telephone numbers are known to
everyone.
16. Areas on sites set aside for stacking should be
clearly marked as such, and appropriate precautions
taken to ensure the stacking system is safe.
17. Ensure that mobile equipment travelling / parking
away from the edge of the excavation.
18. Regular maintenance occurs with all mobile
equipment.
19. PPEs Helmet, Safety shoes, coverall, Goggles,
Disposable face mask respirator, Ear plug, Hand
gloves, High visibility vest
(EN 471 Class 3).

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 6 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Manual Handling / Offloading &


Installation of uPVC Pipe Sleeves

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Musculoskeletal disorders
2. Cuts, abrasions and fractures
3. Slip, Trip Fall
4. Back Injury
5. Sharp Objects
6. Heavy Objects
7. Hand Injury
8. Lack of PPE
9. Poor Illumination
10. Lifting of excess load
11. Poor access and egress
12. Poor housekeeping

4 12 12

1. STARRT and RAMS discussed with all persons


involved in the task prior to works commencing works
supervisor to discuss 360 haz id and any mitagation
measures to be taken.
2. Avoid manual
handling where possible
3. If manual handling cannot be avoided, automation,
mechanisation and the use of lifting and transport
equipment should be considered (e.g, pallet trucks,
lift trucks, barrows, trolleys). However, attention
should be paid to ensure that new work risks are not
created (e.g. through noise, or hand-arm vibration).
4. Heavy or frequent manual handling tasks should
be carried out by several people or, if possible, the
amount that is handled should be reduced or the load
split into smaller ones
5. The rate of manual handling should not be set by a
machine, supervisor or colleagues. The time taken to
carry out manual handling tasks should be extended
by taking breaks, or by alternating them with other
tasks so that the muscles have time to recover
6. Employees are provided with the correct lifting /
handling techniques.
7. Ensure strength and fitness of people for the task
demand.
8. Team work when required.
9. Rotate the persons and give regular rest.
10. Maintain proper housekeeping.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 7 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Manual Handling / Offloading &


Installation of uPVC Pipe Sleeves

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Musculoskeletal disorders
2. Cuts, abrasions and fractures
3. Slip, Trip Fall
4. Back Injury
5. Sharp Objects
6. Heavy Objects
7. Hand Injury
8. Lack of PPE
9. Poor Illumination
10. Lifting of excess load
11. Poor access and egress
12. Poor housekeeping

4 12 12

11. Close supervision should be maintained all the


time.
12. Employees are provided with the correct lifting /
handling techniques
13. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees/workers are
adhering to manual handling safe working procedures
14. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to monitor and guide employees
15. Trained & Certified First Aider and first aid kit are
available on site.
16. All site personnel are familiar with emergency
and accident/incident reporting procedures and
emergency telephone numbers are known to
everyone.
17. PPEs Helmet, Safety shoes, coverall,
Goggles, Disposable face mask respirator, Ear plug,
Hand gloves, High visibility vest
(EN 471 Class
3).

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 8 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Survey Works

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

Survey
workforce

1. Slip/trip/falls
2. Contact with vehicles or property
causing Injury to Personnel
3. Heat Stroke
4. Heat Stress
5. Muscle cramps
6. Fainting
7. Feeling Sick
8. Lack of PPE
3
9. Bad weather condition
10. Lack of training
11. Failure to participate or conduct
STARRT before work
12.Impalement.
13.Lack of Safety information & awareness.
14.Lack of appropriate PPE.

1. Work supervisor to ensure only authorized


personnel carry out the task
2. Mandatory PPE for all personnel
3. Adequate welfare, first aid box, rest & messing
provisions to be provided.
4. Tools inspected, calibrated and color coded.
5. STARRT conducted and/or RAMS discussed to all
persons involved in the task prior to works
commencing.
6. Proper supervision at all times.
7. Appropriate communication process to be
established like Radio / Phone
8. Protect working site appropriately with warning
signs and if appropriate, barriers.Ensure that control
measures as stated in s/n 2 - Working in Extreme
Heat and Humidity are complied with.
9. Unobstructed safe Access and Egress shall be
provided and maintained during the course of all
work activities.
10. Maintain emergency access to the site.
11. Ensure phased construction maintains access
routes.
12. Egress routes need to be clearly marked out, well
lit, unobstructed and well maintained.
13. Consider and design construction sequences to
facilitate access to work positions.
14. Ensure space and provision for welfare facilities.
15. A good traffic management should be in place by
providing safe access routes with segregation of
pedestrians and vehicles.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 9 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Night shift activity

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Fire
2. Glare
3. Flickering lighting
4. Electrocution
5. Slips, Trips and Falls
6. Insufficient lighting levels
7. Fatigue
8. Hitting and falling from height because
of poor illumination
9. Health issues from unsafe work
arrangements and methods at night.
10. 10.Insects and small animals bites or
attacks
11. Lack of supervision
12. Working alone
13. Obstructed access and egress
14. Inadequate documentation
15. Lack of welfare facility
16. Sleeping

