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HSE Management Plan

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: PT. SEMEN GRESIK (PERSERO) Tbk.

Client
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Project

: PT. SEMEN GRESIK (PERSERO) Tbk.

Contract No.

Our W.O. No.

: TUBAN IV PROJECT

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1. PURPOSE...............................................................................................................................................
2. SCOPE....................................................................................................................................................
3. PROJECT HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY POLICY.........................................................
4. PROJECT HES PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES..................................................................................
5. PROJECT HES ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES................................................................
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.

HSE Manager Responsibility...........................................................................................................................


HSE Officers Responsibility.............................................................................................................................
Site/Workshop Manager Responsibility...........................................................................................................
Supervisor Responsibility................................................................................................................................
Individual Worker Responsibility......................................................................................................................

6. HSE TARGETS.......................................................................................................................................
7. HSE INDUCTION AND TRAINING.........................................................................................................
7.1. Induction..............................................................................................................................................................
7.2. Training...............................................................................................................................................................
7.2.1.
7.2.2.
7.2.3.
7.2.4.

Safety Training Program...................................................................................................................


Emergency Response Training.........................................................................................................
First Aid Training...............................................................................................................................
Defensive Driving Course.................................................................................................................

8. SAFETY COMMUNICATION AND CONSULTATION.............................................................................


8.1. Monthly Company / TSW Joint Safety Inspection / Meeting...............................................................................

9. SAFETY MEETING.................................................................................................................................
10. TOOLBOX MEETING.............................................................................................................................
10.1. Regular Toolbox Meeting.................................................................................................................................
10.2. Job Specific Toolbox Meeting..........................................................................................................................
10.3. Daily Safety Supervision..................................................................................................................................

11. REPORTING, STATISTICS AND AUDITS/REVIEWS.............................................................................


11.1.
11.2.
11.3.
11.4.

Accidents / Incident Reporting and Investigation.............................................................................................


Man-hours and Incidents Statistics..................................................................................................................
Safety Audits / Review.....................................................................................................................................
Rehabilitation...................................................................................................................................................

12. JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA).............................................................................................................


13. SAFETY EQUIPMENT............................................................................................................................
13.1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)...........................................................................................
14. IN-DISCIPLINARY ACTION....................................................................................................................
15. INCENTIVE SCHEME.............................................................................................................................

16. GENERAL SAFETY RULES

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16.1.
16.2.
16.3.
16.4.

Safety Handbook
Poster and Signs...........................................................................................................................................
Use of Protector.............................................................................................................................................
General Work at Elevated Place....................................................................................................................

16.5.

Conveyance Material Lifting and Winch Work...............................................................................................


16.5.1.
16.5.2.
16.5.3.

Conveyance by Hand....................................................................................................................
Conveyance by Vehicle.................................................................................................................
Lifting Work of Materials................................................................................................................

16.7. Handling or Equipment and Tools / Each Work and Emergency..................................................


16.7.1.
16.7.2.
16.7.3.
16.7.4.
16.7.5.
16.8.
16.9.

Equipment and Tools.....................................................................................................................


Use of Machinery; In Generally.....................................................................................................
Metal Cutting.................................................................................................................................
Workshop.......................................................................................................................................
Emergency Treatment...................................................................................................................

Training Plan..................................................................................................................................................
Work Permits.................................................................................................................................................

17. SAFE OPERATING PROCEDURE.........................................................................................................


17.1.
17.2.
17.3.
17.4.
17.5.
17.6.
17.7.
17.8.
17.9.
17.10.
17.11.
17.12.

Hazardous Substance...................................................................................................................................
Safety Equipment..........................................................................................................................................
Medical Facilities...........................................................................................................................................
Noise..............................................................................................................................................................
Hygiene..........................................................................................................................................................
Abuse Prevention Programs..........................................................................................................................
Heat Stress....................................................................................................................................................
Fire Prevention or Protection.........................................................................................................................
Emergency Response and Preparedness.....................................................................................................
Radiographic and X-Ray Operation...............................................................................................................
Housekeeping................................................................................................................................................
Lockout-Tag out (LOTO)................................................................................................................................
17.12.1. Lockout-Tag out (LOTO) Procedure..............................................................................................
17.12.2. Recommended Step for Switch on Machine or Equipment...........................................................

17.13.
17.14.
17.15.
17.16.

Confined Space Entry....................................................................................................................................


Smoking.........................................................................................................................................................
Erection Work................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Safety.............................................................................................................................................
17.17.1. Electrical Equipment......................................................................................................................
17.17.2. Static Electricity.............................................................................................................................
17.17.3. Electrical Storm.............................................................................................................................

17.18......................................................................................Ladders, Scaffolding and Platform


17.18.1. General Requirements for Wood Pole Scaffolding........................................................................
17.19. Hot Work Guidelines......................................................................................................................................
17.20. Tools and Equipment.....................................................................................................................................

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18. HAZARD ASSESSMENT........................................................................................................................


18.1.
18.2.
18.3.
18.4.

Workplace Inspections...................................................................................................................................
Daily Inspections............................................................................................................................................
Weekly Inspections........................................................................................................................................
Hazard Identification......................................................................................................................................

19. HAZARD MATERIAL REGISTER...........................................................................................................


19.1.
19.2.
19.3.
19.4.

Hazards Assessment and Preventive Measures...........................................................................................


Conformance Monitoring and Corrective Action Procedure...........................................................................
Daily Site Safety Inspection...........................................................................................................................
Hazard Control...............................................................................................................................................

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HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT and SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN

1.

PURPOSE
This HES Management Plan provides for employees and contractors with the basic safety operating guidelines
and rules to be used in their daily activities. The primary objective is to document the common safety and
occupational health guidelines and rules that form the foundation of all PT. Tuban Steel Works (here in after
called as TSW) activities, in compliance with the requirements of government.
The purpose of this HES Management Plan covers all safety requirements, identify the steps to be taken by TSW
so as to safeguard health and welfare of all TSW employees and achieve the standards required under the
Company safety procedures.

2.

SCOPE
This manual is not completely comprehensive on all safety, occupational health or environmental practices.
Additional training and/or review are recommended for anyone needing more information. This is the guideline for
the proposed safety control procedure of TSW to ensure that safety shall be secured at job site by all our
personnel from upper level of Managers through to and including workers, pursuant to the rules and regulations
of Company. In order to ensure the strict observance of the rules and regulation, safety responsibilities shall be
defined and safety education shall be executed. Further more, the safety manual for the workers shall be made
and taken into action.

3.

PROJECT HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY POLICY


QHSE Policy Integrated (ISO 9001:2000, 14001 and OHSAS 18001)
a. PT. Tuban Steel Works maintaining a leading position in supplying quality products and providing excellent
services in the fields of Oil and Gas, Energy and other related industries. The management and employees
at all levels in the organization dedicate to supply on time the quality products processed through design,
fabrication and testing following National, International Codes and Standards and statutory regulations,
requirements of labor organization, registered association and customer specification, building high level
confidence through continuously implementing the improved processes and system.
b. Initiated the never ending journey in the pursuit of excellence, is the result of the focus on the customer
expectation by preventing problems and pollution through the commitment build by establishing
organizational frame work in the entire workforce having the best knowledge and skill for value, by
developing competency in achieving the productivity and by monitoring, measuring, analyzing and reviewing
periodically that widens market share of the company Nationally and Internationally.
c. Providing on time delivery of products and services for the total satisfaction of the customer sustaining the
quality built in, focusing on to the established objectives and target with provision for continuous
improvement through the relevant functions and levels are periodically communicated to all the employees

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through-out the organization for better understanding and effective, efficient implementation of the Quality
and HSE system. For continuing suitability to meet or exceed the customer and stake holder satisfaction in
safe and healthy work environment and is made available for all the interested parties.

Djoko Susilo, ST.


( Director)

4.

PROJECT HSE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES


Pursuant to the project health, environmental and safety policy above, the objective of health, environmental and
safety is to complete the project task with minimum numbers of accident at is expected in this project health,
environmental and safety goals.
To achieve these objectives TSW shall:

Ensure that all personnel employed are competent to carry out their designated task safety.

Implement the training program that supports the achievement of the above objective.

Perform audit to ensure health, environmental and safety programs implementation and finds out whether any
improvement is required or not.

Ensure the equipment and tools are in good working order. Regular inspection should be conducted for this
purpose.

Communicate the project health, environmental and safety policy to all TSW employees and establish the
program as necessary to ensure implementation.

Review health, environmental and safety performance and incidents at least monthly to see does the health,
environmental and safety program and plan require to be improve.

Perform clear measurement system of health, environmental and safety performance to provide objective
feed back for health, environmental and safety program improvement. For this purpose the following
definitions are used to define accident.

a) Fatality is end of life.


b) Lost Time Incident (LTI) is an injury accident where the injury prevents the employees from being able to
work on the following day.
c) Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) is all incidents involving a vehicle when it is in motion resulting in harm to
people and/or property damage of any amount.
d) Preventable MVA (PMVA) is any MVA in which a driver failed to do everything reasonably possible to prevent
the MVA.

