An Assessment Model for Occupational Health and Safety Risk of Street Lighting Poles Fabrication
Keywords:Hazards, HIRARC, Kipling Method, Risk Management
Engineering, Procurement, and Construcion company is vulnerable to risks of environment and health. There are several techniques for examining occupational safety and health, especially in risk analysis. This study is intended to evaluate environmental safety and health at street lighting poles project in EPC Company, named PT. Duta Hita Jaya. Primary and secondary datas were used. As primary data, observation-questionnaires-and interviews were conducted. Historical data of work accident and other documents related to working procedures was being used as secondary datas. Four respondents involved to answer the questionnaires. HIRARC model was applied to define potential risks that might occur. In addition, 5W1H or Kipling Method was implemented to construct strategies of minimizing the risks. This study reveals that during fabrication, materials transporting-assembling-finishing have high exposures to risks. Particularly, risk of being exposed to sparks is the highest risk with score of 9.
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