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PDO Safety Advice. Use this Alert: Discuss in Tool Box Talks and HSE Meetings  Distribute to contractors  Post on HSE Notice Boards  Include in site HSE Induction. Date: 04/03/2014 Injury: Fractured rib What happened?

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PDO Safety Advice

Use this Alert: Discuss in Tool Box Talks and HSE Meetings  Distribute to contractors  Post on HSE Notice Boards  Include in site HSE Induction

  • Date: 04/03/2014
  • Injury: Fractured rib
  • What happened?
  • A Rigger and a Bucket Truck Operator was instructed to remove temporary wooden piping supports at a pipe rack manually using a handsaw. While attempting to position themselves to cut the support, accidently the control of the bucket was engaged by a strap of the safety harness of the rigger. The bucket moved and trapped the rigger between the guard rail of the bucket and the pipe rack structure, causing injury.
  • Your learning from this incident..
  • Make sure that you have sufficient room in your elevated bucket to execute the activity safely
  • Make sure the equipment pre-inspection check list is up to date, understood and followed
  • Make sure you are aware of your elevated bucket emergency lowering procedure
  • Apply the empowerment to stop when the job is unsafe

Always use the right means of access to execute activities at height safely

Contact: MSE54for further information or visit the HSE Website Learning No 07 04/03/2014

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Management learning's

Use this Alert: Distribute to contractors  Discuss in HSE Meetings

Date: 04/03/2014

Injury: Fractured rib

As a learning from this incident and ensuring continual improvement, all contract managers are to review their HSE HEMP against the questions asked below .

  • Does the bucket truck emergency lowering procedure exist in your organization, where applicable?
  • Is the bucket truck emergency lowering procedure known and practiced by your crew member?
  • Does your HEMP capturing specific activates related to bucket truck equipment, and was it communicated effectively to the crew member i.e. operators and drivers?
  • Do you maintain your equipments operating manuals, instructions and maintenance records including bucket trucks? Are they available at site, and accessible to the end user i.e. operators?
  • Are the tools/equipment used for your activates appropriate for the assigned jobs?
  • Is the empowerment to stop unsafe acts/conditions effectively practiced?
  • Do you have a system to ensure actions from lateral Learnings are implemented.
  • Is the alert/learning advice understood by the crew members?

Contact: MSE54for further information or visit the HSE Website Learning No 07 04/03/2014