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ESSAL HEIGHTS,
Mangalore

(Cross Refrence Clause 4.4.6 and 4.4.7 of ISO 14001:2004 and


OHSAS18001:2007)
Issue # : 001
Date of Issue : 7th May 2013
Revision # of Record : 000
Prepared by :
coordinator)

Mr. NISANTH.THULASIDAS.MADHAVAN (SAFETY Co-

Approved by: Mr. T.R MALLIKARJUNA (CHIEF EXECUITIVE


OFFICER)
Jon VICTOR(SR>SAFETY MANAGER)

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Executive Summary

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The objective of this HSE plan is to promote Health, Safety & Environment of
person working with K2K INFRASTRUCTURE and prescribe certain rules,
procedures and safe practices in order to comply with the applicable laws,
Client / K2K HSE policies & to create a working environment free of condition
and factors that might contribute to an accident or injury / Illness. The project
specific HSE plan will provide guide line for safe execution of project.
The management and monitoring of the processes contained within these
procedures are the responsibility of the K2K.The implementation of these
procedures will provide the platform on which we seek to attain and maintain
high standards of health, safety & environmental performance.
The avoidance of accidents and the promotion of a safe and healthy workplace
must be a common objective for all the Sub-contractors. A safe working
environment will be achieved through the active and equal participation of all
employees (and those subcontractors undertaking work for K2K) in identifying
hazards, and then introducing control measures to ensure positive elimination
or reduction of the risk presented by them.
The objective of a Safety Management System is to provide a safe working
environment. This will be achieved through the implementation of planned and
controlled procedures that ensures all aspects of safety are considered at the
outset and that control measures are introduced to manage identified risks.
Safety is synonymous with quality, and by following the procedures contained
within this manual both individual and corporate professionalism will be
demonstrated underpinning our Company objectives of continuous
improvement and exceeding expectations.

II. Objective Purpose and Scope


Objective
1. To determine broad parameters of HSE Management at site.
2. To establish and define chain of command for resolution of all hazard and
prevention of pollution.
3. Continual HSE performance improvement by directing focus on the key
areas for improvement in a consistent manner.
Purpose

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This HSE plan explains the Health, Safety and Environment Issues at this
construction site and the procedures that shall be followed by all
Subcontractors.
Scope
These initial HSE Plan has been prepared to encompass many of the high
risk activities and operations which will initially be carried out on
construction site and the methods by which control measures are to be
put in place to minimize the risk of injury or ill health occurring in our
workplace and prevention of pollution.

IV.

Roles Responsibilities and Organization Chart for HSEMS


Implementation; Subcontractor HSE Guidelines

Project Coordinators
The Project Coordinators of the region shall ensure the Safety at projects sites.
1. Ensure that Health & Safety Policy is carried out effectively at all the
projects under their control.
2. Review all significant region reports on Health, Safety & Environment
including those concerning accidents and reportable incidents.
3. Monitor management of the Company's health and Safety Policy and
ensure that all recommended corrective action is implemented.
Project Managers and HODs
Project Managers and Section Heads shall be responsible and accountable for
the safety of the subordinate staff and operations under their control. They are
expected to promote a high degree of Health, Safety and Environment
awareness among the personnel.
Their responsibilities are as follows:
1. They shall have overall responsibility on HSE issues (including sub-

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contractors) for this project.


Ensure that scheduled Safety Committee Meetings are held and minutes
of meetings recorded & recommended corrective actions are
implemented.
Arrange for the scheduled training of all employees in aspects of HSE
care relevant to their work.
Ensure that all incidents involving injury, damage to property as well as
near-miss incidents are reported to the concern and are thoroughly
investigated to identify the causes, so that there is no recurrence. They
are also responsible for implementation of corrective actions which are
recommended to avoid recurrence.
Report immediately any unsafe equipment, system or procedures and
ensure appropriate corrective action is taken.
Ensure that all subordinate staff is made aware of any potential HSE
hazard and know their individual responsibility.
They shall be responsible for the preparation of specific safe working
procedures for all hazardous works in consultation with Safety Officer.
They shall ensure that all the forms and formats of latest versions are
available and issued at site.

9. They shall also ensure that all the old version of documents destroyed
and if required to retained, they should be stamped as Obsolete
Documents.

Project site HSE Officer


Responsibilities shall be as follows;
1. Ensure the client and Company's procedures to be followed during
construction activities.
2. Ensure the promotion of HSE Awareness among the construction
personnel at all levels through audio/visual means, Safety meetings and
training.
3. Ensure the Safety Inspections on Scaffolding, Equipment, Ladders, Lifting
Equipment and Tools on regular basis, recommend corrective actions and
monitor implementation of recommended corrective actions.
4. Ensure the preparation of safety statistics and submit on Weekly basis to

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Project Incharge, Regional Heads and corporate heads.


Advise Project managers on HSE related matters including hygiene of
labor camp and work site.
Ensure the monitoring of the improvements of safety performance in
weekly tool box meetings and Safety committee meetings at this project.
Ensure that the accident investigation and reporting procedure is
communicated to all employees.
Ensure awareness of emergency procedure among all employees. He
shall organize required training session at site.
They shall ensure that all the forms and formats of latest versions are
available and issued at site. They shall also ensure that all the old
version of documents destroyed and if required to retained, they should
be stamped as Controld Documents.

Engineers, Supervisors and Skilled Workers


All Engineers, Supervisors and Skilled Workers shall be responsible &
accountable to ensure the following:
1. Work under their control is executed in a safe manner in order to prevent
the risk of injury to personnel and damage to property.
2. Employees are made aware of any health, potential hazards and risk to
the personnel that may arise during their day-to-day or specific or out-ofwork activities.
3. No unsafe activity or condition shall be allowed, if any unsafe conditions
of plant, equipment and any unsafe act of any employees are noticed,
the same will be reported immediately to the line management.
4. To ensure that employees are made aware of their individual
responsibilities, accountability and targets for HSE protection.
5. All incidents involving personal injury, effect on health, damage to
property, effects on the environment, near-miss accidents are to be
reported immediately to the line management and the Safety Officer. An
investigation shall be carried out to identify root causes& recommended
corrective actions shall be carried out to avoid recurrence.
6. Shall complete all necessary reports as soon as possible in the event of
any incident and submit to the Project In-Charge & Safety Officer
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All the company personnel have a duty to themselves, all their co-workers and
any other persons who may be affected by their actions to work in the safest
manner possible.
In particular, Managers, Engineers, Supervisors and employees at all level
must:
1. Abide by all the laid down Company's Safety requirements as well as
statutory Health-and-Safety-at-work obligations.
2. Avoid any action that might have potential hazard to themselves or
others.
3. Bring to the notice of Managers, Engineers, Supervisors or concerned
personnel of any potential health or safety hazard and any practices
likely to cause an accident or any unsafe practice or act being followed.
Sub-contractors
environment

