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Monthly HSE Report

1.0 HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT


Project:

Jetpur - Somnath Project, Gujarat

Month:

January

Year:

2015

1.1 Executive Summary


Health & Safety
We have achieved above 9.36 million safe man hours without lost time injury
The Jetpur - Somnath project has achieved Approx.9.36 million cumulative man-hours worked up to 31st January15.
The project has accomplished Zero LTI free man-hours worked since last LTI on dt.1st July 12.
3 No. First Aid cases occurred during the month of January15.
Total 167 nos. of Construction Vehicles (Like Hywa, Tipper, Roller, Paver, Hydra & DG Set) were inspected
and Stick Green Sticker after inspection during the month of January15.
Total 55 Nos. of Safety trainings conducted at site and achieved 1110 man months during the month of
January15.
Total 14.Nos. Plants (like Batching Plants, Crusher Plants, and Hot Mix Plants etc.) have been inspected
during the month of January15 by HSE team and, mechanical team.
Total 4283 man-month achieved from tool box talks such as Incident alerts, Hazard & Fire safety to site etc.
conducted at site.
45 Persons safety Induction conducted during the month of January15.
Total 2 nos Housekeeping Inspection conducted at site all during January15.
09 Nos. Work Permit has been issued for excavation work during January15.
Issued mandatory PPEs to the workers and ensure its proper use at site and PPEs stock list has been attached
with the monthly report as Appendix 1.

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PHOTOGRAPHS RELATED TO SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM & PROGRESS

26th Road Safety Week Inauguration

Installation of Metal Beam crash


barrier under progress in the project

Junction marking with


thermoplastic paint Under progress

Reflective Studs (Cat eyes)


Installation under progress

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Road Studs Installation across the road


before median opening in progress

Toll plaza Works in progress with all


safety devices

All PPEs used by Staff and


Director during site visit

January15

Installation of Road Sign Boards in


the Project under progress

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1.3

Health, Safety & Environmental Objectives


Objectives

Progress

Measures

Health & Safety:


1

Eliminate Personal Damage


(PD) Class 1 incident
PD Class-1:- Damage which
permanently alters the future
of the individual.

Zero No of Personal Damage Accident until


completion at the Construction Site.
PD-1 Fatality
0
PD-1 LTI
0

Reducing personal damage


Class 2 and Class 3 incident
systematically.
PD Class-2:- Damage which
temporarily alters a persons
future e.g. broken arm or
muscle strain etc.
PD Class-3:- Damage which
inconveniences a person e.g.
first aid treatment for a cut
hand, dust in eyes etc.
Near Miss / Dangerous
Occurrence

Achieve 9.06 million safe man-hours worked


since last LTI on 1st July12

Increase a level of safety and


health awareness among
employees and subcontractors.

Conducted Tool Box Talk before starting of


work.
Site Inspection with Checklist.
Total man-month for Tool Box Talk achieved
4283 Nos.

PD -2 (LTI)

- 0

PD -3
LTIFR

- 3
- 0

No-Major Accidents

The project has


achieved
9.36 million safe
man-hours worked
since last LTI on 1st
July12

Tool Box Talk


conducted before
starting of work by
HSE Team.

Total 55 nos. of training programmes Conduct at


the site.
Total man-month for training achieved 1110 Nos.

26th HSE Committee


meeting held on
dated 29th
January15.

Conducted monthly HSE Committee meeting at


site for review of HSE compliances and
performance.
4

To maximise sub-contractor
and supplier involvement in
improving Safety and health
performance.

Involve the sub-contractors and their employees


in all HSE training programmes.

Being Done

PUC, Driver licence & other


documents

PUC, Driver licence & other documents should


be available in construction vehicle.

PUC & fitness


certificate of all
required
construction vehicle
has been update as
on date.

EMP Documentation

Environmental Performance Assessment checklist


had not been maintained.
It should be maintain on monthly basis.

Environmental
inspection has been
done and other
documents shall be

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maintained as per
requirement.
7

HSE Training

HSE Training Should be conducted as per training


plan.

