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C 10-06-2017 For Approval JMTI RAP ZSD

B 10-02-2017 For Approval JMTI RAP ZSD


A 05-04-2017 For Review JMTI RAP JZM
Rev Date DESCRIPTION MADE CHECKED APPR’D

Client

Katipunan Road, Balara, Quezon City, Philippines


Project

DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION OF PUTATAN WATER TREATMENT PLANT 2

Contractor

PMC Consultant

Key Plan

Method Statement: Modification of Intake


Structure

Project Discipline Issuing Document


Document Type Rev
Code Code Company Nº
PWTP2 IC PR CON 0026 C
Table of Contents
1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORKS ............................................................. 3

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS .......................................................................... 3

3. EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENT ...................................................................... 4

4. MATERIAL REQUIREMENT ......................................................................... 4

5. MANPOWER REQUIREMENT ...................................................................... 4

6. METHOD STATEMENT ................................................................................ 5

7. SURVEY AND INSPECTION ........................................................................ 5

8. SANDBAGGING AND OR CONCRETE BLOCKS PROTECTION ........................ 5

9. INSTALLATION OF FILTER CLOTH (TURBIDITY CURTAIN) ........................ 5

10. DEMOLITION OF EXISTING SLAB AND CONCRETE POST ......................... 6

11. REMOVAL OF SILT AND DEBRIS .............................................................. 6

12. INSTALLATION OF PRECAST PIER .......................................................... 7

13. DEWATERING WORKS............................................................................. 8

14. REBAR SCANNING .................................................................................. 8

15. TESTING OF IN PLACE CONCRETE ........................................................... 8

16. BOTTOM SLAB ......................................................................................... 9

16.1. DRILLING AND INSTALLATION OF DOWEL BARS ................................. 9

16.2. INSTALLION OF REBARS FOR BOTTOM SLAB AT END PIER AND INNER
PIER ............................................................................................................. 9

17. PLACING OF CONCRETE FOR BOTTOM SLAB AT END PIERS AND INNER
PIERS ......................................................................................................... 10

18. INSTALLATION OF TRANSLAB .............................................................. 11

19. CAST-IN-PLACE PORTION OF PIERS ..................................................... 11

19.1. INSTALLATION OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT ....................................... 12

19.2. FORMWORKS ..................................................................................... 12

19.3. CONCRETE POURING ......................................................................... 12

19.4. REMOVAL OF FORMS AND OR SHUTTERING ....................................... 13

19.5. CURING ............................................................................................. 13

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20. TOPPING SLAB ..................................................................................... 13

20.1. INSTALLATION OF REBARS AND SIDEFORMS FOR TOPPING SLAB ..... 13

20.2. CONCRETE WORKS FOR TOPPING SLAB ............................................. 13

20.3. CURING ............................................................................................. 14

21. SAFETY/ SECURITY REQUIREMENT ...................................................... 14

21.1. SAFE WORK PRACTICES ..................................................................... 14

21.2. JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS ..................................................................... 15

21.3. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) REQUIREMENT ............... 42

22. ANNEX A: KEY PLAN ............................................................................. 44

23. ANNEX B: CERTIFICATION OF HEAVY EQUIPMENTS, OPERATORS &


RIGGERS..................................................................................................... 45

24. ANNEX C: SAFETY PROCEDURE FOR COMMERCIAL DIVING OPERATIONS


................................................................................................................... 46

25. ANNEX D: COMMERCIAL LIST OF DIVING EQUIPMENT ......................... 47

26. ANNEX E: DIVING PERSONNEL REGISTRATION .................................... 48

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1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF WORKS

This method statement aim to provide information about the demolition works of the existing intake
structure and the construction of the new structure to be undertaken.

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

1. Standard Specifications for Highways, Bridges and Airport, 2013 Ed.


2. ASTM A706 “Standard Specification for Low Alloy Steel Deformed and Plain Bars for Concrete
Reinforcement”
3. ASTM C805 Standard Test Method for Rebound Number of Hardened Concrete
4. ASTM C42 Standard Test Method for Obtaining and Testing Drilled Cores and Sawed Beams of
Concrete
5. ACI 228.1R-03 In-Place Methods to Estimate Concrete Strength
6. PWTP2-SS-PN-CON-0001 Health, Safety and Environment Plan

Fig. 1.0 Key Plan

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3. EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENT

The following equipment shall be arranged before starting the work:


1 unit Survey Instruments
1 unit Instrument for Rebar Scanning
1 unit Mobile Crane
3 units Immersion Vibrators
1 unit Concrete Pumps
3 units Transit Mixer Trucks
1 unit Jackhammer with compressor
1 unit Dewatering pump
1 unit 4” Suction Pump with discharge pipes
1 lot All necessary hand tolos
1 lot Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
1 lot Listed Commercial Diving Equipment (Refer to Annex D)

4. MATERIAL REQUIREMENT

The following materials shall be arranged prior to the implementation of works.


1. Structural Concrete
2. Reinforcing Steel Bars
3. Forms for Formworks construction
4. Scaffolding
5. Bonding Agent
6. 25mm diam. Grout hose
7. HILTI Hit RE 500 epoxy mortar

5. MANPOWER REQUIREMENT

The following personnel shall be present at site during the implementation of the works:
1 QC Engineer
2 Technician administering the coring/ rebar scanning
1 Project Engineer
7 Commercial Divers
2 Safety Officer
1 Surveyor
1 Mobile Crane Operator
3 Truck Driver
1 Construction Foreman
8 Skilled Labor
4 Unskilled Labor

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6. METHOD STATEMENT

This method statement aims to describe the work procedure and methods to be adopted in the demolition
of the existing structure and the construction of the new intake structure.

Fig. 2.0 Detail of Intake Structure

7. SURVEY AND INSPECTION

A team of divers will go down under water to do the survey and inspection of thickness of silt and
debris to be remove at intake structure estimated 20 meters long.

