This procedure describes the accident prevention rules
and safety programs of Bina that shall apply to all
personnel engaged for the construction work of the PROJECT.
The primary purpose of this procedure is to prevent
accident, which may injure personnel or damage property.
2. SAFETY COMMITTEE
The Project Manager shall organize
a safety Committee Consist of Site Manager and Safety
manager in order to implement the safety programs covered
by the construction safety rules and procedure. The
committee shall cover security and sanitation as well
as safety activities of the construction work and the
operation procedure shall be established prior to starting
the construction work.
3. GENERAL REQUIREMENT
All employees working on the
SITE shall wear as authorized temper proof badge on
their outer garment at all time within the SITE. This
badge shall show the registered number and category
of each work.
3.2. House Keeping
All construction office and temporary facility and work
area shall be kept reasonably clean and free of rubbish
and debris, which may create safety or fire nearly in
the designated area.
3.3. Working Plan
The Safety Committee shall prepare working plans for
the following works before the commencement of the construction
- Erection and/or assembling of equipment and/or structure
of which height is 30m and over.
- Scaffolding having the height of 10m and over which
is to be used for 60 days and longer.
- For works which the Committee judges as critical from
the viewpoint of safety.
The working plan shall include the organization, schedule,
construction equipment arrangement, scaffolding and
safety precaution as well as detailed execution plan
of the work.
Excavation must be fenced, barricaded, or otherwise
protected to prevent personnel from slipping or falling
into them. A thorough inspection of the protective system
shall be made once each day. Ladders or access slopes
shall be provided for working areas 1.5 meters or more
below the ground.
An excavation permit shall be obtained for any excavations
to be made adjacent to the facilities already constructed
before commencing the work to avoid damage to underground
cables or piping.
3.5. Posters and Signs
Posters and signs shall be adopted as visual aids for
accident and fire prevention. Posters shall be written
in English, Persian, or the main language of the workers.
They shall be conspicuously displayed. These posters
and sights shall not be removed or replaced until the
related work is completed.
3.6.1. Authorization & Work
Any work to be performed in a UNIT or AREA shall be
controlled by the Safety Manager, and needs work permit
before Commencement of the work.
184.108.40.206. Authorization during
During construction the Area manager shall ask the Safety
Manager specific authorization for following works:
a) Connection to the electric power network.
b) Connection to the water supply network.
c) Installation of stores to contain cylinder gases
highly flammable liquids; paint and similar hazardous
d) Installation of pits for the storage of sealed radioactive
e) Storage and use of explosives.
f) Excavation in restricted area (where electrical cables
and piping are laid).
g) Closure of site roads for the purpose of excavations
and other activities which will obstruct road traffic.
h) Connection to the sewer system.
220.127.116.11. Work Permits during
the Precommissioning of Plant
At certain stages of progress of a contract some areas
of a plant may be simultaneously occupied by several
interested groups of people.
They may be divided into three general categories, i.e.:
- Construction & Commissioning Supervision (Contractor)
- Construction Contractors.
- Employer's Operating Engineers (Employed).
In order to prevent dangerous situations arising through
the presence of persons working in these areas occupied
by Construction Contractor, by Employer Commissioning
personnel the responsibility for the safety of those
persons must be determined and agreed before the start
of the activity by al the parties concerned.
When the Commissioning Manager intend to carry out testing
or predommissioning or commission operations on the
plant, the responsibility for the area will be taken
over by the (designed) EMPOYER Area Manager who will
assume control of the area.
18.104.22.168. Procedure for the Issuance
of Work Permit:
The Commissioning Manager must advise the Site Manager
in writing that the plant or section of the plant (to
be clearly specified in writing) is to be designates
as a "Controlled Area" as from a given time
and date. The nature of the testing or precommissioning
or commissioning work to be carried out in that area
is to be stated.
Immediately the Resident manager will issue a Circular
to all Parties and will inform Contractor Personnel,
Construction Contractor Representative and Employer's
Representative that no work is to be carried out in
that area unless authorized by the issue of a work permit,
at that moment the Employer Area Manager will assume
control of the area.