4 12 12

1. STARRT and RAMS discussed with all persons


involved in the task prior to works commencing works
supervisor to discuss 360 haz id and any mitagation
measures to be taken.
2. Proper and
sufficient lightings to be provided in all areas of work
and access egress areas (150 lux minimum)
3. Qualified, Competent and Authorized electricians
to test all portable electrical equipment at
recommended regular intervals
4. No lone working to be permitted during night works
5. Prior approval must be obtained before working at
night
6. Trained, qualified and authorized first aider to be
appointed with adequate first aid equipment and
station
7. Emergency vehicles with driver (fire truck and
ambulance), qualified-trained-authorized competent
and registered nurse and first aider on night duty
8. Work access should be well lit and free from
obstructions
9. Stroboscopic effects to be avoided while providing
lights

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 10 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Night shift activity

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Fire
2. Glare
3. Flickering lighting
4. Electrocution
5. Slips, Trips and Falls
6. Insufficient lighting levels
7. Fatigue
8. Hitting and falling from height because
of poor illumination
9. Health issues from unsafe work
arrangements and methods at night.
10. 10.Insects and small animals bites or
attacks
11. Lack of supervision
12. Working alone
13. Obstructed access and egress
14. Inadequate documentation
15. Lack of welfare facility
16. Sleeping

4 12 12

10. All work areas must be well lit, without shadow


11. Reflecting vest must be worn
12. Lighting for vehicles must be in good order
13. Suitable and sufficient access for ambulance and
fire truck shall be maintained
14. Walking on roads shall not be permitted, provide
adequate suitable transportation facility to and from
site
15. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees/workers are
adhering to safe working procedures during night
works.
16. Provide adequate and proper welfare facilities for
the workers such as safe drinking water, toilets, rest
shelter areas etc.
17. Plan an appropriate and varied workload.
18. Offer a choice of permanent or rotating shifts and
try to avoid permanent night shifts.
19. Encourage workers to take regular breaks and
allow some choice as to when they are taken.
20. Provide similar facilities as those available during
daytime and allow shift workers time for training and
development.
21. Ensure temperature & lighting is appropriate and
preferably adjustable.
22. Provide training and information on the risks of
shift work and ensure supervisors and management
can recognise problems.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Page 11 of 35

NEW PORT PROJECT


Construction Development Co. LLC
Boom Construction Co. LLC (JV)
NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Night shift activity

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Fire
2. Glare
3. Flickering lighting
4. Electrocution
5. Slips, Trips and Falls
6. Insufficient lighting levels
7. Fatigue
8. Hitting and falling from height because
of poor illumination
9. Health issues from unsafe work
arrangements and methods at night.
10. 10.Insects and small animals bites or
attacks
11. Lack of supervision
12. Working alone
13. Obstructed access and egress
14. Inadequate documentation
15. Lack of welfare facility
16. Sleeping

4 12 12

23. Consider increasing supervision during periods of


low alertness.
24. Set standards and allow time for communication
at shift handovers.
25. Ensure the workplace and surroundings are well
lit in compliance with QCS 2014.
26. Night works to be carried out with provisions as
mentioned in the Method of Statement.
27.Avoidance of working in areas known to large
insect / rodent infestations.
28. Apprepriate PPE to be worn while working in
areas as such.
29.Any insect/rodent bite to be immediately reported
to the First aider / Nurse.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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NPP/0047: Centralised Customs Inspection Area

Contractor Health and Safety Risk Assessment


Risk assessment

Risk assessment

Temporary electrical supply

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

Consultants,
Contractors,
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors, HSE
Dept., Public,
Clients
Representative
s, workforce,
supervisor

1. Electrocution
2. Fire
3. Eye / hand / body / feet injuries
4. Damage to the pump if used incorrectly
5.Use of damaged tools,
6.Inadequate PPE

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1. Ensure STARRT and/or RAMS are discussed with


the work group prior to works commencing.
2. Appropriate earthing to be provided to all electrical
equipment as per manufacturers requirements and
this must be regularly inspected to confirm that it is
actually in place and suitable to the electrical load.
3. Distribution boards (DB) locked and keys not at the
board. The keys are with the Authorized, Qualified
and Competent electrician. DB boards have
electrician contact details posted at each device.
4. Provide employees with electrical awareness
training to ensure they do not conduct any electrical
works, i.e. extend cables, or tape up damaged
cables, etc. Advise all that only a Qualified,
Competent and Authorized electrician can conduct
electrical maintenance works.
5. Store man provided with awareness training to
ensure they do not issue faulty/damaged electrical
equipment.
6. Workgroup supervision to conduct regular
inspections in their areas to ensure there is no
electrical risks, i.e. distribution board door open,
cables not creating tripping hazards, etc.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Temporary electrical supply

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

Consultants,
Contractors,
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors, HSE
Dept., Public,
Clients
Representative
s, workforce,
supervisor

1. Electrocution
2. Fire
3. Eye / hand / body / feet injuries
4. Damage to the pump if used incorrectly
5.Use of damaged tools,
6.Inadequate PPE

