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Risk Assessment for Installation and Commission of CBS System

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INSTALLATION AND COMMISSION OF CBS SYSTEM

Rectification of Central Battery System-Fire and Life Safety

Hazard

  • Use of Ladders
  • Working near live systems/ equipment
  • Working with Fire alarm interfaced systems
  • Using Hand tools like spanners, Wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, pliers, and sharp utility (Knife, blades & cutter)
  • Lifting Heavy Equipment / Manual Handling /Repetitive works
  • Handling contaminated water
  • Using paint / Grease/ rust/Corrosion free Aerosol/ Lubricate
  • Housekeeping/Waste Management-Waste-Management Plan not implemented.
  • Lack of identified area for storage & segregation.
  • Poor cleaning.
  • Non-identification of hazardous waste chemicals.
  • A waste minimization program is not available.
  • The reaction between incompatible wastes

Consequences

  • Fatal Injury
  • Major Injury
  • Damages to property
  • Electrocution & injury to personnel.
  • Damages to equipment.
  • Injuries (due to evacuation on rush) 
  • Cut injury
  • Injury due to Fall on to the person
  • Puncture
  • Bruised finger injury
  • Electric shock, burn, smoke inhalation
  • Chronic lung disease
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Cancer
  • Burn Injury
  • Fire/Explosion
  • Fatality
  • Environmental pollution
  • Health effects
  • The outbreak of the epidemic,
  • Impose of authority fine 
  • Ill health, skin irritation, viral infections, etc.

Control Measures

  1. Ensure that ladder is free from damage (crack, splits, holes, etc.).
  2. Ensure that a non-slip base (rubber shoes) is provided for the ladder.
  3. Ensure that the interlocking of the ladder is in good condition.
  4. Ensure three points of contact are maintained while climbing.
  5. Ensure that the top two rungs of the ladder are covered by GI sheets or plyboard to avoid overreaching.
  6. Ensure one person is holding the ladder while working.
  7. Appropriate PPE should be worn – Safety helmet & Safety harness if required.
  8. Close & competent supervision.
  9. Follow the work permit system.
  10. Only tested & calibrated tools & equipment should be used for maintenance.
  11. Only trained employees should do the work.
  12. Maintain a safe distance from live systems.
  13. Use proper PPE
  14. Isolate/shut down live systems if possible.
  15. A regular brief of individual responsibility shall be performed on the team member.
  16. All by-passes shall be cross-verified by a competent person.
  17. Proper communication shall be made by management.  
  18. Adequate supervision and training. 
  19. Checklist inspection.
  20. Ensure the properly trained persons were involved.
  21. Choose a Screwdriver/Spanner/wrench that properly fits the fastener that is to be turned. Using the perfect size reduces the chances of slippage.
  22. Do not substitute pliers for a wrench when turning nuts and bolts. Pliers cannot grip those objects well and will slip. 
  23. Never use pliers as a hammer or hammer on the handles. 
  24. Never weld, heat, or regrind the tools. 
  25. Always use a sharp blade. Dull blades require greater force and hence are more likely to slide. Replace the blade when it starts evolving to “tear” in preference to reducing.
  26. Never leave a knife unattended with the blade exposed. Consider using a self-retracting knife with a spring-loaded blade. (The blade will retract while stress at the knife is launched). Keep your unfastened hand away from the road of the cut. 
  27. Proper inspection should be carried out for hand tools and the workplace.
  28. Proper position to be maintained while doing the task.
  29. No Unauthorized person is allowed.
  30. Proper hand protection should be used i.e., nitrile-coated gloves with EN 388 and Safety shoes.
  31. Provide materials handling aids.
  32. Conduct toolbox talk & train workers in ergonomics in material handling and repetitive work.
  33. Ensure trained and competent persons were involved in the task.
  34. The Sprinkler system should be drained by using a permanent drainage system. 
  35. The hose reel should be drained through the drain point directly.
  36. Do not Splash/Spray the water in the workplace.
  37. Always wash your hand and contaminated skin thoroughly.
  38. Appropriate PPE to be used – Face shield, Splash proof Goggle, Air Respirator EN149, and rubber hand gloves
  39. Local Exhaust Ventilation should be provided at the workplace and should be operational during the activity.
  40. Material safety data sheets should be collected and COSHH Assessment to be done before the operation.
  41. Firefighting equipment should be provided near the activity.
  42. No flame/No smoking policy should be strictly implemented in the workplace
  43. Equipment that generates sparks should not be used in the vicinity where an operation is in progress.
  44. Caps of containers should be immediately replaced after use.
  45. Wash with soap and water after handling.
  46. Appropriate PPE to be provided for the workers i.e., Chemical resistant material (rubber or PVC) Hand gloves should be worn, and NOISH Respirator should be worn if lack of ventilation & Safety goggles.
  47. Ensure that ladder is free from damage (crack, splits, holes, etc.).
  48. Ensure that a non-slip base (rubber shoes) is provided for the ladder.
  49. Ensure that the interlocking of the ladder is in good condition.
  50. Ensure three points of contact are maintained while climbing.
  51. Ensure that the top two rungs of the ladder are covered by GI sheets or plyboard to avoid overreaching.
  52. Ensure one person is holding the ladder while working.
  53. Appropriate PPE should be worn – Safety helmet & Safety harness if required.

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