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MRICHT-BAM-xx-xx-HS-EL-00001-S0-P01-HEML Rev 2 2018-03-05_

MRICHT-BAM-xx-xx-HS-EL-00001-S0-P01-HEML Rev 2 2018-03-05_

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the company) - note this to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] n/a can be more than one
n/a
1.0 Existing Structures below ground level n/a discipline
n/a
Are there any existing below ground structures?
n/a
Are there any existing deep chambers?
n/a
Are there any existing tunnels?
n/a
Are there any existing below ground fuel tanks on n/a
the site with or without fuel in them?
Are the existing below ground structures in poor
structural condition?
Are the existing below ground structures likely to
become unstable under construction vehicle
loading?
Are there likely to be any harmful or explosive
gases within existing below ground structures?
Are there any contaminants within below ground
structures such as harmful chemicals or asbestos?

Is there any rodent infestation within below ground n/a

structures?
Is there any biological contamination within existing n/a

below ground structures? n/a
Are there any open topped structures below

ground level without edge protection?

Are there any wells on the site? n/a

Are there likely to be any features of n/a

archaeological interest on the site? Reinforced concrete duct bank All on site, electrocution, cutting vital Low Foundations and other sub-structures positioned to be away Low
Are there any other existing below ground Mansard Roof utility supplies to main hospital
Struct Eng Avoid from the the bank of ducts. Construction Residual
structures hazards not listed above? All on site, undermining mansard roof Struct Eng
2.0 Existing structures above ground structure and slates. Mansard roof left intact and steel structure positioned to be

Are there any existing above ground structures on Low Avoid away from roof. Low Construction Residual

the site? n/a
Are any parts of the existing above ground

structures (including boundary walls) structurally

unstable?
Is there any post-tensioned concrete in the existing n/a

structures? n/a
Is there any high alumina cement in the existing n/a
structures?
Are there any existing above ground fuel tanks on

the site with or without fuel in them?

Are there any contaminants within existing n/a

structures such as harmful chemicals or asbestos?

Is there any rodent infestation within existing n/a

above ground structures?

Is there any biological contamination within existing n/a

above ground structures? Erect temporary scaffolding. Commence removal upon Construction /
completion of Level D floor deck. Demolition
Do any of the existing structures have fragile roofs Bottom of existing mansard. Contractor - falling from height. BAM Medium Reduce Medium Open

or roof lights? Contractor - Live electrical cables or BAM
installations encountered in the wall BAM
Has structural deterioration, partial demolition or n/a construction and ceiling voids and

vandalism left any areas without adequate edge floor construction.
All on site within 3m Clarendon
protection. façade/quench discharge points
Have existing timber structures been weakened by n/a

fungal or insect attack.

Are any of the existing components insecure or n/a

likely to be dislodged by the wind?
Are there any live services within existing above

ground structures?

Live electrical items and services in the Medium Reduce Existing site information to be made available to contractor, PC Medium Construction / Open
vicinity of the work areas. Medium Control to check with electrical cable detector before stripping in each Medium Demolition

Is there any dangerous plant or machinery within Clinical equipment - Level B MRI scanners area in accordance with (HSG47).
the existing structures? and their quench pipes
Aluminium scaffold to be erected to prevent unauthorised
access into the Guass field zone - permit to work then required All Open

to work from scaffold.

Are there any other hazards associated with n/a

existing above ground structures not listed above?

3.0 Interface with adjacent properties, general public and off-site operations General public - Risk of injury from Medium Hoarding to be erected around site with controlled contractor Medium
Do pedestrians have right of way close to or unattended materials and tools. Risk of access. Temporary gate and opening to access contractor’s
adjacent to the site? fall. Collision with traffic. Risk of injury BAM Reduce Construction / Open
compound area is to be installed in hoarding. This area is to be Demolition
Pedestrian Movement around the site. on site from falling equipment, fully protected from unauthorised access for the duration of
Are there any public right of ways across the site? n/a working from height, Cuts and works. Provide protection of personnel / items falling from high

abrasions. level.

