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RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

Company Group 1 Conducted By (Date)

Task Heavy Lifting 20tons Hatch Cover

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Control Measure up Date) Reference
Health &
Persons-at-risk

1 Lifting supervisor Wrong Assessment - Competent & Experience lifting 3 1 L - Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
to assess the load supervisor (undergone MOM Procedure for
and type of lifting lifting training) lifting operation
method to used

2 To arrange proper Wrong Selection Body Injury RA Briefing for all workers. 4 1 M Lifting can only be Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
lifting gear and carried out with Procedure for
cranes Property damage Select proper lifting gear the recommended lifting operation
lifting gears and
Anchor Point Check lifting machines

3 Check the welding Structure failure Body Injury Welding eye lug, must check by 4 1 M Verified NDT Safe Work
condition of lifting (Eye lug) competent person (e.g. QA/QC report prior to Procedure for
lug Property Damage etc) lifting operation. lifting operation

4 Hook up lifting Falling from height Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
gear as (if rigging is required injury rigger awareness Procedure for
coordinated with to be performed at through safety lifting operation
Crane operator height) Appropriate PPE used (hand briefing / training
and Signalman Glove etc.)
Falling lifting gears
Select correct lifting gear for
Improper handling the task (size and capacity)

All loose items must be


secured / removed

Safety harness / safety belt to


be used above 2m and on
hanging staging

Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

5 Load lifting Falling and caught Body Injury Use lifting signals. Barricade 3 3 M Put sign board Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
by suspended load the area and use tag line and alert workers on site Procedure for
Property Damage on the operation lifting operation
Crane failure Ensure competent crane driver
Increase safety
Foul weather Ensure proper lifting equipment awareness
used through safety
Toppling briefing / training
Dont stand under suspended
load

Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

6 Load positioning Falling from Height Minor body injury Use tag line and barricade the 3 2 M Use additional Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
area lifting gear on site Procedure for
Restricted visibility lifting operation
Stop work during foul weather
Foul weather
Ensure adequate lighting prior
Inadequate lighting to lifting (maint)

Miscommunication Ensure communicate to rigger


via walkie talkie

Ensure adequate illumination


1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

7 Swinging the load Hit by object Body Injury Ensure tag line is installed 2 2 L Use whistle for Lifting Team on site Safe Work
for proper area clearance Procedure for
positioning Restricted visibility Ensure sufficient manpower to and place lifting operation
handle tag line signboard
Foul weather
Dont stand under suspended Crane siren
Inadequate lighting load

Ensure the immediate lifting


Miscommunication area is cordoned off

Stop crane movement if load


swing is too extensive

Stop work during foul weather

Use experience-lifting crew for


complicated lift.

Swing slowing observed


SWP

8 Load in position, Falling from height Hand & Finger Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting (if rigging is required Injury to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears to be performed at briefing lifting operation
height)

Falling lifting gears


Improper handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 2 Conducted By (Date)

Task Lifting Pipe by Crane Lorry

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Assess the weight Wrong Damage to crane & Ensure that the load is within the 4 1 L Reconfirmed Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
and CG of the load Assessment lifting gears due to lorry crane capacity the weight of Procedure for
of Weight overloading. load by second lifting operation
Ensure that the lorry can contain party
Injure other workers the load Keep clear
from any
unauthorized
personnel

2 Arrange proper Wrong Body Injury RA Briefing for all workers. 4 1 M Lifting can only be Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
lifting gear to be Selection carried out with Procedure for
used Property damage Select proper lifting gear the recommended lifting operation
lifting gears and
Anchor Point Check lifting machines

3 Hook up lifting gear Falling from Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Foreman / Supervisor / Safe Work
as coordinated with height (if injury rigger awareness Rigger Procedure for
Crane operator rigging is through safety lifting operation
required to be Pipes must be strapped and briefing / training
performed on secured
the lorry)
Appropriate PPE used (hand
Improper Glove etc.)
handling
Select correct lifting gear for the
task (size and capacity)

