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CS Construction & Geotechnic Pte. Ltd., CS Bored Pile System Pte. Ltd., L&M Foundation Specialist

CS Construction & Geotechnic Pte. Ltd., CS Bored Pile System Pte. Ltd., L&M Foundation Specialist Pte. Ltd., Double Wong Foundation Pte. Ltd., Soil Investigation Pte. Ltd., THL Foundation Equipment Pte. Ltd., Wisescan Engineering Services Pte. Ltd., Borneo Geotechnic Sdn. Bhd., G-Pile Sistem Sdn. Bhd., Spectest Sdn. Bhd.

Geotechnic Sdn. Bhd., G-Pile Sistem Sdn. Bhd., Spectest Sdn. Bhd. Safety Handbook Published on 1 s

Safety Handbook

Published on 1 st April 2012

President/Group CEO’s Message

Your safety is our utmost concern.

The Group is committed to delivering quality work to all our clients, within agreed time schedule and free from incidents or injuries. Safety is something that we will not compromise under any circumstance.

We fully recognise the importance of identifying and minimising the risks and impacts that may affect the health, safety and the environment of our workforce as well as the members of the public. To build upon CSC

Group’s achievement in all areas of operational excellence,

I am counting on each and everyone of us to continuously

commit to our Safe Work Practices which are designed to identify, assess, mitigate or eliminate risks.

I therefore, urge YOU to use this easy-to-use reference manual frequently as a reminder of our Safe Work Practices and support the tenets of operations.

Thank you for your ongoing commitment. Stay Safe Today and Everyday.

See Yen Tarn President/Group CEO

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Quality, Environmental, Health & Safety Policy

President/Group CEO defines the Quality, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (QEHS) Policy as follows:

“To

deliver

the

highest

quality

of

works,

through

the

identification

of

customer

requirements

and

statutory

requirements.

 

The management will do its utmost best to provide an accident-free workplace for all employees and interested parties as well as a sustainable green environment by ensuring the outputs of work activities do not cause undue pollution to the society.

The company will strive to prevent environmental, health & safety hazards that are undesirable to employees and interested parties through continual reviews and improvement of its integrated management system. Complying with the applicable regulations as required by Ministry of Manpower, relevant authorities and the clients”.

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General Rules

1. The employee is responsible for and must wear the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at all times while at work.

2. PPE must not be abused, and if damaged must be replaced before continuing the work.

3. All accidents, property damage, dangerous occurrences or near-misses must be reported to the safety department immediately, failing which CSC shall not accept to entertain the case.

4. No smoking while operating the machines.

5. Anyone caught stealing, fighting or causing property damage will be disciplined and may be subject to immediate dismissal at the Management’s discretion.

6. Follow safety instruction; do not take chances. If you do not know, ask.

7. Immediately correct and report unsafe conditions.

8. Observe and obey all warning signs.

9. Horseplay will not be tolerated.

10. Use the right tools and equipment for the job and use them safely.

11. Always follow Safe Work Procedures.

12. The use, possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or intoxicants is prohibited on site.

13. Any electrical connections, alterations and repairs should only be done by competent electrician.

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General Rules

14. All non-life threatening accidents cases which require

medical attention must be referred to company’s designated hospital (Raffles Hospital). Company will not reimburse medical fees if the injured employee is referred to other hospital/clinic.

15. Do not carry out work without an approved Permit- To-Work, where PTW for the work is in force.

16. Follow all the other safety rules as stated in the company’s Safety Management System, failing which penalty shall be served on employees according to the infringement fines as stated in the Safety Management System.

“No job is so urgent or important that we cannot take time and effort to do it SAFELY”

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Lifting Operations

Lifting Operations Broken wire Kinked Bird caging Crushed All damaged slings must be removed from site

Broken wire

Lifting Operations Broken wire Kinked Bird caging Crushed All damaged slings must be removed from site

Kinked

Lifting Operations Broken wire Kinked Bird caging Crushed All damaged slings must be removed from site

Bird caging

Lifting Operations Broken wire Kinked Bird caging Crushed All damaged slings must be removed from site

Crushed

All damaged slings must be removed from site

Follow these rules during lifting operations:

» Inspect lifting gear and lifting machine before use.

