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General Hazard Identification Form
Bang Kho Laem Construction Works / 8 Jun 2018 / Pee Mak Krung
Inspection score
58.33%
Failed items
9
Created actions
0
Client / Site
Bang Kho Laem Construction Works
Location
2426 Rama III Rd, Khwaeng Bang Kho Laem, Khet Bang Kho Laem, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10120, Thailand
Conducted on

8th Jun, 2018

10:40 AM AEST

Prepared by
Pee Mak Krung
Failed items
9
Audit / Hazard Identification
MANUAL HANDLING: Consider if the work tasks contain any Manual Handling Risks.
Notes
Workers carry metals that may cause body stress if improper ergonomic practice is being applied when lifting.
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Audit / Hazard Identification
EXCAVATION: Consider if the work requires an excavation to be dug. Do you need to check for services prior to excavation?
Notes
Project requires excavation and trenching
Photos
Audit / Hazard Identification
WORKING AT HEIGHTS: Consider if personnel are working at height during this task. Are they trained to perform the task?
Notes
Workers use scaffolds to do work at heights.
Photos
Audit / Hazard Identification
SLIP & TRIP HAZARDS: Consider if any slip / trip hazards are present at the worksite. Will equipment to be used form a trip hazard?
Notes
A deformed stair step that might cause tripping or falling hazard
Photos
Audit / Hazard Identification
WORKING OUTDOORS: Consider the ambient conditions / associated hazards. Consider precautions to prevent exposure to heat/cold.
Notes
Workers are exposed to direct sunlight exposure
Photos
Audit / Hazard Identification
CUTS AND ABRASION: Is there a risk of cuts / abrasion? Consider control measures such as task separation or adequacy of PPE
Notes
Some workers are using powered tools used for cutting materials
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Audit / Hazard Identification
FALLING OBJECTS: Will personnel be working above where others may pass? Will personnel be working below others?
Notes
Loads from cranes
Audit / Hazard Identification
LIFTING: Consider if work task involves crane lifts. Ensure a lift study has been conducted.
Notes
Using cranes for moving tons of materials from one place to another
Photos
Audit / Hazard Identification
ASBESTOS: Consider if personnel may be exposed to asbestos during this task? If unsure, check the Asbestos Register/Scope of Works for known sources.
Notes
Workers removing asbestos
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Audit
9
58.33%
Describe the nature of work
Construction of a building
Personal Protective Equipment
PPE available and needed to protect employees against hazards
Safety goggles
Safety boots
Work gloves
Respirators
High visibility vests
Fall Protection devices (harness and lanyards)
Hard hats
Hazard Identification
9
60.87%
NOISE: Will the work create higher noise levels? Consider the need for hearing protection in the work area.
MANUAL HANDLING: Consider if the work tasks contain any Manual Handling Risks.
Notes
Workers carry metals that may cause body stress if improper ergonomic practice is being applied when lifting.
Photos
EXCAVATION: Consider if the work requires an excavation to be dug. Do you need to check for services prior to excavation?
Notes
Project requires excavation and trenching
Photos
WORKING AT HEIGHTS: Consider if personnel are working at height during this task. Are they trained to perform the task?
Notes
Workers use scaffolds to do work at heights.
Photos
SLIP & TRIP HAZARDS: Consider if any slip / trip hazards are present at the worksite. Will equipment to be used form a trip hazard?
Notes
A deformed stair step that might cause tripping or falling hazard
Photos
REFERENCE: Wet surfaces labeled with proper warning sign to avoid slips and trips [This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]
SITE SECURITY / EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS: Prevent unauthorized access to the work site at all times. Ensure site emergency planning has occurred.
WORKING OUTDOORS: Consider the ambient conditions / associated hazards. Consider precautions to prevent exposure to heat/cold.
Notes
Workers are exposed to direct sunlight exposure
Photos
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: Consider how construction traffic will access and egress the workplace in a safe manner.
CUTS AND ABRASION: Is there a risk of cuts / abrasion? Consider control measures such as task separation or adequacy of PPE
Notes
Some workers are using powered tools used for cutting materials
Photos
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES: Will work task involve contact with any Hazardous Substances? Refer to MSDS and consider specialized PPE / precautions.
PLANT AND MACHINERY: Is the plant work area delineated away from other works? Operator ticketed/licensed to operate this type of equipment?
FALLING OBJECTS: Will personnel be working above where others may pass? Will personnel be working below others?
Notes
Loads from cranes
LIFTING: Consider if work task involves crane lifts. Ensure a lift study has been conducted.
Notes
Using cranes for moving tons of materials from one place to another
Photos
FIRE / IGNITION SOURCES: Consider if hot work is being conducted in the work area. Consider containment / testing requirements.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS: Is there potential to release pollutants to drain’s / marine environment / waterway’s / ground / atmosphere; Vibration / noise emission beyond the project perimeter; generation of dust or disposal of hazardous waste?
DECONTAMINATION OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT: Plant, Equipment, and PPE must be decontaminated at the end of each day and or when exposed equipment is to leave the asbestos area
VIBRATION: Consider the need for vibration monitoring from demolition process, especially when working near heritage type buildings.
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE STORAGE / SPILLS PREVENTION: Consider if any potential spill sources exist in the work area. Consider the need for bunds, drip trays, spill blankets, absorption etc
WASTE DISPOSAL: Consider if work task creates wastes prescribed wastes requiring special disposal e.g Asbestos
CUSTOMER AND SURROUNDING PROPERTY: Consider the potential risk to neighbours’ property Consider potential damage to customer property nearby.
ASBESTOS: Consider if personnel may be exposed to asbestos during this task? If unsure, check the Asbestos Register/Scope of Works for known sources.
Notes
Workers removing asbestos
Photos
NEARBY WORK: Consider if any work will be occurring nearby. Consider if there is any impact of your work on others.
Are there other hazards identified?
Overall summary
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1. All workers have undergone proper training before work. 2. A toolbox talk meeting is conducted before proceeding to the site to ensure that all concerns have been raised. 3. Proper PPE were worn during operation hours. 4. Safety managers conduct site walkthroughs before and after shift. 5. Emergency procedures are well established.
Overall Assessment
At Risk
Notes
Everyone is compliance with the safety rules and measures. However, the hazards identified are impossible to eliminate so all workers must be very careful to every action they will make. This work is still considered risky.
Completion
Full Name and Signature of Inspector
Pee Mak Krung
8th Jun, 2018 11:23 AM AEST
Media summary
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