All loose items on the lorry must


be secured / removed
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer (Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

4 Lifting of pipe onto Lorry crane Fatality / Bodily Set up out rigger fully 5 1 M Conduct toolbox Lifting Supervisor / Safe Work
Lorry toppled injury briefing Lorry Crane operator Procedure for
Qualified Driver lifting operation
Faulty lifting Hand and Finger RA briefing
gear Injury Barricade lifting area
Supplier to
Struck By Firm and solid ground provide
Object maintenance
Lifting equipment in good record
working condition (with valid
cert), and within Safe Working
Load

Swing slowing observed SWP

Safe Work Practice for Manual


Handling
5 Transport from Collision Fatality / Road traffic Observe Speed Limit 5 1 M Conduct Toolbox Driver / Helper Safe Work
Point A to Point B accident Briefing Procedure for
Pipe Toppled Qualified Driver lifting operation

Pipe fell off Load must be properly secured,


the lorry tied down

All lose item must be cleared


from the lorry or tied down
before transportation

Red cloth to be tied at the back


of the long pipe

Firmly secured the pipe within


the load capacity of the lorry
crane
6 Unloading the load Falling from Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Foreman / Supervisor / Safe Work
(Hook up lifting height (if injury rigger awareness Rigger Procedure for
gear as rigging is through safety lifting operation
coordinated with required to Appropriate PPE used (hand briefing / training
Crane operator) be performed Glove etc.)
on the lorry)
Select correct lifting gear for the
Improper task (size and capacity)
handling
All loose items on the lorry must
be secured / removed

7 Lifting of pipe off Lorry crane Fatality / Bodily Set up out rigger fully 5 1 M Conduct toolbox Lifting Supervisor / Safe Work
the Lorry toppled injury briefing Lorry Crane operator Procedure for
Qualified Driver lifting operation
Faulty lifting Hand and Finger RA briefing
gear Injury Barricade lifting area
Supplier to
Struck By Firm and solid ground provide
Object maintenance
Lifting equipment in good record
working condition (with valid
cert), and within Safe Working
Load

Swing slowing observed SWP

Safe Work Practice for Manual


Handling

8 Load in position, Falling from Hand & Finger Injury Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting height (if to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears rigging is briefing lifting operation
required to
be performed
at height)

Falling lifting
gears

Improper
handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 3 Conducted By (Date)

Task Lifting of Steel Plates in Workshop using Overhead Crane

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Assess the weight Wrong Damage to crane & Calculate weight by 5 1 M Reconfirmed Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
of the steel plates Assessment lifting gears due to competent person the weight of Procedure for
and C.G. of Weight overloading. load by second lifting operation
Injure other workers Check from technical drawing party
for the correct weight Keep clear
from any
unauthorized
personnel

2 Arrange lifting Hit by moving Hand & Fingers Keep clear the surrounding 3 2 M Train and brief Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
gears to be used object Injury area from any unauthorized staff on SWP Procedure for
personnel lifting operation
Wrong Wear appropriate PPEs
Selection Identify strong anchor points

3 Hook up the steel Caught in Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Foreman / Supervisor / Safe Work
plates between injury rigger awareness Rigger Procedure for
objects through safety lifting operation
Appropriate PPE used (hand briefing / training
Glove etc.)

Select correct lifting gear for


the task (size and capacity)
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer (Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/ Ill Control Measure up Date) Reference
Health &
Persons-at-risk

4 Lifting Operation Hit by swinging Bodily Injury Center the Crane prior to 5 1 M Keep clear the Supervisor Safe Work
load lifting lifting zone Procedure for
Property Damage from Rigger/Signalman lifting operation
Falling and Use proper tug line unauthorized
caught by personnel Watchman
suspended load Deploy qualified riggers,
signalmen and crane operator Deploy Crane Operator
Crane failure additional
Follow SWP watchman Rigger/Signalman
Falling Load
Wear appropriate PPEs Ensure load is Supervisor
suspended for
Check condition of lifting a few minutes, Watchman
gears prior to lifting make it stable
before moving
Nobody must be under the
suspended load

