MYC HSE Policy

Muhammad Yousaf Construction Co. Project HSE Polocies


TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION

POLICIES


HSE PROCEDURE FOR HSE INDUCTION
1.      PURPOSE
2.      SCOPE
3.      SAFE WORKING
4.      EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY
5.      PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS (PPE)
6.      REFERENCE AND GUIDELINE

HSE Procedure Safety Training Program
1.      PURPOSE
2.      SCOPE
3.      DEFINITIONS
4.   TRAINING

HSE PROCEDURE OF  FATIGUE MANAGEMNT PLAN
1.      PURPOSE
2.      SCOPE
3.      SAFE WORKING
4.      EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY
5.      PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS (PPE)
6.      REFERENCE AND GUIDELINE

Methodology for the CIVIL WORK
1.      SCOPE 0F WORKS
2.      SEQUENCE OF WORK ACTIVITIES
3.   MATERIALS AND INCORPORATION
4.   COMMUNITY RELATIONS
5.    QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC)
6.    HSE
7.    CONCLUSION   

 HOUSE KEEPING (HK)
1.    PURPOSE
2.    SCOPE
3.    DEFINITIONS
4.    House Keeping Procedure
5.    Orderliness
6.  ACCESS
CLOSURE

Document Title : HSE PLAN

INTRODUCTION

M YOUSAF CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (MYCC) is one of the most important integrated GOVT. Construction companies in the PAKISTAN. In this business it has a strong edge and leading national market positions.
 M YOUSAF CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (MYCC) objective is to create new value to meet its Shareholders expectations through the continuous improvement of CIVIL WORK & CONSTRUCTION through the attention to the needs of its employees and the commitment to a sustainable growth pattern also encompassing the careful assessment of the environmental impact of its activities and the development of innovative and efficient technologies.
To achieve this objective M YOUSAF CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (MYCC) relies on the managerial and      technical capabilities as well as the continuous development of its workforce, and on an increasingly lean and entrepreneurial organization. The objective of this HSE plan is to promote Health, Safety & Environment of person working with (MYCC) and prescribe certain rules, procedures and safe practices in order to create a working environment free of condition and factors that might contribute to an accident or injury /Illness. The specific HSE plan will provide guide line for safe execution of project.
"HSE IS EVERYBODY’S BUSINESSS"

  HSE POLICY

MYCC aspires to achieve an HSE performance that is exemplary in the world and to conduct its business in a sustainable manner’

 MYCC is committed to:

        Pursue the goal of no harm to people and the community.
        Protect the environment and biodiversity.
        Promote Sustainable Development, including Corporate Social Responsibility.
        Promote the use of renewable energy.
        Reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
        Protect the health of staff and contractors.
        Prevent damage to assets.
        Manage HSE so that it takes precedence over any other critical business activity. • Promote an HSE culture which is adopted by MYCC employees and contractors. • Set targets for continual HSE performance improvement.
            MYCC shall:
         Conduct activities in a manner designed to minimize HSE risks to a level which is As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).
         Play a leading role in promoting best practices.
         Empower employees to intervene when actions are considered a threat to HSE values
        Confirm the requirement for contractors to manage HSE and welfare in line with this Policy.
         Hold Line Management accountable for HSE.
         Measure, appraise and report publically on HSE performance.
        Include HSE competencies and performance in the appraisal of all staff.
        Develop and use resources efficiently.
        Capture learning from incidents.
         Develop and maintain business continuity plans.

HSE PROCEDURE
FOR
HSE INDUCTION
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1.         PURPOSE

The purpose of this procedure is to outline the requirements for the HSE induction of the Project Construction work of Civil & E&I works.


2.         SCOPE 

This procedure applies to all activities during the construction and commissioning. 