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e) Accident is undesired event within the construction area during working hour that does result in an injury,
property/equipment damage, spill, etc.
f) Incident is undesired event within the construction area, during working hour that does, or has the potential
to, result in an injury, property/equipment damage, spill, etc.
g) Restricted Work Case (RWC) is an injury accident where employee is able to work in the following days but
has had some adjustment to work activity.
h) Medical Treatment Case (MTC) is an injury accident where the doctor or medical facility is required to tread
the injury. Employee is able to work on the following day.
i) First Aid Incident is an injury accident that limited to one-time treatment and subsequent observation that
does not ordinarily require medical care or prescription medication.

5.

PROJECT HSE ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Following are the key TSW personnel involved in the project and a brief description of their responsibilities on
HES matters:
5.1.

HSE Manager Responsibility

HSE Manager shall organize an internal safety committee consisting of Safety Engineer and
Supervisors to ensure that the safety programs are enforced at all times in the working area. All
workers should be involved as member in safety activities or programs.

Set the project HSE policy, objectives and targets and monitors their implementation.

Assumes overall responsibility on HSE matters with regard to the conformance of TSW to the overall
project safety system.

HSE Manager shall review and as appropriate approve all training programs at site in consultation
with safety in-charge.

Demonstrates by personal example his commitment and personal concerns for HES related matters.

Ensures that all reported accidents/incidents, occupational illness and environmental incidents are
promptly and thoroughly investigated and effective measures taken to prevent recurrence.

5.2.

HSE Officer Responsibility

HSE officer shall review procedures and ensure that they confirm with client safety systems and
applicable registration.

Monitor the implementation of the HSE management plan and advises the HSE Manager on all
safety matters relative to the project.

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Co-ordinate the implementation of planned safety training and awareness programs.

Organize meetings and presentations to disseminate legislative requirements within the Company
and TSW.

Compile, monitor and report accurately the safety statistics and as appropriate, identify trends and
areas requiring more attention, risk reduction or systems improvement.

5.3.

Recommend safety-training initiatives.

Review JSA and maintain register.

Site/Workshop Manager Responsibility

Site/Workshop Manager shall be responsible for conformance to the project safety systems and
procedures of all construction personnel, including subcontractors if any under his authority.

Site/Workshop Manager shall be responsible for ensuring all plant and equipment used during
construction is regularly inspected, properly certified, maintained and is used or operated in
conformance to manufacturer recommendations.

Site/Workshop Manager shall ensure that all personnel under his authority have the relevant
competency and experience to safely execute their work.

Site/Workshop Manager shall ensure work procedures include HSE requirements and hazard
identification, these are understood by supervisors or worker prior to a work process
commencement.

Site/Workshop Manager shall conduct personal inspection of the work sites to ensure high-level
safety awareness among the workers is maintained.

Site/Workshop Manager shall ensure competent person and such inspection findings are
documented and properly reviewed conform to, requirements for equipment and machinery
inspection at the work sites.

Site/Workshop Manager shall attend site (Toolbox) safety meeting and ensure construction site
safety concerns are addressed.

Site/Workshop Manager shall support and encourage his supervisors to maintain safe working
practices in all their activities.

Site/Workshop Manager shall manage all subcontractors if any to ensure that overall safety
compliance is achieved.

Site/Workshop Manager shall enforce appropriate disciplinary action towards any breaches of the
project rules and procedures.

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Site/Workshop Manager shall review job safety analyses and hazard assessment.

Supervisor Responsibility

Supervisor shall report to the Site/Workshop Manager.

Ensures all workers are aware of emergency procedure.

Conduct his daily work supervision with safety as a priority.

For activities that are considered safety critical, a job safety analysis (JSA) shall be developed.
Revised JSA if necessary.

Carries out toolbox meetings and minutes to ensure his work crews are made aware of hazards that
are to be encountered on the job and adhere to hazard management controls.

Make sure all work crews are issued with required personal protective equipment (PPE), have been
trained in proper use of PPE and have attended the initial safety induction.

Prepares JSA for nominated jobs and monitors and observes that work crews are practicing the safe
work standards and systems as described in the JSA.

Carries out checks once in a week to ensure that tools and equipment are in good working condition.

Maintains site housekeeping to the project standard and complying with the in-house health and
environmental standards also.

5.5

Checks that employees are trained in the proper use of tools, machinery and equipment.

Monitor and enforce for wearing of PPE by his personnel.

Individual Worker Responsibility

They shall report to their nominated supervisor.

Work according to the instructions of their supervisors and always comply with the safety plan, safety
procedures and participate in workplace safety inspections.

Carry out their duties in a safe manner and take care for their own safety and that of fellow workers
who may be affected by their acts or omissions at work.

6.

Be aware of emergency response procedure.

HSE TARGETS

Fatalities and Lost Time Injuries (LTI) accidents

- Nil

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Fire

- Nil

Explosion

- Nil

Environmental Accident

- Nil

Vehicle/Transport Accident

- Nil

Incidents

- Minimum, but report each one of them

Safety Audits

- Once in 3 month at site/workshop by a HSE Manager

Safety Inspection:

7.

By TSW HSE Manager

- Once per 3 months

By TSW Site /Workshop Manager / Supervisor

- 01 in 07 Days

By TSW HSE officer

- Daily

HSE INDUCTION AND TRAINING


7.1.

Induction
Any new staff joining the project shall be sent to HES Department by Administration Department for safety
induction. TSW in-house induction briefing subjects shall include but not limited to:

HSE objectives and targets

Site/Workshop project Safety rules

Environmental policies and regulations

Individual responsibilities

Site /Workshop traffic regulations

Communication programs

First aid facility and reporting

Accident/incident reporting

High risk activities

Emergency procedures

The minimum personal protective equipment must have been issued prior to all the workers being
registered for the induction. Anyone failing to conform to this personal protective equipment requirement
shall not qualify to attend.

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On completing attendance at the TSW in-house safety induction, each employee shall acknowledge safety
induction format to confirm that he has understood the contents and shall abide to follow and comply with
good safe work practices. Only then they will be issued with personal identify card, for access to the work
site.
Safety Induction Program

Date of Induction .

Supervisor .

Superintendent .

Induction Training Record

Supervisor Giving Induction

Interpreter .

Day/Date/Time ..

General Induction: All Employees


1.

Health, Environmental and Safety policy objective including zero accident.

2.

Why accident happen explain sequence leading to hazard / incident / accident.

3.

Importance of personnel attitude.

4.

Responsibility for safety (legal, financial, moral and reputation) map of.

5.

Scope and layout of project using sketches and drawings.

6.

Foreseeable hazards (working with the mobile equipment, near excavator)

7.

Reporting hazards/incidents/accidents

8.

Personnel protective equipment (PPE)

9.

Safety system (check workplace, check tools and equipment, check work method)

10.

First aid arrangements

11.

Fire fighting equipment

12.

Environmental pollution

13.

Good housekeeping

14.

Security system

15.

Emergency procedure/evacuation/assembly point

16.

Counseling, coaching and punishment

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All Supervisors
Detail explanation of the accident sequence explaining that what Management Control means knowing the
safety procedures, standards and rules: performing management activities.
Proper planning
Task analysis/risk assessment
Pre-work briefing/training of work groups
Daily inspections use safety system
Toolboxes talk
Equipment passport system/plan reception report
Hazard/incident/accident reporting system
Coaching/counseling/warning
1.

SIGNED ..
Supervisor

2.

SIGNED ..
Interprete
To achieve our safety objectives and the zero accident targets safety training will be organized for
all personnel working on the project.
First stage training programs for construction personnel will be organized as follows:

No

TITLE

DURATION

Safety Induction Program.

One day

Basic Training Need of Safety

One day

Pre Work Training

One day

Objective

ATTENDEES
Supervisors & Local
Employees
Supervisors & Local
Employees
Supervisors

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To training package is made to improve safety, health and environment to improve awareness and
improve the ability to identify the hazards and control it. To improve TSW HSE management
system.
Participants
All supervisors and employees.
Certification and records
Records of training and certification will be done. HSE supervisor will do certification of training
program. Training record will be filed in HSE Department at site.
Training program on need for safety
It is our intention to commence training program for all construction supervisors and above
personnel mobilized for project. This training will consist of the following:
NEED FOR SAFETY
SAFETY OBJECTIVES
ACCIDENT PREVENTION
ACCIDENT SEQUENCE (DOMINO THEORY)
METHODS OF PREVENTING ACCIDENTS
COST OF ACCIDENTS
TECHNIQUES OF DISCOVERING HAZARD
SAFETY AUDIT/SURVEY
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
GUARD THE SAFE GUARDS
UNSAFE PRACTICES

7.2.1. Emergency Response Training


Prior to commencing work on the project, all personnel shall receive training in the Emergency
Response Procedures an integral part of the site induction. All personnel shall be required to
participate in emergency response based on likely incident scenario (accident by equipment, fire
and road accident) on a regular basis.
The safety personnel shall initiate the safety drills and records of the drills shall be maintained.