Training conducted
as per scheduled of
monthly plan. Total
1110 workers
participated during
this safety training

Excavated Material stacking at


working site.

Excavated Material should be stack up to 2m


height at working site.

Excavated material
removed from the
edge of excavated
pits

Objectives

Measures

Progress

Environmental:
Environmental mitigation
Implementation of EMP Plan for Jetpurmeasures has been
Somnath Project
implemented at site

Complied

Qtr. Environmental Monitoring

Qtr. Environmental
Monitoring has been
conducted on 14.05.2014

Complied

Six Monthly MoEF Report (July 14


December14)

6 Monthly MoEF Report from


July2014 to Dec 2014 to be
submitted

Submitted on 04th Feb2015

1.4

Ongoing Key Health, Safety & Environmental Initiatives: -

02 Packages

No. of Workplaces or PKG.


No. of Health and Safety Plans in Place:

02

No. of Environmental Plans in Place:

02

System Measurements

This month
(nos.)

Up to Previous
Month

Total to Date
(nos.)

(Nos.)

No of Inductions and Attendees

45

2307

2352

No of Toolbox Talks Attendees

4283

111325

115608

79

81

00

05

05

No of HSE Inspections
New Procedures Performa
(List and attach any new procedures/ forms introduced on the
project)
Health, Hygiene and safety Inspection Check list

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1.4.1 Training

Monthly HSE Report

In-House Health, Safety & Environmental Training:


Total 55 Nos. Safety training conducted at site
Over 1110 Nos. Worker participated in this training including Site engineers of EPC Contractor and
sub-contractors have successfully attended the above training programme.
The site training is a step towards our awareness programmes conducted on monthly basis on HSE
aspects among all workman and supervisory staff to create awareness among project staff for safe,
secure and healthy environment at work site.
Every day tool box talks conducted at site, before starting of work at each working location.
Over 4,283 Persons including Engineers and Supervisors participated.
1.4.2

Key Action for January15:


Status of Key Actions from previous month:

Health & Safety:

Conducted 26th Road Safety Week Campaign during 11th to 17th of january2015

Conducted Maintenance of Diversion boards and supporting boards during the month

Installation of Metal Beam Crash Barrier is started and work under progress.

Road Markings started and work under progress in 4 lane completed stretch and junctions

Installation of Permanent Road Signs started and work under progress in Project.

Installation of Road Studs (cat eyes) at median openings, Curves, and Built up areas

Safety Induction training programs for third party Agencies of Road furniture, lane Marking, Sign board contractors

Specific HSE Training programs conducted during month covering welding, cutting, rigging, material
handling, hot work, asphalt works etc

Housekeeping of work site during the month

PPEs Inspection and replacement during the month

Environment:
Ensured water sprinkling system (water tankers) at construction site for dust pollution control.
Environmental Monitoring along the Project road and plant site has been conducted on 17th Dec

2014.
Green belt developed near all Plants (like Batching Plants, Crusher Plants, Hot Mix Plants and Camp
office etc.

Installed water sprinkling system in all the crusher plants

Rehabilitation of Borrow area and Quarry sites to be initiated after completion of project.

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1.4.3

Key Actions planned for February15:


Health & Safety:

Maintenance of Diversion boards and supporting boards during the month

Installation of Metal Beam Crash Barrier is started and work under progress.

Road Markings started and work under progress in 4 lane completed stretch

Installation of Permanent Road Signs started and work under progress in Project.

Installation of Blinkers, Road studs, Delineators and other safety appurtenances

Safety Induction training programs for third party Agencies of Road furniture, lane Marking, Sign board contractors

Specific HSE Training programs to be conducted during month covering welding, cutting, rigging, material
handling, hot work, asphalt works etc

Housekeeping of work site during the month

PPEs Inspection and replacement during the month

Environmental Issue:
Environmental Monitoring to be done

1.5

Implementation of Environmental Management Plan

Ensure monthly reporting system at site.

Review of environmental checklist and its implementation at site

Review/Monitoring of Applicable permits and clearances.

