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INTERNATIONAL GENERAL

CERTIFICATE Assessors marking sheet

(2011 specification)

IGC3 THE HEALTH AND

SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION

Date of practical application 01 / 02 / 2014Name of assessor

Course provider number822Course provider nameSafety Catch Safety Training & Consulting

Student number00217489Student nameVinod Kumar Ayilalath

CriteriaMaximum marks available Assessors marks awardedNEBOSH moderated marks

(if different)

1Completion of observation sheets

1.1Range and outline of hazards and consequences15

1.2Identification of suitable control measures and timescales15

2Report - Introduction and Executive Summary

2.1Introduction providing an overview of the chosen area5

2.2Executive summary5

3Report - Main findings of the inspection

3.1Quality of interpretation of findings 15

3.2Identification of possible breaches of international standards5

3.3Persuasiveness / conciseness / technical content 10

4Report - Conclusions and Recommendations

4.1Clear and concise conclusions which are clearly related to report findings and are effective in convincing management to take action15

4.2Recommendations which present realistic actions to improve health and safety in the chosen area15

TOTAL MARKS

Grades:100

IGC3 The Health and Safety Practical Application

Candidate and course provider declarations:

For completion by the candidate:

I declare that the work submitted for this practical application assessment ie. the completed observation sheets and the report to management, is my own work. I recognise that contravention of this statement constitutes malpractice and may result in my being subject to the penalties set out in the NEBOSH Malpractice policy.

Name (Print)Vinod Kumar AyilalathSignature

Date

For completion by a course provider representative (e.g. internal practical assessor):

I declare that the work marked is identical to that received from the candidate. I recognise that contravention of this statement constitutes malpractice and may result in my being subject to the penalties set out in the NEBOSH Malpractice policy.

Name (Print)

Signature

Date

For completion by the course providers internal practical assessor:

I declare that I have marked this work and am both qualified and approved by NEBOSH to do so. I recognise that contravention of this statement constitutes malpractice and may result in my being subject to the penalties set out in the NEBOSH Malpractice policy.

Name (Print)

Signature

Date

NB: This declaration must be completed in full submitted and retained with the candidates script. If this declaration is not submitted the candidates result may be declared void.

Outcome: PASS (60% or more)

REFER (less than 60%)

Date assessed ____ / ____ / ____

Assessors signature ______________________

Date received by course provider ____ / ____ / ____

Date received by NEBOSH

(if applicable) _____ / _____ / _____

Assessors additional comments on the practical application:ASSESSED BY (name in block letters)

The mark sheet must be retained by the Course Provider and sent to NEBOSH only if requested.

NEBOSH USE ONLY

NEBOSH Moderators comments:

INTERNATIONAL GENERAL

CERTIFICATE Candidates observation

(2011 specification)sheet

IGC3 THE HEALTH AND

SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION

Sheet number 01 of 13Student name: Vinod Kumar Ayilalath Student number : 00217489Place inspected: Power Boat Workshop, Indian Naval Academy Date of inspection 01 / 02 / 2014SerObservationsControl measures Timescale

01In the Spare Gear Store, the spares of the OBMs were found to be stacked in the racks in a cluttered way. Chances of the spares falling down, especially while searching for the spares or taking out one of the spares is very high. On interviewing the Storekeeper, it is understood that the problem is due to non-availability of sufficient racks. Also unserviceable items which are to be disposed of are also kept in the store. Some of the lubricants and oils which are highly inflammable were also found in the store room, The lubricants and oils to be shifted to the POL Store, which is designated to store such items

All used and unserviceable spares are to be removed from the store and to be disposed of.

05 Storage racks (Size Length 1.5 Mtr, Breadth 1 Mtr, Height 2 Mtr consisting of 04 shelves) to be provided to the store

Proper storing and labelling of the spares for easy identification and retrieval, thereby decreasing the workload.

