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1 - Driving Airside GAL Driving Regulations Site Safety, Health & Environmental Customer Site / Area / Building Activity/ Work to be undertaken Date Customer H&S contact at site Project / Job Reference Number (where applicable) 01/04/2017 n/a See Appendix 1 for Risk rating table and Appendix 2 for Guidance Note Hazard (The list below is not exhaustive and additional hazards should be added as appropriate) Driving Airside GAL Driving Regulations Engine Blast Hazard Engine Suction/ Ingestion Hazard Comments / Additional information (e.g specific area, people affected) Awareness of Engines Running Awareness of Engines Running Risk Evaluation New Risk Evaluation L S RR1 L S RR2 Control Measure & Responsibility (KC or Customer) CDI staff have firm instructions to only drive on vehicle apron routes adjacent to airside buildings, as they have no requirement to drive in the vicinity of aircraft engine blast areas in the support of BA s IT equipment CDI staff are issued with firm instructions to take extreme care when driving on the apron in the vicinity of aircraft engine intakes, while aircraft are parking on stands and will always observe warning cones. Transportation of Awareness of the carriage of CDI do not carry any dangerous goods as part of our IT 2 2 4

2 Dangerous Hazardous Goods dangerous goods support services activities. CDI only carry small tools and replacement IT equipment e.g. Cisco Routers/switches. Taxi Crossover Awareness of Taxi Crossover CDI staff are instructed not to use Taxi crossovers and there should be no reason for CDI to be driving in taxi crossover areas. Should CDI have to use these in the event of road closures CDI would observe the strict taxi crossing procedures, always giving way to aircraft movements. CDI will make sure vehicle hazard beacons are turned on. Night Time Driving Unattended Vehicles Awareness of additional hazards when driving at night Awareness on where to park and leave vehicles CDI staff would adhere to night time driving procedures, using dipped headlamps at all times and hazard beacons if having to drive on taxiways/crossings CDI staff to make sure vehicles are only parked in marked bays and vehicles are turned off and locked when left unattended. All CDI vans have contact phone numbers printed on each side of vehicle in the event of GAL staff needing to contact driver of unattended vehicles Aircraft collision & Avoidance Emergency Numbers & Contacts Airside Road & Taxiway Crossing Priorities Awareness of Avoidance of Aircraft collision Awareness of whom to contact in the event of an emergency. Awareness of Airside Road & Taxiway hazards CDI do not have any requirement to drive near aircraft in our IT support activities. CDI staff are issued with firm instructions to take extreme care when driving on the apron in the vicinity of aircraft and only drive on the designated roads keeping well clear of aircraft movement areas CDI are issued with GAL, Emergency Services and CDI H&S representatives contact numbers stored on their company mobile phones. CDI are briefed to always report emergencies immediately, to the emergency services, followed by GAL and CDI H&S representatives CDI staff are issued with firm instructions to take extreme care and when driving on the aprons and should only need to use Taxiway crossing should there be road closures. Should CDI have to use crossings, in the event of road R.A. 60 Page 2 of 6 Issue: 2

3 Adverse Weather Road Closures Awareness of additional hazards in adverse weather Awareness of Road Closure Hazards closures CDI would observe the strict taxi crossing procedures and always give way to aircraft at all times CDI staff will take extreme care is adverse driving conditions by using dipped headlamps, reducing speed in rain, snow and hail. In the event of lightening strikes CDI staff are briefed to stay within airport buildings while storm passes CDI staff will observe divert routing signs and driving with extreme care on alternative routes Foreign Object Debris Jet Blast Ingestion Noise Pollution Fire Training Load Security Operating in a Construction area Passenger Evacuation Awareness of foreign object debris hazard Awareness of Jet Blast Ingestion hazard Awareness of Noise pollution e.g. running aircraft engines Awareness of attended fire training Awareness of carry vehicle loads security Awareness of additional hazards while working on construction areas Awareness of possible passenger evacuations may occur CDI staff are briefed to take extreme care to take all reasonable steps to avoid contact with foreign debris. e.g. fallen baggage from trolleys, oil spills and other debris CDI staff have firm instructions to only drive on vehicle apron routes adjacent to airside buildings, as they have no requirement to drive in the vicinity of aircraft engine blast areas in the support of BA s IT equipment CDI staff are issued with PPE ear defenders which they are required to wear when moving around out their vehicles at apron level All CDI staff are required to attend fire training prior to being allowed to work at the airport CDI only carry small hardware items in enclosed vehicles only and have no requirement to carry heavy loads in our IT support services CDI will comply with all CDM processes and procedures to ensure compliance with CDM regulations. All CDI staff are trained by CDI H&S manager for CDM awareness CDI staff are briefed to always give way to passenger and other pedestrians when driving on the apron and are aware there could be high number of passengers evacuated from either aircraft of airport buildings Vehicle Condition Awareness of required CDI staff perform weekly checks of all vehicles including R.A. 60 Page 3 of 6 Issue: 2