Environmental Monitoring Program:

Air:

Dec.14
Water:
Dec.14
Noise/Vibration:
Dec.14
Waste/Recycling:
Nil
Flora/Fauna:
Conservation of Flora and Fauna have been taken care on top priority during the widening of 2-lane to
4-lane road project.

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1.6 Health, Safety & Environmental Inspection:
Level 1 HSE Inspection has been conducted during this month
Level

Type

Level-1

Internal

Project/Location

Inspected by

Safety Officer

PKG A & B

1.7Monthly Health, Safety & Environmental/Breaches/Complaints/Non-Conformance/ Awards/penalized:


Awards issued to: Nil

Penalized/Warning:
0 Nos. Staff and workers Penalized for safety violation.
Public Complaints: - (If any - provide details)- Nil
Safety Non-Conformance: - (If any - provide details)- Nil
Breaches by EPC Contractor (M/s Backbone Enterprises): - (If any - provide details)- Nil

Definition of Breaches Number of breaches of statutory health, safety & environmental requirements. This includes
Fines, Improvement Notice, Prohibition Notice, Penalty Notice or Prosecutions, or Non Compliance with Legal and Other
Requirements.

1.8 Analysis of HSE Incidents for the Month of January15: Nil

Sl.
No.

Incident Description
*Identify Body Part
Injured

Date/
Time of
Incident

Injured Person(s)
(include details of any
Medical Treatment)
Damage to property or
the Environment

No. of LTD
Location

Head of
Department
Comments

Classes
(PD1,
PD2,
PD3)

1st Day
Absent

1st Day
Return to
Work

1st Day
Return to
Normal
Duties

This
Month

Cum Yr
to Date

1.9 Health, Safety & Environmental Committee Meetings:


Project

Date Held

Next Due

Actions
Closed Out

Actions in
Progress

Action
Outstanding

HSE Committee Meeting has been conducted on 29th January 2015

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SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


MONTHLY HSE STATISTICS REPORT
4-LANING OF JETPUR-SOMNATH SECTION OF NH-8D
Report for the Month of :- January'2015
Sr.No

Required Data

Previous
Year
2012

Previous
Year
2013

Previous
Year
2014

Jan-15

965

1494

1486

1720

1524

Average No. of Employees / Day

Man-hours worked / Day

3
4
5

First Aid Incidence rate

32

Lost Time Injury Cases (Absent due to injury over 48 hours)

PROJECT START DATE: 31.03.2012


TOTAL / AVERAGE

69,504

11,956

11888

13760

247610

Man-hours worked during this month

1,725,088

3,633,072

331872

357760

9670384

Total safe man hours achieved since inception

1,418,912

3,633,072

331872

357760

9364208

63

114

Restricted work medical cases

Fatalities

Incident Rate - (No. of lost time injury x 1000 /


Total No. of Persons)
Lost Work Days

1.78

10

1.78
0

11

Frequency Rate -( No. of lost time injury x 10 /


Total man hours worked )

12

Severity Rate- (No. of man days lost x 106 / Total man hours worked )

13

Number of Near misses(including Property damage)

14

Number of dangerous occurrences(including Property damage)

15

Number of Fire Incident

16

Environmental Incidents

17

Percentage of compliance to unsafe acts & unsafe conditions

18

Number of Mock drill conducted

0
0

Note : Manpower details are to be based on the record of Personnel Department which includes all the workers at site including PRW workers, Sub-Contract workers and departmental Workers. Man-hours worked
details may not be 100% not accurate but should be near to 90-95% accuracy .
: Highlighted parts such as Sr.no 9, 11, 12 and Column 'Total/Average' are protected.

JetpurSomnath Project (NH 8D)


4 - Laning of of Jetpur-Somanth Section(Km 0.000 to 127.600) of NH 8D in the State of Gujarat to be executed as BOT(TOLL) Project on DBFO pattern under NHDP Phase III
ACCIDENT REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2015
Stretch: Jetpur - Somnath
Stretch Chainage: 0+000 to 127+600
State: Gujarat
District: Rajkot & Junagadh
Police Station: Jetpur, Junagadh, Vanthali, Keshod, Maliya, Mangrol, Patan,Somnath &Veraval
Date

Location

Time of
Accident

A*

B*

C*

D*

E*

F*

G*

I*

H*

No. of Effected Persons

Vehicle Type /Pedestrain Involoved


S.No.

