Risk Assessment For Temporary Services l

   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

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Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




Delivering,  

unloading and  

storing of PVC  

Pipe/cable and  

fittings using  

pickup and  

unloading by  

manual handling 

Plant and  

Traffic  

movement 

∙ Run over by  

vehicles/plants 

∙ Hit by reversing  equipment 

∙ Overhead  

obstructions 

∙ Vehicle break  down  

∙ Property  

damage  

∙ Collision with  other vehicles  

∙ Personal injury

Operatives  

Staff/visitors

12 

Med 

1. Delivery/ collection drivers shall be subject to McLaren induction/Training with regards to  traffic management. 

2. Ensure exclusion zone is set up around the  preparation work area and all plant  

movement and checked by supervisor 

3. Always use the pedestrian access provided 4. Traffic light batons shall be provided for  banks man at night 

5. All plant to have a fully trained banks man  present all times. 

6. No plant to reverse without banks man. 7. Ensure access route are sufficient and safe to use. 

8. Do not take rest in or under vehicles  9. Proper barricade and safety signboard  provided on open excavation  

10.All vehicles must be fitted with reverse alarm / Flashing light. 

11.The work place and all access to be well  illuminated. 

12.Enforce Speed limit  

13.Ensure all vehicles entering the site is properly maintained and reported if found any defect 

14.Ensure materials are secured/tied in pallet

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Site Eng. 

Supervisor,  

Foreman, 



   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 



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trolley to avoid fall from trolley.

         

2

Manual Handling

1 Improper  

Manual Handling  technique  

2 Wrong Posture  3 Poor visibility  

4 Lack of access &  egress  

5 Back aches  

6 Slippery surfaces 

Operatives 

involved in work

12 

Med

1. Work briefing must be conduct before  starting the activity. 

2. Eliminate the need for manual handling by  using mechanical aid. 

3.Operatives must be trained for safe manual  handling  

4. If unsure of the load weight, check with  supervisor.  

5. Ensure proper manual handling procedure 6. Ensure adherence with sufficient and  appropriate PPE. 

7. Limit load carrying to 20kg per person 8. Supervisor must make sure while manual  handling loads individual task and  

environment to be considered to reduce the  risk of manual handling. 

9.Manual Handling assessment will be carried  by SAF 68

4

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Supervisor,  

Foreman,  

Site Eng.

Material storing 

1 Loose &  

unsecured  

material  

2 smoking at  

storage area  

3 Incorrect storage

Operatives  

Staff/storekeeper 

12 

Med 

1. Ensure accesses are kept clear at all times.  2.Housekeeping to be carried out regularly  throughout the day when required 

3. Supervisor to ensure operatives are stacking  material neatly and stacks are stable and in a  safe condition

Low 

Supervisor,  

Foreman, 

 Site Eng.




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




   

&improper  

materials stacking  4 Fire 

5 Slip, Trip & Fall

         

4. Provide adequate lighting especially during  night hours 

5.Appropriate space is allowed around storage  areas for employees to move around safely  without the risk being trapped between  stacked materials. 

6.No smoking signage must be displayed in  storage area and strictly to be followed  smoking policy  

7. Fire extinguisher must be available in storage  area in fore point. 

8. Emergency number must display in storage  area  

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Installation of  

Light  

fittings/cables  

temporary  

services for  

electrical work 

Electricity 

Electrocution  

Electric fire 

Electrical burns

Workers 

Foreman

12 

Med

1 Ensure PTW for work near live services is  obtained. 

2 RAMS briefing to be conducted and recorded. 

3 Competent electricians to be involved similar  knowledge of task 

4 Ensure that the power lines or breakers are  isolated before dismantling of power Panels 5 All hand tools and power tools to be used as  instructed during training and/or as per the  manufacture specification

Low 

Supervisor 

Foreman




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




               

6 To report any damages cables or tools  immediately to their supervisor. 

7All the hand tools must be proper insulated and inspected 

8 Correct PPE’s to be used 

9 All the light fittings must be properly secured  10 Fire Extinguisher must be in place. 

11 All the temporary DB must have weekly  inspection by competent supervisor will maintain an inspection tag  

12 All the temporary light fittings must be install  with safe manner and cables must be protecting  by conduits. 

13 Cable management must be in good condition and properly protected.

         

Installation of  

Plumbing  

pipe/drainage  

pipe for  

temporary  

services using  

Mobile Tower 

Work at height 

∙ Fall form height ∙ Falling objects 

∙ Narrow access &  poor posture 

Operatives/Staff/ Visitors 

Others 

12 

Medi 

um

1. STARRT card briefing must before starting  the activity 

2. Ensure the PTW in place. 

3. Ensure proper working platform with  complete fall protection 

4. Ensure Full body harness and 100% Tie off 5. Ensure the scaffold platform is properly  erected with "Safe to use" tag. 