8. SANDBAGGING AND OR CONCRETE BLOCKS PROTECTION

Concrete with filter cloth and sandbags will be installed to prevent inflow of silt during removal
and construction of intake gate. Two layers of precast concrete blocks will be place about to 1.5
– 1.8m then followed by the stacking of sandbags up to 20 cm high to serve as barrier.

9. INSTALLATION OF FILTER CLOTH (TURBIDITY CURTAIN)

Prior to start of demolition works a filter cloth shall be installed in line with the steel frame in a location as
shown in the photo to control the turbidity of water.

The turbidity curtain shall consist of steel frame, fish net and filter cloth capable of withstanding fast moving
waves. The turbidity curtain shall be clean at least twice a week or as necessary when the rate of flow through
the channel had been reduced.

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Fig. 3.0 Installation of Filter Materials for Turbidity Curtain

10. DEMOLITION OF EXISTING SLAB AND CONCRETE POST

Starting at the first segment, steel railings and screen shall be carefully removed and all precaution shall be
employed to avoid breakage. Mark the surface of the existing slab to be demolish. Using jackhammer with
compressor, start breaking the existing slab and disposed all debris in designated area.

Start breaking the both ends of existing slab to expose the rebars. Then cut the center wall under the existing
slab using underwater chipping hammer.

Lift the concrete slab as a whole using a crane and transport it off the site.

These procedure shall be repeated in execution of the second segment.

11. REMOVAL OF SILT AND DEBRIS

Start removing silt and debris using 4” diameter suction pump system on top of the floater. Suction hose end
will be handled by divers to suck silt and mud manually. The discharge pipe will be installed to a length of
about 200 meters from the area. A sump pit of about 5 meters will be provided at the discharge area by the
backhoe.

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Fig. 4.1 Schematic Diagram of Desilting and Removal of Debris

Fig. 4.2 Schematic Diagram of Desilting and Removal of Debris

12. INSTALLATION OF PRECAST PIER

Prior to the installation of precast, an underwater survey and inspection will be carried out to determine the
level of the area to receive the precast structure.

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The mobile crane shall be position in such a manner that it can easily lift and install the precast end pier and
inner pier simultaneously in their location. The survey shall check the accuracy of the setting out of the precast
piers during installation.

Start the installation of the precast piers with attached rubber sealer at its bottom place all throughout the
perimeter the precast structure to prevent seepage of water when it place on the existing slab. In addition, an
underwater sealant will be applied all throughout the perimeter of the installed precast pier to sealed the
interface between the precast pier and the existing slab to be watertight.

The gaps created in between the precast pier and the existing slab shall be sealed by permanent sealant.

These procedure shall be repeated in execution of the second segment.

Fig. 5.0 Schematic Detail of Precast Piers

13. DEWATERING WORKS

Provide water pump to drain the water in the working area continuously until a dry work environment is
observed.

These procedure shall be repeated in execution of the second segment.

14. REBAR SCANNING

The areas where the precast piers will be placed shall be subject for rebar scanning to locate the steel
reinforcement in the existing slab.

15. TESTING OF IN PLACE CONCRETE

Cores sample shall be obtained in accordance to the standard prescribed in ASTM C42 Standard Test Method
for Obtaining and Testing Drilled Cores and Sawed Beams of Concrete. There are two samples taken out of
the six location with different rebound numbers and shall be tested for its compressive strength determination.

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16. BOTTOM SLAB

16.1. DRILLING AND INSTALLATION OF DOWEL BARS

Layout and mark the location of the dowel bars and to be drilled in the existing slab. Drilled a 20mm
diameter hole to a minimum depth of 250mm. Removed dirt or laitance from the drilled holes using
compressor before the dowel bars are installed. The dowel bar hole shall be filled with injectable
adhesives prior to the installation of dowel bars. Dowel bar may be coated with epoxy coating to minimize
corrosion prior to installation in the event of prolonged exposure to the environment. Install the dowel
bars with HILTI Hit RE 500 epoxy mortar for rebar connection.

These procedure shall be repeated in execution of the second segment.

16.2. INSTALLION OF REBARS FOR BOTTOM SLAB AT END PIER AND INNER PIER

All Steel reinforcement shall be adequately placed in the position shown on the Plans and firmly held there
during placing and setting of the concrete. Bars shall be tied at all intersections. Ties shall be fastened on the
inside. Distance from the forms shall be maintained by means of precast mortar blocks so that it does not vary
from the position indicated on the Plans by more than 6mm.

All steel reinforcement shall conform to requirements specified in the ASTM A706 entitled “Standard
Specification for Low Alloy Steel Deformed and Plain Bars for Concrete Reinforcement”

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Fig. 6.0 Plan showing the access of the workers within the piers

17. PLACING OF CONCRETE FOR BOTTOM SLAB AT END PIERS AND INNER PIERS

Prior to placing of structural concrete, the surveyor shall mark the top elevation of the slab. Scaffolding shall
be provided as access of the working personnel.

The concrete surface at the walls of piers to be in contact with the new concrete shall be roughened to provide
mechanical key. Prior to application of bonding agent, the concrete surface shall be clean, free from oil, rust,
dirt and or efflorescence. The concrete shall also be dampened to reduce drag on the brush or roller prior to
application of bonding agent to reduce excessive absorptions. The bonding agent shall be applied at the
prepared concrete surface by brush using a stippling action rather than a painting action and ensuring the
surface is completely covered. Care shall be taken not to over apply as this may cause high build application
to slip. However satisfactory bond can be achieved up to 15 min. after application.

Concrete shall be deposited in such a manner to require minimal re-handling. The concrete shall be unloaded
and spread manually in such a manner as to prevent segregation.