Are there any restrictions on grounds of health and Due to height of exisitng buildings and the use of

safety to cranes oversailing adjoining property? mobile cranes only (not tower cranes or self

erecting tower cranes) the crane cannot boom

over existing buildings

Is it legally or physically impractical for a contractor n/a
to get access to work on boundary walls from the n/a
neighbours’ side?
Does the location of the access off the public
highway affect the safety of pedestrians and road
users?

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of Medium control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the company) - note this to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] can be more than one

1.0 ExistIisngthSetrbuuctiludrinegs bcelolsoewtgoropurenmdisleevsetlhat are sensitive discipline

to noise, dust and vibration etc such as hospitals All material to be bagged up within the designated area and then
removed off site in sealed bags. Create temporary dust proof
and schools? hoardings to segregate phases of work from completed phases.
The work also involves linking in to the existing level D theatre
suite therefore is likely to disrupt the clinical services as works Medium
progress. Regular visual inspection, provide adequate barriers
Strip out works and noisy activities. Contractor, Staff, Patients BAM Reduce with warning signs and lighting to safeguard the staff and the Construction / Open
workers. Out of hours work will reduce disruption to the Demolition
existing clinical services.

Medium

Existing magnetic fields from Level B Staff, Patients - risk of interference with BAM Control The Contractor should take this in to consideration and co-
scanners. imaging. ordinate the works on site with the Trust. Out of hours / planned

work will reduce disruption to the existing clinical services.

Will there be interfaces with any third party
construction operations at the beginning, during, or
towards the end of the works? For example site
enabling works and fit out works by others.

Medium Prior to removal of hatch, provide a secure area for a suitably Medium
Medium sized crane and an area to set-down the hatch up on removal.
Delivery and installation of specialist Contractor, Operatives, Staff - Potential Provide adequate temporary barriers at roof level with warning Construction /
equipment (3T MRI). of falling through when roof hatch is signs and lighting to safeguard the staff and the workers prior to Demolition /
temporarily removed. Crane lifts. Maintenance
removal of the hatch. Helicopters landing / take-offs to be
considered.

Specialist Designer Reduce Residual

Will there be any sectional handovers that will All material to be bagged up within the designated area and then
mean an interface with the occupiers' operations removed off site in sealed bags. Create temporary dust proof
and access? hoardings to segregate phases of work from completed phases.
The work also involves linking in to the existing level D theatre
suite therefore is likely to disrupt the clinical services as works Medium
progress. Regular visual inspection, provide adequate barriers
Works within live hospital environments. Contractor, Staff, Patients BAM Reduce with warning signs and lighting to safeguard the staff and the Construction / Open
workers. Out of hours work will reduce disruption to the Demolition
BAM existing clinical services.
BAM
Will works impede the means of escape from n/a BAM
nearby premises or restrict access to them by
4.0 Acceesms feorrgseanfecycovneshtirculecst?ion Struct Eng
Struct Eng
At any point along the perimeter of the site, is n/a

there insufficient space to erect a scaffold between

the building and the boundary?
Vandalism

General Public - Potential of vandalism Medium Reduce Extra precautions with lighting and site security required. Medium Construction Open
and break in onto site Medium Additional protection to provide around the scaffolding. Medium

Is space for manoeuvring vehicles on site likely to All on site - potential risk of pedestrians Low Low
be restricted? and vehicles coming into contact
All on site - should storage create Low
Is space for site accommodation and storage likely Yes housekeeping issues Low Avoid Full segregation required Construction Open
to be restricted? Yes - storage Control Pre plan storage and weekly reviews Construction Open

Does the location of structures or below ground n/a
services mean excavating through areas of
contaminated ground? Reinforced Concrete duct , potable water All on site, electrocution, cutting vital
Does the location of structures or below ground lines, foul and surface water drainage utility supplies to main hospital Low
services mean excavating close to existing live GPR survey conducted, foundations positioned away from
services? lines. building. Avoid services. Recommend hand excavation around services. Construction Residual