3.         SAFE WORKING

            MYCC operates under a Health, Safety and Environment policy which states that the   company will endeavor to protect the health and safety of personnel, protect the environment and provide a safe and healthy work place, without any incident which might takes place due to human error .This is the single most prevalent factor affecting HSE performance in the field. Others factors which may lead to unsafe working are dependent on many complex activities being carried out during the working at site, these are given below along with HSE measures necessary to mitigate adverse effects etc
    
Ø  Scope of work
Ø  Equipments to be used
Ø  Hazard identification
Ø  Use of PPE
Ø  Ensure adequate control over in the situation of an emergency
Ø  Awareness of ERP
Ø  Evacuation of the individual from the affected work place
Ø  Other safe practices and measures specific to the work laid out in the JSA

4.         EQUIPMENT and Machinery

Ø  Truck/Dumper/Motor grader/ Vibratory roller/excavator
Ø  Light Vehicles
Ø  Power generator
Ø  Diesel / Electrical dewatering/pump/Compactor
Ø  Instruments and testing apparatus

5.         PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS (PPE)

Ø  Safety Helmets
Ø  Safety Shoes
Ø  Gum Boots
Ø  Safety Goggles, glasses, dust masks, ear plugs etc
Ø  Safety Gloves, Rubber Gloves
Ø  Coverall
Ø   Misc safety items


6.         REFERENCE AND GUIDELINE

In the event of an Emergency Declaration MYCC Personnel to proceed as per the (HSE Induction)   conducted and outlined  by MYCC, before starting the activity, and shall reach to the assembly area (Muster Point).
MYCC Personnel shall have the safety awareness, before starting any Job. The details  of the activities in specific areas is outlined  under a  job risk Assessment  (JSA) which is
Conducted before the start of the work and Other HSE programs e.g. TBT, reviews etc

M YOUSUF CONSTRUCTION COMPANY MAKES A STRONG COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AT WORK


M YOUSAF CONSTRUCTION COMPANY




HSE Procedure
Safety Training Program


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1.         PURPOSE

The purpose of this procedure is to outline the requirements for the effective Training for
Management and Employers on the MOL Repairs of CIVIL & E & I Work.

2.         SCOPE

This procedure applies to all activities during the survey, logistical     deployment, establishment of on-ground facilities and the actual work activities/ construction, material movement, testing and activity completion.

 3.         DEFINITIONS

The safety philosophy is communicated to all temporary and permanent employees and management personnel, prior to commencement of each work activity, such as to ensure that it is properly understood and complied with. This record becomes part of all HSE documentation and communications i.e. HSE manual procedures, Tool box talks, Meeting and Trainings etc are used as guidelines to develop job specific training activities. All available audio video and written aids are utilized as available.

In all our activities MYCC will

Ø  Comply fully with all requirements and meet and exceed these expectations wherever we are operating.

Ø  Provide a secure working environment by protecting ourselves, our assets and our operations against risk of injury, loss or damage from criminal or hostile acts.

Ø  Ensure that all employs and others are well informed, well planned, engaged and committed to HSE improvement processes. We recognize that safe operations depend not on technical sound and equipment but on competent people and active HSE culture and that no activity is so important that it cannot be done safely.

Ø  Fully participate in hazard identification and risk assessment, assurance audits and reporting HSE results.

Ø  TRAINING IS THE CORNER STONE OF A GOOD SAFE WORK PLAN.


4.         TRAINING
Ø  HSE Induction to site.
Ø  General safety
Ø  Basic first aid
Ø  Personal protective equipments (PPE)
Ø  Driving safety
Ø  House keeping
Ø  Wet conditions and crossing hazards
Ø  Permit to work
Ø  Civil works and related risks
Ø  Incident reporting
Ø  Excavation safety
Ø  Fire fighting
Ø  Others specific to the particular Job site

Trained staff will be developed according to work activities and  will
Keep safety paramount so as to achieve sure success.


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 HSE PROCEDURE OF 
FATIGUE MANAGEMNT PLAN


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1.         PURPOSE 


The purpose of this procedure is to outline the requirements for the HSE induction of the fatigue management plan for working on CIVIL & E & I Work project 

2.         SCOPE

This procedure applies to all activities during the construction and completion. All aspects of fatigue management plan should be audited and reviewed at a regular interval to ensure continuing suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the control for eliminating risk and also to provide guidance to employees to develop and deploy a workable fatigue management plan realistically based on identify the hazards of fatigue, assessment of the risks and implement of effective risk control measures. The monitoring and review system must be in place to judge the effectiveness of the controls.

3.         DEFINITIONS

The MYCC management is committed to ensuring proper control of fatigue risks as the fatigue can be define as state of impairment that can include physical/ mental elements associated with lower alertness and reduced performance. Fatigue thus erodes the effectiveness of the personnel to mitigate hazards and this may lead to gaps and in the worst case accidents/property damage and partial breakdown of the HSE system. 