Concrete shall be conveyed using elephant trunk, pumping the concrete and spread out to the desired areas.
Concrete shall be evenly spread in layers and thoroughly consolidated against and along the faces of all forms
by means of immersion or needle vibrator. For safety purposes, workmen shall not be allowed to walk in the
freshly mixed concrete with boots or shoes coated with earth or foreign substances. In no case shall the
vibrator be operated longer than fifteen (15) seconds in any one location.

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Fig. 7.0 Detail of Precast Piers with Bottom Slab

18. INSTALLATION OF TRANSLAB

The mobile crane hall be position near the location area in such a manner that it can easily lift and install the
translab in their location.

These procedure shall be repeated in execution of the second segment.

19. CAST-IN-PLACE PORTION OF PIERS

Fig. 8.0 Detail of Cast-in-place portion of Piers

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19.1. INSTALLATION OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT

All Steel reinforcement shall be adequately placed in the position shown on the Plans and firmly held there
during placing and setting of the concrete. Bars shall be tied at all intersections. Ties shall be fastened on the
inside. Distance from the forms shall be maintained by means of precast mortar blocks so that it does not vary
from the position indicated on the Plans by more than 6mm.

All steel reinforcement shall conform to requirements specified in the ASTM A706 entitled “Standard
Specification for Low Alloy Steel Deformed and Plain Bars for Concrete Reinforcement”

19.2. FORMWORKS

Materials for formworks shall be visually inspected for straightness, finish and defects prior to use. Setting out
shall be carried out by the surveyor prior to proceeding with the formworks construction.

Prior to commencement of works, confirm and establish all reference points and levels.

Formworks shall support the loads imposed on them by the fresh concrete together with additional stresses
imposed by vibrating equipment and construction traffic. Prior to fixing of forms the area shall be roughened
to provide mechanical key to the new concrete. Installed the swellable waterstop in a location as shown in the
Plan.

Formworks shall be place and fixed in conformance to the Plans. Care shall be carried out to ensure that any
formwork system is installed and supported correctly when applied on site conditions may vary,

19.3. CONCRETE POURING

Prior to placing of structural concrete, the surveyor shall mark the top elevation of the walls. Scaffolding shall
be provided as access of the working personnel.

The concrete surface shall be dampened to reduce drag on the brush or roller prior to application of bonding
agent to reduce excessive absorptions. The bonding agent shall be applied at the prepared concrete surface
by brush using a stippling action rather than a painting action and ensuring the surface is completely covered.
Bonding agent will also poured onto the existing wall of the channel prior to concrete pouring. Care shall be
taken not to over apply as this may cause high build application to slip. However satisfactory bond can be
achieved up to 15 min. after application.

Concrete shall be deposited to its location in such a manner to require minimal re-handling. The concrete shall
be unloaded and spread manually in such a manner as to prevent segregation.

Concrete shall be conveyed using elephant trunk, pumping the concrete and spread out to the desired areas.
Concrete shall be evenly spread in layers and thoroughly consolidated against and along the faces of all forms
by means of immersion or needle vibrator. For safety purposes, workmen shall not be allowed to walk in the
freshly mixed concrete with boots or shoes coated with earth or foreign substances. In no case shall the
vibrator be operated longer than fifteen (15) seconds in any one location.

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19.4. REMOVAL OF FORMS AND OR SHUTTERING

Formworks shall be removed after the concrete has gained sufficient strength as specified. The period of time
elapsing between the placing of concrete and removal of forms shall be approved by the Consultant after
consideration of the loads likely to be imposed on the concrete. Cares hall be taken in removal of forms to
avoid shock or disturbances to concrete.

19.5. CURING

Immediately after the finishing operations have been completed and the concrete has sufficiently set, the
entire surface of the newly placed concrete shall be entirely covered with Burlap Mats. The mats used shall
be of such length (or width) that as laid they will extend at least twice the thickness of the concrete. The mats
shall be placed so that the entire surface and the edges of the concrete are completely covered. The mat shall
be maintained fully wetted and in position for 72 hours after the concrete has been placed unless otherwise
specified.

20. TOPPING SLAB

20.1. INSTALLATION OF REBARS AND SIDEFORMS FOR TOPPING SLAB

Formworks for top slab shall be erected using conventional scaffold framing and timber combination. Side
forms shall conforms to the shape as shown in the Plan. Soffit form shall be supported on underfloor. Shoring
for shuttering shall be of approved material and size that can support the construction traffic. Each of the
connection of scaffolding shall be fix and check for vertical stability. The surveyor shall check the level and
coordinates of slab. Adjustment for level shall be carried out with drop head. The area shall be clean prior to
rebar Works.

All Steel reinforcement for topping slab shall be adequately placed in the position shown on the Plans and
firmly held there during placing and setting of the concrete. Bars shall be tied at all intersections. Ties shall be
fastened on the inside. Distance from the forms shall be maintained by means of precast mortar blocks so
that it does not vary from the position indicated on the Plans by more than 6mm. All steel reinforcement shall
conform to requirements specified in the ASTM A615 entitled “Standard Specification for Deformed and Plain
Carbon-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement” and ASTM A706 entitled “Standard Specification for Low
Alloy Steel Deformed and Plain Bars for Concrete Reinforcement”

20.2. CONCRETE WORKS FOR TOPPING SLAB

Prior to placing of structural concrete, the surveyor shall mark the top elevation of the slab. The surface to
receive the concrete shall be structurally sound, clean and free from dust, dirt, oil and efflorescence. The
concrete surface shall be dampened to reduce drag on the brush or roller prior to application of bonding agent
to reduce excessive absorptions. Smooth concrete surface shall be mechanically roughened e.g. by
scrubbing, needle gun or sandblasting to provide a mechanical key. The bonding agent shall be applied at
the prepared concrete surface by brush using a stippling action rather than a painting action and ensuring the
surface is completely covered. Care shall be taken not to over apply as this may cause high build application
to slip. However satisfactory bond can be achieved up to 15 min. after application.

