# my question is about safety what is the hazards that the workers might face

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SAFE 212 HAZARD PREVENTION MANAGEMENT I ASSIGNMENT #4 (75 pts) Unit 3 Project: Risk Assessment Due to April 25th, 2019 in D2L by 10:00 am A. RISK ASSESSMENT (50 pts) Company ABC has 16-year-old of experience in the construction sector and primarily builds foundations and installs roof shingles. The company has been contracted to install a new roof in a 2-story house with a pitched roof of 12”/12”. The company will assign a crew of four workers and one foreman to perform this job. The workers will use nail guns to install shingles over an old layer of shingles. The highest point of the roof is 25 ft, and the lowest is 12 ft (see figure below). It is estimated that work will last two weeks. The job is scheduled to be performed in July. The average temperature in this area during July is about 90o F. Workers will work from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. The supervisor wants to take advantage of this job to train two new crew members who are 18 and 20-year-old respectively. With the information provided in this case study: 1) Identify and describe in detail THREE potential hazards that worker will be exposed while conducting this job. (20 pts) 2) For each hazard, identify the worst credible case scenarios? Explain the scenarios (15 pts) Using the severity and probability ratings discussed in class (qualitative or semiquantitative): 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Estimate the actual risk-severity rating you would give to each hazard Explain why. (10 pts) Estimate the actual risk-probability rating you would give to each hazard. Explain why. (10 pts) Using a risk matrix present the risk levels for each hazard. (5 pts) Recommend how to avoid each hazard. (5 pts) Recommend how to mitigate each hazard. (5 pts) Recommend how to transfer each hazard. (5 pts) 12”/ 12” 12 ft 24 ft ...
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HAZARDS WORKERS MAY FACE AT THE WORKPLACE

Hazards Workers may face at the Workplace
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HAZARDS WORKERS MAY FACE AT THE WORKPLACE
Hazards Workers May Face at the Workplace
Three potential Hazards
Many fatal injuries to workers happen at the construction site as they face different types
of hazards. First, the workers of ABC company meet working at height risk. As stated, the
highest point of the roof is 25ft which is a bit high and workers face the risk of falling from the
height. Second is manual and material handling risk. Ladders are also another source of fatalities
at the ...

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