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Assessment of Occupational Health and Safety Risk in the Tukad Ayung Bridge Replacement Project

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The replacement of the Tukad Ayung Bridge requires a study regarding Occupational Health and Safety risk assessment. Based on initial observations, in the Tukad Ayung bridge replacement project there were several causes of work accidents, such as workers not using complete personal protective equipment, heavy rain causing work to stop, activities adjacent to heavy equipment and so on. The use of heavy equipment and sophisticated machines requires expertise to use them correctly so as to reduce errors which have an impact on increasing the risk of work accidents. The existence of this bridge construction project can also cause disruption to the environment around the project. It is thought that the traffic engineering will trigger traffic jams and cause air pollution around the project location. The data used is qualitative and quantitative data with primary data sources and secondary data. The data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, questionnaires, literature study and documentation study. The data analysis technique used is Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC). The results of the research show that there are 24 types of work accident risks identified in the work of installing concrete girders in the Tukad Ayung bridge replacement project in seven stages of work, namely, the concrete girder preparation stage, making scaffolding (girder truss), erection (setting segmental girder), installing steel prestressing (strand), cable strand stressing work, concrete girder tendon grouting, and the diaphragm installation stage.

DOI 10.11648/j.jccee.20230806.11
Published in Journal of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2023)
Page(s) 100-106
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Keywords

Risk, Occupational Safety and Health, HIRARC, Tukad Ayung Bridge

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    Wayan Muka I, Ika Wahyuni P, Made Yatana I. Assessment of Occupational Health and Safety Risk in the Tukad Ayung Bridge Replacement Project. J Civ Constr Environ Eng. 2023;8(6):100-106. doi: 10.11648/j.jccee.20230806.11

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  • Civil Engineering Study Program, Indonesian Hindu University, Denpasar, Indonesia

  • Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering, Warmadewa University, Denpasar, Indonesia

  • Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering, Warmadewa University, Denpasar, Indonesia

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