5 Unload the Steel Pinch Points Hand & Finger Use proper tug line 4 2 M Ensure to have Supervisor Safe Work
Plates Injuries proper Rigger Procedure for
Wear appropriate PPEs coordination Signalman lifting operation
Crane Operator
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 4 Conducted By (Date)

Task Transportation of Scaffold Material from Berth Side to Vessel

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Check the weight Toppling of Fatality Compliance to SWP 5 1 M Mark the weight of Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
of the staging crane due to Bodily Injury the load Procedure for
material and SWL overload Competent & Experience lifting operation
of the crane used person to perform
Falling assessment
Objects

Wrong
Assessment

2 Secure staging Falling objects Fatality Qualified Rigger 5 1 M Barricade the Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
material to lifting surrounding Procedure for
rack Hand and fingers Check bar stability of load Riggers lifting operation
injuries before lifting
Signalman
Tug line must be secured to
rack

3 Barricade the Falling objects Fatality Ensure no one is walking below 5 1 M Put in sentry to Riggers & Signalman Safe Work
Surrounding the suspended load. inform other Procedure for
(if necessary) workers to prevent lifting operation
them from coming
near the lifting
area.
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer (Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

4 Lifting Operation Hit by Bodily Injury Center the Crane prior to 5 1 M Keep clear the Supervisor Safe Work
swinging load lifting lifting zone Procedure for
Property Damage from Rigger/Signalman lifting operation
Falling and Use proper tug line unauthorized
caught by personnel Watchman
suspended Deploy qualified riggers,
load signalmen and crane operator Deploy Crane Operator
additional
Crane failure Follow SWP watchman Rigger/Signalman
Falling Load Wear appropriate PPEs Ensure load is Supervisor
suspended for
Check condition of lifting a few minutes, Watchman
gears prior to lifting make it stable
before moving
Nobody must be under the
suspended load

5 Load in position, Falling from Hand & Finger Injury Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting height (if to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears rigging is briefing lifting operation
required to be
performed at
height)

Falling lifting
gears

Improper
handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 5 Conducted By (Date)

Task Floating Crane Lifting/Heavy Lifting

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Engineering to Wrong weight - - Ensure Qualified Lifting 3 1 L - - Safe Work


produce drawings assessment Supervisor (undergone MOM Procedure for
for lift that includes Wrong lifting lifting supervisor course) for lifting operation
Weight of method the task
installation and proposed
C.G, Padeye/ - Ensure Engineering provide
reinforcements lifting supervisor with the
necessary lifting info

-Ensure safety factor are build


in to all calculations

-Check with Production the


availability of lifting gears and
lifting machines

2 Arrival of floating Anchoring Hand and finger - Personnel to be cleared from 4 1 L Ensure proper Safe Work
crane by tugboat points not injuries mooring line limit Communication Procedure for
and setup mooring available with Supervisor lifting operation
lines Anchoring -Physical check on bollard
points not and anchoring points by
strong Crane Section
Damage
mooring line
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

3 Floating Crane Falling from Hand and finger - Appropriate PPE used (hand 3 2 L Ensure rigging is - Safe Work
crew hook up height (if injury Glove etc.) done as per lifting Procedure for
lifting gear rigging is plan provided by lifting operation
required to be Bodily injuries - Select correct lifting gear for engineering
performed at the task (size and capacity)
height)
Falling lifting - Training program for rigger
gears to enhance safety awareness
Improper
handling - All loose items must be
secured / removed

- Safety harness / safety belt


to be used above 2m and on
hanging staging

-Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

4 Load lifting by Falling and caught Body Injury Use lifting signals. Barricade 3 3 M Put sign board Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
floating crane by suspended load the area and use tag line and alert workers on site Procedure for
crew Property Damage on the operation lifting operation
Crane failure Ensure competent crane
driver Increase safety
Foul weather awareness
Ensure proper lifting through safety
Toppling equipment used briefing / training

