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HSE Monthly

Report for XXXX


Project

Safety Engineer Name


25/M/2017
Description of the Project
Project Name
Project ERP No.
Division
Project Manager
Project HSE
Engineer
Project Start Date
Expected Delivery
Date
Report from to
Report No.
Barriers to Good Safety
Conflicting
Demands
Complexity
Time Scales Behavioral
of the
Standards Issues
workplace
Budgets
Employers'
Responsibilities
To provide and maintain workplaces, machinery,
equipment and work processes
To ensure that chemical, physical and biological
substances and agents are without risk to health
when protective measures have been taken
To provide adequate protective clothing and
equipment to prevent risks of accidents or
adverse health effects
Workers' Rights
Given adequate information on actions the
employer has taken to ensure safety and health
Given the right to the necessary training in safety
and health
Consulted by the employer on all matters of
safety and health relating to their work
Given the right to leave a workplace which he
has reason to think presents an imminent and
serious danger to his life or health, and not be
compelled to return until it is safe
Safety Responsibilities of Management &
Supervision Positions
1. PRESIDENT
Establishing an effective policy for health and safety at work.
Implementing the safety and related policies.
Ultimate responsibility for the safety management system.
Delivering a statement to the media on safety issues as required.
Ensuring that adequate finances are available for the effective implementation and
ongoing maintenance of the safety manual.

2. CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER


Effective implementation of the safety management system.
Appraisals of the effectiveness of the safety policy, ensuring any necessary changes are
made.
Ensuring that the safety manual is consistent with the scope of work being undertaken
by the Company and that the manual is understood by all managers.
Maintaining a good standard of housekeeping across the sites.
Reviewing absences due to accident or injury at work in conjunction with the Safety
Manager.
Ensuring that adequate resources of time and personnel are available for the effective
implementation and ongoing maintenance of the safety manual.
Conducting the Management Review meeting at least once per year.
Safety Responsibilities of Management &
Supervision Positions
3. GENERAL MANAGERS (Division Managers)

Establishing and communicating safety rules and standards to all employees, contractors
and visitors.
Providing appropriate resources, tools and training for employees.
Awarding contracts using safety health and environmental criteria.
Conducting and document safety meetings.
Conducting inspections and tours regularly to maintain facilities in a safe condition.
Correcting unsafe acts and conditions promptly.
correcting unsafe conditions promptly
Maintaining emergency plans and conduct regular emergency drills.
Investigating incidents, near misses, dangerous occurrences, spills and other events and
promptly carrying out corrective actions.
Reviewing organizational and employee safety performance periodically, and provide
feedback.
Safety Responsibilities of Management &
Supervision Positions
4. PROJECT MANAGERS
Overall responsible for safety, health, environmental protection and loss prevention of his
project.
Advises AL MASHARIQ CO. management on the matters related to safety and loss prevention.
Responsible for the implementation of specific Project Safety Programs.
Responsible for the delegation of implementation of Safety practices to Safety Engineer,
Site Superintendent, Project Engineer and other engineers.
Reviews the implementation programs at regular intervals suggest AL MASHARIQ CO.
management for changes whenever required and ensure corrective action taken.
Responsible in reporting to CLIENT regarding the safety programs its
implementation, compliance and feedback.
Responsible in the compliance with Client comments/instruction related to safety in true spirit.
Responsible for the safety of all aspects of project including sub-contractors, visitors and vendors
representative.
Review all the project activities that are being carried out in safe manner and in compliance
with Saudi Arab Govt. Law and Regulations.
Responsible to give active support for the implementation of safety execution plan as one of his
prime responsibilities.
Should be aware of any deviations from these requirements, he shall instigate immediate
corrective actions.
Participate (as required) in inspections and meeting related to safety and loss prevention.
Safety Responsibilities of Management &
Supervision Positions
5. HS&E Manager
The HS&E Manager is directly accountable to the President/ Chief Operations Officer for all HSE matters.
Responsibilities:
Insure that The HS&E Policy is established
Insure that the HS&E Policy is implemented and its effectiveness monitored and remedial action taken where
needed
Insure that the necessary resources are made available to ensure the implementation and
continuous improvement of the HS&E performance throughout the company.
Insure that Health, safety and environmental protection are recognized as a fundamental part of day-to-day
operations.
Insure that HSE performance is established as one of the principle accountabilities of all managers.
Establish and maintain HSE training requirements and standards and assist in their implementation.
Monitor, review the reporting, investigation and follow-up of accidents and incidents.
Follow the implementation of the environmental protection
Promote and assist in effective consultation between relevant company, client and contractor personnel on
HS&E matters.
Promote health, Safety and environmental awareness at all levels throughout the Company.
Contact the clients to measure their satisfactory out the company HSE performance.
Insure that the company HSE program compliance with the latest clients requirements.
Insure that the company HSE program compliance with the latest governmental requirements.
Enforce the zero accident philosophy within the company.
Safety Responsibilities of Management &

