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H&S Presentation . Anticipating Hazards. AnnMarie Spexet, P.E.. H&S Committee. South Central Region. H&S Presentations available on the EWB Website. Construction H&S *. Travel Health and Medicine *. ID: 300368

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Engineers Without BordersH&S Presentation

Anticipating Hazards

AnnMarie Spexet, P.E.

H&S Committee

South Central Region

Slide2

H&S Presentations available on the EWB Website

Construction H&S *

Travel Health and Medicine *

Security *

Writing the H&S plan

Anticipating Hazards

* On EWB-USA Website

Slide3

Purpose of the HASP Document

Think about the hazards associated with their project and how to minimize them

Distribute the information to the other project team members before they sign waivers and travel

Emergency

procedures

Demonstrate an understanding of H&S issues in the TAC review. The reviewer must have confidence that the project can and will be safely executed on site

Slide4

Purpose of the HASP Document

Think about the hazards associated with the project and how to minimize them

Distribute the information to the other project team members before they sign waivers and travel

Emergency

procedures

Demonstrate an understanding of H&S issues in the TAC review. The reviewer must have confidence that the project can and will be safely executed on site

Slide5

Task Hazards(From the HASP template)

Noise

and Hearing Conservation

Inclement

Weather

Heat

Stress

Cold

Stress

Foot

Care

Confined

Space

Hot

Work

Manual

Lifting and Handling of Heavy Objects

Rough

Terrain

Housekeeping

Structural

Hazards

Remote

Areas

Working

over or near water

Traffic

and Vehicles

Heavy

Equip Operation

Working

at Elevation and Fall Protection

Ladders

Shoring

and Trenching

Hazardous

Materials Use and Storage

Demolition

Active

and Abandoned Utilities and Landmines

Electrical

Safety

Hand

and Power Hand Tools

Hand

and Emergency Signals

Lock

Out Tag Out

Biological

Hazards

Hazardous

Materials

Clearing

Grubbing and Logging

Falling

Objects, Punctures and Abrasions

Silica

Slide6

Project 1

Project:

Assessing for Water

distribution

system

Location:

rural northern Mexico

Scope:

Surveying a pipeline run, water quality testing on a river

Timeframe

:

1 month in December

Additional information:

Chapter is planning to drive to the site

Slide7

Task Hazards

Noise and Hearing Conservation Inclement Weather Heat Stress Cold Stress Foot Care Confined Space Hot Work Manual Lifting and Handling of Heavy Objects Rough Terrain Housekeeping Structural Hazards Remote Areas Working over or near water Traffic and Vehicles Heavy Equip Operation Working at Elevation and Fall Protection Ladders Shoring and Trenching Hazardous Materials Use and Storage Demolition Active and Abandoned Utilities and Landmines Electrical Safety Hand and Power Hand Tools Hand and Emergency Signals Lock Out Tag Out Biological Hazards Hazardous Materials Clearing Grubbing and Logging Falling Objects, Punctures and Abrasions Silica

Slide8

Additional Notes

Dangers on the US/Mexico border. Potentially traveling through high risk areas. Have they consulted

International SOS (11BCPA000270)

US State Department

http://travel.state.gov

aspexet@gmail.com

Slide9

A few more words aboutTransportation

Every EWB team uses some form of transportation

EWB Highly recommends that the Team do not drive themselves

The

driving standards and rules of the road vary greatly around the world.

Traffic

accidents are one of the leading causes of injury in the developing world.

No

driving at dusk or at night

Check

state of vehicle, lights, brakes, tread on tires, seats for everyone, belts a bonus, no riding in the backs of pickup trucks or on motorcycles

Slide10

Project 2

Project:

Installing Solar panels on schoolhouse

Location

: Rural Cambodia

Scope:

8 panels with lights and computer inside the

school

Timeframe

:

2

weeks in June

Additional information: Chapter members will be doing most of the implementation, but teaching the

locals how to maintain the system

Slide11

Task Hazards

Noise and Hearing Conservation Inclement Weather Heat Stress Cold Stress Foot Care Confined Space Hot Work Manual Lifting and Handling of Heavy Objects Rough Terrain Housekeeping Structural Hazards Remote Areas Working over or near water Traffic and Vehicles Heavy Equip Operation Working at Elevation and Fall Protection Ladders Shoring and Trenching Hazardous Materials Use and Storage Demolition Active and Abandoned Utilities and Landmines Electrical Safety Hand and Power Hand Tools Hand and Emergency Signals Lock Out Tag Out Biological Hazards Hazardous Materials Clearing Grubbing and Logging Falling Objects, Punctures and Abrasions Silica

Slide12

Additional Notes

What is the roof made of?

A

re they prepared to work on that structure?

fall protection, structural issues on the roof, working at height, ladders

Wind concerns when lifting panels

up

All electrical hazards, grounding, etc.

Chemical hazards from

batteries

Have they looked for best practices standards from industry groups like NABCEP?

Cambodia

still has

a major land mine issue in rural areas

. Are they aware of that?

Slide13

Project 3

Project: Footbridge across river

Location

: Semirural

Uganda

Scope:

Footbridge design from Bridges to Prosperity

Timeframe: 2 month implementation – July/August

Additional

information: Hired local construction manager, and community will be providing much of the labor

Slide14

Task Hazards

Noise

and Hearing Conservation

Inclement

Weather

Heat

Stress

Cold

Stress

Foot

Care

Confined

Space

Hot

Work

Manual

Lifting and Handling of Heavy Objects

Rough

Terrain

Housekeeping

Structural

Hazards

Remote

Areas

Working

over or near water

Traffic

and Vehicles

Heavy

Equip Operation

Working

at Elevation and Fall Protection

Ladders

Shoring

and Trenching

Hazardous

Materials Use and Storage

Demolition

Active

and Abandoned Utilities and Landmines

Electrical

Safety

Hand

and Power Hand Tools

Hand

and Emergency Signals

Lock

Out Tag Out

Biological

Hazards

Hazardous

Materials

Clearing

Grubbing and Logging

Falling

Objects, Punctures and Abrasions

Silica

Slide15

Additional Notes

Did the team discuss safety management with construction manager?

Will the locals have adequate PPE during construction?

Slide16

Project 4

Project: Latrine Construction

Location: rural Bolivian mountains

Scope:

15

hand dug pit latrines

Timeframe: 2 weeks

in

April

Additional information: Community is assisting on construction

Slide17

Task Hazards

Noise and Hearing Conservation Inclement Weather Heat Stress Cold Stress Foot Care Confined Space Hot Work Manual Lifting and Handling of Heavy Objects Rough Terrain Housekeeping Structural Hazards Remote Areas Working over or near water Traffic and Vehicles Heavy Equip Operation Working at Elevation and Fall Protection Ladders Shoring and Trenching Hazardous Materials Use and Storage Demolition Active and Abandoned Utilities and Landmines Electrical Safety Hand and Power Hand Tools Hand and Emergency Signals Lock Out Tag Out Biological Hazards Hazardous Materials Clearing Grubbing and Logging Falling Objects, Punctures and Abrasions Silica

Slide18

Additional Notes

High altitude

acclimation. Have they budgeted time for that?

The schedule is very ambitious… Are adequate rest periods scheduled?

How deep are the pits going to be?

What

type of soil is this

?

Shoring

or sloping necessary?

Fall protection issues – How will they mark the pits at

night

Digging in excavations – foot and head protection


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