2 6

7. Regular electrical inspection and maintenance by


Qualified, Competent and Authorized electricians.
8. Cables lifting off the ground where possible or
safely placed away from access areas.
9. Ensure there are no trailing cables that can cause
people to trip or fall.
10. Ensure that adequate Firefighting equipment are
available everywhere.
11. Regular maintenance of rotating mechanisms
and all electrical leads and wires
12. Ensure all equipment is adequately earthed
13. Only certified electricians are to perform
maintenance and repairs
14. All equipment must be kept in a safe place when
not in use and not left lying around.
15. Employees/workers to use the correct personal
protective equipment at all times .
16. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees/workers are
using equipment correctly.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk assessment

Risk assessment

1. Consultants
2. Contractors
3. Sub
contractors
4. Visitors
5. HSE
department
6. Client's
representatives
7. Site
Delievery & Offloading of uPVC Pipe
Operatives
Sleeves
8. Inspectors
visiting site
9. Operators
10.Drivers
11.Users of the
road 12.Rigger
13.Carpenter
14.Supervisors/
foreman

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
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1. Unskilled driver/Operator
2. Overspeeding
3. Non-compliance with traffic rules
4. Unsecured load
5.Overhead services
6. Mechanical failure
7. Users of the road
8. Poor road condition
9. Poor weather condition
10. Congested work area
11. Poor visibility
12. Unplanned movement of vehicles
13. Overturning
15. Collision with pedestrians/operatives
16. Collision with structures
17. Collision with other vehicles
18. Overloading and falling objects
19. Falling of people

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1. STARRT and/ or RAMS discussed to all persons


involved in the task prior to work commencing.
2. Provide secure stockpile area for materials
delievered.
3. Unload and stack materials strictly in accordance
with the manufacturers' recommendations.
4. Minimise height of pallets / stockpile.
5. Use mechanical aids where possible.
6. Maintain control of loads when lifting & moving.
7. Carry loads close to ground while moving.
8. Visiting drivers should be made aware of their
Health and Safety responsibilities; i.e. attend QSS
induction and obtain a visitors pass prior to entry.
9. Qualified, Competent and Authorised mobile
equipment operator(s).
10. Qualified, Competent and Authorised Rigger.
11. Trained, Competent and Authorized banksman
12. Valid 3rd party certificate for lifting equipment
2
13. Valid operator/ driver license for lifting
equipment/ vehicles
14. Provide exclusion zone(s) where the activity is
occurring.
15. Wheel chocks should be used in addition to the
brake, particularly if any slope is present.
Never be downhill of a moving load.
16. Workers on foot should never be on the opposite
side of a truck from a forklift while it is loading or
unloading material.
17. If multiple items or loads that may shift are
moved, these must be properly secured with straps,
bands or other means prior to works commencing.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk assessment

Risk assessment

1. Consultants
2. Contractors
3. Sub
contractors
4. Visitors
5. HSE
department
6. Client's
representatives
7. Site
Delievery & Offloading of uPVC Pipe
Operatives
Sleeves
8. Inspectors
visiting site
9. Operators
10.Drivers
11.Users of the
road 12.Rigger
13.Carpenter
14.Supervisors/
foreman

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Unskilled driver/Operator
2. Overspeeding
3. Non-compliance with traffic rules
4. Unsecured load
5.Overhead services
6. Mechanical failure
7. Users of the road
8. Poor road condition
9. Poor weather condition
10. Unsecured load/improperly covered
load
11. Congested work area
12. Poor visibility
13. Unplanned movement of vehicles
14. Overturning
15. Collision with pedestrians/operatives
16. Collision with structures
17. Collision with other vehicles
18. Overloading and falling objects
19. Falling of people

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18. Provision of fall protection on top of truck.


19. All personnel on foot must be clear of the loading
zone during operations.
20. Drivers should visually inspect and secure any
truck or trailer and the area around it before moving it
to assure all workers are clear.
21. Regular maintenance occurs with all mobile
equipment.
22. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure Operators are safely
using plant as per its design and conduct daily
inspections.
23. Daily Vehicle inspection checklist should be
completed by driver/operator.
24. One way traffic will be implemented where
2
practicable.
25. Driver/operator should report any defect found to
direct supervisor/mechanic.
26. Overhead services to be identified and avoid
loading/offloading under overhead services.
27. Avoid overloading.
28. Drive carefully. Follow road instructions, speed
limits set should be strictly enforced at site.
29. Seat belt policy to be enforced.
30. Ensure clear vicinity in the vehicles/equipment
working area.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk assessment

1. Consultants
2. Contractors
3. Sub
contractors
4. Visitors
5. HSE
department
6. Client's
representatives
7. Site
Delievery & Offloading of uPVC Pipe
Operatives
Sleeves
8. Inspectors
visiting site
9. Operators
10.Drivers
11.Users of the
road 12.Rigger
13.Carpenter
14.Supervisors/
foreman

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Unskilled driver/Operator
2. Overspeeding
3. Non-compliance with traffic rules
4. Unsecured load
5.Overhead services
6. Mechanical failure
7. Users of the road
8. Poor road condition
9. Poor weather condition
10. Unsecured load/improperly covered
load
11. Congested work area
12. Poor visibility
13. Unplanned movement of vehicles
14. Overturning
15. Collision with pedestrians/operatives
16. Collision with structures
17. Collision with other vehicles
18. Overloading and falling objects
19. Falling of people

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

31. Avoid driving in fog/low visibility/adverse weather


conditions.
32. Working day for drivers should not exceed 12
hours.
33. Driver should ensure that the cargo compartment
shutter is properly closed after each
loading/offloading operation.
34. Do not drive when feeling tired.
35. Drive with headlights on whilst on site.
36. Secure all necessary tools during travel.