responsibility

towards

health

safety

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1. The sub-contractor will be responsible for conducting their work in a manner


that does not expose any employee, and / or property to unsafe conditions.
2. The sub-contractor will be responsible to ensure that their employees follow
the safe practices, safe work procedures and safe provisions as per the
companys safety rules and regulations.
3. If sub-contractor fails to comply with any safety requirements or work
performed by their employee is unsafe, company may stop the work and/or
remove any non-complying employees, and immediately correct noncompliances
4. The sub-contractor shall appoint a HSE Supervisor / Representative to
implement and enforce safe work procedures and safe practices effectively
before commencement of any type of work at site. His name shall be
conveyed to the Project Manager in writing.
5. The sub-contractor shall and abide by following general rules and specific
rules intimated during the course of work.
6. Each employee of the contractor must have his identity badge/card with
him while entering and during the time he is at work site premises.
7. A safety induction to all contractors supervisors, workmen will be held at
site to outline Shapoorji Pallonji & Co. Ltd. safety requirements and
procedures specific to work site including the 'Contractors Rules'
8. Obtain certification of safety induction under gone from site HSE Officer /
HSE Representative on your identity badge/card.
9. Employees below the age of 18 years will not be employed. Employee
accompanied with child will not be permitted to enter the site.

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10. Female employee will not be permitted to work at site. The subcontractor must perform their work safely, so that they do not endanger
themselves, other employees life or property.
11. The sub-contractor is responsible for conveying all pertinent safety
information and requirements to his employees (including his subcontractors) and should see that there is a strict adherence of the above.
12. The sub-contractor must comply with and is responsible for his
employees (including his sub-contractors) withal provisions of statutory
regulations as in force and laid down by the authorities. such as State
insurance body like ESIC, Office of Labor Commissioner etc.
13. The sub-contractor is required to maintain all registers such as
employment register, wags register, leave register etc. as per statutory
requirements as applicable.
14. The sub-contractor supervisor / representative must be present at all
times at the site when the work is being performed by their employees. The
job must not be left only to the workers.
15. The sub-contractor must submit the list of all the materials, tools and
equipment they want to take in use. They must be certified and approved
by competent person before taking in to use at the sites.
16. Additional safety rules or requirements may apply to specific work which
are hazardous because of the location or the nature of process / activity,
companys representative will advise the contractor of additional safety
requirements.
17. Special guidelines may need to be jointly established before work begins
for the jobs requiring the use scaffolding and/or ladders.
18. All fabrication, erection of scaffold / material hoist / passenger hoist /
tower crane etc. shall be discussed and got approved from companys
representative before commencing the work.
19. The sub-contractor must obtain work permit from the concerned site
engineer prior to start of activity such as Working at Height; Hot Work
( welding & cutting ); Deep Excavation And Entry in to Confined Space.
20. Violation of safety rules if observed at the site will be escorted out from
the site premises.
Responsibility Of Sub-Contractors Supervisor
1. The HSE supervisors shall ensure that all his employees have received
safety induction before commencing any type of work at site.
2. Ensure that he has received copy of 'Safety Guidelines For Sub-Contractors'
and all instruction pertaining to his job before commencing work at site.
3. Shall go through all safety measures, safe work procedures, understand
properly and ensure that they are implemented by their work force
effectively, if not shall be enforced strictly.
4. Shall ensure that employees engaged in any job or operations is fully aware
of hazards associated with and follows the safe method of working.

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5. Shall attend and participate in all safety committee meetings.


6. Ensure that all personal protective equipment are provided, used and
maintained properly by their employees.
7. Ensure that safety belts with suitable anchoring arrangement is provided to
his employees working at height. No employee of his shall be permitted to
work at height without the use if safety belt.
8. Ensure that all accidents occurred on the site are reported immediately to
the company's safety officer / safety representative.
9. Any unsafe hazardous condition observed shall be corrected immediately or
reported to concerned site engineer immediately or to the company's safety
officer / safety representative.
10.Ensure that no equipment, lifting equipment, tools and tackles are taken in
use before obtaining clearance certification from company's competent
authority.
11.Ensure that all pertinent safety information and requirements are conveyed
to his employees and his sub-contractors, conveyed to him by the
concerned company's officials.
General Site Rules for all including visitors
1. The possession and use of alcohol and / or drugs at the project site is strictly
prohibited. Any employee appearing to be under the influence of alcohol or
drugs will not be permitted to enter or work at site.
2. Always obey instructions and comply with all safety rules, procedures and
instructions.
3. Work place to be kept neat and clean, wastage / scrap to be removed after
the completion of day-to-day work.
4. Make proper use of all safety devices and guards provided. They are for
your protection.
5. Wear all personal protective equipment provided for your safety, i.e. helmet,
hand gloves, goggles, safety belt, dust mask, etc. It is mandatory to wear
helmets by all while at work site.
6. Always walk. Never run at site (except in emergency).
7. Be alert and look where you are walking so that you don't slip or stumble.
Use regular aisles and gangways. Do not take short cuts.
8. Do not lift the load more than safe working load.
9. Do not take undue risk or chance while at work.
10. Do not work under suspended load. Keep clear. Do not lean on stacked
material.
11. No one except the driver (operator) is allowed to ride on the dumper,
tipper, JCB excavator, bulldozer, crane, etc. No one is to operate such
equipment without proper authority.
12. Never start, operate, adjust or repair any machine or equipment unless
you are authorized to do so.

