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ELW Designer's Hazard Checklist Elimination Schedule Rev 1

Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Designer's Hazard Checklist and Hazard Elimination Management Schedule General Note: During the design stages of a project, designers are required to maintain a Hazard Elimination and Management Schedule (part B of this procedure). The Schedule ' records the various significant (high risk). hazards identified by the designer(s) and, where they have been able, details of how they have been eliminated. It is recognised that not every Hazard can be designed out' and therefore the Schedule will also be used to record the residual risks of which the designer(s) are aware. The Schedule provides an audit trail of the design process and may also be used as evidence in the event that a designer is required to defend his or her actions in any HSE investigation. Copies of parts A and B should be passed to all members of the project team, especially the CDM Co-ordinator.

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1 Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Designer's Hazard Checklist and Hazard Elimination Management Schedule General Note: During the design stages of a project, designers are required to maintain a Hazard Elimination and Management Schedule (part B of this procedure). The Schedule ' records the various significant (high risk). hazards identified by the designer(s) and, where they have been able, details of how they have been eliminated. It is recognised that not every Hazard can be designed out' and therefore the Schedule will also be used to record the residual risks of which the designer(s) are aware. The Schedule provides an audit trail of the design process and may also be used as evidence in the event that a designer is required to defend his or her actions in any HSE investigation. Copies of parts A and B should be passed to all members of the project team, especially the CDM Co-ordinator.

2 To facilitate the design process, further guidance can be found in the Industry Guidance for Designers document Part A: Designer's Hazard Checklist Project Title: Edge Lane West Job No: 1001145. Design Discipline: General Prepared By: A Fraser rd Date prepared: 23 June 2009. Notes: 1. This section of the procedure includes a list of potential hazards pertaining to a wide range of situations which may occur across Mouchel activities. Where particular categories do not ordinarily affect an individual business unit, Part A may be edited to more accurately reflect the work carried out. 2. An individual item or a whole section (by ticking the heading) can be noted as not applicable showing you have considered the Hazard area and judged it to be not applicable. 3. The list of potential hazards is not exhaustive, and all sections can be added to, or additional sections added, as required. Reference to the Approved Code of Practice may be helpful.

3 4. All items considered by the designer as having a potential high risk must be addressed on the Hazard Elimination Management Schedule '. Low risk activities can also be included if considered appropriate. Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -1- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Risk (without Designer's Elimination /. Potential Hazards Arising From: management measures). Low- NO High Comments Not Ref: Action Action Applicable Required NEEDED. 1. Existing Environment Existing buildings X. Previous/existing land/ structures X. Roadways Railways Water course Ground conditions: Contamination X. Ground water Instability Mineral / mine workings X. Access restrictions Adjacent properties X. Concurrent site activities X. Interface with the public X. Occupied premises X.

4 Structural instability X. Fragile materials Hazardous materials X. Land use X. Traffic X. Others (insert as necessary). 2. Existing Services Underground X. Electrical Gas Water Telecommunications Others (insert as necessary). Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -2- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Overhead Services Electrical Telecommunications X. Others (insert as necessary). 3. Earthworks Deep excavations X. Slope / ground stability X. Ground water / water courses Plant movements X. Interface with services (refer 2). Contamination (ground / water) (refer ). Adjacent structures (refer ). Others (insert as necessary). 4. Foundations Adjacent buildings/structures X. Deep excavations X. Plant movements X. Interface with services X. Contamination (ground / water) X.

5 Ground water Confined spaces Piling: Noise Vibration Contamination Plant Grouting: Drilling work Dust Pollution Stability of structure Others (insert as necessary). 5. Services Installation Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -3- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Excavations X. Ground water Ground conditions Existing services X. Testing operations X. Lifting operations X. Adjacent structures / activities X. Maintenance X. Contamination X. Others (insert as necessary). 6. Drainage Works Excavations X. Ground water Ground conditions Confined spaces X. Leptospirosis / Weils disease X. Existing services X. Manual handling X. Lifting operations Maintenance X. Sewage X. Traffic X. Contamination (ground / water) X. Hepatitis B / Tetanus X. Others (insert as necessary).

6 7. Highways X. Traffic management Adjacent traffic Construction materials X. Structural works X. Adjacent structures X. Noise Vibration Dust Manual Handling Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -4- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Others (insert as necessary). 8. Steelwork Construction Working at height X. Lifting operations Temporary stability Connections Unusual sequence Materials, eg paints Consideration of future maintenance X. Others (insert as necessary). 9. Concrete Construction X. Working at height Plant restrictions Lifting operations Noise Vibration Temporary instability Pre/post tensioning Materials Maintenance Joints (scabbling should not be undertaken). Others (insert as necessary). 10. Masonry Construction Manual handling X. Lifting operations X.

7 Materials X. Temporary stability X. Working at height X. Dust X. Durability X. Catastrophic collapse Others (insert as necessary). 11. Timber Construction X. Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -5- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Materials Working at height Temporary stability Lifting operations Manual handling Fire Dust Others (insert as necessary). 12. Cladding X. Lifting operations Manual handling Maintenance / cleaning Others (insert as necessary). 13. Glazing X. Manual handling Lifting operations Cleaning / maintenance Others (insert as necessary). 14. Mechanical/Electrical Systems Access X. Existing services X. Manual handling X. Materials / substances X. Confined spaces Pressure systems Testing operations X. Fixings X. Working at height X. Maintenance X.

8 Others (insert as necessary). 15. Railway Activities X. Train movements Overhead lines Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -6- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Electrified track Underground services Adjacent structures Ground stability Contamination Others (insert as necessary). 16. Demolition of Existing Structures Services X. Adjacent / adjoining structures X. Materials: Hazardous ie asbestos X. fragile Working at height X. Temporary stability X. Pre/post tensioning Noise X. Vibration X. Dust X. Effect on usage of demolition materials X. Others (insert as necessary). Future Demolition / decommissioning of 17. X. new structure/installation Unusual sequence Pre/post tensioned element Materials Adjacent/adjoining structure Temporary stability Contamination during usage of demolition material.

9 Others (insert as necessary). Maintenance and Operation of Facility /. 18. Structure etc Access Safety equipment Testing / inspection Procedure Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -7- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Contamination during usage of demolition material. Others (insert as necessary). 19. Use of the structure as a workplace Yes No Does the proposed use of the structure /. premises include the intention for it to be X. made available to any person as a place of work If yes; the design and materials used must take in to account the provisions of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare). Regulations 1992. Edge Lane West Highways and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack (Vol 2 Rev 0) -8- Edge Lane West Highway and Environmental Improvement Scheme Pre-Construction Information Pack Part B: Hazard Elimination Management Schedule Project Title: Edge Lane West Job No.

10 : 1001145. Design Discipline: Highway - General Prepared By: A Fraser Checked By: M Athmanathan * Persons at Risk: (1) Construction workers, (2) Members of the Public, (3) Maintenance workers ** Action by: CDM Co-ordinator include in the Pre-Construction Information document Principal Contractor manage risk during the construction phase Other designer take into consideration when preparing their designs Client pass information to designers / CDM Co-ordinator Action Persons at Design Measures taken, or being Date Information on the Residual Required Ref. Activity Hazard Risk taken to eliminate or reduce the Issue Risk by: * Hazard Raised **. Construction work Conflict between site 1,2 Traffic Management principles, Principal contractor to develop June Principal within the existing operatives and plant, discussed at length during the design of TM layouts to complement his Contractor 2009.


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