» Use only approved rigging equipment.

» Use proper rigging technique.

» Never overload the lifting gear or lifting machine.

» Lifting must be done gradually with the load lifted 1~2

inches

off the ground initially to check stability.

» Never stand under a suspended load.

» Lifting crew must understand their specific duties and responsibilities and must stop any lifting work if an unsafe condition is identified.

» Always insert padding or use lifting frame to prevent severe bending or breakage of sling.

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Lifting Operations

Lifting Operations Never wrap a sling around “L” must be greater than “S” Severe bending Severe

Never wrap a sling around

Lifting Operations Never wrap a sling around “L” must be greater than “S” Severe bending Severe

“L” must be greater than “S”

Severe bending
Severe bending

Severe bending can cause breakage of sling

Severe bending Severe bending can cause breakage of sling No person is allowed to stand under

No person is allowed to stand under a suspended load

can cause breakage of sling No person is allowed to stand under a suspended load Always

Always use tagline to control the load

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Manual Handling

Manual Handling 7

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Every employee must use and wear PPE while working on site. The type of PPE used will depend on the nature of work. However, basic PPE such as safety helmet, safety boots and reflective vest must be worn at all times.

safety boots and reflective vest must be worn at all times. Helmet with chin strap E

Helmet with chin strap

vest must be worn at all times. Helmet with chin strap E a r p l

Ear plugs

all times. Helmet with chin strap E a r p l u g s Dust mask

Dust mask

Helmet with chin strap E a r p l u g s Dust mask Ear mufflers

Ear mufflers

chin strap E a r p l u g s Dust mask Ear mufflers S a

Safety harness

mask Ear mufflers S a f e t y h a r n e s s

Safety boots

S a f e t y h a r n e s s Safety boots Rubber

Rubber safety boots

S a f e t y h a r n e s s Safety boots Rubber

Welding gloves

S a f e t y h a r n e s s Safety boots Rubber

Rubber gloves

S a f e t y h a r n e s s Safety boots Rubber

Reflective vest

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Excavation safety

Excavation safety Risk Assessment briefing for Operator before work starts Do not operate machinery which emits

Risk Assessment briefing for Operator before work starts

Risk Assessment briefing for Operator before work starts Do not operate machinery which emits black smog,

Do not operate machinery which emits black smog, send it for servicing

machinery which emits black smog, send it for servicing Standby fire extinguisher in the cabin in

Standby fire extinguisher in the cabin in case of fire

Banksman to guide excavator during operations

case of fire Banksman to guide excavator during operations Bucket should be placed facing downward when

Bucket should be placed facing downward when not in use to avoid collecting water

facing downward when not in use to avoid collecting water Provide proper access ladder for trenches

Provide proper access ladder for trenches > 1.2m deep

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Do not leave the door open when the operator is not present

1.2m deep 10 Do not leave the door open when the operator is not present Blinker

Blinker light must be working in good condition

Welding and electrical safety

Welding and electrical safety Earth rod must be inserted Proper clamp must be used DB box

Earth rod must be inserted

Welding and electrical safety Earth rod must be inserted Proper clamp must be used DB box

Proper clamp must be used

safety Earth rod must be inserted Proper clamp must be used DB box must be locked

DB box must be locked at all times

Proper clamp must be used DB box must be locked at all times ELCB must be

ELCB must be installed in DB box

must be locked at all times ELCB must be installed in DB box Face shield must

Face shield must be worn

ELCB must be installed in DB box Face shield must be worn Standby fire extinguisher Do

Standby fire extinguisher

in DB box Face shield must be worn Standby fire extinguisher Do not lay cable on

Do not lay cable on ground

be worn Standby fire extinguisher Do not lay cable on ground Electrical hand tools must be

Electrical hand tools must be inspected by LEW monthly and documented

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hand tools must be inspected by LEW monthly and documented 9 Rod holder must be fully