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13. Before starting any machine or equipment, ensure that no one is in


danger zone and that safety devices are in place.
14. Do not adjust, repair, clan or lubricate any machine or equipment in
motion, or with engine running.
15. Treat all electrical wires as live wires. Do not insert bare electrical wires
inside the socket. Use three pin plugs.
16. All electrical equipment used at site shall be of good quality and shall be
fitted with good sound cable and earthing. No electrical equipment is safe if
it is misused.
17. If you get injured, get first aid immediately however slight the injury may
be.
18. Report all accidents to your supervisors and the concerned engineer at
site.
19. If you are sick while at work, report immediately to you are supervisor
and take proper treatment / advice from the doctor.
20. When working at height a suitable scaffold shall be provided for
employees for all work that can't be done from ground and/or ladder with
access ladder and working platform provided with guard-rails.
21. No employee shall be permitted to work at height of 2meters and above
without the use of safety belt with life line securely anchored.
22. Rolling gas cylinders is prohibited. For transferring gas cylinders from one
place to another, a hand trolley shall be used.
23. The gas welder shall examine his torch, valves and hoses etc. for any gas
leakages every day. Defective torches and hoses etc. shall be replaced.
Always use spark lighter to light your torch. Lighting torch with match-box is
strictly prohibited.
24. Always use oxygen and acetylene gas cylinders for gas welding and
cutting operation. Use of Domestic L.P.G. gas cylinder is strictly prohibited at
sites.
25. For electrical welding works, a good welding machine with sound welding
& return cables shall be used. The welder shall not connect the earth to any
structures. The welding cable shall be without any joints.
26. During welding and gas cutting, molten metal and spark are likely to fall
down while working at height. The welder shall cover the length affecting
the other works by wet gunny bags.
27. Compressed air shall not be used to clean clothing, a body parts etc.
28. While digging pits and trenches, the area shall be fenced.
29. Report all unsafe acts / conditions observed to your supervisors.
30. After completion of work, surrounding area shall be cleaned, scaffold if
any shall be removed immediately.

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Site HSE Core Team:


Project Incharge:

Mr. Sabarish shetty ( 9538855550 )

HSE Incharge :
QC:
PMV:
Store / Procurement:
Admin / HR:
Mr.RakSHAN (9538229582)

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Project Details Location and Scope of Work

DESCRIPTION

DETAILS

Scope Of Work
(Quantity)
1. Reinforcement
2. Shuttering
3. Concreting
4. Waterproofing
5. Masonry
6. Plastering

2
3

Total Area
Location Of The Site

Any Other Detail

SQ.FT.
GROUND FLOOR+ 10FLOORS+
TERRACE FLOOR

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List of Project Activites

1) Cutting ,bending & fixing of steel bars


2) Concreting
3) Shuttering
4) Stagging
5) Masonary
6) Material Handling ( Manual & mechanical )
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Procedure for Environmental Aspect and Impact Assessment

The site shall used the following format for conducting environmental aspect
impact aseesment. The aspect impact assessment shall be condcuted for all
the departments. Please refer Appendix A for Detailed Environmental
Aspect Impact Assessent of the site :
Identification of
Evaluation of the Impacts to Identify the
Environmental
Significant Aspects
SL Activity/Pr Aspect-Impact
#
oduct/
Is Inputs for
Imp
Services Environ Im Condi
Control
Imp control
act
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Sco
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signi
re
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LCIPC BC
fican
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1
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1
2
3
4
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11 12
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16
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GUIDELINES FOR FILLING UP OF THE FORMAT

STAGE I - IDENTIFICATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS & IMPACTS

Against Column # 04, please indicate the Environmental Impacts in


any of the following forms of Pollution;
Sl.
Type of Pollution
Abbreviation to be
#
used in Column #
06
01 Air Pollution
AP
02 Water Pollution
WP
03 Land Pollution
LP
04 Local Nuisance
LN
05 Wastage of Resources
WR

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Noise Pollution
NP
Against Column # 05, please indicate the whether the
Environmental Aspect is Direct/Indirect;
Type
Definition
of
Aspect
Direct If the activity is within the control of
SPCL
Indirec If the activity is out of Control of
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defined
in the following table;

Abbreviation to
be used in Column
# 05
D
I

please assign the numbers as

Column # 6
Column # 7
Column # 8
Quantity (Q) Occurrence (O) Impact (I)

Column # 9
Column # 10
Frequency of
Control (C)
Preventive
Measure Taken (F)
Wtage.
Criteria Wtage.
Criteria Wtage.
Criteria
Wtage.
Criteria
Wtage.
Criteria
05 Excessive 05 Continuous
05 Global
05 Beyond 24 05 Not present
Ecological
Hrs. /Never
or not
Concern
at all
effective
04 High
04 Several 04 Human
04 Within 16 Hrs.
04 Known but
Times a
Health
and less than not
Day
Concern
24 Hrs.
monitored at
regular
interval
03 Substantial
03 Once a Day
03 Depletes 03 Within 8 Hrs.
03 Needs
Natural
and
Human
Resource
Less than 16
Interaction
Hours
02 Low
02 Once a
02 Causes
02 Within 8 Hrs.
02 Secondary
Week
Nuisance
Control
available
01 Negligible01 Once a
01 Negligible 01 Immediately
01 Available and
month
impact
Effective

Against Column # 11 and 12 , please mention whether the


environmental impact is significant or not; under the following
conditions;
The figures assigned to all the columns shall be multiplied
in Column # 11. If the multiplied figure is greater than 32

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then the environmental impact shall be considered as


significant.
Against Column # 13, 14 and 15, please indicate the following in the
form of Yes or No

Colum
n
#
13

14

15

VIII.

Cod
e

LC

IPC

BC

Abbreviation

Violating the legal requirements as


laid down by any of the following;

Local SPCB

Government of India
Notifications

CCoE

Local Municipality

Factory Inspectorate

Other Regulatory Authorities

Corporate Norms (if any)


Interested party concern,
comprising of the following;

Local community

Nearby Industries

Financial Institutions

Regulatory Authorities

Media

Employees

Suppliers/Vendors

Others, if any
Business Concern

Abbreviation to be
used in
Column # 13,
14 & 15
Mark Yes, if
potential violating
the legal
requirement
(Otherwise please
leave it blank)

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Procedure for Occupation Health and Safety Hazard Risk


Assessment

The site shall used the following format for conducting Occupational Health
and Safet Hazard Risk Assessment . The Hazard risk assessment shall be
condcuted for all the departments. Please refer Appendix B for Detailed
Hazard Risk Assessent of the site :

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DETERMINING RISK LIKELIHOOD GUIDANCE CRITERIA
Likelihood

Weightage

Criteria

Highly Unlikely

Unlikely

Likely

Very Likely

Certain

It is un heard in the industry


It has rarely occurred in other construction
companies
It has occurred in other construction company
It has occurred in other project sites of the
company
It has occurred several times at the site location
in a year

