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OSH Seminar at JICOSH (31 Jan - 16 Feb '06) : Safety Assessment of Construction Work Plan for Project Manager . Guidelines for OSH . in The Construction Industry. of Indonesia. By Budi Setiawan. CONSTRUCTION BODIES ASSOCIATION. GAPENSI (Const) AKLI (Electric) HATI (Hidrolic).

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OSH Seminar at JICOSH (31 Jan - 16 Feb '06) :

Safety Assessment of Construction Work Plan for Project Manager

Guidelines for OSH

in The Construction Industry

of Indonesia

By Budi Setiawan

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CONSTRUCTION

BODIES

ASSOCIATION

  • GAPENSI (Const)
  • AKLI (Electric)
  • HATI (Hidrolic)

LAW RULES IMPLEMENTATION SCHEME

CONSTRUCTION

SERVICES

DEVELOPMENT

BOARD

CONSTITUTION

RULES

CONSTRUCTION

BODIES

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BASIC LAW OF SAFETY AND HEALTH

(K3 Indonesia) AND MANPOWER

CONSTITUTION NO.14, YEAR 1969

Point 9 : BASIC RULES OF MANPOWER

Point 10 : BASIC LAW OF MANPOWER

CONSTITUTION NO.1, YEAR 1970

Point 2 : Work Safety

CONSTITUTION NO.13, YEAR 2003

Man Power

Minister of Manpower,Rules No. 1, Year 1980

Work Healthy at Building Construction

Joint Decision of Minister of Manpower and minister of Public Work

Number Kep.174/MEN/86 and 104/KPTS/1986

Directorate General Upgrade and Control of Manpower Dept

Issued.

Conditions for Association Bodies to train 1 of Safety and Health

(K3 Indonesia) expert at every Construction Body

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ACCIDENT CASES AFFECTED TO :

  • Human Lost
    • Accident or Disable
    • Death
  • Business Lost
  • Production Facilities Damage
  • Business Interuption
  • Liability
  • Company Image
  • Law Charges
  • Social Lost
    • Social Cost
    • Public Facilities Interuption
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THE BASIC LAW OF GUIDELINES

FOR OCCUPATIONAL, SAFETY, AND HEALTH

IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY OF INDONESIA :

JOINT DECISION OF

MINISTER OF MANPOWER AND MINISTER OFPUBLIC WORKS

NUMBER : KEP.174/MEN/86

NUMBER : 104/KPTS/1986

IN REGARD TO

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH IN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY SITE

MINISTER OF MANPOWER AND MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS

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CONSIDERS:

a. Whereas a construction work is a work complexity which involvesconstructionmaterials, equipment, technology application and manpower, may be the source for occurrence of work accident.

b. Whereas the workers in constructionproject, as the resources required in thecontinuity of the construction, needs tobe given proper work protection, particularlyagainst the risk of workaccident.

c. Whereas in that consideration, animplementation of work safety and health norms, on the construction site, needs to be properly exerted.

d. Whereas in that consideration, it is necessary to establish a Joint Decision of the Minister of Manpower and the Minister of Public Works.

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Bears in Mind:

1. Act Number 1 of 1970 in regard to Work Safety.

2. Government Regulation Number 9 of 1941 in regard to General Terms For the Implementation of Tendered Public Buildings.

3. Presidential Decree Number 45/M of 1983 in regard to the Establishment ofDevelopment IV Administration.

4. Presidential Decree Number 44 of 1974 in connection with Presidential Decree Number 15 of 1964 in regard to Organization Structure of GovernmentalDepartments.

5. Regulation of Minister of Manpower Number: PER.01/Men/1980 in regard to Work Safety and Health in Building Construction.

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RESOLVE:

Establish: Joint Resolution of Minister of Manpower and Minister of Public Work in regard to Occupational Safety and Health

Article 1

As the technical requirements in the implementation of the Regulation of Minister of

Manpower and Transmigration Number PER.01/Men/1980 in regard to Occupational

Safety and Health in Building Construction, it is hereby established as general guidance theapplication of Implementation Manual Book on Occupational Safety

and Health in Construction Site, hereinafter referred to as Manual Book and shall form

a part of this Joint Decision.

Article 2

Every Managers, Contractors, Chief of WorkImplementation or Work Division in any

performance of construction activity, shallbe required to comply with the terms of Occupational Safety and Health as set out in the Manual Book as provided in Article 1.

Article 3

Minister of Public Work shall have the authority to apply any administrative penalty to any persons mentioned in article 2 in theevent of any non-compliance to therequirements as specified in the Manual Book.

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Article 4

Any matters which concerns to the managementin the application of this Joint Decision shall be done in coordination among Headquarter, Local offices of

Department ofManpower and Department of Public Work.

Article 5

In regard to the implementation of Article 4 of this Joint Decision, Minister of Manpowermay appoint Experts in Construction Occupational Safety and Health

within the environment of Department of Public Work upon request of the Minister

of Public Work, in pursuant to theterms of article 1 clause (6) of Act Number 1 of 1970 in regard to Work Safety.

Article 6

Supervision on the implementation of thisJoint Decision, shall be made functionally bythe Department of Manpower and Department ofPublic Works in accordance with theirrespective scope of duties andresponsibilities.

Article 7

Any matters which has not been governed inthis Joint Decision shall be stipulated

further by the Minister in concern inaccordance with their respective authority.

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Article 8

This Joint Decision shall commence to beeffective as of the date of stipulation.

