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JSSBW endeavors to maintain safe working for its staff and the personnel related to this project. We believe that effective safety programs enhance projects by assisting the consultant, the contractors to thoroughly recognize and evaluate anticipated hazards and to work proactively. JSSBW encourages its staff to consider their health and safety at personal level not only on site but off the site also. It is obligatory for everyone at the site to ensure that they follow health and safety rules. At the beginning of project, safety training and presentation shall be given to each staff, so that they are persuaded about the awareness of health and safety hazards at the site.

1.2 The Project Safety, Health, and Environmental Plan

JSSBW policy is zero incidents by controlling the design to either eliminate or minimize the hazards to its staff and public, it equipments and resources. This document reveals the safety, health, and environment requirements and guidelines developed for the Project R 001. This document guides that during the project work the site personnel, the visitors (the Client) and the public, the environment from incidents caused due to HS&E hazards.

This plan is a live document which means as per the site conditions and situations it will be amended. All Project R001 and contractor personnel must understand and adopt the SH & E plan.

1.3 Contractor Safety, Health, and Environmental Plans

The Contractors must prepare their own safety program for their site work and their employees. Contract specifications require all subcontractors to accept the Project R01 safety plan and prepare their own contractor safety, health, and environment plan for work activities the contractor has responsibility for performing. The contractor should submit their HSE plan to JSSBW project R001' Project Manager at least 10 days before site mobilization. The contractor HSE plan shall be based on JSSBW plan but not limit to it. and provide HS&E equipment and safeguards suitable for the hazards involved. This PSHEP may not cover all potential hazards on every project, and contractors must ensure that appropriate HS&E information is available for all of the contractor's project tasks.

Section - Scope of Work

The scope of project R 012 work consists of design and construction of three major bridges, road works, modification to the existing utility infrastructure and construction of new channel which will separate existing communities and dramatically change potential land use. The new bridge crossings should address the need for additional capacity because several existing local roads that provide connectivity will be eliminated. The roadway networks on both sides of the proposed channel need to be evaluated and possibly modified. Since traffic on both sides of channel will continue to grow in the future, every opportunity to improve conditions must be explored.

Section 3 - Project HS&E Management

Responsibilities and Authority

3.1 HS&E Responsibility Matrix

Project Responsibility Matrix

Project Manager

Safety & Health


Construction/Site Management


First Line Supervision

Facilities and Maintenance






Work Elements

Business Development

2. Business Development








3. Initial Hazard Analysis and Planning







4. Project Safety Health, and Environmental Plan






5. Stakeholder PSHEP Alignment Meeting






and/or Field

6. Preconstruction Safety, Health & Environment Activities







7. Project/Site Orientation, Training, and Recurring Field HS&E Meetings








8. HS&E Committee








9. Meet Building Trades, Safety, Health, Environmental Regulatory Agencies, & Others





10. Review Contractor/Subcontractor HS&E Programs






11. Subcontractor Premobilization Meeting








12. Risk Mitigation Planning (2-week look ahead)





13. Activity Hazards Analysis








14. Project Management Site Safety, Health, &

Environmental Inspections





15. Audits, Inspections, and Recordkeeping







16. Incident Management Process







Testing, Commissioning, Operations, and Decommissioning

17. Management Systems and Transition











18. Equipment and Systems Integrity










19. Operations Training and Education











20. Assessments and Corrective Action











21. Operations Emergency Management












22. Safe and Environmentally Compliant Work Practices










23. Lessons Learned and Final HS&E Report





24. Records Retention






PTable 3-1 summarizes the responsibilities of selected roles related to the primary HS&E activities.

Table 3-1 - Project Responsibility Matrix

Section 4 - Stages of HSE Study

The company implement and train the staff in three stages they are:

Administratative Stage

Preconstruction Stage

Construction Stage

Section 5- Administrative Stage

5.1 Project Safety, Health & Environment (HS&E) Committee

The company will form a project HSE committee with the assistance of all the stake holders. The HSE committee conducts a bimonthly meeting to determinge the requirement of safety as well as the action taken for any near misses or injuriesincidents, potential unsafe conditions practised, any training programs conducted, safety awareness, assessment results, and allied issues. The Committee recommend the Project Manager, who retains sole decision-making authority.