Rod holder must be fully insulated

monthly and documented 9 Rod holder must be fully insulated Cable must be kept tidy Warning

Cable must be kept tidy

9 Rod holder must be fully insulated Cable must be kept tidy Warning sign must be

Warning sign must be displayed clearly

must be fully insulated Cable must be kept tidy Warning sign must be displayed clearly Cable

Cable to be hung on insulated hook

Waste Management & Housekeeping

Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11
Waste Management & Housekeeping 11

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Waste Management & Housekeeping 11

Safety in Load Test Erection

Safety in Load Test Erection Area must be cordoned off with Danger signage to prevent unauthorised

Area must be cordoned off with Danger signage to prevent unauthorised entry

off with Danger signage to prevent unauthorised entry Steel plates must be provided for safe crane

Steel plates must be provided for safe crane footing

entry Steel plates must be provided for safe crane footing Concrete blocks to be seated on
entry Steel plates must be provided for safe crane footing Concrete blocks to be seated on

Concrete blocks to be seated on steel plates for stability purpose

blocks to be seated on steel plates for stability purpose Lifting lugs must be checked before

Lifting lugs must be checked before lifting

purpose Lifting lugs must be checked before lifting Chipped or cracked concrete blocks must not be

Chipped or cracked concrete blocks must not be used and should be discarded from site

blocks must not be used and should be discarded from site Safety harness must be anchored

Safety harness must be anchored while working at height

site Safety harness must be anchored while working at height Use certified mancage for transporting workers

Use certified mancage for transporting workers onto the ground

Follow these rules during load test erection:

» Inspect lifting gear and lifting machine before use.

» Area to be cordoned off to prevent unauthorised entry.

» Workers must anchor safety harness while at height.

» Lifting crew including crane operator must coordinate with one and another properly.

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Duties and Responsibilities (not limited to the following)

Rigger / Signalman

1. All riggers and signalmen must be suitably qualified with accredited training qualification.

2. Must follow instructions as given by Lifting Supervisor.

3. Must follow standard rigging and signalling methods to avoid confusion.

4. Must work together as a team with the Lifting Supervisor and Crane Operator.

5. Shall discontinue any lifting operations if unsafe condition is spotted during lifting operations. Report to Lifting Supervisor immediately.

6. Always follow Safe Work Procedure.

Machine operator

1. Operate the required machinery which they are competent in.

2. Perform daily maintenance check of the machine.

3. Follow Safe Work Procedure.

4. Lock the cabin door if the machine is unattended to.

5. Do not move the machine without proper instruction or Banksman guiding the movement.

6. To coordinate lifting operations with and the advice of the lifting Supervisor, and diligently keep a safe lookout during machinery operations with signalman and rigger.

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Duties and Responsibilities (not limited to the following)

General worker

1. Obey all safety instructions.

2. Avoid horseplay and unsafe practices that can result in incident/accident.

3. Make full and proper use of all Personal Protective Equipment and safety devices provided.

4. Report unsafe conditions, injuries and incidents to Supervisor immediately.

5. Practice good housekeeping at all times.

6. Ask the Supervisor if you are not sure of how to do the work safely.

7. Do not engage in a fight with fellow workers, refer all disputes to Supervisor.

8. Ensure that proper Risk Assessment (RA) has been briefed to you by your Supervisor before work is carried out.

9. Do not carry out work without approved Permit-To- Work.

10. Always follow Safe Work Procedure.

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Duties and Responsibilities (not limited to the following)

Lifting Supervisor

1. Ensure all lifting operations are carried out in accordance with safety requirements both legal and in-house requirements.