Concrete shall be deposited in such a manner to require minimal re-handling. Concrete shall be unloaded and
spread, manually in such a manner as to prevent segregation.

Concrete shall be conveyed using elephant trunk, pumping the concrete and spread out to the desired areas.
Concrete shall be evenly spread in layers and thoroughly consolidated against and along the faces of all forms

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by means of immersion or needle vibrator. For safety purposes, workmen shall not be allowed to walk in the
freshly mixed concrete with boots or shoes coated with earth or foreign substances. In no case shall the
vibrator be operated longer than fifteen (15) seconds in any one location.

These procedure shall be repeated in execution of the second segment.

20.3. CURING

Immediately after the finishing operations have been completed and the concrete has sufficiently set, the
entire surface of the newly placed concrete shall be entirely covered with Burlap Mats. The mats used shall
be of such length (or width) that as laid they will extend at least twice the thickness of the concrete. The mats
shall be placed so that the entire surface and the edges of the concrete are completely covered. The mat shall
be maintained fully wetted and in position for 72 hours after the concrete has been placed unless otherwise
specified.

21. SAFETY/ SECURITY REQUIREMENT

21.1. Safe Work Practices

1. The building or structure to be demolished and all its components should be maintained in a safe
and structurally stable condition so as to prevent the unexpected collapse of part or all the structure.
Temporary braces, propping, shoring or guys may need to be added to ensure that stability of the
structure is maintained.

2. Adjoining properties and structures also need to be considered, as do the existence of easements,
right of way, boundary walls and other encumbrances.

3. To protect workers undertaking demolition activities, exclusion zones should be considered to


prevent unauthorised personnel entering work areas.

4. Debris should be progressively removed to prevent any build up that could affect the integrity of a
suspended floor of the building or structure, affect workplace access and egress, become a fire
hazard, or cause a health and safety hazard.

5. Training specific to the demolition work and to the site should also be provided to workers by a
competent person. A competent person is a person who has acquired through training, qualification
or experience the knowledge and skills to carry out the task.

6. Please refer to AJF's H&S Plan for further details of relevant safe work procedures that should be
followed during the demolition of old and construction of new intake structure

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21.2. JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS

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CONSORTIUM
1.0 SURVEY AND INSPECTION
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
2.0 SANDBAGGING AND OR CONCRETE BLOCKS PROTECTION
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Discuss in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
Discuss during Safety instructions
Drowning;
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
Hypothermia;
provisions on Meeting with all the
Working under, deseases
working on or near personnel involved.
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
bodies of water as Wearing of
water submerged to
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
contaminated/poll
Safety Procedure for Availability of
uted water
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline

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operation written on if needed .Stand-
this MS. Availability by First
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Safety instructions
during Toolbox
Meeting with all the
personnel involved.
Wearing of
prescribe PPE's
Hit By / Struck Provide proper
with lifevest and
by lifted isolation/barricading
lifeline if needed
load/materials, Physical injury / of the work area.
4 4 16 1 4 4 .Stand-by First
Caught in Property damage Install appropriate
Aider/Nurse, Site
between from signages for the
Medical Facility /
moving objects ongoing activities.
Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
3.0 INSTALLATION OF FILTER CLOTH (TURBIDITY CLOTH)
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Discuss in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
Follow designated
Work area should be
access ways; Wear
properly illuminated
proper PPE: Safety
(sufficient lighting);
shoes, Hard hat,
Work and access
Sprain, bruises, Maong pants,
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept 1 3 3
fractures Cotton long
clean from debris, oil
sleeves; Practice
and grease, and
proper house
unnecessary tools
keeping; Install
and materials
sufficient lighting

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on work area,
access ways and
emergency
facilities

Discuss during Safety instructions


toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Safety instructions
during Toolbox
Meeting with all the
personnel involved.
Wearing of
prescribe PPE's
Hit By / Struck Provide proper
with lifevest and
by lifted isolation/barricading
lifeline if needed
load/materials, Physical injury / of the work area.
4 4 16 1 4 4 .Stand-by First
Caught in Property damage Install appropriate
Aider/Nurse, Site
between from signages for the
Medical Facility /
moving objects ongoing activities.
Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
General
Housekeeping.
Stand-by First
Protruding Rebars Aider / Site Medical
and sharp edges Facility / Immediate
Physical Injury ie. should be properly coordination with
Protruding Cuts, lacerations, covered and marked the accredited
3 3 9 1 3 3
Sharp Edges abrasions and with high visibility Hospital. /
punctures caution tape. Tiewire Emergency
ends should be Response Plan.
properly bended

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4.0 DEMOLITION OF EXISTING SLAB AND CONCRETE POST
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
Follow designated
access ways; Wear
proper PPE: Safety
Work area should be
shoes, Hard hat,
properly illuminated
Maong pants,
(sufficient lighting);
Cotton long
Work and access
Sprain, bruises, sleeves; Practice
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept 1 3 3
fractures proper house
clean from debris, oil
keeping; Install
and grease, and
sufficient lighting
unnecessary tools
on work area,
and materials
access ways and
emergency
facilities
Coordinate with the
Barangay Officials
and nearby
residents on the
Coordinate with
planned activity.
Meralco for further
Secure necessary
action prior operation
Crane boom permits. Stand by
Explosion / Fire / if needed. Signal
hitting Flagman. Stand-by
Property damage 3 4 12 man to assist 1 4 4
transmission First Aider / Site
/ Physical Injury operator. Isolate the
line Medical Facility /
area by barricades.
Immediate
Appropriate signage
coordination with
for the activity.
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Hearing loss due Safety signages to Coordination with
to prolong warn people of the Local leaders and
Un acceptable
exposure to ongoing activities. residents for the
Level of Noise 3 3 9 1 3 3
unacceptable Scheduling of works, activities. If
and Vibration
level of noise most works should applicable, photos
(>85dB). be done at daytime, if to be taken around

