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  1. HSE Induction
  2. Course Contain 1. Introductions 2. Site Orientation 3. Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site 4. Temporary Muster Point 5. Emergency procedures 6. First Aid Facilities 7. Good Safety Practices
  3. Introduction 1. Project : BMS Field Development Project 2. Client : Sonatrach / Hess / Petranas 3. Contractor : Hyundai Engineering Co., Ltd. 4. Location : Hassi Messaud of Algerie 5. Major Components - Oil Production: 13,200 BBL/D - 60KV OVHD Electrical Transmission Tie-In at Bir Reba Nord(BRN) Substation - Crude Oil Compression for Exporting, Water Treatment, StorageTanks, Utility. - Compression Facility of Gas and Water for reinjection - 3 Oil Gathering Flow Lines(6”, 1~3Km), Crude Exporting Line 25Km - Building (Administration/Control/Substation etc 총 10동) - BDV (Permanent Camp) 제외
  4. Introduction BMS Project Site
  5. SONATRACH SPA / HESS / PETRONAS (Company) (Client) Hyundai Engineering Company (Contractor) Introduction Organization
  6. Site Orientation 1. Entry into the individual Plant area is controlled by a security point at the entrance. 2. A valid Security Pass is required, issued by the respective HEC HSE team for entry into the plant; 3. The arrival of Visitors to the site must be advised to the site security in advance in order that the necessary entry process can be executed; 4. If you are in possession of any prohibited items, they must be handed over at the Gate. 5. You must not carry matches or lighters or any sources of ignitions; 6. If you fail to declare any prohibited items and they are found in your possession you will be subject to disciplinary action
  7. Site Orientation Photography • The carrying of cameras is prohibited anywhere within the MGP site • Photography is only allowed on site after authorization by the HEC HSSE team has been given. • DO NOT carry a camera on your person, this includes cameras on mobile. X
  8. What Are They? 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 6 Site Orientation BMS’s Life Saving Rules • The Company reserves the right to take circumstances of the rule breaking into account to modify the disciplinary measures. • The Breaking of a Life-Saving Rule is considered a Major Misconduct, and the HR disciplinary process as defined in the Employee Policy Manual will be used to administer this consequence matrix. • ROP speed and alcohol thresholds will be used. • Other existing rules and procedures remain valid.
  9. Site Orientation Obtain a valid Permit to Work whenever required for the task at hand • PtW Applicant must visit the worksite when planning the task. • The PtW Approver must also visit the worksite, when required by the PtW procedure. • An effective, documented toolbox talk is needed to ensure that all PtW conditions are well understood by the work team. • Proper controls and procedures must be followed. • Through site visits, supervisors and department heads shall verify PtW is adhered to and Job Safety Plans are being followed. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  10. Site Orientation Conduct gas tests whenever required • When gas testing is required by the PtW, the Area Authority shall ensure that the appropriate test (for oxygen, hydrocarbons or toxics) is carried out by an Authorised Gas Tester at the frequency specified on the PtW. • The test results must be accepted by Permit Holder before work commences. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  11. Site Orientation Verify isolation before work begins and use the specified life-protecting equipment • Area Authority shall verify that all locks, disabling devices and isolation tags are in place, as specified on the PtW and Isolation Certificate (Mechanical/Electrical). • Area Authority shall update the isolation/override registers. • Marked-up drawings and sketches showing the isolation arrangement must be available at the work site with the PtW. • The Area Authority will verify the reinstatement of systems and update the isolation/override registers on completion of all works. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  12. Site Orientation Obtain authorization or a valid Permit to Work before entering a confined space • No one shall enter a confined space without a valid PtW and a Confined Space Entry Certificate. • When gas testing is required by the PtW, the Area Authority shall ensure that the appropriate test (for oxygen, hydrocarbons or toxics) is carried out by an Authorised Gas Tester and that the results are accepted by the Permit Holder before and during the confined-space work. • Supervisors will ensure a ‘Standby Watch’ or ‘Standby Person’ is posted and monitors the confined-space work. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  13. Site Orientation Obtain authorization or a valid Permit to Work before overriding or disabling safety-critical equipment. • Instrument Technician or Area Authority shall ensure the Overriding Request Form is completed and authorised before any overrides are put in place. • Safety System Overrides must be clearly labelled, communicated and registered. • Instrument Technician shall verify the removal of overrides, normalization of the systems and close out the Overriding Request Form on completion of all works. • The Area Authority shall close out the PtW and verify all isolations and overrides are removed. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  14. Site Orientation Use specified fall-prevention equipment when working at height • Supervisors shall ensure work at height is safe. • All persons working above 2 metres will use a safety harness, unless working on a flatbed trailer. • Supervisors are responsible for 100% tie-off compliance. • Supervisors shall ensure fixed barriers are placed around openings where a potential fall is more than 2 meters. • Supervisor shall ensure that scaffolding is certified prior to any worker working on it. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  15. Site Orientation Do not walk under a suspended load • Every “routine” lift must have a generic lifting plan. • Every “non-routine” lift must have specific lifting plan. • Person In Charge shall ensure lift area is cordoned off during the lifting operations. • No one should ever be under any working crane or suspended load. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  16. Site Orientation Do not light up cigarettes, cigars or pipes in no-smoking areas • Zero tolerance for smoking outside designated area. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  17. Site Orientation Follow the prescribed safe Journey Management Plan • Drivers will not commence a journey without a Journey Management Plan (JMP) where required and will follow the approved JMP. • Journey Manager will ensure drivers are aware of the JMP requirements and verify compliance before authorizing the journey. • Vehicles must meet the JMP requirements, and drivers must inspect the vehicles prior to departure. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  18. Site Orientation Wear seat belts when in a moving vehicle • Vehicle occupants shall never be in a moving vehicle without wearing a seatbelt. • Drivers will never drive without first ensuring that all vehicle occupants are wearing seat belts. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  19. Site Orientation While driving, do not use a mobile phone and do not exceed speed limits • While driving, no one shall use mobile phones, including hands-free/bluetooth GSM or two-way radio. • Drivers shall never exceed posted speed limits. • Drivers shall never overtake in a dust cloud nor tamper with a vehicle’s safety devices. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  20. Site Orientation Do not drive or work under the effect of drugs or alcohol • No person will report for work or be at work under the influence of alcohol or drugs. BMS’s Life Saving Rules
  21. Site Orientation What are the Consequences of Rule-Breaking BMS’s Life Saving Rules Warning Letter low potential impact Rule is broken for the first time Final Warning Letter high potential impact Final Warning Letter Dismissal Rule is broken for the second time or several rules are broken at the same time Final Warning Letter Dismissal Rule is broken for the third time, or rule- breaking caused injury or death, or was done recklessly or wilfully Dismissal
  22. Site Orientation HEC Priorities in Responding to Incidents 1. Protecting Human Life 2. Protecting the Environment 3. Preventing Escalation 4. Maintaining Business Continuity 5. Protecting Company Reputation HEC POLICY
  23. Site Orientation 1. Leadership and Commitment 2. Policy and Strategic Objectives 3. Responsibilities 4. HSSE Management and Proactive 5. Implement and Enforce the Rules 6. Implementation and Monitoring 7. To achieve zero accidents/incidents 8. Review The 8 elements of HEC Management System
  24. Site Orientation SUPPORTING HSE SYSTEMS Culture, Management Leadership, Corporate Policies Training, Work Procedures, Enforcement, etc. Property Damage Unsafe Acts / Conditions First Aid Near miss Restricted Medical LTA Fatality Our goal is an incident and injury free project
  25. Site Orientation Environmental Protection 1. Hunting, disturbing, or capturing native birds, or other animals. IS FORBIDEN . 2. Trees and vegetation shall not be removed to an extent greater than is necessary for the work, as determined by COMPANY. 3. Oil, solvents, chemicals, etc. shall not be discharged directly into open sea or any well or onto an open land. 4. If a liquid spill occurs the primary step is to keep the liquid from getting into the sea, streams, sewers, drainage ditches, etc.
  26. Site Orientation Spill Prevention Most spills currently occurring on sites can be prevented with proper maintenance and containment using drip trays
  27. Site Orientation Housekeeping Housekeeping must be a part of the daily work routines and especially at the end of the shift. This eliminates environmental problems and reduces fire and injury risk.