The Construction Contractor shall ask the Work Permit
for any work to be carried out on the "Controlled
The ISSUING AUTHORITY (Employer AREA MANAGER) will indicate
the particulars of the precautions to be observed, and
will sign the Work Permit.
The person which will execute the work will have the
responsibility to observe the prescribed precautions
and will start the work only after that all the prescribed
checking has been carried out including the checks by
the EMPLOYER fire Brigade.
Warning notices should be posted at the approach to
the designated area including the remote ends of live
mains where these from part of the processes in the
22.214.171.124. Work Permits
- Function of a Work Permit
The issue of a Work Permit authorizes specific work
to be carried out under controlled conditions in restricted
- Controlled Areas
Controlled areas are locations which have been designated
as areas of special risk and where specific permission
is required before starting work.
Before under taking work of any description in a Controlled
Area it is necessary to apply for an abstain authorization
from the precommissioning / commissioning activities.
The Safety Committee shall coordinate with Employer
to issue the following categories of Permit to Work:
a) Hot Work Permit
Written authorization to carry out any type of work
activity, which introduces into a work area, a flame,
spark or heat which could cause ignition.
b) Cold Work Permit
A permit to authorize any type of work, other than hot
work, carried out in a defined area.
c) Excavation Permit
Permission to carry out excavation deeper than 0.3 meters
in a defined area. Hot or Cold Work Permits are still
required in addition to an Excavation Permit.
d) Electrical Permit
Written authorization to carry out work on electrical
network or equipment.
e) Radiography Permit
Substances or apparatus which emits ionizing radiations
shall not be brought into site without Employer Safety
Officers written approval.
In addition a radiography permit must be obtained before
the use of any such substance or apparatus on site.
f) Entry Into Confined Space Permits
A written permit authorizing work to be carried out
in any tank, vessel, flue or similar confined space
in which dangerous fumes, lack or oxygen of flooding
are liable to be encountered. The relevant areas will
be defined by the Employer.
The Safety Manager shall provide a daily / weekly forecast
of Permits to be applied for, including type of work,
interface activities, work areas, duration and manpower.
3.6.2. Fire Extinguisher
During the construction of the Project, fire extinguishers
shall be provided at their working area, especially
for construction of office buildings, control rooms,
substations and other buildings. Numbers and locations
of fire extinguishers to be prepared shall be approved
by the Safety Manager before the commencement of the
First aid facilities should be provided at
construction office area should nominate responsible
person for fist aid at the beginning of the construction
In the event that somebody injured while working on
the SITE, it is the Site Manager responsibility to notify
the Safety Manager immediately, and to be following by a
report in written within 24 hours.
In case of fire, the discoverer shall immediately
notify the Safety Manager. Persons working adjacent to the
site of the first shall immediately try to put out the
fire with fire extinguishers if the fire is small.
3.7.3. Accident Follow-up
The Safety Manager shall furnish with a written
accident report on all accident within 24 hours of
All accident shall be investigated by the Committee
and safety manager concerned immediately after occurrence
of accident to clarify the cause and to take corrective
measures against recurrence of similar accident on the
3.8. Accident Report
3.8.1. Accident Report
Accident Reports shall be prepared whenever the
following accidents occur:
1) Injury involving in loss of or damage to employees.
2) Disease including food poisoning.
3) Traffic accident, including that during off-duty
4) Accidents such as collapse, fire, theft, etc.,
involving in loss of and damage to machines and
3.8.2. Filing Blanks
The accident reports shall be filled up in the
1) Illustrate how the accident occurred.
2) Attach photographs of accident spot and other
detailed information such as home address, present address
and family members of injured workers in case of death or
3) Gas poisoning, food poisoning, traffic accident,
and other injury to any third party shall be including
category of injury Accident.
The Safety Manager shall prepare an accident report
on-the-spot investigation of the accident.
In case of serious accident, an accident report shall
be submitted to the Safety Committee, and the Project
Manager shall call an extraordinary meeting to find the
best way of countermeasures for presentation of recurrence
of the similar accident and inform of it's conclusion to
the area Manager to enforce them in their safety practice
for further construction work.