6. Ensure castor wheels are locked  

7. Hand tools must be secured/tethered

Low 

Supervisors 

Foreman, 

Site Eng.




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 





   

∙ Protruding  

∙ objects  

Water pressure 

         

8. Work materials strictly not allowed to be  stored on platform except for working tools 9. Ensure avoid over reaching and climb on  handrail. 

10. Ensure unauthorised person not allowed to  modify the scaffolding and if needed to any  changes then must be modified by trained  and certified scaffolder.  

11. Ensure safe access to the working platform 12. Scaffold access must be free from  

obstruction 

13. Ensure sufficient illumination in work area 14. Ensure while fittings the GI clamp and  brackets operatives must safely use drill  machine to avoid finger injury. 

15. Ensure that working near fragile surface  special care of body and eye protection with  necessary PPE. 

16. During fixing of drainage fitting and plumbing activity make sure access is suitable for safe  work place to avoid poor posture. 

17. Make sure there is no water flooding  18 Must clean the debris after completion the  job and maintain good housekeeping.

         

Use of Ladder for  Temporary  

services 

Falling from height 

Operatives/ 

Staff/

12 

Medi 

um

1. ‘A’ Frame ladder not allowed except where there is no other option due to narrow  access.

 

Low 

Supervisor  

Site Eng. 

Foreman, 




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




   

Working on  

Uneven ground 

Falling objects

         

2. Only light work, off short duration and work in which the operative can maintain secure  hand and foot hold can be undertaken form  a ladder 

3. Never try to overreach with any ladders 4. Check the ladder is of suitable quality for  industrial use and is in good condition 

5. Maintain a minimum of 3 points of contact  with stepladders at all times  

(feet/thighs/hands) 

6. If possible avoid the use of stepladders at a  working height of 2 meters and more. 

7. Check the ladder legs (and stays) are fully  deployed or locked (depending on type) to  maintain maximum base dimensions and  the step ladder is orientated to provide  maximum stability. 

8. Stepladders/ladders has to be used on  leveled ground/firm base 

9. Ensure that during using ladder from the  top 2 steps is blocked to avoid climb on  that. 

10. The ladder securely fixed to prevent slipping outwards or sideways or securely footed at  all times. 

11. Person must hold the ladder while another  operative working on it

   

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Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




               

12. 8) Materials should not be placed above the thread of ladders/step ladders 

13. Do not carry any materials in one hand  while climbing or getting down from ladder 14. Ensure the area under the ladder is  barricaded especially if it is being used in a  public area. 

Ensure the ladder is electrical insulated  podium type if working in live services 

         

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∙ Spillage/ soil  

contamination

Operatives  

using solvent 

12 

Med 

ium

1. Ensure that all chemical substances have a  COSHH assessment 

2. Refer SDS prior to any handling of hazardous 

Low 

Supervisors  Foreman,  

 SiteEng.




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




 

Use of Glue  

Solvent,  

(Hazardous  

Substance)

∙ Burns 

∙ Contact with skin  

∙ Acute/Chronic  

adverse heath  

effect. 

∙ Fire

         

substances and ensure SDS is easily accessible at site while working with chemicals. 

3. Ensure chemicals are properly stacked. 4. Ensure all chemical containers are properly  labeled. 

5. Spill kits to be available at site. 

6. Ensure operatives use the correct PPE 7. Competent person to oversee the storage,  use and disposal of hazardous materials. 8. Ensure that correct welfare/first aid facilities  are available in the area i.e. washing  

facility/eye wash. 

9. Proper and adequate PPE to be used always 10.Ensure all chemical containers are properly  labeled. 

11.Adjust work schedules so that workers are not overexposed to a hazardous chemical. 

12.Wear respiratory protection 

13.Ensure proper and adequate PPE to be used  always. 