5.2 Employee Orientation

The HSE committee will have a comprehensive employee orientation program for its new staff. The main subjects provided to new staff is given below:

HSE roles and their responsibilities

Project rules and regulation

Disciplinary policies

Reporting of any incidents and unsafe work conditions

Hazards related study

Emergency /evacuation plans in case fire

Spill/release reporting and response actions

Waste management

wastewater management

Other applicable environmental issues and regulatory requirements

All new employees on a project, must attend the orientation program on the first day of their duty. Their attendence shall be signed, an acknowledgment will prepared indicating the employee has undergone the orientation program. Any Employees who has not gone under the orientation will not be permitted to work in this project.

5.3 Awareness Campaign

JSSBW has an awareness program in all their projects. Awareness campaing through signs, posters, banners etc, this awareness endorse employee awareness on HSE goals.

5.4 Stakeholder HSE Alignment Meeting

A meeting with stake holders will be held before starting of any site work. The meeting will include a analysis of the stakeholder roles and their responsibilities and essentials of control to project risks.

Following staff will attend the meeting but not limited to:

Project Manger

Safety Manager

Stake Holders

The Compnay will submit a SHE Plan and obtain stakeholders consensus with the plan.

5.5 Safety Training

The Project R 001 has a comprehensive HS& E training program customized to the scope of work. All the Employees who would spend on significant time in this project will receive a general orientation on the Assignment of the project.

The main training will include following subjects:

Lifting techniques

House keeping

Fall protection


Office hazards

Waste Management

Risk due to electrical hazards

Office emergency (evacuation)

5.6 Audits and Inspections

The Project HSE Manager will execute an audit and inspection program. The Project Manager will conduct weekly site inspections. A weekly inspection report based on the site inspection will be prepared and documented.

5.7 HS&E Meetings

In order to promote and encourage towards HSE, all the project meeting shall be started wih discussion on safety issues. The meeting chairperson may present the HS&E topic or ask for a repective representatives to start the discussion. Generally, for 1 or two minutes the HS&E will be discussed and should be directly relevant to the work of the day or applicable to most employees.

5.8 Measurement and Reporting

For emergencies, call 911!

If any incident occurs which is serious or life threatening and requires emergency, first order medical attention before contacting the Safety Manager.

If any staff got injured and requires medical during work related, a form "Order for Treatment of Work-Related Injury" shall be sent with the injured staff or faxed to the occupational medicine office at the time of the primary evaluation.

The Medical Work Care's Incident center will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days per year.

WorkCare contact number is : 00971 04 12345

The following details shall be prepared and submit:

employee's name who got injured

Contact number of injured employee.

Location of injured employee(at a minimum include the city and state)

ID number

5.8.1 Measurement and Compliance

Inorder to measure accurately the performance and regulatory requirements, Project R01 and its contractors have following emergency to contact the following onsite offices given below:

All incidents Project Manager (x1234)

Worker injury or exposure Safety and Health Manager (x1234)

Hazardous material/contaminant releases Environmental (x1234)

Fires/explosions Fire (x1234)

Medical emergencies First Aid/Medical (x1234)

Site/industrial security Security (x1234)

This above notification should be provided to all the staff in either posters or individual wallet cards.

5.8.2 Incident Reporting

All Employees involved or witnessing any injury, injury to worker or any environmental incident, or any near miss must report immediately it to the immediate and responsible supervisor, who in turn immediately pass the report to Project HS&E Manager.

The Project Manager will ensure that all HSE incidents will be reported Project Director and within four hours. The Project HSE Manager will prepare and submits HSE report along with the accident investigation form. The form is presented in the appendix.

A general process for investigating accidents at work placeand hazardous exposures include the following:

A dedicated team will be designated to act in response to the accident sight as early as possible.

All injuries should be reported to the Project R01 Workers' Compensation Claims Analyst.

As per contractual requirements report to appropriate client.

If the employee in good condition interview injured workers and also witnesses.

The employee should complete the report within 24 hours. If he is unable to complete it, the functional manager will complete the form.

Report to the Project R01 HS&E Manager immediately.

Inspect the workplace for issues associated with the accident.

find out the root of the accident.

The findings and corrective actions taken will be recorded.

A monthly report shall be submitted by contractor mentioning about hours worked (paid / unpaid) to the Project Manager within 4 days after the end of every month, or as specified by the contract.

5.9 Incident Investigation

All accidents, due to human error, the environmental incident and major near misses are investigated by a team or an individual with training to find out the root cause of the accident.