Is the location of structures or below ground Foundations, drainage pipes All on site, occupants of adjoining Founding levels and drainage designed to be no deeper than Low
services likely to mean undermining, surcharging or building. existing footing levels.
excessively vibrating adjacent structures? Construction Residual

Are the works likely to prevent natural dispersal of n/a
storm water or allow ingress of storm water where
previously not possible?
5.0 Site Works

Are the works likely to prevent natural dispersal of n/a
storm water or allow ingress of storm water where n/a
previously not possible? n/a
Will earth moving or other works affect the stability
of existing earth retaining structures by increasing
or decreasing surcharge loads?
Is it likely that temporary construction loads will
endanger the stability of new retaining structures?

Are suspended slabs and retaining walls designed n/a
to accommodate construction traffic?

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Low Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the company) - note this Medium to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] can be more than one

1.0 ExistDinogeSstrtuhcetulorceastbioenloowf sgtrrouuctnudrelesvoerlbelow ground n/a discipline

services mean excavating through areas of BAM
BAM
contaminated ground? External raking columns foundations. Excavation close to duct bank. Contractor to use a shoring method to prevent undermining
Does the location of structures or below ground duct bank.

services mean excavating close to existing live All foundations Contractor - Existing egg sewer and Avoid Foundations moved away from egg sewer, contractor to use a
services? duct bank structure may be Control shoring method to prevent earth falling in to the deep
Will the designed levels of pad foundations mean
deep excavation? n/a
Does the design of ground beam reinforcement

make its prefabrication impractical?
6.0 Water related hazards

Is the site on or near the coast? n/a

Are there any lakes, ponds or reservoirs on or near n/a

the site? n/a
Is their any marshland on or near the site?

Are there any natural watercourses such as n/a

streams, rivers or estuaries running across or close

to the site?
Are there any non-natural watercourses on the site n/a

or close to it such as canals, flood relief channels

or drainage ditches?
Are there any natural underground watercourses or n/a

springs on or near the site?

Are there any culverted or aqueducted n/a

watercourses on or near the site? n/a
Are there any docks, harbours or marinas on or

near the site?
Are there any swimming pools on or near the site? n/a

Are there any river or coastal flood defence n/a

structures on or near the site?

Are there any other water related structures such n/a

as derricks, locks, weirs, or sluices on or near the

site?
Is there any deep or fast flowing water on or near n/a

the site? n/a
Are there any areas of tidal water on or near the

site? n/a
Does the level of the water table mean that

excavations will fill with groundwater?
Does the site or surrounding area have a history of n/a

flooding?
7.0 Piling Operations

Are there any hazards associated with getting a n/a

piling rig to the site or manoeuvring it to the points

where piles will be placed?
Is the ground unable to maintain the stability of a n/a

piling rig?
Is the “spin-off” of debris from augered piling likely n/a

to be within range of other construction activities or

the general public?
Do concrete pile heads have to be broken down, n/a

thereby necessitating working methods that

eliminate or minimise the use of hand held vibrating

Itos ovlisb?ration from driven piles likely to endanger the n/a

stability of nearby structures?
Is noise and vibration from driven piles likely to be n/a

detrimental to the health of anyone on or close to

the site?
Are there any other piling related hazards not listed n/a

above?
8.0 Superstructure

Are cranage or hoisting restrictions likely to require Crane lifts may conflict with helicopters

the minimizing of component sizes or special landing / take-offs above Jubilee Wing.
localised in situ work?

Medium Medium

Contractor, Staff, Patients BAM Reduce Trust to notify the contractor of expected landings/take-offs. Construction / Residual
Contractor BAM Control Contractor to provide method statements indicating actions to Demolition / Closed
Maintenance
be taken during lifting proccess.
Construction
Splices in the external inclined circular
hollow columns.