Dont stand under suspended Lifting done as per


load lifting plan
provided by
Ensure crane operator, rigger engineering
and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

5 Load positioning Falling from Height Minor body injury Use tag line and barricade the 3 2 M Use additional Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
area lifting gear on site Procedure for
Restricted visibility lifting operation
Stop work during foul weather
Foul weather
Ensure adequate lighting prior
Inadequate lighting to lifting (maint)

Miscommunication Ensure communicate to rigger


via walkie talkie

Ensure adequate illumination


6 Swinging the load Hit by object Body Injury Ensure tag line is installed 2 2 L Use whistle for Lifting Team on site Safe Work
for proper area clearance Procedure for
positioning Restricted visibility Ensure sufficient manpower to and place lifting operation
handle tag line signboard
Foul weather
Dont stand under suspended
Inadequate lighting load

Miscommunication Ensure the immediate lifting


area is cordoned off

Stop crane movement if load


swing is too extensive

Stop work during foul weather

Use experience-lifting crew for


complicated lift.

Swing slowing observed


SWP
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

7 Load in position, Falling from height Hand & Finger Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting (if rigging is required Injury to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears to be performed at briefing lifting operation
height)

Falling lifting gears

Improper handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 6 Conducted By (Date)

Task Lifting Scaffold Material Using Forklift

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Visually inspect Faulty Body injuries Use daily inspection 1 1 L - Trained Forklift Driver Safe Work
forklift and function mechanism checklist and inform Procedure for
test before can lead to immediate superior of Forklift Operation
operation accidents defects found.
commences.
Only trained forklift operator.

Ensure all visual and audio


signals are functioning.

Pre-planned maintenance
schedule ensure Forklift in
good condition
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

2 Operating the Knock by forklift Body injuries or Qualify Operator 5 1 M Assist co-worker to Scaffolding Supervisor Safe Work
forklift fatality make sure nobody / Foreman Procedure for
Speeding Forklift well-maintain is on the driveway Forklift Operation
Trained Forklift Driver
Faulty Brake Checklist for forklift operator Keep a good
lookout when
Drive slowly. Observe speed approaching
limit. Reduce speed if corners or blind
necessary. spots.

Keep fork about 1 foot


above ground.

Only trained forklift operators


are allowed to operate.

3 Lifting the load -Overload -Property damage Ensure no overloading 3 3 M Operator to check Scaffolding Supervisor Safe Work
-Body injuries to safe working load / Foreman Procedure for
-Toppling of somebody Secure the load Forklift Operation
scaffold materials Trained Forklift Driver
Barricade the area if
-Congested necessary
surroundings
Check Surrounding
- Heavy human
traffic.
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

4 Transporting Obstruction on Body injuries to To drive at low speed and 4 2 M Keep a good Trained forklift driver Safe Work
to designated driveway somebody right direction lookout when Procedure for
area approaching Forklift Operation
Speeding. Property Damage Passage to be kept clear corners or blind
spots.
Uneven surface House keeping well
maintained
Uneven
distribution of Plan the route
load.
Keep a good lookout for even
surface during transportation
and avoid going over any
debris.

If item transported obstruct


the forklift operators view,
move in the reverse direction.

4 Unloading The load may slip Property damage Barricade the area 3 2 L - - Safe Work
out from fork (or) body injury to Procedure for
somebody No unauthorized person near Forklift Operation
Toppling of by
scaffold materials
Barricade the area if
Congested necessary
surroundings
Check Surrounding

5 Backing out Vision block Property damage Warning buzzer activated 5 1 M Assist co-worker to Scaffolding Supervisor Safe Work
and park the (or) Body injury Back view mirror make sure nobody Procedure for
forklift Ensure the operator has clear is on the driveway Forklift Operation
back view
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 7 Conducted By (Date)