If any incidents takes place during work or involving their employees or activities the Contractor must submit an investigation report to the Project Manager within 48 hours of an incident.

5.10 Emergency Response

The project put on view posters with emergency telephone numbers with locations of emergency facilities in noticeable locations. The following information will be provided:

Name of theNearest Hospital, its location and number

Physician name, location, and number

Dept. of Police. Location and number

Fire department location, name and number

Emergency responder (for environmental hazards) location,name, and number

Emergency medical services location, name, and number

Section- Preconstruction Phase

6.1 Risk Analysis and Safety Development

A site-specific HSE risk analysis shall be carried out before submission of construction RFPs. A risk check list will be prepared using the prebid risk analysis. The Project Manager leads the analysis to certifythe existing exposed things may impact the work, the workers, the surrounding facilities and, equipment or also the public at large. The analysis comprided of identify, prepare documents and some times taking photographs of items such as:

Any Overhead and also underground power lines

Utilities Sewere and water pipes

Existing structural interferences

Access ways for Cranes

Traffic - Scurity - Fences

Hazards related to water

Any Confined spaces

Any Potential for environmental spills/releases

Wastewater discharges

Emissions of Hazardeous gases

Controlling of Waste and hazardous materials

Damage to Environment or cultural resources

Risks due to underground buried items

Once the site risk analysis and high-risk activities are prepared it will be included in the request for proposals (RFPs), and tenderes must mention and describe their strategies to controls and mitigates in their proposals. The selected contractor must recognize and also control work-related hazards, worker's exposure and possible environmental incidents.

6.2 Prebid Meeting

Prebid meetings will be carried out to ensure that bidders be aware of the RFP. These meetings includes a discussion over the health, safety and environmental performance expectations. During this meeting, the Project Manager may use the Preconstruction HS &E, Review Checklist, and theProject Technical specifications and General Conditions .

6.3 Prequalification Review of Subcontractor

The procedure of Project procurement requires that each contractors should submit prequalification for evaluation. The Project Manager or The Project HS &E Manager will conducts the safety prequalification evaluation.

6.4 Preconstruction Meeting

The Project Manager will hold a meeting before construction,with the contractor. The meeting includes contractor representatives, the Project Manager, the HS & E manager, and representatives from entire construction disciplines. During the HS & E review, meeting participants will review HS &E concerns, the prebid risk analysis, and the competent person and site HSE requirements..

Table 6-1 - Preconstruction HS&E Meeting, Site-Specific Review, and Project Technical General Conditions Specification Review Form


Preconstruction HS&E Meeting

Project Technical and General Conditions Specification Review

Date:       Contractor Representative:       Phone:      

Project Location:      

Project R01 Project Manager:       Phone:      

Contractor Safety & Health Manager:       Phone:      

Project R01 Safety & Health Manager:       Phone:      

Contractor Environmental Manager:       Phone:      

Project R01 Environmental Manager:       Phone:      

This checklist helps to identify the work activities and programs in a preconstruction HS&E meeting. This list also includes items identified through the contractor review and high-risk activities identified through the project specification review.


Site-Specific Safety, Health and Environmental Plans      

HS&E Audits/Inspections      

Subcontractor Responsibilities      

Site Orientation Requirements      

Preconstruction HS&E Meeting/Date      

Crane Inspection Certification      

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (Work activities or work site requires hearing protection/using respirators/special

protective clothing/other)      

Public Exposure (Work activities or location requires special precautions to protect the public)      


Steel Erection (SENRAC Requirements)      


Powered Industrial Trucks, Fork Lifts      

Crane Work/Heavy Lifts, Rigging      

Work involving Hazardous Materials      

Electrical /Lockout - Tagout      

Aerial Lift Work - Scissor Lifts, Extendable Boom, etc.      

