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									        HEALTH & SAFETY PLAN

                  FOR THE




             NEW DWELLING
              87 CARRWOOD

                                      C.M. VINES LIMITED
                                 Plumbing and Heating Engineers
                                            3A Smethurst Street
                                                      M24 2RA
                      Tel. 0161 653 7000      Fax . 0161 653 7113
                                  E-mail:- c.vines@bleonnect.corn
C.M. Vises Limited




     CDM Regulations —Company Health & Safety Policy

     CDM Regulations —Contracton Risk Amassment —Genend Scope of Worts

13    COM Regulations —Contractors Site Specific Method Statement

     CDM Romanians — Risk Assessments

     COM   RCONI001111.—   COSHH Re01111601119 Generic Substanca/Matnial ASSISSIMIelltS

             MAN CH ESTER
                M24 2BA



          E M P L O Y E E S G U I DE

                                       ISSUE DATE; APRIL 2008
C.M.VINES LIMITED — HEALTH & S AFETY P OL ICY                            P AC E 1


Section One               Introduction

Section Two               Health and Safety Policy

Section Three             Organisation

Section Four              Procedures for Reporting Accidents, Injuries
                          And Dangerous Occurrences

Section Five               Safe Working Practices and Procedures
C.MATNES LIMITED - HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                        PACE 2


     Section 2 (3) of the Health zed Safety it Work etc. Act 1974 requires each Company to prepare,
     and when appropriate revise, • wiittea statement of general pdiey with reaped to the Health and
     Safety of its employees whilst at work, the organisation aid arrangements is form for carrying ore
     the policy, and to bring tie policy statement to tie notice of all employees. This document ceasing
     die policy statement of C.M. Vises Limited.

11 It is the policy of the Baird ofDlrectors of C.M. Vines Limited that all operations shall be Carried
      we within tie rapairemelds of the Health sad Safety it Work AM 1974, bath in the spirit of the Art
      sad Made Hs lop! implremema.

1.3 This Segment ham been prepared se that the Company and its employees adopt sale working
      primates End comply lay will We nations statutory standard. However, It mist sot be assumed
      Martha coateMs o f this Semen embrace every eantimeney Went and observawee of Me
      policy does na Skye Ca Wimp; 1.1milied        hgal obligntians aka may Mier AS Remaladoes
      or Codes of Pramice.

1.4 Whilst every effort has be rode t. alba • com prehensive ama.yk eempatig thinker ea
     C.M. Vises L SiIS d iela lms napam elat y inn say mm sod s id es Sa nd in t hk d ocum ent
 C.M.VINES LIMITED — HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                               PAGE 3


     It is the polity of CM. Vises Limited to promote the Health, Safety sad Welfare of all employees
     whilst at work and to ensure that it activities do not constitute • hazard to oos-employees.

12   CM. Vises Limited will do all that is reaseable to preveat iMory and chomp to property and to
      protect eveneam from foresembk work hazards, inebidim the public, insofar as they come into
      coated with the Company.

     la particular, C.M. Viet! Limited has a respoasibility to:-

               Provide sad maintain • worthm emiroameat to secure the health, safety and welfare of all

     (U)      Ensure compliance with !merest statutory provisions for the health mid safety of all

     (Hi)      Provide information. trailthm, lastraelim sad 'mention to emahk all employees to
               perform their work safely sad efftdcally.

     (iv)      Make available ate necessary safety deviem and protective equipment 'ad sapenise their

     (v)       Mondale a mustard awl coatimalag Sterol I. heal* safety ad welfare matters
               appropriate to lie Cempsay's &MIMS; with meddler emphasis am eamakima and
               inolvieg maplayees, or their representatives, wherever possible.

            the CemPos1P&FeS.s. *MAT= have • part to play Y eta iimg the Mee' standards

     of safety and megrim fan capita, with Ow nuit emewte of the kat

25    Employees have • duty to co-operate rally k the operation of OM policy by:

     0)        Within oaf* sal efficiently, taking ressasbk tart for the health, safety ad welfare of
               themselves and a ether mama Yobs may be stinted by ear earsobsioss

     Op         MS.   the   prilliird“e eq uip m ent p ecked a id by wea n s la t eg n a lAg s fies s .

     (iii)     Seponlag maw& sad iirlirals Oa ban led, of may led Is as i•Ory or dam&

     (iv)      Adher toy eempmy ante/dares fear securing • safe IfIbiling eminrament.

     (v)      Assisting im the isweathanista ifs               with the akieet a isers&c.p.
              print& manes&
C.M.YINES LIMITED — HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                        PAGE d


3.1 The Board of Directors of CM. Vines Limited are responsible for the implementation of the Polley.

31 In view of the importance we place oa Health and Safety, the Minoring Director, Mr Chris Vines
      in bee. made respomsible fora)) matters affecting the Health, Safety sad Welfare of our employees,
      lachdiagibe maintennee of suck records ads certificates eta as are required by law and taking
      sack steps as are necessary to stop dangerous or illegal pneden.

33    In particular it will be his responsibility to:

               Maintain such records and certificates etc. as are required by law. Take

               such steps as are necessary to stop dangerous or Illegal practices. Aerie*

               measures taken to emote Health sad Safety.
               Hemeu familiar with cep regulation applicable to    sites where mer employees are
               engaged mod insist all those regulaHoos are observed.
                       that                      1
               Ensure all sus eemPloYmAPSW melarlY apprentices, are swore of sad adhere to the
               safety prop:dorm and preouliom.

      (vi)      Commend opermtives who, by seldom or IniEttive, eliminate hazards.

      (vii)     Investigate mad report on accidents and dangerous occurrences.

      II 6 our employees/operatives stain responsibility to:

      (i)       Use the correct tools and equipme•t for the job, keeping tnh n good condition, amd ese
               the required safety eqaipment mud prMeetive eletlliAg where mecesotry.

      (ii)      Comply at ill times with safe working practices/preced•nt

      (iii)     Report any defects in plant or equipment

      (iv)      Develop • personsi concern for safety, both for themselves and others, pertleolarly
               •ewcomen end young people.

      (v)       Avoid improvising, which cab& unnecessary risks.

      (vi)      Refrain from borstal              the abuse of welfare facilities.

      (vii)   Sanest ways of eliminating hazards.

      (mill) Report say l•eldent se amides( to the office immediately.
C.M. VINES LIMITED — HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                           PAGE 5


      It is the policy of C M Vines Limited to report, by means of an Accident Report Form, any
      accidents or events that result in Sluff , so matter how minor they may first appear.

41    In the unlikely event of a reportable accident, it is the responsibility of Mr Chris Vim to conduct
      whatever isvestigstioas are deemed necessary to identify the cause.

Al      Isis the employees responsibility to report all tweets Immediately, to enable the incident to be

4.4   The Accident report Form should be forwarded to the office for all reportable accidents, injuries,
      diseases and dangeroms occurrences.

      C.M. Vim Limited will report to the lend olrue of the Health aid Safety gasoline, by the
      quickest means, where any person, as • result of an accident, dies or suffers any of the injuries or
      cooditions specified In Paragraph 4.6 or when there is a dangerous occurrence as listed in
      Paragraph All.

      The Injuries and ealditiOns referred to above arc

      (i)       F r a c t u r e o f t he s k ul l, s p ine or p elvis .
      (ii)      Fracture of any bone —In the arm or wrist, but not • bone in the hand.
                                           -In the leg or ankle, but Not • bone in the foot.
      (tii)     Amputation of a hand or foot, finger, thumb or toe or any pit thereof lf diejoint or
               bone is completely severs-
      (iv)      The lam of sight in an eye, penetrating injury to the eye, or a chemical or hot metal burn
               to the eye.
      (v)       Either injory (including burns) requiring immediate medical treatment or loss of
               caestiousaess, resulting in either case from as electric shock from any electrical circuit
               er equipment, whether or not dee to direct contact.
      (vi)      Less of consmonsmess resulting frees lack of oxygen.
      (Ni)      Either acute Sans requiring medical treatment, or loss of canscionsneas melting from
               the eh...epilogs of any substance by inhalation, ingestion or through the skin.
      (viii) Any other Spry which email. S the penis Injured being admitted to Hospital for
               mere than 24 hours.

      MUM,. seven days of any of the previously listed events a report w W be seat to the enforcing
      antbority au a form approved for the porticoes of the Regulations.

      Additionally, where • person is Scagacitsted far work for more dna three wends days
      (excluding the day of the accident) became of an injury resnitimg Ism an accident from net
      Saks Rom Paranapocirmel S Paragraph 4.6) des within seven days • report of the accident will
      lee fonnulesno the =Strang aulbesity ea a In approved far the parpose.

9    When an employee, as a remit Si an accident at wadi, handfeed an Injury es csaajima
      reportable lade.' Puragrarb 4.4, will* is Scam, of Muir dentb wiRim me yen at the tee of
      the settl&at., the &H IM be reported is wilting In thenfoninsollinity.
C.M.YINES LIMITED - HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                          PAGE 6


MIS   When a persoa at work suffers from o.e of dm diseases specified in Colum• I of Schedule 2 of
      qtr Reporting of lajories, Diseases aid Daageroas Occurrences Revitalises of 1955, and their
      work involves one of the activities specified is the corresponding entry of Column 2 of that
      schedule, the responsibk person shall send • report to the enforcing authority.

All   Dangeroas Occurrences, which are notifiable wherever they actor, as previously mestio•ed in
      Paragraph 4. are:

             The collapse of, overturning of, or failure of any load bearing part of the lift, hoist, crane,
             excavator or mobile powered access platform, but not any winch, pulley, block, gin
             wheel, transporter Or ronw•Y.

      (ii)   Explosion, collapse or busting of any closed vessel, including a boiler or boiler tube in
             which the internal pressure was above or below atmospheric pressure, which might have
             ben liable to cause the death ofany perso• or which resulted le the stoppage of the
             plant involved for more thee 24 hours.

             Ellitn01 short circuit or overload attended by fire or explosion resulting in the
             stoppage of the plant involved for more thin 24 hours.

