Plant Risk Assessments Report for Isuzu NH Series NPR 200

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1 Executive Summary, A risk review of the Operator activities for Isuzu Australia Limited has been conducted for a NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper The. Plant Risk assessment involved discussions with the operator of the NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper Risks have been. identified categorised and assessed using ARS s Risk Management Approach Risks have been rated from low to high using. five point likelihood and five point consequence matrix This risk review is to determine the risks associated with the use of. the machinery in accordance with the Plant Regulations of 2007 and WHS Plant Regulations 2012 and Australian. Standards AS 4024 for Safe Guarding of Machinery and AS 31000 Risk Management Standards. Operators of NH Series NPR 200 275 Tippers should have an appropriate vehicle license and be competent users of the. equipment The Operator activities have been assessed by analysing activities documented by personnel as part of their day to. This report needs to be read in its entirety to understand all recommendations made There is a summary of recommendations. 2 Risk Management Approach,Risk Management Strategy. The Strategy requires the analysis of maintenance activities to determine. Likelihood of the risk eventuating,Standards of mitigation in place. The residual or risk exposure remaining after the mitigation effort. In essence the aim of the Risk Profile is to provide a common risk management framework to assist Management determine. the appetite for and tolerance to risk and to communicate this throughout the industry as an aid to decision making and as a. driver for maintenance improvement,A Definition of Risk. Broadly speaking risks are defined as uncertain future events that could influence the achievement of the organisation s. strategic and operational goals and objectives In practical terms risk is the exposure to the threat of such things as economic. financial reputational loss or gain physical damage injury or delay as a consequence of pursuing or not pursuing a particular. course of action,Definition of Hazard, A HAZARD is any situation with the potential for human injury damage to property damage to the environment or a combination.
Prepared By Australian Risk Services ARS Owner Isuzu Australia Limited. Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page 1. Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST. Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper. Risk is defined in two dimensions,the likelihood of the risk occurring and. the consequence to the business should that risk occur. Risk management is a management approach for identifying analysing and treating risks so that industry operates in an. environment where the risks are understood and are acceptable. 3 The Process,Identification of Risk, The underlying philosophy for the identification of risk exposure is to use directly the expertise of persons that have the. responsibility for managing those risk exposures, In practice this entailed structured discussions with individuals representing principle operator activities for the NH Series NPR. 200 275 Tipper The following individuals participated in the Risk Review process. Isuzu Australia Engineering Department, Greater detail on the identification process for risks is detailed below. 4 Risk Analysis and Evaluation, The following risk data collection and analysis was undertaken for each risk issue identified.
A description of the risk as far as was practicable the risk was described in the context of a hypothetical scenario. A description of the impact of the risk describing a range of potential impacts on the individuals should the risk. A description of the control environment and estimation of its effectiveness is provided. An estimation of the likelihood of the risk occurring and rated against the criteria below. An estimation of the consequence of the risk should it eventuate Ratings for consequence are determined according. to the table below, Determination of an overall risk rating based on the formula. Prepared By Australian Risk Services Owner Isuzu Australia Limited. Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page No 2. Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST. Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper. Risk Rating Risk Likelihood X Risk Consequence, Actual ratings are determined using the matrix on the following page. Where information was readily available a preliminary description of the control environment and estimation of its. effectiveness is provided, An estimation of the likelihood of the risk occurring and rated against the criteria below. An estimation of the consequence of the risk should it eventuate Ratings for consequence are determined according. to the table below,5 Codes of Practice and Hazard Identification. Remember Codes of Practice are part of a strategy to raise the awareness of workplace health and improve safety. practice They have been developed for particular hazards and provide guidelines to help employers identify assess and. control risks arising from these hazards, Unless cited in a Regulation they are not compulsory for employers to implement but their implementation signifies the.
employer s commitment to comply with their legal obligation to provide a safe and healthy workplace. Notwithstanding the above a Code of Practice may be used as evidence of a breach of the Act or as a defence that all. reasonably practicable steps were taken to prevent an injury or illness. Identification and Classification of Hazards, Once hazards have been identified the next step is to assess their significance In assessing the significance of a hazard. there are a number of important factors that need to be considered These factors include the following. Probability of injury or illness in considering the probability of injury or illness it is important to note that they can. be caused either as a direct result of short term exposure to a hazard or from long term exposure to a hazard. Injuries that may be a direct result of short term contact with a hazard include cuts burns abrasions fractures. crush and compression injuries Long term exposure to some hazards can cause conditions such as deafness. cancers respiratory damage and dermatitis,Potential severity of injury or illness. How often are people exposed,Length of exposure,Level of exposure. Number of people exposed,Adequacy of existing control measures. Human differences,skill level,work experience,physical capabilities.