Scaffold Erection/Work      


Heavy Hauling      


Work Adjacent to Production Areas      

Site Security/Visitor Control/Public Areas      

Process Safety Management (PSM)      

Confined Space (Confined space entry is required)      

Welding and cutting (Acetylene/gas cutting, arc welding, soldering and brazing)      

Ladders (Portable ladder use is required)      

Traffic Control (Work is on or near highways, roads, or mass transit)      


Substance Abuse Screening      

Emergency Procedures      

Site Security      

Smoking Policy      

Medical Services Requirements      

Treatment Locations, Addresses, and/or Phone List      


Environmental Hazards      

Air Pollution/Emissions and required reporting      

Wastewater Discharges      

Drinking Water      

Management of Hazardous Materials and Hazardous and Solid Wastes      

Emergency Response to Spills and Releases Environmental Assessments      

Protected Ecological and Cultural Resources      

Specific Reports on Toxic or Hazardous Chemicals Usage and Storage (Required by Environmental Regulation)      

Materials to be Recycled      

Possibility of Buried Items Onsite (cultural artifacts, tanks, wastes, and ordinance) and what to do if encountered      

Environmental Regulatory Requirements      

Environmental Assets      

Resource Conservation/Sustainability      

Additional Notes/Comments:

























6.5Competent Person Submission Review

Project R01 and its contractors must identify the internation regulated and certified competent persons for work or tasks that require this level of proficiency. All the employees from the contractor must be competent and have certified by their competent supervisor.

6.6 Subcontractor Safety Plan Submission Review

All subcontractors must submit their project HS&E program to the Project R01 Project Manager for review and acceptance before commencing work. The Project Manager reviews the safety program for adequacy in accordance with the PSHEP.

6.6.1 Site contractor Health, Safety and Environmental Plans

At least 10 days prior work begins, each contractor must submit two copies of its HS&E program. The Project Manager and HS&E Manager will review the plan to make sure that it meets Project R01 requirements.

If a contractor needs assistance developing a HSE Plan, the Project HS&E Manager may assist them in prepareing the HSE plan.

The contractor safety plan must address atleast the following elements:

Responsibilities of their staff

HS&E Compliance

Communication Procedure

Hazard assessment

Hazard corrections

Risk of the environmental incidents

Control measures for prevention of environmental incident

Investigation of Incidents

Training and instruction

Handling of Records

Hazards Analyses Activity (AHA) including evaluation of environmental risks

Site employee HS&E orientation program.

Site Emergency Action Plan which includes list of key persons, with their phone numbers.

Site Medical Emergency Plan that lists qualified First Aid personnel by name and includes copies of their current certificates

List of key competent or qualified personnel by name and copy of current documentation identifying specific certified competency (e.g., scaffolding, excavations, fall protection)

Plan for site work like Fall protection,Trenching and Shoring,

Waste and hazardous material management (if applicable)

Control measures for stormwater and other wastewater discharges (if applicable)

Identification of risks for activities like spills, leaks etc.

Measures to address any other environmental regulatory requirements

Contractor task hazard and risk planning

Subcontractor weekly HS&E planning submission

Contractor daily task HS&E planning.

Section 7 - Construction Stage

7.1 Site Risk Analysis

Project Manager will lead a team to carry out risk analysis to identify hazards and risks before work commences. Main HS&E hazards or risks are listed below:

Confined spaces

Movement of heavy equipments like crane, rollers


Fall from heights


Worker health exposures against heat, gases etc.

Overhead and underground electrical and utilities.


Waste and hazardous materials.

Stormwater and wastewater discharges

Spills/releases of contaminants

Emissions of haradeous air

Environmental regulatory requirements.

7.2 Hazard Control Measures - Order of Precedence

Site HS&E hazards and risks will be controlled by following control measures:

Desiging / Engineerin to remove or minimize hazards. During design phase select appropriate features to remove thehazards or risk and provide it fail-safe or provide redundancy using backup components.

Guard the hazard. Hazards that cannot be remove by design must be reduced to lower level which would be within acceptable risk level like by guards or by isolation devices that provide them inactive.

Provide warnings. Hazards or risks that cannot be totally removed by design or guarding will be controlled by using a warning sign or alarm device.

Provide special procedures or training. When all above cannot remove hazards/risks, the contractors must develop procedures, the training, and the audits to ensure completion of work safely and environmentally compliant. When hazards is severe like life threatening Training cannot be a substitute for hazard elimination.

Personal protective equipment (PPE). In order, to protect workers from injury during workPPE shall be used. PPE, such as hard hats, gloves, safety shoes, eye protection, life jackets, and other protective equipment should of good quality not bulky or heavy otherwise it should be discarded.

7.3 Activity Hazards Analysis

Project R01 and its contractors will conduct an Activity Hazards Analyses for all features of the work.

Activity Hazards Analyses includes the following steps:

Recognize the task and break it down into various steps.

Recognize the hazards associated in each step.

Recognize the specific hazard control measure used in each step in accordance with the order-of-precedence method of control.