4 vehicle condition for driving on aprons Lights, Brakes, Tyres, Steering, Horn, Washer/wipers, Bodywork Fluid Leaks and Suspension. CDI vehicle policy requires only vehicles under 4 years of age are allowed to be used. Vehicles are serviced at regular intervals as per manufactures servicing schedule.. Assessor (Name) Signature Date Customer Representative (Name) Where appropriate Signature Date R.A. 60 Page 4 of 6 Issue: 2

5 APPENDIX 1 - RISK RATING TABLE Likelihood Imminent / Certain Very Likely Likely Unlikely Very Unlikely Practically Impossible Severity Many fatalities (5 people or over) Multiple fatalities (Up to 5 people) Fatality Major work related injury or illness (RIDDOR Reportable e.g break, amputation or injury resulting in absence from work of over 3 days) Lost Time work related injury or illness (Any injury resulting in absence from work up to and including 3 days) Total Score Recommendation 0 to 15 Considered normal day to day risk (action not necessary) 16 to 30 Considered LOW risk 31 to 45 Considered MEDIUM risk 46 to 60 Considered HIGH risk 60 plus Seek specialist advice from the SHE team Minor work related injury / ill health (First aid injury e.g cut, bruise etc. not resulting in absence from work) Most Effective 1. Eliminate 2. Substitute 3. Automate 4. Mechanise Hierarchy of Control (left to right most effective to least effective) 5. Enclose / remove people 6. Guard 7. SHE Safe System of Work 8. Supervision 9. Training 10. Information / Instruction Least Effective 11. PPE R.A. 60 Page 5 of 6 Issue: 2

6 APPENDIX 2 - GUIDANCE NOTES It is the policy of CDI to assure, as far as is practicable, the Health and Safety of all staff, sub-contractors and all who have occasion to have access to the areas in which works are being carried out by CDI. An essential element of the CDI SHE Policy is the requirement to conduct risk assessments of the workplace and to put in place safe systems of work and necessary control measures. This document has been developed to enable us to do this. The document shows many of the hazards that CDI is likely to meet in its business activities in the form of a checklist. Against each of these is also the applicable legislation relevant to the hazard. The risk rating for each hazard identified should be assigned from the Risk Rating Table above. When completing the form electronically, delete hazards that are not relevant by deleting the column. The Likelihood and Severity should then be multiplied to give a risk rating 1 (RR1). The control measures for each hazard should be recorded and then the last column is to be completed to show the new risk rating (RR2) after the control measures are in place. RR2 should be compared against the Recommendation Table. In the event that all risks identified are low (Risk Score 0-15), a statement shall be entered to reflect these findings. A suitable statement would be All risks that have been identified and assessed during this risk assessment are normal day to day risk and therefore no control measures need to be implemented. It is the responsibility of the CDI Project Manager or Project Co-ordinator to ensure that a suitable and sufficient Project / Site SHE is carried out and the necessary control measures are put in place, before the works commence. The Customer s Safety Representative has a legal obligation to provide all necessary detail on hazards known to be present in the areas where the works will be conducted and should therefore be involved in the risk assessment. If employees have any queries in relation to the or hazards / control measures identified, they should contact a member of the SHE team. Copies of all Forms are to be copied to the Project or Safety File, as appropriate. R.A. 60 Page 6 of 6 Issue: 2

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