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Use of Hand Tools

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Tripping
2. Splinters
3. Eye / hand / body / feet injuries
4. Damage to the tool if used incorrectly
5. Fractures/injuries to hands & fingers,
6. Struck by,
7. Use of damaged tools,
8. Use of Tampered Tools
9. Lack of PPE
10. Use of homemade tools
11. Use of substandard tools
12. Use the tools for unintended purpose

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1. STARRT and RAMS discussed with all persons


involved in the task prior to works commencing works
supervisor to discuss 360 haz id and any mitagation
measures to be taken.
2. Only
Trained, Competent and Authorised persons to use
hand tools
3. Tools are required to be suitable for the purpose
for which they will be used.
4. Prior to using the tool the person(s) must inspect it
to ensure it is not damaged in any way which could
create a hazard. Where damage is identified the
hand tool is returned to the store for a replacement to
be issued.
5. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees/workers are
using safe tools and correctly using them for their
intention and design
6. Open bladed knives, screwdrivers, and other sharp
tools are to be carried and used so as not to cause
injury to the user or others.
7. Non-ferrous (spark Free) tools are to be used in
flammable atmospheres.
8. Insulated tools must be used where there is a
possibility of live electrical work.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk assessment

Use of Hand Tools

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants2.
Contractors3.S
ub Contractors
4.Visitors, HSE
Dept. 5.Public,
Clients
Representative
s 6.workforce
7.supervisor

1. Tripping
2. Splinters
3. Eye / hand / body / feet injuries
4. Damage to the tool if used incorrectly
5. Fractures/injuries to hands & fingers,
6. Struck by,
7. Use of damaged tools,
8. Use of Tampered Tools
9. Lack of PPE
10. Use of homemade tools
11. Use of substandard tools
12. Use the tools for unintended purpose

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9. All tools should be kept clear of unnecessary


grease, moisture or dirt.
10. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to monitor and guide employees
11. Trained & Certified First Aider and first aid kit are
available on site.
12. All site personnel are familiar with emergency
and accident/incident reporting procedures and
emergency telephone numbers are known to
everyone.
13. Supervisors to ensure that hand tools are
inspected and ensured that no homemade tools or
tampered tools are being used in the site. The
workers to be briefed about the harms in doing so.
14. PPEs Helmet, Safety shoes, coverall,
Goggles, Disposable face mask respirator, Ear plug,
Hand gloves, High visibility vest
(EN 471 Class
3).

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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10

Use of Power Tools

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Eye injuries from dust, swarf or other


fragments
2. Wrist and hand injuries due to tool
jamming or binding
Consultants,
3. Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
Contractors,
4. Air/hydraulic lines becoming detached or
Sub
bursting
Contractors,
5. Electric shock/Electrocution
Visitors, HSE
6. Fire/explosion
3
Dept., Public,
7. Health hazard
Clients
8. Noise
Representative
9. Use of substandard tools
s, Operator,
10. Use the tools for unintended purpose
workforce
11. Lack of inspection of power tools
12. Damaged and frayed cables
13. Removed guard

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1. Trained, Competent and Authorized operatives are


allowed to use power tools
2. Qualified, Competent and Authorized electricians
to test all portable electrical equipment at
recommended regular intervals
3. Employee conducts daily inspections of power
tools (including electrical cords) before operation and
where faults are identified that require immediate
maintenance the tool is put out of service until
maintenance is conducted by a Trained, Competent
and Authorised person
4. All power feeds, electrical, pneumatic or hydraulic,
to comply with Qatar National Standards and
maintained in good condition
5. Ensure that the power tool has the correct guard,
shield or other attachment that the manufacturer
recommends. Ensure all electrical distribution boards
are fitted with ELCB and this is regularly tested to
evaluate if it is working safely or not with immediate
rectification of all faults
6. STARRT and/or RAMS discussed to all persons
involved in the task prior to works commencing
7. Ensure power tools have appropriate earthing
8. Tools must be used in accordance with
manufacturers instructions

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk assessment

10

Use of Power Tools

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Eye injuries from dust, swarf or other


fragments
2. Wrist and hand injuries due to tool
jamming or binding
Consultants,
3. Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
Contractors,
4. Air/hydraulic lines becoming detached or
Sub
bursting
Contractors,
5. Electric shock/Electrocution
Visitors, HSE
6. Fire/explosion
3
Dept., Public,
7. Health hazard
Clients
8. Noise
Representative
9. Use of substandard tools
s, Operator,
10. Use the tools for unintended purpose
workforce
11. Lack of inspection of power tools
12. Damaged and frayed cables
13. Removed guard