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possible. Isolate work the area for record
Property area by barricading purposes in case
damaged to of claims. Stand-by
nearby residents. First Aider / Site
Medical Facility /
Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. Hearing
Protection (i.e. Ear
muffs and ear
plugs) in addition
to basic PPE
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 1 4 4 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Hit By / Struck Provide proper Safety instructions
by lifted isolation/barricading during Toolbox
load/materials, Physical injury / of the work area. Meeting with all the
4 4 16 1 4 4
Caught in Property damage Install appropriate personnel involved.
between from signages for the Wearing of
moving objects ongoing activities. prescribe PPE's

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 19
with lifevest and
lifeline if needed
.Stand-by First
Aider/Nurse, Site
Medical Facility /
Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
5.0 REMOVAL OF SILT AND DEBRIS
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Coordination with
Local leaders and
residents for the
activities. If
applicable, photos
Hearing loss due
to be taken around
to prolong Safety signages to
the area for record
exposure to warn people of the
purposes in case
unacceptable ongoing activities.
Un acceptable of claims. Stand-by
level of noise Scheduling of works,
Level of Noise 3 3 9 1 3 3 First Aider / Site
(>85dB). most works should
and Vibration Medical Facility /
be done at daytime, if
Immediate
Property possible. Isolate work
coordination with
damaged to area by barricading
the accredited
nearby residents.
Hospital. Hearing
Protection (i.e. Ear
muffs and ear
plugs) in addition
to basic PPE
Safety instructions
Hit By / Struck Provide proper
during Toolbox
by lifted Physical injury / isolation/barricading
4 4 16 1 4 4 Meeting with all the
load/materials, Property damage of the work area.
personnel involved.
Caught in Install appropriate
Wearing of

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 20
between from signages for the prescribe PPE's
moving objects ongoing activities. with lifevest and
lifeline if needed
.Stand-by First
Aider/Nurse, Site
Medical Facility /
Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
6.0 INSTALLATION OF PRECAST PIER
General
Protruding Rebars Housekeeping.
and sharp edges Stand-by First
Physical Injury ie. should be properly Aider / Site Medical
Protruding Cuts, lacerations, covered and marked Facility / Immediate
3 3 9 1 3 3
Sharp Edges abrasions and with high visibility coordination with
punctures caution tape. Tiewire the accredited
ends should be Hospital. /
properly bended. Emergency
Response Plan.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
Provide proper toolbox meeting.
isolation/barricading Secure work permit
Hit By / Struck
of the work area. for the crane
by lifted
Install appropriate operation. Wear
load/materials, Physical injury /
4 4 16 signages for the 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
Caught in Property damage
ongoing activities. Stand-by First
between from
Certified equipment Aider / Site Medical
moving objects
and operator and Facility / Immediate
rigger. coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Safe Work
Schedule of machine
Delay of work Instruction by the
and equipment
schedule due to 3 3 9 1 3 3 immediate
maintenance/daily
equipment failure. supervisor during
inspection checklist.
Machine / toolbox meeting.
equipment Stand by
Signal man to assist
failure Equipment electrician / Stand-
operator. Isolate the
damaged due to by Mechanic /
3 4 12 area by barricades. 1 4 4
accidental Standby firefighting
Appropriate signage
collision equipment in case
for the activity
of fire.

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 21
Coordinate with the
Barangay Officials
and nearby
residents on the
Coordinate with
planned activity.
Meralco for further
Secure necessary
action prior operation
Crane boom permits. Stand by
Explosion / Fire / if needed. Signal
hitting Flagman. Stand-by
Property damage 3 4 12 man to assist 1 4 4
transmission First Aider / Site
/ Physical Injury operator. Isolate the
line Medical Facility /
area by barricades.
Immediate
Appropriate signage
coordination with
for the activity.
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Lighting Facility must
Slip, Trips, be prepared and Make sure that
Personnel being installed before the there is a stand by
struck by, jobstart, provide electrician and
Inadequate Personnel being sufficient lighting. spare generator /
Illumination strucked against, Regular inspection of Stand-by First
3 3 9 1 3 3
during night Personnel being lighting fixtures, Aider / Site Medical
work activities caught in between wires, cables and Facility / Immediate
causing bodily electrical coordination with
injury or property connectors.If the accredited
damage possible, schedule all Hospital.
task during daytime.
Regular inspection Toolbox Meeting /
Personnel falling
and tagging of Planning /
from elevated
Scaffoldings and discussion of
level resulting to
competent erectors working at heights
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 will be utilize in case 2 3 6 and proper wearing
heights contusions,
of working at heights of Full body
sprains and
activity. Use of ladder harness. Stand-by
bruises and even
if needed.Secure Fall First Aider / Site
death.
protection ie. full Medical Facility /

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 22
body harness and life Immediate
line. coordination with
the accredited
Hospital.

Discuss during Safety instructions


toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, Deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
7.0 DEWATERING WORKS
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Follow designated
Work area should be access ways; Wear
properly illuminated proper PPE: Safety
(sufficient lighting); shoes, Hard hat,
Work and access Maong pants,
Sprain, bruises,
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept 1 3 3 Cotton long
fractures
clean from debris, oil sleeves; Practice
and grease, and proper house
unnecessary tools keeping; Install
and materials sufficient lighting
on work area,

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 23
access ways and
emergency
facilities

Use lifting tools


and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
8.0 REBAR SCANNING
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.
Follow designated
access ways; Wear
proper PPE: Safety
Work area should be
shoes, Hard hat,
properly illuminated
Maong pants,
(sufficient lighting);
Cotton long
Work and access
Sprain, bruises, sleeves; Practice
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept 1 3 3
fractures proper house
clean from debris, oil
keeping; Install
and grease, and
sufficient lighting
unnecessary tools
on work area,
and materials
access ways and
emergency
facilities