Task Mobile Crane Lifting of Irregular Shapes Structure

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Conduct meeting Wrong - The lifting info reviewed by 1 1 L - - Safe Work


for the related calculation / the assigned person Procedure for
section info Lifting operation

2 Assess the weight Wrong Damage to crane & Ensure that the load is within the 4 1 L Reconfirmed Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
and CG of the Assessment lifting gears due to mobile crane capacity the weight of Procedure for
irregular shapes of Weight overloading. load by second lifting operation
structure Ensure lifting path is cleared party
Injure other workers from obstruction
Keep clear
from any
unauthorized
personnel

3 Arrange proper Wrong Body Injury RA Briefing for all workers. 4 1 M Lifting can only be Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
lifting gear to be Selection carried out with Procedure for
used Property damage Select proper lifting gear the recommended lifting operation
lifting gears and
Anchor Point Check lifting machines
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer (Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

4 Hook up lifting gear Falling from Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
as coordinated with height (if injury rigger awareness Procedure for
Crane operator rigging is through safety lifting operation
and Signalman required to be Appropriate PPE used (hand briefing / training
performed at Glove etc.)
height)
Select correct lifting gear for the
Falling lifting task (size and capacity)
gears
All loose items must be secured
Improper / removed
handling
Safety harness / safety belt to be
used above 2m and on hanging
staging

Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

5 Operation test lift Crane Strike by falling Barricade. Nobody nearby the 5 2 M Pre-briefing Lifting Supervisor
collapse object suspended load before test lift (Foreman, Supervisor)

Ensure the load is stable and


within the lifting capacity of
the crane

Check C.G of load

Ensure crane on stable


ground
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

6 Actual Load lifting Falling and caught Body Injury Use lifting signals. Barricade 3 3 M Put sign board Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
by suspended load the area and use tag line and alert workers on site Procedure for
Property Damage on the operation lifting operation
Crane failure Ensure competent crane driver
Increase safety
Foul weather Ensure proper lifting equipment awareness
used through safety
Toppling briefing / training
Dont stand under suspended
load

Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

Check ground movement

7 Load positioning Falling from Height Minor body injury Use tag line and barricade the 3 2 M Use additional Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
area lifting gear on site Procedure for
Restricted visibility lifting operation
Stop work during foul weather
Foul weather
Ensure adequate lighting prior
Inadequate lighting to lifting (maint)

Miscommunication Ensure communicate to rigger


via walkie talkie

Ensure adequate illumination


1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

8 Swinging the load Hit by object Body Injury Ensure tag line is installed 2 2 L Use whistle for Lifting Team on site Safe Work
for proper area clearance Procedure for
positioning Restricted visibility Ensure sufficient manpower to and place lifting operation
handle tag line signboard
Foul weather
Dont stand under suspended
Inadequate lighting load

Miscommunication Ensure the immediate lifting


area is cordoned off

Stop crane movement if load


swing is too extensive

Stop work during foul weather

Use experience-lifting crew for


complicated lift.

Swing slowing observed


SWP

9 Load in position, Falling from height Hand & Finger Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting (if rigging is required Injury to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears to be performed at briefing lifting operation
height)

Falling lifting gears

Improper handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 8 Conducted By (Date)

Task Mobile Crane Lifting of Steel Plates

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure Follow-up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Assess the weight Wrong Assessment of Damage to crane & Ensure that the load is within 4 1 L Reconfirmed the Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
and CG of the Weight lifting gears due to the crane capacity weight of load Procedure for
steel plates overloading. by second party lifting operation
Ensure lifting path is cleared Keep clear from
Injure other workers from obstruction any
unauthorized
personnel
2 Arrange proper Wrong Selection Body Injury RA Briefing for all workers. 4 1 M Lifting can only be Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
lifting gear to be carried out with the Procedure for
used (Plate cramp Property damage Select proper lifting gear recommended lifting operation
or Long hook) lifting gears and
Anchor Point Check lifting machines

