Risk Assessment - Lifting Operations

August 24, 2017 | Author: Jishad Nalakath | Category: Crane (Machine), Risk, Traffic, Elevator, Risk Assessment
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Form-104

Risk Assessment Form

Lifting Operations

Risk Assessment Title:

Risk Assessment

01

Revision: Item

Rev. : 1

Hazard

Risk

Risk Rating

Who is at Risk S

F

Necessary Control Measures

Action By

Rating

Residual Risk Rating S L Rating

Plant 1 Personal risk of injury and / or ill health

Overturning,

Risk of Injury to the public

Supervisor – Operator – Labour- Public

Risk of damage to property and equipment 2

2

Collision with Structures or mobile Plant

Personal risk of injury and / or ill health Risk of Injury to the public

Supervisor – Operator – Labour - Public

3

3

2

Risk of damage to property and equipment

3

Lack of communication

Personal risk of injury and / or ill health Risk of Injury to the public

Supervisor – Operator -Labour

3

2

Risk of damage to property and equipment 4

Unauthorized Access

Personal risk of injury and / or ill health Risk of Injury to the public

Supervisor – Operator – Labour -Public

3

2

3

2

Risk of damage to property and equipment 5

Lifting near open Trenching

Personal risk of injury and / or ill health Risk of Injury to the public

HSE-001 Risk Assessment

1

Supervisor – Operator – Labour -Public

6

6 6 6 6

Only trained and authorised persons are permitted to operate the plant Prior to setting up the operator and the designated banks man will assess the ground conditions for stability to prevent subsidence. The crane will be set up as close to the lift area as possible to avoid over reaching. The crane operator will not attempt to lift outside the specified crane capacity The load should always be Kept close to the ground The crane operator should maintain a steady speed during the operation Ground conditions : The crane company you have elected to use can give you suitable words to the effect that the ground on which the cranes will operate from are capable of supporting the weight of the cranes and load. Crane outriggers will use ground mats and supporting grillages to provide additional support. Where possible an exclusion zone should be erected to segregate the work area from other plant. Setting up will be under the control of the banksman. The banksman should ensure there is adequate space between the crane and any structures and take into account the swing radius. Before starting the crane operator shouldS carry out a trial run to ensure there is adequate room.

All instructions to the excavator operator will be given by the banks man (where possible this will be with the use of 2 way radios)

The crane operator will ensure that the plant is never left running or a load suspended when he is not in attendance. The operator will ensure the keys are removed and the cab doors locked when he is on a break or at the end of his shift Ensure suitable barriers are erected around the lift. Ensure suitable warning signs are attached around the lift area. Ensure a permit to lift is obtained. Ensure the load is fully braced before lifting.

Supervi sor – Operat ors

3

1

3

Supervi sor – Operat ors

3

1

3

Supervi sor – Operat ors

3

1

3

Supervi sor – Operat ors

3

1

3

3

1

Supervi sor – Operat

3

Form-104

Risk Assessment Form

Lifting Operations

Risk Assessment Title:

Risk Assessment

01

Revision: Item

Rev. : 1

Hazard

Risk

Risk Rating

Who is at Risk S

F

Necessary Control Measures

Action By

Rating

Ensure all plant equipment remains at least 1 meter form the edge of the open trenches.

Risk of damage to property and equipment

Residual Risk Rating S L Rating

ors

Physical 1

2

3

Manual Handling

Manual Handling

Manual Handling

4

Manual Handling

5

Manual Handling

6

7

Manual Handling

Muscular / Skeletal Disorders

Slips, Trips and Falls

Crushing or Trapping

Stresses and Strains

Cuts and Abrasions

Personal Injury

Manual Handling

2

Public, Staff, Labour

Labour

3

3

3

2

3

2

Labour

3

2

Labour

2

2

Labour

Labour Over exertion

HSE-001 Risk Assessment

Labour

3

3

2

2

6

Ensure there is adequate information, instruction, training and supervision. Where ever-possible use mechanical aids to reduce manual handling.

9

Ensure each lift is planned and assessed, avoid double handling of materials. Ensure the route to be travelled is free from obstacles or hazards and has adequate lighting.

6

Look at the individual and their capabilities (ensure they are capable of lifting or moving the load). Assess the load for size, shape, weight, and stability before it is moved. Never try to lift above your own capabilities.

