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EHS R1 1.

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ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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Additional
Control
Measures
Remarks
1 Usage of mobile or fixed
scaffold
Falls while
working at height
Serious Bodily
Injury or Fatality
Damage to
property
1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4


1.5
Safety Coordinator / Supervisor to brief all workers
regarding scope of work and potential hazards.
Workers working at height to wear body harnesses
and anchor appropriately.
Certified Scaffold Supervisors to check and tag
mobile scaffold as fit for use.
Mobile scaffold components may not be modified
without knowledge of the Certified Scaffold
Supervisor.
Only unmanned mobile scaffolds may be moved.
- Y R 5 2 10 1. Close
supervision
2. Toolbox
Meeting prior
to start of
work
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Certified
Scaffold
Supervisor
Falling objects Serious Physical
injury
Damage to
property
2.1

2.2

2.3
Workers to ensure that all loose materials are kept
in a toolbox or appropriate container / bag.
Toolboxes / bags shall be kept away from open
edges.
Do not hang tools, bags and/or boxes from the
handrails.
- Y R 3 2 8 1. Barricade
work area
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor
2 Preparation work, fabrication
and installation of pipe spools /
electrical conduit / trunking
using electrical drills, bench
drills, grinders, fibre cutters,
Obstructions and
trip hazards
Physical injury
Damage to
property
1.1

1.2

1.3
Safety Coordinator / Supervisor to brief all workers
regarding scope of work and potential hazards.
Maintain housekeeping to keep accessways and
escape routes clear.
Materials and working eqipment to be stored in
- Y R 2 3 6 1. Toolbox
Meeting prior
to start of
work
2. Appropriate
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor


EHS R1 1.2
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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Additional
Control
Measures
Remarks
threading machines and
grooving machines.

Use of mechanical lifting
devices e.g. pallet jacks,
lifters.
designated temporary areas. PPE to be
worn at all
times.
Bodily injury Hand / eye / face
injuries
2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4
2.5
2.6
Safety Coordinator / Supervisor to brief all workers
regarding scope of work and potential hazards
Tool operator to wear proper PPE (e.g. gloves, eye /
face protection.
Cover and other guards shall not be removed and/or
bypassed.
Spark containment shall be provided for fibre
cutters.
Use appropriately rated fibre cutter and grinder
discs.
WIP materials shall be neatly stacked and arranged.
- Y R 2 3 6 1. Toolbox
Meeting prior
to start of
work
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor
Pinch or crush
injuries
Hand and body
injury
Damage to
property
3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4
All workers shall be briefed on proper and manual
lifting methods.
Piping to be properly stacked on racks or spacers at
least 300mm off the floor.
Wedges or guards shall be placed to prevent pipes
from rolling off racks.
Pipes shall not be stored vertically unless suitably
- Y R 3 2 6 1. Toolbox
Meeting prior
to start of
work
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor


EHS R1 1.2
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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Additional
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3.6
restrained from toppling. In no case shall vertically
stored pipe be taller than 1.5m.
Make use of mechanical lifting devices to handle
heavy pipe spools .
Maximum carry load for a single person shall be
25kg.
3 Installation of piping / electrical
conduit and trunking using
ladder / mobile scaffold /
scissor lift / boom lift
Falls while
working at height
Serious Bodily
Injury or Fatality
Damage to
property
1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5
Safety Coordinator or Supervisor to brief all workers
regarding scope of work and potential hazards.
Workers working at height to wear body harnesses
and anchor appropriately.
Certified Scaffold Supervisors to check and tag
mobile platform as fit for use.
Mobile scaffold components may not be modified
without Certified Scaffold Supervisor knowledge.
Only unmanned mobile scaffolds may be moved.
- Y R 5 2 10 1. Employ
buddy system
if using
ladders
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Certified
Scaffold
Supervisor /
Supervisor
Falling objects
from working
platforms
Physical injury
Damage to
property
2.1

2.2
2.3
Workers to ensure that all loose materials are kept
in a toolbox or appropriate container / bag.
Toolboxes / bags shall be kept away from open
edges.
Do not hang tools, bags and/or boxes from the
handrails.
- Y R 3 2 8 1. Barricade
work area
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor


EHS R1 1.2
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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Additional
Control
Measures
Remarks
Mechanical failure
of mobile platform
/ lift / chain block
Serious Bodily
Injury
Damage to
property
3.1