(DD/MM/YY)

02-Jan-15

2
3

Chainage/Km

AM/PM

Accident Location

Nature of
Accident

Classification of
Accident

Causes

Over Speed

Major

Over Speed

Paved

Intersection
Type

Weather
Condition

Good

Clear

Road Feature Road Condition

Fatal

Grievous
Injury

Minor
Injury

Net
Injury

Help Provided by
No. of
the
Animals
Ambulance/Patro
Killed If any
l Vehicle

Vehicle
Registration No.

Vehicle Type

GJ-11-AB1671

Car & Rikshwa

61+500

10:30 AM

Marketing Yard

06-Jan-15

55+200

7:45 AM

Straight Road

Overtaking

Major

Overtaking

Paved

Good

Clear

Rikshwa

Rikshwa

08-Jan-15

117+350

9:30 AM

Straight Road

Over Speed

Major

Over Speed

Paved

Good

Clear

GJ-11-AG-969&
By Cycles

Four Wheeler&
By Cycles

14-Jan-15

73+200

6:30 AM

Kevdra patiya

Over Speed

Major

Over Speed

Paved

Good

Clear

GJ-3-ER-9561 &
KA-05-MG-9942

Nissan &
Hundai

16-Jan-15

13+800

3:00 AM

Near Rampir
Mandir

Overtaking

Minor

Overtaking

Paved

Good

Clear

GJ18Y-8593 &
GJ25T-9871

Truck & ST Bus

19-Jan-15

62+250

7:30 AM

Kesod bypass

Overtaking

Major

Overtaking

Paved

Good

Clear

GJ-18-Y-3474

Rikshwa &
Bus ST

20-Jan-15

108+450

7:30 AM

Chanduvav patiya

Over Speed

Minor

Over Speed

Paved

Good

Clear

BOLLERO &
Rikshwa

21-Jan-15

103+750

6:00 AM

Kevdra patiya

Overtaking

Minor

Overtaking

Paved

Good

Clear

DUSTER & JCB

GJ-3Y-7829 &
GJ-11-Y-3160
GJ-3-FD-7784&
GJ-11-M-3940

Ambulance
108
Ambulance
108
Ambulance
108
Ambulance
108

Ambulance
108

Remarks

Stock details of Safety Equipments


Sl No

Item Description

Unit

Opening
Balance
as On
01.1.2015

RECEIPT

ISSUE

RECEIPT
THIS
MONTH

ISSUE THIS
MONTH

Closing
Balance
as on
31.1.2015

Ear Plug

Nos

39

Fire Extinguisher 2Kg+5Kg (CO2)

Nos

Fire Extinguisher 50LTR

Nos

First aid Box

Nos

Hand Gloves

Nos

39

12

48

Nose Mask

Nos

122

118

Reflective Tape Rd/Wh/Yel

Nos

38

10

28

Safety Cone

Nos

16

50

24

42

Safety D Ring & Chest Belt

Nos

10

Safety Fire Bucket

Nos

11

Safety Helmet BLUE/GREEN

Nos

12

Safety Helmet ORANGE/RED

Nos

17

17

13

Safety Helmet WHITE

Nos

18

14

Safety Helmet YELLOW

Nos

110

15

Safety Jacket GREEN/YELLOW

Nos

174

169

16

Safety Jacket ORANGE/RED

Nos

73

130

14

189

17

Safety Ribbon

Nos

21

21

18

Safety Shoes + Gum Boot

Nos

31

13

14

30

19

Cat Eyes(3M BRAND)

Nos

63

63

20

Safety Delineator 750MM

Nos

27

27

21

Hand Blinker

Nos

22

Signal Light Blinker

Nos

23

Safety Solar Blinker

Nos

24

Water Fellable Barricade

Nos

20

36

17
118

18

Remarks