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7.2.3. First Aid Training


TSW Safety Inspector shall hold current firs aid certificates. Supervisor shall attain the first aid
certificate by attending a workplace first aid course at an accredited training facility.
Specially, areas with persons engaged in work, which is remote from medical facilities, at least one
person must be trained first aid.

7.2.4. Defensive Driving Course (DDC)


Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) is one of the largest causes of fatality besides struck by a moved
object (a dropped object) and falls. One of the efforts to minimize the accident due to MVA TSW
will conduct DDC, which is mandatory for all personnel who operating vehicles within the
construction area.
The intense of this training is to provide safe driving awareness for all vehicles operator. The
training covers:

8.

The risk of vehicle operation

The best driver attitude to operate the vehicle

Strategy and tips for safe driving

Vehicle Policy and regulation

SAFETY COMMUNICATION AND CONSULTATION


8.1.

Monthly Company / TSW Joint Safety Inspection / Meeting


Regular Company/TSW safety inspections and meetings shall be and officially coordinated activity. Copies
of inspection findings and minutes of meeting shall be forwarded to TSW/Company for records.
The agenda to be discussed at the meeting should cover but not be limited to the following:

Good safety practices observed.

Deficiencies, concerns found during this and previous inspections with emphasize on what is
required to improve the deficiencies.

Incidents/accidents or near misses that have occurred and review of investigation and
recommendation

The inspection and meeting should have participation and attendance by relevant TSW
supervisor s nominated by the Workshop Manager, on a rotation basis.

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SAFETY MEETING
TSW shall hold a weekly safety meeting, conducted by HSE officer to discuss and review all safety activities
during the whole week with HSE and Supervisors.
TSW shall hold tools box meeting or safety talk for about 5 (five) minutes with all workers, conducted by the
Managers/Supervisors before starting the work. The purpose of this safety talk is to share information with many
people at once, to stimulate group ideas and interaction, to teach simple concepts and procedures, to give an
inspirational boost and helping to build a cooperative communication climate.
HSE officer and Inspectors shall participate in the Safety Meeting presided by Company regularly as member of
the safety committee.
Companys Field Representative and HSE officer will assist Companys Safety Engineer to carry out the work
during the construction period to observe that TSW will abide by Companys safety procedures.
The Managers shall be responsible for safety including prevention of principal damage of health hazard, fire risk
and working accident, etc. The Managers shall inspect the entire work area at least once a day to ensure that all
operations are being conducted in a safe manner. The Project Manager shall direct his HSE Manager, Site
Manager, Superintendent and Supervisors to hold five-minute meeting before commencing work to ensure the
good working condition.
TSW shall prepare a monthly safety report to Company and to get approval after checking the condition at site as
per the report.
When unsafe work condition or a violation is detected, the HSE officer shall advise or direct Site Manager /
Superintendent and Supervisor to correct unsafe work condition or damaged construction equipment etc.
Supervisors shall instruct and advise workers directly and check the work procedures including safety one.
Foreman shall instruct the workers directly regarding the work procedures including safety procedure at anytime
or anywhere as necessary.
Foreman shall check for any violation of safety procedures or unsafe work condition and if found that, the
Foreman shall stop the work immediately and take necessary action to correct them. Foreman shall conduct a
daily Tools Box Meeting (TBM) for about five minutes every morning before commencing the work to ensure the
good work condition.
The HSE officers shall coordinate with Supervisors and Foremen to schedule safety committee meeting and
prepare the minutes of meeting.

10.

TOOLBOX MEETING
10.1. Regular Toolbox Meeting

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Each work group shall conduct daily toolbox meetings to discuss health and safety issues. Supervisor
shall lead these meetings. The toolbox meeting shall be no longer than 5-10 minutes duration and items
covered at these meetings shall include, but not limited to:

Any day-to-day information and or general instructions used relate to work that needs to be
disseminated to the workers.

Work procedure (including JSA) applicable to the work.

Each work group shall conduct weekly toolbox meetings to discuss health and safety issues. This weekly
toolbox meeting shall be of 20-25 minutes duration and minutes to be recorded. The items covered at
these meetings shall include, but not limited to:

Deficiency or shortcomings noted during the daily or weekly site safety inspections.

Review of project Safety objectives and performance versus targets, Safety personnel shall
participate and give Safety talks at toolbox meeting.

Other work leaders or workers may be encourage to relate their real life experience of any past
accidents and highlight the learning points.

Personal protective equipment requirements.

10.2. Job Specific Toolbox Meeting


Before starting new activities or activities which are more dangerous and require special safety
precaution, Job specific Toolbox meeting will be called to discuss safe methods of work

As with job specific toolbox meeting, the subject matters must pertain specifically to a job being
intended for immediate execution.

The relevant Job Safety Analysis (JSA) to be discussed or reviewed and revised if necessary.

10.3. Daily Safety Supervision

All upper level personnel including Foremen shall have a meeting regularly to ensure the safety.

HSE officers and Supervisors shall conduct daily safety inspections, including house keeping and
security patrol around the job site. HSE officers also patrol around the job site daily with Companys
Field Representative and Supervisor.

Morning meeting shall be held and roll call shall be made every morning.

Each foreman shall conduct his daily Tools Box Meeting (TBM) before commencing the work.

All material, equipment and hand tool at work site shall be stored neatly in the designated area and,
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finished. Foremen shall submit his (their) daily work report to Supervisor and Supervisor shall
confirm by work site patrol whether the report is fair or not.

All informative items decided by Companys Safety Committee shall be made immediately conveyed
to all upper level personnel including supervisor and/ to foreman, if necessary.

11.

REPORTING, STATISTICS AND REVIEWS


11.1.

Accident / Incident Reporting and Investigation


All accidents/incidents shall be thoroughly investigated by the supervisor and safety inspector to establish
primary and contributory causes as specified in TSW form for accidents/incidents reporting, investigation.
Recommended from accident/incident investigation shall be implemented and monitored for
effectiveness. The procedure for accident reporting, investigation and cost is referred and is a part of this
document.
TSW will responsibility of promptly and accurately reporting all on the job accidents/incident to the proper
governmental authorities, where appropriate, and to Companys personnel. All fatalities, injuries,
accident/incident, MVA and other damage to Companys or TSW equipment or involving Company or
TSW employees or equipment shall be reported immediately and confirmed in writing within 24 hours to
Company. TSW will also responsibility to maintain and file required Company incident report form
pursuant to Company procedures and as required by law, decree, administrative rule or regulation, or
other legally binding policy interpretation or pronouncement of a legal jurisdiction or authority.

11.2. Man-hours and Incidents Statistics


The Safety Officer is responsible for the tabulation of incident statistics and to ensure the statistics are
passed on to Company on the monthly basis. He shall provide details of the following classification of
injurious, non-injurious and near miss incident.
Frequency and severity rates shall be calculated based on the total man-hours exposed and the mandays lost. These statistics shall also be brought to the attention of the Project/Workshop Manager for his
review and assessment against the safety targets. The Safety Officer shall execute the Safety
performance reporting and day-to-day monitoring process. The performance statistics shall also include
all subcontractor man-hours exposure.
Standard format, consisting of the following headings shall be tabulated :
1.

Man-hours exposure

2.

No. of Lost Time Injuries (LTI)

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No. of Man days lost

4.

LTI Frequency

5.

LTI Severity

6.

No. of Medical Cases

7.

No. of first aid cases

8.

Vehicle accidents

9.

No. fire incidents

10.

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11.3. Safety Audits / Review


A program of planned and documented safety audits/review will be carried out in order to provide
objective evidence of the compliance to safety requirements and procedures.
Safety audits will be carried out in order to:

Provide objective evidence to conformance with agreed system, methods and procedures.

Determine effectiveness of existing safety procedures and plans.

Identify any shortcoming in the safety system and plans and establish where improvement
can be made.

The audit team will consist of TSW relevant representative and Company representatives, if
required.

All audit/review report will be submitted to the Project Manager for approval and copied to the
Company, if requested by the Company.

11.4. Rehabilitation
TSW is committed to the effective rehabilitation of injured employees. The objective is to assist in the
early, safe return of an employee to meaningful and productive work following an injury and to integrate
the injured employee successfully back into the workforce where possible.
The Project/Workshop Manager leases with the safety in-charge that takes an active role in the
rehabilitation process by :

Ensuring the injured person obtains immediate medical assessment and treatment

Commencing the rehabilitation process as soon as practicable after injury, consistent with the
employees medical condition.

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Maintaining contact with the injured employee, treating practitioners and other affected parties
during the rehabilitation process.

Developing a return to work plan to suit the employees physical capability and limitations
during recovery, including suitable alternative duties.

12.

Monitoring the rehabilitation process to ensure its effectiveness.