3.2
3.3
3.4



3.5
All workers / lift operators shall be briefed on proper
usage of lifts.
Chain blocks shall be adequately rated for load to
be lifted.
Attach chain blocks to designated loading points
only.
Always ensure that SWL limits are complied to.
Avoid overloading of boom or scissor lifts by
excessive materials or workers.
Ensure that mobile platforms are levelled to
manufacturer recommendations before extending
- Y R 4 2 8 1. All lifting
equipment
shall be
inspected.
2. Banksman
required when
moving
PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor
4 Installation of piping pre-
commissioning and pressure
testing
Pipe or flexible
hose dislocation
due to improper
jointing
Minor bodily injury
Damage to
property
1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4
Supervisor or Engineer to conduct line walk prior to
introduction of test media.
Appropriate warning signages to be posted at
appropriate locations within the test area.
Pressure test station to be barricaded to prevent
tampering or unauthorized operation.
To follow Method Statement for Pressure Testing per
Approved ITP
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1 3 3 1. Close
supervision
required.
2. Deploy
sufficient
manpower
PIC:
Engineer /
Supervisor


EHS R1 1.2
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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Additional
Control
Measures
Remarks
5 Usage of electrical tools e.g.
electrical drills, grinders and
fibre cutter.
Trip hazard due to
cables / wiring on
ground
Bodily injury 1.1

1.2
Ensure cable management is practiced for
temporary supply cabling.
All excess wire / cable shall be neatly coiled and
hung or supported away from access-ways and
exits
- Y R 2 3 6 NIL PIC: Safety
Coordinator
or Supervisor
/ Supervisor
Electrical hazards
from electrical
tools

Electrocution
Bodily injury
Damage to
property
2.1

2.2
2.3

2.4
2.5
Supervisor to check and verify that tools are fit for
use and colour coded appropriately.
All plugs and sockets shall be industrial grade.
Extension and lead wiring shall be in good working
condition.
Temporary cabling shall be elevated.
ELCBs shall be used on sub-distribution outlets.
- Y R 5 1 5 NIL PIC: Safety
Coordinator /
Supervisor /
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EHS R1 1.2
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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Severity Classification Table
NO SEVERITY CLASS PERSONNEL ORGANIZATION ENVIRONMENT
5 Catastrophic Any event that leads to eventual death. Shut down of Project Office / Project(s) Major pollution affecting the public and adjacent property
4 Major Serious injury resulting permanent disability Suspension of essential services and departments /
affected area of projects.
Major legal non-compliance.
3 Serious Hospitalisation (>24hrs), no permanent disability

Suspension of non- essential services and departments/
affected area of projects.
Departmental/Project pollution

2 Minor Light injury, requiring outpatient treatment with no follow up,
<3 days of medical leave
Temporary, minor interruption

Pollution limited to localized area
1 Insignificant Superficial injury requiring basic first aid, no medication
required
No disruption No significant pollution.

Occurrence Classification Table
NO IMPACT FREQUENCY
5 Frequent Daily Occurrence
4 Likely Weekly Occurrence
3 Occasionally Monthly Occurrence
2 Unlikely Yearly Occurence
1 Remote Less than once in three years

Risk Level Matrix


EHS R1 1.2
ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS)
HAZARD / RISK ASSESSMENT
Ref No:
PE / FP / M5.0 / EHS / RA-03
Revision
B
Company Hexagon Tower Sdn Bhd
Conducted By:
(Names, Designations)
Rick Low (Project Manager)
Tan Yiing Yee (Contractor PM)
Shan (WSHC)
Package No. M5.0 Fire Protection Services
Process / Location General System Installation Date Conducted
Approved By Rick Low, Project Manager (Hexagon Tower) Reviewed By:

Acknowledged By Last Review Date

Next Review Date


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SEVERITY
Insignificant (1) Minor (2) Serious (3) Major (4) Catastrophic (5)
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Frequent (5) Medium (5) Medium (10) High (15) Extreme (20) Extreme (25)
Likely (4) Medium (4) Medium (8) Medium (12) High (16) Extreme (20)
Occasionally (3) Medium (3) Medium (6) Medium (9) Medium (12) High (15)
Unlikely (2) Low (2) Medium (4) Medium (6) Medium (8) Medium (10)
Remote (1) Low (1) Low (2) Medium (3) Medium (4) Medium (5)

Risk Level Recommended Action Table
RISK LEVEL ACCEPTABILITY OF RISK RECOMMENDED ACTION
LOW Acceptable No additional risk control measures required. Frequent review may be required to ensure that the assigned risk level remains appropriate.
MEDIUM Moderately Acceptable Careful assessment of the hazards involved should be carried out to reduce the risk level as far as practicable within a defined period of time
(typically the time taken to perform a specific activity). Additional interim risk control measures may be required.
HIGH Unacceptable Risk level shall be reduced to at least Medium Risk Level prior to commencement of work by removing the risk factors (preferred) or
implementation of additional control measures. Any such measures shall not overly rely on PPE or appliances. Management intervention is
required.
EXTREME Unacceptable Work may NOT proceed until risk level is reduced to Medium or lower. A detailed action plan and management involvement is required.