3 9

9. Select power tools with lowest vibration level. A


tool producing high levels of vibration to have antivibration handles to reduce the risks
10. Minimize the time individuals use the equipment,
i.e. job rotation
11. Noise Assessment required where deemed
necessary
12. A safe working platform is required when using a
power tool
13. Power tools shall only be used in well-lit and
ventilated areas
14. Wear or use personal protective equipment
(PPE) or clothing that is appropriate for the work you
are doing; this may include items such as safety
glasses or goggles, or a face shield (with safety
glasses or goggles), hearing protection, dust mask,
gloves, safety boots or shoes, or rubber boots.
15. Switch off the tools before connecting them to a
power supply.
16. If a power cord feels more than comfortably warm
or if a tool is sparking, have it checked by an
electrician or other qualified person.
17. Disconnect the power supply before making
adjustments or changing accessories.
18. Remove any wrenches and adjusting tools before
turning on a tool.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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10

Use of Power Tools

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Eye injuries from dust, swarf or other


fragments
2. Wrist and hand injuries due to tool
jamming or binding
Consultants,
3. Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
Contractors,
4. Air/hydraulic lines becoming detached or
Sub
bursting
Contractors,
5. Electric shock/Electrocution
Visitors, HSE
6. Fire/explosion
3
Dept., Public,
7. Health hazard
Clients
8. Noise
Representative
9. Use of substandard tools
s, Operator,
10. Use the tools for unintended purpose
workforce
11. Lack of inspection of power tools
12. Damaged and frayed cables
13. Removed guard

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19. Inspect the cord for fraying or damage before


each use. Tag defective tools must be immediately
returned to the store man.
20. During use, keep power cords clear of tools and
the path that the tool will take.
21. Use clamps, a vice or other devices to hold and
support the piece being worked on, when practical to
do so. This will allow you to use both hands for better
control of the tool and will help prevent injuries if a
tool jams or binds in a work piece.
22. Use only approved extension cords that have the
proper wire size (gauge) for the length of cord and
power requirements of the electric tool that you are
using. This will prevent the cord from overheating.
23. Suspend power cords over aisles or work areas to
eliminate stumbling or tripping hazards.
24. Eliminate octopus connections: if more than one
receptacle plug is needed, use a power bar or power
distribution strip that has an integral power cord and
a built-in over current protection.
25. Pull the plug, not the cord when unplugging a
tool. Pulling the cord causes wear and may adversely
affect the wiring to the plug and cause electrical
shock to the operator.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Eye injuries from dust, swarf or other


fragments
2. Wrist and hand injuries due to tool
jamming or binding
Consultants,
3. Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
Contractors,
4. Air/hydraulic lines becoming detached or
Sub
bursting
Contractors,
5. Electric shock/Electrocution
Visitors, HSE
6. Fire/explosion
3
Dept., Public,
7. Health hazard
Clients
8. Noise
Representative
9. Use of substandard tools
s, Operator,
10. Use the tools for unintended purpose
workforce
11. Lack of inspection of power tools
12. Damaged and frayed cables
13. Removed guard

3 9

26. Follow good housekeeping procedures - keep the


work area free of clutter and debris that could be
tripping or slipping hazards.
27. Keep power cords away from heat, water, oil,
sharp edges and moving parts. They can damage the
insulation and cause a shock.
28. Ensure that cutting tools, drill bits, etc. are kept
sharp, clean and well maintained.
29. Store tools in a dry, secure location when they
are not being used.
30. Do not wear gloves, loose clothing or jewelry
while using revolving power tools. Tie back long hair
or wear appropriate hair protection to prevent hair
from getting caught in moving parts of equipment.
31. Do not leave a running tool unattended. Do not
leave it until it has been turned off, has stopped
running completely, and has been unplugged.
32. Do not expose electric power tools to rain or wet
conditions; wet tools increase the likelihood of
electric shock.
33. Stop using an electric power tool if you feel a
tingle in your fingers. This is a warning that the tool is
faulty and needs repair.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1. Eye injuries from dust, swarf or other


fragments
2. Wrist and hand injuries due to tool
jamming or binding
Consultants,
3. Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
Contractors,
4. Air/hydraulic lines becoming detached or
Sub
bursting
Contractors,
5. Electric shock/Electrocution
Visitors, HSE
6. Fire/explosion
3
Dept., Public,
7. Health hazard
Clients
8. Noise
Representative
9. Use of substandard tools
s, Operator,
10. Use the tools for unintended purpose
workforce
11. Lack of inspection of power tools
12. Damaged and frayed cables
13. Removed guard

3 9

34. Prevent shocks. Ensure that the tools are


properly grounded using an industrial type threeprong plug, are double-insulated (and are labeled as
such), or are powered by a low-voltage isolation
transformer: this will protect users from an electrical
shock, i.e. 110 voltage.
35. Do not walk on or allow vehicles or other moving
equipment to pass over unprotected power cords.
Cords should be put in conduits or protected by
placing planks on each side of them.
36. Do not operate tools in an area containing
explosive vapours or gases.
37. Do not clean tools with flammable or toxic
solvents.
38. Do not surprise or touch anyone who is operating
a tool. Startling a tool operator could end up causing
an accident or injury.
39. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees are
adhering to working at height safe working
procedures