  28. Site Orientation Hazardous Waste & Non-Hazardous Waste Hazardous waste Arising from commercial, industrial, agricultural, or any other activities which due to its nature, composition, quantity, or any other reason is hazardous or potentially hazardous to human health, to plants or animals, to air, soil, or water. This includes explosive, radioactive or flammable substances which may cause diseases as well as those issued by a decision of the Minster  paints  solvents  fuels  lubricants  cleaning agents  glues
  29. Site Orientation Hazardous Waste & Non-Hazardous Waste Non-Hazardous waste Any solid material or semi-solid material, which does not pose any danger to the environment or to human health if it is dealt with in a safe scientific way When working with hazardous substances you should: 1. Make sure you know what you are working with 2. Use standard manual handling procedures 3. Make sure your Personal Protective Equipment is in good working order 4. Not smoke around flammable or explosive materials 5. Not eat or drink around hazardous substances 6. Wash your hands and other exposed areas prior to eating or going to the toilet
  30. Site Orientation Security Control 1. NO Alcohol , No Drugs (non-prescribed ) PEOPLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED 2. Exit pass – material / equip to be taken out 3. All altercation / Abuse incident, to be reported to the Immediate Supervisor for the site.
  31. Site Orientation Workers Responsibilities 1. Workers shall report to work in a fit and proper condition to perform their job in a safe and competent manner. They has right to refuse if unsafe environment. 2. Workers take reasonable care for safety & health of himself and other person. 3. Workers shall observe and follow all established site HSE rules and safe work practices. Workers shall adhere to all work directives and procedures for the tasks 4. Wear and use all times any personnel protective equipment provided by Contractor.
  32. Site Orientation Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Hard Hat Coverall Safety Boots Gloves Safety Glasses
  33. Additional PPE Welding Mask Face Shield Earplug Chemical Goggles Site Orientation
  34. Site Orientation Signage and Notice Board Safety Signs and Notice Board should be used to inform, advise, instruct, warn of danger and improve unsafe condition in the workplace.
  35. Site Orientation Colour Code 1. Lifting Equipment – the colour code for all lifting equipments change every 6 months. This means it is inspected and certified every 6 months and a new colour code applied 2. The colour code for all electrical equipments change every 6 months. This means these equipments are inspected by a qualified electrician and certified every 6 months and a new colour applied
  36. Site Orientation Driving Safety All categories of vehicle, including self-propelled mobile plant, will be operated only when: 1. Vehicle is fit for purpose, inspected and confirmed to be in safe working order 2. Do not exceed manufacturer’s design specification for passenger and loads secure all loads before driving away and follow the speed limit of the road drivers are authorized and they are trained, certified and medically fit to operate the class of vehicle 3. They are not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and are not suffering from fatigue 4. They do not use hand-held cell phones and radios while driving restrictions 5. They are trained, certified and medically fit to operate the class of vehicle 6. They are not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and are not suffering from fatigue 7. They do not use hand-held cell phones and radios while driving
  37. Site Orientation Vehicle Safety 1. 20 Kph speed limit in-Camp 2. 30 Kph speed limit on Mountain Graded roads 3. Travelling from site out and the journey which exceed more then 80 kph need to register with the admin dept before leaving the site 4. Report any non-compliance with journey plan to journey manager(Admin and HSE manager) Journey plan Shall be Submitted to Journey manager
  38. Site Orientation Vehicle Safety • Never leave vehicles with engine running • Observe safe distance • Talking on phones / texting while driving prohibited • Wear seat belt at all times, driver to compel passengers • Follow stop signs • Stop at blind spot, use the horn • Pedestrians (workers) have the right of way • No riding in non-passenger vehicles / mobile equipment e.g. fork lifts, loaders, back of pick-ups. • Daily check by vehicle users.
