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TRAIN 3 WARA PRESSURE MAINTENANACE PROJECT.

PROJECT NO: EF/1945

Job Safety Analysis Sheet


2nd
Job: Mechanical Handling of loads JSA Ref. No. JSA: 019 1st Week
Week
3rd Week 4th Week

Permit No.
Facility: Train 3
WPMP
Work Area/Equipment:
Date:
Note: If JSA Revised, updated JSA shall be used
Personal protective equipments and tools:
Hard Hat, Safety Shoes, Safety Goggles/ Glasses, Hand Gloves, Overall, Dust mask, Crane, Boom trucks, Side boom, , trailers, lifting & rigging
Tools and Hand Tools, Full Body Harness
SEQUENCE OF
POTENTIAL HAZARDS PRECAUTIONS
BASIC JOB STEPS
Pre – work Poor Task Planning  Ensure the equipment operator, riggers are experienced to do the
task and have the necessary valid documents and licenses of the
state of Kuwait
 Ensure the ground condition is in safe working condition and
underground services if any are generated
 Ensure access way is free of obstructions
 Ensure the approach to emergency equipment is not blocked by
properly planning and placing the equipment’s/ materials.
 Obtain all necessary personnel and equipment’s entry
permissions from company
 Ensure proper grounding of equipment if applicable.
 Use all necessary PPE and conduct TBT.
 First Aid kit shall be available at all times at the work s
 In case of any medical assistance supervisor / safety personnel
must call KOC emergency no 160.
 Ensure lifting and rigging Awareness training is given to all
personnel involved in the lifting / rigging activity

Non Compliance of KOC  Ensure all personnel have undergone Project HSE Induction and
HSEMS Documents EOD training
 All personnel must comply with KOC HSEMS Document KOC
SA 004 Permit to Work Procedure, (KOC-SA-029) for
“Mechanical Handling of loads”
 Ensure the equipment is certified by company as per KOC SA
013- Temporary Mobile Equipment Procedure and fit for the
intended purpose as required
 Ensure all lifting gears and shackles are inspected with
necessary authorized 3rd party inspection certificates and color
coded.
 Ensure all crane operator and riggers having 3rd party
certification

Poor communication / ERP  Ensure that the Emergency Numbers are posted at site, and
personnel are informed in the TBT once per week
 Ensure proper communication means available

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Poor positioning of crane  Ensure ground is stable and properly compacted as required for
during lifting operation positioning of crane.
 Do not position the equipment close to the trench/ excavation,
overhead power line
 Do not position crane close to overhead power cable lines
 Out rigger must have an outrigger pad of adequate size and
thickness

Overloading the crane rated  Conduct regular visual inspection of all lifting gears and
capacity mechanism of crane prior to start any lifting operation by a
Lifting tackles and sling competent rigging supervisor/ foreman
failure during the operation  Do not exceed 80% of the rated capacity of the crane for any
Mechanical failure loading/ unloading works
 Do not overload the lifting capacity of the crane as per
manufacturer standards under any circumstances
 Do not override any inbuilt safety devices or take short cut
during the lifting operations.
 All worn lifting tools/ tackles and those who don’t have 3rd
party certification must be removed from site.
 All lifting tools and tackles must be free from grease

Lifting and rigging Irregular maintenance for the  Ensure preventive maintenance schedules are followed as per
equipment’s manufacturer instructions
Poor visibility  Do not attempt any lifting operation on an extreme weather
Personnel injury/ damage of condition i.e., heavy sandstorm, strong wind, thick fog, rain,
equipment lightning etc.

Incompetent lifting /rigging /  Normally lifting and shifting of material will be planned to be
unclear instruction carried out during the day time hours. However, if it is deemed
necessary to carry out lifting during night time hours adequate
Electrocution in EOT cranes and or additional Supervision and illumination will be
Not complying Methods provided to ensure safe operations are conducted.
Statement /JSA/ Site Safety  Do not stand below the suspended load
Analysis for lifting
 Provide proper sign boards, barricade the lifting radius/ area
where the activities are in progress and remove all possible
tripping hazards in the lifting working area.
 Drink water frequently to avoid dehydration ( during both
summer and winter)
 Clear instruction should be given to work crew regarding their
individual roles and responsibilities
 Riggers must wear fluorescent vest for visibility during the
full duration of lifting operation
 Provide adequately strong and long tag lines at both ends of
the load
 Close supervision by a competent rigging supervisor
 Ensure signal man or rigger is visible with fluorescent vest to
the crane operator during every phase of lifting activity
 Only one competent rigger to do the signaling or rigging
activity.
 Ensure rigging crew is competent for the task

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 Do not use any overhead materials handling equipment for
handling personnel.
 Limit/override switches of EOT crane are for emergency use
only & should not be over ridden during normal operations.
 Centre the hoist over the load before lifting- do not side pull or
end pull.
 Do not jog controls unnecessarily; hoist motors are generally
high torque, high slip types; each start causes an inrush of
current greater than the running current and lead to over-
heating & heat failure, burnout, if continued to excess.
 Reversing contactors are inter-locked electrically to avoid
short circuit.
 Limit switches are provided for prevent excess movement in
respective direction. This avoids toppling, hitting, damage to
other machineries.
 Ensure to follow approved Method statement for any critical
lifting as required

 Ensure the work place is maintained clear of debris,


Post Work Personnel injury due to waste and other rubbish and make the place clean and
poor housekeeping tidy
 After job, ensure crane is secured to a safe position and
all lifting tools tackles are safely stored

Worksite Supervisor Permit Applicant Permit Issuer

Name: Name: Name:


Company:
Company: Company:
Designation:
Designation: Designation:

Signature: Signature: Signature:

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