DETERMINING RISK SEVERITY LEVEL GUIDANCE CRITERIA

Level of Harm
Insignificant

Weightage
1

Asset
(Infrastructure/
Human / Community
Equipment/
Machinery)
Damage
Momentary Discomfort / No action required

Level Of
Concerns
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inconvenience
Minor injuries (Non
Minor damage
Local or
reportable) requires
Community
first-aid
Injuries, absence from Moderate damage Government
the work less or equal
Authorities
to 48 hrs / temporary
disability
Major injuries, absence Major damages Industry/Com
from the work more
petitor
than 48 hrs / temporary
disability
Fatal / Permanent
Severe
Global
Disability / Chronic
damages/complet /International
diseases. Major
e destruction
incidents involving large
number of people

RISK PRIORITIZATION INDICATORS


Severity

SLIGHTLY
Insignifica
HARMFUL
nt (1)
(2)

HARMFUL
(3)

VERY
HARMFUL
(4)

EXTREMELY
HARMFUL
(5)

Likelihood

HIGHLY
TRIVIAL
TRIVIAL
TOLERABLE TOLERABLE MODERATE
UNLIKELY
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(1)
UNLIKELY
TRIVIAL TOLERABLE MODERATE MODERATE SUBSTANTIAL
(2)
(2)
(4)
(6)
(8)
(10)
LIKELY
TOLERABLE MODERATE MODERATE SUBSTANTIAL SUBSTANTIAL
(3)
(3)
(6)
(9)
(12)
(15)
VERY
TOLERABLE MODERATE SUBSTANTIAL SUBSTANTIAL INTOLERABLE
LIKELY
(4)
(8)
(12)
(16)
(20)
(4)
CERTAIN MODERATE SUBSTANTIA SUBSTANTIAL INTOLERABLE INTOLERABLE
(5)
(5)
L (10)
(15)
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DEFINITION OF LEVEL OF RISKS


CATEGOR
Y
TRIVIAL
Continue with the current activity. Monitoring is Acceptable
TOLERABLE required to ensure that the controls are effectively (Low Risk)
maintained.
MODERATE
Not
Urgent action is required including engineering /
Acceptable
SUBSTANTIAL operational controls / administrative controls / PPE /
(Medium
Signages / Training / Behavioral monitoring
Risk)
Not
Immediate action should be taken. Work should not
Accseptabl
INTOLERABLE be started or continued unitl the impact / risk has
e (High
been reduced.
Risk)
RISK LEVEL

ACTION AND TIME SCALE

* All Intolerable Risks shall be considered as Potential Emergencies and


Immediate Action shall be Planned/Taken to Reduce the Risk Levels
IX.

Health Safety and Environment Committee

HSE Meetings
There shall be a Health Safety Environment Committee Meeting comprise of
the concerned Managers, Engineers, Supervisors of the project and the subcontractor's representatives.
The meeting shall be held minimum once in a month through project duration.
As a minimum HSE officer as secretary shall attend the meetings and the
Project-in charge shall chair the meeting.
The minutes of the meetings shall be recorded & circulated to all members
with the target of action taken. Every meeting the minutes of previous meeting
shall be reviewed for the action completed.
General
It is the policy of company that regular project site HSE meetings be conducted
by the Project-in-charge, Superintendent, and/or the site HSE Officer to:
1. Orient all company and sub-contractors
requirements and objectives.

trades

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2. Identify areas on the site that present special problems or concerns, and
determine the best corrective action for each situation.
The company Project Site HSE Meeting program is arranged in three levels:
1
2
3

The Initial Project HSE Orientation Meeting.


Project Site HSE Committee Meeting.
Periodic (Daily) "Tool-Box" Safety Meetings.

Initial project HSE orientation meeting


The Project HSE Orientation Meeting is conducted by the Project-in-charge at
their respective site at the very onset of the project with all company
employees and sub-contractors trade foremen.
The meeting must be given the complete attention by all project participants
that it deserves. All sub-contractors will be required to participate. Attendance
will be documented.
Minimum items to be reviewed at the meeting include:

1. All HSE requirements of the company to be followed and implemented by all


company and sub-contractors employees during the course of their
employment at all project sites.
2. Company HSE rules and procedures.
3. The project site utilization program, specifically with regard to
arrangements for stored materials, proper materials handling, traffic,
access, security, communication, etc.
4. Fire protection requirements and procedures.
5. Posting of all emergency phone numbers.
6. Specific project site precautions with respect to protection of workers
and protection of the public; temporary protection, fall protection, hard
hat, safety shoes, gloves, eye protection, etc.
7. Project site security issues and arrangements.
8. Notification to all company and sub -contractors participants that willful
and/or repeated violation may be grounds for suspension or termination
from the project site.
9. Notification of the expectation of regular participation in periodic safety
meetings.

Site HSE committee meetings

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DESCRIPTION
The Company HSE Committee is made up of both employer and subcontractors employee representatives who are charged with the responsibility
of general oversight of the Company HSE Program. The Committee convenes
monthly, and performs the important functions described.
COMMITTEE FUNCTION AND OBJECTIVES
1.
Meet regularly to review the overall HSE Program, and specific operating
issues that may arise during the period.
2.
Serve in an advisory capacity to the HSE Officer and to management.
3.
Familiarize themselves with applicable construction safety standards.
4.
Review established company procedures and evaluate the effectiveness
of their implementation.
5.
Recommend corrections and improvements in procedures, safety rules,
and company policies with respect to accident and illness prevention on
our project sites and in our offices.
6.
Prepare and distribute minutes of committee meetings. Make records of
committee activities and forward copy to corporate safety manager.
SAFETY COMMITTEE STRUCTURE AND DUTIES
SAFETY COMMITTEE STRUCTURE:
Chairman : Project-in-charge
Secretary : Project HSE Officer
Members : Superintendent, Construction Manager / Engineer, Q.C.
Engineer, Purchase/Store-In-Charge, Plant (Mech./Elect)
Engineer, Admin In-charge, Steel structural & shuttering
Engineer, Sub-contractors Safety Supervisor and required
Workers.
HSE COMMITTEE DUTIES:
1
2
3
4

Develop company-wide action plans for compliance with HSE regulations.


Develop an action program for project accountability.
Provide suggestions and direction for efficient implementation of
prescribed corrective measures.
Direct the distribution of HSE regulations, programs, and other
informational materials.

CHAIRMAN DUTIES:
1

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Prepare and distribute HSE Committee meeting agendas.


