Welfare Facilities on Site – Construction HSE Instructions

This instruction shall ensure dining rooms, food storage areas, kitchens, laundries, general storage areas and accommodation facilities are cleaned and maintained to the required standards. HSE welfare method applies to all dining rooms, food storage areas, kitchens, laundries, general storage areas and accommodation facilities and includes provisions for inspection and cleaning of such facilities as… Read More »

Supply and Installation of Water Reticulation System

The purpose of this safework method statement is to establish the work method for supply and installation of mild steel pipes, fittings and pipe works under the water reticulation work for project buildings, landscape, infrastructure and associated works. Upon delivery at site, pipes and accessories shall be carefully unloaded and stored in a designated area… Read More »

Method Statement for External Protective Coating of Steel Pipes and Fitting Joints

This document covers works for the external coating of steel pipes and fitting joints and tests along with a recommendation of generic material types. All the inspection will be performed in accordance with the ITP for field external coating roof steel pipe fittings and joints. Inspections should be performed by QC inspectors who are certified… Read More »

Work Related Occupational Health Surveillance HSE Procedure

Table of Content 1. Purpose 2. Scope 3. References 4. Definitions and Abbreviations 5. Responsibilities 6. Procedure 6.1 Risk Assessment 6.2 Medical Screening & Treatment 6.3 Health Surveillance 6.4 Incident Investigation 6.5 Registered Medical Practitioner 6.6 Rehabilitation 6.7 Control Measures 7. Records 8. Appendix 1. Purpose This procedure describes the requirements for managing workplace conditions… Read More »

HSE Requirements While Working Near Overhead Services

Below article provides instructions and guidance for working safely in the vicinity of overhead services, describing the precautions necessary to mitigate the associated risks. Working close to or passing under overhead power lines without the correct control measures is the cause of serious personal injuries and accidents every year. Contact with overhead electric lines can… Read More »

​HSE Management Procedure for Work Related Occupational Injury Illness and Disease Management​

1. Purpose 2. Scope 3. References 4. Definitions and Abbreviations 5. Responsibilities 6. Procedure 6.1 General 6.2 Risk Assessment 6.3 First Aid 6.3.1 First Aid Facility 6.3.2 Emergency Transportation 6.4 Workplace Rehabilitation 6.4.1 Treating Medical Practitioner 6.4.2 Suitable Duties 6.4.3 Rehabilitation and Return to Work Plan 6.5 Communication 7. Records 8. Appendix 1. Purpose of… Read More »

Supplier and Subcontractor HSE Monitoring & Management Procedure

To ensure that selected subcontractors and suppliers are aware of their HSE obligations prior to commencing work on controlled workplaces or projects. This procedure will help to comply and fulfil the subcontractor health and safety responsibilities. Equipment: Includes all portable, semi portable equipment, and hand tools, mobile and fixed plant. Subcontractor: A person/company contracted to… Read More »

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