Low Low

Medium The external colums to be shop welded together prior to
Medium transportation to site.
Medium
Can the way components are prefabricated help to n/a
minimise high level working during site erection?

Is the structure likely to be temporarily unstable External Inclined columns stability during Contractor BAM Control Contractor to check the foundations to take the over turning Closed
BAM Control moment from just letting the column stand freely.
during the course of construction? construction with no temporary BAM Medium
Contractor to follow this sequence of works in order for the load Medium
propping. paths to be as per the design intent. Construction

Are there any special erection sequences that Construction sequence is as: Contractor

must be followed? 1 - Cast Pad foundations with cast in Construction Open

Has any part of the structure been designed for starter bars for ground beams and holding

n/a

temporary site purposes? e.g. an area of floor

strengthened as temporary loading bay? Cantilevered floor deck at level D. Install temporary fall arrest systems to protect workforce falling
Are there any unusual methods of construction from height and to prevent equipment and debris from free-
falling.
that have particular hazards associated with them? Medium

e.g. 'top-down" construction? Contractor - falling from height. Reduce Construction Open

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of Medium control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Medium Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the company) - note this to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] can be more than one Medium
n/a Contractor - collapse of frame during Medium Control Full erection sequnce to be established by subcontractor and Low Construction Closed
1.0 ExistWinigll Sthtreucsthuarpees boef laonwygorfotuhnedslteeveellmembers make n/a erection discipline Avoid reviewed by Structural Engineer
them difficult to sling when lifting? Struct Eng Medium Low
Will any of the bolted connection be difficult to Yes to suit columns Contractor - work at height Off site paint application
access, particularly those at high level? Yes BAM
Are there any special erection sequences that
must be followed? BAM Construction Closed
Specialist Designer
Could the high level painting and fire protection of
steelwork be minimised by pre-application offsite? BAM

Will the shape of any of the steel members make n/a
them difficult to sling when lifting? n/a
Will any of the bolted connection be difficult to n/a
access, particularly those at high level?
Will the layout and spacing of structural members
make it difficult attach temporary handrails during
floor, roof and wall construction?

Is there likely be any avoidable site welding or n/a

cutting that could be reduced by appropriate

prefabrication of components? n/a
Will it be difficult to reach the external faces of

perimeter beams and columns to safely erect and

strike formwork, particularly at high level? n/a
Where craning is impractical, is it likely that the

weight of any reinforcement will be too great for

manual handling? n/a
If composite floors are used, is it likely that

temporary propping of the profiled steel decking will

be required to accommodate construction live load

or the load from the wet concrete? Contrtactor - dropping of load
When pre-cast concrete floor units and staircases Yes Contractor
Contractor - falling from height.
are used, is it likely that they will require lifting Low
Contractor
points cast in to hold them securely during lifting Avoid Cast in designed lifting points withon precast concrete units Construction Closed
Control
and installation? Yes Work to specialist desingers installation guidanceand install
When pre-cast concrete floor units and staircases with specialist sub contractor

are used, is there anything that must be taken into Low

account during installation in order to avoid Construiction Closed

9.0 Elevaintisotanbsility?

Where space for scaffolding is restricted, is it n/a

practical to use pre-fabricated façades craned in

and fixed from inside the building avoiding the

nDeoeadnfyorofatnheexintedrnivaidlusacal cffoomldp?onents listed below Window frames, DGUs, Cladding panels,
weigh more that 20 kg and require a degree of concrete coping units
manual handling?

Standard masonry blocks?

Pre-cast features?

Secondary steelwork? Medium

Shelf angles?

Lintels? Install temporary fall arrest systems to protect workforce falling
from height and to prevent equipment and debris from free-
Window frames and curtain? falling.

