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INSTALLATION OF SIGNBOARD

ROSANEE BT RAHADI (2014484076)


NURUL ATIKAH BT IBRAHIM (2014806728)
NURDIANA BT MOHD SHAHARUDDIN (2014443108)
TABLE 1: JOB/ TASK LIST TABLE
No. Task/Work Activity Hazard Risk Existing Risk Recommended Control
Control Measures
1. Screwing board using -Cordless -Cut NIL PPE:
cordless screwdriver screwdriver Wear glove, goggle and proper
-Vibration attire

2. Cutting the steel using -Cutter -Cut PPE (glove) Administrative control:
steel cutter machine machine Supervision- to assist workers in
-Vibration identifying possible hazards and
evaluating work procedures
-Spark -Blind

-Electricity -Fatal Engineering control:


-Electrical Absorption- baffles can block or
shock absorb noise

-Noise -Deaf

3. Lifting down the -Weight -Fatal PPE (glove) Administrative control:


cement block using -Broken Job rotation- can reduce the
crane arm/leg time that workers are exposed to
a hazard
-Dust -Asthma
-Eye injury
PPE:
Wear safety helmet and mask
4. Welding the steel using -Height -Fatal PPE (glove & Administrative control:
welding torch -Paralyzed safety helmet Training- initial training on
-Broken ) safe work procedure and
arm/leg refresher training should be
offered
-Spark -Blind
-Burned skin PPE:
Wear body harness and
-Cable cord -Fatal proper attire
-Electrical
shock

5. Lifting the signboard base -Wet floor -Coma PPE (safety Administrative control:
manually -Broken helmet & Housekeeping- kept the place
arm/leg glove) clean and well maintained

6. Pulling the cement block -Weight -Broken PPE (gloves) Administrative control:
by using hand pallet truck leg/arm Job rotation- can reduce the
-Back pain time that workers are
exposed to a hazard
7. Lifting the letter board -Wind -Fatal NIL NIL
using crane -Weight -Broken
arm/leg
-Paralyzed

8. Climbing the stairs -Height -Broken PPE (glove) PPE:


arm/leg Wear safety helmet and
proper attire
TABLE 2: LIKELIHOOD

Value Likelihood Description


1 Improbable So unlikely, it can be consumed that it
will not occur
2 Remote Unlikely but possible
3 Occasional Likely to occur
4 Probable Will occur several times
5 Frequently Likely to occur frequently
TABLE 3: CONSEQUENCES AND
SEVERITY

Value Consequences /Severity Description


1 Negligible Will not cause injury or illness
2 Minor injury May cause minor injury or illness
3 Major injury May cause serious injury or illness
4 Fatal May cause death
TABLE 4:RISK MATRIX TABLE
Probability Severity
1 2 3 4
1 1 2 3 4
2 2 4 6 8
3 3 6 9 12
4 4 8 12 16
5 5 10 15 20
TABLE 5:LIKELIHOOD VS SEVERITY
Probability/likelihood

Value Improbable Remote Occasional Probable Frequently


Severity/consequences

1 2 3 4 5
Negligible 1 1 2 3 4 5
Minor injury 2 2 4 6 8 10
Major injury 3 3 6 9 12 15
Fatal 4 4 8 12 16 20
Risk Level

High 15-20

Medium 5-12

Low 1-4
TABLE 6:LIKELIHOOD VS SEVERITY
Table 6.pdf
1. From the table, screwing board using cordless screwdriver are at medium risk which is 8.
This is because the hazards cause the minor injury but will occur several times.

2. For cutting the steel using steel cutter machine, the risk value is 12 which is in medium
range. This is because the hazards cause the major injury and will occur several times.

3. Next, for lifting down the cement block using crane, it is at medium risk which is 8. this is
because the hazards cause minor injury but likely to occur several times.

4. Then, welding the steel using welding torch are at medium risk which is 9. This is because
the hazards cause serious injury but occurred occasionally.

5. After that, lifting the signboard base manually are at medium risk which is 6. This is because
the hazards cause major injury. It is unlikely to occur but possible.

6. For lifting the letter board by using crane, the risk value is 8 which is in medium range. This
is because the hazards cause the fatality that unlikely to occur, but possible.

7. Lastly, climbing the stairs is in medium range which risk value is 6. This is because the task
cause minor injury and occurred occasionally.
TABLE 7: THE TASKS RANKS
RISK DESCRIPTION ACTION
15-20 High A HIGH risk requires immediate action to control the hazard
as detailed in the hierarchy of control. Actions taken must be
documented on the risk assessment form including date for
completion.

5-12 Medium A MEDIUM risk requires a planned approach to controlling


the hazard and applies temporary measure if required.
Actions taken must be documented on the risk assessment
form including date for completion.

1-4 Low A risk identified as LOW may be considered as acceptable and


further reduction may not be necessary. However, if the risk
can be resolved quickly and efficiently, control measures
should be implemented and recorded.
SAFE OPERATING PROCEDURE (SOP)

Standard operation procedure.docx


REFERENCES
1. Welding of stainless steel (2001). British stainless steel association. Retrieved from
http://www.bssa.org.uk/cms/File/SSAS6.51-Welding%20of%20Stainless%20Steel.pdf

2. Welding procedure guide (2008). CWB Group- Industry service. Retrieved from
file:///C:/Users/SZ%20it/Downloads/weldingprocedurepreparation.pdf