3 Hook up lifting Falling from height (if Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
gear as rigging is required to injury rigger awareness through / Rigger Procedure for
coordinated with be performed on the safety briefing / lifting operation
Crane operator height) Appropriate PPE used (hand training
Glove etc.)
Improper handling
Select correct lifting gear for
the task (size and capacity) -
inspected

All loose items on the lorry


must be secured / removed
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

4 Load lifting Falling and caught Body Injury Use lifting signals. Barricade 3 3 M Put sign board Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
by suspended load the area and use tag line and alert workers on site Procedure for
Property Damage on the operation lifting operation
Crane failure Ensure competent crane driver
Increase safety
Foul weather Ensure proper lifting equipment awareness
used through safety
Toppling briefing / training
Dont stand under suspended
load

Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

Check ground movement

5 Load positioning Falling from Height Minor body injury Use tag line and barricade the 3 2 M Use additional Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
area lifting gear on site Procedure for
Restricted visibility lifting operation
Stop work during foul weather
Foul weather
Ensure adequate lighting prior
Inadequate lighting to lifting (maint)

Miscommunication Ensure communicate to rigger


via walkie talkie

Ensure adequate illumination


1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

6 Swinging the load Hit by object Body Injury Ensure tag line is installed 2 2 L Use whistle for Lifting Team on site Safe Work
for proper area clearance Procedure for
positioning Restricted visibility Ensure sufficient manpower to and place lifting operation
handle tag line signboard
Foul weather
Dont stand under suspended
Inadequate lighting load

Miscommunication Ensure the immediate lifting


area is cordoned off

Stop crane movement if load


swing is too extensive

Stop work during foul weather

Use experience-lifting crew for


complicated lift.

Swing slowing observed


SWP

7 Load in position, Falling from height Hand & Finger Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting (if rigging is required Injury to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears to be performed at briefing lifting operation
height)
Unload the steel
plate Falling lifting gears

Improper handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 9 Conducted By (Date)

Task Lifting of Pipes Using Tower Crane

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Assess the weight Wrong Damage to crane & Ensure that the load is within the 4 1 L Reconfirmed Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
and CG of the load Assessment lifting gears due to tower crane capacity the weight of Procedure for
of Weight overloading. load by second lifting operation
Ensure that the lifting path is
party
Injured other cleared.
Keep clear
workers from any
unauthorized
personnel
2 Arrange proper Wrong Body Injury RA Briefing for all workers. 4 1 M Lifting can only be Foreman / Supervisor Safe Work
lifting gear to be Selection carried out with Procedure for
used Property damage Select proper lifting gear the recommended lifting operation
Anchor Point Check lifting gears and
lifting machines

3 Hook up lifting gear Falling from Hand and finger To be carried out be qualified 4 1 M Increase safety Lifting Supervisor Safe Work
as coordinated with height (if injury rigger awareness Procedure for
Crane operator rigging is through safety lifting operation
and Signalman required to be Appropriate PPE used (hand briefing / training
performed at Glove etc.)
height) Select correct lifting gear for the
task (size and capacity)
Falling lifting
gears All loose items must be secured
/ removed
Improper Safety harness / safety belt to be
handling used above 2m and on hanging
staging
Ensure tower crane operator,
rigger and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

4 Load lifting Falling and Body Injury Use lifting signals. Barricade the 3 3 M Put sign board Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
caught by area and use tag line and alert workers on site Procedure for
suspended Property Damage on the operation lifting operation
load Ensure competent crane driver
Increase safety
Crane failure Ensure proper lifting equipment awareness
used through safety
Foul weather briefing / training
Dont stand under suspended
Toppling load

Ensure crane operator, rigger


and signalman have clear
communication (walkie talkie)

5 Load positioning Falling from Minor body injury Use tag line and barricade the 3 2 M Use additional Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Height area lifting gear on site Procedure for
lifting operation
Restricted Stop work during foul weather
visibility
Ensure adequate lighting prior to
Foul weather lifting (maint)