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk
level

1. Ladder use is intended for short term work only,


i.e. 5-10 minutes. If the work will last longer than this
time period then a safe platform is to be erected.
2. Stepladders and ladders must be subject to an
inspection and testing regime and clearly marked to
show whether they have passed or failed, i.e. ladder
tags.
3. The user must carry out a brief visual inspection of
stepladder/ladder to check integrity of equipment
prior to use.
4. No homemade ladders are allowed to be used on
site.
5. Need to maintain the 4:1 ratio.
6. For unsecured ladders (not fixed/tied), another
person must support (hold) the ladder when used.
7. Do not use the last 3 rungs on any ladder.
8. All stepladders/ladders must be robust and of
suitable construction. Step ladders and ladders
intended for domestic use must not be used at work.
9. Stepladders/ladders must be selected which are
suitable for the job in hand.
10. Users must keep three points of contact with the
ladder at all times (one hand two feet or one foot two
hands).
11. Only one person at a time must use the
stepladder/ladder.

Risk factor

1. Falls of persons from ladder


2. Ladder slipping
3. Objects dropped by ladder user
4. Instability of stepladder
Consultants,
5. Electrocution
Sub
6. Location: uneven or slippery ground;
Contractors,
restricted access; obstructions;
Visitors, HSE
traffic/pedestrian movements, etc.
personnel ,
7. Use of substandard Ladder
Clients
8. Use of ladder for unintended purpose
Representative
9. Lack of inspection of Ladder
s, Operators,
10. Missing member of ladder
workforce
11. Failure to fix the ladder in proper angle
12. Lack of training
13. Muddy terrain

Risk factor

Hazards

Severity

Using Ladders

Who affected

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

11

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk
level

12. Tools must be secured when not in use, i.e.


anyone working from a ladder to wears a tool belt
and keep the tools in this and not lying on the ladder
where they could fall.
13. Non conducting stepladders/ladders must be
used if work is on live electrical installations.
14. Ensure the stepladder/ladder is placed on a flat,
nonslip surface.
15. Avoid sitting stepladders/ladders behind doors,
across access routes or around blind corners, if this
is unavoidable, take suitable precautions such as
locking doors, redirecting traffic or displaying warning
signs.
16. Avoid using stepladders/ladders when it is raining
17. Stepladders/ladders must not be used in high
winds or during dust storm.
18. Do not carry tools or materials when using ladder.
19. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees/workers are
adhering to safe working procedures at all times.

Risk factor

1. Falls of persons from ladder


2. Ladder slipping
3. Objects dropped by ladder user
4. Instability of stepladder
Consultants,
5. Electrocution
Sub
6. Location: uneven or slippery ground;
Contractors,
restricted access; obstructions;
Visitors, HSE
traffic/pedestrian movements, etc.
personnel ,
7. Use of substandard Ladder
Clients
8. Use of ladder for unintended purpose
Representative
9. Lack of inspection of Ladder
s, Operators,
10. Missing member of ladder
workforce
11. Failure to fix the ladder in proper angle
12. Lack of training
13. Muddy terrain

Risk factor

Hazards

Severity

Using Ladders

Who affected

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

11

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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Risk assessment

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

1. Trained, Competent and Authorized personnel only


to conduct working at height activities
2. STARRT and/or RAMS discussed to all persons
involved in the task prior to works commencing

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Working at Heights

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
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Consultants,
Contractors,
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors, HSE
Dept., Public,
Clients
Representative
s, workforce,
supervisor

1. Falls of persons
2. Falls of materials
3. Electric shock or electrocution
4. Overturning of plant and equipment
5. Lack of training
6. Bad weather condition
7. Lack of PPE
8. Missing member of structure
9. Open edge and hole
10. Failure to use Full Body Harness
11. Wrong anchorage point
12. Use of Damaged Full Body Harness

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3. Work areas will be assessed before


commencement, and hazards associated with work at
height identified and fall prevention measures
implemented. Where not feasible, safe systems of
work must be implemented, i.e. installation of
horizontal lifelines
4. Where horizontal life lines need to be provided
these are erected by Trained, Competent and
Authorised personnel.
5. Where edge protection is not practicable an
alternative means of fall prevention / fall arrest will
be identified prior to works commencing.
6. Where edge protection can be provided this must
be provided at all leading edges, slab openings, lift
shafts, etc. prior to any works commencing
7. Where there is likely to be debris falling, safety
nets, chutes or full enclosures will be used to protect
3rd parties.
8. Tool tethering is a must for all hand tools while
working at height.
9. Where overhead works occur the areas below are
barricaded with warning signage provided.
10. Regular housekeeping must occur.