  39. Site Orientation Rules for Driving on Graded Roads When Driving on Graded Roads Drivers Shall: • Drive with dipped headlights and high intensity rear lights on at all times The Dust Code • If an oncoming vehicle is creating a dust cloud which makes it difficult to see the road ahead drivers shall Slow down! • Pull off the road, cross over the windrow before entering the dust cloud and keep moving slowly along the hard shoulder. Rejoin the road only when the road is clear in both directions • If it is not possible to leave the road drivers should slow to a crawl and drive as close to the windrow as possible
  40. Site Orientation Rules for Driving on Graded Roads If a vehicle travelling in the same direction is creating a dust cloud, drivers shall: • Slow down! • Keep away from the dust cloud. Keep a clear view – Stay at least 4 seconds time distance from the rear edge of the cloud. • Never overtake in a dust cloud otherwise this can happen:
  41. Site Orientation Rules of Driving Light Vehicle Drivers Shall:  Take 15 minutes of rest after two hours of driving Drivers Shall:  Wear their seatbelt at all times  Make sure passengers are wearing theirs  Carry out a daily check on their vehicle  Wear suitable, sturdy footwear whilst driving - HGV Drivers shall wear safety shoes and coveralls when on duty  Take adequate rest breaks
  42. Heavy Vehicle drivers Shall:  Take a minimum of one hour rest after four hours of driving Drivers Shall Not:  Use a GSM - even a "Hand Free" while driving  Drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs  Tamper with safety devices e.g. speed limiters or seat belts  Drive faster than Government Speed limits  Work more than a twelve hour shift Site Orientation Rules of Driving
  43. Site Orientation Excavation work • Pilot trenching for all types of excavation works • Proper sloping / shoring, benching • Proper protection, signage, barricades • Daily inspection of deep excavation, inspection immediately after rainfall. • No work immediately following rainfall in deep excavation • Competent person to first assess condition • 1 meter off the edge clear of spoils, equipment and materials.
  44. Site Orientation Working at Heights Working at height of 1.8 meters or higher above the ground will only proceed when: A fixed platform is used with hand rails, verified by a competent person or fall arrest equipment is used that has: - A proper anchor - preferably overhead - Full body harness using double latch self locking snap hooks at each connection - Synthetic fibre lanyards - Shock absorber Fall arrest equipment will limit free fall to 1.5meters or less a visual inspection of the fall arrest equipment and system is completed and any equipment that is damaged or has been activated is taken out of service. person(s) are competent to perform the work
  45. Site Orientation Lifting Operation Lifts utilizing cranes, hoists, or other mechanical lifting devices will start only when: - An assessment of the lift has been completed and the lift method and equipment has been determined by a competent person - Operators of powered, lifting devices are trained and certified for that equipment - Rigging of the load is carried out by a competent person(s) - Lifting devices and equipment have been certified for use within the last 18 months - Load does not exceed dynamic and static capacities of the lifting equipment - Any safety devices installed on lifting equipment are operational - All lifting devices and equipment have been visually examined before each lift by a competent person(s)
  46. Site Orientation Lifting Operation • Never leave crane in operation, with load suspended or with engine running • Outriggers fully extended • Tyres off the ground • Signalling riggers in orange vest • Only qualified riggers • 1 banks man per crane • Crane operator to walk-around before moving • KEEP OFF outriggers • Signage / barricades required
  47. Welding/ Cutting Site Orientation  Use fire Blanket  Have stand by fire watchman  No Combustible materials • Cylinders must always be stored and secured properly • Use caution when transporting cylinders • Understand the hazards of a compressed gas before using it • Even compressed air can be dangerous • Upright and secure • Away from flames, sparks, electricity • Keep oil, grease, flammables off cylinders • Open valve by hand, if tools required don’t use the cylinder • Open valve slowly with hand to the side • Don’t tamper with safety devices
  48. P - pull the pin or puncture cartridge A - aim at base of flame S - squeeze the trigger S - sweep from side to side Fire Extinguisher Site Orientation Know How To Operate Fire Extinguisher
  49. Electrical Site Orientation All connections must be well protected & covered . - All electrical works must be carried out by competence electricians. - Temporary electrical panels ,extension cables and other electrical tools must be check and inspected prior to use . Do Not Touch Electrical Appliances , If You Are Not Authorized & Competent
  50. Site Orientation Hand Tools • Use the correct tools • Do not use defective hand tools • Transport or store tools in a box. • Avoid throwing tools. • Keep the tools out of the walkways or the aisles. • Use a basket. • Use non spark generating tools in high risk areas. Good Handling of Hand Tools will AVOID INCIDENTS !!
