Category Archives: Occupational Health and Safety

Construction Site Safety Committee Meeting Procedure – HSE Management

Table of Contents 1.0 Purpose 2.0 Scope 3.0 References 4.0 Definitions and Abbreviations 5.0 Responsibilities 6.0 Procedure 6.1 Notice of Meeting 6.2 Agenda and Attendance 6.3 Confirmation of Previous Minutes 6.4 Matters Arising (include Safety, Health and Environmental Audit Findings) 6.5 Safety Representative Reports 6.6 Incident – Accident Reports 6.7 Safety Topic 6.8 Environmental 6.9… Read More »

Access Scaffolding / Scaffold Tower Installation and Assembly Method Statement

Purpose of this safety method statement is to define the procedure for the installation of access scaffolding including scaffold tower. The scope of this method statement is for the installation of the scaffolding on to the external façade of the project only. Following material and equipment is necessary for the work: JCB Bobcat Telehandler Hammer Spanner… Read More »

Safe Work Method for Working at Height Including Inside Shafts and Risers

Major hazards while working at height and inside the shafts are falling from height, falling objects and collapse of structure. Below is the precise list of control measures that are applicable for working at height inside shafts and working inside the risers. Ensure an appropriate  working platform with appropriate access, egress, and guard rails etc.… Read More »

Safety Procedure for Safe Operation of Earthmoving Plant and Machinery

The procedure below covers the Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment that involves on the project sites related with the operation and maintenance of heavy earth moving plant and machineries. Earthmoving usually involves the operation of large, heavy and cumbersome vehicles in an environment easily affected by the weather. Rainwater can soon change dry and dusty… Read More »

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 »

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 »

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