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Working at Heights

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

Consultants,
Contractors,
Sub
Contractors,
Visitors, HSE
Dept., Public,
Clients
Representative
s, workforce,
supervisor

1. Falls of persons
2. Falls of materials
3. Electric shock or electrocution
4. Overturning of plant and equipment
5. Lack of training
6. Bad weather condition
7. Lack of PPE
8. Missing member of structure
9. Open edge and hole
10. Failure to use Full Body Harness
11. Wrong anchorage point
12. Use of Damaged Full Body Harness

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

11. Safe means of access and egress will be


provided to the area of work.
12. All equipment used will be checked to ensure it is
in good working order, to correct specification and in
date for inspection.
13. When work is planned near live electricity the
source of power is isolated by a Qualified, Competent
and Authorised electrical engineer/electrician and a
permit to work is issued prior to works commencing.
14. Emergency rescue procedure must be in-place.
15. Fall-restraints (i.e. full-body harness) will only be
use as a last resort.

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Lifting Operations - using cranes

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1. Persons involved are not competent


2. Equipment is in a poor state of repair
3. Incorrect equipment being used
4. General misuse of equipment
Consultants,
5. Lack of accurate information about the
Contractors,
load characteristics
Sub
6. Unstable ground where mobile cranes
Contractors,
are used
Visitors, HSE
7. Poor weather conditions
Dept., Public,
8. Poor slinging of the load
Clients
9. Fall of materials
Representative 10. Electrical shock or electrocution
s, workforce,
11. Poor communications with crane
supervisor,
operator and rigger(s)
Rigger
12. Production pressure to get the job done
on time
13. Trapped between the crane and fixed
structures.

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1. Crane has valid 3rd party certificate


2. Qualified, competent and authorised crane
operator
3. Qualified, competent and authorised Rigger
4. Valid 3rd party lifting certificate for all lifting
equipment
5. Valid 3rd party certificate for crane operator and
Qatars driving license
6. Valid 3rd party certificate for rigger
7. Approved lifting plan in place prior to works
commencing
8. Appropriate permits in place (where required) prior
to works commencing.
12 9. The crane shall have a fully operational automatic
safe working load indicator, and over wind protection.
10. Trained, competent and authorised flagman to be
used where loads are to be moved by mobile cranes
11. Ensure STARRT and/or RAMS are discussed
with the work group prior to works commencing
12. Qualified, Competent and Authorised Lifting
Coordinator present during lifting activity
13. Clear means of communication to be provided
during lifting activities at all times, i.e. two way radio
if required
14. Area around the lifting operation/activity is
barricaded from unauthorized entry and sign posted

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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1. Persons involved are not competent


2. Equipment is in a poor state of repair
3. Incorrect equipment being used
4. General misuse of equipment
Consultants,
5. Lack of accurate information about the
Contractors,
load characteristics
Sub
6. Unstable ground where mobile cranes
Contractors,
are used
Visitors, HSE
7. Poor weather conditions
Dept., Public,
8. Poor slinging of the load
Clients
9. Fall of materials
Representative 10. Electrical shock or electrocution
s, workforce,
11. Poor communications with crane
supervisor,
operator and rigger(s)
Rigger
12. Production pressure to get the job done
on time
13. Trapped between the crane and fixed
structures
14. People under suspended loads

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15. Daily inspections of Crane and lifting equipment


by qualified, competent and authorised persons. Any
faults identified are to be immediately resolved prior
to works commencing.
16. Ensure that the crane is located on solid level
ground and that the outriggers and spreader plates
are fully deployed
17. Loads never to be lifted over persons
18. Tag line to be used at all times with loads
19. Provide alternative safe access if pedestrian
access routes are within the lifting activities area
12 20. Crane shall be positioned so that there is a min of
600mm distance between it and any fixed structure to
prevent any person becoming trapped.
21. Overhead power lines - maintain a safe clearance
between energized power lines and the crane and its
load. Where avoidance of working next to power
lines cannot occur de-energize and visibly ground
electrical distribution and transmission lines prior to
works commencing
22. No overloading and overriding of Safety Alarm
devices

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
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1.Consultants
2.Contractors
3.Sub
Contractors
4.Visitors
5. HSE Dept
6.Public
7.Clients
Representative
s
8. workforce
9. supervisor
10.Scaffolder

1. Person Falling from height


2. Falling object
3. Collapse of Scaffolding structure
4. Failure of PFAS
5. Failure of scaffolding structure
6. Unauthorized access to incomplete
scaffold

12 12

1. Qualified, Competent and Authorized scaffolders


to erect alter and dismantle the scaffolding.
2. Valid 3rd party certificate of the scaffolders and
scaffolding supervisor.
3. Qualified, Competent and Authorized scaffolding
supervisor must inspect the scaffolding before use,
on a weekly basis and after any alteration.
4. Tags system must be in-placed and implemented.
5. Scaffolding above 5 meters high should be
inspected by third party.
6. Scaffolding that is 10 meters high must be
designed by a Structural Engineer.
7. Scaffold erection should be as per manufacture or
certified design.
8. Exclusion zones must be in-placed during erection,
alteration and dismantling of scaffolding. Warning
signs must be in-placed.
9. Scaffolders must wear double lanyard full-body
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harness with shock absorber (where required) during
erection, alteration and dismantling of scaffolding.
10. Ensure STARRT and/or RAMS are discussed
with the work group prior to works commencing
11. Visual daily inspection of scaffolding before use.
12. All openings in the platform to be properly
covered or protected by guard- rails.
13. No substandard scaffold material shall be use