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 24
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Adequate number
of emergency
access ladders
should be installed
inside the
Check and identify tank/confimed
confined space; space; Gas test
Monitor works inside work area prior to
confined space; Limit commence of
works inside confined work; Provide
Suffocation;
Confined space space; Work area blowers for
Unconsciousness; 4 5 20 1 5 5
entry should be properly adequate air
Fatality
illuminated (sufficient exchange and
lighting); Check for respirators (if
presence of toxic necessary);
gases (if any) and Attendant - entrant
oxygen level. system should be
followed; ERP
should be
established first
prior to commence
of work.
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
Educate workers on manpower when
proper lifting lifting heavy
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and objects; Conduct in
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide safety toolbox
Ergonomics
lifting tools and meetings the
equipment proper lifting
procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 25
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles

9.0 TESTING OF IN PLACE CONCRETE


Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.
Follow designated
access ways; Wear
proper PPE: Safety
Work area should be
shoes, Hard hat,
properly illuminated
Maong pants,
(sufficient lighting);
Cotton long
Work and access
Sprain, bruises, sleeves; Practice
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept 1 3 3
fractures proper house
clean from debris, oil
keeping; Install
and grease, and
sufficient lighting
unnecessary tools
on work area,
and materials
access ways and
emergency
facilities
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 26
Adequate number
of emergency
access ladders
should be installed
inside the
Check and identify tank/confimed
confined space; space; Gas test
Monitor works inside work area prior to
confined space; Limit commence of
works inside confined work; Provide
Suffocation;
Confined space space; Work area blowers for
Unconsciousness; 4 5 20 1 5 5
entry should be properly adequate air
Fatality
illuminated (sufficient exchange and
lighting); Check for respirators (if
presence of toxic necessary);
gases (if any) and Attendant - entrant
oxygen level system should be
followed; ERP
should be
established first
prior to commence
of work.
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
10.0 DRILLING AND INSTALLATION OF DOWEL BARS
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
Drowning;
bodies of water as Wearing of
Hypothermia;
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Working under, deseases
Safety Procedure for Availability of
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
water submerged to
operation written on if needed .Stand-
contaminated/poll
this MS. Availability by First
uted water
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 27
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.

Use lifting tools


and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
Coordination with
Local leaders and
residents for the
activities. If
applicable, photos
Hearing loss due
to be taken around
to prolong Safety signages to
the area for record
exposure to warn people of the
purposes in case
unacceptable ongoing activities.
Unacceptable of claims. Stand-by
level of noise Scheduling of works,
Level of Noise 3 3 9 1 3 3 First Aider / Site
(>85dB). most works should
and Vibration Medical Facility /
be done at daytime, if
Immediate
Property possible. Isolate work
coordination with
damaged to area by barricading
the accredited
nearby residents.
Hospital. Hearing
Protection (i.e. Ear
muffs and ear
plugs) in addition
to basic PPE
Protruding Rebars General
and sharp edges Housekeeping.
Physical Injury ie. should be properly Stand-by First
Protruding Cuts, lacerations, covered and marked Aider / Site Medical
3 3 9 1 3 3
Sharp Edges abrasions and with high visibility Facility / Immediate
punctures caution tape. Tiewire coordination with
ends should be the accredited
properly bended Hospital. / Emerge
Use of Water Toolbox Meeting /
Reduced / Loss of Sprinkler for dust Planning / General
Dust / Flying
Eyesight due to 3 3 9 mitigation. 1 3 3 Housekeeping.
debris
Eye Injuries. Construction of wash Use of appropriate
bay area for tire PPE's especially

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 28
cleaning of Goggles and Dust
dumptrucks. mask. Stand-by
First Aider / Site
Medical Facility /
Immediate
Provide proper coordination with
isolation/barricading the accredited
Struck by, hit by
of the work area. Hospital. /
flying debris
Install appropriate Emergency
resulting to 3 4 12 1 4 4
signages for the Response Plan.
physical injury /
ongoing activities. First aid kit with
property damage
Install canopy/safety Eyewash bottle.
net if needed.
Adequate number
of emergency
access ladders
should be installed
inside the
Check and identify tank/confimed
confined space; space; Gas test
Monitor works inside work area prior to
confined space; Limit commence of
works inside confined work; Provide
Suffocation;
Confined space space; Work area blowers for
Unconsciousness; 4 5 20 1 5 5
entry should be properly adequate air
Fatality
illuminated (sufficient exchange and
lighting); Check for respirators (if
presence of toxic necessary);
gases (if any) and Attendant - entrant
oxygen level. system should be
followed; ERP
should be
established first
prior to commence
of work.
11.0 NSTALLION OF REBARS FOR SLAB AT END PIER AND INNER PIER
General
Protruding Rebars Housekeeping.
and sharp edges Stand-by First
Physical Injury ie. should be properly Aider / Site Medical
Protruding Cuts, lacerations, covered and marked Facility / Immediate
3 3 9 1 3 3
Sharp Edges abrasions and with high visibility coordination with
punctures caution tape. Tiewire the accredited
ends should be Hospital. /
properly bended. Emergency
Response Plan.
Slip, Trips, Lighting Facility must Make sure that
Personnel being be prepared and there is a stand by
Inadequate struck by, installed before the electrician and
Illumination Personnel being jobstart, provide spare generator /
3 3 9 1 3 3
during night strucked against, sufficient lighting. Stand-by First
work activities Personnel being Regular inspection of Aider / Site Medical
caught in between lighting fixtures, Facility / Immediate
causing bodily wires, cables and coordination with

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 29
injury or property electrical the accredited
damage connectors.If Hospital.
possible, schedule all
task during daytime.

