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AL DURRAH TOWER HEALTH ,SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT MANUAL

BEIJING UNI-CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO., LTD

HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTSYSTEM MANUAL

BEIJING UNI-CONSTRUC

TION GROUP CO.,LTD (BUCC)

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HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

MANUAL

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CONTENT

1. SPECIFIC CREDENTIALS AND WORK EXPERIENCE OF THE PERSON DESIGNATED AS SAFETY MANAGER 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS 3. HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAMME INSTRUCTIONS—ACCIDENT REPORTING NVESTIGATION SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND SPECIAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS 4. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND

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SUBMITTED TO THE ENGINEER FOR REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE THE SPECIFIC

CREDENTIALS AND WORK EXPERIENCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL TO BE DESIGNATED AS SAFETY MANAGER Name Nationality Sex Age Qualifications: Academic Major Duration of course Experience Safety experience professional

Organizations worked Duration Designation

Project worked

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2. 3. 4. Achievements

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2. Table of Contents

HES Manual Prepared by BUCC consist of the following document 3. .No Health and Safety Management Plan Documen t No. Document Title Revisi on No. 1 1 1 1 1 Revision No. 1 Date of last Revision Date of last Revision

1 2 3 4 5 4. No Document No.

Health & Safety Policy Health & Safety Program Instructions, Accident Reporting And Investigation Safety instructions Safety Instructions Environmental protection Document Title & Special

emergency preparedness

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Environmental protection

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3. HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN

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3.1.1 BEI JING UNI-CONSTRUCTION GROUP., LTD HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT POLICY STATEMENT
We strongly believe that all incidents (personal injury involving accidents and material damage involving events) do not occur on their own, being caused by either one or more reasons, hence are preventable. Further, all identified health risks are containable, once suitable preventive measures are taken at right time. In view of our sincere concern for human suffering, we leave no stone unturned in our attempts of safeguarding our employee?s safety. We do not only comply with all applicable laws and regulations in force from time to time, will endeavor to improve upon the regulations. We wish to commit our responsibilities and concern to our employees, neighbors and customers extending beyond limits which the law provides. Our Projects are designed, executed and given to our customers with utmost concern for safety and our corporate responsibility does not end when our projects are completed. We not only believe in telling our employees how to work in a safe and rational manner in the work places but monitor the same through the effectiveness of our safety and health program management. Our policy is not to compromise on safety and health by protecting them from occupational diseases and we will not hesitate to disrupt any part of the project till the safety environment is re-established. Our organization has ultimate responsibility for the health and safety of our personnel and believes that our strength lies in the decentralization of operations and responsibilities. In accordance with the principles mentioned above, the Company gives attention in providing conducive working environment in the interest of mutual advantage of all since we do believe the human values involved are of greater importance to both employer and working population. The Policy planning indicates the tasks of specific administration in the field of working conditions and environment step by step throughout the Company

Operations, where necessary adjustments will be made in the policy in the management and safety committee meetings and all employees will be kept informed. The safety, health and environment policy plan and program has been produced with specific reference the Project, the objective of this is to make possible reciprocal adjustments between various work activities of different class of employees even where
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they concern working conditions and environmental issues. On behalf of management of BUCC. March 20, 2001
3.1.2 Safety management organization

Safety committee HCC Project manager External Specialist Services

Construction manager

3.1.3 Procedure: The HSE policy clearly spelt in the statement will be planned in such a way that it is taken care in all phases which in turn will ensure its implementation in all activities. 3.1.3.1 Budget phase: (a) Appraising the customer and/or Engineer where necessary regarding working conditions. (b) Take into account specified stipulations regarding safety, health and passes on to Safety Manager (c) Making enquiries regarding supplementary local legislation and process the same. (d) Tests the works described in the specifications for the risk of accidents and occupational health hazards. (e) Consults with the customers and/or Engineer where unsafe health hazardous factors are encountered.
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Technical Dept

Site Engineer

Equipment Dept

Procument Dept

Accountant Dept

Safety Dept

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(f) Takes into account during budgeting phase resources, material and equipment required for safety and health issues. (g) Providing allocation in budget for safety and health in consultation with Safety Manager. Specialist services (external for environmental aspects according to BUCC?s assignment) for health services. (h) Consult with Clients where these undertake the co-ordination of multiple contractors and where necessary budgets for a similar co-ordination to be provided. 3.1.3.2 Work preparation phase: (a) Discussing with Head of Dept/official concerned regarding measures that should be taken including construction aspects and decide on the least dangerous/injurious for safety and health of employees and third parties.. (b) Incorporate the information in basic report and where large and high risk projects are concerned, in the project working conditions plan deploying external specialist services when necessary. (c) Incorporate the stipulations regarding safety and health into work orders to sub-contractors, hire companies and suppliers including how ?they propose to transport the process materials which are hazardous to health in a safe manner. (d) Register the project in writing with the concerned Governmental Agencies responsible for enforcement of health and safety. (e) Organize safety training for personal of all cadres, Wade-wise and activity-wise. 3.1.3.3 Execution phase: Check for the adequacy for catering for the following aspects at work site: (a) Break and sanitary provisions (b) First-aid provisions and first-aid staff. (c) A checklist for serious accidents and fire at all telephones (d) Work schedule (working and rest times) (e) Availability of medico on consultancy basis/otherwise (f) Personal protection and rescue resources (g) The access/Waffle signs and fencings (h) Notice Boards at break time location. 3.1.3.4 Consultation phase:
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Caters for the discussions and reports for safety, health and environmental matters in the Company at the following meeting: i) Managing Committee Meeting once in 2 months ii) Project Review Meeting once in a month. iii) Safety Committee meeting once in a month or when required on emergence of a serious occurrence. (b) The following subjects will be brought up in the above meeting
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Accidents and occupational sickness Environmentally harmful aspects Changed working methods Risks and danger reported by employees Recommendations of external specialists Explanations and instructions given Behavioral pattern of sub —contractors (c) Publicizes the decision taken within the Company and executives. (d) Discuss the identified working conditions issues annually with leading personnel. (e) Caters for an annual evaluation of the working conditions and environment policy where necessary with Safety Committee Members. 3.1.3.5 Accidents and occupational sickness: (a) Ensuring that after each accident (including extensive material damages) completely filled in ANMR form reaches P&A (b) Whenever any sickness is reported verify whether that is a result of an accident. (c) After an accident, on immediate first-aid, hospital admission to be arranged (if necessary). (d) After extensive material damage, act according to serious accident checklist. (e) Immediately inform the Project Controller regarding serious accident/accidents with extensive material damage. (f) Send along the copy of the Report to Workmen Compensation Commissioner, as per Act. (g) Discuss the accident and measures taken with the Project Controller/Safety Committee. (h) In complaint regarding health connected to work and working conditions consult with the occupational health specialist. (i) Reports and Accidents with Hospital admission — - Probable permanent injury - Fatal consequence or occupational sickness As well as an accident with extensive material damage resulting from operational activities. Liaison with Labor Inspectorate/Specialist Services. (Q) Keep Register of accidents and occupational sickness entries are made and distributes informative survey periodically to interested parties. (k) Counsel the accident victim and his family in cases of an accident or occupational sickness. 3.1.4. Authority and responsibility of officials: The Company feels that the Authority and Resources are allocated to its management official as they are necessary for good performance of their duties. Therefore, any responsible official is just at liberty to act beyond their orbit of their responsibilities to a reasonable extent which they can subsequently get clearance from the top management for ratification. The follow mentioned authority concerns general matters to whom are added
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financial resources available for working conditions matters. (a)Project Controller/Project Manager/Head of Equipment Management: (i) Has the authority to make available the necessary resources and time for working with these for safe and non-health hazardous working. (ii)Has the authority to place equipment, machines, tools out of service on safety/health grounds and/or to call a halt to work in progress. (iii)Has the authority to have the personnel taken off work where unsafe or health-hazards, work is taking place after repeated warnings. This authority also extents to sub-contractors persons. (b) Works Manager/Site Manager/Equipment Manager: (j) is authorized to place equipment, machines and tools out of service on safety or health grounds and/or call a halt to work in progress. (ii)has the authority to have persons taken off the work where unsafe or health hazardous work is taking place after repeated warnings. (iii)In consultation with his immediate superior he is authorized to call in specialist help in the field of safety and/or health where he considers this is necessary. In situations of acute danger he has the authority even without permission of hi immediate superior. NOTE: The above officials should call in their direct superior or to consult them where he or She” is not able to follow up working conditions tasks assigned. Rights and responsibilities of employees: Rights: 1). They have the right to information and instructions in the field of employment conditions and the environment in the general sense as applied to the Company and to the work or part of work. 2). The right to training and education. 3). They have their rights to stop the work where there is in accordance with reasonable judgment a situation immediately threatening serious danger such situation should be reported to leading personnel where this does not lead to the required solution, the employee should call in the Labor Inspector. 4). They have their rights to avail the services of this Company in case if one is available for health process. Responsibilities: 1). Equipments , machine tools and resources must be used in appropriate manner as can be read in the working conditions instructions. 2). The personnel protection and rescue equipment made available by the Company should be used and maintained in the appropriate manner. 3). The safety measures in place must be maintained 4). Co-operation with the information and instructions given by the Company. 5). Dangers of health and safety which are noticed must be reported to the leading personnel.
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3.1.5External specialist services:

The specialist services as indicated in the Health & Safety Plan are presently; being provided by the following bodies: Safety National Safety Council Among other things makes visits at site and general advice and recommendations in the field of safety. Makes visits and gives health advises and recommendations.