  51. 1. Use appropriate PPE 2. Emergency and First-Aid Procedures 3. MSDS Sheets and Inventory of Chemicals should be made available for use 4. In case of spillage or leakage follow MSDS instruction DO PACKAGE CHEMICAL PROPERLY DISPOSE OFF PROPERLY DON’T DUMP CHEMICAL WASTES AT GENERAL COLLECTING AREAS (INDUSTRIAL SKIPS) TREAT CHEMICAL WASTES AS GENERAL CONSTRUCTION WASTES Site Orientation Handling of Chemicals
  52. Heat Stroke Site Orientation Signs & Symptoms • Weakness. • Irritability. • Dizziness. • Sweating Has Stopped. • Skin Hot, Red And Dry. • Temp. 105F/40 C Degrees Or Greater. • May Loose Consciousness Basic First Aid • Move The Injured Person Into The Shade. • Call An Ambulance. • Remove The Injured Person's Clothing. • Wrap Him In A Cold, Wet Sheet. • Prepare To Start CPR If Required. • Give Nothing By Mouth . • Intravenous Fluids Needed.
  53. Permit to Work System Site Orientation Permit to Work System is a formal written system used to ensure the management & control of  Risk  Procedures It communicates requirements between site/facility management, plant supervision, operators and those who carry out the work and anyone involved in the safe system of work.
  54. Permit to Work System Site Orientation Essential features of the system are: • Define the task • Identify the hazards, Carry Out JSA • Ensure that controls are in place • Co-ordinate the work • Authorize the work to proceed when a safe system of work is in place. • Issue instruction to proceed for authorized period of time • Re-validate shift by shift • Confirm task completion. • Job closeout
  55. Permit to Work System Site Orientation Any work likely to cause a spark or flame or involve temperatures hot enough to ignite combustible materials Welding, grinding, cutting Hot work permit Cold work permit Confined space permit Example
  56. Permit to Work System – Hot Work Site Orientation 1. Work involving naked flames (burning / welding, grinding) 2. Electrical induction pre-heating/stress relieving or the use of high temperature thermal calibrations 3. Use of portable grinding equipment (air or electrically powered) 4. Use of air / hydraulically / electrically powered tools, capable of generating a spark in hazardous zones 5. Use of battery-operated equipment in hazardous zones e.g. cameras / flashlights / mobile telephones 6. Use of non intrinsically safe equipment in hazardous zones 7. Dry grit/shot blasting in hazardous zones
  57. Permit to Work System – Cold Work Site Orientation 1. Mechanical works 2. Working with radioactive sources in conjunction with Radiography Certificate 3. Insulation work 4. Civil works 5. High pressure water jetting or wet grit blasting Painting/spray painting 6. Removal of handrails, gratings, hatches and fixed ladders 7. Scaffolding erection/dismantling 8. Use of air or hydraulically powered tools including needle guns in non-hazardous zones 9. Dry grit/shot blasting in non-hazardous zones
  58. Permit to Work System – Confined Space Site Orientation 1. A space contains, or has a potential to contain, a hazardous atmosphere 2. Contains a material that has the potential for engulfing an entrant or, if there is a risk of serious injury from hazardous substances or conditions within the space 3. Some confined spaces are easy to identify, such as – Closed tanks – Vessels – Sewers – Pipelines – Pits – Trenches & Excavations – An enclosed or partially enclosed space which: – Is at atmospheric pressure during occupancy
  59. Lock out & Tag out Site Orientation A Lock-out/Tag-out system is the placing of safety tags to prohibit the operation of equipment. The aim is to create a physical boundary within which commissioning activities may be performed safely. LOTO is used for: Electrical systems not yet connected to a power source Electrical systems that have been commissioned but are linked to other systems/equipment still under commissioning Electrical systems in permanent operation but isolated for maintenance or repair Lines, valves, equipment under test that require isolation to prevent uncontrolled release of pressure, liquids or gas Any equipment that requires isolation to create a safe working environment
  60. Site Orientation Job Safety Analysis/Assessment (JSA) A planning tool designed to get involvement from the workgroup in breaking the job into steps, analyzing each step, addressing associated hazards and then developing a safe working procedure.