6- Project Safety Manager


Supervision Positions
Reporting HS&E Manager for all HSE matters within the Project & his Responsibilities:
Regularly audit all facilities with the Project to ensure compliance with the HS&E Management System.
Establish the emergency plans for all the facilities of the project
Record and report all the implementation of risk assessments, accident/incident reporting and investigation and local
safety inspections.
Ensure that all staff under control understands their individual responsibilities for HSE.
Ensure that the HSE orientation training are given to all employees in the project
Follow the implementation of the safety behavioral program and the zero accident philosophy.
Follow the implementation of the HSE training plan
Ensure that all accidents and incidents resulting on or having the potential to cause personnel injury or harm, damage
to property or the environment are reported immediately and investigated to extent necessary to determine the true
cause and identify remedial action.
Set a clear leadership example
Conduct the emergency drills.
Insure that all environmental aspects and impacts has been identified and controlled
Insure that pre-jobs site safety meeting are performed
Conduct weekly safety meeting
Ensure that regular site safety inspections are conducted and recorded.
Provide, review and update all company HSE documentation for the project.
Distribute all safety information within the project.
Follow the subcontractors safety performance
Report all the safety requirement of the project client
Present the company in the client safety meeting
The company representative for the HSE issues with the project client
Insure that all first aid kit items are available and stored in good condition
Purchase the missing items of the first aid kit
Provide first aid as required
Safety Responsibilities of Management &
Supervision Positions
7. Safety Officers/Supervisors
Reporting to The Project Safety Manager and responsible:
To insure that all requirements of the HSE Management System are implemented in so far as they affect their
area of responsibility.
To insure that All statutory and client safe system of work are fully complied with at all times.
All employees under their area of control are aware of the actions required in the event of an emergency.
All employees under their area of control are understand their responsibilities for health, safety and the
protection of the environment
Conduct Pre-jobs site safety meeting and tool box meetings
Insure that all environmental protections requirements are applied
Lead by Example
Insure that Equipment is maintained in safe state and good working condition and ensures that any defects are
reported and corrected.
Insure that Appropriate PPE is worn by all personnel within their area of control.
Insure that all accidents and incidents are reported and investigated and corrective action implemented.
Insure that all employees had the Appropriate safety training and job skills training
All work areas under their control are kept clean and tidy and all emergency.
Routes and safe areas are unobstructed at all times.
Insure that all first aid kit items are available and stored in good condition
Require the missing items of the first aid kit
Provide first aid as required
Safety Responsibilities of Management &
Supervision Positions
8. SITE SUPERVISORS
Co-ordinate and plan construction work in the safest manner achievable based on
safe working practices and with consideration to the detailed working schedules.
Continuously monitor the work area to ensure that all operations are being
conducted in a safe manner.
Take immediate corrective action to rectify unsafe acts and conditions.
Coordinate closely with the CLIENT and Safety Engineer/Site Superintendent.
Enforce Al Mashariq Co. and CLIENT safety regulations and instructions.
Actively participate in organized training programs and encourage workers to do
so.
Take a lead role in the event of an emergency, affecting the work site.
Set a personal example in matters of Safety, Health and Environmental protection.
To impart with co-workmen the knowledge and training regarding safety obtained
during their training program.
Description
HSE Statistical Monthly Yearly Cumulative
Manpower Total Manpower Worked 35
Total Man-hours Worked 3560 11240
Man-hours worked since last LTI 11240
Health Number of First Aid Cases 1
Number of Medical Treatment Cases 0
Number of Lost Time Injury Cases 0
Number of Man hours lost due to LTI 0
Number of Serious Injury Cases 0
Number of Occupational Illness 0
Number of Fatality Accidents 0
Safety Number of Near miss Reported 8
Number of Near miss Acted 8
Number of Vehicle Accident 0
Number of Property Damage 0
Number of Fire Incidents 0
System Safety Visitor Contractor Subcontractor
Measurement Induction 4 0 21
Number of employees received In-house Training 1
Number of employees received External Training 0
Training Hours accumulated for the above mentioned Trainings 1
Number of Tool Box Talk Conducted 4
Number of Employees attended during Tool Box Talk 20
General Safety Committee Meetings conducted 1
Internal Audit conducted 1
Number of Safety Observation Reported 10
Number of Safety Observation Acted 10
Number of Risk Assessment Done 1
Number of Job Safety Analysis Done 1
Number of Environmental Incidents 0
Details of Manpower
Contractor Number Sub Contractor Number
Project Manager 1 Engineer 1
Site Manager 1 Supervisor 1
Site Electrical Engineer 0 Foreman 1
QA/QC Civil Engineer 1 Safety Officer 0
QA/QC Electrical Engineer 1 Carpenter 3
HSE In-Charged 1 Steel Fixer 7
Electrical Supervisor 1 Mason 3
Senior Electrical Forman 1 Scaffolder 0
Electrical Foremen 0 Operator/Driver 1
Docon 1 Tea boy 0
Storekeeper 1 Watchman 1
Electrician 15 Electrician 2
Electrician Helper 2 Welder 2
Plumber 0 Labor/Helpers/Others 6
Welder 1 Scaffolder helper 0
Drivers 2 Scaffolder Supervisor 0
Security Guards( Saudi National ) (24hrs) 3 Painter 0
Security Helper 1 Water proofing 0
Tea boy 1 Other (specify):
Helper 2
Boom truck Operator 0
Forklift Operator 0
Vendor 1
Sub-con 3
Other (specify)
S/N Date Site Name
Training Topic No Of Attendees Remarks