4           SIGNS OF FATIGUE
  • Includes tiredness even after sleep
  • Psychological Disturbances and loss of orientation
  • Loss of energy
  • Inability to concentrate and retain focus, shorter attention spans
  • Memory impairment
  • Diminished capacities in general

5.        CAUSES OF FATIGUE

           Work related causes of fatigue include:
  • Aspects of the tasks being undertaken ( e.g. greater workload within standard shifts)
  • Unplanned work, overtime, emergencies, breakdowns and call-outs
  • Features of the working environment ( e.g. noise or temperatures) and Others
  • Poor health or on coming sickness
  • Unfriendly/hostile atmosphere
  • Lack of proper facilities and co-ordination

6.        HAZARDS
·         Human error and consequential results
·                               Breakdown in relationships and work team hostilities
·                               Others related and unusual risks


7.        CONTROLS

·                               All the personnel shall receive data on better awareness of fatigue management plan
·                               To take the adequate rest and sleep between activities
·                               The quantity and quality of rest obtained prior to and after a working  period
·                               To be considered noise or temperature extreme and their effects
·                               To avoid the medicine causing ( drowsiness)  during the working time
·                               Relaxed but professional working environment
·                               Tackling prickly personnel issue professionally
·                               Maintaining tension free work atmosphere
·                               New factors must be briefed into the tool talk, which may be stressful
·                               Removing impediments to the smooth functioning of the routines
·                               Adequate security and safety must be seen to be functional
·                               Support of medics and consular’s

8. CONCLUSION
     An in place fatigue management system as per the plan will reduce HSE risks
     And lead to better performance/effectiveness of the Construction Teams.


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       Work PROCEDURE  




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   1.0    SCOPE OF WORKS:

1.1 Preamble:
The previously constructed bund around the air port  was inundated by floods/run off water up to 2-3M in 2011. BHP decided to award the contract to MCCL for repair work of bund. The sequences of the work activities are as under,

Repair work of the bund:

  • Filling of approved earth fill on top of the bund to make it level
to brick masonry.
  • Repairs on inside of FP Bund, with earth filling.
  • Slope dressing on inside of FP Bund.
  • Repair of Batter protection with cement sand mortar at required
Places.
  • Repairs of cut sections of FP Bund including earth fill compacted in
15cm layers and Batter protection as per drawings.
  • Construction of new FP Bund as per drawings.
  • Providing and fixing of new fence at shown locations.
  • Removing of old fence and shifting to Zam-1 pipe yard.
  • Repairing of existing fence (where damaged) Excavation of a new water
course.
  • Breaking and removing of walls and shifting of debris outside to a
designated location.
  • Grading of entire area making a slope towards FP Bund to ensure that rain water doesn’t collects
near the runway.



            1.2 WORK DETAILS:
1.2.1; Earth Filling/ Repairs on inside of FP Bund/ Slope dressing/ Repair of Batter protection/ Repairs of cut sections of FP Bund/ Construction of new FP Bund
Earth filling material shall be collected after the selection/approval of BHP from the nearest location which shall be suitable and workable with the following consideration
·         No land disturbance shall occur without Environmental and Heritage concurrence from both internal and external stakeholders.(MCCL and BHP Land Section, local community)
·         No land disturbance shall occur without filling of the disturbance approval process.
·         Land disturbance shall be minimized.
After the land selection material shall be excavated and shifted by dumpers to the required location. Also may be dumped at one place inside the air port area. Mixing of water shall be maintained before dumping directly on the top of bund.
Grading and compaction shall be maintained in the layers.
1.2.2; Fixing of new fence/ Removing of old fence/ Repairing of existing fence



1.2.3; Breaking and removing of walls
1.2.4; Grading of entire area
Grading of ground close to run way, slope shall be maintained outwards from the runway to edge of  bund embankment

1.3 Priority of work:
As the access area to enter in the air port is not suitable for the movement of equipment. The following activities shall be carried out on the priority basis;
·         Removing of the old fence and installation of a new fence shall be extended as required by the BHP
·         Grading of the area from old fence to new fence.
·         Construction of water courses.
·         Construction of new FP bund.
·         Breaking of old wall.
·         Shifting of debris to the local community.