  61. Site Orientation Basic Steps in Developing JSAs Job Safety Analysis/Assessment (JSA) 1. Select the job (task) to be analyzed. 2. Develop a sequence of steps. 3. Identify potential hazards/accidents. 4. Develop a procedure to eliminate the hazards and potential accidents Benefits Derived From The JSA Process • Encourages Thinking Before Acting! • Identifies Hazards • Reduces Accidents • Increases Awareness and in addition • Will likely improve the quality of your finished project • Will likely save you time and rework
  62. Site Orientation Tool Box Meeting (TBM) With working out and implementing TBM regularly, most workers on site gain the recognition of hazards and the importance of their health ahead of work. The activities will help it increasing the site’s HSE cultures. 1. Share the current HSE Matters and Talks 2. Communicate pre-job Hazards and risks 3. Check out the workers’ health
  63. Working at BMS CPF Construction Site All personnel must: • Comply with company policies and procedures • Take reasonable care of your own health and safety, and of the environment • Consider the safety of other persons who may be affected by your acts and omissions • Comply with all instructions, regarding HSE given by Supervision and Management • Observe safety signs and barriers at all times • Ensure that appropriate HSE equipment and controls are employed at all times • Report all accidents, damage, hazardous situations and near misses immediately to your Supervisor or HSE • Carry out your work responsibly at all times Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  64. The objectives of the project are:  NO ACCIDENTS  NO HARM TO PEOPLE  NO DAMAGE TO THE ENVIRONMENT Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  65. The BMS Safety Rules Topics Energy Isolation Lifting and Hoisting Working at Heights Confined Space Entry Hot Work Excavation and Trenching Land Transportation Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  66. SECSECURITY While on BMS CPF Site, all personnel shall be subject to Site Security Regulations; • Personnel shall wear or carry Site I.D. Cards at all times • Personnel shall present I.D. Cards on request by Security or HSE • Obey instructions from Security personnel and HSE • In event of Security Alert/Emergency;  Stay calm and do not leave your place of work  Wait for the all clear given by one of the Security personnel or HSE. Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  67. PPE REQUIREMENTS As an absolute minimum, all personnel working in site SHALL wear; Safety Glasses, Coveralls, Safety Boots, Gloves and Hard Hats. Security Staff shall refuse entry to the Work Areas to personnel not wearing the correct PPE PPE Free zones will be clearly signposted and identified during the site induction Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  68. BMS SSE Policy All Short Service Employees are personnel with less than 6 months experience with their employer or time with the project, they shall wear a Green Safety Helmet and will be supervised Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  69. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) • All PPE used on site will comply with recognised EU or US standards. • PPE must be kept clean, maintained in good working order and stored correctly. • PPE must be changed when damaged or unfit for use. • Do not deliberately alter, damage or interfere with anything provided for your safety. • PPE must be worn in all areas except designated PPE free zones. • If you have problems with PPE, contact the HSE Department Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  70. SMOKING Smoking is not permitted in any offices, accommodation, or enclosed public spaces except at clearly designated smoking areas Cigarette butts shall be placed in cigarette bins provided at the smoking areas. This removes a fire hazard and is good housekeeping Smoking shall not be permitted at the worksite, except in areas clearly marked as designated smoking areas. Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  71. SUBSTANCE ABUSE ZERO TOLERANCE APPROACH No alcohol is allowed on site or on any Company property, except where specifically approved & authorised by the Co-Directeurs Generaux If you are drinking, remember the morning after….you may still be drunk. All employees and sub-contractors will be subject to the Company’s Drug and Alcohol abuse policy Personnel may be subjected to either drug or alcohol testing; Where there is just cause to believe that a person is under the influence.  After any accident or incident Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  72. RISK ASSESSMENT Risk Assessment should be used at all stages of the project and may include…… • Formal hazard assessments (JSA/TRA) • Taking “Time out” for Safety • Toolbox meetings • Hazard & Near Miss Reporting • If a Hazard or Unsafe Condition exists; Stop the job!!! Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  73. HAZARD MANAGEMENT Identify → Assess → Remove the Hazard if possible → Mitigate → Monitor BEFORE STARTING WORK, ALWAYS TAKE TIME OUT AND ASK:  What am I going to do?  How can I hurt myself?  How can I hurt others?  What can I do prevent it? Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  74. Assess the hazard, apply the protection! Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  75. Reporting Injuries/Incidents Report all injuries, incidents, unsafe conditions and near misses immediately on discovery/occurrence to your Supervisor or a member of the HSE team If you or a colleague is injured (even a cut, burn or abrasion) or feels unwell, inform your supervisor. For a major injury, do not move the Injured Person, a Doctor and ambulance can be summoned to attend the scene. Correct any unsafe conditions observed, or bring them to the attention of your Supervisor or the HSE team, and prevent a potential incident or injury Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  76. MEDICAL FACILITIES Trained First-aid personnel shall be available at site and clinic facilities. An ambulance shall be on call 24/7 in the event of an emergency Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  77. FIRE PREVENTION Prevention is the first line of defence against fire. All reasonably practicable measures shall be taken to reduce the fire risks at site to as low as reasonably practicable. •No materials, flammable or otherwise, should be allowed to accumulate in the workplace or in walkways, where they can present direct fire hazards, provide fuel for a fire, or obstruct attempts to deal with a fire. •Work areas and walkways should be kept free of any unnecessary flammable or combustible materials •Suitable containers shall be provided for waste materials. These containers must be clearly labelled with regard to their use and contents. •Oily or paint soaked rags, waste, or clothing shall be placed in metal containers that shall be emptied frequently, ensuring safe disposal of their contents •All spills involving flammable or combustible liquids shall be cleaned up immediately. Where necessary, suitable cleaning materials should be provided and used •Keep containers of flammable or combustible liquids closed when not in use. If possible, use safety containers with self-closing lids Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  78. In the event of discovering a small fire; If you have been properly trained and feel confident in the use of portable first-aid fire equipment;- Locate the nearest fire extinguisher, check the contents gauge, pull the pin, aim the extinguisher at the base of the fire and compress the handle, sweeping from side to side. If you fail to extinguish the fire, evacuate the area and contact your supervisor. Do not under any circumstances attempt to fight a fire unless you are certain of your own safety Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  79. Hot Work Activities involving welding, burning, grinding are designated as hot work. Always use correct PPE when welding, burning or grinding Where necessary, ensure protective tent/sheeting is erected and fit for purpose Remove all combustibles from the work area Observe good hose and cable discipline Keep all gas cylinders away from heat sources Ensure a Fire watch is present In the event of discovering a small fire; Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  80. FIRE WATCH A fire watch shall be provided at all work sites where hot work is ongoing. The fire watch shall be assigned to cover a designated work area, which can include monitoring of several individual hot work tasks. The fire watch shall be fully conversant in the use of portable fire fighting equipment The fire watch shall familiarize himself with Fire Equipment locations and nearest escape routes Firewatch shall ensure area clear of combustibles, signs and barriers erected as required, and have dark glasses (PPE) available for use. The fire watch shall monitor the work areas for 30 minutes after completion of works to ensure no deep-seated/smoldering ignition sources are present. Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  81. RIGGING & RIGGING EQUIPMENT  All rigging equipment shall be certified, and inspected safe for use.  All rigging equipment used must be marked with the current colour code.  Control free swinging loads by fitting tag lines.  If you have any doubts regarding rigging, ask your Supervisor  Crane hooks shall be fitted with safety catch  Never lift loads over personnel, or allow personnel to walk under suspended loads  The banksman must have a clear view of the crane operator at all times  Clear hand signals must be used  Banksman shall wear a Hi-Viz jacket  Riggers shall control loads by tag lines, no load shall be manually handled above waist level Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  82. ROAD SAFETY Site Speed Limits: The speed limit inside the Site is 10km: Vehicles will not be operated on Site unless: • Vehicle is inspected & confirmed to be in safe working order • Drivers are trained and certified to operate the class of vehicle • Seat belts are installed and worn by all occupants • Hand held phones are not used by the driver while vehicle is moving • Personnel shall not ride in the beds of pick-ups Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  83. VEHICLE/PLANT SAFETY • Wear seat belts that meet manufacturers standards except on equipment that is designed only for standup operation, or that has no rollover protective structure • Check vehicles before each shift to assure that all parts and accessories are in safe operating condition • Do not drive a vehicle in reverse gear with an obstructed rear view, unless it has an audible reverse alarm, or another worker signals that it is safe • Make sure that you and all other personnel are in the clear before using dumping or lifting devices • Lower, block JCB arms,crane booms end-loader buckets, dump