3.8.4. Monthly Accident Status
The Safety Manager shall prepare the Monthly Accident
Status Report at the end of the month, and shall submit it
to the Safety Committee as one of monthly construction
report. The report from shall be filed out as follows:
1) For total man hours, fill in actual working hours
2) For number of injuries, fill in number of
3) Injury Frequency, Severity and Mortality can be
calculated by following formulas (by USA – ANSI – 2 16.4 –
NUMBER OF RECORDABLE CASES x 200,000
FREQUENCY (F) =
NUMBER OF LOST WORKED DAYS
SENERITY (S) =
NUMBER OF DEATH CASES x 6,000 x 200,000
MORTALITY (M) =
3.8.5. Actions to be taken in
Fire and injure or other industrial accidents
involving in the loss of and damage to the workers or
equipment or facilities shall be notified to the parties
concerned and shall be further reported through the
Emergencies / communication Channel.
4. SAFETY EQUIPMENT
All workers shall wear suitable working clothes. Every
worker shall wear shoes and a safety helmet on the Site.
Safety helmet shall be used properly. Personal protective
equipment or devices shall be furnished as required, and
their use shall be enforced.
4.2. Sight and Face Protection
Working engaged in electric welding, cutting, or other
similar operations shall be required to wear helmets or
shields with filters of appropriate shade and gloves when
necessary. Workers engaged in grinding or similar work
shall be required to wear goggles with safety filters for
sight protection or face makes giving equal protection.
4.3. Safety Belt
Workers in hoppers, bins, or confines spaces or on
steep slopes, swinging scaffolds, structural steel, or
unstable work at an elevation 2 meters or more above the
ground shall be secured by safety belts and independent
5. TRAFFIC RULES
Only authorized personnel are permitted to operate
motorized equipment for the construction work. Operators
shall have a valid operator's license.
All vehicles shall be parked at the area designated by
Safety Manager expect vehicles in use for the construction
work. Roads which are narrow shall be open without any
obstruction at all times for easy access.
Motor vehicles and other mobile equipment shall not be
parked adjacent to, fire fighting equipment, building
exits, walkways, etc.
Trucks and other mobile equipment shall be constructed
to prevent material from falling off the equipment onto
the road. Any material spilled from the equipment shall be
removed from the street immediately.
Materials over hanging the end or sides of a vehicle
shall be marked with a red flag.
5.4. Speed Limit
All drivers shall obey the speed limit which is 25
kilometer per hour within the SITE unless otherwise
indicated by signs or boards approved by the Safety
6. WORK AT ELEVATED PLACES
Scaffolds, ramps, ladders, and platforms shall be
provided for all work to be done 2 meters or more above
Erection, replacing, and dismantling of scaffolds
ramps, and platforms shall be directed by the construction
Unauthorized persons shall be prohibited from entering
the construction area of scaffoldings, ramps, and
platforms. Safety ropes and caution signs like NO ENTRY
and DANGER OVERHEAD shall be displayed during the
Scaffolds, ramps, and platforms shall be kept free
grease, mud, or any other material, and shall be inspected
regularly every month, and any damaged or unsafe portions
shall be required or replaced by the immediately.
Safety nets shall be provided where scaffolds are
infeasible or unavailable, such as when assembling pipe
rack, stack, and structure.
All openings and ends of platforms located 2 meters or
more above the ground shall be barricaded or covered. Work
at high elevations without a safety belt or safety net
shall be prohibited.
6.2. Metal-Tube Scaffolding
The ground on which the uprights are to be erected
shall be firmly compacted. If the ground is uneven,
adjustable metal base plates shall be used.
In general, the spacing of the uprights shall not
exceed 1.8 meters longitudinally, and 1.5 meters in the
span direction. Joints of the uprights shall be in a line
but staggered. Metal fittings shall be secured and
tightened proper tools. The construction of this type
scaffolding shall be executed to follow the supplier's
6.3. System Scaffolding
The scaffold height generally shall not exceed 45
meters, but system scaffolding which exceeds 45 meters
shall be designed for the strength. The height of the
upright frame shall not exceed 2 meters, and the spacing
shall not exceed 1.8 meters. Upright frames shall be tied
to cross braces and ledger frames.