      (iv)    An explosion or flee in any pleat or place which resulted In the stoppage of the plant or
             smpeasion of normal work In tint place for more than 24 boar.

      (v)     The sudden, twoutrolled release of one tonne or more of highly flammable gas or
             flammable liquid above its belling point from any system or pipeline.

      (vi)    A collapse or part collapse of nay scaffead the Is Isere Mai S metres high, which results
             in • substantial part of the scaffold faRiag or overtaralag.

      (vu) Aay amintesded maimse sr partial collapse of any building or structure under
             asatstruedea or demalitisa, Settling • fall of more than 5 tonnes or material, or any
             building behg lased as a plan of work.
      (viii) The barsiag, explosion or collapse of • pipelime, tank storage vessel or any part thereof
              or ninteaded Ignition of anything in • pipeline that might have been liable to cause
              death or iMarY.
C.M.VINES LIMITED-HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                             PACE 7


        Control of Sabslances lumardoin to Health Regulations 191515 (COSHH)

        C.M. Vines Limited will limit exposure to and, where necessary, monitor the me of su bstances
        hazardous to health as an ongoing priority. Particular care will he taken with the introduction of
        new sobshinces and the risk will be assessed as required.

        In accordance with the requirements of COSHH. C.M. Vines Limited

        (i)       Assess the risk arising from work and what precattlons are needed.
        (ii)      Intranet appropriate measnres to prevent risk.
        (iii)     Ensure that control measures are in place and that equipment is properly maintained
                 and procedures observed.
        (iv)      Where necessary, emelt°r the exposare of our employees and carry out as appropriate
                 form of surveillance of their health.
        (v)       Inform, Instinct and train map loyees .bout the risks and procedures to be taken.

        Safety Regulations —General

5.1.1 All we of protective elothieg ad personal protective equipo llent is to be M Retardate with the
           relevant previsions of the CO51111 Reguhttians l9111

        Except where the foreseeable ridi of head injury is 'Matilda, liana helmets OWE he worn at all
        Ream when in the vicinity of conancties operations.
  5.1.3 Wear close fitting clothes such as overalls whilst at work and make sure they are the right length.

51.4 Change working clothes ad overalls regularly and keep them clean. Dirty and especially oil
         soaked clothes are • health hazard, i.e. cancer, as well as afire rbk.
   5.2.5 Wear stout footwear, preferably with safety toecaps for all defies.

5.2.6 Wear eaves when handling er carrying items will rough or sharp edges and when there 6a
         potential danger to the hands.

        Wear goggles where there is danger to the eyes, e.g.
                  Using • chisel
                                                           ....Aachen, chipping or drilling etc.
        Oil       Operating power tools or machines for
         (iii)    Sharpening tools
         (iv)     Weldim and Burning
        (v)       Working with acids, solvents etc.
C.M.VINES LIMITED - HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                            PAGE 8


5.3       First Aid

5.3.1    The Health sad Safety (Firm Aid) It egulatioas 1981 place a gement duty on employers to make
        sure that there is Seeman provision made for their employees !Obey are Injured or become III at
        work, and also nform them of the Pint Aid provision made for them.

5.3.2 On larger contracts, where there is a main contractor. he would normally be responsible for
        providing all facilities and we would request that he provides us with Form F2202 duly signed,
        upon which he will indicate the facilities he is providing.

        Apart from the above, on all jobs where there is • site set up, we Nl include • first aid box to
        cover our employees on site.

        Pennant! working is the gain/workshop will be able to make me of the first aid equipment on
        the premises.

135 Where our employees dut ies involve working away from the office or soy main site set op then
       they will be issued with an individual travelling kit.

        Office Practice

        Waste paper baskets should be kept either ender desks or left clear of passageways. Passageways
        most be kept clear of au obstructions.

5.4.2 Ooly one drawer of a fifing cabinet should be polled out at any one time to prevent the cabinet
        &Ring over. Pkn drawers should be kept closed when not in use.

        Copying machines and computers should be *witched of at night.

5.4.4 Items that fall on the floor and could nine an accident should be removed immediately.

5.4.5 Telephone cables should be kept in such positioos that they do not become • bazar& Junction
        boxes should he screwed down and situated under desks if possible.

5.4.6 Tables and chain should not be used as stepladders.

5.4.)    Heavy loads such as Ming cabinets, desks etc. should not be moved ithout help.
C.M.VENES LIMITED — HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                       PAGE 9


        Constractioa Sites or other Premises me which CM. Vines Limited Personnel art working.

5.5.1    Any person with a responsibility ftw Rabb and Safety visiting a site should first ascertain what
         safety rules are in place and cheek to see if they place any special obligations on CM. Vines Ltd.

5.5.2    During site vials Staff should ensure that operatives are observing safe working practices and
        that site conditions and equipment, plant and small tools are used In accordance with Health and
        Safety Regulations and relevant Codes of Practice.

5.5.3 Any operative found working is an unsafe manner or making himself, by his actions, a hazard to
        others, will immediately be stopped from doing so and warned. This will be noted me • Site
        Report Sheet and the warning confirmed in writing.

        Any item of plant or equipment observed or known to be defective should be withdrawn from use
        and returned tithe office as soon as possible, clearly indicating the fault or repair required.

5.5.3 In the event of the conditions on site being such as to cause a hazard or safety risk to C.M. Vines
        Limited employees or likely to hinder the progress of works, the site agent or foreman should be
        asked to remove or put right any risk or hazard.

        Safe Working Practice relating to OccupieWUsers Premises

5.6.1   Ensure that you are in possession of all the available information relating to the plant/equipment
        on which you are to work and that, so far as possible, the nature of the faidUwork to be
        undertaken is known to you.

5.6.2 Ask the responsible perms for any information relating to known hazards or particular
       requirements in respect of safety as they relate to the buildings or *NI on which you are to work

        Detennime the location of fire alarms, fire fighting equipment, first aid facilities and telephone.
        for emergency use. Ensure that all Means of escape from work areas art known to you and are
        clear of obstructions and adequately lit.

5.6.4   Determine the location of peinb of indatiOn of services, i.e. mains water, gas, electricity,
        compressed air etc and before undertaking work ensure they are, in so far Is is necessary,
        Isolated and suitable notice affixed to wane alien against re-connecting these services.

5.6.5 Ensure that you have adequate tools and equipment to undertake the work to be carried out,
        including all protective clothing as appropriate and ensure that these are in a satisfactory
        condition and safe to me. Where it is necessary to use any tools or equipment belonging to others,
        ensure that permission b obtained and that they are sole to use.

5.6.6 On completion of the work, before leaving site, you must report to • person in authority to notify
        them as to the work that you have earned out and whether or not the plant/equipment is axle to
        operate. They should also be notified that MI doors, meter houses, switchboards, etc. are dosed
        and locked where apprOprilite and left in safe condition.
C . M . V I N E S L I M I T E D - H E A L T H & S A FE TY P O L I C Y                                   PAGE 10


5.7       Code of Practice for G a s Installations like Gas Safety Destallatioe and Usel Regulations 1984)

5.7.1     Always ensure that upon entering • building you report to • respoosibk person.

5.7.2     Always ascertain any rekva at Health and Safety procedures applicable to the premises.

5.73      When working, be safety minded and use common sense Le. Never search for gas leaks with a
          naked flame, nee soapy water or detection fluid.

          If a smell of ps is present in the room you are to work, isolate the supply and ventilate room
          before commencing work.

          When testing for faults on burners etc. turn off main gas valve or isolate the main solesold valve
          until the pilot flame is proved stable.
          N.B. Test that the main valve is closed wheel electricity is switched off, as it h possiMe to stick in
                  the open position.

          Beware when handling probes aid U.V. Cells on gas boners, as some hold a 240V supply even
          when the burner Is in the satisfied position.

         Beware when working on motors with capacitors lifted, these hold • 240V charge eve. when the
         mails electric is switched OFF.

5.7.8 Always follow manufacturers Instructions before working on mains electric controls Le. always
         isolate supply before removing coven from controls, burners, taus, switches, isolators etc.

5.7.9 Before switching on the burner ensure that there are no re strietioNs to the fames/gas escaping by
         checking the Bees and main chimney for obstructions and correct dmaght.

5.7.10 Always work with the burner firing into the combustion chamber, unless the main isolator is
         switched off.

5.7.11 Do not handle combustion brickwork or any appliance inside the boiler which is in direct line of
        flame, i.e. gas manifold assemblies, without wearing protective gloves, as these may be hot, whilst
        looking normal.

5.7.12 Always Mad to one side of the boiler whenever opening the ex plosion door as back beat or gas
         fumes could be present

5.7.13 Always wipe up any lubricating oil spillage etc. and never leave containers in boiler house after
         working on harmer. (This is a lire hazard)
C.M.VINES LIMITED- HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                           PAGE II


5.8 Safe Working Praetke for Steam and Water Pipework Installations, Pumps and Fans

5.8.1 Always ensure that the system is 'salted, wherever p ossible by salving off, however never trust
        that valves are holding test as follows:
          (i)    Cheek that no pressure is in tie system by loosening of plugs or drain cocks, air vents e t c .
          (ii)   If the pressure does not decrease th en drain the system.

5.8.2 When working on steam systems, remember that the pipe an which you are working could still
        be order pressure and hold steam, even when isolated. Give adequate time for the steam to

         Win working on the electrical supply to appliances, a lw a ys isolate before removing protective
         covers. Beware when working on pumps and motors with capachors fitted as these will hold a
         charge even when dismantled.

5.8.4 When working on pumps, extract fans, intake fans in ducts, or other electrically operated
        appliances not of sight of the isolating switch, always disconnect the electricity supply by
          removing the fuses and hanging • warning sign on the switch. Always wedge the fan blades with
        • wood block or wedge before commencing work.

5.8.5 At all times when working on any services make sure that notices are displayed in prominent
          positions to indicate that work is le progress.
C.M.VINES LIMITED — HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                            PAGE 12


5.9 Code of Practice ftw Handling of Tubes and Fittings

         Asa result of tatting, it is possible that burn and marl may be present on the end cuts of tubes.
         When handling ensure that protective gloves are worn.