Discuss during Safety instructions


toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, Deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.
12.0 PLACING OF CONCRETE FOR SLAB AT END PIERS AND INNER PIERS

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 30
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.
General
Protruding Rebars Housekeeping.
and sharp edges Stand-by First
Physical Injury ie. should be properly Aider / Site Medical
Protruding Cuts, lacerations, covered and marked Facility / Immediate
3 3 9 1 3 3
Sharp Edges abrasions and with high visibility coordination with
punctures caution tape. Tiewire the accredited
ends should be Hospital. /
properly bended. Emergency
Response Plan.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Lighting Facility must
Slip, Trips, be prepared and Make sure that
Personnel being installed before the there is a stand by
struck by, jobstart, provide electrician and
Inadequate Personnel being sufficient lighting. spare generator /
Illumination strucked against, Regular inspection of Stand-by First
3 3 9 1 3 3
during night Personnel being lighting fixtures, Aider / Site Medical
work activities caught in between wires, cables and Facility / Immediate
causing bodily electrical coordination with
injury or property connectors.If the accredited
damage possible, schedule all Hospital.
task during daytime.

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 31
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, Deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
13.0 INSTALLATION OF TRANSLAB
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 32
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
Provide proper toolbox meeting.
isolation/barricading Secure work permit
Hit By / Struck
of the work area. for the crane
by lifted
Install appropriate operation. Wear
load/materials, Physical injury /
4 4 16 signages for the 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
Caught in Property damage
ongoing activities. Stand-by First
between from
Certified equipment Aider / Site Medical
moving objects
and operator and Facility / Immediate
rigger. coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, Deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Coordinate with Coordinate with the
Crane boom Meralco for further Barangay Officials
Explosion / Fire /
hitting action prior operation and nearby
Property damage 3 4 12 1 4 4
transmission if needed. Signal residents on the
/ Physical Injury
line man to assist planned activity.
operator. Isolate the Secure necessary

DCPWTP-2
MS-026 33
area by barricades. permits. Stand by
Appropriate signage Flagman. Stand-by
for the activity. First Aider / Site
Medical Facility /
Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 6 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
14.0 INSTALLATION OF REBARS AND SIDEFORMS FOR TOPPING SLAB
Educate workers on
proper lifting
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide
Ergonomics
lifting tools and
equipment
Regular inspection
and tagging of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and
from elevated
competent erectors
level resulting to
will be utilize in case
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall
bruises and even
protection ie. full
death.
body harness and life
line.
Provide proper
Hit By / Struck
isolation/barricading
by lifted
of the work area.
load/materials, Physical injury /
4 4 16 Install appropriate 2 4 8
Caught in Property damage
signages for the
between from
ongoing activities.
moving objects
Certified equipment

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and operator and
rigger.

Signal man to assist


operator. Isolate the
Collapsed of Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 8
formworks Property damage
Appropriate signage
for the activity.
Toolbox Meeting /
Planning. Wear
appropriate PPEs
Provide proper on the working
Collapsed of Physical injury / isolation/barricading area, workers
4 4 16 2 3 6
formworks Property damage of the work area and should not stay
signages. near the operation
area. Stand by
electrician / Stand-
by Mechanic
Coordinate with the
Barangay Officials
and nearby
residents on the
Coordinate with
planned activity.
Meralco for further
Secure necessary
action prior operation
Crane boom permits. Stand by
Explosion / Fire / if needed. Signal
hitting Flagman. Stand-by
Property damage 3 4 `1 man to assist 1 4 4
transmission First Aider / Site
/ Physical Injury operator. Isolate the
line Medical Facility /
area by barricades.
Immediate
Appropriate signage
coordination with
for the activity.
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
General
Protruding Rebars Housekeeping.
and sharp edges Stand-by First
Physical Injury ie. should be properly Aider / Site Medical
Protruding Cuts, lacerations, covered and marked Facility / Immediate
3 3 9 1 3 3
Sharp Edges abrasions and with high visibility coordination with
punctures caution tape. Tiewire the accredited
ends should be Hospital. /
properly bended. Emergency
Response Plan.
Follow designated
Work area should be
access ways; Wear
properly illuminated
proper PPE: Safety
(sufficient lighting);
Sprain, bruises, shoes, Hard hat,
Slip and trip 3 3 9 Work and access 1 5 5
fractures Maong pants,
area should be kept
Cotton long
clean from debris, oil
sleeves; Practice
and grease, and
proper house

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unnecessary tools keeping; Install
and materials sufficient lighting
on work area,
access ways and
emergency
facilities
15.0 CONCRETE WORKS FOR TOPPING SLAB
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, Deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
Provide proper toolbox meeting.
isolation/barricading Secure work permit
Hit By / Struck
of the work area. for the crane
by lifted
Install appropriate operation. Wear
load/materials, Physical injury /
4 4 16 signages for the 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
Caught in Property damage
ongoing activities. Stand-by First
between from
Certified equipment Aider / Site Medical
moving objects
and operator and Facility / Immediate
rigger. coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Coordinate with the
Coordinate with Barangay Officials
Meralco for further and nearby
action prior operation residents on the
Crane boom
Explosion / Fire / if needed. Signal planned activity.
hitting
Property damage 3 4 12 man to assist 1 4 4 Secure necessary
transmission
/ Physical Injury operator. Isolate the permits. Stand by
line
area by barricades. Flagman. Stand-by
Appropriate signage First Aider / Site
for the activity. Medical Facility /
Immediate

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coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan.
Safe Work
Instruction by the
immediate
supervisor during
toolbox meeting.
Secure work permit
Signal man to assist for the crane
operator. Isolate the operation. Wear
Falling load / Physical injury /
4 4 16 area by barricades. 2 4 8 appropriate PPEs.
materials Property damage
Appropriate signage Stand-by First
for the activity. Aider / Site Medical
Facility / Immediate
coordination with
the accredited
Hospital. /
Emergency
Response Plan
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 `1 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.

