MCTL - Risk Assessment for Tower Erection 110kV rev.00

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RefActivity and LocationTower NO:01-44Hazard and/or occurring of riskWho EffectedDegree of RiskResultControl Measure(s)Residual Degree of RiskPerson Responsible for Control Measure(s)ProbabilitySeverityRisk DegreeProbabilitySeverityRisk DegreeTransportation of materials with boom truckImproper loading or unloadingDrivers,Workers, Pedestrians5420High Risks- Qualified and trained operators only- Safe loading of vehicles on the load capacity - Using proper equipment for loading and unloading- Check the loads if had moved during transportation.3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Transportation of materials with boom truckOverturn of vehiclesDrivers, Operators, workers4520High Risks- Qualified operators only- Speed limts on site- Safe loading of vehicles on the load capacity- Secure the loads during transportation using certified rigging equipment and in accordance with CE standard 2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Transportation of materials with boom truckCollapse of materialsOperators,workers, pedestrians4520High Risks- Qualified operators only- Secure the loads during transportation using certified rigging equipment and in accordance with CE standard2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Transportation of materials with boom truckMaterilas fall on personnelOperators, Workers, Pedestrian5525Intolerable Risks- Using proper PPE (hard hats, safety shoes, gloves, visible vest)- Using warning signs on the working area- Prevent unauthorized person to access to the working area3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Lifting operation with boom trackEffects of wind speedDrivers, Operators, All workers4416High Risks- Only trained operator- When wind velocities are above 40 km/h, the rated load and boom lengths shall be reduced according to manufactures specifications Refer to HSE plan3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Lifting operation with boom trackBad positioning of boom trackDrivers, Operators, All workers5525Intolerable Risks- Trained and qualified operators- Position the boom track on solid ground- Extending outriggers on both sides when performing a lift operation2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Lifting operation with boom trackOverhead power lines and cablesDrivers, Operators, All workers5525Intolerable Risks- Visual control by the operator before starting work.- Use warning signs.2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Lifting operation with boom trackBad weather conditionOperators, workers5525Intolerable Risks- Weather condition shall be regularly monitored- Work must be stopped during bad weather condition- Wear proper PPE2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Lifting operation with boom trackLifting gear failureDrivers, Operators, All workers4520High Risks- Only trained and qualified personnel - Inspect and determine whether a rope or other piece of lifting equipment is damaged or not fit for purpose- Use certified lifting gear and in accordance with CE standard2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Lifting operation with boom trackCollapse of the load due to improper rigging & slingingOperators, all workers5515Intolerable Risks- Only trained and qualified operators- Operators should be able to determine the weight, center of gravity and characteristics of the load3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at heightFalling from height due to slips & tripsAll workers who works at height5525Intolerable Risks- Only trained and qualified workers.- Fall arrest methods such as lanyards and fall arresters (Blocks) or vertical lifeline shall be used.- Wear proper PPE(safety harness, hard hats, safety shoes, gloves, visible vest)2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at heightFalling from height due to physical fatigueAll workers who works at height5525Intolerable Risks- Only trained and qualified workers.- Fall arrest methods such as lanyards and fall arresters (Blocks) or vertical lifeline shall be used.- Workers will not work for a long time at height. - Wear proper PPE(safety harness, hard hats, safety shoes, gloves, visible vest)2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at heightFalling from height due to negligence of workersAll workers who works at height5525Intolerable Risks- Only trained and qualified workers.- Fall arrest methods such as lanyards and fall arresters (Blocks) or vertical lifeline shall be used.- Don’t smoke, eat, drink or use the phone during working at height- Do not throw tools to each other- Wear proper PPE(safety harness, hard hats, safety shoes, gloves, visible vest)2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at heightObject falling from heightAll workers5525Intolerable Risks- Don’t work below the workers who work at height- Barricated area with white & red tape - Wear proper PPE(safety harness, hard hats, safety shoes, gloves, visible vest)- Tool Box Talk & SSC2510Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at heightBad weather condition (rain, thunderstorm)All workers4520High Risks - Weather condition shall be regularly monitored- Work must be stopped during bad weather condition155Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at heightElectrical stormAll workers4520High Risks - Weather condition shall be regularly monitored.- Work must be stopped during bad weather condition.-Tower must be grounded before start the work.155Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working at height with hand-toolsImproper type of toolsAll workers5420High Risks- Visual check of the tools before starting work- Remove all damaged tools- Use proper tools- Wear proper PPE(safety harness, hard hats, safety shoes, gloves, visible vest)- Tool Box Talk & SSC3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Working with hand-toolsImproper storage of materials & toolsAll workers5420High Risks- Store all materials & tools in proper place- Tool Box Talk & SSC3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.Emergency response ,First Aid team.Accident or incident cured on siteAll workers5420High Risks- All the crew must have a first aid person for any accident or incident case that might be on site.-First Aid Kit available on site- All emergency contacts must be exposed where can be seen from all the team members.- Transportation available to transport the injured peoples in every working area.3412Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.HousekeepingSpills incident such as oil or fuel.All workers4312Medium risks- Immediately clean up using inert sand or other suitable materials- All material used to mop up spills will be immediately removed to a safe place and stored in closed containers for safe disposal, till to be removed from the site to a safer area339Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.HousekeepingMaterials stacked inappropriatelyAll workers5210Medium Risk- Store all materials in proper place.326Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.HousekeepingGarbageThe access road working area.4312Medium Risk- Recycle bins available on site- Accumulation to Gramsh and Elbasan Dumping area326Foreman, Site Engineer, HSE Lead.PROBABILITYSEVERITY1 (VERY SMALL)Almost no1 (VERY LIGHT)No loss of work time, can only be eliminated immediately, requiring first aid2 (SMALL)Very few (once a year), only abnormal situations,2 (LIGHT)No loss of working days, outpatient treatment without permanent effect3 (MEDIUM)Under (a few times a year)3 (MEDIUM)Slight injury, inpatient treatment / injury4 (HIGH)Often (once a month)4 (SERIOUS)Serious injury, long-term therapy, occupational disease5 (VERY HIGH)Very frequently (once a week, every day), and under normal operating conditions5 (VERY SERIOUS)Death, permanent incapacityRESULTACTIONIntolerable Risk(25)The work must not be started or ongoing activity must be stopped immediately till the defined risk is reduced. Although the activities carried out are not possible to reduce risk, activity must be avoided.High Risks(15, 16, 20)The work must not be started or ongoing activity must be stopped immediately till the defined risk is reduced. The risk relates to continue to work; emergency measures to be taken and as a result of these measures should be decided to continue the activity.Medi

 

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