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Vehicle related incident o Unannounced activity Date Time Location Details of incident/accident Did you inspect the area? o Yes o No What was the evidence? What action did you take? Contact detail of the person involved Name Tel Residential address Post code Detail of injuries & treatment First aid officer requested Yes No Name of the officer Ambulance requested Yes No Did the person go to the hospital Yes No Tel Name of the hospital Detail of damage/other Were police called? Did they attend Name of the police officer? Contact station Tel Reported to staff Name Date Time Additional
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information Risk Assessment of CBE Company Company Name…………………………….. Date……………………. Location………………………………………
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Hazar ds Is th e h az ar ds pr ev e nt Y/ N W h a t i s t h e ri s k Ri sk Ra tin g H= hig h M = m edi u m L=l ow Control s (When all control s are in place risk will be reduce d W h o m i g h t b e h a r m e d Pers on respo nsibl e Slip and fall Y F a ll d o w n M Keeping the floor dry through out the proper cleaning W o r k e r s a n d v i s i t o r s Mana geme nt Falls from heigh t Y D e a t h o r i n j u r y H Set the scaffoldi ng properly and using the machine ry for lifting work W o r k e r s Mana geme nt Manu al handl ing Y I n j u ri e s M Using machine ries or handle the in proper method. w o r k e r s Mana geme nt Noise Y H e a ri n g p r o b l e L Using ear peck while using machine ry. W o r k e r s a n d Mana geme nt
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Risk assessment- Excavation
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Haz ards Is W ha t is th e ris k Ris k Ra tin g H= hig h M= me diu m L=l ow Contro ls (When all control s are in place risk will be reduce d W ho mi gh t be ha rm ed Person respon sible Fall into tren che s or exc avat ion Y Fa ll do w n an d inj uri es M Fencin g the excav ation or coveri ng with yellow tape W or ke rs an d vis ito rs Manag ement Trip pin g ove r ( eq uip men t, deb ris and soil) Y Inj uri es or ac ci de nt M Provid e securit y man. Allow to work them with proper instruc tion W or ke rs, an d vis ito rs Manag ement Falli ng mat erial s on wor kers Y M Allow to work and give instruc tion worker s, machi ne operat ors W or ke rs Manag ement Elec tric cabl es in exc avat ion Y C ur re nt sh oc k M Provid e PPE and check cables and other W or ke rs Manag ement Sha rp edg e Y Fa ll do w n int o ex ca va tio n M If neces sary provid e slope for trench es W or ke rs an d vis ito rs Manag ement Haz ard Br ea M Provid e PPE w or Manag ement
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