2. Stop all lifting operations immediately if unsafe condition is spotted.

3. Ensure lifting crew are properly briefed before lifting operations are carried out.

4. Follow Safe Work Procedure and Risk Assessment at all times.

5. Ensure that Permit-To-Lift is approved with necessary Lifting Plan.

Site Supervisor / Site Foreman

1. Ensure works performed in accordance with client’s safety requirements.

2. Coordinate and execute work safely.

3. Ensure safety procedures are followed at all times.

4. Report an unsafe act or unsafe condition to WSHS / WSHC and rectify immediately if life threat is present.

5. Supervise the work closely and act swiftly if work is done in a haphazard manner.

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Duties and Responsibilities (not limited to the following)

Project Coordinator

1. Responsible for coordinating manpower, plant & equipment and materials arrangement.

2. Monitor work progress and ensure work is carried out safely.

3. Verify records and reports submitted by Site Supervisors.

4. Ensure work is carried out according to Safe Work Procedure.

Mechanics

1. Execute repairing or servicing according to Safe Work Procedure and machine maintenance instructions.

2. Use and wear appropriate PPE when carrying out repair work.

3. Report all unsafe conditions to Site and WSHS/WSHC immediately.

4. Consult expertise from specialist if unsure of how to repair the machine.

5. Do not take short cut when repairing the machine.

6. Keep proper record of maintenance report for future reference.

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Accident Reporting Procedure

Accident Report to supervisor & First Aider Supervisor reports to site WSHS / WSHC Only
Accident
Report to supervisor
& First Aider
Supervisor reports to site
WSHS / WSHC
Only requires first
aid treatment
Attend to injured and
give treatment
WSHS /WSHC reports to
EHS Mgr. & PM
Worker returns to
work
If further treatment is
required, send to nearest
Raffles Clinic / Hospital
Site conduct accident
investigation
More than 3 days MC WSHO submits i-report within 10 days after accident occurrence
More than
3 days MC
WSHO submits
i-report within
10 days after
accident
occurrence
i-report within 10 days after accident occurrence Hospitalisation more than 24 hrs / amputation case WSHO

Hospitalisation more than 24 hrs / amputation case

WSHO submits i-report within 10 days after accident occurrenceHospitalisation more than 24 hrs / amputation case Accident review by project safety committee and follow

Accident review by project safety committee and follow up with necessary actions

Life threatening / Fatal casesafety committee and follow up with necessary actions Dangerous occurrence Stop work, call police, ambulance

Dangerous occurrence
Dangerous
occurrence

Stop work, call police, ambulance & MOM

Stop work,

inform MOM

Committee of inquiry WSHO submits i- report within 10 days after accident occurrence
Committee of
inquiry
WSHO submits i-
report within 10
days after accident
occurrence

Follow up actions

WSHO submits i-report within 10 days after accident occurrence Follow up actions
WSHO submits
i-report within
10 days after
accident
occurrence
Follow up
actions

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Duties and Responsibilities (not limited to the following)

Project Engineer

1. Ensure Risk Assessment is done before work is executed.

2. Ensure work is done according to Safe Work Procedure.

3. Ensure work is done according to client’s safety requirements.

4. Accountable for all safety related issues and ensure all safety shortcomings are addressed properly before work is continued.

Project Manager

1. Overall in charge of projects in terms of progress & safety.

2. Accountable for all safety related issues and ensure all safety shortcoming are addressed properly before work is continued.

3. Represent project team in attending to client’s safety requirements.

4. Provide technical and engineering support to the operations team and ensure work is executed safely.

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Emergency Contact Numbers

External contacts:-

FIRE

-

995

AMBULANCE

-

995

POLICE

-

999

RAFFLES HOSPITAL

-

6311 1111

SINGAPORE GH

-

6321 4311

TAN TS HOSPITAL

-

6256 6011

TRAFFIC LIGHT

-

1800 225 5582

PIPED GAS SUPPLY

-

1800 752 1800

SINGTEL CABLE

-

6484 4370

Internal contacts:-

Guard House

-

6500 4767

(Corporate Head Office)

Brandon Toh

-

9757 5568

(Corporate EHS Mgr.)

Balaraman Deivakumar

-

9152 4266

(LMFS EHS Mgr.)

Mohammed Ismail Nanwi

-

9025 1096

(CSCG EHS Mgr.)

Chandrasekar Baskar

-

9276 1004

(CSBP EHS Mgr.)