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA)


The Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a tool, which provides a list of planned work activities and identifies safety
activities required for the hazard control and allocates responsibilities for implementing controls. JSA shall be
used during pre-mobilization and pre-job reviews involving the relevant Supervisors and work groups. JSA shall
be discussed in work groups before starting the work to ensure that all are aware of the job and if necessary,
suggest improvements to HSE officers to maintain register.
No
1

Sequence Basic of Job Step


Traveling to site

Recommended Action of

Potential Hazards

Traffic Accident

Vehicle may be
slipped during rainy season

Procedure

Keep the vehicle always in


speed limited max. 40 km/hour

Keep the vehicle on paved


and level road

Driver must be understood


and obey to follow traffic
regulation

Wearing seat belt

Turn off the engine when


the vehicle parking

Location identified

Touch down hot steam pipe

Used hand gloves

Beware of hot steam pipe


while identify pipe network

Site cleaning

Snake bite

Hand may injure by


chopping knife

Measuring

Touch down hot


steam pipe

Snake bite

Using safety shoes and


safety helmet

Wearing proper trousers

Clean up bush area

Used hand gloves, safety


shoes, helmet and proper trouser

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The others Job Safety Analysis (JSA) are attached.

13.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
TSW will provide all site safety equipment associated with its activities for the project and ensure that all safety
equipment is set up and maintained as stipulated in the relevant regulations or standards

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)


According to their working area, the personnel shall given the following basic Personal Protective
Equipment (PPE) and instructed in the correct usage of such to use it.

Safety helmet for protection of head against failing of flying objects or electrical shock.

Safety shoes for protection of foot against getting struck into some object lying on the passage and
perforation of sole by sharp pointed objects.

Eyes and face protection such as goggles face shield and screen.

Hand and arm protection such as industrial gloves for hot pipe.

Hearing protection for noise level above 80 dB, such as industrial hearing protectors.

Mask and respirator for protections against pollutant environment

The signs, signposts and notice board shall be clearly indicated the obligation of the required PPE
according to work area conditions.
HSE officers/ Inspectors shall check all PPE for compliance with the relevant standards and specifications.

14.

IN-DISCIPLINARY ACTION
TSW has a strong commitment in safety implementation from upper level Managers through to all workers.
Therefore, TSW has made some regulation for any in-disciplinary actions in the job site, such as:
1.

To give first warning for worker who is not wearing their PPE and does not implement safety regulation
during working hours in the job site.

2.

To give second warning if the worker found more than once not wearing or using his PPE or does not
implement safety regulation in the job site, he will be punished (scorsing or any other in disciplinary
actions) as per TSW or Company safety regulation.

3.

To give third warning or final warning, even firing the worker if the worker still does not follow the safety
regulation.

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INCENTIVE SCHEME
To positively reinforce and celebrate good Health, Environmental and Safety (HSE) performance throughout TSW
employees, TSW held the Health, Environmental and Safety (HSE) recognition program to promote safety
effectively. This recognition program is for all employees especially for workers who are involved in the project.
The special recognition components are for the following achievements :
1.

Competition between teams, shifts or divisions if in determined time they can work without a total record able
injury or illness incident.

2.

Competition between teams, shifts or divisions if they can keep their equipment and the working area in neat
and clean condition according to the TSW safety regulations (housekeeping).

3.

TSW will give the reward for all employees if meet HSE target. The reward will give to them after project
finish.

16.

GENERAL SAFETY RULES


16.1.

Poster and Signs


All necessary posters and signs shall be adopted as visual aids for accident and fire prevention.
Posters written in the native language and in English shall be conspicuously displayed.
These posters and signs shall not be removed or replaced.

16.2. Use of Protectors

A safety helmet shall be worn by fastening a chinstrap.

Safety goggles shall be fit for the purpose of use.

A dust mask shall be fit for the state of environmental air.

At a very noisy place, earplug shall be used.

Use of safety belt:

The workers shall wear safety belts at the job site.


The workers shall always get full prepared to use the safety belt; the rope of safety belt shall be carried
on their shoulder wound around their waists or put into waist-bags.
The workers shall check their own safety belts carefully before wearing and to request a change of such
defective belt, as they do not trust it with their lives.

16.3.

General Work at Elevated Place

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Work at places not less than 2 meters in height.


a)

A strong and reliable working deck shall be provided.

b)

In case providing the above is difficult, guard net shall be set and workers must wear safety
belt.

c)

An enclosure handrail, a cover etc shall be provided for the edge of working deck and opening
etc. Which may be liable to cause a fall.

d)

Under foul weather, any work shall be prohibited.

e)

During the night, essential illumination shall be maintained.

2)

A person being in an unhealthy condition shall not be maintained.

3)

Any person shall wear a safety helmet always and have it chin-strapped securely.

4)

The surface of the working deck shall be kept in good order.

5)

On the working deck, it is required that any article is not to be put as far as possible, but when
circumstances compel it, gadgets and small articles shall be contained in a box which shall be fixed
on the deck.

6)

Company and/or TSW Supervisor shall direct erection, replacing and dismantling of scaffolding
cramp and platform.

7)

The maximum allowable load and names of persons responsible for scaffoldings, cramps and
platforms shall be displayed and checked regularly.

8)

Notice of Danger Overhead, Under Working at Elevated Place, etc. shall be posted. In order to
exclude access of unauthorized persons, appropriate measures such as fencing and roping off shall
be taken together with guardsmen. Essential notices like Keep Off, Keep off but Workers for
Assembling or Dismantling Scaffolding shall be posted.

9)

A gradient of a temporary passage for ascent and descent shall be appropriate and required
handrails shall be provided for the passage.

10) If there are any openings in the job site, suitable protective equipment shall be provided to the
opening.
11) A strong ladder not less than 30 cm in width shall be provided.
12) Under working, always attention shall be paid to protect falling of workers or articles.
13) A safety belt, a lifeline etc, with an appropriate falling length shall be used after checking its served
condition and ascertaining safety.

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14) For a place where there is the possibility of falling of scattering of articles, a protective net shall be
set, access to place shall be prohibited and required measure-posting a notice "Keep Off" shall be
taken.
15) For a pile of logs or similar articles, protective measures against falling shall be always adopted.
16) Ropes shall be kept away from sharp-edged articles and the ropes without causing any twist and
kink shall be used.
17) In the case of work at an elevated place outdoor, it is required to pay attention to weather condition
especially strong wind and so on and to cope with it appropriately.
18) In the case of assembling work of scaffoldings, condition of the scaffolds shall be checked and
ascertained before starting work.
19) It is required to examine safety equipment in accordance with a prescribed method and to make sure
that equipment is all in good order.

16.6. Conveyance Material Lifting and Winch Work


16.6.1. Conveyance by Hand
a.

A worker shall not be strained to carry a heavy article beyond this power.

b.

In the case of conveyance by plural workers, each worker must abide by the following
items:

b.1. Shouting all at once or giving a signal always.


b.2. Keeping straight his own strength without warning on the way of conveyance.
c.

In the case of lifting a heavy article, a worker, each worker must abide by the following item:

c.1. Holding the bottom of article as possible and lowering his hips before raising the articles.
c.2. Keeping straight his backbone, bracing his legs and arms and raising the articles while
straightening his knees slowly.
d.

A worker shall not open the door by force while holding an article with his both hands.

e.

A worker shall watch his step during holding heavy or large articles.

16.6.2. Conveyance by Vehicle


a.

A loading capacity shall be obeyed and exceeding is not allowed.

b.

A loaded cargo shall be secured on the car properly.

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The center of gravity in a loaded cargo shall be maintained as low as possible in order to
increase stability of the cargo.

d.

Consideration shall be given also to height limit on a passageway.

e.

In case of conveying a long cargo, it is required to put signs on the cargo.

16.6.3. Lifting Work of Materials


a.

Rigging work shall be performed under the direction of an authorized foreman.

b.

Wire ropes used for rigging work shall be checked thoroughly and it is not allowed to use
them, which have a kind, corrosion, distortion. Much abrasion or any other defects.

c.

The safety coefficient of wire ropes and chain used for rigging work shall not be less than 6
(six) respectively.

d.

Chain shall not be used a twisted condition.

e.

It is required to check the weight of loaded cargo carefully before work and an article
exceeding the rated load shall not be lifted.

f.

Materials shall be lifted by at least 2 ropes and the sling angle shall not exceed.

g.

Wire rope shall be replaced when either of the following critical condition is observed.

g.1. Percentage of broken wires exceeds 10 (ten) percent of the total in one strand.
g.2. Reduction in diameter exceeds 7 (seven) percent of the original.
h.

In case of binding with wire ropes in rigging work, it is required to ascertain the center of
gravity of suspended material and to keep balance.

i.

Padding between materials and wire ropes shall protect materials with sharp edges.

j.

A hook with a slip-off-proof device shall be used.

k.

Supplement ropes shall assist a suspended material that is liable to swing.

l.

Working under lifted materials or riding on lifted materials shall be prohibited.

m. When the situation of binding seems not well, it is required to repeat the binding work to
make it perfect.
n.

When suspending material is leaving the ground, rigging workers shall be clear of the
material and shall not touch the material or wire ropes.

o.

When a material is lifted down, rigging ropes shall be unfastened after the material has
landed stably and the ropes have been loosened fairly.

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The rigging worker shall check whether there is shifting in the landed material. Also they
must make previous arrangement perfectly with the operator of crane before starting the
work.

q.

Before starting rigging work, one chief worker shall be nominated.

r.

Rigging workers shall commence the work after having made previous arrangement
together with the operator of crane or winch thoroughly.

s.