1 4/2/17 East Dammam PPE 22

2 11/2/17 East Dammam Safe Work Procedures 23

3 18/2/17 East Dammam Avoid Shortcuts 27

4 25/2/17 East Dammam First Aid Awareness 28


5

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17
Near Miss Analysis
Near Miss / Unsafe Acts & Condition Category Near Miss / Unsafe Acts & Condition
Category
Week Number in Month Week Number in Month
Week Week Week Week Week TOTA TOTA
Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5
1 2 3 4 5 L L
Personal Protective Tools & Equipment 0 0 0 1 0 1
1 0 1 1 0 3 Right for Job 0 0 0 0 0 0
Equipment
Eyes & Face 0 0 0 0 0 0 Used Correct 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ears 0 0 0 0 0 0 In Safe Condition 0 0 0 0 0 0
Head 1 0 0 0 0 1 Leads Tagged 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hands & Arms 0 0 1 1 0 2 Ladders 0 0 0 0 0 0
Feet & Legs 0 0 0 0 0 0 Crane operation 0 0 0 0 0 0
Respiratory System 0 0 0 0 0 0 Electrical protection 0 0 0 0 0 0
Trunk 0 0 0 0 0 0 Scaffold 0 0 0 1 0 0
People 0 0 0 1 0 1 Mobile equipment 0 0 0 0 0 0
Striking Against 0 0 0 0 0 0 PROCEDURES 0 0 0 0 0 0
Struck By 0 0 0 0 0 0 Is Standard Pract.
Caught Between 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Adequate for Job 0
Falling 0 0 0 1 0 1 Is Standard Pract.
Temp. Extremes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Established? 0
Elec. Current 0 0 0 0 0 0
Is Standard Pract. Being
Inhaling 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
maintained? 0
Absorbing 0 0 0 0 0 0
Swallowing 0
Permits 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
Manual Handling &
Isolations 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 Risk Assessments 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ergonomics
Posture 0 0 0 0 0 0 Housekeeping yes yes yes yes yes 0
Type & Number of Is Workplace Tidy? yes yes yes yes yes 0
0 0 0 0 0 Electrical hazard 0 0 1 0 0 1
Motion 0
Load Handled 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fire Safety Hazard 0 0 0 0 0 0
Work Area Design 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vehicular Hazard 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tool & Grips 0 0 0 0 0 0 Slips, Trips & Fall
0 0 0 0 0 0
Vibration 0 0 0 0 0 0 hazard
Temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 Working at height 0 0 0 1 0 1
Lighting 0 0 0 0 0 0 Welfare 0 0 0 0 0 0
Noise 0 0 0 0 0 0 Environmental 0 0 0 0 0 0
Near Miss Analysis

