Safety Risk Assessment Hand and Electric equipment Tools


The safety risk assessment to identify the hazard during the construction work using hand tools and Electronic equipment tools following the safety rules. The dangerous of different hand and electric tools to identify and control or minimize the risk. Measuring the risk level by identifying the harms.

Safety Risk Assessment Electric power equipment and hand tools

Risk Assessment using hand tools and Electric power Equipment 

Following the hand tools and electric power equipment

Use of Hand Tools during the Construction work

Hazard Identification

  1. Tools left lying or scattered around.
  2. Hammerhead loosely fixed on the handle.
  3. Falling tools and materials
  4. Mushroom headed hand tools

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

  1. Tripping or tumbling over tools, causing cuts, broken bones and sprains.
  2. Cuts to hands.
  3. Injury & material damage from falling tools and materials.
  4. Minor to major injuries.

Control measure and prevention

  1. When not in use all hand tools must be stored or kept in a safe and orderly manner.
  2. Tools shall be held in tool boxes or adequate containers to prevent the tripping hazard.
  3. Damaged tools must be repaired or replaced.
  4. a)All hand tools must be in good condition and checked before use regularly.
  5. b)Ensure that burred edges on cold chisels are ground off.
  6. c)Suitable gloves must be worn.

Risk Level before and after

  • Medium: Before the prevention and control.
  • Low: After the prevention and control. 

Using Electrically Powered Equipment’s and Tools

Hazard Identification

  1. Electrocution
  2. Misuse of Tools
  3. Malfunctioning and breakdown
  4. Use of incorrect, defective and poorly maintained power tool.
  5. Flying metal fragments.

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

  1. Burns
  2. Cuts, lacerations and severe injury from misuse, malfunctioning, and breakdown of tools.
  3. Minor to major bodily injuries or death.
  4. Injury due to improperly secured grinder disc.
  5. Injury due to defective disc leading to disc shattering.
  6. Injury and fatality.
  7. Eye injury or injury to body parts.

Control measure and prevention

  1. Use 110V tools only.
  2. Appropriate instruction and awareness on the use of electrical powered tools.
  3. Only qualified electricians must install, maintain and repair electrically powered tools.
  4. Trailing electrical leads must be fixed in an overhead position or alternatively suitably protected.
  5. All electrically operated tools must be center tapped to earth, and they are checked regularly and serviced.
  6. Use chuck keys to change attachments, ‘Do Not Improvise.'
  7. Tighten the disc with the right tool for the grinding machines.
  8. Check disc for signs of excessive wear or tear, replace if required.
  9. All equipment should be well maintained (schedule preventive maintenance).  Regular inspection by supervisor/foreman & user before use.
  10. Use suitable personal protective equipment.

Risk Level before and after

  • High: Before the prevention and control.
  • Low: After the prevention and control. 



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HowGear: Safety Risk Assessment Hand and Electric equipment Tools
Safety Risk Assessment Hand and Electric equipment Tools
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