Curtain wall components? Reduce Construction

Double glazed and other glass units? All hot and cold rolled sections

Low Low

BAM Control Safe lifting measures required to position and install the hot and Construction Open
colled rolled sections as each one of them weighs more than
BAM 20kg each.
Arch
Is it likely that pre-cast features will require cast-in n/a
lifting eyes or pockets? n/a
Are pre-cast features likely to be temporarily
unstable during installation or while awaiting n/a
following trades?
Are there any canopies, cornices, brises, soleils,
deep eaves overhangs or other designed
projections from the elevations that will interfere
with cranage or close access by mobile platforms?

10. Roofing

When profiled metal roofing is used, is the inner n/a

liner sheet incapable of taking foot traffic? (Unlike

composite panels that provide an immediate

Wwohrekinngprpolfailtefodrmme.)tal roofing is used, is the sheet n/a

profile likely to be a trip hazards during construction

or maintenance? Single-ply finish to flat roof. Contractor - risk of slipping during
Is the slope of the roof and its lack of slip construction phase.

resistance likely to be a hazard during construction Medium The Contractor should take this in to consideration and co- Medium
ordinate the works on site accordingly. The residual risk is
or maintenance?
eliminated by the provision of designated walkways.
Reduce Construction Open

Will any gutters be incapable of taking foot traffic at n/a
any time during construction or maintenance?

Are any parts of the roof covering or the roof lights n/a Contractor, Operatives - burns. Medium Reduce Contractor to carry out their risk assessments and provide Medium Construction
relevant method statements prior to carrying out the works.
not "man-safe”? Roof level - single ply membrane requires
Are there any fire hazards associated with the hot air welding.

roofing materials e.g. hot asphalt, torch-on etc?
11.0 Interior

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of Medium control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Low Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the Contractors, Operatives - risks of injury. company) - note this to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] Yes - external and internal fabric. can be more than one
Contractor Reduce Contractor to carry out their risk assessments and provide Medium
1.0 ExistDinogaStnryucotfutrheesibnedlioviwdugarol cuonmdpleovneelnts listed below n/a discipline relevant method statements prior to carrying out the works.
weigh more that 20 kg and require a degree of Construction
manual handling? Yes - all upper floors and staircase Arch
Standard masonry blocks? Low
Pre-cast features? n/a BAM
Secondary steelwork? Reduce Ensure specialist design completed in line with programme Construction Closed
Lintels?
Large glazed units?
AOrtehethr ecoremapnoynelanrgtseupsredfaibnrtiecarntaeldly?units, such as
prefabricated toilet pods?
Can relevant design information be released in
time to allow pre-cast or in-situ stairs to be used as
permanent access on site early on in the works?

Does the height of the building mean a secondary
means of escape is required during construction?

Can relevant design information be released in n/a
time allow parts of the fire protection and
compartmentation used to protect fire escape Access to existing theatre panel in Theatre Staff, Patients - Access to the rear of the

3 / new Cardiac Theatre. theatre panel is currently provided

from the large store room. This will be Medium Medium

intermittently inaccessible during the Medium Medium
Medium Medium
phased works. Medium The Contractor should take this in to consideration and co-
Medium ordinate the works on site with the Trust. Low
BAM Medium Control Low Construction
Arch Contractor to carry out their risk assessments and provide Low
12.0 External Works Arch Reduce relevant method statements prior to carrying out the works.
BAM Reduce Maintenance contractor to carry out their risk assessments and
Are weights of external works materials kept to a Kerbs Contractors, Operatives - risks of injury. BAM Control provide relevant method statements prior to carrying out the Construction
minimum, e.g. paving slabs, kerbs? BAM Reduce Maintenance
Will external landscaping layouts affect access for Existing levels fall away from the extension Maintenance Control Lifting plan to be developed. Future plant replacement strategy -
cleaning and maintenance? therefore MEWP or cherrypicker will BAM sPePcEtimonuastl.be worn at all times. Permit to work system to be
13.0 Services adopted. Ensure 2 persons are in close contact/proximity to
BAM avoid entrapment/allow assistance to be sought. Contractor to
Is there any unusually high level working; e.g. Plantrooms are located at high level. Risk to contractors & general public BAM Lifting plan to be developed. Future plant replacement strategy - Construction Construction
BAM sectional. Construction Construction
equipment mounted externally or atria? (within vicinity) associated with lifting BAM Construction Construction
Is there any confined space working; e.g. roof Interstitial voids have a reduced ceiling Risk to contractors working within BAM

voids, chambers, basements, congested plant height. voids - potential injuries.

