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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

Site Survey and Downloading of Relay Configuration WORK ACTIVITY: ___________________________________ Each piece of equipment and crew are associated with known specific hazards that cause accidents to reoccur on one project after another. xxxx Sundararajan SITE SUPERVISOR:___________________ LOCATION ;____________________ PERMIT #:____________
Probability factors. 5 8 6 4 2 1
No 1. Activity ( Job Steps ) Work permit from Client to be obtained.
DTS-1, KNSS, Station-U, UMMBAB-B, QPSFA, UMMBAB, ARAB-D, FSP, KMDS

Evaluation Points 40-20High Risk 1 9 12 Medium Risk 11-5 Low Risk

Severity Factors 8: Fatality, Permanent Disability 6: Serious Injury (LD>30 days) 4: Major Injury (30>LD>4 days) 2: Minor Injury (4>LD>1 day)

Probability Factors 5 : Extremely High 4 : Highly Probable 3 : Probable 2 : Rare 1 : Very Rare

Abbreviation E.P :Evaluation Points S : Severity Factor P : Probability Factor T : Total Points LD : Lost Workdays

4-1 Negligible 1: Negligible

Potential Hazard Unauthorized commencement of works may result in exposing workers and or potential to harm or danger

Who/ What Might Be Harmed Injury to IMCO Personnel and or client property.

Risk E.P. SxP=T 2x3=6

Control/ Recovery Measures Authorized PTW holder shall ensure obtaining and maintaining valid work permit. The worksite supervisor responsible for this activity has to check the PPE of his staff to ensure that all required items are available and properly used. Inform all workers regarding permit condition before work starts. Worksite supervisor shall conduct toolbox talks about nature of works and associated potential hazards and their essential precautionary measure. Ensure that the pre task briefing is

Target E.P. Responsible/ Action SxP=T By 2x1=2 Site supervisor and Site Safety Officer.

Pre-task briefing

The work force does not

Personnel

2x4=8

2x1=2

Site supervisor

No

Activity ( Job Steps ) toolbox talks.

Potential Hazard understand the pre task briefing therefore does not understand the potential dangers and control measures to be implemented. Some of the workers could be lacking PPE or using defective PPE.

Who/ What Might Be Harmed

Risk E.P. SxP=T

Control/ Recovery Measures given out in a language understood by the work force, have it translated. Ask question regarding the briefing to get feedback from the staff, this ensures full comprehension. Issue required appropriate PPE and replace PPE that has signs of defect. PPE must include both hearing protection as well as dust inhalation protection. Before any inspection, the supervisor or the safety officer should look through any files or documentation that relates to the premises.

Target E.P. SxP=T

Responsible/ Action By and Site Safety Officer.

Site inspection / Site survey

Adequate planning

Injury to IMCO personnel and Client property

4 x 3 = 12

2x1=2

Site supervisor, and Site Safety Officer

Unfamiliar to the area that causing danger to the workers or he/she can damage property Slips, trips and falls

Injury to IMCO personnel and Client property

4 x 3 =12

Injury to IMCO personnel

4x2=8

Ensure that a workers going to site have properly instructed to the working area. Ensure that workers are inducted and rest assure to familiar to the site Take time and paying attention to where you are going Adjusting your stride to a pace that is suitable for the walking surface and the tasks you are doing Walking with the feet pointed slightly outward Making wide turns at corners Ensuring that things you are carrying or pushing do not prevent you from seeing any obstructions

Site supervisor, and Site Safety Officer

2x1=1

Site supervisor, and Site Safety Officer

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Activity ( Job Steps ) 33 kV switchgear RCP/Telecom/UPS Panel

Potential Hazard Electrocution

Who/ What Might Be Harmed IMCO personnel, Client property damage and or stop of operation IMCO personnel, Client property damage and or stop of operation IMCO personnel, Client property damage and or stop of operation

Risk E.P. SxP=T 6 x 4 = 24

Control/ Recovery Measures Do not attempt to access the electrical panel. Ensure that only competent and trained workers do the job Wear appropriate PPE Ensure that opening and closing of the control panel is only QP authorized person only. Dont touch any connection to avoid tripping of feeder. Ensure that contractor will not touch any parts or wiring inside the control cubicle. Contractor will rest assure that only visual inspection to the control cubicle panel is allowed. Always half feet of distance is to be maintained between the person and the equipment. Ensure to re-confirm before clicking the command. Ensure to hold a proper drawing. Proper coordination to Client.

Target E.P. SxP=T 2x1=1

Responsible/ Action By Site engineer, Consultant, competent electrical person Site engineer, Consultant, competent electrical person Site engineer, Consultant, competent electrical person

Panel door opening and closing

Electric shock or tripping of feeder due to loosing contact of wires. Tripping of feeder or electrical shock while trying to check control cable details or relay details.

4 x 4 = 16

2x1=1

Visual Inspection in the inside control cubicle.

6 x 4 = 24

2x1=1

Relay downloading work

Walking / moving from one panel to another panel.

Existing relay will be affected due to the wrong action of clicking of load from PC to Relay Instead of clicking the Unloading from Relay to PC Slips, trips and fall near to the equipment

ABB personnel and or Client operation

4 x 4 = 16

2x1=1

ABB engineer

IMCO personnel

4x2=8

Take time and paying attention to where you are going Adjusting your stride to a pace that is suitable for the walking surface and the tasks you are doing Walking with the feet pointed

2x1=1

Site engineer, Consultant, competent electrical person

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No

Activity ( Job Steps )

Potential Hazard

Who/ What Might Be Harmed

Risk E.P. SxP=T

Control/ Recovery Measures slightly outward Making wide turns at corners Ensuring that things you are carrying or pushing do not prevent you from seeing any obstructions. Ensure to wear appropriate foot wear. Ensure extra care while moving from one panel to another.

Target E.P. SxP=T

Responsible/ Action By

PREPARED BY (HSE) Name ---------------------------------------Name

REVIEWED BY (QP) ----------------------------------------

Signature --------------------------------------Date ---------------------------------------

Signature --------------------------------------Date ---------------------------------------

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