bodies, etc. when not in use, and leave all controls in neutral position Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  84. VEHICLE/PLANT SAFETY SAFE CONTROL MEASURES: • Set parking brakes when vehicles and equipment are parked, and chock the wheels if they are on an incline • All vehicles must have good braking systems and other safety devices • Drivers must exit Haulage vehicles that are loaded by cranes, JCB’s etc., until load is safely secured. • Do not exceed a vehicle's rated load or lift capacity • Do not carry personnel unless there is a designated safe place to ride • Workers next to machinery or vehicles must be highly visible in all levels of light Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  85. ACCESS & EGRESS Stairs - Use Handrails Roads - Beware of through traffic and plant equipment Pedestrian Paths - If there is a walkway use it Ladders - 3 points of contact Scaffolds - Use only approved and tagged scaffolds Ensure all access routes are kept free of obstructions; Hoses, Cables, waste materials, Tools and Tool Bags, Loose Equipment etc. Report any Deviations or Hazards to your Supervisor or HSE Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  86. Struck-By: Falling/Flying Objects Power Tools, Machines etc. Use safety glasses/goggles/face shields, where equipment/tools may cause flying particles Inspect tools to ensure that protective guards are in good condition Make sure you are trained in the proper operation of power actuated tools General Wear correct PPE Stack or secure all materials to prevent sliding, falling, or collapse. Cranes and Hoists Avoid working underneath any loads being moved Barricade hazard areas and post warning signs Inspect cranes and rigging equipment to see that all components, such as wire rope, lifting hooks, chains, etc., are in good condition Do not exceed lifting capacity of cranes or rigging equipment Overhead Work Secure tools and materials to prevent them from falling on people below Barricade hazard areas and post warning signs Use toeboards, screens, or guardrails on scaffolds to prevent falling objects. Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  87. Environmental Spills to be avoided  Use drip trays when refuelling or transferring liquids  Blank/cap fuel drums/hoses  Don’t overfill drip trays/drums If there is a spill;  It must be contained and reported to the HSE team  Absolutely do not wash spills into drains.  If in doubt, seek advice from the HSE team Small Spills;  Use spill kits or any suitable absorbent material and report to HSE Large Spills;  Isolate source and immediately inform your supervisor/HSE team REPORT ALL SPILLS TO HSE, NO MATTER HOW SMALL Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  88. LIGHTING Suitable and sufficient lighting shall be provided at all work areas in order to eliminate the risks of injuries or slips, trips and falls due to dark work areas. Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  89. GENERAL SAFETY IT WON’T HAPPEN TO ME!! • You've carefully thought out your work. • You've done it a thousand times. • It comes naturally to you. • You know what you're doing, its what you've been trained to do. •Nothing could possibly go wrong….? Most accidents are caused by only two things – unsafe acts & unsafe conditions, in fact 9 out of 10 accidents are the result of unsafe acts. Why do we deliberately expose ourselves to injury every day? Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  90. THINK AGAIN! Stop! Think! Consider! Safety Roles of CPF Construction Site
  92. Emergency Procedure In event of alarm you are required to make your job safe, proceed directly your nearest muster point and remain there until advised to leave. Do not run. At the muster point please stand still, keep quiet and allow the muster marshal to carry out a head count. All emergencies (fire, explosion, structural failure, injury), any incidents and near-misses to be immediately reported to: Nurse HSE Manager Project Manager
  93. BMS Project Emergency Response Team (ERT) will undertake all emergency response duties within work area , pipeline, and access roads emergency number - 9999 For all emergencies call the MGP Emergency phone number TBA Emergency Procedure When you call for emergency give enough information : •What Happen ! •Where !
  94. First-aid Facilities Medical / First Aid Apart from the above facilities our Health Administrator will be available in our office during day time which the sign board is posted on the door. During night he will be available in the Camp. Nurse Number is
  95. Behavioural Based Safety •Looks at what people Do •Involves everyone in safety •Focuses on safe behaviours •Helps to identify at-risk behaviours •Communicates safety concerns •Systematically looks at safety processes •Helps management and supervision make right decisions •Makes the connection between behaviours and injuries •Assists in changing the safety culture
  96. Behavioural Based Safety 1) No Finger point at each other. 2) No name to be in the card. 3) Observe the action of the person and write the comment. 4) Approach the concern and talk to him regard the action. 5) Be positive at your approach. 6) Write the action in the card. 7) Return the card to the supervisor or to the HSSE Personnel at site or office. 8) Make sure the observation shall be unsafe act or any action toward safety at work place.

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