Only a single man shall give signal to the above operator after ascertaining by clear call.

t.

The above signal shall be made by whistle, hands or a small flag which it suitable for the
job site.

u.

Such an operator shall give the signal from a safe position where he can observe the
situation clearly.

16.7.

Handling or Equipment and Tools / Each Work and Emergency


16.7.1. Equipment and Tools
a)

Before starting the work a worker shall check equipment and tools. And if he finds
out a defective one, he must report it to the responsible person.

b)

A worker shall keep the tools in repair and return them properly to designated
place after use every time.

c)

A worker shall use appropriate tools, which fit for the kind of work.

d)

Tools shall not be delivered by throwing.

e)

A worker shall handle equipment and tools carefully and take care not to drop
them on his foot.

f)

A worker shall not repair a defective tool in his own way, especially a defective
power tool shall be left to the hand of the responsible person.

g)

When a workers hand and tools are smeared with oil, he shall completely wipe off
such oil before starting the work.

h)

When a worker uses tools at an elevated place, he shall take preventive measures
against fall by tying tools with strings and so on.

i)

In case of using a pointed tool, a worker shall guards his holding hands against fall
being thruster with the point.

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In the case of using power tools, it is required to ascertain safety by test run and
the test run also shall be conducted after blade of tools have been changed.

16.7.2. Use of Machinery; In Generally


a)

Before use of machinery, it is required to make safety check through test run,
especially function of safety device, a brake, a power cut off device etc, shall be
checked thoroughly.

b)

Before start up machinery, it is required to ascertain safety of the vicinity and to


inform the persons concerned of such safety by signs.

c)

When a worker sees a disorder of machine, he shall stop, check and fix the
machine, then report the responsible person of those affairs.

d)

Oil feeling, tune up, cleaning Use of Machinery; In Generally and repair of
machines and changing of belts shall be done always after stop of machines.

e)

A worker shall not touch revolving section, gears, belts, etc. of working machines.

f)

It is not allowed to wear gloves for operating machine, which have often danger of
catching fingers.

g)

It is prohibited to speak to the worker who is operating a machine.

h)

Before use of electric equipment, a worker shall check weather it has any
damaged part in the switch, the fuse, the cord and the connection.

i)

When a worker finds out strange noises, smell or vibration, he shall check every
part, especially looseness and backlash in the control element.

j)

Before start-up of a machine, worker shall feed oil lubricate parts and ascertain
their good function.

k)

When a worker intends to suspend work with power tools, he shall always switch
off. When resuming the work, he shall inform the person concerned of the start up
by signs and switch on.

l)

Machinery shall be checked by the workers own judgment once a week.

16.7.3. Metal Cutting


a)

A worker shall wear gloves and take precaution against his hands cut with steel
sheet metal.

b)

A worker shall take precaution against hands cut with blades. Especially it is
required to be aware that the upper blade is prone to drop in the case of loose
nuts on elbows when steel sheet is being placed on the base.

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All nuts a machine shall be checked and kept from loosening.

d)

The upper blade shall be fixed on the case after use.

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e.1. Before the work, all nuts shall be checked against looseness.
e.2. A worker shall surely push a steel sheet against the fixed board, securely
hold the sheet not to slip out and take precaution against his hands caught in
the flat lock seams.
f)

Handling of Power Three Rolls and Belt-Rolls


f.1.

A worker shall wear gloves and take precaution against his hands cut with
steel metal.

f.2.

A steel sheet metal shall be inserted at a right angle to the roll.

16.7.4. Workshop
a)

Equipment and machinery shall be arranged in accordance with the working


process in order to increase the efficiency of the work and to save useless
conveyance.

b)

Electric wiring, air hose and other obstacles shall not be laid on passage or
working floor.

c)

Spacing between machines, spacing between machine and a wall or other


facilities shall have sufficient room in due consideration of processed material.

d)

The width of passage shall be secured not less than 0.8 meter.

e)

Each machine shall be installed to easily enable to supply materials, take out
products, feed oil, check and clean the machines, etc.

f)

The foundation for installing machinery shall be strong and stable.

g)

Every equipment shall be installed in due consideration of illumination, lighting,


ventilation and airing.

h)

Tools shall be put to rights so as to grasp the whole at a glance always.

i)

After finishing a work, check for closing shall be done always, especially attention
to electric facilities is important.

j)

Cleaning tools shall be kept at a designated place.

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16.7.5. Emergency Treatment


a)

Burn
a.1. The affected part shall be cooled with cold water soonest possible until the
pain is released.
a.2. When the bubble occur, never break it but apply gauze and wait with
bandage.
a.3. Care of the doctor shall be taken soon.

16.8.

Training Plan
Training for improvement of each work shall be carried out for workers before the start of site
work or pre-fabrication work.
1.

Before field work, workers shall be gathered at pre-fabrication shop or meeting room and
shall be instructed how to apply or fabricate by Supervisor and/or Foreman, using
instruction manual, textbook or sample.

2.

In order to improve their skill up to standard level, the workers shall be divided into some
groups and shall be instructed by Supervisor and/or Foreman through on-the-job training.

3.

Improvement, efficiency and performance shall be checked and reported to the


Superintendent and/or Site Manager in a fixed time by the Supervisor and/or Foreman.

4.

Site Manager and/or Superintendent shall settle the workers to each level (skilled, semi
skilled and common) by their workmanship based on the result of training records.

5.

Training items are not only for improvement of workmanship and skill, but also include how
to keep tools and equipment safe and save materials through the period of work execution.

17.

SAFE OPERATING PROCEDURE


17.1. Hazardous Substance
Goods of items of equipment which are potentially hazardous (chemicals, flammable gas cylinders, etc)
shall only be brought onto site in an approved an appropriate storage facility and only in the quantity
needed for the work.
Safety signage, NO SMOKING and DANGER AREA, shall be posted near hazardous material storage
facilities. Natural and/or forced ventilation shall be provided to remove hazardous vapor.

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Classification of hazardous areas and segregation of hazardous substances shall be undertaken to avoid
ignition and explosion hazards. No hazardous substances except for quantities necessary for daily use
hall are stored in workshops.

17.2. Safety Equipment


TSW will provide all site safety equipment associated with its activities for the project and ensure that all
safety equipment is set up and maintenance as stipulated in the relevant regulations or standards

17.3. Medical Facilities


TSW shall ensure first aid facilities are provided and competently trained person area available to provide
immediate response to any site injuries. First aid kits shall be kept in the site offices, equipment, vehicles
and station sites.

17.4. Noise
TSW shall ensure that noise levels to which personnel are exposed are as low as reasonably practicable.
Noise exposure level shall not exceed a peak of 140 dB (lin) or 85 dB (A) over an 8 hour working day.
Areas or equipment that exceed 85 dB (A) shall be clearly signposted.
Noise areas on site will be identified, evaluated and controlled in accordance with Company safety
requirements, with hearing protection used as a last resort. The following action will be taken when the
noise exposure limit is exceeded:

Elimination

Substitution

Segregation

Engineering

Administrative

PPE

All personnel are required to observe safety signage in designated areas concerning hearing protection.

17.5. Hygiene
High standards of personal hygiene are essential at all times. Living in close proximity to a large number
of other people demands cleanliness in order to ensure comfort for everyone and to prevent the spread of

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sickness of disease. All personnel are prohibited from smoking in meal areas, accommodation units and
offices.

17.6. Abuse Prevention Programs


TSW has a responsibility to employees, customers and the public to take appropriate steps to promote
safety in the workplace and to maintain the quality of products and services. TSW has instituted a drug
and alcohol policy to protect its employees, customer, property and legitimate interests and to eliminate
drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. TSW recognizes that alcohol and drugs are a potential safety
hazard within the workplace and as such it is forbidden for any person to possess, or be under the
influence of alcohol or non-prescribed drugs, at anytime or anywhere on the work site. This drug and
alcohol policy applies to all employees. This policy should be administrated in accordance with the drug
testing procedure, which together with the entire policy is available upon request.
The sale, purchase, transfer, transportation, use, conspiracy to sell or deliver, or possession of any drug
by employees (including drivers) on or at the Company workplace is prohibited. The unauthorized sale,
purchase, transfer, transportation, use, conspiracy to sell or deliver, or possession of any alcohol or
alcoholic beverage by employees (including drivers) on or at the Company workplace is prohibited.
Arriving at or being present on or at the workplace under the influence of any drug, alcohol or alcoholic
beverage is prohibited. Employees who test positive for any drug on or at the workplace are in violation of
this policy; they shall be immediately escorted off the premises and reported to the local law enforcement
authorities if appropriate. TSW shall conduct random searches at the site entrances for support of this
policy, and exits for evidence of drug or alcohol abuse.
Personnel using prescribed medication shall advise their supervisor or medical officer prior to, or upon
arrival on site. TSW will make small presentation in the meeting about no drug and alcohol for employees,
which the presentation will be conducted by HSE Department. Also we are going to put some poster or
slogan for no drug and alcohol in our office.