Report to senior company management regarding the status of all
recommendations.
Ensure preparation / record of minutes of meetings, and distribute to all
members.
In the absence of the Chairman, the Co-Chairman is authorized to assume
all responsibilities and authority of the Chairman.

MEMBER DUTIES:
1
2
3
4
5
6

Participate in all HSE Meetings.


Assist with safety inspections.
Apply and enforce applicable laws and company regulations.
Report unsafe conditions.
Report all Incidents.
Contribute ideas and suggestions for improvement of HSE and better
communication of HSE programs and information.

Regular MONTHLY Project site Committee HSE Meetings shall be conducted,


how smaller the project may be. Minutes of meeting shall be recorded and
circulated.
Meeting agenda items regarding health safety and environment will at a
minimum include:
1. Review of any observed actual or possible HSE violations or any incident
occurred. Determine and implementation of corrective measures, by
concerned responsible engineer / supervisor.
2. Any planned or other changes in the project site utilization program as
previously established.
3. Project site housekeeping and cleanup status; protection, safety, and
security.
4. Review of stored materials and equipment.
5. Review of work permit system requirements of hot work, working at
height, confined space, etc.
6. Review of temporary power and maintenance, and any necessary
corrections or upcoming changes.
7. Review of any up-coming special requirements, if any.

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HSE Induction & Training Program

HSE Induction for New Employees and Visitors


A safety awareness video film been prepared to assist in carrying out Induction
Training to all employees at project site before commencement of work and
issue of ID Card to employees by their respective sub-contactors OR by SPCL
who has undergone HSE Induction Training.
Topics for First day at work, HSE orientation training of Workmen
1.

Hazard Identification Procedure, Hazards on site :


# Falls
# Earthing Work
# Electricity
# Machinery
# Handling materials
# Transport housekeeping
# Fire
# Site.

2.

Personal Protective Equipment


# What is available ?
# How to obtain it ?
# Correct use and care.

3.

Health
# Site welfare facilities
# Potential health hazards
# First Aid/CPR.

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4.

Duties of the contractor


# Brief outline of the responsibilities of the contractor by
law.
# Details of contractors accident prevention policy.l
# Building and other constructions welfare law.

5.

Employees Duties.
# Brief outline of responsibilities of employee under law.
# Explanation of how new employees fit into the contractors
plan for accident prevention (Induction and Orientation).

Visitors to Site
No visitor is allowed to enter the site without the permission of the K2K. All
authorized visitors should report at the site office. K2K shall provide visitors
helmet (with visitor sticker) and other PPEs like Safety Shoes, reflective jacket,
respiratory protection etc. as per requirement of the site.
HSE Training Program.
All employees engaged for this project shall be given 'HSE Training' under this
HSE
Plan. Various topics for training are identified and mentioned below.
Training on these topics will be organized during the project tenure.
HSE Training Responsibilities
Project Manager & Section heads are responsible to ensure all employees
receive adequate training.
The Safety Officer shall co-ordinate with the section heads and administers the
HSE training. Also he is responsible for monitoring of the training as well as the
compilation of the safety training conducted.
HSE Training Schedule:
No.

Training Subjects

Conducted By

Participant

1.

HSE Induction

HSE Officer

2.

Emergency procedure
& handling of fire
extinguishers

HSE Officer

All employee at
site
All employee at
site

Target
date
Prior to
start work
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Scaffolding erecting &


dismantling
Use of power hand
tools
Grinding operation

Scaffolding Fore
man/ S.O.
Elec. Sup./ S.O.

6.

Welding & gas cutting


operation

7.

Mechanical & Manual


handling

8.

Construction
Environment
Management

Fabrication
Eng./ Safety
Officer
Rigging
Eng. / Safety
Officer
HSE Officer

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Worker using
power tool
Workers doing
grinding
Welders
& Helpers

Once in a
month
Once in 3
months
Once in 3
months
Once in 6
months

Workers
doing handling

Once in 6
months

Engineers
and Supervisors

Once in 2
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Tool Box Meetings


A Tool box' meeting shall be held by the concerned discipline supervisor /
foreman with the work-force under their control. Additionally, an extra ' Tool
box ' talk shall be given by the concerned supervisor prior to start of every new
activity.

Propose topics under tool box meeting are:


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE);


Safety in use of Hand Tools;
Safety in use of Portable Electrical Tools;
Safety while welding /gas cutting operation;
Safety in Scaffold, Erecting & Dismantling;
Safety while Working at Height;
House keeping & Fire Prevention;
Safety while Material Handling;
Demolition;
Safety while Grinding Operation; and
Emergency procedure.
Safety during excavations
Temporary electrification

Audits & Inspection

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All Audits and Inspection shall be conducted by concered department/HSE


officer, as per the process defined in Operational Control Procedure and SOP
Manual ofd HSE Management System

XI.

Master List of Operational Control Procedure

Based on the Aspect Impact Assessment and Hazard Risk Assessment the
Project Manager and Departmental Incharge Shall select suitable OCPs for the
project from the list belwo. Please write the responsible department in
Column# 3. In case of Geneal HSE OCPs , please indicate all departments:

XII.

Labour Welfare Measures & Health

Physical fitness of workmen


It shall be ensured that necessary medical examination as required under the
law or under the contract provision is done and a record of the same is kept.
K2K shall not permit any employee / workmen to enter the work area under the
influence of alcohol or any drugs.
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Medical Examination.
K2K shall arrange a medical examination of skilled employees employed as
driver and operators of lifting appliances, transport equipment and other
eauipment before employing and maintain records of medical examination.
First Aid Facilities
It shall be ensured that at a construction site an first-aid center (mobile or
static) is provided and maintained in good order. An arrangemrnt is also made
with a nearby hospital(AJ Hospital) for providing such ambulance van for
transportation of serious cases of accident or sickness of workers to hospital
promptly.
First - Aid Boxes
It shall be ensured that at a construction site one First aid box for 100 workers
provided and maintained for providing First aid to the building workers. Every
First aid box is distinctly marked First aid.

HIV / AIDS prevention and control


K2Kshall conduct awaerness progrma at site to educate the construction
workesr on HIV/AIDS and Sexually Trasmitted Disases (STDs) .
Prevention of mosquito breeding.
Measures shall be taken to prevent breeding at site. The measures to be taken
shall include:
a)

b)
c)
d)

Empty cans, oil drums, packing and other receptacles


which may retain water shall be deposited at a central
collection point and shall be removed from the site
regularly.
Still waters shall be treated at least once every week
with oil in order to prevent mosquito breeding.
Equipments and other items on the site which may
retain water shall be stored covered or treated in such
a manner that water could not be retained.
Water storage tanks shall be provided.