rooms? AHUs, Humidifiers, Ductwork, Risk to contractors and maintenance
Is there any unusually heavy equipment; e.g.

transformers, switchgear, boilers, tanks, motors, Attenuators, DBs & UPS equipment will engineers - potential major
pumps, pre-fabricated elements?
Is there an unusually high risk of electrocution, fire, nn/eaed to be lifted into high level injuries/fatalities.

explosion or contact with noxious substances?

Can any measures be taken to minimise site n/a

chasing for services?
Are there any implications of services being made n/a

live during construction phase?
Does the location of below ground services mean n/a

excavating through areas of contaminated

ground? External excavation areas. Damage to services & potential Medium Control Existing record drawings to be reviewed. Contractor to carry out Low Contractor Contractor
Does the location of below ground services mean electrocution. own survey of services and proposed routes of new services.

excavating close to other live services? n/a
Is the location of below ground services likely to

mean the undermining of adjacent structures? n/a
Will there be any deep excavation for services?

Are there any below ground chambers requiring n/a

deep excavation e.g. backdrop manholes, storm-

14.0 SerwviacteeRr iastetersnuation tanks, fuel tank etc?

Does the amount of services within the risers mean n/a

working in confined spaces at any point?
Is fall protection necessary at access into service n/a

risers?
Are there any excessive distances between access n/a

points into service risers? For example, where

access is not provided at every floor level?

15.0 Cleaning, maintenance and replacement of building services

Is frequent maintenance required to any of the AHUs located within Plantrooms. Potential trip hazards due to ductwork Stepovers to be installed to allow for future access.
routes. Reduce
following items of roof mounted plant and if so how
Risk to contractors working within
is it accessed? voids. Low Low Construction Construction
Medium
Air handling units? Potential minor injuries due to
restricted access for future Low
Chillers? maintenance.

Fans? PPE must be worn at all times. Permit to work system to be
adopted. Ensure 2 persons are in close contact/proximity to
TAarenkths?ere any items of equipment that need testing Fire Dampers located within existing avoid entrapment/allow assistance to be sought.
Cordon off access to manholes/duct
and re-setting at frequent intervals, such as fire interstitial void. Reduce Access hatches to be installed in agreed locations. Low Construction Construction
shutters and fire dampers? If so how are they Reduce

aIscctheesrseedan?y equipment mounted in ceiling or roof Access hatches required for services

voids that require access hatches, walkways, safe (where solid ceilings being installed). Low Construction Construction
step off locations from ladders etc? For example

tanks, void smoke detectors, sprinkler heads,

Ivsalavneys palnadntfiorer edqaumippmeresn. t located in other n/a

restricted areas, for example basements?

Is frequent access required to tall or double AHUs are double stacked. Future maintenance access strategy to Low Control Access platforms to be installed for future maintenance access. Low Construction Construction
stacked plant? Future replacement of AHUs in sections. bReisrketvoiecwonedtr.actors and maintenance
Are any provisions incorporated into the design for engineers - falling from height. Future replacement of AHUs (in sections).
installing and replacing major plant that cannot be
man-handled and where direct cranage may be Low Control Low Construction Construction
impractical? For example, lifting beams and
removable panels for air handling units, chillers,
large motors and boilers?

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of Medium control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the company) - note this to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] can be more than one
As stated above - AHUs, Humidifiers, Risk to contractors and maintenance Lifting plan to be developed. Plant replacement strategy to be
1.0 ExistWinhgeSrterumcteudrieusmbseilzoewd gitreomusndoflepvlaenl t cannot be Ductwork, Attenuators, DBs & UPS engineers. discipline agreed.
equipment will need to be lifted to high
manually handled, is it practical to manoeuvre level Plantrooms. BAM

mechanical lifting plant into position?