5.93 Protective clothing and gloves should be worn wheal handling products coated with corrosion
        preventative oils or varnishes and normal standards of hygiene should be observed e.g. regular
        washing and changing of overalls.

         Bagged ancillary fittings are generally supplied in plastic or hessian bags and these may break
         open if not properly handled. Bags of andantes and fittings should be handled with care and the
         package examined before lifting to ensure that there art no splits in the container. On no account
         should hooks be used to handle the packages.

         Bundling lies, ropes or steel bands surrounding bundles of tube are intended only to prevent
         separation during transit and storage. Under no drcumstances should bundling ties, ropes etc. be
         used as lifting points or be relied on to secure bundles during lifting or other movement.

         Hot rolled or treated tube may exhibit a certain amend of surface scale. This may give rise to
         flying particles when machining, so the appropriate eye protection shoold be worn.

         When subjected to dented temperatures as daring welding, hearing, flame netting etc. steel
         tubes coated with corrosion inhibitor such as preventative oils or varnishes may give rise to
         noxious limes. in particular, zinc called (galvanised) tubes give off tine oxide fumes when
         subjected to elevated temperatares. As precautionary and protective onsores care should be
         taken to minimise exposure to such fume, and ensure adequate ventilation is provided.

         In the tam of handling Large diameter steel or east iron pipe it is important to assess the risk
         involved and apply the following bask principles:

                   If the pipe has to be carried it is important to make sure that you have a dear
                   unobstructed path and beware of slippery surfaces.
                   Never try to lift more than you feel comfortable with and ensure that you can see over
                   the load when carrying it.
                   Ensure you ha e s fin, grip with the palms of the hands and the roots of the fingers,
                   and never change grip while carrying — rest the load first on some lino support, then
                   When carrying homy Pipe two or more men must be used The same basic principles
                   apply when two or more men are lifting the same object, however the lifting gam) mast
                   work as a team and be given instructions by one man only.
                   When lifting heavy pipe into position, above head height, it is important to prepare •
                   suitable working platform to operate from to ensure that no over-reaching Gann. You
                   must ensure that each man in the team knows precisely what to do and how to do it.
                   Where dealing with henvY lengths of pipe, a block and tackle set up should be used to
                   winch the pipe into the approximate position, so that manual handlingillftiog is kept to
C.M.VINES LIMITED - HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                    PAGE 13


5.10 Welding Procedures

5.10.1 All welding work carried out by welders net comply wire the recommendations con hied in
        the Code of Practice of Welding.

5.10.2 All welders employed on pipework welding shall be holders of a Certificate of Competency that
        has ban issued in accordance with the tests set out in Appendix 1 of the Code of Practice.

5.10.3 Welders should ensure that suitable stagings, screens and protective clothing are used to mud*
        them to perform welding operations satisfactorily and safely without causing hazard to others in
        the licimity.

        All welding equipment shall be in • safe and sound condition and he thoroughly checked for
        correct operation prior to use.

5.105 The surfaces to be welded should be cleaned thoroughly of Malt, wt, pilot, oil or other foreign

5.10.6 To oaaletsin the recommended alignment and gap during welding, in accordance with Section
        6 of the Code of Practice, the pipes to be welded should be securely held in position by
        tacking indict mechanical means.
               ES LIMITED — HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY                                                PACE 14


5.11   Code of Practice for the Me of Ladders and Scaffold

LIM All ladders provided or used by C.M. Vines Limited employees/operadves are to be thoroughly
         checked before use Ain defects are to he reported to the office and the ladder is to be
         immediately token out of use entil repaired or replaced

511.2 Ladders are to be of a suitable height and constrection for the task 'evolved. Wherever possible
       the top of the ladder should extend at least 1 metre over and above the top obstacle, and be tied
       to • sellable place or part of the bedding.

5.113 Ladders are to be erected in an approved manner by two persons, one pence footing the
       bottom of the ladder whilst the other person erects it At all times the operadve on the ladder
       should be protected at dm foot by the other person.

5.11.4 The ladder Is to be clear of obstructions and on • Wm base before use

5.113 The 1 to 4 rano, i.e. I wit Oldwarda for every 4 wits in height, should be strictly adhered to.

5.11.6 General rules concerning height of Scaffold Tower platforms are:

                  When being used external to the building, three times the minimum base width.
        (ii)      When being used inside • building, three and a half times the minimum base width.

5.11.7 Always ensure that the tower is correctly assembled, in line with manufacturers instructions,
        with special care taken to cheek that handrails, floorboards, out-riggers and toe boards are
        adequate and fitted.

5.11.8 Do not attempt to mix parts of scaffold from different emenfacterers is this Is dangerous
       and will invariably lead to accidents. It also invalidates any manufacturer, g•arantees.

5.11.9 Ascent and dement of the tower must be nedertaken within the framework of the tower only.

5.11.10 If the tower is fitted with wheels these must be locked before ascent

5.11.11 When movies the tower, it must be completely clear of personnel, equipment and materials and
       must be moved by its base. Never attempt to move the sciffold from the top.

5.11.12 When working on ladders or scaffold never attempt to reach out too far, always move the
C.M. Vines Limited



               COM Regalations —Contractors Risk Assessment —General Scope of Work..

        The Plumbing & sewing Sub-Contract Works In connection with the above Project comprbe the
        following works to be undertaken on the proposed development:

1.23    Installation of new soil and vent pipework from the connections to the underground drainage
        system at Ground Floor level up to serve each item of sanitaryware within the properties.

1.23    Installation of new gas And condensing heating boiler, underfloor besting system aid steel panel
         roamer system In the loose.

1.2.4   Instalhnio. of new In and cold water services In each louse to supply each Bathroom, rosette and
        Installation of    natural gas services within the house to supply each headag boiler.
        Testing and Commissioning of the installations on completion.
                                              RISK ASSESSMENT

  Company           C M Vines Limited
                    3A Smethurst Street. Middleton, Manchester, Lancashire, M24 2EIA
 Company            Tel: 0161 653 7600, - Fax: 0161 653 7113. - Mobile: 07974 824671, - Email:
 Address            o v i n e s a b t c o n n e c t _ c o m

 Project            NEW DWELLING      3 c\ , co 1
 Project Number     M284/08

   Assessment Date Review Date          Name of Assessor       Unique Reference
 1202008           1/6/2009             John Walker            RISK21_12 6 2008

 Trade               Plumbing 8 Heating Engineer
 Activity            Domestic heating and plumbing                              irk3
                     General Operative
Person(sJ at Risk    Labourer
                     T r a d e sp e r s o n

 Hazard              Dangers arising from lack of pre-planni

                              Measures are in place to ensure the competence of everyone working
                               under the control of this company (otter contractors, their employees
                               and other individuals) to carry out their work without undue risk to the
                               health or safety
                              Measures are in place to ensure, so far as is appmpriate. the co-
 Risk                          operation of other contractors and their employees in matters of
 Management                    health and safety
                              Measures are in place to ensure, so far as is appropriate, the co-
                               ordination of the work activities of different oontnictors hi the interests
                               of health and safety
                              The health and safety plan will be reviewed periodically and amended
                               as necessary
Residual risk
SEVERITY             Low
Residual risk
Health/Safety Hazard          T     h     e       u s e            o f          l a d d e r s
Risk Management                          Ladders are only used as a place of work for tight work of
                                          short duration where there is a low risk of falls
                                         All work from a ladder can be carried out without over-
                                          stretching and with one hand on the ladder at all times
                                         The ladder is tied-off and than-fore cannot slip
                                         The ladder is placed on firm ground or positioned on a board
                                          to prevent sinking into soft ground
                                         Ladders are only used as a means of access, not as a place
                                          of work
                                         Materials that could cause instability are not carried up
                                         A second person is to foot the ladder when it cannot be
                                          effectively secured and it W otherwise safe to do so
                                         Only ladders that are in good condition with no visible defects
                                          are used
                                         Ladders are set at the correct angle, 1 unit out for every 4
                                          units of height to its point of rest (ladder rests at an angle of
                                          75 degrees)
                                         Ladders extend to at least 1 metre (about 5 tunas) above the
                                          landing point, or an alternative handhold is provided
                                         Onl o ne r so n is o n a lad d er at an o ne tim e
Residual risk -SEVERITY       Low
Residual risk LIKELIHOOD      Low

HeatthIS ty Hazard                      use of stepladders
Risk Management                          Users are instructed in the safe use of stepladders
                                         particularly of the dangers of 1) over-stretching rather than
                                         returning to floor level and moving the step ladder 2) using
                                         stepladders on an uneven surface 3) standing on the steps
                                         within the top third of the stepladder d) not positioning the
                                         step-ladder so that the user laces the work without twisting
                                         Stepladders are only used where the restraining device (e.g.
                                          cords or shuts) can be fully extended
                                         Pre-use inspections are carded out by sets bef
                                         stepladder is used
                                         Only one person is on a step-ladder at any one time
Residual risk SEVERITY        Low
Residual risk - LIKELIHOOD    Low

                             The use of hand tools, including powered and cartridge operated
Health/Safety Hazard
                                   • All hand tools and power tools are suitable for their intended
                                   • Only electrically powered tools that operate from a 110v
Risk Management                       supply are allowed on site
                                   • Battery powered tools are used wherever possible
                                   • Users of hand tools carry out a pre-use visual inspe lion
   All tools are serviced as is neces sary
   All tools. particularly power tools, are stored in a safe condition when not is use
   Trailing electrical leads are kept to a minimum and routed so that tlRV are not a tripping hazard.
Residual rick - SEVERITY             Low
Residual risk - LIKELIHOOD            Low

Health/Safety Hazard                  Electrical safety including temporary electrical installations
                                             Residual current devices are checked for correct operation on
                                              a daily basis
Risk Management                              All temporary services are installed by competent contractors
                                             Temporary electrical distribution systems and modifications to
                                              them are        d des ned b a com ent•rson
Residual risk -SEVERITY
Residual risk - UKEUHOOD              Low