As there are many types of workplaces and hazards or combinations of hazards the methods for assessing hazards will. be quite different The level of risk of a job or task may well have a number of contributing factors which also need to be. considered, The important factor to remember in assessing hazards is that this assessment will determine what priority is assigned to. their elimination or control, Prepared By Australian Risk Services Owner Isuzu Australia Limited. Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page No 3. Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST. Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper. Hazard Categories,CATEGORIES EXAMPLES, Physical Vibration noise temperature lighting radiation manual handling. mechanical electrical, Chemical Dust fumes vapours gases explosives acids solvents flammable. liquids solids oxidising agents, Biological Viruses bacteria mould fungi pollen insect excrete contaminated body.
fluids and contaminated air, Ergonomic Poor design of work poor design of equipment poor design of environment. Psychosocial Stress poor training and communication work overload underload. inappropriate work assignments, Prepared By Australian Risk Services Owner Isuzu Australia Limited. Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page No 4. Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST. Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper. 6 RISK RATING SYSTEM ISUZU AUSTRALIA LIMITED,Consequence of occurrence. Likelihood of 1 2 3 4 5,Insignificant Minor Moderate Major Catastrophic. Medium Medium High Extreme Extreme,Almost Certain,Low Medium High High Extreme.
Low Low Medium High Extreme,Low Low Medium Medium High. Low Low Low Medium Medium,Unacceptable Risks,Extreme Senior Management and Resources required. High Senior Management attention required,Acceptable Risks. Medium Management Responsibility,Low Standard Operating Procedures to handle. Prepared By Australian Risk Services ARS Owner Isuzu Australia Limited. Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page 5. Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST. Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper. LIKELIHOOD OF EVENT, A ALMOST CERTAIN Is expected in most circumstances Risk has a greater than 75 chance of occurring.
B LIKELY Will probably occur in most circumstances Risk has a 50 to 75 chance of occurring. C POSSIBLE May occur at some time Risk has a 25 to 49 change of occurring. D UNLIKELY Could occur at some time Risk has less than a 25 chance of occurring. E RARE May occur in exceptional circumstances Not likely to occur. CONSEQUENCE, RATING DESCRIPTION FINANCIAL SAFETY REPUTATION OPERATIONS ENVIRONMENT. Major business failure Asset destruction Multiple fatalities or Irreparable damage to Significant interruption or Catastrophic irreversible. multiple deaths huge greater than 10m significant irreversible Isuzu Australia name cessation of activities for environmental harm. financial loss Revenue loss or effects to a number of Parliamentary inquiry two weeks or more Community outrage potential. 5 CATASTROPHIC opportunity cost of people employees Major public concerns large scale class action. more than 10m and or public raised, Loss of business Loss of assets totalling Single fatality and or Significant damage to Total Service cessation Major environmental hazard. functionality capability 1 5m to 10m severe irreversible Isuzu Australia name for one week caused long term recovery. extensive injuries situation Revenue loss or disability to one or more High profile community. 4 MAJOR not contained but no opportunity cost of 1 5m persons concerns raised requiring. detrimental effects major to 10m significant rectification. financial loss measures, Moderate disruption to daily Loss of assets totalling Irreversible disability or Moderate damage to Total service cessation Measurable environmental. activities medical treatment 150 000 to 1 5m impairment to one or Isuzu Australia name for several days harm medium term recovery. required high financial loss Revenue loss or more persons Community complaints voiced. 3 MODERATE situation contained with opportunity cost of privately minor rectification. outside assistance 150 000 to 1 5m measures, Minor disruption to day to day Loss of assets totalling Transient health impact Minimal damage to Business interruption Medium term immaterial effect. activities first aid treatment 15 000 to 150 000 on staff or public Isuzu Australia name over several days on environment community. required situation Revenue loss of 15 000 required to inform EPA. 2 MINOR immediately contained to 150 000,medium financial loss.
Will not affect day to day Loss of assets less than No health impact on staff Reputation intact Negligible operational Short term transient. performance low financial 15 000 or public internal knowledge only impact environmental or community. 1 INSIGNIFICANT loss no injuries Revenue loss of less than impact negligible action. 15 000 required, Prepared By Australian Risk Services Owner Isuzu Australia Limited. Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page No 6. Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST. Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper. 7 HAZARD HEIRARCHY OF CONTROL, When developing solutions for identified hazards the risk assessment team members applied the Hierarchy of Controls A. hierarchy of hazard control measures has been established which is used on the basis that the higher the control strategy is in the. hierarchy the more preferable and effective it is, The hierarchy of hazard control in order of priority is. Before moving into new premises or introducing new equipment or work process all reasonably practicable steps should be taken. to have the workplace plant equipment and task designed and constructed so that potential hazards are removed or reduced to. their lowest level It is easier and less costly to change a drawing or specification than it is to make changes after construction or. installation,2 Elimination Substitution, Completely removing the hazard or substituting that is replacing the material work process or machine with a less hazardous one. is a very desirable strategy This eliminates the risk of exposure to that hazard For example. removing a noisy machine from the work area, substituting equipment that is ergonomically designed.
jobs can be redesigned to remove the need for staff to maintain the same posture or carry out constant repetitive work. 3 Isolation, When the above steps have been tried and have proved to not be the best solution for minimising the risk then the separation of. This risk review is to determine the risks associated with the use of Plant Risk Assessments Report for NH Series NPR 200 275 Tipper Prepared By Australian Risk Services Owner Isuzu Australia Limited Document No IZU P138 Issue No 1 Issue Date 10 08 2014 Review Date 10 08 2015 Page No 2 Warning Printed copies of this document MAY NOT BE THE LATEST Risk is defined in two dimensions

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