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Posters in both Hindi and English, which draw attention to the dangers of
permitting mosquito breeding, shall displayed prominently on the site.
SPC at periodic interval shall arrange to prevent mosquito breeding by
fumigation / spraying of insecticides.
Alcohol and drugs
It shall be ensured at all times that no employee is working under the influence
of alcohol / drugs which are punishable under Govt. regulations.

Welfare measures for workers


Latrine and Urinal Accommodation
K2K shall provide one latrine seat for every 20 workers up to 100 workers and
thereafter one for every additional 50 workers. In addition one urinal
accommodation shall be provided for every 100 workers.
Latrine and urinals shall be provided as per Section 33 of BOCWA and
maintained as per Rule 243 of BOCWR and shall also comply with the
requirements of public health authorities.
Drinking Water
As per Section 32 of BOCWA, K2K shall make in every worksite, effective
arrangements to provide sufficient supply of wholesome drinking water with
minimum quantity of 5 liters per workman per day. Quality of the drinking
water shall conform to the requirements of national standards on Public Health.
While locating these drinking water facility due care shall be taken so that
these are easily accessible within a distance of 200m from the place of work for
all workers at all location of work sites.
All such points shall be legibly marked Drinking Water in a language
understood by a majority of the workmen employed in such place and such
point shall be situated within six meters of any washing place, urinals or
latrines.
Labour Accommodation
K2K shall provide free of charges as near as possible, temporary living
accommodation to all workers conforming to provisions of Section 34 of

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BOCWA. These accommodations shall have cooking place, bathing, washing


and lavatory facilities.
XIII.

Emergency Preparedness Action Plan

INTRODUCTION
In view of the potential hazards involved in Construction, it is essential to
evolve a emergency plan so that if situation demands, personnel at Essal
Heights Project., construction site can effectively make use of the available
resources to minimize the human suffering and property damage when
unforeseen circumstances may lead to a major emergency at construction site.
The plan out lines the course of action to be taken by various persons
(employees) during emergency.
DEFINITION OF EMERGENCY
Any emergency is a situation created by an occurrence that may cause serious
injuries, loss of life or extensive damage to plant and property. To tackle such
major situations effectively, out side agencies may be required to be called.
Emergencies may result due to natural or un-natural causes.
OBJECTIVE OF EMERGENCY PLAN
In dealing with an emergency situation, the broad objective of the plan is to
provide a system capable of taking fast and effective action in an emergency
situation and to maximize effective utilization of resources available to:
1.Safeguard lives both at the site and in the neighborhood,
2.Contain the incident and bring it under control,
3.Action plan for all coordinating departments and agencies,
4.Minimize damage to property and neighboring environment,
5.Rescue and treat casualties,
6.Provide welfare assistance to casualties,
7.Identify persons affected, notify relatives, extend necessary assistance, etc.,
8.Evacuate persons to safe areas,
9.Restoration of normal operations in least possible time,
10.Minimize panic amongst employees and public out side our site premises,
11.Collect and log information, regarding latest status, action etc., and
12.Disseminate the information to all concerned to prevent panic.
Measures:

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Measures, which need to be taken during emergencies, may/shall require the


co-ordination of activities of many departments/services and may also require
out side resources. These emergency measures include:
1.Passing of information to all concerned,
2.Warning and advising the persons, who are likely to be affected,
3.Mobilizing and gearing up of site resources,
4.Calling up of outside agencies,
5.Initiating and organizing evacuation of such persons,
6.Collecting latest status, other information and requirements, and
7.Co-ordination between various agencies.
Possible emergencies at RMZ Ecoworld Projects, Construction site: &
labour colony
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Fire
Collapse of Structures / Lifting Appliances
Spillage, leakage and accidental emissions
Fall From Height / Serious Injury Procedure
Electric Shock Procedure
Food Poisoning
Snake Bite

Location of construction site:

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Construction site layout plan:


Construction site layout plan is given below indicating:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Site office,
Stores,
Steel Yard and Scrap Yard,
Plant/Maintenance Dept.,
Q.C. Lab,
Shuttering material Storage Area,
Location of equipment to be installed i.e. bending & cutting
machine, tower crane, hoist, air compressor, D.G., etc.
Civil material supply storage i.e. cement, brick, stone, etc.,
Electrical meter room,
Fire extinguishers,
First Aid Center / Boxes,
Main entrances / exit,
Welfare facilities like toilets, urinals, etc.,
Emergency control center,
Emergency assembly point,
Any others.

Emergency Control Center:


The Emergency Control Center is located at Project managers office at site
office block
Following items are available at the control center:
1
2
3
4

Site layout plan,


Telephone connection,
List of essential telephone numbers,
List of key persons with their addresses and telephone numbers,

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List of employees at construction site, i.e. SPCL, Clients, Consultant


and sub-contractor wise,
Copy of emergency plan, and
Torches.

Communication System:
Wireless System at Site. (Mention if mobile phone at site)
Sr. No.
1
2
3

Location
Site Office
Stores

Emergency contact person


Project Coordinator

Project Manager

HSE Officer

Admin/Accounts Incharge

Contact Nos.
000000000000
000000000000
000000000000
000000000000
000000000000
000000000000

In case of failure of telephone line, Messenger compromising of watchman /


office boy and other personnel will be put in to action.
Key Personnel:
1.
2. Admin
3. Safety Officer. 4. Safety Supervisor

Project Manager

List of ( applicable) Government Authorities ( Central / State / Local ):


Police Station
Telephone numbers 100
Fire Brigade: 101

Hospitals:

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Ambulance Services: 108

Emergency Vehicle:(01)

(02)

At all times one vehicle will be available at site for any emergency situation.
Vehicle registration No.(01)
(02)

Emergency Organisation:
The Emergency Organisational structure and the responsibilities of various Key
Personnel are given here under:
Site Controller:
The Project-in-charge (PM) or in his absence the Construction Manager,
Planning Manager / Sr. Engineer will retain overall responsibility. His duties shall
be:1. To asses the magnitude of the emergency and decide if employees need
to be evacuated from their work places.
2. To maintain a continuous review of possible development and assess in
consultation with Incident controller and Key Personnel, as to whether
shutting of all the operations or evacuation of persons is required.
3. To liaise with required emergency services ie. fire brigade, hospitals,
police and govt./state/local authorities.
4. To ensure that casualties if any are receiving adequate attention and
care.
5. To control rehabilitation of affected areas after the emergency is over.
Incident Controller:

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The Sr. Construction Engineer will act as Incident Controller. On hearing of an


emergency he will rush to the scene of occurance and take overall charge and
report to Site Controller. On arrival he will assess the scale of emergency and
decide if major emergency exist or is likely and inform communication officer
accordingly.
He will :1. Direct the shutting down operations and evacuation of the affected areas
and areas likely to be adversely effected by the emergency with the
priorities for safety of personnel, minimize damage to plant, property &
environment and minimize loss of materials.
2. Ensure that all Key Personnel and outside help is called in.
3. Provide advise & information to emergency team when they arrive.
4. Ensure all non-essential workers/staff of the areas affected are evacuated
to the appropriate assembly point and the areas are searched for
casualties.
5. Ensure continuous contact is established with emergency control center.
6. Report on all significant developments to the communication officer.
7. have regard to the need for preservation of evidence so as to facilitate
any enquiry into the causes and circumstances which caused or
escalated the emergency.
Liaison Officer:
Administration Incharge or in his absence the Quality Engineer will work as
liaison officer and will be stationed at the main gate entrance during the
emergency. He will under the direction of the site controller handle police and
other enquiries. His responsibility shall include:
1. To ensure that casualties receive adequate attention, to arrange
additional help if required and inform casualties relatives.
2. To control traffic movements into the project site and ensuring that
alternative transport is available when need arises.
3. When emergency is prolonged, arrange for the relief of personnel and
organize refreshments / catering facility.
Communication Officer:
1. HSE Officer will act as communication Officer. He will, on hearing the
alarm, proceed to Control Center and maintain communication with
the Incident controller. He will:

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a. From the information received, advise the Site Controller of the


situation, recommending (if necessary) evacuation of staff from
assembly points.
b. Maintain a log of the incident.
c. Provide advice to Site Controller & Incident Controller from the
information received.
Fire Fighting Team / Emergency Control Team:
Security personnel at site (except on the main gate) and all sub-contractors
safety committee members will be responsible for fire fighting. On hearing the
fire alarm the team members shall reach the site of fire immediately. The
leader of the team will advice on fire fighting operations. He will also inform
the Communication Officer, Incident Controller and Site Controller that incident
has occurred in such and such area (exact location). He will arrange to
evacuate the incident area and further cordon the area and stand by to direct
the emergency services. If told of a major fire the team leader shall inform the
Incident Controller and stand-by to receive further messages.
Outside Normal Working Hours of the Project the trained fire fighting crew
members and their leader are responsible for fire fighting and rescue. On
hearing the alarm they shall proceed to the place of incident. At the site, all the
members will respond to the advice and information given by the Shift-inCharge.
List of Trained Fire Fighter at the Site:
1.
2.
3.

K2K HSE Committee Members:


The area in-charge under which the incident has taken place will report to
Incident Controller and provide assistance as required. they will decide which
members of their staff they will require at the scene.
Site Plant-in-charge (Mechanical/Electrical):
He will report to the scene of the incident and close down the services as
requested by the Incident Controller.

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First-Aid Team:
The administration officer shall keep the list of the First-Aid Team on duty. All
team members shall report to the Incident Controller / Shift-in-Charge on
hearing of the alarm. The emergency vehaical / ambulance driver, if safe to do
so, shall collect the vehaical / ambulance and park nearest to the scene of
incident. should it become necessary for the vehaical / ambulance to leave the
site, the first aider shall inform the Incident Controller / Shift-in-Charge that the
vehaical / ambulance is leaving the site, giving the name of the patient and
destination i.e. Hospital or Doctor's Clinic and request the Incident Controller /
shift-in-Charge to inform Hospital or Doctor's Clinic advising them about the
casualties reaching there.

List of Trained First Aider at the Site


1. Mr. MaNJUNATHA
2.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURE
1.

Warning Procedure:

In case of emergency the site Siren / emergency vehical horn will be blown
thrice in a consecutive cycle by the Security Officer at the Main Entrance of
the Project Site.
After controlling emergency the site Siren / Emergency Vehical Horn will be
blown continuously for one minute to indicate that the Emergency is Over.

2. Evacuation Procedure:

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On hearing the alarm:


1. Stop the work.
2. Disconnect all electrical equipment if any.
3. Leave the area quickly but calmly, without running, moving in opposite
direction to that from the incident unless you have specific emergency
responsibility designated.
4. Re-assemble at the Assembly Point so that checks are carried out to
ensure that everybody has evacuated.
5. If you are trapped or can not leave the area, inform the neraset
personnel in you vicinity of your presence by shouting or visual signals.
NOTE: During an Emergency Visitors who may not be familiar with the
Emergency exited at site must be informed of the requirement,
Guide them to evacuate to the Assembly Point.

3.

Fire Fighting Procedure:

On hearing the alarm:


1. Alert people in the area of immediate need of evacuate.
2. If you are a trained fire fighter and the fire you may attempt to
extinguish fire with the use of correct type of fire extinguisher or with
sand bucket if it is controllable.
3. Do not place yourself or others in danger by attempting to fight fire if
you are not qualified to do so.
4. Remove Gas Cylinder's / Inflammable material if any from fire area, if
without risk.
5. If extinguishing is not possible, withdraw from the area and communicate
to Site Controller for fire brigade help.
6. Stay away and keep examine the situation till fire brigade arrives at the
scene.

4. Collapse of Structures / Lifting Appliances Procedure:


1. Alert people in the area of immediate need of evacuate.
2. Disconnect the Power Supply.
3. Cordon off the area.

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4. Before approach to casualty for rescue, ensure unstable / hanging


componets above your pathway are in stable condition from further
collapse and it is safe to procede for rescue.
5. Search for trapped or injured people.
6. Seek for emergency firstaid, arrange for strecher.
7. Stabilize the incident and provide life safety
8. After preliminery required firstaid, rush the casualty to an identified
hospital near by
9. In case of fatal or likely to be fatal, inform local police, H. O.(President,
Corporate HSE Head, Regional Head & Regional HSE Coordinator)
10.Conserve property.