Heath/Safety Hazard                   The use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
                                             As far as practical, work is organised so that PPE is
                                              All necessary PPE is provided tree of charge to employees,
                                              including the replacement of lost or damaged PPE
                                              The users of PPE are involved in the selection of the PPE
                                              that they have to use
                                              Training in the correct use of PPE is given where appropriate
Risk Management                               A minimum standard of PPE (safety boots, safety helmet.
                                              high visibility waistcoat) is worn at all times
                                              Storage space is available for when PPE is not in use
                                              Risk assessments identify when additional PPE must be
                                              Signs are displayed to indicate when additional PPE must be
                                              worn, e.g. areas with high levels of noise
                                              Staff are informed of the limitations of the effectiveness of
                                              PPE and how to use and care for it
Residual risk - SEVERITY
Residual risk • LIKELIHOOD            Low

14salth/Salety Hazard                  The storage and disposal of waste mat erials
                                          •   Skips are available for disposal of waste materials and are
                                              emptied regularly
                                          • Waste materials are disposed in an approved manner of by
Risk Management                              licensed contractors
                                          • Arrangements are in place for the safe removal of waste
                                          • Waste is sorted into separate skips when necessary due to
                                            the varied nature of waste
                                  Rubbish and other waste materials not in skips is stored
 Residual risk - SEVERITY     Low Low
 Residual risk - LIKELJHOOD

Health/Safety Hazard          Hearing loss due to exposure to      cess    noise
                                     Sources of excessive noise are eliminated where possible
                                     Staff likely to be exposed to noise are informed of the
                                      possible hearth effects including a permanent loss of hearing
Risk Management                      Appropriate PPE (hearing protection) is provided and tvom
                                      when and where necessary
                                     Users of PPE are trained and instructed in how to use and
                                      maintain it effect
Residual risk -SEVERITY       Low
Residual risk - LIKELIHOOD    Low

 HeattIVSafety Hazard         Circulatory illness due to exposure to hand/arm vibration
                                     Vibration measurements are obtained for tools that cause
                                      hand/arm vibration from an existing data-base
                                       Other work methods reduce an individuals exposure to
                                      hand/arm vibration
 Risk Management                       Training and information is provided on the causes,
                                      symptoms and methods of minimising the effects of hand/arm
                                       A system is in place for the reporting of harm-arm
                                              vibration rns
 Residual risk -SEVERITY
 Residual risk - LIKELIHOOD   Low

HaeKIVSafaly Hazard           Back and other          usculo-skeletal injuries due to manual handling
                                   • Specific manual handling risk assessments carded out for
                                         those manual handling activities where a risk of injury has
                                         been identified
                                   • The need for manual handling is eliminated or reduced as far
                                         as is practical by 1) the availability of mechanical handing
                                         devices/machinery 2) the positioning of storage areas as near
                                         as is practical to where materials will be used 3) the
Risk Management                          avoidance of 'double handling'
                                   • Information, instruction and training provided on safe manual
                                         handling techniques
                                   • Control measures such as splitting large loads down into
                                         several smaller loads or team-lifting are employed where
                                   • Guidance provided on risk reduction measures e.g. 'team
                                     li -/    DI dividin the load kinetic handli      etc.
                                    Carrying routes are kept clear of slip and trip hazards and
                                     other obstructions
                                 Level and firrn floor surfaces are maintained
                                 Staff are encouraged to report work-related back pain at an ea
Residual risk - SEVERITY     Low
Residual risk - LIKELIHOOD   Low

 Health/Safely Hazard        wars disease due to the presence of rats and other vermin
                             The presence of vermin discouraged by careful disposal of
                             food waste
 Risk Management                 Adequate washirrg/showednp facilities are available

  Residual risk-SEVERITY     Low
Residual risk - LIKELIHOOD   Low
                                  WORK EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
               87 earrivood s Halebsms                                      12106/08
Taskroninct __________________________________________________________ Date ___________

                                                                             if no
                                                      if yes
   Hand Tools
         Staff instructed to check before use

         Special Risks identified mid assessed
        Precautions for Special
Risks                                 Personal Protective Equipment

Power Toob
        Staff 'rained hi use
        Stiff instanter to check before use

        All 1130i9 I IOV or battery powered

        Nominal c he cks programmed

        Tool mairdenance prognorime
        Special Risks idenfified and assiscsnd

        Records Kept
        Precautions far Special
                                    Personal Poisiosive Equipment

Mobile Plant
        Staff tabled is use, certificated

        Staff instructed to check before use

        Named maintenance Programme

        Special Risks xleurafied and assessed

        Recolds Kept
        Precautions for Special
                 Risks _____

Lills and Hoists
        Staff trained in use

        Staff instructed to check beim use

        Planned rnathliouince progremme

        Inspection programme

        Special Risks identified and assessed
        Records Kept
        Precautions for Special

Other Equipment                                         
        Special Risks idonsfied and assessed            
        PrecaNions for Special

                                                      Dale 12/06/08

                                                                   Managing Director
 Print N a m e : C NINmes                             POSii100•

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                                 M A N U A L H A N D L I N G C H E CK L I S T
xaspicantnet 87 Canwood, Ilalebams. Almnabam
                -                                                                   an, 12106/08

Activities coveted by this amemment
Site Handling ofPlant MxtiPmcat

                                                           x if no
        blipilkadat Risk el Injury?                                (blue, assessment is complete)
        Ca risk be avoided?                                        Of Yes. document arrangements)
        Can risk be rained?                                        (If Yes, document arrangements)
4.      Dom staff regain training?                                 PfYes, documean arrangements)

        Fattier Action: ______________________________________________________________

                                Information to salable von to Ammer Questions I -

                                                 if yes     x if no
        Difficult to hold
        Harmful (Amp, hot, etc)
        Sammons                              

        Load high/low,        pingirtnciin                      

        lam carrying distances

      High work rate
        Poor floors
        Variation in levels
        Poor lighting
         Task requires unusual capability
      Require special training
Mechanical Aids
      Lifts and Hoisx                        

        Access Equipment

If V Specify ___________________________________
Signed: ___________________________________ Date 12/06/08

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thesothsetheth 87 Canwooth Halebams, Altnocham                                           Date 12/06/08

                                                         1 if yes           28   if no
Head Protection
        Hied Ha Sec                                                         
        If Other - speedy risk ______________________________________________________
        Hard Hats issued to staff

Eye Protection
       Nawte of Tiek WO= OthrationthUse of Solvent Weld Canoe
           e Po/teflon Issued to stall
        T'pc SWAY Conies lo BS 2092/1ES105

Foot Protection
        Nathre of risk Trth iPmetrallmiMal411111irOact
        Foal PratediOR issued 10 91811
        Type Steel Toecap Huey Duty Bugs

Hand and Arm Pita                eq u ip ment and mammas
        Nall= of risk

        GleveseGauntthls usuatho stuff
        Type Lather Palm limy Duly Oases

Body Protection
        Nature of risk Site Visibilik/Ovuells
        P ____ ore Clothing issued to staff                 IZI
        m   y   High         bility W4%049.1.204 Geneva werkpbee Overalls

Emig Protect:co (COSFITI Rep)
        NHIUre of risk (Ref b assessment) Snivel' Weld Cenic° Flimcs
        RYE Oust/Fume/41e imsem Sakti to slatT                              
             High tirade PPP 1 Dust Math to OS 149

Hearing Protection (Noise at Work Rep)
      Nature of risk We et Units etc

        Hearinf0 BS Odert11352A° Staff                       WI             CI
        Type ______________________________________________________________________
For each above
        Training is correct use                              El          ) if No for any item
        Checking before Use                                  iii          El I listed above as issued
        Instructions Felled as to when to me                 FA          } to site operatives -
        Mihantance (gnat diklotante)                                    } adieu required
                                                            Date 12/06/08

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C.M. Vines Limited



1.3    COM Regulations - Contractors Site Specific Method Statement

13.1 As the building works progress, the site will he surveyed to determine the services Involvement and
       compliance with the agreed construction dinwInga lospecdom will be undertaken on the house
       development to ensure that all construction work carried out does not hinder or obstruct the
       proposed services installation. All contraventions will be reported to the Site Manager.

1.3.2 On the house being watertight the final positioniag of the Bathroom, En-suite and Kitchen
       equipment will be carried out and hole positions in the floors for the soil & vent riser pipework
       &mastic. will be marked. This procedure will be adopted ILI the development is progressed.

1.3.3 The installation of the soil sad vent pipework at ground Boor level will commence from the
       connections to the underground drainage system.

1.3.4 Installation of dm new cold water services distribution pipework from the incoming mains position
      within the house.

1.3.5 As the house is made available the first ID installation of the heating and domestic water services
       distribution pipework will be carried out in preparation of the heating boiler, underfloor heating
       system, radiators and noltarymare lostagations.

1.3.6 On comidelion of the soil and vent pipework holes through the shim at each Boor level the plpework to
       the Bathroom, Ea-ndte and Kitchens will be installed and foal connections made.

1.3.7 Once the internsl partition walls are completed within the house the heating holler, underfloor heating
       pipework and manifolds, radiators and sanibrprare will be installed along with the final connections
       to the her and cold water services dishibution pipework.

1.3.9 The services installations will be Tested as the work progresses and final Commissioning of the
       installations will be Carried Out en) COMplellart.
                                  METHOD STATEMENT

Contractors Details:

C M Vines Limded, SA Smethurst Street, Middleton, Mandlester. Lancashi e, M24 26A
Tel: 0161 653 7000- Fax: 0161 653 7113- Mobile: 07974824671- Email:

Project name:
                                                                            Project no:

PROPOSED NEW DWELLING                                                        M320/07

Method Statement Title:

Plumbing & Keating Installation

Risk Assessment No.