Occupational health services & clinics
3.1.6Internal Consultations:

In order to obtain the most effective mutual adjustments within the health field, in particular a structured consultation process in the form of social-medical team can be formed represented by i) P&A ii) Safety Manager iii) General Medical Consultant

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3.2 HEALTH & SAFETY PROGRAMME:
3.2.1. Purpose: This Health and Safety Program describes how BUCC will manage the safety and health related aspects 3.2.2 Objectives This program is aimed at management of risks during working places of Company?s activities. The objective of the program is to: a) Defining the principles and responsibilities adopted by BUCC?s organization for the management and implementation of safety and health activities in line with Plan. b) Defining health and safety criteria and guidelines which forms the basis for the Company activities. c) Documenting risks related to health and safety and measures taken to reduce the risks. d) Ensuring technical and operational integrity of all facilities in use for company activities. 3.2.3 Applicability: The above program is applicable to all onshore/offshore activities as spelt in the Project Manual. The program contains the descriptions of Health and Safety responsibilities Health and Safety acceptance criteria Relevant rules and regulations Risk assessment methods Safety and Health measures Safety and Health activities. 3.2.3.1 Project level:. Project of present H.S.E. manual &project emergency preparedness manual are combined & added in chapter 5 of this project H.S. manual. 3.2.4 Definitions and abbreviations The term ?health? encompasses of a) Physical or social well being. b) Fitness. c) Prevention of illness. The term SAFETY encompasses of: a) Protection of human life. b) Protection of the environment. c) Protection of material assets and investment.
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d) Emergency preparedness. The term ?Environment? encompasses of: a) Physical working environment b) Social working environment c) Natural environment. Technical integrity of a facility is achieved when under specified operating there is no risk of failure, endangering safety of personnel, environment or asset value. Operating integrity is the quality that allows people to operate a facility safely and efficiently, where there is no risk of operator error or committing unsafe acts. The following are the abbreviations used: ALARP — As Low As Reasonable Practicable HAZOP - HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS ANALYSIS HSE/EP — Safety, Health and Environment / Emergency preparedness PLL — Potential for loss of life - Quality Assurance SJA — Safe Job Analysis DP — Dynamic positioning. 3.2.5.Tasks responsibilities and authorities3.2.5.1 organization: The primary principle of the HSE organization is that each functions and discipline has the responsibility for incorporating HSE related aspects within this area of responsibility. Each employee shall ensure that all HSE related aspects are given the proper attention. According to the HSE program, each individual has the responsibility to carry out his job safely. 3.2.5.2 Managing Director:

1) He has the complete responsibility for incorporation of the policy in day to day work. 2) He has the responsibility to ensure that the activities planned and performed in compliance with National, International and local rules and regulations. 3) An internal control system for receipt and review of new and relevant legislation is in place. 4) Managing Director has delegated his responsibilities to Project Manager at the project level. 3.2.5.3 Project Manager 1) To establish and review, from time to time, on the site safety policy. 2) To provide safe and health working environment. 3) To provide safety training and education for all employees. 4) To provide personal protective equipment to all employees. 5) To provide medical facilities for employees with job related injury or illness.
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6) To ensure at all time under all condition that safety is planned into operation 7) To ensure consistent compliance to applicable safety requirements. 8) To attend safety committee meeting 9) To accept the instructions of HCC. 10) To implement a safety management system. 11) To facilitate the implementation. 3.2.5.4 Deputy project manager/construction manager/superintendent 1) To assist the PM in their duties as directed /assigned/delegate. 2) To liaison and co-ordinate with all middle and front line manager regarding various safety aspects of work to be done and ensure that safety practices are carried out. 3) To offer the necessary assistance and support the safety officer in securing the safety and health of the workers. 4) To attend safety committee meeting. 3.2.5.4 Safety Manager: Has the responsibility to: 1) Co-ordinate and oversee implementation of HSE policy and related activities. 2) Investigate implementation of HSE measures and non-conformances are monitored through internal safety audit. 3) Maintain contacts with external specialist advisory bodies. 4) Monitor and update conformance with legal requirement. 5) Maintain contacts with HSE Advisors. 6) Periodical reporting to the management. 7) Initiate, train and educate personnel on -related information. 8) Ascertain and exchange of experience between various projects. 9) Support Project Chief Engineer and Works Manager in Project activities 10) Review Project documentation. 11) Review of engineering documents to ensure compliance with authority regulations in liaison with Project Chief Engineer/Works Manager. He reports to Project Chief Engineer/Deputy Project Manager 3.2.5.5 site engineer 1. He has the responsibility of the safe execution of works at concerned work sites. 2. He is responsible for planning, preparation and co-ordination of daily operations in safe manner. 3. He has to ensure implementation and operations of related aspects. 3.2.5.6 subcontractors: 1) All Contractors performing work on behalf of BUCC will be subjected to a review of aspects. 2) Review focused on compliance of subcontractor?s HSE system meet BUCC?s & HCC?s requirements and applicable BUCC?s client?s requirements concerning HSE. Wherever BUCC?s standards we not fulfilled, a plan for
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improvement of contractor?s performance will be initiated by Safety Manager via safety Manager. 3.2.5.7 Workers 1) To comply with all safety rules and regulations. 2) To protect own self and fellow workers from bodily injury. 3) To report all unsafe practice and condition to their headman. 4) To use all personal protective equipment provided for their own safety. 3.2.6 Basis for activities: 3.2.6.1 Acceptance criteria: The HSE acceptance criteria adopted by 11CC is based on ALARP principle. This means that necessary measures are to be taken to assure -related aspects are given proper attention to minimize the risk of safety, health, economics and techniques of objectives. The acceptance criteria shall represent a clear statement of safety objectives and policy. In order to apply ALARP principles acceptance criteria; the ALARP levels and regions have to be defined.

With reference to the illustration of the ALARP principle presented above, the following definitions of ALARP regions and risks levels are given: Critical events Marginal events The risk cannot be justified on any ground. Risk reducing measures have to be implemented. Risk reducing measures should be considered to bring the risk in line with the safety and least polluting activities of similar nature. The risk will be in line with the long term HSE objectives.
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The acceptance criteria are defined for the following categories as ALARP principle: Risk of injury to personnel exposed to hazards (exposed by the PLL (potential for the loss of life) and the individual risk) shall be minimized (ALARP) In response to accidental events, personnel shall be able to escape, evacuate and to be rescued from site at minimum risk (ALARP). Risk of damages to the environment resulting from accidental with adverse effects shall be minimized.(ALARP). Risk of damage or loss of property and assets shall be minimized (ALARP). Risk of personnel exposure to external factors that are detrimental to their health both in short and long term shall be minimised4ALARP). To determine the rating of priority for the events both the probability of occurrence and the consequences of the event will be qualified using the following rating definitions: Rating High Definition of occurrence frequency Probability of occurrence higher than 10% (occurrence more than once every 10 operations P>10%) Probability of occurrence between 1% and 10% (occurrence between once every 10 to once every 100 operations. 10%> P > 1% Probability of occurrence between 0.1% to 1% (occurrence between once every 100 to once 1000 operations 1% >P >0.1%) Probability of occurrence lower than 0.1% (occurrence less than once every 1000 operations P <0.1%

Moderate

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Rating High

Significant

Marginal

Negligible

Definition of consequence Personal fatalities System totally out of control Material damage more than Rs.5 crores Installation production stop more than 30 days Large pollution with long term (>5 years) impact on the environment Major personal injuries Situation controllable by shut down and isolation system. Material damage more than Rs.50 lacs Installation production stop more than 7 days. Large pollution with short term (1-5 years) impact. Minor personal injuries System under operator control Material damage less than Rs.50 lacs Installation production stop less than 7 days. Small pollution with small environmental impact. Negligible injuries Negligible material damage Negligible pollution.

3.2.6.2 Setting these quantifications in a criticality matrix the criticality rating can be defined as follow: Negligible High Marginal Low Lower
MARGINAL NON- RITICAL NON-CRITICAL NON- CRITICAL