17.7. Heat Stress


The climate in Sumatra is moderately hot and at times humid and this may lead to some personnel
experiencing physical and physiological behavioral changes.
The following guidelines should be considered at each project work site for managing worker health and
safety in heat stress conditions.
Water
Cool drinking water will be made readily available at the site for all personnel exposed to hot conditions.
Personnel will be actively encouraged to take frequent small drinks to replace body fluid lost through
sweating.
Shade / Shielding

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Where continuous work is required in direct sunlight TSW shall ensure that there is provision of shade to
take shelter, this will help whenever there is sudden rain at the site while construction activities.
Rest Breaks
In extreme temperatures the work group will structure the work to enable regular rest breaks.
Clothing
Cotton clothing is a requirement for all project work sites. The clothing should be as loose fitting as is safe
and practicable.

17.8. Fire Prevention or Protection


Fire Protection :
The use of portable fire extinguishers shall be limited to fighting only the incipient stage of a fire. Trained
fire brigades must handle fires beyond the incipient stage. Portable fire extinguisher suitable to the
conditions and hazards involved shall be provided and maintained in an effective operating condition.
Portable fire extinguisher shall be conspicuously located and mounted where they will be readily
accessible. Extinguishers shall not be obstructed or obscured from view.
Portable fire extinguisher shall be given maintenance service at lease once in a year and a written record
kept showing the maintenance or recharging date. A record shall be maintained of any periodic service. A
monthly visual check is to be performed by a trained person to give reasonable assurance that the fire
extinguisher is fully charged and operable.

Flammable Storage :
Flammable liquids shall be kept in appropriate and covered containers or tanks when not actually in use.
Approved portable containers have self-closing lids, flame arrestor, internal relieving devices and proper
labeling.
Outdoor storage areas of flammable shall be graded in such a manner to divert spills away from buildings
or other exposures including environmental damage. Dikes or walls may be needed to contain spills in
environmentally sensitive areas. The area shall be kept free of weeds, debris and other combustible
material not necessary to the storage.
Adequate precautions shall be taken to prevent the ignition of flammable vapors. Sources of ignition
include but are not limited to open flames, lightning, smoking, cutting, welding, hot surface, frictional heat,
static, electrical and mechanical sparks, spontaneous ignition, heat producing chemical reactions and
radiant heat. Class I liquids shall not be dispensed into containers unless the nozzle and container are
electrically interconnected. The nozzle shall be self-closing type system.
Fire accident is one of the hazards that have potential consequences to cause multiple fatalities and major
properties damage. Since the construction activity majorities in this project involve the use of flame

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(welding, cutting, electrical equipment, etc), flammable substance (fuel, chemical, paint, etc) and also the
construction area are within the Company vicinity. Where the air probably contained of gas, fire
prevention/protection shall take place into highest priority to be implemented.
Fire prevention/protection program mainly shall cover the following :
a. Regular inspection to the equipment, tools, vehicle, especially to its electric motor. Fire extinguishers
shall also be inspected regularly to ensure the service.
b. Inspection during the execution of work to ensure the preventive action implementation.
c. Flammable substance shall be stored at the safe place away from any sources that could ignite the fire
and shall be handled only by authorized person. Barricade completed with sign shall be provided to
warn the people to keep away from the substance.
d. Conduct fire drill training to ensure the preparedness of all members in facing the fire situation.
e. Fire extinguisher shall be placed at strategic location to maintain the escape way for the people, in
case of fire.
f. Area for smoking shall be located at the area away from construction activity and flammable material.
Smoking in whole site area is prohibited except in the designated area for smoking.

17.9. Emergency Response and Preparedness


TSW shall assign a fire warden for areas such as office, warehouse and workshop and notify their names
to Company. Any inflammable goods such as matches, lighters, etc shall not be allowed to carry to job
site. The fire works or hot works in the restricted area specified by Company shall be performed with
appropriate permit issuers or the authorized area work permits issuers.
In case of fire, the discoverer shall immediately notify the Companys general shift supervisor and fire
department. Persons working adjacent to the fire shall immediately try to put out the fire with provided fire
extinguishers if the fire is small. In case the fire in the existing plant, all construction work at the job site
shall be stopped and construction equipment and electrical switches shall be turned off and all personnel
shall be evacuated immediately.
Emergency Response Procedure and Preparedness:
a.

TSW shall be taken all precautions to prevent fires.

b.

Paper, rags, trash and other combustible materials shall only be disposed of in safe containers.

c.

Fire equipment shall not be altered or tampered with or rendered inaccessible.

d.

TSW shall be responsible for the safety and fire protection training.

e.

In case the Fire at office, warehouse or workshop. If the fire heavy Contact Company fires brigade
and do evacuation if not heavy use fire extinguisher.

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In case Labor Accidents. If heavy call ambulance and paramedic and bring to local clinic, if not bring
to medical clinic.

g.

In case Misconduct. If not crimes comply with TSW regulation that approach by project management.
If crime processed by TSW security local policy if not comply with TSW regulation.

h.

In case Labor strike. Approach by project management if not settled transfer to labor supplied.

i.

In case Riot. Contact local police, protect and evacuate all employees and protect project document
and property or asset.

TSW has a team for emergency response procedure, which the team members are chief and chief
assistance, hazardous prevention, evacuator, pacification and electrical prevention.
If emergency happen fire at our office, warehouse or workshop what are we going to do?
Employees
Report any incident to your supervisor, chief or chief assistance ERP and rescue to assembly point.
Always thing about owns your safety.

HSE Supervisor
The responsibilities are:
a.

b.

On Normal Condition

Make sure all tools for emergency procedure has been provided and in good order.

To held procedurally training for emergency team member ERP.

Evaluated and substitute emergency team member if required.

To distribute anything new especially on emergency procedures to all construction persons.

On normal Condition

Inform any incident take microphone.

Fully responsibility for emergency and evacuation procedure.

Fully responsibility for controlling all emergencies conditions.

To coordinate safety officers for controlling emergency condition.

Hazardous Prevention
To prevent hazard like as fire with tools provided and also to prevent hazardous become worst.
Evacuator

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Conducted evacuation for people, document and reliable things to assembly point as provided.

Make sure that office, warehouse and workshop building are free from unauthorized person except
HSE team.

Pacification

To safe people who get rescue to assembly point and keep them not separated or get back to building
before situation completely clear.

Make sure document and any valuable thing are free from theft.

Electrical Prevention

To shut off electric current for worst damage prevention.

To call clinic, help and get victim to the safe area.

17.10. Radiographic and X-Ray Operation

TSW shall ensure all work involving use of radioactive materials are performed in strict compliance
with the "Indonesia Radiation Regulation issued by the National Atomic Energy Agency (BATAN).

Only authorized personnel who have been trained and qualified for the jobs shall be permitted to work
with radioactive materials.

TSW shall ensure that all Subcontractors operating radiographic or X-ray equipment possess a valid
Government Radiographic License by the National Atomic Energy Agency (BATAN). A copy of the
license shall be submitted to COMPANY HSE Manager for review.

All such people shall undergo frequent, regular, scheduled medical examinations. They shall wear a
film badge exposure recorder at all times while at work.

Radioactive sources shall be kept/stored (when not in use) in a properly designed locked
compartment. Only qualified people shall be allowed access.

Areas in which radiography is to be carried out shall be marked with the correct international
radiography signs and also Danger Radiography Do not enter in English and Indonesia.

Walls, tape, fences, rope signs or other barriers shall designate area boundaries. Careful watch shall
be kept to ensure that unauthorized people do not enter the area.

When transporting the radioactive source from its storage location to the place of use the vehicle shall
be marked with the radiation symbol. The isotope handling and transporting procedure issued by the
National Atomic Agency (BATAN) shall be complied with at all times.

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Prior to commencing any radioactive work in an operating unit/area. TSW shall confirm that the
radioactive work will not affect any system or operating process.

17.11. Housekeeping
TSW is concern about the housekeeping on the job site. Housekeeping is very important, beside to
maximized productivity, quality, safety and cost control, housekeeping is also important to avoid
accidental injury, fire cause and waste energy.
All workers are responsibility to keep the working area in neat and clean condition. At the end of working
day, all workers should clean their working area and to store all equipment in the right place. Supervisors
shall monitor whether the housekeeping around working area is done properly.
Good housekeeping is one of the most important requirements for a safe and healthy work environment.
Poor housekeeping may create an unsafe condition and indicates a lack of pride in job performance.
Materials shall be store only in designated areas and in an orderly fashion. Drip and spills shall be kept
cleaned up and reported immediately to the appropriate supervisor. Stairs, steps, ladders and walkways
shall be kept clean and free of all obstacle or slippery material.
Areas shall be kept clear around safety related equipment, i.e., sprinkler, control valve, fuse boxes,
electrical switch panels, fire extinguishers, and order fire appliances to allow safe access in case of an
emergency. Tools, fixtures and all other equipment shall be kept in their proper places when not in use.
Thrash and waste shall be placed in appropriately labeled and covered (where applicable) containers.
Indoors aisles and work areas shall be clearly defined and kept free of material and hazardous
obstructions. All stored materials stacked in tiers shall be stacked, blocked, interlocked and limited in
height so that it is secured against sliding or collapse.
Any waste paper, oily rag, etc shall not be thrown into the equipment and shall be separately and
properly disposed.