RISKI 6 3 4 2008

                                          Start Date                  Expiry Date
      Method Statement Validity
                                          01101108                     01101109

                                                                               Check ed a
Rev                 n                 Amendment details      Prepared by
                                                                              approved by

Original                           Not applicable

                                          Pop I of 6
Known hazards:

Storage of materials (excludes LPG, waste and environmentally damaging materials which are
covered elsewhere)
Working at height-general
The use of ladders
The use of scaffolds including prefabricated tower scaffolds
The use of hand tools, including powered and cadridge operated tools
The use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
The storage and disposal of waste materials
Back and other musculo-skeletal injuries due to manual handling activities

Means of access:

L °canons when work will be wined out                     Access equipment required Details of specialist
Housing DevelOPment

Work details:

Domestic Plumbing & Heating Installation
Sanitaryware Indallation
Above Ground Drainage

Permits to Work:

Permits to Work will be issued and co-ordinated by;

 Permits to Work will be required for the following work activities;


                                                 naps 2 of 6

                       Part al job (or all of job)                               Supervisor            Contact
All of Job                                                              Lae Dolierty               0161 653


Labour impartments:                                                                 Competence cards held.

Total number work force)         4

Specialist skills required;      Plumbing & Fleeting Qualifications
                                Corgi Registered ACS Gas Operatives

Health and safety monitoring:

The day to day standards of health and safety will be monitored and controlled by;

Lee Doherty

Plant inspection and training

Plant/equipment               Operator competence        Inspection/               Supplier
required                      required                   Examination
                                                         Certificates Required
Handlools                              Yes                         No
Electric Battery Drills                Yes                         No

 Disconnection I reconnection of services

     Services to be               Disconnection /            Certification that
     disconnected /             reconnection carded          disconnection /           Method of locating buried
     Reconnected                       out by             reconnection Ms been                services
                                                              carried out by

                                                     Pea 3 of 6
Hazardous substances:

Will asbestos be disturbed?        NO

If YES or NOT SURE, identify the specialist contractors that will be involved;

The hazardous substances that will be used are;

Solvent Weld Jointing Cement
Flux Resin
Propane Gas

                                                                  harmful effects by;
The users of hazardous substances wilt be protected from the

Appropriate Training, low Level of Use and PPE

Air quality sampling will be required during the use? disturbance of the following hazardous


Occupational health assessments:

Achvites requiring health assessment                              Substance involved
                                                                                           Navels) of



Occupational heath assessments          a be arranged by;

Orropational health assessments will be carried out by;

                                                noes 4 of 6
Personal protective equipment (PPE):

        PPE that snit require specialist training:                  Trainng arranged by;
                                                                                                   carried out

Emergency procedwes:

The possible causes of an on-site emergency arising from this job are;

Use of Propane Gas Cylinders for Hot Work
Inhalation of Solvent Weld Cement

Emergency procedures are communicated to the worldorce by.

Chris Vines and Lee Doherty

In the event of an emergency, contact details are;

                       Name.                                  Telephone number,             Mobile telephone
aids vines                                                0181 853 7000                    07973 824871

Environmental Controls

                                                               The control measures that will be put in
The potential threats to the environment are;                  place are;


The types of waste that will be generated and                  The methods by which the types of waste will
stored are;                                                    be disposed of are
Cardboard and Plastic Wrappings to Equipment
Pipe Off Cuts

                                                     Page 5 of 6
Protection of the public

The health and safety of members of the public wilt be achieved by;

The health and safety of the public when worldng in occupied buildings will be achieved by:

Public nuisance

The potential sources of nuisance to neighbouring people / properties are


The person who is responsible for communication with the public is:

                                              Para 6 of 6
              HVCA                        RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART I I                                                                              Ref. No
Site / work locatioa
Work activity I
Coxtract type:
Perseus Exposed                                       )( Comments (inclade reference to disabled trainees, etc.)
Emptiness                                             
Other workers                                         
Public                                                
Hazards Identified                                    I / preseut/requiring control                                    a if abseat/not significant
Physical lajitry Hazards                               Physical Agents                                                Manual Handling
Mobile Plant                                          Ionising Radiation                                            Manual Handling Injury                             
Moving parts of machine                               Lasers                    
Moving Materials                                      Ultraviolet Light          0                                   Miscelkmeous
Falls from heights                                    Cold Objects                                                  Weather                                            
Access EguiPmelll                                     Hot Objects                                                   Lone Working                                       
Slips, TriPs, Falls                                   Temperature                                                   Confined Spaces                                    
Excavations                                           NoiseNibration                                                Restricted Access                                  
Pressurised Systems                                   Hazardous
Electrical                                            Hazardous Substances                                          Other                                              
Hot Work/Fire                                         Micro-organisms           0                                    Other                                              
Explosion                                             Vermin/Weirs Disessr                                          Otlmr                                              
If Other memo

Specific Site Coaditions utituz                        se elements Ouch male sepiolite nos oo 'AMOY/                          comemeas rs roof wort ,,,.)                we
                                                    Rome reatitiois et. tee tame &DIYWO/a/                  -

Risk Evelasfioa (see dtecklist above)
Score         I      2     3 LOA:Rood of Ham-L                                                            Severity - S                          Risk Number - LoS
 Unlikely / Pastime i Lady        sum I 3                                                                 Some I -3                             (Scores spplied)
 minor/ Moderate / serious
Physical Injury                                                                                                                                            0
Physical Agents
Hazardous Substances                                                                                                                                       V
Manual Handling                                                                                                                                            V
Miscellaneous                                                                                                                                              o
State Key Risks (Use risk evahnitlam score for granitic.,                                                                                  )

Control Measures - See Risk Assessment Summary Form 2 attached

Signed. ...................................................................................... Date ...............................................

Prim Name ................................................................................. Position            ......................................................

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        INCA              RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                              Ref. No.
 Site /work locution
 Assessmeat for:
 Signifient risks:
 Procedares etc.








 Coin atnaitations

 Other Prot:edema

The above centrals have been selected to protect the health and safety or operatives and othen that may be
affected by the work- The metro's have been designed to protect against the risks recorded co Risk
Assessment So...nary Pert I. This general guidance should only be used when it is approprite to specific site


 HVCA Risk Management Manual                                                                           Soh AM/
Example Risk Assessment
To nee - Read carefully and check specific site conditions

            HVCA          RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                                Ref No. RA 7
 Site /work location
 Assessment for:         Pipe SolderMg
 Sienificant risks:      Fumes tire and burns.
 Documents                Hot
                          work permit to control        fire risk.

 Procedures etc.          Company procedure and/or HVCA Welding Guide.
                          General guidance for operatives on safe working on site    .

 Information              Operatives advised of risk of fume exposure, bums, causing fire.

 Instruction              Site safety arrangements, including emergency fire procedures, to be
                          included in bnefmg to operatives. Forced ventilation to be used If in
                          poorly naturally ventilated area

 Training                 Induction for all operatives.     Operatives engaged in work to be
                          competent or under supervision of competent person. Emphasis on need
                          to avoid overheating, and cleaning area of dust Nub-floors) before work
 Supervision              Check required at commencement that arrangements are in force
 Aetna                    Access to each work area should be safe.
 Environment              Area should be generally well ventilated.            Soldering not to be
                          undertaken    close to flammable      materials  without taking    special
                          precautions      The sub -floor, which ma y conta in dust which ca n
                          ignite/explode, should be inspected and cleaned if necessary_
 Equipment                Equipment should be checked prior to use. Fire fighting equipment
 Emergencies              Fire protection arrangements should be advised to operative.      Work
                          should tease minimum of 30 minutes before leaving site, and checked
                          prior to leaving. Standard site first aid, fire protection evacuation,
                          accident reporting and investigation.
 COIIIIIIIMICSAIMIS       Client may require participation in Hot Work Permit
 COSHH                   COSHH assessments should be available and checked for soldering
                         fume protection.
 Personal Protective      Safety footwear and head protection may be required.         Respirator
 Equipment                required if absence of adequate ventilation.
 Other Procedures         Manual handling of materials, equipment to work area

The above cootrob have been selected to protect the health and safety of operatives and others that my be
affected by controls have been designed to protect against the risks recorded on Risk
Assersateot Sony Part I. This geed/ guidemee shoold any be used when OS appropriate to sPedric Ate

HV CA Risk Ma nneme nt Ma nua l                                                                       kb 200
Example Risk Assessment
To use-Read carefully and check specific site conditions

       HVCA               RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2                            I       Ref No. RA 8
 Site / work location
 Assessment for:          General Plambiag
 Significant risks:       Falls from height, fumes and bums (hot work), back strain ey e injuries,
                          minor physical 'triunes (tools), mint sealants        )
 Documents                Company Policy - operatives to be experienced or work under
 Procedures etc.          supervision o experienced, competent person       .

                          Operatives advised of risks of mum/ from falls from height, carrying
 Info rmatio n            materials, arising from tool use and of bums and fumes from hot work              .

 lastructios              Operatives instructed in system of work required protecting against risks

                          Induction on safe site working.       Trammg on good working practices
                          with tools .

 Supervision              Routine checks required to ensure good working practices maintained           .

 Acc®                     Access may be awkward in places, and requires some pre -plamung to
                          ensure appropriate access equipment available         .

 Environment              Reasonable lighting for general access and specific tasks     .

 Equipment                Equipment (employers responsibility) to be checked prior to use
                          Tools   (responsibility of individual   operatives) to be checked                     by
                          supervisor at intervals.