Marginal
CRITICAL MARGINAL NON- CRITICAL NON- CRITICAL

Significant
CRITICAL CRITICAL MARGINAL NON- RITICAL

High
CRITICAL CRITICAL CRITICAL MARGINAL

3.2.6.3 Rules and Marginal Regulations: The work under project will be based on — Authority rules and regulations Industries Code and Practices Clients Requirements BUCC quality ;and Safety Procedures National /.Local Rules and Regulations
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3.2.6.4.RISK ASSESSMENT: 1) Methods of risk assessment The First Related to Health and Safety to be assessed in order to verify the risk level is as low as reasonable, practicable according to ALARP principle). Any aspect related to which is identified as not meeting the ALARP principle has to be evaluated with risk reduction. Different techniques can be used to assess the risks involved in the activities. SJA-Safe job analysis for the day to day routine work. HAZOP- Hazardous and operability study for working procedures and non-routine activities. Risk Analysis — Analysis on Project level. 2) RISK~ REDUCTION MEASUREMENT: Generally to line with the ALARP principle, it must be considered to carry out risk reducing measures in order to reduce any identified risk. It is obligatory that risks identified, Risk analysis as being unacceptably ;high to be eliminated or at least reduced. Risk reducing measures comprise probability reducing as well as consequence reducing measures. Risk reducing measures may be technical, operational and for organizational nature in selecting the type of measure, a total assessment effect the measures have on the risk level shall decisive. Bearing in mind the general rule that prevention is better than cure, probability reducing measures should be given priority over the consequence reducing measures. 3)EMERGENCY PLANNING: The subject has been widely covered at the end of Management Plan as Emergency preparedness. 3.2.7HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES: In order to meet the acceptance criteria for safety and health and to comply with applicable Rules and Regulations as well as with client?s requirements, a number of HSE-related measures shall be implemented. The HSE measures described in the sub-sections to follow shall ensure that the risks to personnel, material assets are kept as low as reasonable practicable.
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1)TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS: All personnel shall be trained to work safely. It is the responsibility of the officer of personnel dept to control the participation of personnel in training exercises as required in the qualification. Specific training campaigns will be planned and executed by the Safety Manager and Safety Manager shall brief all newly recruited employees on the safety policies and emergency. There will be a display at the work site regarding what everyone should do in case of an emergency which was explained orally. 2)FIRST-MD: First-aid can be defined as the approved method of providing immediate and temporary care to the victim of an accident or sudden illness until he is placed in the care of a doctor or qualified medico. First aid is the responsibility of Works Manager. In site office premises a first aid kit has been placed in each wing where 20 to 25 people will be normally and a First Aid Center at a strategic place located marked specifically where a qualified person who can handle immediate medical attention to the injured where there is always a stretcher and ambulance will be kept in condition to take care of emergent situations. 3) PERSONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE: It is upto the individual employee to take care of his health. Project Manager will be as far as possible invite and guide the employees to better their physical health. Therefore it is necessary to obtain positive attitude among the employees that this will be a positive result to themselves and the company now and in future certain category of employees will be arranged for thorough examination of all their conditions for ensuring health fitness of those. Measures providing for health and welfare include. Regular cleaning and hygiene Recreation and welfare facilities Personal protection equipment. These facilities for the improvement of personal well being e.g. recreational facilities is voluntary. Improvement of working conditions, requesting participation of the personnel, will be issue in the HSE meeting. 4 )ACCIDENT REPORTING AND INVESTIGATION: Investigation and follow up
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incidents and unwanted events are line responsibility. All accidents and incidents including near misses regardless of whether or not personal injury result must be reported on to the Project Manager. Accident reporting and investigation is described in structured instruction. Accident reporting investigation. Statistics will be provided for all accidents for those interested. 5) DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES: Disciplinary action will only be used in the case of bad safety practices or disregard to safety precaution. Disciplinary action for site employees will be according to applicable Standing Orders. Prior to disciplinary action, one final warning will be issued and reported in the log book including the cause of the warnings and the event leading upto the warning. The warnings are given by Project Manager/an official authorized by him depending on the department where the warned is working. The written warning must be signed by both issuer and warned employee. The signed warning will be kept in the log book and a copy will be sent to personnel department of the company for notification. The employees persists in the action in which he has been warned or refuses to Project Manager I and or an official authorized by him. The time between the request for disciplinary action and actual coming to force for the disciplinary action, the Project Manager has the authority to put the indiscipline on suspension. Above specification are also applicable to non IZICC personnel on work site (eg. Sub-contractor?s employees). 6) Meeting on HSE matters at Works sites: The site HSE meeting shall promote safety consciousness and safe working conditions and provide for practical means of communication on job between the work site and the management, thus giving to opportunity for exchange of experience. The meeting will provide a long run preventive role towards the elimination of injuries and accidents. HSE meeting will be organized in such a manner that all employee on site will attend at least one safety meeting per period of year, 7)MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING: Among other things Management meetings conducted to review the project activities will also discuss related activities. Any major unwanted occurrences to be taken up to emphasize its concern and commitments towards related activities,
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Safety Committee Meeting: The safety committee meeting will be held in site office meeting will be scheduled monthly and/or whenever the project manager considers necessary. In the safety committee participation will be by all the key personnel / representatives of the departments. The number of members may vary depending on the operating requirements. The meeting will have a prepared agenda and minutes will be made. The minutes will be posted for information to all on work site. Findings and initiations will be routed through the safety manager. HSE matters and suggestions for project site including information on accident reports will be discussed. Detailed instructions on safety committee are covered under Doc .No.HSM/04/04-2 8)Weekly Review Meeting: Safety and Health related subjects will form a part of agenda of discussion on weekly review meetings conducted to review the prowess of work activities. Resources needed any anticipated problems and commitments by concerned individual for the follow up will be made during the meeting and corrective/preventive actions will be planned. The meeting will be headed by Project Manager and all departmental heads will be attending the meeting. 9)Safety Meeting: Every sub-contractor organizes upon requirement a brief meeting for his employees for minimum 15 mm for safety. A report and a list of preventive measures is made up and handed over to contractors. In issues calling for expert advice. Safety Manager?s presence during the meeting will be ensured. 10)Supervisor?s meeting: A meeting consists of all supervisors of contractors and team leaders of the subcontractors will be held at regular intervals of time of once in a month and occurrence relating to health and safety matters will be discussed. The meeting will be attended by Safety Manager. Experiences during the last month will be shared by one and all for improving safety working for the project. 11) Permits for Hazardous work: BUCC is implementing a system of permitting hazardous work in site activities. The above will be described in BUCC?s Manual un

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3.3.1 Definition

ACCIDENT: A sudden unforeseen occurrence involving an employee while carrying out his/her duties resulting in?-personal injury or death and creating a situation where working time is lost and duty cannot be resumed the same day/shift. SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY: Damage to the health, resulting in hospitalization for treatment or observation within 24 hours of occurrence and /or is judged to be permanent. When circumstances a result that hospitalization is not possible such a case must still be seen as serious injury. INCIDENT: An unforeseen occurrence with potential serious injury, major material damage could have been the result. OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE: A disease or affection ?mainly caused through labor or working conditions. MATERIAL DAMAGE: Damage to buildings, material, basic materials or produces as a direct result of an unforeseen occurrence. 3.3.2 PURPOSE OF INVETIGATION: All accidents an4 incidents as mentioned in 1.1 must be investigated with accuracy and without delay in order to Find and document the cause(s) to gain experience from the occurrence, and to prevent recurrence by taking measures and action at technical management and human relation level. Make public what happened, and focus attention to accident and incident prevention record the actual losses To establish the suitability/accuracy of the HSE policy, the management system and the direct emergency assistance.
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3.3.3 ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS: The following accident and incidents must be reported and to analyze: Accidents resulting to in serious physical damage or death Other accidents resulting in absence of duty Any case of (suspected) occupational disease Health hazardous situation in which ?medical intervention is necessary or is assumed to be necessary Accidents involving company owned means of transportation (other than lease cars) including those outside the company workplace. Accidents involving third party personnel (e.g. personnel hired through agency) Material damage over. 3.3.4 RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MANAGEMENT: After occurrence of any incident/accident as described 1.3, the first responsible must in current order Notify and enlist medical (First Aid) is applicable Render/Lend First Aid Evacuation and Rescue Take measures (temporary) to dismantle the remaining danger Immediate first analysis of the occurrence A first evaluation of the seriousness of the accident/incident Bring out a first oral report to his/her direct supervisor. Fill out the accident and incident report part —1 (upon request safety Manager will assist in investigation or otherwise) File/send the accident and incidents report part 1 to P&A department at site Office Inform the victim about the status and results of accident investigation. 3.3.4(a) LIABILITY OF MANAGEMENT BY LAW: An accident becomes reportable and employer liable for compensation if personal injury is caused to workmen by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment. Employer shall be liable to pay compensation in accordance with the provisions of the Law as amended upto date and become reportable to the Commissioner for the worker?s compensation for the area in which the project work site falls in as notified by official gazette by the State Government as far as fatal accident is concerned and in any other format as far as other accidents which had resulted in permanent, total disablement as per as Part I of the schedule (under section 2(1) and (4) and permanent partial disablement in part II of the above schedules and temporary disablement whether total/partial results from injury unless otherwise in
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respect of any injury which does not total/partial disablement of the workmen for a period exceeding 3 days or in respect of any injury not resulting in death caused by an accident which directly attributable to (1). Workmen having been at this time there of under the influence of drink or drugs or (2). The willful disobedience of the workmen to an order expressly framed for the purpose of securing the safety of workmen; (3). Willful removal or disregard by the workmen to any safety guard or other device which he knows to have been provided for the purpose of securing the safety of workmen Irrespective of the fact of the causes of all accidents are studied in depth and immediate corrective actions and long term preventive action for the factors of accident. The amount of compensation depending on the extent of disablement caused due to injuries resulted by the accident is covered under various schedules and section of the abovementioned act applicable to all workmen covered under Contract Labor (Abolition & Regulation) Act, 1970 and Rules of the above Act of 1971. Further the Employer become liable for payment of compensation If a workman employed in many employment specified in Part-A of schedule III contracts any of disease on occupational disease peculiar to the employment or is a workmen whilst in the service of an lower in whose service he has been employed for continuous period of not less than six months which period shall not include a period of service under any employer in the same kind of employment in any employment specified in Part-B of Schedule III contracts any disease specified there as on occupational disease peculiar to that employment or if the workmen whilst in the service of one or more employer in any employment specified in Part C of the Schedule III for such continuous period as the central government may specify in respect of each such employment contracts any disease specified therein as an occupational disease peculiar to that employment, the contracting of the disease shall be deemed as an injury by accident within the meaning of this section and unless the contrary if proved the accident should be deemed have arisen out of and in the course of employment provided that if it is proved. a) that workman whilst in the services of one or more employer in any employment specified in part in schedule III has contracted a disease specified therein as an occupational disease peculiar to that employment during a continuous period which is less than the period specified under sub-section for that employment and
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b) that disease has arisen out of and in the course of employment The contacting of such disease shall be deemed to be an injury by accident which in the meaning of this section provided further that if it is proved that a workmen who having any employer many employment specified in part B of schedule III or who having served under one or more employer in any employment specified under Part C of that schedule for a continuous period specified under section for that employment and he has after is cessation of such service contracts any disease specified in the act part B or part C as the case may be as an occupational disease result into the employment that such disease arose out of the employment, the contract time of disease shall be to be a injury by accident within the meaning of this section. If a workman employed in any employment specified in Part C of schedule III contracts any occupational disease peculiar to that employment, that contracting whereof is deemed to be an injury by accident within the meaning of this section and such employer shall be liable for the payment of the compensation in such proportion as the Commissioner, ;the circumstance deems just. The amount of compensation payable for contracting an occupational disease peculiar to the employment will be decided based on disablement by an occupational medical specialist and as per term and conditions of various sections and schedules and Act. 3.3.5 Training: For an accurate investigation of incidents/accidents, knowledge is required at line Management function have to be trained in their responsibility as described 14. Analysis techniques to be used and the proper way of reporting. 3.3.6 Time of investigation: Investigation of incidents and accidents must take place as soon as reasonably practicable but not later than 24 hours after occurrence, delay in investigation will lead to Change of circumstances in which occurrence happened Loss of information of the accident It will be more difficult to find/establish the direct/indirect causes and circumstances. 3.3.7 Collection of information: After taking care of the victims, if applicable and measures are to be taken to control on hazardous situation,
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information must be collected. Statement of witness: A statement from witnesses and if possible the victim must be made as soon as possible, active after occurrence of the accident/incident. The statement must focus in the facts of the occurrence, the statement should be read to the witness and his/her sign should be obtained for approval. Photographs: If possible, pictures must be taken from the scene of the accident/incident and any thing important such as object remembering the fact that “a picture shows a scene clear than explained in thousand words”. Drawings: Drawings, maps, sketches, etc include measurement should be made also. Objects: Objects relevant to the investigation that are practicable to be handled can be taken for further investigation noting down the same in; the report which must be labeled and handed over to Safety Manager who will take care of storage. 3.3.8. Analysis and report: After the facts have been collected, to analyze the accident/incident and the A&NM report has to be filled out. The standard form as in Annexure I & II should be used for this purpose. The words used should be short and to point and sentence as simple as easier. The standard form consists the following 2 parts: Part I Identification: Document the accident/incident information. Description of accident/incident: Describe in short to the points and sentences as what has happened preferably in chronological order including items. Measures / Action analysis: Immediate corrective measure/action Indicate which measure/action is taken to prevent recurrence of accident/incident. Long term corrective measure/action Propose long term action/measure including priority. Analysis:
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A listing out of the ordinary (deviant) action and circumstances and the name of the personnel and job/function related factors which were of any influence or might have lead to the occurrence of the accident/incident. Out of the ordinary (defiant)action: Working without permit (in case where it is necessary) No warning or securing Working with incorrect speed Switching off/improper use of security Use of defect or not right for the job tools Improper or failure to use PPE Improper stacking, loading or placement Use of wrong posture of work spot Incorrect lifting Working on the rotating machinery Any distraction Use of alcohol, medication, drugs. Deviant condition: Insufficient protection on machinery Defect tools, material Piling up/accumulation of material Insufficient alarms Danger of fire/or explosion Lack of order and nearness Atmospheric condition, such as vapor, gas leak Too much noise Exposure of radio active radiation Insufficient lighting and/or ventilation Slippery floors Stocking of material obstructing reach of emergency equipment Obstruction to walk ways by protruding objects of stocks. Personal Factors: Insufficient capability Insufficient knowledge Insufficient experience Stress Insufficient motivation. Job/function/related aspects: Insufficient supervision/control/instruction Insufficient design Insufficient purchase standards
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Insufficient maintenance Improper tools: Insufficient standards for execution of works Wear and Tear Improper use. Analysis: Besides the list of factors as above, attention must be given to seriousness of consequence exposure (Number of employees, duration, frequency, recurrence chances). Part-2: Evaluation Form: This form is not to be filled out by reporter, but is used by the Works Manager. to evaluate the accident/incident (See Annexure-II) 3.3.9 Point of time of report: The A&NM Report must be sent to P&A Dept of site office within 48 hours. Management Head of Dept Safety Committee Safety Manager 3.3.10 Quality Control: Upon the request of first responsible in charge of accident/incident investigation, the Safety Manager and Company Consultant physician will assist in the investigation and reporting of accident/incident. The quality control of the report investigation will be done by Safety Manager. An evaluation Form (as per Annexure 2) is used for the purpose. The Safety Manager is authorized to collect additional information of the accident/incident. Twice a year an evaluation of all accident/incident and investigation including comments will be sent to the Management. Annexes: 1. Accident and near miss Report Part I Risk evaluation Prevention Management
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Identification Description

