Enterprise Exemplary Award 2016



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2 Risk Assessments

The following are to be in the CD:




  • Risk Register (Do not submit all your Risk Assessments in the CD. You may include some in answer to the questions as evidence).

  • An example of a Risk Assessment with evidence of review

  • Any evidence required in the items below




No

Description

Evidence

Max Score

Self-Score

Auditor Score

Remarks




Preparation
















1

Hazard Identification Guide is compiled to aid the Risk Assessment Team.
Score = 1: HD ID Guide compiled

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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There is an inventory of work activities.
Score = 1: inventory available

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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3

There is an inventory of the use of machinery and equipment.
Score = 1: inventory available

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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There is an inventory of the use of chemicals.
Score = 1: inventory available

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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A flow chart of work carried out in the workplace.
Score = 1: flow-chart available

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Risk Assessments conducted using the recommended methodology (Activity-base or Trade-base).
Score = 2: Activity-base

Score = 1: Trade-base



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Risk Assessment sheet have all the administration details.
Score = 1: have all admin details

Score = 0: incomplete admin details



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Relevant legislation, codes of practice and manufacturers’ instruction manual are available.
score = 2: >80% of the above document available

score = 1: <80% of the above document available




Auditor to verify on site



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Hazards Identification
















9

There is a Hazard Register or list of identified hazards associated with the activity of each process and the type of potential accidents/incidents.
Score = 1: Hazard Register/list of identified hazards available

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Hazard Identification takes into consideration the following Safety & Health Hazards:

  • Mechanical

  • Electrical

  • Falling from Height/Falling Objects

  • Toxic exposure

  • Thermal exposure

  • Fire & Explosion

  • Overpressure

  • Noise exposure

  • Heat exposure

  • Radiation

  • Chemical exposure

  • Biological

  • Ergonomic

Score = 4: all ticks

Score = 2: more than 6 ticks

Score = 0: less than 3 ticks



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Hazard Identification conducted for emergency situation.
Score = 1: HD ID conducted for emergency situation

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Risk Evaluation
















12

Appropriate risk level assigned based on severity and likelihood.
Score = 1: appropriately assigned

Score = 0: not appropriately assigned



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Each Risk Assessment was conducted by a team led by competent personnel (i.e. someone who has attended a course on Risk Assessment).
Score = 1: Risk Assessment conducted by a competent personnel

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Risk Assessments have been conducted for all routine and non-routine work.
Score = 2: inventory of Risk Assessment conducted

Score = 0: no evidence of this




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15

Risk Assessment team includes workers and persons who have adequate knowledge of the activities.
Score = 1: Risk Assessment include workers

Score = 0: no evidence of this



Auditor to verify on site

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16

Severity level appropriately assigned to the potential accident/incident.
Score = 1: appropriately assigned

Score = 0: not appropriately assigned



Annex 2, page    

(Sample of Risk Assess-ment)



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17

Assignment of likelihood of occurrence for accident/incident is appropriate.
Score = 1: appropriately assigned

Score = 0: not appropriately assigned



Annex 2, page    

(Sample of Risk Assess-ment)



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18

Risk Matrix used as a guide to evaluate level of risk and for developing control measures.
Score = 1: Risk Matrix used

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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(Sample of Risk Assess-ment)



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19

Residual risks are highlighted and documented.
Score = 1: residual risk highlighted and documented

Score = 0: no evidence of this


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Risk Control Measures
















20

Existing Control measures are illustrated during risk evaluation.
Score = 1: existing control illustrated

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Risk Control Measures follow the hierarchy of control (i.e. elimination, substitution, engineering, administration and PPE).
Score = 1: control measure meet legal requirement

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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22

Additional Control measures are recommended.
Score = 1: existing control illustrated

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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23

Control measures include pre-inspection conducted for material handling machine and equipment (i.e. cranes, forklift).
Score = 1: pre-inspection checklist

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Control measures meet the legal requirement.
Score = 1: control measure meet legal requirement

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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There are designated persons responsible for implementation of control measures.
Score = 1: there are designated persons responsible

Score = 0: no evidence of this


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There is an implementation schedule for the recommended control measures.
Score = 1: evidence of implementation schedule

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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27

Recommended control measures are incorporated into SWPs.
Score = 1: incorporated in SWPs

Score = 0: no evidence of this


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One example of control measure that was successfully implemented.
Score = 2: 1 point for each relevant job location with SWPs made available

Score = 0: no evidence of this



Auditor to check on site- two (2) locations

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29

The hazards and control measures are communicated to those who carry out the work activity.
Score= 2: hazards and control measures communicated to employees

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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All employees are aware of the Risk Assessment for the work activity they carry out.
Score = 2: 1 point for each employee who is aware

Score = 0: both employees asked are not aware



Auditor to ask 2 employees to confirm

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Risk Assessment reports are documented and monitored.
Score = 1: Risk Assessment report

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Risk Assessment reports are current i.e. reviewed at least every 3 years or

- following substantial changes made to processes or systems;

-following an accident/near miss/dangerous occurrence/occupational disease at workplace.
Score = 1: Risk Assessment reports are current

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Risk Assessments are reviewed, approved and endorsed by management.
Score = 1: Risk Assessment approved/endorsed by management

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Illustrate an example of WSH best practice in Risk Assessment in your organisation (e.g. having a Risk Assessment Calculator).
Score = 2: example of best practices in Risk Assessment

Score = 0: no evidence of this



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Total




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Applicant to complete
Please provide write-up if you have implemented these at your worksite. For SOPs and risk assessments, there must be accompanying pictures to show on-site implementation.


  1. Holistic RM - Human and Cultural Factors

Are individual, job, organisational and environmental factors which can affect safety and health, considered in your WSH risk management?


Show that safety critical tasks are addressed first followed by tasks with lower risks. Please illustrate how these factors are of relevance to work activities.

     

(within 500 words)

 


2.    Pragmatic RM


  • How does your organisation ensure that adequate and appropriate risk controls are effectively implemented on ground?

  • How does your organisation ensure that employees understand the hazards involved and the control measures to be taken to minimise the risk?



      
 

(within 500 words)


3.    Upstream Risk Controls
How has your organisation implemented upstream risk controls (via avoidance, elimination, substitution and engineering control) in your work activities?
Show successful cases of upstream risk controls which significantly reduce the risk. Such controls should not be measures stipulated in the WSH Act’s subsidiary legislation.   


      
 

(within 500 words)

 

 









Auditor’s comments
Good Practices
     


Areas for improvements
     

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