Lifting materials Mechanical and manual Safety Risk Assessment

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Hazard Identification lifting materials.

The hazard and following the safety rules to identify and risk assessment lifting materials to the height manually and lifting of materials using Mechanical Lifting of Materials such as the use of mobile cranes and tower cranes.

Lifting materials safety risk assessment

Lifting Materials using Mechanical method mobile and tower crane

Hazard Identification

  1. The lifting of panels/brackets.
  2. Lifting material from the high level and falling over.
  3. Defective equipment or lifting gears.
  4. Improper lifting practices.
  5. Loose and defective slinging.
  6. Mobile crane on uncompacted to the ground
  7. Lifting load of unknown weight.
  8. High wind causing loss of control of the load.
  9. Incorrect use of a crane or poor operating standards.

Risk harm identification using Crane (Why, who, When, What, How, and Where )

  1. The dropping of loads causes damage to materials and severe injury to operatives.
  2. Defective crane and hoist resulting injury to personnel and damage to property.
  3. Serious bodily injuries, crushing, fatality.
  4. Tip over of the crane and serious injury to drivers and other people working around. 

Control measure and prevention using crane

Monitoring and minimizing the risk with discipline, Control, PPE, Isolate, Eliminate and Reduce.

  1. All the lifting appliances and lifting gears should be tested/ examined and certified by the 3rd party once in every 12 & 6 months respectively, approved by the local municipality. The certificate should be obtained & kept as the record.
  2. Check the safe working load indicator and the load radius indicator.
  3. Ensure that outriggers are in correct position.(In case of Mobile Crane)
  4. A competent rigger/signaler should always be present.
  5. Strict supervision with adequate instructions
  6. The ground should be compacted to support the crane and the load it carries.
  7. Only trained, certified and the skilled operator should operate the cranes.
  8. Stop work if high wind or sandstorm prevails.
  9. Only trained slingers and signalers shall be allowed to give signals to the crane operator.
  10. The slinger/signaller must always be in attendance.  No lifting may take place without Riggers.
  11. All slings should be in good condition and tested for their load capacity by a third party once in every six months.

Risk Level before and after

  • Measurement of the Risk Level before High
  • Measure of the Risk Level after applying control: Low

Manual Lifting of Materials at height and safety risk assessment

Hazard Identification

  1. The lifting of heavy objects.
  2. Materials of sharp edges.
  3. Lifting material on the high-level roof.
  4. Repeated and prolong heavy lifting.

Risk harm identification manually (Why, who, When, What, How, and Where )

  1. Back injury, foot injury, disc slips or a hernia due to incorrect posture and lifting technique, lifting hefty load and repeated/prolong heavy lifting.
  2. Dropped loads due to injury resulting body injury or damage to material or equipment.
  3. Minor injuries.

Control measure and prevention using manual method

Monitoring and minimizing the risk with discipline, Control, PPE, Isolate, Eliminate and Reduce.
  1. Training &r instruction should be given on the correct manual handling techniques.
  2. Lift materials only to the individual capacity.
  3. Reduce the long lifting of heavy materials by occasional pause or respite from the load. 
  4. Use proper hand gloves.
  5. Use body protection if necessary.

Risk Level before and after

  • Measurement of the Risk Level before Medium
  • Measure of the Risk Level after applying control: Low

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