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control 2. Accident near Miss Report Part II Quality paper.

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ANNEXURE-T (Page 1)

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(To be returned to P&O Dept. within 48 hours). ACCIDENT AND NEAR MISS REPORT
Part I

REPORTER Name of Victim

A.N.M.R. Nr.

(Name) (Date) (Signature) Function Location of accident Yes/No/Hired via. Date of accident Project Name Time of accident Project nr. Owner personally Accident potential See Procedure category Description Of the accident (summary of events, situation leading to the accident in chronological order) Consequences of Indication total day Lost work accident (summary of sustained injury, damages, lost Lime3) Indicate place and kind of injury on drawing. Names of eventual Further investiYes/No witnesses gation required When initiated investigation Leader Signature Name and Place & Date designation of Site/Works Manager

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ANNEXURE-I(PAGE2) GENERAL INFORMATION A.N.M.R. NR. Reporter Date received

Victim Date handled/finished

MEASURESA/ACTION AND ANALYSIS Immediate Corrective Measures taken Long term Corrective Action/measures Analysie by Menmber Team consisting 1) 2) 3) CHECK ON ACTION/MEASURES 1ST CHECK BY Result Remark By

2ND CHECK

BY

Result

Remark

Made up by

Verified by

Seen by

Investigation Team Members

Project Chief Engineer/Dy.P.M

Project Manager

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ANNEXURE-II

BEIJING UNI-CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO., LTD.
Accident and Near Miss Report GENERAL INFORMATION A.N.M.R. Nr. Reporter Project Name Project Nr. Date in Short description PART II Victim

Date finished

Analysis

Quality Review 1.Compleeness 2.Reporting team 3.Acton/measures taken

Made up by

Date:

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3.4 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND SPECIAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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Date

Prepared

Authorised

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S.No . 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 HSM/01/3.4.1-01 HSM/01/3.4.1-02 HSM/01/3.4.1-03 HSM/01/3.4.1-04 HSM/01/3.4.1-05 HSM/01/3.4.1-06 HSM/01/3.4.1-07 HSM/01/3.4.1-08 HSM/01/3.4.1-09 HSM/01/3.4.1-l0 Various safety and precaution measures Use of Hand-tools Portable power tools/lamps Grinding machine Electricity Electric welding Welding and cutting using gas and oxygen Hoisting cranes and ?mobile cranes Crane inspection and crane books Chain, shackles, lifting tackles, slings and other lifting gear 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19. 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 HSM/01/3.4.1-11 SHM/0I/3.4.1-12 HSM/01/3.4.1- 13 HSM/01/3.4.1-14 HSMO1 /3.4.1-15 HSM/01/3.4.1-16 HSM/01/3.4.1-17 HSM/01/3.4.1-18 HSM/01/3.4.1-19 HSM/01/3.4.1-20 HSM/01/3.4.1-21 HSM/01/3.4.1-22 HSM/01/3.4.1-23 HSM/0l /3.4.1-24 HSM/01/3.4.1-25 HSM/01 /3.4.1-26 HSM/01/3.4.1-27 HSM/01/3.4.1-28 Safety guard on parts Hygiene First-aid in the event of accident Fire prevention Personal protective equipment Alcohol and drugs Portable ladders Staging and scaffolding Storage of equipment and spares Ventilation Lighting Manual lifting Gangways Dumping of wastes Generator sets Workshops, pump-house Access facilities Fuel tank and pumps
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Document Code

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1.29 1.30 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3

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Vehicles House keeping Special Safety Committee in project site Mock fire drills Drill on how to act in the event of an medical emergency

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Permits for hazardous works Site ?HSE? inspection

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3.4.1.01

Various Safety and precaution measures:

Ensure tat there is a list of important telephone numbers available at the site/at the yard of working labor Ensure that blood groups and any allergies relating to medication of employees known. Ensure that personnel who operate installations of machinery are familiar with equipment and tat the prescribed operating instructions we followed. Never stand on moving installations e.g. conveyor belts when in use or on loads that are being transported. The following situations and/or activities demand that at least two persons are in attendance Work aloft Work in confined places Work on ladders Changing pump casings and fans Keep escape routes free from obstacles Pay special attention to safety in the following situation: Working with lifting gear The storage of gas cylinders Polluted soil and sludge Insecure ground (Earth movement) Strong currents Heavy weather (heavy waves) Floor space immediately surrounding either fixed or portable machines must be kept clear and prevented becoming slippery. Ensure use of safety hard hat in the following situation: Working in areas where materials are handled overhead. Hazardous situations and/or actions must be reported immediately to the project Chief
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Engineer through leading personnel.. 3.4.1.02 Use of Hand Tools: Accidents that occur while using hand tools can cause serious injuries. Among the causes of accidents are improper use of tools Failure to use personal protection equipment such as Eye protection Use of unsuitable tools Lack of maintenance Incorrect clothing Always choose the correct tool if you are unsure, seek advice Report any defect to the person in charge Avoid use of tools with slippery handle Do not use tools with insecure handles Hand tools which are used as tackles must be periodically inspected at least once in a year. The inspection record/date must be clearly visible on the equipment by using for eg.colour, label or date. 3.4.1.03 Portable power-tools/lamps: Electrical power tools must be double insulated Portable lamps that are not double insulated used in damp and humid conditions, must be low voltage (especially during inspection of sand pumps etc.) Check that voltage is correct prior to the machine is used. Prior to using a power-tool ensure that all safety/protective devices belonging to the machine are in place. When not in use, power tools must be clean and ready for use and stored in designated place. If power tools are used at height, ensure they must be attached with safety ropes even if by chance the tool fall the above will prevent serious injury to the men working below. Electric cables and lead to portable will be one cause for tripping hazard. Cables and hoses are easily damageable hence must be of suspended type and protected when not in use.
Any defects to the cable/hoses and tools must be reported immediately to the person in charge of As far as possible use pneumatic tools.

Electrical hand tools must be inspected periodically at least once in 6 months, the inspection status and date must be clearly visible on the equipments by using for e.g. colour, label, tag or date.
3.4.1.04 Grinding machines:

Grinding machines must under no circumstances be operated without the grinding support being in position and at correct distance from the wheel. During grinding, goggles or face shield must be worn at all times. Ensure that either grinding oil or clean water is available at all times for cooling purpose. All grinding wheels that have sustained any damage or out of balance must be disposed . The central hole of the grinding wheel must be tightly fit on drive shafts. Before assembly ensure that grinding wheel of suitable rotation slated for grinding machine.
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Prevent danger of sparks from the grinding machine as much as possible. Ensure the grinding machine is provided with a sputter guard and that this is kept in order. 3.4.1.05 .Electricity:

Rubber mats must placed in front of main switch board Main switch boards must be adequately protected and make to keep unauthorized persons out the danger area. Periodic checks should be carried out on Emergency sets Alarm system (if applicable) Emergency lighting Ensure that: ? Electrical cables, junction boxes and contact boxes are in a safe condition. Extension cables have the same gauge as is the equipment they operate. Junction boxes can be closed properly. ? Electrical equipment used in wet areas must be connected through an earth leakage breaker. ? This circuit must be regularly tested using the test button. ? Electrical cables for emergency or other important current supplies must not pass through gullies and laundry areas or other areas wit high fire risk ? Each individual circuit must be protected against short circuits and overload on each circuit current setting for the overload protection (FUSE SET) must be stated. Adequate fire prevention measures to be taken Cables must be kept in safe condition Damaged cables must be repaired or replaced The welding machine must be switched off if possible disconnected from its power source after use. Whenever possible welding must not take place where there are ftel tanks or inflammable substance without the permission of project manager. Protective clothing and personal protection equipment must be worn to protect the skin and eyes. Inflammable material in the immediately visiting of the welding place must be shielded (e.g. with fire blanker) The welding machine must have no load voltage of 42volts. If possible, welding transformers with a reduced no-low voltage should be fitted with a voltmeter connected to the welding side of the transformer. The person carrying out the welding activities can then check before commencing the work that the reduced no-load voltage is reached within the slated time. The rated value of the reduced no-load voltage must be clearly indicated on the Voltmeter scale 3.4.1.06 Electric welding No approached electric welding with wet-clothing. Temporary electric wire and switching board must be install with minimum 2
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circuit breakers with corresponding loading capacity. Never operate switches without knowledge. Daily inspect electrical extension system before work. Electric welder must be tested and checked before use To train staff on how to operate electric welder A handle/stick must be insulated protective, never use a piece of cloth or tape. A ground-line must be connected to structure or metal cover of every kind of electric machinery. 3.4.1.07 Welding and Cutting using Gas and Oxygen: Proper fire prevention precautions must be taken Certain repairs may require someone to be in attendance with fire extinguishers. Ensure that gas and oxygen cylinders are in up-right position. Also during stock in fixed positions. Separated (steel plate between cylinder heads) Protected against extreme heat in well ventilated lockers or boxes Acetylene cylinders must not be used in horizontal position but at an Angle of 300 from the horizontal; Use appropriate connections, hoses and torches. oxygen cylinders must be equipped with reducing values Close cylinders during work breaks. Never use oxygen for cleaning purposes because it represents a fire hazard. Pay attention to the following: Cylinders and valve must be free from oil and grease; Hoses and fittings must be in good order. Dirty and oily clothing in contact with oxygen burn like a torch. Whenever possible welding and burning flames must be vented. Unauthorized welding should not take place where there we fuel tanks and where inflammables materials are stocked without the permission of the Project Manager. Hoses and pipelines must be maintained in good order. All times protective clothing and PPE must be worn to protect skin and eyes. 3.4.1.08 Hoisting, Cranes, Mobile Cranes and Gantry Cranes: Cranes must only be operated by competent (in some cases licence) persons. Under no circumstances should a crane be left unattended even for short periods, unless all loads have been removed from the hook and power supply shutoff wit brakes and locks applied thus leaving the machine in safe condition. Never travel with a load unless it is designed for that purpose. Safe working loads apply only to freely suspended loads. It is expressly forbidden to use the crane hook for slewing motion of a crane to drag any loading to ground. The load must be kept vertical in other words “NON-VERTICAL LIFTING? is forbidden. Should a defect be found in any of the following crane parts this must be reported to the person in charge immediately and same must not be used. Overload alarm (if exits) Load moment limited (if applicable)
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Brakes Slewing clutches Cranes and lifting gear are to be marked with their Safe Working Loads. Any fault that may affect the safe operation of the crane ensure that before the lifting equipment is used, it has been inspected and the inspection record date is still valid (inspection once in a year). lifting hook should be provided with a safety ratchet When the crane driver cannot oversee the complete working area, he must be assisted by a signaler for receiving his instructions by any other means of communication such as mobile telephone, etc. 3.4.1.09 Crane inspection and crane books: In order to guarantee the safety of cranes and lifting devices they must be inspected and approved following any major alterations/overhauls. They must in any event be subjected to be regular inspections. The intervals between these inspection must not exceed the periods stated in the following table for each type of cranes. The inspections/examinations must be carried out by a competent person belonging to a specialist company approved by DGFASLI for the above purpose. Additional requirements may be set depending on this principle of concerned (client) for whom the operations contract are carried out by the company. A crane book must be available for every crane in which all data checks inspection, tests and trials and major alterations/overheads carried out relating crane are stated. The following table must carry out, ;the identified: indicates which inspection is applicable to which crane and who documents which must be carried by each type of crane are also identified

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Equipment type Crawler mounted type Mobile Cranes with structural split type booms

Inspection before commissioning Manufacturer?s test certificate Competent person?s observation remarks

Document with Scheduled the equipment inspection by Crane book wit Competent authenticated person approved lifting table by DOFASLI once in 5 years for crane and loose gear assembly. But load testing and visual thorough inspection once in a year for allied lifting gears such as chains, shackles, lifting cables, slings other lifting item Crane Book -ditto-

Overhead -dittotraveling electrical gantry cranes lyre-mounted -dittomobile jib cranes (telescopic booms) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Crane Book

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1. OL Operating Load. This is permissible load that can be lifted using non-interchangeable lifting components i.e. the permissible sum of the mass of the useful load, the lifting equipment (slings, shackles) and the interchangeable lifting components (balance hose and ballet hook, etc.)


2. OLM Operating Load Moment This is the product of the operating load and working radius.
— —

3.Competent person A person with a broad practical knowledge of the characteristics (Specified safety points of the equipment type and has sufficient understanding of the engineering and statutory aspects of the equipments (Standards) approved by the DGFALSI for the purpose of examination/testing and issue of safety certificate as required by the statute in the specified format and make entries in Crane Book..


The responsibility of the employer is to get the equipment tested/examined and certified by one such competent person to meet the statutory obligations.
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In the construction industry drivers of mobile cranes and tower cranes should have to be in possession of a certificate of expertise and an medical certificate. if no formal certificate of expertise for the crane operator, the employee should organise effective education and instruction. 3.4.1.1.Chains, shackles, lifting cable~, slings and other lifting gear: All these equipment must be obtained with a test certificate from the manufacturer and it is the responsibility of the manager-equipment to file these certificate in a folder in orderly manner. He will in turn indicate the appropriate gear to be used for each item of equipment. The lifting gear must be visually checked regularly by the competent person once in a year to ensure it remains in good order and these visual inspections must be recorded in the relevant crane/lifting gear books. The above inspection records should be clearly visible on the equipment by using colour/label, tag or date Never carry out lifting activities using lifting cables or slings attached to each other with wire rope clips.
Pay special attention to all kinds of distortion, corrosion or rust affected areas on-

? Chains
? ? ? ? ? ? Links Shackles Hooks Rings Swivels Eye-bolts

The parts with the above mentioned defects must be replaced. Shackle pins must be secured with locking nuts and or securing pin.. Suitable packing to protect slings from damage by sharp edged loads must be provided. 3.4.1.11 Safety guards on Revolving parts: Ensure revolving parts on engines, electric motors, generators pumps, lifting equipments concrete mixtures are shielded. Such parts include: ?

Gear wheels
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? ? ?

Sheaves Belts Shafts

Machines from which the safety guards have been removed for one reason or other must not be operated unless protective measures are taken. Damaged safety guards must either be repaired or replaced.. 3.4.1.12 Hygiene: Keep toilet and wash rooms in clean and in hygienic condition. Just as you would like to find them. Keep canteen and Mess Halls clean and free from discarded food and packaging. Left over foods must be placed in closeable waste container and suitably disposed off. Waste must not be allowed to pollute the environment and/or the water. Since this attracts germ which can spread disease. Personal hygiene is the most essential requirement which should be remembered and all necessary measures should be taken to safeguard the health of each individual and in turn the group. Ensure the availability of good drinking water which in turn prevent the spread of water borne illness. Before equipment can be used after being shut-down tanks and pipelines must be flushed through with clean water before tanks are refilled. 3.4.1.13. First aid in the event of Accident: A medical cabinet and a stretcher must be provided in the dispensary at the site office and also a first aid box in identified and marked place and all employees must know about the position of where it is. The equipment remains the responsibility of area manager who is responsible for the replenishment of the first aid supplies of the Box Medical cabinet replenishing will be done by the qualified compounders employed round the clock a Fire-aid Centre. The condition of the stretcher to be kept on check constantly. Irrespective of the legal requirement is there or not, our policy is to keep one first-aid box and at least one employee holding the valid certificate/training in first aid procedure where more than 25 people are working on each site and collectively one dispensary with a compounder and a medical cabinet with all emergency lifesaving medicine in the mid of the work site attached to the office where dressing room, rest room for affected employee and also stretcher and an ambulance vehicle at all times along with a driver to move the injured employees for further treatment to nearby hospital. All employees are kept informed of where the above facilities are available near their work site and whom to contract for first aid help. The procedure in the event of a medical emergency including
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telephone nos of nearby government hospitals, adequate for the local circumstances shall be decided, announced and tested. 3.4.1.14. Fire prevention:
Cleanliness and orderliness can prevent fire. Therefore damp, greasy or oily cleaning

cloth to be disposed in closeable disposal container (spontaneous self ignition). Spilled oil or such like substances must be cleaned up immediately. When cooking with gas (Indane, Burshane) ensure that the gas cylinder are stored in a separate well ventilated space. All gas connections are to be professionally installed and properly connected. Oil-fired stoves must be placed in drip pans to prevent spread of leaked oil. When storing paintings, thinners, grease and oil, ensure that the packing are well-sealed. They are to be categorized and stored in separate specifically designated areas. Grease and oil drums are to be properly stored on planks and lashed and storage areas properly ventilated. Naked flames and other sources of ignition are prohibited in areas where inflammable liquids are stored and handled. “Smoking, fire and naked flames are prohibited”. Signs must be posted in all such areas. All employees should be informed of the position of fire extinguishers, type of fire for which they can be used and made sure that most of them are familiar with their
operation.

CLASS OF FIRE

Class A Class B Class C Class D Class F

For solids such as wood, paper, clothing, etc. with exception of metals For liquids such as gas, paints and bitumen For gases such as propane, butane and acetylene For metals such as magnesium, sodium, calcium and aluminum For Electrical equipments.

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Extinguishing agents to be used
Extinguishing Agent Class First As per Table I Water Foam C02 Dry Powder BCF(1211) Halon(l 302) BCE A AB (A)?BCE Blaze powder ABCD(E)2 BC Powder BC Characteristics Range Good Depends Poor on foam density Good Good (A)

Visibility Post-fire damage Use on fire Good which is hard to Moderate access Poor

Good High Poor Good Good Moderate None Poor Good Good None Good Good Good High in small areas Good Good Moderate

Manoeuvre Readiness for use

Poor Moderate

Moderate Poor Depends Good on foam density None Moderate Good Moderate

Toxicity Versatility equipment

None in None

Moderate Moderate

(A) Not for, Fire under the surface in wood, cleaning cloths, coal, etc. Substances that decompose when healed, such as foam rubber and plastics. (B) Not for switch gear: Do not obstruct the position of the fire extinguishers; all fire extinguishers must be in a fixed position, visible and readily obtainable in an emergency. Fire Extinguishers must be checked once a year and after use (check on sticker) Ensure tat appropriate fire extinguishers are available according to the safety plan on site and in the vicinity of:
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(a) welding (Open fire) (b) storage places for oils, grease and paint. (c) Storage places for gas and oxygen bottles. The functioning of fire alarm systems (if exists)and installations be checked at least once a week. instructions on procedures to follow in the event of a fire must be displayed at the work place. The use of C02 and Halon in terms of confined spaces can be life-threatening, in connection with oxygen displacement.
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3.4.1.15. Personal protection equipment: The Company shall provide the under-mentioned personal protection equipments depending on the job and circumstances. It is the responsibility of the project manager. area manager and site manager who must ensure that the necessary equipment is available at work site in good time and is used. It is the responsibility of the line management who must ensure through project manager for the technical aids. The usability of the personal protection equipment in the correct manner, if it is felt, necessary, the personal protection equipment must be designed of for on receipt. All the personal protection equipment issued remains the property of an employer.

