PADUA, Yulo T.
July 24, 2013 SFTY100 / B5
Engineer Mauricio P. Ibasco
Homework # 1
Planting a Mango Seedling (2 feet high)
JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS
| CONTROL MEASURES
1. Find right location to Plant Mango Seedling
| Toxic MaterialsAir PollutantsSoil PollutantsVehiclesPopulations
| Plant mango seedling at the beginning of the wet season. Wear appropriate clothing and shower immediately after planting and wash clothing thoroughly.
| 2. Dig a hole with accurate size
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| Make sure the hole is deep enough for the roots to be fully extended. Ensure that stones and twigs are out of the hole to avoid roots to dry out.
| 3. Handling the mango seedling carefully
| Error-prone SetupRepetitive MotionsAir PollutantsBoredomIrritants
| Rinse the sides and top of the root clean immediately before placing the seedling into the ground.
| 4. Lay the roots straight down the hole
| Body PositionIrritantsAir PollutantsError-prone SetupProcedures
| Ensure the roots are straight, fully extended and that the tree is neither too shallow nor too deep in the hole.
| 5. Plant mango seedling slightly
| Body PositionError-prone SetupAir PollutantsRepetitive MotionsBoredom
| Be careful to plant seedling as it may contribute to surface root formation in the long run.
| 6. Cover the seedling with soil.
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| Make sure the filling of the hole allowing soil to fall in around the roots.
| 7. Tamp the soil.
| IrritantsInsectsError-prone SetupFatigueBoredom
| Be careful when tamping the soil as this can cause the soil to clod or not receive enough water and oxygen.
| 8. Create a mulched layer. around the seedling.
| ProceduresError-prone SetupRepetitive MotionsWork PressureFatigue
| Cut crops such as oats, sorghum, “setaria” or mixtures of these with a legume such as soybean that provides open mulch that...
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