Use lifting tools


and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles

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16.0 REMOVAL OF FORMS AND DESHUTTERING
Discuss during Safety instructions
toolbox meeting the during Toolbox
provisions on Meeting with all the
working on or near personnel involved.
bodies of water as Wearing of
stated in the CSHP; prescribe PPE's.
Drowning;
Safety Procedure for Availability of
Hypothermia;
commercial diving lifevest and lifeline
Working under, Deseases
operation written on if needed .Stand-
near and above acquired if 4 5 20 1 5 5
this MS. Availability by First
water submerged to
of lifevest and Aider/Nurse, Site
contaminated/poll
liferings; Install Medical Facility /
uted water
barricade and Immediate
signage; Restrict coordination with
entry to site (affected the accredited
area), only Hospital. /
authorized workers Emergency
are allowed. Response Plan.
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
adequate
manpower when
Educate workers on lifting heavy
proper lifting objects; Conduct in
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and safety toolbox
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide meetings the
Ergonomics
lifting tools and proper lifting
equipment procedure and
ergonomics; Wear
appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles
Follow designated
access ways; Wear
proper PPE: Safety
Work area should be
shoes, Hard hat,
properly illuminated
Maong pants,
(sufficient lighting);
Cotton long
Work and access
Sprain, bruises, sleeves; Practice
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept 1 3 3
fractures proper house
clean from debris, oil
keeping; Install
and grease, and
sufficient lighting
unnecessary tools
on work area,
and materials
access ways and
emergency
facilities
Toolbox Meeting /
Provide proper
Planning. Wear
Collapsed of Physical injury / isolation/barricading
4 4 15 2 3 6 appropriate PPEs
formworks Property damage of the work area and
on the working
signages.
area, workers

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should not stay
near the operation
area. Stand by
electrician / Stand-
by Mechanic
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.
Adequate number
of emergency
access ladders
should be installed
inside the
Check and identify tank/confimed
confined space; space; Gas test
Monitor works inside work area prior to
confined space; Limit commence of
works inside confined work; Provide
Suffocation;
Confined space space; Work area blowers for
Unconsciousness; 4 5 20 1 5 5
entry should be properly adequate air
Fatality
illuminated (sufficient exchange and
lighting); Check for respirators (if
presence of toxic necessary);
gases (if any) and Attendant - entrant
oxygen level. system should be
followed; ERP
should be
established first
prior to commence
of work.
17.0 CURING
Use lifting tools
and equipment if
possible; Provide
Educate workers on adequate
proper lifting manpower when
Manual
Spine injury; Back procedures and lifting heavy
Handling / 3 3 9 1 3 3
pain; Strain ergonomics; Provide objects; Conduct in
Ergonomics
lifting tools and safety toolbox
equipment meetings the
proper lifting
procedure and
ergonomics; Wear

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appropriate PPE:
Hard hat, Safety
Shoes, Gloves,
Goggles

Follow designated
access ways; Wear
proper PPE: Safety
Work area should be
shoes, Hard hat,
properly illuminated
Maong pants,
(sufficient lighting);
Cotton long
Work and access
Sprain, bruises, sleeves; Practice
Slip and trip 3 3 9 area should be kept `1 3 3
fractures proper house
clean from debris, oil
keeping; Install
and grease, and
sufficient lighting
unnecessary tools
on work area,
and materials
access ways and
emergency
facilities
Toolbox Meeting /
Regular inspection Planning /
and tagging of discussion of
Personnel falling
Scaffoldings and working at heights
from elevated
competent erectors and proper wearing
level resulting to
will be utilize in case of Full body
Working at fractures,
3 4 12 of working at heights 2 3 6 harness. Stand-by
heights contusions,
activity. Use of ladder First Aider / Site
sprains and
if needed.Secure Fall Medical Facility /
bruises and even
protection ie. full Immediate
death.
body harness and life coordination with
line. the accredited
Hospital.

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LIKELIHOOD
Consequence
Extremely unlikely to occur in Catastrophic- Death or Major Loss;
1 Improbable 5
relevant period Total System failure
Critical -Major injury, damage to
Unlikely to occur in relevant
2 Remote 4 property/infrastructure, environment
period
effect

Serious- Loss time injuries/illness,


Likely to occur in relevant
3 Occasional 3 minor damage to property/infra and
period
envi.

Likely to occur several times in


4 Probable 2 Marginal- Minor First Aid Incident
relevant period

Likely regular occurence in Insignificant- Unlikely to have impact


5 Frequent 1
relevant period on works.
INDEX/MATRIX
(16) -(25) VERY HIGH- Un acceptable, re-examine to lower risk
(9) -(15) HIGH- Apply further Mitigation measure to reduce risk
(6) -(8) MEDIUM-Tolerable only if further mitigation is not practical
(1) -(5) LOW-Broadly acceptable and control measure is applicable

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21.3. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirement

Protective clothing (a jacket or protective suit)

Safety shoes

Personal hearing protectors

Protective gloves (canvas or leather)

Glasses / Eyes protection

Respiratory Protection

Helmet

Safety Harness

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Life Lines

Life Vest

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22. ANNEX A: KEY PLAN

ANNEX A

KEY PLAN

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23. ANNEX B: CERTIFICATION OF HEAVY EQUIPMENTS, OPERATORS & RIGGERS

ANNEX B

CERTIFICATION OF HEAVY EQUIPMENTS,


OPERATORS & RIGGERS

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24. ANNEX C: SAFETY PROCEDURE FOR COMMERCIAL DIVING OPERATIONS

ANNEX C

SAFETY PROCEDURE FOR

COMMERCIAL DIVING OPERATIONS

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25. ANNEX D: COMMERCIAL LIST OF DIVING EQUIPMENT

ANNEX D

COMMERCIAL LIST OF DIVING EQUIPMENT

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26. ANNEX E: DIVING PERSONNEL REGISTRATION

ANNEX E

COMMERCIAL DIVERS

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