Inadequate Ensure communicate to rigger


lighting via walkie talkie

Miscommunic Ensure adequate illumination


ation
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Accident/ Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Ill Health & Control Measure (Follow-up Date) Reference
Persons-at-risk

6 Swinging the load Hit by object Body Injury Ensure tag line is installed 2 2 L Use whistle for Lifting Team on site Safe Work
for proper area clearance Procedure for
positioning Restricted visibility Ensure sufficient manpower to and place lifting operation
handle tag line signboard
Foul weather
Dont stand under suspended Crane siren
Inadequate lighting load

Miscommunication Ensure the immediate lifting


area is cordoned off

Stop crane movement if load


swing is too extensive

Stop work during foul weather

Use experience-lifting crew for


complicated lift.

Swing slowing observed


SWP

8 Load in position, Falling from height Hand & Finger Use Proper PPE 1 4 L Lifting Supervisor Rigger and Signalmen Safe Work
Removal of lifting (if rigging is required Injury to conduct safety on site Procedure for
gears to be performed at briefing lifting operation
height)

Falling lifting gears

Improper handling
RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Company Group 10 Conducted By (Date)

Task Forklift Transportation of Steel Ladder

Approved By (Date) Next Review Date

1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

1 Visually inspect Faulty Body injuries Use daily inspection 1 1 L - Trained Forklift Driver Safe Work
forklift and function mechanism checklist and inform Procedure for
test before can lead to immediate superior of Forklift Operation
operation accidents defects found.
commences.
Only trained forklift operator.

Ensure all visual and audio


signals are functioning.

Pre-planned maintenance
schedule ensure Forklift in
good condition

2 Operating the Knock by Body injuries or Qualify Operator 5 1 M Assist co-worker Scaffolding Supervisor / Safe Work
forklift forklift fatality to make sure Foreman Procedure for
Forklift well-maintain nobody is on the Forklift Operation
Speeding driveway Trained Forklift Driver
Checklist for forklift operator
Faulty Brake Keep a good
Drive slowly. Observe speed lookout when
limit. Reduce speed if approaching
necessary. corners or blind
spots.
Keep fork about 1 foot
above ground.

Only trained forklift operators


are allowed to operate.
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

3 Lifting the load -Overload -Property damage Ensure no overloading 3 3 M Operator to check Scaffolding Supervisor / Safe Work
-Body injuries to safe working load Foreman Procedure for
-Toppling of somebody Secure the load Forklift Operation
scaffold Trained Forklift Driver
materials Barricade the area if
necessary
-Congested
surroundings Check Surrounding

- Heavy human Secure steel ladder with


traffic. strapping belt
4 Transporting to Obstruction on Body injuries to To drive at low speed and 4 2 M Keep a good Trained forklift driver Safe Work
designated area driveway somebody right direction lookout when Procedure for
approaching Forklift Operation
Speeding. Property Damage Passage to be kept clear corners or blind
spots.
Uneven House keeping well
surface maintained

Uneven Plan the route


distribution of
load. Keep a good lookout for even
surface during transportation
and avoid going over any
debris.

If item transported obstruct


the forklift operators view,
move in the reverse
direction.
1. Hazard Identification 2. Risk Evaluation 3. Risk Control Reference

No. Task Step Hazard Possible Existing Risk Control Additional Risk Action Officer Follow- Document for

Severity

Likelihood

Risk Level
Accident/III Health Control Measure up Date) Reference
& Persons-at-risk

5 Unloading The load may Property damage Barricade the area 3 2 L - - Safe Work
slip out from fork (or) body injury to Procedure for
somebody No unauthorized person Forklift Operation
Toppling of near by
scaffold
materials Barricade the area if
necessary
Congested
surroundings Check Surrounding

6 Backing out and Vision block Property damage Warning buzzer activated 5 1 M Assist co-worker Scaffolding Supervisor Safe Work
park the forklift (or) Body injury Back view mirror to make sure Procedure for
Ensure the operator has nobody is on the Forklift Operation
clear back view driveway