JSA G22 Erection of steelwork by Pbq4B5W

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                                  JOB SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS (JSA) / SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT
                                                                                                                                         Location / Project:
ACTIVITY OR TASK: ERECTION OF STEELWORK
JSA Preparation &                                                                                                                        Job Number:
task work team:                                                                                                                          JSA Number: G22                                 JSA Revision:
Competence = Relevant Training/Qualifications + Experience
Competence/ Qualific’n
                                                                                                                                         Codes of Practice &
req’d to complete work
                                                                                                                                         Legislation that are
safely
                                                                                                                                         applicable:
JSA approved by                Name:                                  Position / Competence/ License:                Date:
person responsible i.e.
Team Leader / Tradesman

2. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION Identify hazards that may be present by ticking items on the list below.                                              3. PRECAUTIONS: hard hat, safety glasses, safety boots compulsory
     WORK LOCATION                     HAZARDOUS AREA                          HIGH RISK                         HIGH RISK                       ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS                                PERMITS
Difficult Entry/Exit              Hazardous Substances                Falling Objects                   Suspended loads                        Gloves: type ………………….                      Hot Work
Oxygen Deficiency                 - attach MSDS to JSA                Poor Lighting                     Poor Visibility                        Goggles                                    Excavation
Oxygen Excess                     Working at Heights                  Slippery Surfaces                 Inhalable Dusts/Fibres                 Full Face Shield                           Confined Space
Engulfment (trench collapse)      Remote Area                         Multiple Electrical Feeds         High Noise Levels                      High Visibility Vest                       Hazardous Work Clearance
Poisonous Gas Present             Motor Room Hazards                  Trip Hazards                      Use of Chemicals                       Harness                                    Access to Area
Temperature Extremes              Toxic Substances                    Electrical Hazards - LV           Elevated Work Platform                 Fire Extinguishers                         High Voltage Access
Defined Confined Space            Potential for Difficult Rescue      Electrical Hazards - HV           Difficulty to Communicate              Barricades                                 Scaffolding
Explosive Gas Present                                                                                   amongst workers                        Ventilation                                Other?
                                                                      Manual Handling                   Moving Machinery                       Lighting
                                                                                                                                                                                          PERMIT NUMBER
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES in work area / to be used -attach MSDS           Sharp Materials                   Tools & Equipment                      Erect Scaffolding to access
                                                                      Ladders used in the task          Heat/ Sunlight/ Radiation              Respirator or Dust mask
                                                                      Working at Heights                Traffic Movement                       Erect Warning signs
                                                                      Working near Crane &              Working near Operation                 Personal Locks or Tag system
                                                                      Crane Runways                     Processing Lines                       Group isolation
                                                                      Rail Movement                     Live Rails                             Welding screen
                                                                      Pressurised Fluids                Pneumatics                             Fall Arrest systems
                                                                      Flamm. Materials Present                                                 Welding Face Shield

4. ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS – (IMPACTS) tick those identified                                                                                                                             Consequences: how severe an injury?
                                                                                                                                                             Likelihood:
Air Pollution (dust, fumes)       Spills to ground                 Other:                                                    RISK RATING TABLE               How likely is it to        Death   Serious     Medical    1st Aid
                                                                                                           This table is used to calculate whether           be that bad?                       Injuries   Treatment    req’d
Noise (plant & equipment)         Soil Erosion                                                                                                                                                               Req’d
                                                                                                                  the hazard you have identified is
Spills to drains/waterways        Hazard to Flora /Fauna                                                           Extreme: 9-10         High: 7-8,          Almost Certain -            10        9          8          7
                                                                                                                                                             Expected to Occur
                                                                                                                  Medium: 5-6        or Low: 3-4
                                                                                                                                                             Likely – could               9        8          7          6
5. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:                                                                                                                                       happen sometime

Static Plant & Equipment                                                                            The objective of rating the risk is to lower the risk    Moderate – could             8        7          6          5
                                                                                                     by initiating risk control measures. The score is       happen but not likely
Mobile Plant & Equipment                                                                              noted in the JSA risk score column on the next         Unlikely – could
                                                                                                    page – both before & after risk control measures                                      7        6          5          4
Safety / Emergency Equip’t                                                                                                                                   happen but very rare
                                                                                                                                 have been nominated.        Rare - could happen          6        5          4          3
                                                                                                                                                             but probably never will


Revision Date: March 2005                                                                   ………. of …………..                                                                                        OHS-03-F01
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                                  JOB SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS (JSA) / SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT

 NAME OF TASK: ERECTION OF STEELWORK                                                                                                                JSA Number:                G22             Rev:

                                                                Potential Safety &                        Risk                Recommended Corrective Action or Procedure                                  Risk
 Step          Sequence of Basic Job Steps                Environmental Hazards/Impacts                  Rating    Determine what actions are necessary to eliminate or minimise all hazards that        Rating
 No.        Break down Job into steps. Each step should    Identify the hazards (health and safety or Use table on could lead to an accident, injury, illness or environmental incident. The risk must   Of the risk
 Logical      accomplish a major task and be logical.      environmental) associated with each step, the previous be reduced or controlled to a level that is acceptable before work commences.          following
sequence
                     Environmental Aspects                examine each to find all possible risk factors page to      Indicate who is to perform the action where applicable against each action         corrective
                                                                                                         score risk                                                                                        action


   1       Obtain PTW                                     Injury / damage as a result of                              Obtain correct PTW. Training in PTW system.
                                                          incorrect information
   2       Identify work area                             Risk of injury due to low awareness                         Take 5, be aware of hazards
                                                          of work environment
           Unloading and Laying out Steel Work            Steel work falling/moving when untying                      All care should be taken by all employees not to place themselves in a
   3                                                      fromtruck:                                                  situation where potential injury could occur when releasing/untying
                                                                                                                      steelwork.

                                                          Injury from movement of components                          Having slung the load all personnel should stand well away from
                                                          being lifted from truck.                                    potential danger areas until load weight taken


                                                          Hand and foot injuries when laying out                      Place all members on timber planks/pallets. Steel capped safety boots
                                                          steel work.                                                 and suitable gloves to be worn.



                                                          Injury to personnel when contact made                       The load shall be secured by tag line at all times when direct handling is
                                                          with uncontrolled swinging load:                            not possible.

                                                                                                                      The load shall not be lifted in conditions which do not permit control over
                                                                                                                      the load to be maintained.

                                                          Injury to personnel and/or equipment as                     Ensure all components are suitably tied down/secured during
                                                          a result of load movement or falling                        transportation.
                                                          from truck/trailer:




 Revision Date: March 2005                                                              ………. of …………..                                                                                     OHS-03-F01
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                              JOB SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS (JSA) / SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT
 4   Prefabrication of Components (it is        Muscle strain due to lifting and placing        Mechanical handling to be used where loads exceed 30kg. If mechanical
     desirable to prefabricate prior to final   of components:                                  handling is not available, help to be sought from other personnel to
     installation)                                                                              avoid potential injury.
                                                Failure of lift due to instability of           All components MUST BE tightly secured and sufficient bracing
                                                prefabricated components:                       (temporary or permanent) attached to ensure load retains stability.

                                                                                                Refer "Safety Manual Procedure" 4.11 "Safe Working At Heights".




 5   Erection                                                                                   Refer "Safe Work Practice for Elevated Work Platforms".
                                                Injury to persons from a fall from
                                                heights:
                                                                                                The immediate Supervisor in charge will, in consultation with all
                                                Injury to persons and damage to                 consultation with all employees involved, determine if it is safe for work
                                                equipment whilst using elevated work            to proceed and if so what precautions are necessary to execute all work
                                                platforms (EWP's):                              tasks safely.

                                                Injury to personnel as a result of              Before lifting any steelwork the rigger shall ensure that all members are
                                                working whilst raining or components            safely and securely slung and tag lines are affixed to their ends. When
                                                excessively wet:                                transferring lifts from horizontal to vertical position care shall be taken to
                                                                                                avoid unrestrained movement of the lower end. The use of lifting beams
                                                Injury to personnel when contact made           may be necessary during lifting and positioning of some members to
                                                with uncontrolled swinging load:                ensure stability. Refer "Safe Work Practice for Installation of Gridmesh".




Revision Date: March 2005                                                      ………. of …………..                                                                      OHS-03-F01
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                        JOB SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS (JSA) / SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT




Revision Date: March 2005                      ………. of …………..                           OHS-03-F01
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                                     JOB SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS (JSA)

                              CONSULTATION & SIGN-OFF RECORD
I confirm by my signature below, that I have attended a briefing on the requirements of the attached Job Safety &
Environment Analysis and agree to perform the work in the manner detailed on it.
I confirm that copies of the relevant Permits, MSDS's, Isolation Plans etc. have been reviewed.

                                                                                                            Rev:
  JSA NAME                                                               JSA No:


               NAME      (Please print)                             SIGNATURE                            DATE




THIS SAFE WORK BRIEFING / TRAINING WAS CARRIED OUT BY (responsible person at that location) :
Name:                                        Signature:                                      Date:

Client sign off (where applicable)


Site / Project Manager sign off (document reviewed)



Revision Date: March 2005                                                                                  OHS-03-F01

								
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