Braces shall be fixed by pins or screws to prevent
The spacing of ties or stays for other walls shall not
exceed 5 meters vertically and 5.5 meters horizontally.
System scaffolding shall be erected in accordance with
the manufacturer's specification.
6.4. Tank Scaffolding
Structural steel, straps bars for brackets, hooks and
hangers shall be free from any damage or corrosion.
Guardrails shall be wire rope not less than 9 mm in
diameter or steel pipe not less than 13 mm in diameter.
Nylon rope shall not be used.
Spacing between scaffold brackets shall not exceed 3.5
meters. Planks shall be supported at 2 points or even at 3
point, if necessary. All ladders shall be fixed to the
tank side wall at every 4 meters of height.
6.5. Material Handing
Materials, rubbish, and tools shall not be thrown from
upper levels to lower levels or to the ground. Excess
materials shall not be placed on the work floor or runway.
When lowering or moving materials on the ground,
suitable devices, such as a chute. Bag, container with a
rope, or a device tied securely with rope, shall be used.
During the work, the foreman shall carefully keep
watch, provide NO ENTRY and DANGER OVERHEAD signs, and
rope off the related work area for safety.
7. ELECTRICAL WORK
All electrical work shall be performed by qualified
and experienced workers. Equipment shall be locked or
secured to prevent by unauthorized persons.
Live parts of apparatus and writing shall be
effectively guarded to protect all workers or objects from
coming into contact.
All equipment and writing shall be checked daily by
the operator before starting work. All electrical circuits
shall be grounded. Warning signs or posters, such as
DANGER, NO ENTRY, shall be displayed at dangerous place,
such as power generator, switch boxes, and overhead or
7.2. Welding Machine
Before welding machines are used, insulation shall be
tested and certified to be in safe operating condition.
Automatic anti-electric shock is provided for all welding
machines and tested everyday before work is started.
7.3. Movable Wiring
Wiring shall be cab-type cable having a dielectric
strength of not less than the rated voltage of 600 volts.
Cable having ample capacity to the load shall be used.
All cables shall be installed away from any materials,
such as wire rope, steel-frame scaffold, etc, and cable
with any external damage shall not be used.
To prevent short circuits or electric shocks, special
precautions, such as grounding, shall be taken for wiring
work where metal scaffolds or steel structure are erected.
Grounding shall be insured by connecting the wire to as
earth rod buries firmly in the ground. Brass or steel
bolts and must shall be used for grounding terminals of
all electrical equipment.
The erection work plan and procedure shall be checked.
Warning signs of NO ENTRY and safety ropes shall be
provided around the erection working area. The strength
of the road and any obstacles on route of the crane
shall be checked. The road shall be reinforced and obstacles
removed, where required.
Only authorized person having a license shall be permitted
to operate the crane or to do slinging for lifting equipment.
Lifting work shall not be carried out during bad weather,
such as strong winds or rain.
All cranes and winches shall be tested, inspected regularly
each month. Cranes or winches shall be locked and broken
when not in operation.
8.2. Erection by Gin Pole
The gin pole shall be assembled by a mobile crane or
sub-gin pole, from the lower section to the upper section.
Based on the erection plan, the required number of guy
ropes (four being on the minimum) shall be installed
between the top of the gin pole and the man dead.
During installation of the guy rope, the pole shall
be supported by a mobile crane or sub-gin pole.
When dismantling the gin pole, a watchman shall be assigned.
The gin pole shall be dismantled carefully to prevent
it from falling or being damaged.
8.3. Rigging Work
Rigging work shall be performed under the direction
of an authorized foreman.
The lifting weight shall be the total weight of the
equipment or materials, crate, and lifting tackle.
Rope shall be of good quality, free from rust, corrosion,
and deformation. Wire rope shall be replaced when either
of the following critical conditions is observed:
1) Quantity of broken wires exceeds 10 percent of the
total in one strand.