Summary

PPE 3
People 1
Ergonomics 0
Tools & Equipments 1
Housekeeping 0
Electrical hazard 1
Fire Safety Hazard 0
Vehicular Hazard 0
Slips, Trips & Fall hazard 0
Working at height 1
Welfare 0
Environmental 0
ACCIDENT SUMMARY
Name , Location &
NO. DATE Nature of Damage/Fire Circumstances of Accident Cost Corrective Actions
Equipment involved
PPE
S.No Item Condition No. Issued this No. issued Available in remarks
. month from day1 the store

01

02

03

04

05
Fire Extinguishers
Item Capacity No. location conditio Remarks
n
Water
CO2
Powder
SAFE CONDITION
House Keeping
CRITERIA OK/NOT OK Remarks
Cleanliness of all walks
ways/platforms/stare
cases
from extraneous material.
Provision and
maintenance
of sufficient bins for the
crap and waste.
All combustible
material/waste are kept
properly.
SAFE CONDITION
LIFTING TOOLS
CRITERIA OK/NOT OK Remarks
Condition of
lifting tools and
tackles

Condition of
cranes
Condition of
hand tools
SAFE CONDITION
ELECTRICALS HAZARDS
CRITERIA OK/NOT Remarks
OK
All electrical equipment
and portable tools properly
earthed.
All Cable, wires, joints in good condition.
All hand lambs used in confined space
energized
by 24 batteries.
SAFE CONDITION
Fire Safety
CRITERIA YES NO Remarks
A. Whether any fire hazards has been
taken place during this month.
B. Whether portable fire extinguishers
were sufficient to quench the fire
brigade assistance taken.
Excavation Safety EVALUATIO
S.
ITEM N COMMENTS
N
YES NO N/A
1 PROJECT BOARD
2 AMANA , TRAFFIC & EXCAVATION PERMIT
3 SIDE SHORING (DEPTH MORE THAN 1.5 M)
4 DEWATERING
5 BARRICADING AND BARRIER ARRANGMENT
6 DISTANCE BETWEEN THE EXCAVATION AND BARRIERS 50
CM
7 SAFETY NET
8 DISPOSALS ARE REGULARELY REMOVED
9 STEEL BRIDGES (FOR WALKERS)
10 SAFETY AND TRAFFIC SIGNAGE
11 NIGHT LIGHTING
12 HOUSEKEEPING
13 WORK FINISHED IN THE PLANNED TIME AS IN THE PERMIT
14 ASPHALTING FINISHED
15 ASPHALTING QUALITY AND CONTINUITY
16 QUALITY OF BINDING OF NEW AND OLD ASPHALT
17 HOMOGINEITY OF NEW AND OLD ASPHALT
18 LEVELING OF THE ASPHALT
19 NO EQUIPMENTS MARKERS ON THE ASPHALT
SAFE CONDITION
CRITERIA Available Not Available Remarks
DRINKING WATER
FIRST AID KIT
FIRST AIDER
Recommendation for
Improvement
Observation Improvement
Photos
Poor House Keeping Good House Keeping
Observation Improvement
Photos
Replace with New Fire EXT.
Expire Fire extinguishers Inspection and Colorcoded
Observation Improvement
Photos
Poor House Keeping Good House Keeping