Supervis or & Individual s

1

1

Supervis or & Individual s

3

1

3

1

Supervis or & Individual s

1 3

3

6

When lifting the load carry out a test lift to ensure the load can be moved comfortably, check for sharp edges (if required wear gloves to protect the hands).

Supervis or & Individual s

3

1

3

4

When lifting the load carry out a test lift to ensure the load can be moved comfortably, check for sharp edges (if required wear gloves to protect the hands).

Supervis or & Individual s

2

1

2

3

1

6 6

If moving heavy or obscure loads use more than 1 person (one person should give the lifting instruction). Ensure that the correct handling techniques are used such as – keeping the load close to the body, keep feet shoulder width apart, and avoid twisting or stooping. Avoid carrying heavy or obscure loads up or down stairs. Never carry heavy loads up or down ladders.

Supervis or & Individual s Supervis or & Individual

3 3

1

Form-104

Risk Assessment Form

Lifting Operations

Risk Assessment Title:

Risk Assessment

01

Revision: Item

Rev. : 1

Hazard

Risk

Risk Rating

Who is at Risk S

F

Necessary Control Measures

Action By

Rating

Residual Risk Rating S L Rating

3

s

Lifting

Failure of lifting equipment 1

2

Lifting

Lifting Damage to lifting equipment

3

1

Lifting

Loss of load

Traffic Public Access

HSE-001 Risk Assessment

3

Labour, Staff, Public, Operators

Labour, Operators

Public, Operators, Labour

Public, Staff, Labour

3

3

3

3

3

3

9

9

9

Ensure the correct type of lifting equipment is selected for the lift. Ensure the load does not exceed the SWL of the equipment. Do not lift outside of the cranes safe working radius Ensure that all equipment certification is in date. Inspect equipment before use to ensure it is free from damage. Do not use makeshift or untested equipment. Report any damage to your supervisor and take it out of use. Only allow competent operatives to carry out lifting activities.

3

1

Rigger Chargehand

3

Ensure only competent persons are permitted to carry out the lifting operations. Ensure tag lines are used to control the load. Place packing around sharp edges or corners to prevent damage. Do not use hooks that are stretched or damaged.

Rigger Chargehand

3

Ensure that an adequate barriers or hoardings are erected around the site to prevent access. Ensure that appropriate warning signs are on display (multi language if required)

3

3

Ensure all equipment is stored correctly when not in use. Only use lifting equipment for what it is designed. Do not leave nylon sling exposed to heat or sunlight. Do not tie nylon or wire lifting equipment together to extend it.

Traffic Management 6 2

Rigger Chargehand

CM,Sup ervisor and

1

3 1

3 2

1

2

Form-104

Risk Assessment Form

Lifting Operations

Risk Assessment Title:

Risk Assessment

01

Revision: Item

Rev. : 1

Hazard

Risk

Risk Rating

Who is at Risk S

F

Necessary Control Measures

Rating warning of the dangers. Restrict the access to construction traffic only. Provide security to prevent unauthorised access.

2

3

4

Traffic Plant & Vehicle Movement

Traffic Trapping / Crushing

Traffic Collision while reversing

5

6

Traffic Collision at night

Traffic Overturning

HSE-001 Risk Assessment

4

Public, Staff, Labour

Public, Staff, Labour

Public, Staff, Labour

Public, Staff, Labour

Public, Staff, Labour

2

2

3

3

2

3

3

3

3

2

Action By

Operati ves CM,Sup ervisor and Operati ves

6

Where appropriate implement a one way system to control vehicle movement, where possible segregate walkways form vehicle movement. Install designated parking areas.

6

Ensure that only trained and authorised persons are permitted to operate plant and equipment. Ensure that reversing vehicles are fitted with audible warning systems, where this is not possible provide a banksman to direct the operator. Provide High Viz Vests to the workforce so they are more visible to the operators of plant.

CM,Sup ervisor and Operati ves

9

Ensure all reversing vehicles are controlled by a trained and competent banks man. Ensure routes are checked before reversing. All mobile plant should be fitted with an audible reverse alarm. Where practicable safety cones and plastic chain should be erected around the reversing area.

Logistic s Manage r Banksm an Driver

9

4

Residual Risk Rating S L Rating

Ensure adequate access lighting is installed and maintained on main road ways. Ensure all vehicle and plant lights are in good working order and used at night. Restrict vehicle movement at night Unloading should be carried out in well lit and restricted areas.