 Emergencies             Standard site first aid, fire protection, evacuation, accident reportung and
                         investigation. For hot work extinguishers should be to hand
 Commusications          For maintenance work - liaison with client over availability of services
                         and facilities
 COSHII                   Joint sealants and similar materials require COSHEI assessment.       Hot
                          work may generate fumes requiring assessment .
 PPE                     Provision to be in accordance with site specific assessment. e.g. hard
                         hats protective gloves, overalls, etc
 Other Procedares
                          For hot work work should cease 30 m      t   bef I   song • t    d th
                          inspected (fire pin  Rion).G as w o rk sho uld be restricted to CORGI
                          approved operatives

  he above controls have been selected to protect We health aid safety of operatives sad ohm this be
alfeeted by the wort The eontrob have been designed to protest oxalis the risks recorded on Risk
Assessment Saamary Part I. This gweral guidance shook, oily be used whom it is appropriate to sped& We

HV C A Ri sk M an ag e me nt M a nu a l                                                                         Jul 2000
Example Risk Assessment
To use - Read carefully and cheek spy Wes conditions

            HVCA           RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2                          I         Ref No. RA 9
  Site I work location     Pressure Testing
  Assessment for:
  Significant risks:                                       rs               explosion. rupture or
                           Failure of syste       de p eau         ay cause p e o n a l   injury
                           sufficient       movement      tocause
                                                                            vacuum is a Statutory
                           Note: Bursting of any vessel due to presage or     require reporting to
                           Dangerous Occurrence under RIDDOR and may
 Documetts                 Gen al Company Procedure for Pressure Testing       .       as bast fo wok
 Procedures etc.           HVCA Guide for Site Pressure Testing (IRD used
 laformation               Operatives advised of risk of system failure during test capable of
                           causing    injuries.  High risk is associated with pneumatic testing
                           significantly above atmospheric    -

 Instruction               Operatives need to respect distance requirements and use eye protection         .

                           Induction for all operatives    Advised of system for pressure testing,
 Trahthtg                  need to leave certain areas during high-pressure test, correct use of rye
                           protection. If Permit to Work used, training required on its use.
 Supervision              Check required at commencement precautions in place - may require a
                          Permit to Work to control arrangements on site.
 Access                    Access restricted to areas sublet-Ito pressure test.
 Environment               Not applicable.
 Equipment                 If pressure generated by a higher than required pressurised medium -
                           pressure release valve discharging safely, reducing valves, stop valves
                           and gauges required.
                           Pressure test gauges to be calibrated recently in the required range.
                           All vulnerable items, such as meters and pressure switches. removed
                           before test. Reliance not placed on closed valves - blanked off
                           System inspected in detail for soundness before lest, tests wi brittle
                           elements to be avoided
 Emergencies               Standard site first aid, fire protection, evacuation, accident reporting and

 Communication             Test should be to lowest acceptable pressure - risks Increase with
                           pressure. This should be discussed with the specifier        .

                           During high pressure testing, areas should be clear of other personnel
                           including other Contractors! operatives.
 COSHH                    Not applicable except that any corrosive or other dangerous substances
                          should be effectively isolated
 PPE                       Eye protection for thos working close to pipework under test         .

 Other Procedures         The sequence of a test hould be documented, with leak testing always
                          preceding pressure testing. Each part of the test from filling a Mains
                          Supply Pipe to release of pressure should be controlled as a risk element
                          of the formal test itself

The show metro's have hem selected to protect the btalth and safety of operatives and others that may he
affected by the work. The contrive re               ealened      rotes
Assesstomn Summary Fart I. This vaunt guidance ',weld may be used when it's approprite to specific site

  INCA Risk Management Manual                                                                           Jun 2(.00
Example Risk Assessment
To we - Read carefully and check specific site condifions

            HVCA           RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                                Ref. No. RA I I
 Site e work location
 Assessment for:           P ip e W o rk le s t a ll a tM o
 Significant risks:        Falls from height, back strain, eye injuries, minor ph ys ic al inju ries
                           (tools), noise (confmed, reverberant spaces), joint sealants (skin, eyes).
 Documenis                Company Policy - operatives to be experienced or work under
 Procedures etc.          supervision of experienced, competent person.
                           Operatives advised of risks of injury from falls from height, carrying
                           long lengths of pipe (particularly large diameter), arising from tool use
                           and of noise in confined areas.

 Instruction               Operatives instructed in system of work required to protect against risks
                           described - correct use of equipment and eye protection. Use of hearing
                           defenders in noisy/reverberant areas.
                           Induction on safe site wodcing.       Training on good working practices
                           with tools.   Precautions against eye hazards and noise.      Importance of
                           using correct drills for anchors (to achieve required pullout strengths).
 Supervision              Occasional checks that equipment being used conevhy, and that suitable
                          PPE being used.
 Access                   Access may be awkward in places, and requires some pre -planning to
                          ensure appropriate access equipment available.
 Environment               Reasonable lighting.
 Equipment                 Tools   responsibility   of individual operatives,      to be     checked    by
                           supervisor at intervals.
 Emergencies               Standard site first    id, fire protection, evacuation, accident reporting and
 Communications            No special requirements.
 CO M M                    Joint sealants    and similar mate rials req uire CO SHH    assessment.
                           Primary requirements to protect skin and eves.
 PPE                       Eye protection for drilling, especially when above head  In reverberant
                          areas (plant MOMS etc.) may require hearing defenders (standard issue
                          muffs) during drilling.
 Other Procedarm          For long lengths of pipe, two operatives required to carry 4 or over, to
                          Protect against back strain injuries.

The above controls have Wee selected to protean the health and safety of operatives and others that may be
affected by The work. The cootrob have been designed to protect splint the risks recorded ow Risk
Assesement Summary F ad I. This genend guidance should only he used *Ws it is appropriate to specilie site

 HV C A Ri sk M a mt g e me n t M a nu a l                                                              hill 2000
Example Risk Assessment
To ace - Read earefiillY and check specific she conditions

            HVCA           RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                                  Ref No. RA 14
 Site r work location
 Assessment for:          Installing Gas Boilers
 Significant risks:       Eire/Explosion, Back Strain Iniurr
 Documents                Company Policy - operatives to be competent. and make use of
 Procedures etc.          published CORGI Guide and HSE Guide on gas work
                          Operatives advised of risks of injury from improper control of gas
 Information              hazard, and of back swain likely if boiler mappropnately handled        .


                           Operatives instructed in Vetere  f   Eh eq   ed top otect against risks
                           described - sequence laid down in CORGI Guide             .

 Training                  Induction on safe site working     Formal Training on z ___ d working
                           Practices with gm Manual handling training provided

 Supervision               Gas work under control of competent person
 Access                    Access may be awkward in places, and requires some pre -planning to
                           ensure boiler may be manoeuvred into position safely          .

 Emsdronment               Reasonable tinting
 Equipment                 Tools responsibility of individual operatives
 Emergencies              Standard site first an fire protection, evacuation, accident reporting and
 Conammficatiens           No special requirements
 COSHII                    Joint sealants and       similar materials require COSHH assessment             .

                           Pnmary requirements to protect skin and eyes      .

 PPE                       Foot protection required   .

 Other Procedures         Sequence Pressure Test, Earth bonding loop installed: Isolate pipe and
                          vent to atmosphere: Make good Joints and inspect. Reconnect and Test.
                          Note. For large diameter opework, requiring welding, it must be
                          nitrogen purged in accordance with British Gas procedures

   he above controir have bee+ selected    mewl eem a safety of operative, and others that m ay be
  affected by the wort The C O I L I M I S   been deemed m mated against the risks recorded on Risk
  ssessment Summary Part 1. TIM general goklance shoal.' only be used when it is appropriate to specific site

LIVCA Risk Management Manual                                                                            July Nts
Example Risk Assessment
To use- Read carefaily and check       apses the     condition.

            III7CA         RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                                Ref No. RA 19
  Site / work location
  Assessment fon           Roof Work
  Sigaifireat risks:       Falls from height of persons, materials/tools
 Documents                Compa ny Policy - opera tives to be experienced or work under
 Procedures etc-          supervision of experienced, competent person.
 Information               Operatives advised     of risks of falling during work on roofs, reminded
                           that f II from h   Igh are     common cause of fatal accidents.

 Instruction               Operatives instructed   in system of work required to avoid falls, where
                           appropriate this to include the inspection of edge protection, the wearing
                           of harnesses and other precautions.

                           Induction to include care to be taken by           hen orkng at heights.
                           Supervisor responsible for          inspection of edge protection  to be
                           specifically framed        on  requirements under the Regulations.     All
                           operatives to be aware of requirements to protect themselves from falls,
                           and to prevent the fall of materials/tools.
 Supervision              Roof work is intrinsically dangerous, and requires close supervision by
                          experienced and competent supervisors.
 Areas                     I. Flat Roofs:                                                     guard rail set
                               back from           edges and openings to be protected - rigid        unless
                               covered/secured, edge, rails and toe-boards around openings
                                                      or concrete upland serves as tae-board.
                           2. Sloping Roofs (greater than 100 Pitch): not in adverse          weather, roof
                               ladders and crawling boards, anchorage on opposite slope          (not ridge
                               capping),                 at lower edge capable of holding          slipping
                                                  works lasting       than 15 minutes.
                                                br me
                                s                    evaluate access before work to identify safe routes,
                               operative for            crawling boards, railing off, etc.
 Envirsamest               3. Fragile Roofs:
                           Weather - prohibition on work in high winds, ice, snow, etc.
 Equipment                       areasthatrequire
                           See Access.         In addition, where safety nets are used, they     horrid be
                           erected close to the working level.
 Emergencies              Standard site first aid, fire protection, evacuation, accident reporting and
 Communications           Workers at ground or on lower levels should be made aware of roof
                          work, to ensure that head protection is worn.
 COSIIH                    Not applicable.
 PPE                      Harnesses with inertia reels or other fall arrestors should be considered.
                          If required, they should be fixed to suitable anchorage points. If a
                          harness, belt, reel, arrestor has been subject to a shock load, i.e. in a fall,
                          it should be replaced immediately.
 Other Procedures         Access arrangements to reach the roof, for personnel and materials
                          (scaffolding, ladders, and hoists), require consideration.