Project Managers will use the following list to determine the construction Activity Hazards Analyses for various high-hazard operations and critical tasks.

Premobilization inspection..

Traffic controls:

Material storage.

Material handling.

Heavy equipment controls

Fall protection.

Steel erection.

Personal protective equipment (PPE).

Employee training..

Confined spaces.

Crane operations.

Excavations and trenching..

Concrete formwork and placement

Process safety management..

Mechanical / electrical and piping..

7.4 Construction Site Inspection

The construction site inspection is a protocol designed to identify and correct unsafe acts or conditions in the scope of work conducted by either Project R01 or any contractor.

Project R01 Construction Manager, Field Engineer responsible for the work, or the Project Safety Manager must conduct regular construction safety inspections. The Project HS&E Manager maintains the original audit documentation on file.

The Construction Manager, Field Engineer, or HS&E Manager tours the work area and makes weekly observations and notes noncompliance on a weekly construction report. Items found to be out of fulfillment must be assigned corrective action and tracked to completion.

7.5 Weekly HS&E Site Inspections

The Project Manager or most senior onsite person conducts a weekly site walk using the weekly inspection check list(Table 6-1) to identify problem areas. Items found to be out of compliance must be assigned corrective action and tracked to completion.

Table 7-1 - Weekly HS&E Inspection Checklist

Project R01

Weekly SHE Inspection Checklist

Week Ending Date:      

Project Name      

Project Number:      


of Audito



Check each box during your inspection or indicate N/A. Substandard conditions found must be identified on the back of this checklist.


ctrical: temporary powe

r, circuits marked, GFC

protection, damaged co

ds, cords

rotected, correct outlets, and signage.

Environmental: Air emissions controlled, hazard com program, specific MSDS sheets, fuel signage, spillage dike, dust control, HAZMAT storage, and waste disposal.

Excavations: Guarded, Soil Condition, Trenching Controls, Blue Stake/Equivalent, Daily Inspections Subcontractor, and Proper Access.

Fire Safety: Extinguishers; Proper Size, Numbers, Proper Locations, Hose Stations, Hot Work Permit, Fuel Storage.

Framing Activities: Proper Positions, Monitor, Fall Protection, Housekeeping, Forklift Activity, Training, and Tool Use.

Guarding: Floors, Walls, Windows, Leading Edge, Roof, Elevator Shafts, Open Holes, Material, Quality, and Handrail

Housekeeping: Office, Walkways, Waste Material, Lay Down Yard, Grounds, and Subcontractor Areas, Food Debris.

Ladders: Height, Secured Top/ Bottom, Condition, Employee Position; Three Points of Contact.

Material Handling: Rigging, Material Condition, Training, Tasks, Proper Lifting, Wheel Barrows, Stacking/Storage.

Medical: First Aid Kits, Numbers Posted, Address Knowledge, Nearest Emergency Assistance, CPR/First Aid Training.

Mobile Equipment: Inspections, Condition, Backup Alarms, Leaks, Fuel Storage, Proper Parking, and Training.

PPE: Hearing, Head, Hand, Eye, Foot, Fall, Seatbelts, Respiratory,

Sanitary: Drinking Water, Toilets Clean and Adequate, Soap and Water for Washing

Scaffolds: Component Damage, Footing, Secured, Guardrail, Training, Inspections, Pins & Bracing, Planking, and Ladders.

Tools: Damage, Cords, Blades, Guards, Hoses, Handles, Switches, Training, Proper Use, Storage, Adequate.

Training: Forklift, Man Lift, Water Truck, Orientation, Task, Hazards, Power Tools, Scaffolds, and Trenching.

Welding: Hot Work Permit, PPE, Gas Checks, Confined Space, Tank Storage, Equipment Inspections, and Fire Protection

Miscellaneous: Any condition or behavior not identified on this checklist.