2) Reduction in diameter exceeds 7 percent of the original.
Materials shall be lifted by at least 2 ropes, and the
sling angle shall not exceed 60 degrees.
The coefficient of safety for the main wire and other
rigging shall be 6 or more when it uses.
Padding shall be provided at sharp edges of materials
to be lifted to prevent the ropes and slings from being
damaged or cut.
A guy rope shall be provided especially for extra-long
or unstable special materials to be lifted.
9. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
Prior to use, all construction machinery and mechanized
equipment shall be inspected and tested by a competent
mechanical engineer and confirmed to be in safe operating
condition. Inspection and test shall be conducted at
least once a month to assure safe operation, and the
records shall be kept by the Safety Manager.
Any machinery or equipment found to be unsafe shall
not be used until the unsafe conditions have been corrected.
All repairs on machinery and equipment shall be executed
at a location designated for this purpose.
Machinery and equipment shall be operated only by designated
personnel. Machinery or equipment requiring a licensed
operator shall not be permitted to be operated without
such an operator. Machinery and equipment shall be locked
or secured to prevent their being started unauthorized
9.2. Safety Devices
All belts, gears, shafts, pulleys, sprockets, spindles,
flywheels, or other reciprocating, rotating, or moving
parts of equipment shall be provided with protective
guards to prevent contact by personal. All drums on
load-hoisting equipment shall be equipped with proper
ratchets positive locking devices.
A stopper shall be installed on the hook of the crane
to prevent the rope from slipping off.
All pressurized equipment and system shall be equipped
with approved safety or relief values and proper pressure
9.3. Pressurized Equipment
Any pressurized equipment or system confirmed to be
unsafe shall be tagged OUT OF SERVICE, DO NOT USE. Use
of such equipment shall be prohibited until the unsafe
condition is corrected.
Pressurized equipment shall be operated and maintained
only by qualified and authorized personnel.
It is advisable that the safety valve setting not exceeds
110 percent of the working pressure. The discharge from
safety valves, and blow offs shall be directed away
Gasoline or diesel engine equipment must not be refueled
while the engine is operating. Gasoline and fuel should
be dispensed through a pump and hose. Approved safety
cans may also be used.
10. HAND TOOLS
All hand tools shall be kept in satisfactory condition
and used only for the purpose for which they are designed,
prior to use; power tools shall be inspected and tested
to ensure safe operating conditions. Periodic inspection
shall be made to assure safe operating conditions.
When work is being carried out at an elevated position,
tools not in use shall be secured or placed in holders.
Flexible rubber cable shall be used for all portable
Waterproof connectors shall be used for cable connections.
10.2. Grinding Tools
Use of cracked or damaged grinding wheels shall be prohibited.
10.3. Pneumatic Tools
Air hoses shall be pressure-rated by the manufacture,
and pressure shall not be exceeded. Defective hoses
shall not be used. Compressed air shall be exhausted
from the line before disconnecting tools from the line.
11. WELDING AND CUTTING
All welding and cutting apparatus shall be inspected
Defective apparatus and equipment shall be replaced
Combustible materials, equipment such as gas cylinders,
rubber hoses, and debris shall be removed or shielded
from heat, sparks, and slag from welding and cutting.
Welding or cutting work at elevated places shall be
conducted only under safe conditions. A safety belt
shall be worn.
When welding or cutting in confined areas for a long
time, the space shall be well ventilated. During the
work, the concentration of oxygen in the air must be
greater than 18 percent. When working in a confined
area, the workers should at least be paired to avoid
11.2. Welding Work
All electric welding machines shall be effectively grounded.
The ground lead for the welding machine shall be mechanical
strong and electrically adequate for the service required.
Approved connectors shall be used to connect the welding
cable whenever welding work is suspended or the welder
leaves the construction area, the switch shall be turned
off and the welding rod disconnected from the holder.
11.3. Gas Work
Cylinders shall be stored in a well ventilated location
and shielded from direct sunlight with steel plates
or incombustible canvas.