17.12. Lockout-Tag out (LOTO)


Lockout/Tag out procedures must be followed prior to work on equipment or processes where the
unexpected energizing of such equipment could cause injury to an employee. Energy sources must be
identified and energy control devices locked out and/or tagged out before working on the equipment.
Energy sources typically used to run oil field equipment/process is electrical, mechanical, hydraulic or
pneumatic.
Any oil field equipment / process may have potential energy after shutdown that must be relieved or
abated before work can commence. Typical equipment/process in oil field operations are pumping units,
electric motors, compressors, pumps, engines, vapor recovery units, water filtration processes and
electrical control equipment. TSW employees shall exchange information prior to the start of the work to
make each other fully aware of the others lockout/tag out procedure.

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17.12.1. Lockout-Tag out (LOTO) Procedure


If you are operator/employee have authorized for LOTO, you have to prevent accidental
energization with the following step :
a. Find out what kind energy using by machine/equipment, how large and danger also how to
control it and do lockout.
b. Inform to all workers/employees (operator) that the machine/equipment will be shutdown
and lock for repair work and maintenance.
c. Shut down the engine of machine/equipment.
d. Turn off energy source of circuit breaker, switch off or any measurements that have
power/energy for machine or equipment.
e. Lock all tag (LOTO) energy switch control on position safe or off to prevent engine or
equipment running without instructions.
f. Release or blockade energy inside of.
g. Proper test for operation control.
h. Conduct work service or maintenance.

17.12.2. Recommended Step for Switch on Machines or Equipment


After repairing or maintenance work for machines or equipment on lock position there are
several step that should be following to turn on/switch on machines or equipment such as:
a. Check tools condition to ensure that all tools and equipment has been taken out (keep on),
machines have completely installed, machines cover and guard already on position
(installed).
b. Inform to all workers that machines or equipment will switch on.
c. Take off lockout tools; please remember that who the person can take out of tag out,
lockout only the person who attaches on.

17.13. Confined Space Entry


All employees who are expected to enter or work in or around a confined space must be trained in
confined space entry procedures and use the required equipment. Prior to work or entry into a confined
space, the employee must obtain a confined space entry permit issued by HSE supervisor.

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A confined space is any space large enough for human access, but having limited or restricted means of
entry or exit, poor ventilation, oxygen deficient and containing, or potential containing, a hazardous
atmosphere. Some examples of confined space work areas include storage tanks, process vessel,
boilers and other tank-like compartments. Usually with only a manhole for entry, open-topped spaces or
more than four feet in depth such as pits, vaults, trenches, tank and vessels, large valves boxes and
large electrical pull boxes not subject to good natural ventilation, septic tanks, sewers, underground utility
tunnels, pipelines and similar structures.
All confined space atmospheres shall be tested with a reliable instrument by personnel trained in its use
and shall be conducted each day prior to entry, at a minimum. A hazardous atmosphere will exist when
testing indicates any of the following conditions exist :
1.

The presence of combustible vapors in excess of 10% of the lower explosive limits (LEL).

2.

An atmosphere with an oxygen concentration under 19.5%.

3.

The presence of toxic gases, such as H2S, in concentration greater than the established permissible
exposure levels.

If the atmosphere fails any one of the three tests, it is considered hazardous and positive mechanical
ventilation shall be maintained. Natural ventilation shall not be considered adequate.
Note:
This is information only to our employee. In this project we have no work entry into a confined space.

17.15. Smoking
Smoking is absolutely prohibited at all TSW facilities. Kitchen, strike anywhere matches, or exposed
lighters (including butane) of the type, which may strike or be lighted by dropping, are prohibited.

17.16. Erection Work


a.

Erection by Heavy Crane


The erection work plan and procedure shall be checked thoroughly by Superintendent.

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Warning sign of NO ENTRY and safety proves shall be provided by Subcontractors under the
instruction of TSW.
The strength of the road and any obstacles of the crane route shall be checked. The road shall be
reinforced and obstacles removed, where required.
The strength of the ground where the crane is to be place shall examined. The ground shall be
reinforced and obstacles removed, where required.
If necessary, reinforcements, such as installation of steel plate, wood shall be made. Only authorized
person with a license shall be permitted to operate the crane or do slinging for lifting equipment.
When the crane is traveling within the plant area, a pedestrian should, as necessary, proceed the
crane to act as a guide and observer.
The foreman and signalman shall be assigned for each erection activities under an operating system
established for the work.
The shall stand where they can observe the loading operating and be clearly visible to the crane
operator during the crane work. A uniform signal system shall be used, with flags transceiver, and
whistles for signaling.
The capacity of the crane to be used for erection shall be determined after careful consideration.
Total lifting weight and the center of the gravity of equipment to be erected shall be carefully
rechecked before commencing erection work. Before starting the work, the condition and functioning
of the brakes, limit switches, overall preventing devices shall be checked and inspected. The crane
shall be operated on trial basis without load as a preliminary check. The equipment shall be lifted
and held 10 centimeter from ground, and in this stage elements shall be checked and inspected to
see if they are well functioning.
If risky conditions are detected, the lifting work shall be stopped immediately.
Lifting work shall not be carried out during bad weather as strong winds or rain.

b.

Erection by Truck Crane


Lifting work shall begin only after confirming by preliminary check that the Truck Crane is set up
satisfactorily.
The operator shall not leave the crane or winch during lifting work.
The inclined angle of the boom during operation shall not exceed the range of 30 to 80 degree
unless otherwise specified for the machinery.
An angle indicator shall be provided for the crane operator to visually check the boom angle and the
booms shall be lowered to the ground level, and the hook shall be secured to the specified position
when the crane is not in use.

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Crane shall be loaded in excess of the manufacturers stipulated rating. Lifting load for each crane
shall be controlled within 90 percent of the maximum lifting load. During the lifting work, the operator
shall be carefully supervised to prevent hasty lifting, prolonged suspension, and lifting beyond the
limit. Abrupt lifting and stopping shall be prohibited.
The cranes wire rope shall be rolled up entirely after the work is finished.

c.

Winch Work
The winch shall be installed on firm ground with a good view for the work. The area where the
winches installed shall have ample space for inspection and maintenance and be kept clean at all
times.
The winding drum diameter shall be 20 meter the diameter of the wire rope. The end of the wire shall
be fixed securely to the winding drum. Wire ropes shall be wound regularly on the wire rope to
prevent over winding.
The winch shall be installed secularly to prevent floating, slipping and vibrating. Foot brakes shall be
provided with adequate spacing from the ground to permit the brakes to be operated freely. Gears
shall be provided with a cover. The operating winch shall be located properly for convenient
operation. Winch motors shall be grounded. Winch work shall be performed under the direction of
signalman. When winch work is finished or suspended for a while, the power shall be switched off.
The winch operator shall not leave his position during winch operator.

d.

Rigging Work
Rigging work shall be performed under the direction of Rigger. The lifting weight shall be the total
weight of the equipment or materials, crane and lifting tackle.
Rope shall be of good quality, free from rust corrosion, and deformation. All wire ropes shall be
carefully for service prior to use. Wire rope shall be replaced when the following critical conditions
are observed.
1.

Quality of broken wires exceeds 20 percent of the total in one strand.

2.

Reduction in diameter exceeds 7 percent of the original.

Material shall be lifted adequately with wire rope/sling angle shall not exceed 60 degree. The
coefficient of safety for the main wire and other rigging shall be 6 or more than use.
Padding shall be provided at shaft edges of materials to be lifted to prevent the ropes and sling from
being damaged or cut.
A guy rope shall be placed above the center of gravity of the materials to be lifted.
When the center of gravity is in the upper half or not in the middle of the materials, special
precautions shall be taken to prevent swinging, slipping or failing.

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Working under lifted materials or riding on lifted materials shall be prohibited. Lifting ropes and sling
shall be removed after confirming that the lifted material is stable placed.

17.17. Electrical Safety


17.17.1. Electrical Equipment
All employees shall follow the following safety precautions when working with or around
electrical equipment within their control. Only qualified and authorized persons shall work on
electrical equipment and devices. All electrical equipment shall be properly grounded and/or
bonded.
The frames of portable electrical tools and construction shall be properly grounded. Inspect
electrical cords of portable electric tools before placing them in service. Electrical powered
tools and equipment showing worn and deteriorated or inadequate insulation or other parts
shall be tagged-out, remove from service and repaired or replaced. Use Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupters (GFCI) with all applicable portable electric tools. Do not wear rings, bracelet,
watches, etc. While working on electrical equipment.
De-energize electrical circuit before work begins. Use electrical lookout/tag out procedure.
Reconnect all grounding/bonding cables that were temporarily removed prior to energizing the
equipment.
All installation shall conform to OSHA, the National Electrical Code and any industry standards
specified by TSW.
Maintain all electrical equipment in the condition required its meet classified location. Do not
allow electrical shock hazards to be exposed. Label all high voltage equipment, such as
switchgear panels.
Introduction of electrical equipment or other electrical work that violates the hazard class of that
area (e.g. Class I, Division I or II) shall require specific authorization from the on-site supervisor
or designated authority.
When working on the ground or in an elevated position near overhead power lines. The
locations shall be such that the person and the longest conductive object the person may
contact cannot closer to an unguarded energized overhead line than the following distances.