Logistic s Manage r/ Supervi sor Banksm an

Ensure vehicles stay on the designated access roads and do not take shortcuts over the sandy areas. If unloading materials using a forklift ensure the ground is level.

Supervi sor

2

1

2

2

1

2

3

1

3

1

2

1

3

3

Form-104

Risk Assessment Form

Lifting Operations

Risk Assessment Title:

Risk Assessment

01

Revision: Item

Rev. : 1

Hazard

Risk

Risk Rating

Who is at Risk S

F

Necessary Control Measures

Rating

Ensure roads are maintained and free from potholes.

7

Traffic Contact with people or pedestrians

Public, Staff, Labour

3

3

Action By

9

Ensure adequate pedestrian accesses are installed that give pedestrian right of way. Where possible post a flagman to control vehicle and pedestrian movement. Construct speed humps in areas where pedestrians need to cross. Implement designated pedestrian routes with barriers to segregate the pedestrians from vehicle movement. Ensure operatives are equipped with High Visibility Vests so they can be easily seen by the drivers.

Residual Risk Rating S L Rating

Banksm an

Logistic s Manage r/ Supervi sor Banksm an

2 3

1

3

Welfare 1

Lack of welfare and medical facilities

Food / drinking water contamination

2

Lack of welfare and medical facilities

Human waste contamination of temporary facilities and site

3

Lack of welfare and medical facilities

4

Lack of welfare and medical facilities

Escalation of minor injuries due to lack of treatment – infection risk

5

Lack of welfare and medical facilities

Ill health due to lack of recognition of medical conditions

6

Lack of welfare and medical facilities

HSE-001 Risk Assessment

5

Disease and ill health due to lack of washing facilities

Preventable fatalities due to lack of first aid skills and equipment

General site workers General site staff Site visitors General site workers General site staff Site visitors General site workers General site staff Site visitors General site workers General site staff Site visitors General site workers General site staff Site visitors General site workers General site staff Site visitors

3

3

9

3

3

9

Site welfare facilities shall be established in line with the requirements set out in FAST SWP 01 – Site Establishment. Sufficient toilets, washing facilities, drying facilities and mess facilities shall be installed in line with manpower levels. As manpower levels change, welfare facilities shall be reviewed and altered accordingly. Mess and welfare facilities shall be installed in a safe area where there is no risk from moving vehicles or other site hazards Temporary chemical toilets may be utilized in the early stages of a project, however, these shall not be permitted in the long term. Full flushing WC’s shall be installed Medical facilities shall be established in line with the requirements set out in FAST SWP 001 – Site establishment. Sufficient first aiders and / or a site nurse shall be appointed for the project

CM

3

1

3

CM

3

1

3

CM Nurse

3

1

3

3

3

9

3

3

9

Vehicle to be on site to transport any medical emergency to the nearest hospital for further checks and treatment

CM

3

1

3

3

3

9

All prolonged medical illnesses reported must be sent to the nearest hospital for further checks and treatment.

CM Nurse

3

1

3

3

3

9

Where local regulations require a different standard to that set out in the FAST SWP 001, the higher standard shall be implemented

PM

3

1

3

Form-104

Risk Assessment Form

Lifting Operations

Risk Assessment Title:

Risk Assessment

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Revision: Item

Hazard

Risk

Risk Rating

Who is at Risk S

Prepared By: A - Architect PM – Project Manager CM – Construction Manager LM – Logistics Manager PLM – Plant Manager HSEM – HSE Manager PS – Project Supervisor SC – Subcontractor Project: Assessment Carried out by: Assessment Date: Risk Assessment Number:

HSE-001 Risk Assessment

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Rev. : 1



Severity (S) 1 2 3 4 5

Minor Injury Major Single Injury Major Multiple Injuries Single Death Multiple Deaths

F

Frequency (F) 1 2 3 4 5

Improbable Possible Occasional Frequent Regular

Action By

Necessary Control Measures

Rating Risk Rating (RR) R=SxF Unacceptability Limits More than 5 is unacceptable re-assess task and preventative actions. S = 0 is deemed to be the limit of practicability of control measures.

Very High 15-25 S 5 4 3 2 1

5 25 20 15 10 5

High 8-12 4 20 16 12 8 4

Residual Risk Rating S L Rating Medium 4-6

3 15 12 9 6 3

2 10 8 6 4 2

Low 1-3 1 5 4 3 2 1

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