Cylinders transported by crane, hoist, or derrick shall
be loaded on cradles, nets, or skid pans, but never
in slings or chains or by magnets.
Cylinder caps shall be in place when cylinders are in
storage, in transit, and whenever the regulator is not
Acetylene cylinders shall be in an upright position
during use and secured to prevent displacement.
Oxygen cylinders and fittings shall be kept away from
oil or grease and not handled by oily hands or gloves.
All connections between hose and torch, or regulator
shall be tightened rigidly with steel hose bands.
Pressure gauges with cracked glass or damaged regulators
shall be renewed.
Planning and procedure for radiography initially shall
Al procedures shall be thoroughly discussed by all related
person for familiarization.
All radiation equipment and radioactive materials shall
be stored, handled, transported, or disposed of so that
no person receives an unnecessary does of radiation.
Monthly inspections shall be made of radiation apparatus,
and the results shall be recorded and field by the Construction
Contractors for the required period. Shied ability of
the radioactive material container to be stored safety
after daily work shall be inspected every six month.
Radiography shall be performed under the direction of
the radiography supervisor responsible for this work.
A supervisor shall be appointed at every radiation area.
All workers should have extensive knowledge of the work,
such as radiation procedure, operation of radiation
apparatus, and the effects of radiation on the body.
12.4. Radiation Area
The area covered within a radius of 5 meters from the
radiation working spot or location shall be called the
Trespassing in this area shall be strictly prohibited.
Warning sign, labels, and safety ropes or a fence shall
be provided to prevent trespassing.
12.5. Radiation Work
Posters showing the rated power output, that radiation
is taking place, no entry allowed, and the danger be
displayed where radiation work is being carried out.
Before starting the radiations work, the restricted
area shall be checked to confirm that no unauthorized
persons are in the area and to reconfirm it during the
Radiation apparatus shall be operated by a radiation
supervisor or an assistant authorized by a radiation
All workers entering the restricted area shall wear
badges sensitive to radiation.
12.6. Storage of Radioactive
Radiation materials shall be stored separately from
other material or equipment. The storage place of radioactive
materials shall be 10 centimeters or more above the
ground and locked to prevent accident. Radiation materials
shall be stored in the container made of lead of ample
thickness with a lock.
12.7. Emergency Action
In case of trouble, accident, or loss of radioactive
materials, the following provisions shall apply:
1) When radioactive material is in an abnormal state
due to mechanical fault in the radiation apparatus,
the position of the radioactive material shall be checked
with a meter, and position shall be shielded by a lead
plate to prevent radiation from dispersing.
2) When a capsule or holder of radioactive material
is dropped, the area shall be designed a restricted
zone and zone shall be examined by a meter (Geiger counter).
3) When radioactive material is scatted from a broken
capsule, the contaminated area shall immediately be
declared a restricted zone.
4) All workers shall be evacuated immediately from an
area where hazardous radiation is forecast.
All personnel engaged in the construction work shall
pay much attention to maintenance of a clean and sanitary
condition in the construction area and temporary facility
The temporary sewer system, including septic tanks,
piping and manholes, will be provided and installed
prior to construction work.
Toilet facilities up to and including the connection
to the nearest manhole of the temporary sewer system
shall be provided and installed in the temporary facilities
area subject to prior approval of Employer. Toilet in
the construction area shall be of portable.
Toilet room shall be kept in good sanitary condition.
They shall be cleaned at least daily.
13.3. Refuse Disposal
The sufficient covered garbage containers should be
provided at all necessary places of their responsibility
to ensure adequate storage capacity during the construction
The containers shall be kept clean and empties when
full, but not less than once a day.
13.4. Epidemic Diseases
Whoever fined suspicious conditions of a person possibly
affected by an epidemic is disease, he must report immediately
to the Contractor's Administration Manager the name
of the person and necessary.
In a case of suspected food poisoning or an unusual
prevalence of any illness in which fever, diarrhea,
sore throat, vomiting, or jaundice is a prominent symptom,
Safety Manager must report the outbreak immediately
to the local Health Authority and office concerned.