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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1.Consultants
2.Contractors
3.Sub
Contractors
4.Visitors
5. HSE Dept
6.Public
7.Clients
Representative
s
8. workforce
9. supervisor
10.Scaffolder

1. Person Falling from height


2. Falling object
3. Collapse of Scaffolding structure
4. Failure of PFAS
5. Failure of scaffolding structure
6. Unauthorized access to incomplete
scaffold

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

14. Ensure safe access/egress provided for the


scaffold
15. Do not carry tools or materials in hand while
climbing on the ladder
16. Ensure the Guard rails and Toe-Boards are in
place and secured before you start your job on the
scaffold.
17. Do not over load the scaffold. Take minimum
materials required for the work.
18. Tool bags for scaffold erectors are a must.
19. Mobile Tower Scaffolds:
3

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scaffolder(s), including any alteration or dismantling.


scaffolding supervisor.
material when the scaffold is being moved.

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Risk factor

Risk
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Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

when scaffold is in use.


base dimension.

14 Erection & Dismantling of scaffold

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1.Consultants
2.Contractors
3.Sub
Contractors
4.Visitors
5. HSE Dept
6.Public
7.Clients
Representative
s
8. workforce
9. supervisor
10.Scaffolder

place and secured before you start your job on the


scaffold.
1. Person Falling from height
2. Falling object
3. Collapse of Scaffolding structure
4. Failure of PFAS
5. Failure of scaffolding structure
6. Unauthorized access to incomplete
scaffold

the scaffolds.
materials required for the work.
3

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including outriggers support

scaffold when it is moved from one place to another


20. Work within the platform area; do not try to
extend by reaching out of guard rails, if work needs
to be done outside of guardrails.
21. Trained, Competent and Authorised Supervision
present at all times to ensure employees are
adhering to working at height safe working
procedures

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Housekeeping

NPP00100-ACM-PRO-1201-SHRA
Revision 0 - 01 August 2015

1.Consultants
2.Contractors
3.Sub
Contractors
4.Visitors
5. HSE Dept
6.Public
7.Clients
Representative
s
8. workforce
9. supervisor

1. Slip/trip/falls
2. Fire
3. Impalement
4. Property / Material damage.
5. Respiratory distress.
6. Fall of material
7. Striking against projecting poorly stacked
3
item
8. Misplaced material.
9. Cutting, puncturing, or tearing the skin of
hands or other parts of the body on
projecting nails, wire or steel strapping.
10. Spillage
11. Blocked access

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1. Minimize fire hazards by keeping workplace free of


accumulated combustible materials and waste.
2. Ensure that exits and aisles are clear of
obstructions to allow easy evacuation of the work
area.
3. Place all trash and scrap in proper containers.
4. Keep oily rags in covered metal containers.
5. Dispose of hazardous materials in approved
marked containers.
6. Store equipment and materials in their assigned
location.
7. Ensure that boxes, drums, and piles are located on
a firm foundation and properly stacked.
8. Clean up tools and unused materials after finishing
a job or before leaving the job site.
9. Clean up spills promptly according to procedures,
using personal protective equipment (PPE) where
necessary.
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10. Provide designated denailing area.
11. Bundle hoses and cables when not in use.
12. Place empty containers and pallets in designated
locations.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

Hazards

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

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1.Consultants
2.Contractors
3.Sub
Contractors
4.Visitors
5. HSE Dept
6.Public
7.Clients
Representative
s
8. workforce
9. supervisor

1. Slip/trip/falls
2. Fire
3. Impalement
4. Property / Material damage.
5. Respiratory distress.
6. Fall of material
7. Striking against projecting poorly stacked
3
item
8. Misplaced material.
9. Cutting, puncturing, or tearing the skin of
hands or other parts of the body on
projecting nails, wire or steel strapping.
10. Spillage
11. Blocked access

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13. Dump small containers into larger ones.


14. Keep only enough combustible materials at job
site for job at hand.
15. Do not pile material around fire extinguishers, or
emergency exits.
16. Do not leave clean-up to last few minutes of shift
or day.
17. Do not clean equipment without "locking out."
18. Do not reach into waste containers. Dump
contents or remove bag.
19. Do not blow off dust with compressed air. Use a
vacuum or brush.
4
20. Do not collect broken glass and metal straps in
plastic bags.
21. Do not use bare hands when collecting waste.
Wear gloves to avoid cuts and splinters.

Risk factor

Risk
level

Severity

(after controls)

Controls to be implemented
(mitigation measures)

Likelihood

Hazards

Who affected

Risk factor

Activities
(check all that apply)

Severity

S/
N

Likelihood

(before controls)

Risk
level

Likelihood

Severity
1

10

9 12 15

8 12 16 20

5 10 15 20 25

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Risk level 1 - No potential for injury, illness, or incident.


Low
Medium

High

1 - Very Unlikely

2 - Potential for minor injury, illness, or incident.

2 - Unlikely

3 - Potential for a recordable injury, illness, or incident.

3 - Likely

4 - Potential for major incident, or major injury or illness causing short term disability.

4 - Very Likely

5 - Potential for major incident, or major injury or illness causing a fatality or long term disability.

5 - Certain

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