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The user of the PPE is responsible for its maintenance and correct use.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE APPLICABLE LOCATION EQUIPMENT TO BE USED Compulsory for all workers in site A) Protective footwear location other than earth work, mixing 1) Safety shoes/boots and placing of mortar or concrete and where the work is done in wet condition. Mixing and placing of mortar or concrete and where the work is done in wet 2) Knee gumboot Mixing and placing of mortar or concrete and where the work is done in wet
condition.

3) Shoe For those working in earth work. B) Protective heargear 1) Safety hard hat (helmet) 2) Headgear with face shield Compulsory for all employees in all attachment major site locations. Welders working in areas where overhead working also is going along. Personnel who are working in overhead locations where chances of fall is likely Safety goggles/spectacles (plain) Personnel engaged in grinding, cutting, drilling and scaling using any Eye protection: apparatus which is likely throw off metal flash or any other particles and vibrators. During arc welding with gas and oxygen. Personnel working in earthwork, cement handlers, batching plant operators. Generator operators and any environment where the noise is likely to exceed 80dB(A) E) l)Face protection (including eye protection against Electricians, electrically operated IR&UV)rays vibrator operators, concrete mixing and F) 1) Respiratory protection pouring personnel. G) Ear protection: H) Hand protection a) Rubber gloves
3.4.1.16 Alcohol and drugs The fact that the use of alcohol/drugs affects a person?s fitness for duty and above all harms his health, it leads to an increased risk of accident. In view with the law of the land employees are not permitted to use alcohol or drugs while on duty, to be under this influence of alcohol taken while off duty. Employees must be free of the influence of alcohol before starting the work.
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3.4.1.17. Portable ladders: Portable ladders should be inspected at regular intervals and be maintained in sound condition. Damaged ladders must be taken out of service or repaired or beyond repair, destroyed. All ladders when in use in staging should rise to a height of 1 Meter above the top of the landing unless there are other suitable hand holds. When using a ladder it must be secured at the top; and the bottom and here must be adequate space behind for secure a foot hold. Never climb a ladder when holding something in your hand. For this purpose. always use a pulley. Always have both hands free when climbing ladders. Particular care should be taken when it is wet. Portable ladders should always be placed at an angle of 750C to horizontal. A slope of four vertical rungs to one horizontal so that stresses are more evenly distributed. Lesser angles cause the ladder to sag and if the ladder is completely horizontal. Any weight in it, may cause it to break. A horizontal ladder is also extremely hazardous to negotiate and should not be used. Broken, rusted and/or dilapidated rungs must be removed and renewed.

3.4.1.18. Staging: If you are working over a height over 3.2.5 meters whenever possible rig up a safe staging which has guard rails and a platform with raised edge with respect to tools and material which may fall. Where it is not practically to fit guard rails, a (d) Operators cabins (e) Engine and Pump Houses
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Stores (f) Special attention to inflammable, poisonous and explosive substances. safety harness should be worn. Staging blanks must be in good condition and securely lashed at both ends so prevent materials falling on individuals below. Always make sure that you have safe access and can work safely with both hands free. Do not always take risk that could cause accidents and injury to either yourself or to the people near or below you.
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Scaffolding~:Must choose the correct type of scaffolding depending on use more than 5’ height must be designed by a qualified engineer.
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Scaffoldings

Do scaffolds should be as near as possible to the wall of the building as practical. All pole scaffolds must be firmly tied to the structure or the building as practical. Diagonal bracing must be provided the prevent to scaffolding from moving, swinging and buckling and small be fitted in both direction to cover the entire scaffolding. Platform planks must be fined with their edges close together so that to prevent falling of materials. Planks must be used to end support to at least 1?. Guard-rails to be provided should be 42” height with a mid rail and tie. People working under/near the scaffolding works must be provided with safety hard hats to avoid head injury of the people. The footing for the scaffolding must be level, sound, rigid and capable of carrying
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the maximum intended load. Scaffolds should be erected, moved, dismantled or altered under the supervision of competent person. Slipping condition on scaffolds must be eliminated as so they occur. Damaged or deteriorated materials must not be used. Keep the scaffoldings always in good condition protected from rust. Inspect the erected scaffoldings regularly for the safe condition.
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3.4.1.19. Storage of equipment and spares: All equipments and material must be stacked in such a way that they cannot move away or fall down. When storing pipes. especially when they are stacked in layers wedges to prevent them from rolling down.
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3.4.1.20. Ventilation: Sufficient ventilation must be provided in(a) Offices (b) Cabins (c) Dining Hall Particular attention must be given to ventilation where heating appliances are installed and areas where welding takes place. 3.4.1.21 lighting Adequate lighting must be provided in all work areas, in entrances and exits, near dangerous openings, in storage areas and places where lifting and lowering is taking place. There must be sufficient lighting in corridors and stairways. Emergency exits (if exists) must be equipped with emergency lighting. During night hours, special attention to be paid for adequate lighting in all work areas which are catered by day light during day hours. 3.4.1.22. Manual lifting: When lifting heavy objects, there is a right way and a wrong way of doing. So, the wrong way is very tiring and can also injurious to your back. Lifting in the correct way requires practice. Follow the simple rule which makes the lifting easier. Size up the job, watch out for sharp edges and protruding nails. If at all doubt feel that you can manage, get help. Bend your knee, grip firmly, keep the chin well tucked in Also by straightening one leg, the strain will not then fall on your back. Keep the back straight and the hand close to the body Place your feet in such a way that you are well balanced To unload reverse the procedure. When carrying lengths of steel, pipes, ladders etc. balance them on your shoulder When carrying lengths of steel, pipes, etc., always lower the front end when
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going through the door way. This will prevent injury to the face, head or chest if any one who is coming out of the same door way. When carrying any material, make sure that your path is clear of obstructions.
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3.4.1.23. Gangways: Whenever possible, a safe gang way should be used, with a handrail on both sides/one side as the case may be when it is a height of more than 3.25M above the floor level attached to overhead cabins. Make sure the gangway is properly secured at all times. The dead end of the gangway should also be closed with handrail to prevent overstepping The base material used must be sufficiently strong and should not have gap to prevent accidental fall in between..
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3.4.1.24. Dumping of wastes:
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Try to minimise the amount of waste. Do not throw any waste in open, if should be put in closable lid container.

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Various wastes lying inside the containers should be collected at regular interval and disposed off suitably as the category may be. Please refer waste management Doc.NO.EM/01/02 for further details.
3.4.1.25. Generator sheds:

Install a board depicting “SOUND LEVEL HIGH USE EAR PROTECTION”.
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Always keep few pairs of fresh Ear plugs handy. Being an electro-mechanical equipment, special attention to be paid for safety of both aspects. Ensure the minimum requirement checklist available with equipment checked prior to starting the set. Fire Extinguishers must be kept ready in position.
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For availing use in emergencies, personnel should be aware of the u se of the for

above extinguishers. Rubber mats must be placed on floor in areas adjacent to generator set emergency change over of supply in vogue.
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3.4.1.26. Work shops, pump rooms:
The senior supervisor will ensure that before any guard of machinery is removed, the power is shut off and the machine is isolated. After repairs or adjustments been carried out, he will personally see that the guards are replaced securely before the machine is re-started.