Stipulated in : J A K A R T A

DATE : March 4, 1986

MINISTER OF WORKFORCE

[signed & sealed]

SUDOMO

MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS

[signed & sealed]

SUYONO SOSRODARSONO

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THE CONTENT ARE :

  • I ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
  • Scope of Application of thisregulation
  • General Obligation
  • Organization of Occupational Safety and Health
  • Accident Report
  • Occupational Safety and First Rescue Aid in Accident
  • II TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Entrance and Exit Door
  • Lights / Lighting
  • Ventilation
  • Cleanliness
  • Prevention of Fire and Fire
  • Extinguisher
  • Protection Against Falling Objects and part of Collapsing Building
  • Protection to Guard People fromFalling Over / Guarding Rail and EdgeBarrier
  • Noise and Vibration
  • Prevention Against UnauthorizedPerson
  • Structure, Building andEquipment
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III SCAFFOLDS

  • General Terms
  • Working Platform
  • Gangway, Ramp and Pathway for Material Transportation
  • Log Scaffold
  • Hanging Scaffold which Platform is Hand pulled
  • Hanging Scaffold which is Pulled byMotor
  • Corner Support Scaffold / Perpendicular Support Scaffold
  • Staircase Scaffold
  • Ladder Jack Scaffolds
  • Bracket Scaffolds
  • Stud Scaffolds
  • Squares Scaffolds
  • Window Jack Scaffolds
  • Platform for Trucks / [unreadable] Material Cart
  • Metal Pipe Scaffolds
  • Mobile Scaffolds
  • Boatswain’s Chair
  • Aerial Basket Trucks / BoomPlatform
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IV LOOSE WORKING LADDER AND TEMPORARYSTAIRS

  • General Requirements
  • Portable Standalone Ladder
  • Trestle Step Ladder
  • Extendible Ladder
  • Mechanical Loose Ladder
  • Permanent Ladder
  • Temporary Stairs
  • V LIFTING APPLIANCE
  • General Requirements
  • Transporting Equipment [unreadable]
  • Lifting Crane
  • Traveling Cranes
  • Overhead Traveling Cranes
  • Tower Slewing Cranes
  • Underhung Trolley / Underhung Crab
  • Derricks
  • A-Frame, Sheet-Legs
  • Gin poles, Gin Wheels
  • Winches
  • Jack
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VI ROPE, CHAIN AND OTHER EQUIPMENTS

  • General Requirements
  • Wire Ropes
  • Fiber Ropes
  • Chains
  • Hanger Appliance
  • Wheel Trolley
  • Hook
  • Fastening Chain
  • VII MACHINERY: GENERAL TERMS
  • Installation and Erection
  • Supervision and Maintenance, forMachineries
  • Use of Machine
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VIII EQUIPMENT

  • Soil Removal Equipment : GeneralTerms
  • Power Shovel and Excavator
  • Bulldozers
  • Scrapers
  • Asphalt Equipment
  • Road leveling Equipment
  • Concrete Mixer
  • Loader Equipment (Wheel Loader)
  • Wood Working Machineries
  • Circular Saw
  • Tape Saw
  • Scrapper
  • Hand Tools
  • Pneumatic Tools
  • Powder Actuated Tools
  • Tractor and Truck
  • Transporting Truck and Truck for other Industrial Purposes
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IX UNDERGROUND WORKS

  • General Terms
  • Making / Digging Well
  • Supporting Frame
  • Air Ventilation Protection Against Fire Risk
  • Underground Lighting
  • Drilling
  • Dust
  • X DIGGING
  • General Requirements
  • Supporting Frame of DiggingWorks
  • Ditches
  • Well
  • XI ERECTION OF SUPPORT PILE
  • General Requirements
  • Inspection and Maintenance of Pile Machine
  • Pile Driver in Usage
  • Floating Pile Drivers
  • Sheet Piling
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XII CONCRETE WORK

  • General Requirements
  • Preparation for Concrete and Steele Piling
  • Steel Bone
  • Concrete Bucket Towers
  • Structure / Frame Works
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XIII OTHER OPERATION IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

  • Construction of Building using Prefabricated, Easy to Remove andInstall
  • Erection of Steele Construction
  • Works within Lift Cocker,
  • Shafts a Stair Wells
  • Roof Trusses
  • Regulation on Temporary Floors
  • Working with Hot Asphalt, tarmac and others
  • Working with Wood Preservatives
  • Floor, Walls and other with Combustible Material
  • Insulation Work
  • Roof related Works
  • Painting
  • Welding and Cutting with Torch
  • Explosion
  • Stone Dressing
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XIV DEMOLITION

  • Work Preparation
  • General Requirements onDemolition Works
  • Equipment for Demolition
  • Support Platform forDemolition Work (Sample Platform forDemolition Operation)
  • Wall Demolition
  • Floor Demolition
  • Steele Concrete Demolition
  • Demolition of High Rise Chimney and others
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CONCLUSION :

Construction is a relatively very complex work, needs knowledge, mastery,

planning, preparation and particularly there must be a better integrated work coordination

during a period of construction activity.

Carefulness in the construction project is insufficient if only reflect to the people

Who are at location of the project, but have to include and involve, the society

of the construction service to arrange how to do / conduct a correct action so

that can obviate accident or at least lessening risk of accident

A lot of party who active in the construction service activity have not yet thought seriously

about a possible risk, but only see a big advantage. The meaning of the construction service

society is the people who interest or have activity that related to the business or the work

of construction such as : Service Users, Services producer and Workers of the

construction activity.

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The rule of occupational safety and health in construction basically have the same

meaning with the common occupationalsafety and health intended, for example,

to give safety for the construction workers in order to avoid from possibility of

risk of accident work in each step to do their duty maximally.

The paradigm changes or reformation construction that happened in Indonesia

about UUJK (Construction Services Constitution) indirectly also will correct

service of this construction including K3 (health and working safety), namely existence

of awareness and attention to human rights which must get placed by first priority

by employer or one who employ worker, and also the institution doing/conducting

and observation to be called to account by /if when occur of accident work at

Construction Work Management