Improper or Inadequate Guarding


Substandard Housekeeping


Improper Wiring


Hazardous Environmental Cond


Defective Tools, Equipment, Substances


Radiation Exposures


Hazardous Arrangements


Congestion or Restricted Movement


Inadequate Illumination


Inadequate Warning System


Inadequate Ventilation


Fire & Explosive Hazard


Improper Personal Protective Equipment






Inadequate Engineering


Inadequate Leadership & Supervision


Normal Wear & Tear


Physical Incapacity


Inadequate Purchasing


Lack of Knowledge


Inadequate Maintenance


Improper Motivation


Inadequate Work Standards


Mental Incapacity







Class A: Likelihood of Death

Class B: Likelihood of Serious Injury

Class C: Likelihood of Minor Injury









Remedial Action(s)















7.6 HS&E Enforcement

Project R01 and its subcontractors enforce all applicable HS&E requirements of regional, federal, municipal, state, local, and all other regulations; and where applicable OSHA 1910 and 1926 and Engineering Manual (EM) 385.1, where applicable. Subcontractors must also comply with and enforce Project R01 site requirements.

Project R01 and its subcontractors must have written progressive disciplinary systems available for review in their Human Resources departments.

7.7 Notice of Violation of Safety and Health Regulations

The project has a formal Notice of Subcontractor Violation of HS&E Regulations Program to ensure that violations are issued as the result of an immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) situation, respiratory airborne hazards (RDLH), and/or when the subcontractor repeatedly fails to comply with HS&E requirements.

7.8 Competent First Aid Person

At least one competent person must be available at the work site at all times to provide First Aid. This person must be competent and certified from any of reputed First Aid training. First Aid supplies must be accessible for immediate use and in sufficient quantity to

Section - Safety Training

8.1 Project Safety Orientation

The Project R01 Project Manager, Safety Manager and site engineer conducts site orientation for all new Project R01 staff and contractor management personnel.

Orientation takes approximately one hour to complete and it includes and applicable to the client, Project R01 employees:

Following requirements will covered in the orientation:

Owner HS&E requirements

RTA Applicable and local regulations.

Project R01 and Contractor requirements

The Contractors must conduct related orientation for their staff and skilled employees and must keep all their records.

8.2 Zero Incident Techniques/StartTraining

The Project R01 corporate initiatives in safety, The managers and supervisors, including from the contractor personnel, must complete START training. Records of training completion are maintained by the Project Safety Manager and forwarded

8.3 Daily Huddle

Field engineers / supervisors will conduct daily HS&E brief meeting with employees to review the day's work and to remind the employees about HS&E work procedures. HS&E brief meeting will be informal and brief i.e. up to 5 minutes, and all employees must participate. Supervisors must clarify all employee's doubts.

Daily Planners such as Daily HSE planner (Table 8-1) enable supervisors and employees to formally document HS&E huddle participation as well as the day's activities. The daily safety huddle must be documents using either one of these forms or an alternate means of documentation to be determined by the Project Manager. Supervisors can distribute planners during HS&E huddles. Planners engage employees and improve the effectiveness of the safety huddle meeting.

Table 8-1 - Daily HS&E Planner

Project R01

Daily HS&E Planner

Personal Safety & Health Planner for Your Daily HS&E Huddle

Employee Name:      


Employee Number:      



Location of Work:      

Work Description:      

Employee Planning Checklist

Complete the checklist for each new work operation. Check the "YES" box for those items needed to safely perform your work. All boxes marked "YES" should be properly addressed before the work operation begins.

Employee Daily Work Area Assessment

All conditions must be satisfied in order to start or continue working. Formally check your work area at least four times a day and at the start of teach new work operation. Report all problems to your supervisor.

Personal Protective Equipment PPE



Hard Hat/Safety Glasses

Face Shield

Goggles - Cutting, Chemical, Dust

Hearing Protection      


Gloves - Type      

Clothing - Type      

Foot Protection      


Special Equipment



Harness/Double Lanyards/Decelerator Device

Air Monitor

Tripod/Rescue Devices


Fire Extinguishers

Electrical Insulating Materials, Blankets, Tools, Gloves

Chemical/Oil Spill Kits

Communication Devices - Radios, Horns

Employee Planning Checklist (Contd)

Environmental Issues



Resource Conservation/Sustainability

Air Pollution/Emissions

Wastewater Discharges

Drinking Water

Management of Hazardous Materials and Hazardous and Solid Wastes

Emergency Response to Spills and Releases

Environmental Assessments

Buried Items

Protected Ecological and Cultural Resources

Specific Reports (Required by Environmental Regulation) on Toxic or Hazardous Chemicals Usage and Storage


Work Permits



Activity Hazards Analysis

Trench and Excavation Notice

Confined Space Permit

Welding and Cutting Permit

Crane and Hoist Lift Plan

Crane Suspended Work Platform


Tagging Procedure




Lockout and/or Tagout














A means of safe access and egress is provided to my work area.