14.Ensure smoking only in designated area  15.Ensure appropriate Firefighting equipment’s  are in place and easily accessible 

         




 

DXB060 Project Falcon Plot No WJ 5A, Dubai South, Logistics City, Dubai, UAE ‐

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




Use of power  

tools such as  

Grinder/Cutter &  Drill  

machine/Heat  

gun/PPR Welding 

∙ Damaged  

Sockets & cable  

insulation. 

∙ Electrocution 

∙ Electric shock  ∙ Short circuit &  Burns 

∙ Trip/Fall 

∙ Noise 

∙ Hearing loss  

∙ Vibration 

∙ Dust

Operatives and  staff

12 

Medi 

um

1. All portable electrical equipment must be PAT tested and color coded. Make sure the  test dates are visible on the equipment. 

2. Ensure all disk shall be appropriate and  expiry date is over. 

3. Ensure all power tools are in good condition  and appropriately maintained  

4. PTW to be obtained, prior to commencing  the task 

5. Damaged industrial sockets and power  cables must be removed. 

6. Ensure the electrical cable is not damaged  and has not been repaired with insulating  tape or unsuitable connectors. 

7. Ensure cables from power tools shall be  organized so as not to present a tripping  hazard 

8. Only trained competent operatives to  operate the power tools. 

9. Ensure proper and regular maintenance of  equipment that takes account of noise 

10.Ensure proper hearing protection always. 11.Make sure people use the right tool for the  job and are trained to use it correctly 

12.Ensure defective tools that require  

maintenance is reported for repair or 

Low 

Supervisor 

Foreman 

Site Eng.




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




               

replacement. 

13.Instruct workers to keep their hands warm  and dry, and to not grip a vibrating tool too  tightly. 

14. Hot work permit should have obtained if  using heat gun and for PPR welding  

15.Fire extinguisher and fire blanket must be  available with fire watcher during hot work. 16.Ensure proper earth leakage protection is  provided. 

17. power tools must be 110V.

         

10 

Covid 19 

Cough 

Sneezing 

Fever (fever as  

body 

temperature highe r  

than 38°C 

Headache 

Nasal Discharge

All employees 

16 

High 

1) Supervisors to give TBT ensuring small group of people maintaining 2meter distance between individuals. 

2) Operatives musts try to perform their duties maintaining some at least 2meter distance from each other wherever possible. 

3) Appropriate personal hygiene posters to be displayed on notice boards at workplace.  

4) Maintain high standards of hygiene. 

5) Intensive routine sanitation/disinfection of Offices, desks, chairs, laptop/desktop keyboards, dining tables, drinking water stations, toilets, door handles, pantry, visitor PPE’s. meeting tables to be disinfect after each use. 

6) Disinfection of site offices, Welfare areas and work areas to be carried out  

7) Temperature monitoring of employees/visitors on

Low 

Supervisor 

Construction  Operatives 




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




               

site arrival by using infrared thermometer, person with above 38O temperature will refuse to access site or offices. 

8) Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness, maintain social distance on 2meter. 

9) Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, follow the displayed poster at washbasins. 

10) Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available, sanitizer dispensers installed at AKS site: Security post, operatives dining area and Office reception, Sub Contractors room and meeting room. 

11) Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing. Put used tissues in the bin immediately. 

12) Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth without washing your hands 

13) Take enough rest and take a large amount of fluids. 

If you have Cough, Shortness 

14) If you have Cough, Shortness Breath, Fever, Sore Throat, headache seek medical care early and stay at home. 

15) Avoid spiting at workplace/site.  

16) Do not travel while sick. 

17) In the event that any medical support or inquiry is required, please contact: 

a. “Estijaba" service at the operation center –

         




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




               

Department of Health at 8001717 

b. Ministry of Health & Prevention at 80011111 c. SEHA 80050 

d. Abu Dhabi COVID Emergency helpline +971563713090 

McLaren Incident reporting protocol to be followed

         

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Adverse weather  condition 

Rain, 

Sand Storm  

Fog  

Slippery surface  

Risk of  

electrocution 

Flying debris, 

Slip, Tripping and  fall 

All employee, 

visitors 

16 

High

1 Weather report must be updated and  informed to work force if there is any  

prediction about adverse weather.  

2 No activity shall be allowed during adverse weather condition on site  

3 Protect the Power tools/DB from rain  water to avoid short circuit. 

4 Ensure during adverse weather or Foggy  weather no lifting operation and no vehicle  movement. 

5 After clear the weather make sure all  power tools are safe to use. 

6 No work at height during high wind and  rain  

7 In case of emergency, call  

McLaren/Emergency number 

Low

Site Eng.  