1.4 Health Safety Environment (HSE):
During the activities all the HSE protocols shall be followed
·         HSE induction                       
·         Medical                      
·         Appropriate PPE’s
·         Work permit
·         JRA
·         Tool Box Talk
·         Stop card
·         Vehicle inspection
·         Waste management                          
·         Fatigue management plan
·         Fatal risk control plan
·         Fire prevention plan
·         House keeping
·         Journey plan
·         Lifting plan
·         Jewellery policy

No activity shall be carried out during the landing and takeoff the air craft.
      Quality Assurance / Quality Controls (QA/QC):

All work shall be carried out as per client specified QA/QC procedures. MCCL In charge shall be             responsible for creating, maintaining and coordination with clients QA/QC representative /Inspector.
Dumping of the filling material shall be inspected by the QA/QC inspector.
Compaction activity of bund either new or old at different location shall be carried out by a competent QA/QC inspector and all the test shall be carried out in the laboratory of MCCL.
Test of compaction shall be taken on each layer as per drawing and instruction of BHP representative. Result shall be recorded and maintained by the QA/QC document controller of MCCL on the formats approved by the BHP.
Slope of the bund shall be maintained uniformly.
Bricks installation shall be maintained uniformly.
Grading of ground close to run way, slope shall be maintained outwards from the runway to edge of  bund embankment. 


1.6 Security:
T card system shall be adopted by MCCL. Entry of all the personnel shall be controlled by MCCL.


Equipment List:
Dump Trucks                           2
Front end Loader                     1
Water Bowser                          3
Excavator                                2
Graders                                    2
Vibratory Roller                       1
Plate Compactor                      1


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HOUSE KEEPING (HK)

1. PURPOSE

The purpose of this procedure is to outline the requirements for House Keeping to be applied during the Civil and E & I work.

2. SCOPE

This procedure applies to all locations and accommodation utilized by the MYCC.

3. DEFINATIONS

            This procedure is designed to give Supervisors and employees guidance in maintaining a neat work area which should encourage safe work habits. Each craft will be responsible for cleaning up their work area. No job is complete until the area has been cleaned up

4. Procedure

Housekeeping plays an important role in assessing Contractor safety performance on the project. It is included as a separate section in the audits conducted by the Client and it is also an incentive award category of the Safety Incentive Plan. Special attention must be given to housekeeping.
1)      During the course of construction, all debris and scrap material shall be kept away from the work area. Work areas shall be cleaned at the end of each shift.
2)      Containers shall be provided by Contractor for the collection and separation of waste, trash, oily and used rags and other refuse.
3)      Garbage and other waste shall be disposed of at frequent and regular intervals in a manner approved by MOL.
4)      Contractor shall not pour, bury, burn, not in any way dispose of a chemical on the work jobsite without the permission of Client.
5)      Contractor shall clear all combustible debris to a solid waste disposal site properly licensed by the Royal Commission.  No open burning of debris or rubbish will be permitted at the project jobsite.
6)      Materials and supplies shall be stored in locations, which will not block access-ways, and arranged to permit easy cleaning of the area. 
7)      All hoses, cables, extension cords, and similar materials shall be located, arranged, and grouped so that they will not block any access-way and will permit easy cleaning and maintenance.

5.        ORDERLINESS

1.      Keep tools and working materials in proper containers.
2.      Store trash, waste, and scrap in proper containers.
3.      Store materials safely.
4.      Put cigarette stubs in butt cans.
5.      Keep small items in boxes or bins.
6.      Keep the floor clear of tools, rod ends, and metal shavings.
7.      Keep walkways clear.
8.      Store or contain material so that fire has no place to start.
9.      Clean up tools and work areas as your job progresses.
10.  Keep all material, tools and equipment in a stable position (tied, stacked or choked) to prevent rolling or falling.
11.  Maintain clear access to all work areas.
12.  Clean up liquid spills right away.
13.  Keep barricades orderly and in a good state of repair.
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6. ACCESS
                                                          
1.      Walkways and stairways must be clear, ladders must not be blocked, and emergency exits must not be blocked, and emergency exits must be identified and clear.

2.      Do not block any emergency equipment or electric disconnect switch/box.

3.      Stack, store, or spot material so that it can be reached readily by workers and material-handling equipment.

CLOSURE
Our Health, Safety & Environment program is planned to
protect you and prevent accidents.
Your sincere co-operation is most important.
Report any unsafe acts/conditions that cause
accidents/incidents to HSE Corporate Department.
We are extremely proud of our Health, Safety & Environment
records.
Help us make it better.
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