Control Low Construction Construction

Are there any light fittings, cctv cameras, The extent of the external feature lighting Risk to contractors - falling from Proposed light fittings within Plantrooms are to be mounted at
height.
illuminated signs etc mounted externally or is to be confirmed. CCTV cameras - Risk to contractors and maintenance accessible height (tba).
engineers - falling from height.
internally that are normally inaccessible from internal. N.B. Proposed light fittings BAM Low Control Low Construction Construction
Contractor, Operatives, General Public - BAM
ground or floor level? If so, how are they within Plantrooms are to be mounted at . Falling from height.
Client
maintained and what features are incorporated into Contractor, Operatives, Staff, Patients - Arch
Falling from height Arch
tIshethdeeresigannytohaigshsilsetvtehlaet?quipment within stairwells; Stairwells Low Control Proposed light fittings within stairwells are to be surface Low Construction Construction
Client
e.g. light fittings, smoke detectors, fire alarm Arch mounted.

sAoreunthdeerres,avnaylvsetso?rm water attenuation chambers n/a Struct Eng

on the site and what is the maximum depth of Arch

water that could be present in them? n/a
If a person were to fall into a storm water

attenuation chamber, would it be impossible for

Athreemthteoregeatnoyudt euenpaimdeadn?holes and how are the n/a

drains connected to them accessed? n/a
Are there any other deep chambers, pumping

stations etc?
16.0 Cleaning, Maintenance and replacement of building fabric

Is it impractical to clean any of the exterior glazing Window Cleaning / replacement of MEWP access to be provided for window cleaning and
replacement of any damaged cladding panels over new
while standing at ground or floor? If so, how is it cladding panels / high level lighting Medium Medium
cleaned and what features are incorporated into hardstanding surfaces.
Reduce Maintenance Residual
the design to assist that?
Is it impractical to clean any of the interior glazing

(including interior faces of external glazing) while No - no high level glazing.
standing at floor level? If so, how is it cleaned and

what features are incorporated into the design to

Iasssitisimt pthraatc?tical to clean any of the interior glazing

(including interior faces of external glazing) while As above.
standing at floor level? If so, how is it cleaned and

what features are incorporated into the design to

Aasresisatntyhaeta?ves gutters normally inaccessible from n/a

the roof of the building? If so, how are they

maintained and what features are incorporated into

tAhree dtheesrigenatnoy alisgshist tfittthinagt?s, cctv cameras, n/a

illuminated signs etc mounted externally or

internally that are normally inaccessible from

ground or floor level? If so, how are they

maintained and what features are incorporated into

tIsheit dimepsriganctitcoaal tsosisret pthlaacte? any of the glazing while Replacement of glass units on Level D. Glazed units are to be internally beaded to enable replacement
from the inside at floor level. Client to ensure temporary
standing at floor or ground level? If so, how is the Medium Medium
internal guardings are in place prior to removal of damaged
glazing replaced and how is the glass taken to its units.

location? Reduce Maintenance Residual

Is the use of mobile access equipment used for No - there is a fire hydrant located in the

cleaning and maintenance likely to be restricted by single-storey building which requires
permanent access by the fire brigade,
emergency vehicle routes or public areas etc?
however there are no windows on this
Is there any high level equipment within stairwells? n/a

Are there any canopies, cornices, brises soleils, or n/a

other projections from the elevations that are not

designed to carry the weight of a man? n/a
Is there any particular feature of the building

structure that should be made clear to a future

contactor carrying out alterations to allow them to

Idsoththeerewaonrky ssapfeeclyif?ic sequence of demolition Yes - dismantling of structural steel frame Demolition contractor

sequence that a future demolition contactor should Low Low
Avoid Demoltion sequence to be included within Health and Saftey file Residual Open
follow?
Is there any post tensioned concrete in the n/a

structure?
17.0 Rooflights, horizontal and sloping glazing

Are there any roof lights or areas of horizontal or n/a

sloping glazing if so?