The working area around the machine should be clean, dry and tidy.
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Any spillover of coolant/lubricating oils or leakages should be wiped off with wastes and the same should be dumped in closable lid containers. Where emergency stops are fitted to machinery, they must ?be tested frequently and any defects must be reported and repaired immediately. Loose, torn or ragged garments are hazard when working near a moving machinery. Special attention is drawn to hazard of neck ties Sweat cloth. Remove rings, bracelets, watches, necklaces, etc. prior to commencing the work. Never attempt to carry out repairs on any remote-controlled piece of machinery without informing the person in charge who must ensure that all controls are not mobilized (work switch). Personnel at protective equipments, as needed should be used while working with concerned machinery. Fire Extinguishers of specific type should always be in handy and people should also how it should be operated when required. 3.4.1.27. Access facilities: Ensure that the under mentioned access ways are free from obstacles, grease, oil, etc. a) Passageways b)Walkways c)Workshop floors d)Platforms e)Stairways f)Gangways g)Scaffolding If possible, wherever men are working, provisions must be made for second escape route. Permanent fittings that may cause obstruction, must be painted in a conspicuous/contrast color to draw attention to them. Never leave cables, slings, steel, debris lying around walkways. Always ensure they are stored away. Emergency exists must be marked on both sides ?Emergency exist 3.4.1.28. Fuel tanks and Pump Fuel tanks and pumps must be marked in order to warn people that naked flames and heat are dangerous. Engine exhausts in the vicinity must be provided with spark arrestersStands with fire buckets filled with sand and or water must be erected adjacent to pumps. 3.4.1.29. Vehicles: All relevant transport regulations must be complied with on public roads. In site haul roads they are abiding by maximum site speed limit. It is the driver?s responsibility to ensure that the load is properly secured. Picking up hitch-hickers is not permitted. Parking of vehicles on haul roads obstructing to traffic, attending to vehicle or maintenance on roads not permitted. 3.4.1.30. Housekeeping:
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This is nothing but a basic fact of “place for every one and everything in its place” which helps to a great extent in efforts of reducing chances to incur into accidents or rushing out in emergent situation. Walkways to be clear of possible trip hazards. Noting should protrude in the gangways/walkways from the place, where they are stored. Walking across the lawns should be avoided. No unusable materials should be thrown outside as we like. It is to be deposited in dust bins only. 3.4.2.SPECIAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: 3.4.2.1 Safety Committee in Project Site: According to ?Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation and Employment and Conditions of Service) Central Rules 1998, came into force from i9~ November 1998,1 Chapter XXI safety organisation calls for constitution of Safety Committee comprising of equal number of management representatives and also of Building Workers where there are ordinarily 500 and above personnel are employed by an employer in project construction site activities. The Project Manager will head the committee and all functional departmental heads, such as execution of work, mechanical, electrical, personnel and safety will be management representatives of the Committee. The Project Manager in consultation with the departmental heads will nominate workers? representatives, preferably volunteers and constitution of the Committee will be officially notified. The important task for the safety committee is to ad vise the Project Manager about the measures to be taken to prevent accidents in site. That mean regularly carrying out safety inspection on work sites, pointing out dangerous situations, unsafe handling procedures and the use of any unsafe materials and tools. Ensuring that the necessary personnel protection equipment is used. Reporting and investigation of accidents. Advising the Project Manager based on the outcome of investigation, about the measures to be taken for preventing similar accidents. The Project Manager is overall responsible for the safety management of activities .The Safety Committee should identify and promote means safety on site. Safety checklists will be discussed periodically with the safety Committee before sending them to higher auth& The Safety Committee will meet at least once in a month. Records must be kept and the following subjects shall be discussed: a) Results of safety checks b) Suggestion from the workmen c) Advice to the Project Management d) In what manner and by whom the administration should be carried out can be decided by the Safety Committee. e) Everybody in the site should know who keeps the records and where. This i encourage participative management of the skill of the workmen?s expertise in
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their own field. f) There will be an agenda for the safety committee review meeting and the Minutes will be recorded and circulated to all ?members. In case of important decisions will be displayed on Notice Board. 3.4.2.2 Mock-fire Drills: At the intervals not exceeding a year, mock fire drills will be conducted in various site and office locations. There will be an advance information by a notice to the concerned area indicating the place and time of drill. Safety Manager will co-ordinate the activities. Mock-fire will be lit at the designated places. “Fire fire” calls will be given and people will rush to the area from among the personnel, few of them will remove the fire extinguishers from its fixed location and will operate the equipment and extinguish the fire. This will be an actual demonstration of how to meet out fire hazard emergencies. Fire extinguishers used up in the drill will be immediately sent out for refilling and fixing on its designated location. 3.4.2.3 Drill on how to act in the event of an medical emergency: This is nothing but an exercise how site personnel are expected to behave in the event of an medical emergency. A plan of action in the event of an site medical emergency will be prepared by the Safety Manager and will be on approval by the Project Manager, displayed in the Main Notice Board and also at important site location. Any intervening vehicle coming along the route of ambulance will step aside and give way to ambulance. Stretcher will be taken out to ambulance on reaching the site and a mock accident victim will be carefully placed as if he is really an injured man and someone will accompany the victim during its return travel to first-aid centre. By that time first-aid centre will be ready to receive the victim the life saving and condition stabilisation equipments such as respiratory mask with medical oxygen cylinder connected.. Intravenous Life-saving drug from glucose/saline bottle hung from hook attached to the bar at the roof of vehicle. The timing between the intimation of message from site to mock victim reaching first-aid centre will be calculated and recorded to assess any further improvement in reducing the time by suitably placing the ambulance itself in the most risk potential site itself rather from its designated parking place. 3.4.2.4 Permits for hazardous work 1). The system for work permits is to control the risk for personnel when working under hazardous conditions and for the environment. 2). Work permit system applies to hazardous work done such as construction work activities in sites in seashore or offshore during heavy weather conditions such as very high tides, very strong wind, reasonably unsafe climatic conditions, working in a confined space, work on redundancy system, working on live electrical systems, work on safety system, any other non-routine hazardous work.
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3). Responsible officers: a) Officer In charge Area Manager/Site Manager of concerned activities b) Safety Manager — Responsible for Safety items c) Equipment Manager — for utilities and services. 4). Tasks, responsibilities and authorities: It is the responsibility of the officer in charge of the area/site where the said work is being carried out, to ensure that the work is being done according to the applicable safety precautions (e.g. protective appliances and rescue measures and the instructions as laid down in this procedure). Only after ensuring that all possible precautions have been taken, will be given his permission for the work to be done. The officer in charge will inform the Works Manager the following items given for permit issue: a) Type of work to be done b) Persons to do the work c) Precautions taken d) Starting time of work e) Estimated duration of the work. The officer on duty will record these items in the Permit sheet. After completion of the work, the Officer incharge will in turn report Works Manager and the officer on duty will sign off the permit sheet for hazardous work. If the estimated duration of work is exceeded, the officer incharge must inform the Works Manager to extend the work permit.


5). Procedure a) Work confined spaces: All closed compartments like tanks and holds are considered as confined space. Before starting any work inside these confined spaces, the following precautions must be taken: Ensure there is an adequate breathable air mixture and proper ventilation. Ensure there is adequate lighting Hoisting equipment and life line is ready and available. Ensure that appropriate protective equipments such as respirators, hearing and eye protectives are worn having a watch guard standby.
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b)Work on live electrical connection: Work on live electrical system shall only be carried out if no other alternative is available. The work must be carried out under the supervision of a senior electrical foreman with utmost care. After completion of the work fUll scale testing of the system, to ensure tat it is in the appropriate working condition, must be accomplished before signing off. c) Work on redundancy systems: Work on system that can influence normal operations and on redundancy systems are also considered as hazardous work as it is of influence to the
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integral operations of the work site activities and must be treated with the same caution. No repair or maintenance or ancillary equipment vital to the safe operations will be done without a work permit, d) Work on safety systems: Work on the safety systems must be securely planned. Safety systems include: Alarm system (if exists) Detection system (if applicable Fire fighting system Communication system Life saving appliances
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All work on safety system must be permitted by the Safety Manager. The project chief Engineer must be informed. e) Other non-routine and hazardous work: Whenever the work needs to be done which is non-routine and/or involving risks to personnel, equipment, assets, environment, an analysis of the involved risks will be carried out.
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This analysis can be done in a kick-off meeting. The analysis should involve as a minimum assessment of risks and possible consequences Precautions to minimise the risks Precautions to minimise the potential consequences Preparation of a checklist of all precautions to be taken. Before actual start up of the work, all precautions should be taken according to the checklist. f) Work during heavy weather conditions: This work will be carried out? only when it is very essential to continue the work activities which is necessary to be completed for any specific essentiality. All due precautions to be taken to ensure necessary protective equipment and emergency life saving rescue measures are sufficiently available such as safety belts with lifeline, safety jackets, safety vests and lifebuoys with lifelines. The persons working must wear applicable emergency protective wear and always a standby watch-ward is in attention.
Approval of the Safety Manager must be obtained and he on his own and/or his second must stay during the operations.

Weather report for any deteriorating climate must be available from Meteorological /recognized institutions and the activities must be finished prior to the conditions further deteriorate. Equipment Manager must be informed and his senior representative must be available to meet any unintended occurrences.
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Moment after the work is completed to dire necessity, the permit should be signed off. No work activity should be carried out when the climatic conditions are severe and warning to that effect is given.
3.4.2.5 Site ?HSE? inspection: Safety, health and environmental aspects inspection at fortnightly intervals of various work sites of the project by responsible persons other than one who is having direct responsibility over site reference initially briefed by the Safety Manager on the salient points that are to be looked for with reference to the SHE activities will bring to light some of the deficiencies/lacuna that are encountered in such sites due to skips/over confidence and help in taking corrective measures for the non- conformances observed during the inspection. Concerned inspector should carry .PROJECT HSE INSPECTION” checklist developed for this purpose which ensures that all aspects of inspection are complete. The expectation from such inspection rather the mission is for the fact finding but not fault finding . The observations, remarks/suggestion should be non-biased. The inspection may initially be carried out with Safety Manager accompanying the inspector but positively along with the concerned site in charges so that they will be able to visualize the fact that what aspects are looked into for compliance by the inspector and what the, non-conformances observed. The above process should not become a mere routine but conducted with due spirit to bring about facts regarding the existing condition in the work site in order to enable the management to take the concerned Site In charge to take immediate corrective actions for the lacunas pointed out before they result in unwanted mishaps. The outcome of such inspection will form a point for discussion in the agenda in the Safety Council meeting where the site in charge will commit their response rather latest dates by which the non-conformances be corrected. The above inspection report will be serial numbered and will be filed by the Safety Manager and copies of such with due commitments from site in charge for corrective action will be forwarded to the Project Manager through the Project Chief Engineer or Deputy Project Manager and corrective actions will be monitored and recorded in the check list itself with endorsement by Safety Manager with date. Members of Safety Council should also be entrusted in ?HSE” inspection of sites using the checklist.

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CHECKLIST

Location inspected: (write the name of the location inspected) Name of the Inspector: Function: Signature: Name of the In-charge: Date of inspection:: Time of inspection:

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Sl.No Subject Are you aware of Safety Procedure applicable to site such as 1. Applicable PPEs 2. Restriction on vehicle / personnel entry 3. 4. 2. as 1. Personnel access restriction 2.Vehicle entry restriction 3.Compulsory PPEs to be complied to 3. Does the site provide with medical emergency plan:? 1. Is it displayed at site? 2. Is it available with site In charge? 4. Docs Personnel comply with applicable PPEs: 1 . Helmet 2. Safety shoes 3. Eye Gogles 4. Dust filter mask 5. Hand gloves 6. Ear plugs Restriction on access Hazard potential

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Does the site provided with clear instruction board such

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Are people follow safe work practices? Does safe working conditions exist? Does fire risks exists? Whether extinguishers provided? Do people aware of its operation?

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Are activities taking place Has potentials to environment pollution’? Do people aware of its operation?

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Is there any other potential hazard such as high tide’? Ghastly wind? Fall from height? Does personnel aware of the same? Are they aware of evacuation/protection during such occasions’?

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Does First-aid BOX provided at site? Are they aware of using the same? Did earlier site accidents reported’? Corrective measures implemented / followed Does previous inspection remarks resolved’?