Sup 

Foreman 

12 

Use of Hand tools 

∙ Improper 

 

Medi 

1. Hand tools should be visually inspected for 

Low

 




   

Document Reference 

M1512-HSE-RA-00

Rev. No. 

Assessment Date

00 

 

Risk Assessment Record 

Assessed by 

Titile 

Signature 

Activity: Installation of Temporary Electrical, Water & Plumbing services 

Prabir Kumar 

Sr Safety 

Officer

 




No 

ACTIVITY 

IDENTIFIED 

HAZARDS/RISKS 

People Involved

Base Risk Ranking 

(Without Controls) 

CONTROL MEASURES 

Residual Risk Ranking 

(With Controls)

Person 

Responsible 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating 

 

S

Risk 

Score

Risk  

Rating

 




   

selection of  

hand tools. 

∙ Damaged and  Defective Hand  

tools. 

∙ Hand injuries 

∙ Pinch point 

∙ Ergonomics 

∙ Repetitive  

strain injury 

Operatives/Staff

     

um

defects, prior to use. 

2. Never use damaged, blunt or broken tools to  avoid injury. 

3. Select right tools for right Job 

4. Ensure no Homemade or makeshift tools to  be used at site 

5. Remove from service any tool that shows  signs of damage or defect 

6. Ensure Hand tools are Stored in accordance  with the manufacturer’s instructions. 

7. Ensure hands are not in direct line of fire  while working with hand tools 

8. Ensure appropriate PPE at all times.

       

Site Eng. 

Supervisor 

Foreman



 




 Approved By: Name ______________Position ________ Signature ___ ______ ___________ 



RISK ASSESSMENT & CONTROL GUIDELINES  

 

1. Executing Steps: 

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1.1. Planning 

11 

a) Construction and HSE team must ensure that hazard identification is complete. 

12 

b) Construction and HSE team must prioritize the hazard issues, which are of significant in nature. (It means that risks 13 

have well established legal requirements, potentially high risks). 

14 

c) Construction and HSE team to prepare the risk assessment plan for the priorities identified hazards for these  15 

potential high risks. 

16 

1.2. Risk Assessment 

17 

Risk is the probability of an event occurring in a given set of circumstances. The ‘event’ is an exposure to hazard. The  18 

hazard is the potential to cause harm. The risk assessment is the technique of evaluating not just the likelihood of an  19 

event occurring, but also the outcome will be in terms of injury, loss, damage or harm. 

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1.3. Risk Assessment Process 

21 

The process of carrying out a risk assessment should be as follows. 

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1. Identify the hazards. 

23 

2. Identify who might be harmed and how. 

24 

3. Evaluate the risk and implement the control measures. 

25 

4. Record the significant findings. 

26 

5. Review the assessment and update if necessary. 

27 

1.4. Examination of the Hazards and Risk Associated 

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⮚ Competent staff must be used in examining the risk associated with the identified hazard. 

29 

⮚ Competent staff should examine following aspect to determine the risk involved: 

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o Examine the existing control measures in place. 

31 

o Identify employees at risk. 

32 

o Likelihood of risk. 

33 

o Severity 

34 

o Risk level and their tolerability. 

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1.5. Evaluating the risk: 

36 

Once the necessary information has been obtained on the hazards encountered by work activities, next stage is to  37 

access the risks. 

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1.5.1. Risk Rating Score 

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Risk rating score is a combination of two factors. 

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⮚ The severity of the risk that could injure persons or cause damage to plant. 

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⮚ The likelihood of the risk that it could happen (Probability). 

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RISK RATING = LIKELIHOOD X SEVERITY 

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NOTE: Each activity has to be assessed for the risk value for determining the level of Severity and likelihood are mentioned in  

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the table below.  

SEVERITY 

46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 

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LIK 

ELI 

HO 

OD 

RISK LEVEL:  

 

No Injury  

(1)

Minor  

Injury (2)

Moderate  

Injury (3)

Major  

Injury (4)

Catastrophic  

(5)

Rarely (1) 

5

Unlikely (2) 

10

Possible (3) 

12 

15

Likely (4) 

12 

16 

20

Almost  

Certain (5) 

10 

15 

20 

25



Low 

Medium 

High




SAF-010 (UAE) 03/18 Rev C SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENT RECORD

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SAF-010 (UAE) 03/18 Rev C SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENT RECORD