How are they cleaned form above?

How are they cleaned from below?

How is the glass (or other material) replaced?

Is laminated glass (or other suitable material)

necessary in locations where persons or tools may

fall through during construction or maintenance

(particularly where public are below)? Lift-up hatch currently provided with fixed steel ladders. Client
to carry out risk assessments to ensure operatives can safely step
Is edge protection (or other safety measure) Aluminium faced access hatch at roof level Contractor, Operatives - falling from Medium Medium Construction /
provided round the perimeter of glazing at roof on to the roof and take necessary precautions to prevent Maintenance
level? for personnel. height. Reduce Residual
Is there any fixed furniture below that will make
access to the underside of glazing difficult? n/a

18.0 Hazardous materials, dust and fumes etc No - all set to brick dimensions. Arch

Will the setting out of bricks blocks mean excessive
site cutting?

Hazard Elimination and Management List Form: 349-34 - Rev 03

Project Name and No.: MRIHCT (HNE0419) Date: 03/05/18 Revision: 2
Prepared by: D Brown
Contributions From: DAY Architectural / Mott MacDonald / BAM / BAMSE / DSSR
Client: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This Hazard Elimination and Management List has been developed to assist the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors in identification of significant project hazards. This document should also identify the actions that can be taken to remove, reduce or control hazards to a tolerable level. All
members of the project team are expected to contribute to the list and the Principal Designer will maintain the list through contribution from the project team. The hazards identified will be reviewed by the Principal Designer throughout the design development with formal review at the sign off of each design stage.
(Example shown in Italics below )

Ref Hazard Identification Element of design Persons at Risk, their Operations and Risk Owner Initial Risk Rating Avoid, reduce, Risk Reduction Proposals (with options/alternatives recorded) Current Risk Status Work Stage Risk Closed,
the Consequences control Open or Residual

Significant hazard to be entered. It could be a Location of design on site where the Identify all persons exposed to the Name of discipline low/medium/high Avoid, reduce, Team actions with options considered, required to eliminate or low/medium/high Work Stage Enter current
design element, a material or an activity. Trivial hazard or potential hazard will be hazard, the work undertaken and the (NOT name of control reduce risks. If none possible, what information will be passed Medium [Construction/ status of design
issues not to be included. [decription or drawing/survey reference] effects on health Medium Maintenance/
[Remove clauses below that are not relevant to the company) - note this Medium to the contractor to control the risk? Use/Demolition] development
project] Joinery, FF&E. Contractors, Operatives can be more than one Medium
Reduce Works to be carried out off site where possible. Construction
1.0 ExistWinigll Sthtreucdteusriegsnboeflocowmgproounnedntlsevuesling fibrous Yes Contractors, Operatives discipline Contractor to carry out their risk assessments and provide
Yes Contractors, Operatives relevant method statements prior to carrying out the works.
boarding such as MDF mean an excessive amount No Arch
No Reduce CCoonnttrraaccttoorr ttoo mmoonniittoorr eexxppoossuurree aanndd pprroovviiddee rreelleevvaanntt PPPPEE ttoo aallll Medium Construction
of on site cutting? Arch Reduce affected. Carry out risk assessments and provide relevant Medium Construction
Is there any spray applied fire protection?
Arch
Are any solvent-based adhesives specified?
Are any epoxy-based materials specified that Arch
Arch
generate toxic fumes?
Do any of the decorative finishes use acid or

solvent-based materials?
Are there any other hazardous materials specified?

RiskOwnerName AvoidReduceControl RiskRating
Arch Avoid High
BAM Reduce Medium
Civil Eng Control Low
Client
Landscape Arch
MEP
Specialist Designer
Struct Eng


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