5. Oil Spillage
Procedure

Leakage

&

Accidental

Emissions

1. SAFETY FIRST ! Do not attempt to perform any life or health threaterning


acts
2. Try to STOP or CONTROL the relese at the source immediately.
3. If leakage, provide collecting trey / container below the leakage or block
flow that could potentially spill in to the environment
4. Prevent entry into drains and waterways.
5. Notify to Supervisor & HSE Officer immediately.
6. Use inert fuel/oil absorbent (such as buckets of sand, sawdust) to cover
and remove spilled material or contaminated soil collected for storage in
a special drum for later disposal of the waste dumpsite
7. Store the recovered product in the sealed air-tight containers/drums
8. In case of eye contact: immediately flush with plenty of water repeatedly
for at least 15 minutes;
9. In case of skin contact: immediately wash thoroughly with plenty of soap
and water. In case of skin exposed to high-pressure spray, the affected
person must be taken to hospital.
10.In case of contact with clothes: Immediately take off all contaminated
cloth ing and wash before reuse
11.If ground contamineted,, collect the contamineted mud & store it
separetly.
12.
In case of exposure to heavy concentrations of vapor, fumes or
spray, move the person to
fresh air, keep warm and allow to rest;
serious incidents get immediate medical attention.
13.
Eliminate all possible causes of ignition to avoid fires and
explosions empty containers contain residues and should not solder,
drill grind or exposed to heat or flame
14.
If the spilled chemical is of toxic nature do not stand in down wind
direction. Evacuate the people in down wind direction to crosswind and
upwind direction.

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15.
If possible; without endangering life, try to put sand on spillage.
This will help to disperse spillage in controlled way.

6. Fall From Height / Serious Injury Procedure


1. Concerned person shall not be moved in case he has had a fall from height
and is suspected to have injured his back.
2. First aid for any other injury sustained shall be provided at site.
3. The casualtiy shall be gently lifted and placed on a stretcher so as not to
disturb his back.
4. He shall be made comfortable by removing his shoes, loosening his clothes
and given some water to drink.
5. Immediately a vehicle will be summoned and the stretcher gently lifted and
placed inside the vehicle.
6. Simultaneously the Dr with whom the site has made standing arrangements
shall be contacted on telephone and informed about the condition of the
patient and told to be ready to receive the patient.
7. Some responsible person shall accompany the patient to the Dr. Remember
too many people do not help and are rather a nuisance.
8. All others concerned shall then be informed by the fastest means.
9. Work shall be stopped; all personnel shall be collected and delivered a tool
box talk highlighting the reasons for the accident, lapses that took place
and corrective actions that need be taken. We have to learn from our
mistakes and ensure that they are not repeated.

7. Electric Shock Procedure


1. A person being shocked needs to be disconnected from the source of
electrical power.
Immediately call for emergency assistance Health Center and
Security
Do not endanger yourself. If the victim is still in contract with the
electricalcurrent, you must be careful to avoid being shocked
yourself. You cannot help ifyou become a victim, too.
Do not touch the victim. The current can pass through you also.
Do not touch the source of electricity.
Break the current. Before you can do anything else, you must get
the victim freefrom the current.
2. Locate the disconnecting switch/breaker and turn it off. Alternatively, if the
disconnecting device cannot be located, the victim can be pried or pulled

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from the circuit by an insulated object such as a dry wood board, piece of
nonmetallic conduit, or rubber electrical cord.
3. Victims need immediate medical response: check for breathing and pulse,
then apply CPR as necessary to maintain oxygenation.
4. If a victim is still conscious after having been shocked, they need to be
closely monitored and cared for until trained emergency response personnel
arrive. There is danger of physiological shock, so keep the victim warm and
comfortable.
5. Shock victims may suffer heart trouble up to several hours after being
shocked. The danger of electric shock does not end after the immediate
medical attention
If the victim is not breathing, begin rescue breathing
If it is needed, begin CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
Do not attempt to move the victim unless he/she is in further
danger. Other injuries mayhave occurred that you are unaware of.
Cover the victim in a blanket and stay with him/her until help
arrives. Do not leavehim/her alone. Take steps to prevent or lessen
the severity of shock

8.Food Poisoning
Food poisoning can be caused by several different bacteria, such as salmonella
or botulism. Although certain types of food poisoning can be fatal, most cases
run their course in a couple of days.
Symptoms of food poisoning are similar to those of the flu, except for fever,
which is more likely to occur with the flu, and should be treated the same. They
usually begin from two hours to two days after eating the tainted food and
include:

Headache
Nausea
Diarrhea and/or vomiting
Stomach cramps or pain
More serious symptoms can include blurred vision, fatigue and a
dry mouth.

Procedure to be followed in case of a Food Poisoning


Sip water or diluted juice as soon as vomiting has decreased.
If symptoms continue for more than 24 hours, or if you are unable
to tolerate any fluids, contact
your primary care doctor or visit
the emergency department.

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Seek emergency care if you become dehydrated.


Most adults can handle one day without nutrition, but continued
vomiting to the point of dehydration requires medical attention.
Finally, be aware that adults can handle dehydration better than
small children and that high fever also can indicate a more serious
illness.

9. SNAKE BITE

EMERGENCY PERSONNEL'S RESPONSIBILITIES


WORKING HOURS OF THE PROJECT SITE:

OUTSIDE

NORMAL

SHIFT-IN-CHARGE:
Immediately he becomes aware of the emergency and its location, and he will
proceed to the scene. On arrival he shall assess the scale of the incident and
direct all operations within the affected area with the following priorities:
1. On arrival, he assesses the scale of emergency and if feels necessary, he
will advice his assistant to call the Key Personnel to the site.
2. Secure the safety of persons, which may require evacuation to the
assembly points in the event.
3. Minimize damage to Plant, Property and the Environment.
4. Minimize loss of material.
5. Have regard to the need for preserving evidence that would facilitate
subsequent enquire.
6. Hand over charge of operations to the Incident Controller when he
arrives on scene.

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ASSEMBLY POINT:
In case of any emergency and upon receiving instructions for evacuation from
the Incident Controller or any Key Personnel of emergency team., the
employees have to assemble at the following Assembly Point.
Assembly Points:A. In Front of Main Entrance
Employees should remain at the Assembly Point till further instructions are
received from the Incident Controller.
XIV. Conditions Requiring Special Attention
As the site is on the starting stage, hence yet Conditions Requiring Special
Attention is not so been identified. Until now only one codition is identified, as
follows:1. Tower Crane Erection.
As