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Delivery Of Materials 

Manual handling of materials

Working at Height


Handling Of Chemicals 


Application of paintwork Fenomastic


Slips, trips, and falls of person/ material.

Inadequate control or supervision by the line management.

Poor housekeeping

Material Handling and Storage.

Construction activities and materials used in the process.

Collision with other equipment/machinery and vehicles

Damaging existing services

Physical injuries/ musculoskeletal disorders

Muscle pains/strain

Material damage

Fall of materials 

Fall of person

Respiratory illnesses

Lung cancer

Skin Dermatitis

Eye irritation

Slipping Hazards


Environmental hazards

Inhalation of paint fumes

Skin contact with paint

Eye contact with paint

Improper disposal of paint and related materials

Allergic reactions

Lead exposure (if applicable)


Major / Minor Personal Injury

Musculoskeletal Disorders (Manual Handling)

Property damage

Land contamination due to waste generated during work activities.

Injury to People

Material Damage

Injury to people, materials, and property

Injury to people

Personal Injuries

Slip and Falls Injuries

Respiratory problems, headaches, dizziness

Minor to severe illness, lost work time

Skin irritation, dermatitis

Eye irritation, burns

Temporary or permanent vision impairment

Environmental contamination

Fines, damage to the environment

Skin irritation, respiratory problems

Discomfort lost work time

Nervous system damage, developmental problems

Severe health effects, particularly for children and pregnant women


Approved Method Statement and Risk Assessment to be followed all the time, if any changes are required in method, materials, or equipment MSRA shall be revised and it shall be communicated to all concerned parties.

All equipment should be inspected by an approved 3rd Party as per local statutory requirements.

Work should be planned for safe means of access and egress. Establish pedestrian & vehicle routes

Adequate Information, Instruction, Training (Induction training/ TBT), and Supervision shall be ensured for all involved at the site.

Personnel who are carrying out the work shall wear suitable PPE (mandatory and job-specific).

Work area to be barricaded properly, to avoid unauthorized entry and

Display Caution signage & Hazard warning symbols.

Special attention shall be given to any likely environmental pollutant (proactive monitoring)

Emergency contact numbers are to be displayed near the work location and conduct indoor training for heat stress and drills for emergencies.

All related aspects of the environment and ecology shall be communicated to all concerned personnel to mitigate/reduce the negative impacts. 

Hard barricades should be provided to isolate the working areas.

Prohibition of entry to working areas by the installation of safety signages like danger and warning signs.

Any materials to be delivered should be planned with proper coordination from the driver and a bank man with a flag and adequate supervision from the supervisor

The Traffic Management Plan should be followed.

Delivery vehicles are to be parked on the allotted bay provided 

Proper care is to be made during the delivery of materials by considering overhead services and other services that may be damaged by establishing extra care and following the site speed limit (10-15 km/h)

The truck driver to receive induction and briefing before delivery of materials & he should assist in offloading materials 

Ensure escape routes are not obstructed and marked with safety signs and barriers Emergency contact numbers are to be displayed.

All employees are to be made aware of Emergency evacuation procedures

Use of high visibility jackets and mandatory PPEs (safety shoes, safety masks (dust masks), safety helmets and cover-alls)

Ensure to follow proper manual handling techniques

Each worker is to have awareness training on manual handling safety and ergonomics.

The area should be barricaded and warning boards to be placed.

Ensure the use of PPE like safety gloves.

Use of mechanical aids on heavy materials.

Regular Tool Box Talks shall be conducted before work

Active and continual supervision /monitoring from the supervisor must be put in place.

Loads being carried must not obstruct the vision.

Internal training shall be given to the workers regarding safe handling techniques

Administrative controls such as job rotation 

PTW shall be ensured before the commencement of work

JSA/TBT shall be conducted and recorded

A stable Scaffolding platform is built on the firm surface which should be strong and sound enough to withstand all loads on the scaffold.

Scaffolding shall be inspected and tagged by a competent person.

Only one person should be permitted on a ladder at any one time

Ensure that the ladders used are properly placed to avoid slipping (base).

Avoid using a metal ladder near power lines or exposed energized electrical equipment.

Always maintain a 3-point (two hands and a foot, or two feet and a hand) contact on the ladder when climbing and descending.

Ladders must be free of any slippery material on the rungs, steps, or feet.

Do not use the top step/rung of a ladder as a step/rung unless it was designed for that purpose.

An extension or straight ladder used to access an elevated surface must extend at least 3 feet above the point of support

Do not stand on the three top rungs of a straight, single or extension ladder. 

Be sure that all locks on an extension ladder are properly engaged

Don’t use ladders near to leading edges.

Do not exceed the maximum load rating of a ladder.

Always inspect the ladder before using it. If the ladder is damaged, it must be removed from service and tagged until repaired or discarded.

PTW shall be ensured if required 

TBT/JSA shall be conducted before the commencement of work 

MSDS shall be communicated to all the workforces to special awareness of safe handling of paints or chemicals

Ensure the use of appropriate PPEs & RPE (Safety gloves, masks, and goggles) as per SDS

Provision of proper waste disposal and good housekeeping arrangement

Avoid handling flammable chemicals near ignition sources

Ensure the Availability of Fire Extinguishers and natural ventilation

Proper Storage, handling & disposal of Hazardous Materials as per SDS only.

Only allow storage limited quantity of chemicals inside the work areas

Use proper ventilation, 

wear respirators, 

Avoid prolonged exposure.

Wear gloves, 

protective clothing, 

Wash skin thoroughly after use.

Wear safety glasses or goggles,

Have eye flushing station readily available.

Dispose of paint and materials according to regulations, 

Use designated waste containers.

Use hypoallergenic paint if possible, and be aware of individual sensitivities.

Use lead-free paint, and follow strict safety protocols if lead paint is present.

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