For voltages to ground 50 kV or below 10 feet.

For voltages to ground over 50 kV 10 feet plus 4 inch every 10 kV over 50 kV.

17.17.2. Static Electricity

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Sparks generated by static electricity are potential sources of ignition around areas containing
flammable gases and flammable liquids. Individuals should be aware of conditions, which
increase the risk of static discharge. These include low relative humidity and blowing winds.

17.17.3. Electrical
17.17.4. Storm
Work on near metal tanks, separators, theaters, drilling rigs, well servicing rigs, or other such
facility during an electrical storm is prohibited. Beware of changing intensity of thunderstorms
and the potential for tornado. See appropriated shelter.

17.18. Ladders, Scaffolds and Platform


All ladders shall be inspected prior to use. Ladders in an unsafe condition shall not be used. Homemade
or improvised wooden ladders shall not used. Ladders shall not be painted as this may cover any
defects. Both feet should be kept on the ladder rungs and hips kept within ladders side rails to prevent
the ladder from sliding. Do not lean on the sides.
When climbing a ladder, carry tools in a belt or pocket, or raise and lower them by rope, basket, or sturdy
sack. Both hands shall be free for climbing. Always consider wind force when working on ladders. Only
one person at a time shall be on the ladder. Personnel should face the ladder when climbing or working
on it. Portable ladders shall be equipped with anti slip safety feet. Portable straight ladders are to be set
at the correct angle. The correct angle is obtained by butting the base of the ladder out from the support
a distance equal to the working height of the ladder. The working length runs from the bottom of the
ladders to the point where it is supported. Portable ladders shall be secured at the top. Another person
should steady the ladder if necessary.

When working on electrical equipment, use wooden ladders or ladders with fiberglass rails. All fixed
ladders shall be designed, constructed and installed in accordance with TSW engineering standards.
Fixed ladders exceeding 20 feet in height shall be caged in accordance with OSHA guidelines.
All scaffolding shall be erected in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910,28. Fall protection shall be used
when working 10 feet or more above the working surface.

17.18.1. General Requirement for Wood Pole Scaffolding


a.

Lumber

Scaffold lumber should be select grade as recognized by the lumber industry


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Lumber should be inspected for detective or damage pieces before and regularly
during use, and substandard pieces should be replaced.

b.

Splices

When poles are spliced, their ends should be squared and fit squarely together.

Splice plates should be at least 4 feet o inches in length and be the same width and
have at least the cross sectional area of the poles being spliced.

Spliced plates should be provided on two adjacent sides and should overlap the
abutted ends equally.

c.

Splice plates of other equivalent strength material may be used.

Nailing

Double-headed nails should not be used where projections create a hazard such as on
guardrails. Also lubricated, wax-coated nails are not permitted.

All nails should be 8d or greater, should be driven full length or to the first head of
double-headed nails, and should not be subjected to a straight pull.

d.

Ledgers

Ledgers should span pole space without splicing between poles.

Ledgers should be reinforced by bearing blocks securely nailed to the side of pole to
form a support for the ledger.

e.

Bearers

Bearers should be sent on edge and long enough to project over the ledger at least 3
inches for proper support.

f.

Full Diagonal Bracing

Full diagonal bracing should be installed across the entire face of scaffold in both
directions to prevent movement parallel to the building wall and buckling.

g.

Braces should be spliced only at the poles.

Cross Bracing

Cross bracing should be provided between the inner and outer sets of poles in
independent pole scaffolds. The free ends of pole scaffolds should be cross-braced.

h.

Height Limitations

A Civil Engineer registered within the appropriate jurisdiction should design wood
scaffold over 60 feet in height.

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Scaffolds should not be built beyond reach of effective fire fighting equipment.

Securing

All scaffolds should be securely guyed or tied to the building or structure.

Ties should be doubled 12-gage iron wire or equivalent and should not be more than
20 feet apart horizontally or vertically.

Heavy-duty scaffolds require ties every 15 feet horizontally or vertically.

17.19. Hot Work Guidelines


Hot work permits will be required for, but not limited to, the following jobs: Hot tapping, welding, flame
cutting or open flame heating in hazardous areas, as per OSHA 29 CFR 1910,251-255, i.e., locations
designated as No Smoking areas.
Employees shall not engage in that hot work without an approved hot work permit issued by TSW for the
work site.
Normally, the hot work permit will be task specific and since atmospheric conditions change, will require
testing of the atmosphere prior to work and at the start or each day.

17.20. Tools and Equipment


The use of defective and modified tools is strictly prohibited. Use the correct tool for the job. Make sure
tools are in good condition. Inspect them before each use. Insulated and ground properly all electric hand
tools. Keep the face of all hammers, chisels, punches, wedges and hammers wrenches smooth. Do not
use natural gas to drive pneumatics tools. Use only non-arcing, intrinsically safe electric tools approved
for use in classified areas.

18. HAZARD ASSESSMENT


The assessment of hazards & risk will be done before starting of hazardous activity on the project so as to take
adequate precaution to avoid any mishap. The hazard Identification will be prepared under the following
circumstances:

Areas of high risk on the project.

In areas of unexplored origin or areas which do not have adequate data.

Areas of work, which are in the Hazard Identified areas by the Company.

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All Health, Environmental and Safety hazards, which may be present during TSW activities, include:

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SAFETY

HEALTH

Fire.

Catering Problem.

Dropped objects/material handling.

Water problems.

Excavation collapse.

Animal/Insect bites, etc.

Pressure testing/high pressure.

Hygiene.

Incorrect use of tools.

Sanitation.

Unsafe driving of vehicles leading accident.

Noise.

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Failure of lifting gear (in case of any lifting


operation).
Accident due to equipment.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Oil Spills.
Atmospheric emission.
Hazardous and toxic
waste disposal.
Others.

Others.
Sickness.

Throughout the duration of the project, hazard identification techniques shall be utilized. Thoroughly assessing
each hazard and then implementing control measures shall manage hazard and risk identified from these
techniques.

18.1. Workplace Inspections


To identify potential hazard and to initiate corrective actions to ensure compliance with the project safety
management system the following workplace inspection shall be conducted.

18.2. Daily Inspections


Site Manager / Superintendent, HSE supervisor / officers and Supervisors shall at all times encourage
personnel to identify and correct hazards as a part of their normal duties wherever possible. Hazard report
forms shall be made available to all operational personnel. Where correction of an identified hazard is
outside the ability of the respective employee, or cannot be rectified immediately, the area affected by the
hazard is to be made with barricades and warning signs and reported to the supervisor, safety personnel
immediately for record and follow up. HSE officers shall conduct daily inspections at site and identify such
potential hazards and their corrective actions.

18.3. Weekly Inspections


Checklist are used to evaluate equipment, materials, procedures or a particular task, verify the status of
the system using a written list of items or procedural steps or indicate compliance to standards and
practices. The Site Manager / Superintendent and Supervisor responsible for the area and employee shall
conduct weekly inspections in each area.
18.4. Hazard Identification

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Hazard identification shall be conducted prior to commencement of construction for the reduction of
potential major hazards and the preparation of procedures. The objective being to ensure the risk
associated with constructions are as low as reasonably practicable.

19. HAZARD MATERIAL REGISTER


A Hazardous Material Register, which will contain Material Safety Data Sheets, will be maintained on the project
site for all hazardous materials. This register will be located in an accessible position to enable all personnel to
use it as reference.

19.1. Hazards Assessment and Preventive Measures

For activities, which are, considered Safety critical, a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) for the various tasks to
achieve activity shall be generated.

Work Site Supervisors are to use the relevant JSA as a guide to conduct toolbox meetings so that both
supervisors and workers may be equally aware of hazards identified and the control measures that
they need to implement.

19.2. Conformance Monitoring and Corrective Action Procedure


All Supervisors are to continuously monitor work activities to ensure that employees are conforming to
safe work practices. Praise for good safe work practices should be given as a mean to encourage
employee. Identified unsafe practices and nonconformance should be investigated and corrective action
taken.

19.3. Daily Site Safety Inspection


HSE officers/Inspectors shall conduct daily site safety inspections around all work areas and premises to
ensure that safe work methods are being employed and the sites are maintained to an acceptable
standard. The following are to form the common subjects of daily safety inspections :

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) compliance.

Complying with site safety rules.

Position and postures (access) of worker to work areas.

Use of tools and equipment by the workers.

The inspection should be carried out just when work starts in the beginning of the day, during peak
activities and just before the days work is over.

Availability of safety equipment such as communications, fire extinguishers, first aids boxes and
emergency transport.

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19.4. Hazard Control


For each identified hazard and assessment, TSW will stipulate following systems in place to prevent the
hazard from being realized and to minimize the consequences.

Specific construction safe working procedures.

Following TSW procedures.

Inspection of equipment.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

Local doctor with appropriates medical supplies.

Regular audits

Inspection of facilities e.g. catering, accommodation etc.