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3.5 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

7i~3iiiian HSMOI/05 Doc.Nr. I Revision 09-10-2000 Date Prepared Authorised

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1. INTRODUCTION Whenever an emergent situation occurs at work site, the above BUCC?s Work Site Emergency Preparedness plan is followed. The above plan consists on the following parts: 1). General Scope 2). Responsibilities of personnel 3). Duty Rosters 4). Instruction-Accident reporting and investigation 5). Checklist for responsible management personnel 6). Combined operation information list. General scope: In case of an emergent situation from the on a work site, his plan indicates All actions to be taken. All immediate arrangements are initiated by BUCC?s contingency cell. BUCC?s H.O. organization to supply all assistance. 2. Responsibilities: In the case of an emergency, works manager and/or site manager will notify the project manager or his second (in the case of fatalities or severe injuries to personnel (either employed by BUCC or through contractor) notifies it to project safety manager who must be reachable by suitable communication system all 24 hours. In consultation with the project manager, safety manager notifies to Head of HR Dept and BUCC?s contingency cell consists of the following personnel are assembled at site office. Project Manager Safety Manager Incharge of personnel dept at site office Manager-nominated to meet emergency situations by management BUCC?s contingency cell assess the situation and carries out actions requirements Efforts must be made to inform the next of kin of the situation as soon as possible but not before all relevant information is available. Arrangements to be initiated immediately to accommodate the next of kin and provide them with relevant information whenever the victim is able to inform his next of kin, himself this opportunity must be made available to him. 3. Duty Roster: Safety Manager is an duty call 24 hours a day. In his absence a replacement rather a second will have to be on this duty. In such circumstances Project Manager will be duly informed of the same. Project Manager?s responsibility is transferable to works manager. Either the Project Manager or Works Manager must be reachable all 24 hours day via cellular phone. 4. Instruction — Accident reporting and investigation: The above has been laid down in document HSMIOI/03- Instructions Accident reporting and investigation of BUCC?s manual.


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5.Checklist:
1.1 Emergency checklist for incharge of personnel dept:

No. 1

Action OK Ask for telephone nos. of ProjectManager/Safety Manager 2 Name of the victim 3 How did it happen? Condition of the victim ( make sure information is reliable) 4. Where is the victim at this moment 5 Check for possible travel arrangement for next of kin 6. Inform next of kin 7. Inform management through P&A dept. of H.O. 8. Give feed back to safety manager 1.2 Emergency checklist for Project Manager S,No. Action OK 1 Ask for telephone nos.of works manager and/or site manager 2.

Name of the victim

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How did it happen? Condition of the victim (Make sure info if reliable) 4. Inform Safety Manager? 5. Give Feed back to works manager/site manager 1.3 Emergency checklist for Safety Manager: No. Action 1 Ask for telephone nos. of Project Manager/Works Manager 2 Name of the victim 3

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Where is the victim at this moment Inform in-charge of the personnel dept and establish whether contingency group should be assembled Inform external services (if necessary) Inform external officials (if and whennecessary)

8. Give feed back to Project Manager 6.Combied operation information list: Project Name Client Name
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ER Telephone No. Address: Contact person?s name Engineer?s name Contract person Phone private Emergency Response Tel Combined operation Short description BUCC?s site office Telephone No. Telefax No. Project Manager Telephone No. (Office) Telephone Number (Private) Project Tel. No. (Cell) Contingency Group BUCC: During office hours: After office hours: Works Manager: Name: Safety manager Name: Head of Personnel Dept Name: Local Emergency Numbers: Hospital: Fire Department: Police: Coast guard: Regional Labor Commissioner:

Telephone No. Telephone No. Telephone No.

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4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT HSE MANUAL

4.1 ENVIRONMENT
POLICY STATEMENT

I Pages EM/01/1 Doc.Nr.
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BEIJING UNI-CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO., LTD.
4.1 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT POLICY STATEMENT We strongly believe that all incidents (personal injury involving accidents and material damage involving events) do not occur on their own, being caused by either one or more reasons, hence are preventable. Further, all identified health risks are containable, once suitable preventive measures are taken at right time. In view of our sincere concern for human suffering, we leave no stone unturned in our attempts of safeguarding our employee?s safety. We do not only comply with all applicable laws and regulations in force from time to time, will endeavor to improve upon the regulations. We wish to commit our responsibilities and concern to our employees, neighbors and our customers extending beyond limits which the law provides. Our Projects are designed, executed and given to our customers with utmost concern for safety and our corporate responsibility does not end when our projects are completed. We not only believe in telling our employees how to work in a safe and rational manner in the work places but monitor the same through the effectiveness of our safety and health program management. Our policy is not to compromise on safety and health by protecting them from occupational diseases and we will not hesitate to disrupt any part of the project till the safety environment is re-established. Our organization has ultimate responsibility for the health and safety of our personnel and believes that our strength lies in the decentralization of operations and responsibilities. In accordance with the principles mentioned above, the Company gives attention in providing conducive working environment in the interest of mutual advantage of all, since we do believe the human values involved are of greater importance to both employer and working population. The Policy planning indicates the tasks of specific administration in the field of working conditions and environment step by step throughout the Company operations, where necessary adjustments will be made in the policy in the management and safety committee meetings and all employees will be kept informed. The safety, health and environment policy plan and program has been produced with specific reference to AL DURRAH TOWER Project, the objective of this is to make possible reciprocal adjustments between various work activities of different class of employees even where they concern working conditions and environmental issues.

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AL DURRAH TOWER HEALTH ,SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT MANUAL

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4.2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMME ON SHOREAND OFFSHORE

EM/O1/02 Doc.Nr. R Revision 09-10-2000 Date G.B.S.Manian Prepared Authorized

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ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME: Uncontrolled copy Environment Manual An uncontrolled copy of the BUCC Environment Manual is issued to the Project Manager. This copy shall be updated whenever revisions are ?made for the duration of this Project. The distribution of copy to parties involved in this project is the responsibility of the Project Manager. PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL: The Project Environment Manual is included in this section. Project Environmental Bridging Document Purpose: This document describes the compliance Management System of Environment with the requirement of Clients and Engineers for the Works to be carried out on the Project. The HSE system for 14CC is represented by the BUCC?s HSE system. The purpose of this document is to address a I-ISP interface Client, Engineer. and BUCC associated with the works to be carried out on the Project. Definitions and Abbreviations: The following abbreviations are used: Responsibilities: To ensure compliance with Client/Engineer?s Environment requirement as indicated in the documents “General Conditions of Contract and “Conditions of Particular Application” a summary of Environmental requirements is indicated below. A reference is made to the document as per reference list which contains the description of the requirement. Clause 34.03 34.16 34.06 12 34.16 34.15 34.19 34.20 34.21 31. 12.1 12.11 Item Ref. VISMi .2.6

Safety, Security and Protection of the Environment Responsibilities l-ISMl .2.3 Special protection of contractors? camp Implement and execute measures to protect the Environment EM 1.2 Safety Manager included in site staff HSMl .2.3 Health and Welfare for staff and labor HSMl.2.8 Measures against insects and pest nuisance EMI .2 Epidemics EMI.2 Alcoholic liquors and drugs EM1.2 Lifesaving appliance & First-aid equipment VISMi .2.8 Noise and disturbances EMI.2 Pollution EM1.2
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Compliance shall be made to local laws and regulations, specifically the safety provisions as described in Appendix I “Particular Conditions for Labor” are complied to. Specific Environment requirements: Safety Engineer/Manager: A Safety Manager shall form part of the site staff. He shall be dealing only with questions regarding safety and protection against accidents of all staff and labor. This officer shall be qualified for this work and shall have the authority to issue instructions and shall take protective measures to prevent accidents. Measures against Insect and Pest Nuisance All necessary measures shall be taken to protect all staff and labor employed on the Site from insect nuisance, rats and other pests and reduce the dangers to health and the general nuisance caused by the same. Labor and staff shall be provided with suitable prophylactics for the prevention of malaria, and take steps to prevent the formation of stagnant pools of water. All regulations of the local health authorities shall be compiled to in these respect and in particular shall be arranged to spray thoroughly all buildings erected on the site with approved insecticide. Such treatment shall be carried at least once per year or as instructed by the Engineer, Staff and Labor shall be warned of the dangers of bilharziasis and wild animals. Epidemics: In the event of any outbreak of illness of an epidemic nature, compliance shall be made with such regulations, orders and requirements as may be made by the Government or the local medical or sanitary authorities for the purpose of dealing with and overcoming the same. Alcoholic Liquors and Drugs: Any alcoholic liquors and drugs shall not otherwise than in accordance with the statutes, ordinances and Government Regulations or Order for the time being in force be imported, sold, given bartered or otherwise disposed off. Nor shall it be permitted or suffered such importation, sale, gift, barter or disposal ?by Subcontractors, agents, staff or labor. Noise and disturbance The works shall be carried out without unreasonable noise and disturbance. Where noise levels are high i.e. >80 dB(A), concerned personnel will be provided with necessary ear protection appliances. Pollution:
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Suitable measures will be taken to prevent as reasonably as practicable the work environment from getting polluted affecting air and/or water quality. Waste Management: Purpose: The purpose of the waster management is to control the waste from site operations and offices so that the local rules and regulations are met and reducing the ecological consequences of the activities related to BUCC services. Scope: The waste management applied to any unavoidable material resulting from the operation which cannot be recycled afresh and which must be disposed of or prevented. The procedure covers the handling, separation, marking, storage final disposal and prevention. The waste can be identified as follows: biological waste other domestic waste packing material paint and paint dissolution flammable spill oils from machinery other flammable material sewage to the sea emission of exhaust gases cement dust emission road dust emission
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Definition: The following definitions apply: Hazardous waste

Flammable waste Toxic waste

Any liquid or solid waste which because of its quantity, physical, chemical or infectious characteristics may result in Hazards to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported or disposed of. Liquids with a flash point which will cause the liquid to ignite in the normal working environment Liquid or solid waste which may cause physical problems or be lethal when swallowed or inhaled

Biological waste: All non-toxic biological material shall be disposed off in disposal bags or a container. On a regular basis, the disposal bags and or containers shall be taken for disposal. Packing material: Packing and wrapping material to be collected in the dedicated plastic bags and placed in the container. The bags to be transferred to a waste container for disposal. Other domestic waste: Domestic waste from the houses/offices and Plants with waste baskets to be collected in the dedicated plastic bags and placed in the container. The bags to be transferred to a waste container for disposal. Paint and paint dissolution: All paint slopes and dissolution remain to be stored in the dedicated paint shop till it can be disposed of properly. The waste to be stored in containers clearly marked with contents. With approved receiving facilities for hazardous waste, the waste to be transferred to a special container for disposal. Flammable spill oils from machinery: Flammable spill oils from machinery to be transferred to the slope tanks. From the slope to be pumped with approved receiving facilities.
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Cement dust emission: Batching plant cement dust emission will be monitored visually and measures taken to reduce any emission by filtering or other acceptable . measures Road dust emission: Dust emission caused by road transport on the site haul road will be reduced by continuous water spraying of the roads using water tanker.

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