The above controls lave been selected to protect the health end safety of operatives and others that may be
afketed by the do do The es hots ha ham designed to protect apkist the Ski retarded on Rik
Assessment Summary Part I. This genera/ guidance Avoid only be used whets it is appropriate to specific site

  HV CA Risk Ma nageme nt Ma nua l                                                                      doh 20001
Example Risk Assessment
To me - Read carefully and check specific she conditions

          HVCA            RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                               Ref. No. RA 29
  Site / work location
  Assessment for:          Use of Had Tools
  Sinificant risks:        Eye Injury, Other minor physical injury
                          Operatives are responsible for
                           ensuring                                  that theirown toolsan ingood
  Procedures etc.         condition, and SIC the correct tools for the lob.
  Information              Operatives advised of risk of eye injuries, and other minor injuries,
                           which can arise from poor maintenance or incorrect use of hand tools
                           and extension leads.
  Instruction              Operatives required to inspect their tools before each task and ensure
                           that they are ' good condition.
  Training                 Aspects of tool use and maintenance standards are incorporated into
                           inducti n and general training. Specific training for special tasks
                           require g a higher level of competency.
  Supervision             Remind operatives °erosion:411y of the need to check their own tools.
                          Intervene if operative is identified using a poorly maintained or
                          inappropriate hand tool.
  Acmes                   Not applicable.
  Environment             Not applicable.
  Equipment                Hammers:           Head secure to shalt shaft smooth (no splits)
                                              Head in good condition - no chips, not round edged
                                              Handle not bound with any material

                           Chisels:            Used with eye protection
                                               Kept in geed condition - sharp, without mushroom
                                               heads, heads fire from oil and grease

                           Screwdrivers        Not carried in pockets, correct size and shape used f
                                               'ENE- wrisff ece Md held in flee hand
                           Electric Drills      I I OV type or used with RCD, checked regularly for
                                                electrical safety, Correct drill bit for material in use,
                                                kept sharp_ Check before drilling to ensure avoiding
  Emergencies             Standard site first aid, fur protection, evacuation, accident reporting and
  Communications          Not applicable.
  COS                      Not applicable.
  PPE                      Eye protection required when using cold chisels, electric drills etc.
  Other Procedsres        When using tools on or adjacent to electrical equipment, ensure
                          equipment is isolated and locked off.
  Maintenance             Some tools, such as chisels, require periodic maintenance to use them

The above controls have thee selected to protect the health and safely of operatives and others that may be
affected by the work. The amino], have Sea designed to protect agalut the risks recorded on Risk
Athessment &mammy Pan I. Ibis general guidance should only be used when II is appropriate to spedfie site

 HVCA Risk Management Manual
Example Risk Assessment
To use -Read eargally and cheek spur the candidata

            HVCA          RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                                   Ref No. RA 30
 Site/work location
 Assessment for:         General Manual Handling of Materials/Equipment
 Significant risks       Back strain injury, foot injury (heavy items).
  Doeumenb                General Company Policy on Manual Handling.
  Procedures etc.
 Information              Operatives advised    of risk of back Main and foot injuries arising from a
                          wide variety of tasks to be carried out on site.

 lustre/Mon               Operatives required    to avoid manual handling which they believe may
                             use them injury   - beyond their capacity. To make use of lifting aids,
                          hoists etc. wherever  practicable.   To seek assistance from colleagues
                          (teamwork) fo heavy/awkward tasks.

 Training                 As part of induction         and regular refresher briefings - operatives advised
                                                   of      lifting techniques, to use the legs not the back,
                          and reminded             good
                          etc. To use mechanical          aids wherever practicable. Operatives may only
                          use mechanical           devices such as goods hoists after receiving formal
                          mining in their          correct use, including weekly inspections.
 S.penision               Constantly remind operatives of the need to    se ids and lift correctly,
                          without bending the back.
                          Review     job  maks, storage        arrangements, access,    equipment,
                          environment (see below) etc., to minimise unnecessary materials and
                          equipment movement
 Access                  Poor access arrangements may impose additional constraints on good
                         manual handling - to be reviewed by managers/supervisors for each
 Environment             Good lighting firm footing arid other items such as handrails are
                         required to minimise risk of injury.
 Equipment               Provision of mechanical aids suitable for the job and site. hoists to be
                         inspected weekly, examined every 6 months (entry on Statutory
 Emergencies             Standard site first aid, rue protection, evacuation, accident rclanting and
 Communications           Not applicable.
 COMIII                   Not applicable.
 PPE                     Back support belts may be used, but should not be taken to wamant
                         increasing die weight an operative may safely lift considering his
                         Personal capacity.
 Otker Procedures        Buyers and Contracts Managers to review the materials ordered, and
                         where practicable purchase in suitable sizes for handling (i.e. 25kg bags
                         of a material rather than 50kg bags). Site design to establish storage
                         areas clots to work, to minimise handling distances.

The Move controls have been selectedMen e with a n Sy of opentnes and others that may be
affected by tit w Th e o Inns have been designed to protect against the elks retarded ea Risk
Assessment Summary Part I. Ilth genera guidance should only he used when it is appropriate to Spathe site

 HVCA Risk Management Manual                                                                            July 1000
Example Risk Assessment
To use - Read carefully and check specrze site conditions

            HVCA        RISK ASSESSMENT SUMMARY PART 2 I                               Ref. No. RA 31
Site / work location
Assessment for:         Work in Roof Spaces (Lofts or on Open Joists)
Significant risks:      Falk from Heights Manual Handling; Reshicted Access
  Documents             Company Safety Policy
  Procedures etc.       Company in-house Staff Safety M         ual
 Information            Operatives advised of frequency of fatal accidents from falls from
                        height, need for care in following procedures. Reminded of risk of back
                        strain injuries, requiring cart in working in roof spaces.

 Instruction            Operatives instructed in system        of work,        communication       with
                        colleagues, cart in ensuring adequate lighting.

                        Induction on safe site working.      Kinetic handling Raining.       Ensure
                        understanding of risks and procedures.
 Supervision            Check by responsible person pot work area is suitable.
 Access                 Access by s    tared ladder or other secure means.      Adequate boarding
                        (secured where possible to ensure safe footing at all points where work
 Environment           Che ck fo r " susp icio us" mate rial, as lo ft sp are s are no to rio us fo r
                       containing asbestos. He aware of lighting and ventilation requirements.
 Equipment             Adequate lighting and ventilation to be provided throughout duration of
 EttlergeadOS           Standard procedures for raising alarm and summoning assistance

 Communications         No person to      ter    f space unless person in charge is aware of their
 COSIER                Any appropriate assessment to be to hand, e.g. solvents, insulation
                       materials, esp. MMMF
 PPE                   Appropriate PPE to be available and worn, e.g. Lamp caps, breathing
                       masks and gloves
 Other Procedures      Very reseicted spaces may need to be regarded as confined spaces with
                       a Permit to Wm* system in operation

The above metro's have been selected rotect earth rely
 meted by the wort The controls hare been seamed to Pretest shelegt the this "worded o n Risk
Ann:meld Smeary Pert 1 . Mk COWS guidance should only be mud when it 6 approprite to sped& site

 HVCA Risk Management Manual
                                     GENERIC SUBSTANCE                                                          OCIOBEIS dee

 Lead
        I HATED

        Pipevrods, Storage Tanks,
        R oot Flashing, Sold e r

         Dust, Fume, Ingestion            TOXIC

•                                    Dust
                                                    Raised loom Sawing, Cutting, Folding or Hammering
                                                    Raised from Burning or Heating
                                                    Via Win contact due to poor personal hygiene

                                    Lead is a cumulative poison with a MOderate to sigh toxicity There at possible long
                                    term effects of lead poisoning— Anaemia Muscle Spasms, Nausea, Vomiting,
                                    Appettle LOSS

                                    General First Aid & Health Surveillance

        FIR/                        N/A

        STAIPSLE                    No Special eteedreeltertS

                                                                               OUTDOORS              INDOORS

        DURATION                    PROCESS

        0      I Minute             Hammering                                  Minor                 Minor
                                    Cutting (Power Tools,                      Minor                 Sipa 'cant
                                    Burning, Heating Smelting                  Minor                 SignaKani

        1      10 Minutes           riateMerele                                Minor                 Sigrid !cant

                                    Cutting (Power Tools)                                            Significant
                                    Burning Healing, Smelting                  Minor                 Significant
        10 + Minium                 liammeting                                 Sign! icam            Critical

                                    Cutting (Power Tools)                      Signifmanl            Cobra!
                                    Burning H eating Smelting                  Critical              Critical


        Minor Risks                  Impervious GIMPS, Safety Glasses, Protective Means, Respirators
        Significant Risks           The anew plus f al Defenders, Breathing Apparatus

41111   Critical Risks              Pie above plus Local Extraction Veniiiation, Process Review
    Seek LO:41.1 h
                                 iEXERIL SWI MIME

 Copper
    Winwork, Water Cylinders        HAZARD

    Oust, Fume

a                    RATIONS   Dust
                                                Raise Isom Cutting or Sanding
                                           - Raised tram Bunning or Healing

     n(ACH Pike                 Copper as Oust or Nate is Muhl) toxic with possible long tenn ellects such as Muscle

                                Wee knees, Headache and Metal Fume Few- Ingestion via Skin contact due to poor
                                PerSerla hygiene


                                 General first Aid & Health Surveillance

    I let                        Non-Cembustible, except as finely divided powder

    SsUisest                    No Special Requirements

    DURATION                    PROCESS                                    OUTDOORS            INDOORS
    0 - 1 Minute                Cutting/Saw,                               Minor                Minpr
    I -10 Minutes               Burning/Healing                            Minor                Minor

    10 - Minutes                CuttirMSawin9                              Minor                Minor
                                BurninWeleating                            Minor                Minor
                                CuttinurSavviny                            Minor                 Significant
                                BurninseHeating                            Minor                 Sninifured

     Minor Risks                Safety Glasses Protective Overalls, Impervious Gloves, Welders Visor

    Signilicart Risks           The above plus disposable respimtor capable of fume removal
    Critical RIM
    in                   C    U     M            E 11TNE

• Steel
    1.10.7.giker,            APPLICABLE


                        Dust                   Rai                  Sawing o Grinding

                        Fume                   Raised from Su       or Welding

                         Ions ten! exposure to welding was I Moderate Toxicity) with posse me long term
                         effects such as Metal Fume Fees        ,