Immediate

07 Days

1 Month2 Months

02Mobile Crane of 12 Ton Capacity used for lifting of boats from the jetty and placing in the workshop. The lifting, transporting and unloading of the boats in the workshop was done by the operator with the assistance of the slingsman and banksman. Following hazards were observed during the lifting/transporting/ unloading operation.

The crane during lifting of the boat was placed at a Ramp which has a slope of 20 degrees and leading to the backwaters. Operating the crane, at this slope even with the outriggers may cause the crane to topple with the load.

Lot of people were seen on the site, some of them watching the action, some visitors passing by through the site and even people giving advice to the crane operator. Uncontrolled and unwanted people at such sites are a hazard.

The crane operation for the lifting of boats is to be immediately stopped

The crane is to be positioned on a level area like the jetty

Proper barricading of the area is to be done to ensure unwanted persons will not enter the area during lifting / lowering of the boats

A safe method of work is to implemented for the lifting / lowering of the boatsImmediate

Immediate

02 Days

07 Days

03Adequate Light and Ventilation in the Power Boat workshopGood Practice. Much appreciated

INTERNATIONAL GENERAL

CERTIFICATE Candidates observation

(2011 specification)sheet

IGC3 THE HEALTH AND

SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION

Sheet number 02 of 13Student name: Vinod Kumar Ayilalath Student number : 00217489Place inspected: Power Boat Workshop, Indian Naval Academy Date of inspection 01 / 02 / 2014SerObservationsControl measures Timescale

04A metallic tank is placed in the workshop for taking trails of the repaired Outboard Motors (OBM). The tank is filled to half level accommodating almost 2 Tons of water. 04 OBMs which were repaired and trials completed satisfactorily were found to be mounted on the tank. The water in the tank is contaminated with oil from the OBMs. This contaminated water is a fire hazard due to the presence of oil. On interviewing the workers it is found that the water has not been changed during the last 02 months and hence stinking. This water is a biological hazard also.Water in the tank to be drained, tank cleaned and filled with fresh water

The repaired OBMs need to be mounted on the tanks only for trials. The OBMs are to be removed from the tank once the trials are completed. Remove all the OBMs of which trials completed.

Care to be taken to avoid spillage/ leakage of petrol and oils to the tank from the OBMs. Fire hazard, still persists and therefore adequate fire fighting arrangements to be ensured. Towards this 02 AFFF Extinguisher and 02 CO2 Extinguisher to be placed near the tank

Changing of the water after draining and cleaning

Immediate

02 Days

07 Days

Weekly

05Two painters were applying the second coat of an anti-fouling paint on the underwater hull part of a boat using brush. The antifouling paint was toxic due to the content of tin in it. The painters were not having much problem in their work because they were used to that paint though they had some problem in going below the boat which was placed on the cradles and only 3 feet ground clearance was available. The painters were not using any personal protective equipment for handling the toxic paint, which is a hazard to their health. Again the space constraints and working in the hot sun is a hazard to painters.

Stop the painting work

Proper PPE like Overalls, Gloves to be provided to the painters.

The painters to be educated about the ill health problems of the toxic paints. Also required PPEs to be provided to the painters and encouraged to use them.

Antifouling paints are generally toxic (due to the content of tin) to prevent the biological growth on the hull of boats. These toxic paints to be replaced with organic antifouling paints

A separate painting bay with proper lighting and ventilation and facility to lower and lift the boats to adjust the height of the boats to be provided. This will reduce the ergonomic problems faced by the painters.

Immediate.

1 Week

1 Month

3 Months 6 Months

INTERNATIONAL GENERAL

CERTIFICATE Candidates observation

(2011 specification)sheet

IGC3 THE HEALTH AND

SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION

Sheet number 03 of 13Student name: Vinod Kumar Ayilalath Student number : 00217489Place inspected: Power Boat Workshop, Indian Naval Academy Date of inspection 01 / 02 / 2014SerObservationsControl measures Timescale

06Petrol and Diesel sto