My work area is clean and organized.

I have the tools and equipment necessary to perform my work.

My work area has adequate lighting.

I know how to, and have the means available, to summon emergency assistance.

I have a copy of, or have been trained on, the MSDS for the hazardous material I am working with.

The equipment I am working on, or working in, has been properly tagged out/ locked out, cleaned, vented, and drained, as well as stored energy released as required.

My work operation is properly controlled so that other workers will not be adversely affected by dust, fumes, sparks, slag, welding flash, floor holes, fall hazards, falling objects, overhead loads, slippery surfaces, etc.

I have performed an act of safety.

I have the necessary training to safely perform my work.

I will not be handling liquid chemicals, fuels, etc. and do not need spill response equipment and supplies; or I have the materials and know how to get assistance if needed.

I will not be discharging any wastewater or stormwater from my work area.

The work I am doing is not covered by an environmental permit.

I do not generate any chemical wastes as part of work.

I have the authority to stop unsafe operations!

Supervisor's Safety & Health Audit





















Safety, Health, and Environmental Suggestions:


8.4 Weekly Toolbox HS&E Meetings

Project R01 and its contractors will conduct toolbox safety meetings in the beginning of each week. The main aim of this meeting will be about upcoming work and may also include reviews of recent incidents. The Project HS&E Manager prepare the toolbox training content, the attendance and he will retains all records.

8.5 Activity Hazards Analysis Training

When the Activity Hazards Analysis is complete, the Project R01 engineer or contractor will conducts a training with all employees involved with the task. Employees will be given an opportunity to provide input regarding task steps, to identify hazards, and appropriate control measures.

The Project Safety Manager documents and maintains the Activity Hazards Analyses.

8.6 Regulatory Training Programs

Regional, municipal, local, and OSHA regulations require specific training in certain state of affairs.

Based on the scope of work and meetings with regulatory officials, training will provided on the the selected employee of the project:

General provisions

First Aid

Emergency response

Respiratory protection


Process safety management

Powder-operated hand tools

Gas welding and cutting

Confined spaces


Fire Safety

Hazard communication

The Project Safety Manager organizes this training. Instructors are typically Project R01' HS&E experts certified in the topics they instruct.

Section - Recordkeeping and Posting

Project R01 and its contractors must fulfill with the recordkeeping requirements of the project or regional regulations, Project R01 Corporation, including:

Medical treatment and followup of their staffs

Cranes certificates (lifting capacity, vehicle passing etc.)

Heavy equipment inspection logs (vehicle passing, their capacities etc.)

Fall protection from heights

Training to staffs

Safety Inspections


Others, as required depending upon the situations

Project R01 HS&E Manager is the official record keeper for files relating to this Project R01 employees. Each contractor maintains thier own files.

Section - HEALTH & Safety Requirements

This section represents regional, municipal, owner, and Project R01 corporate regulations and requirements applicable to the project. Based on the recent risk assessments, the Project R01 Project Manager and Project Safety Manager update the listed topics from time to time.

RTA is committed to be the legislative authority to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain integrated solutions of road systems and land/marine transportation networks for Dubai, U.A.E., while striving to prevent cases of workplace injury and illness and to preserve and enhance our cultural resources and unique sense of place.

RTA shall work to integrate Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) consideration into its strategic planning and adopt feasible, lower impact alternatives and mitigation measures in its business decisions during the complete construction, operation and maintenance of road systems and which it is the designated Regulatory Authority in Dubai, U.A.E.

Health and Safety risks and Environmental impacts associated with Dubai road systems and land/marine transportation networks development and operations shall be reduced to levels which are "As Low As Reasonably Practicable"(ALARP).

Dubai road systems and land transportation networks shall be engineered to ensure that operation and maintenance activities will incorporate safeguarding of Health and Safety at work and the protection and improvement of the Environment. This includes reduction of waste, the conservation of natural resources and energy, prevention of pollution, through proficient management and by adopting leading practices where appropriate. (Sourced from RTA HSE Policy.

Project R01 and its contractors are individually responsible for training and implementing their employees and for complying with all project requirements. Failure to fulfill would lead to disciplinary actions against Project R01 employees and Contractors or their employees.

Section - References

OSHA ( Occupational Safety and Health Standards)

RTA (Road Transportion and Authority, UAE)

PMP Report ( Heriot Watt University)