    Sp!        Ct

                        General First Pip Procedures Apply

    IIPt                N/A

                        No Special RegNrements

    DURATION            PROCESS                                           °MOORS         INDOORS

    0      1 Minute     C•incling                                         Minor          M nor
                        CuttingiSawing                                    Minor          Mno
                        Borning.NVelding                                  Minor          Minor
    1      10 Minutes   Grinding                                                         Agri el want
                        Getting/Sewing                                    Minor          Mm   Or

                        BurningAiVelding                                  Minor          S 'gni/pant
    IP i Minutes        Grinding                                          Critical       Critical
                        C h in os /h a v ing                              Significant    Signifnant
                        BorningAillelding                                 Significant    Cenral

    Minor Risks         Safety Glasses Safely FoOkkear, Protective &derais and Gloves, Welders Mask
    Sigmf,rant Risks    The Amon plus respirator capable of dust removal
•   Critical Rislm      The above plus respirator capable of removing Indic fume
                        GENERIC SUNTAN E                                                       Or oct

 U.P.V.C.
     -LOCATED                     NO
     Wr enPO , P i           HAZARD
                           APP LI C AB L E

     Dust, Fume

=                      Dust
                                           Raised Iron, Sawing or Cutting
                                           Raised from Heating

                         Exposure to combustion products (Wanly Toxic) can had to respiratory problems

    ciorstrois          If exposed, seek medical advice

                        Caftan Dioxide Exttngutaher

    MIMI11111          DO not store near naked flames

                        PROCESS                                       OUTDOORS        INDOORS

    0    I Minute                                                     Moan'           Minor
                        O uttinGSawirz
                        Heating                                       Minor           Minor
    1    10 Minutes     Cutting/Sawing                                M•nor            Minn,
                        Heating                                       Manor            Minor
    1 0 v M in ut es    Outtitoc s aanon                              Signthcant
                        Healing                                       Minor

    c Donn mcorsupos

    Minor Rialti        Safety Eye angteCtora, Protective Overalls (closes

    Significant Risks   The above plus respirator capable of dust and tome removal
      Cobol Risks


                           Pi       Pi          HAIM)
             it                                WAI LNI NG
                                            APP LI C AB L E





                                         General FAD Asd Procedures AJAX

     Fier                                Do not expose to Naked Rant

     51 111sesi
                                         Do not store near Naked Flames

     DURATION                            PROCESS                           OUIDOORS   INDOORS

     n       -   I M in ut e             eissework                         N/A           Wrier
                                         Sealing                                         Minor
     1-10 Minutes                        PlpeMerk                          N/A           Minor
                                         Sealing                                         Miner
     10          s   M i nn i e "        luspework                         N/A           Msnor
                                         Seamy                             N/A            Miner

     Nino/ Risks                         N/A
     Significant Risks                   N/A

•    Critical Risks                      N/A

• Solvent Weld Cement
               OC AP LO
               Curing PAAVOM Assembly

               Fume Contact                      EXTREMELY

                                  ni I          Fume           Inhalatton due to inadequate ventilation
                                                Contact        From splashes to the skin and eyes

                                                Possibleingestion via the skin due la poor hog iens pron.   Possible        atological
                                                problems Dizziness and/or drowsiness ran occur it sitpdi                         by

Cover with sand and remolve to out of doors to allow solvent to evaporate


               Flak                             Always keep a dry foam tire extinguisner at band

                                                Store in a locked cahoot in a sealed container berteeen 5 30'C

              DURATION                         PROCESS                                      OUTDOORS             IMMORS
              0 1 Minute
                                               Pipentoik                                    Significant          Significant
              1-10 Minutes
                                               Ploiewerk                                    Dottie!              Critical
              1 0 Y M i nu t es
                                               PipeviOrk                                    Critical             Critical

                                                A RIGID NO SMOKING POLICY MUST BE ENFORCED

             Minor Risks
             Significant Risks                  Impervious Overalls, Orpervi016 DAM
             Critical Risks
                                                Respirator capable of removing Solvent Fume
      litileal GEN ERIC                  SUBSTANCE                                                             CCTOBEli

    • Inactive Flux Resin

                                       x                                                         A
          LEILAIE L

          Traditional Solder Flux

          fume, Contact                 HARMFUL                  IRRITANT                   EXTREMELY
                                                                                               MAII LE

                                     Fume                                                             installation
                                     Contact       From splashes to the skin and eyes

                                     Resin when heated gym rise to fume This fume may be associated with Asthma in
                                     susceptible subtexts All fumes should be controlled by exhaust ventilation

                                                             mwdas            L          contain, meal as flammable

                                     Inhalation - Remove whited to fresh an Mgestion DO NOT induce vomiting,
                                     Eye Splash. Wasn with water for ten minutes Skin Splash Wash with soapy water,
                                     seek medical advice .

                                    Alwayskeep a Carbon Dioude Extemosher        at hand

                                    Store in a cool flame free area

      DURATION                      PROCESS                                      OUTDOORS             INDOORS

      0-1 Woke                      Soldenng                                     Minor                Minor
      1    ID Minutes               SoMering                                     Minor                Sigr ificant
      10 • Minutes                  Soldering                                    Minor                Critical•

      Minor Risks                   Heavy Duty Safety Gloves, iMPEEVIOUS °verges, Eye protector,
      Significant Risks             ECSPiratOr capable of removing Fume
     Critical Risks                Breathing apparatus if L.E.V. nal ernMoyed
                                      GENERIC SUBSTANCE                                                                k

 LPG Propane
      Gas Cylinders, Gas Canisters


      Inhalation Contact
                                        x A
                                         IRRITANT                EXTREMELY


                                      Inhalation     From Peeing processes Wring soldering. Preework repair and
                                                     nstalrev on
                                      Contact        Frostbite injury to Sktn and eyes

                                      Extremely flammable Gay A i• mixtures art explosive Frostbite "tines can occur
                                      on Mitten if stored as a Lewd Exposure can cause thsonentation, vomitory,
                                      headache or coma

      SFItnAtt                        N/A

                                      IntialatiOn • Remove subject to Iresli air and rest

      FIRE                            General purpose or specialist extinguisher to hand

                                      Store away from raked flame or heat Cylinders stored upoght and secured to


      DURATION                        PROCESS                                      OUTDOORS         INDOORS

      0 1 M inute                     Heating                                      Miner                Minor

      1 10 Minutes                    Heating                                      Minor              Minor

      10 - Minutes                    Heating                                      Minor                SmniliCant'
                                                                                              ..ii r Ion youtaken a en lewd ao..)

    Cla   A   RIGID      NO   SMOKING           POLICY      MUST       BE    ENFORCED

     Minor Risks                     Heavy Doty sicrere Impervious Overalls, Eye Protectors

     Signif pant Risks               The above plus respirator Capable of removing UTE
     Critical Risks
                                     GENERIC SUISTANCE                                  OCTOBER                                 )

• Chlorine
   (Sodium Hypochloride)
    I   0 Tar

    Cold/Waler SPOOR duritM
    Chlorination Of Waler SyStems

    Inhalation, CoritaCt               OXIDISING                CORROSIVE
                                                                                          x IRRITANT

                        RaTioss      Inhalation - During CRIOrination of water systems
                                     Skin a n d/ or Eye Contact - Splashes Bung ChlOnnatiOn of water systems

                                      Sodium x ypochloride is a perm-Hui oxidising and corrosive agent which decomposes
                                      when heated It in aim a severe mutant with motierate to         Can cause severe
                                      burns, sore throat, breathlessness etc

                                      Rinse with copiouS amovnts of staler

                                       ogeSted seek medical advice Urgently for skin and eye contact flush with            of
                                      water and seek medical advice

    FIRS                               N/A

                                      Store in well ventilated sea v9 keep away from hear Do not store near acids

        DURATION                    PROCESS                                       OUTDOORS             INDOORS

    0 1 M inute                       Chlorination                                                        &two

    1 10 Minutes                      Chlorination                                                       Cutmai
    10 i Minutes                      Chlorination                                N/A                   Crincal

                                      A RIGID NO SMOKING POLICY MUST BE ENFORCED

    Minor Risks
    Significant FOSID

    Critical Risks                   Safety GAINS, It Emvious Overally Eye Protectors and Cartridge Type Respirator
                                     capaNe of removing fume
                                        BC PICRIC SUBSTANCE                                                          oc)„,.1.„ )

• Cast Iron
        tot AT

         Rainwater, Drainage,             HAZARD
         Pipereork, Waste/Soil Pine       WARNING

          Fume, Dust

                                       Fume             From Burning Opera!Ong
                                       Dust         - from Sawing, Culling or Grinding

                                                                             to respiratory effects
                                       Cons term eXPOSUre to fume may lead

        S v IL L M , E S               N/A

        fi f rt t     win              General Arrangements AGOG-


                                       No Special Rmui

                                                                                  OUTDOORS                INDOORS

        LWRATION                       PROCESS

        0           1 Minute           Grinding                                   Minor                   Minor
                                       Slittont/Savong                            Minor                   Minor
                                       Burning                                    Minor                   Minor
        1-10 Minutes                   Grinding                                   Significant             Significant

                                       CumnglSawrn9                               Minor                   Minor
                                       Burning                                    Minor                   geStfticant
        to y Minutes                   &priding                                   Gramm                   Critical

                                       Cutting/Sawing                             Signament               Stem/Tam
                                       Burning                                    Significant             Critical

        Minor Risks                    Protective Gloves, Protective Overalls, ER Protectors
        Significant Risks              The above plus Heat Shield mask and respirator taxable of removing duet and fume
        Critical              Risks   All Allege
    GENERIC SUBSTANCE                                                     gram gm

 Brass
     LOCMED                               NO

     Fittings for Water SyStewS

     0    1 Minute                SawpngCklain9                                Minor      Minor

     1    10 Minutes               Sawing/Cutttng                              Minor      Minor

     1 0 s M i nu t es             Sawing/Cutting                              Minor      S i gh t is an t

     Minor Risks                  Protective Gloves, Protective Overalls( [Ye PrOledOrS
     Significant Risks            17C5P.Irator capable of removing dust
    CotFcaP RIMS

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