​Health and Safety Management

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Question Description

Select an oil and gas company based in Oman and prepare the following report:

The report must cover the following:

1. An introduction

Introduce the company and mention its productions.

The health and safety inspection of the company, is it right or wrong?


2. Completed observation covering a number and range of hazards and good practice ,identifying suitable control measures and timescales :

create a table of 10 hazards and their consequences.

how do we do the control measurement ( time : immediately, day by day, or weekly)


3. Conclusions


4. Recommendation

how you got this new control measurement

did it minimize the hazards and risks


** Select the 10 hazards from the attached files H1, H2.

** A previous report will be attached covering the same idea. Relate to it, but DON'T COPY anything.

** Total word Count = 1500 words Only.

** in-texxt Citation and Referencs Using Harvard Style.

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Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record Revision: 1.2 Task/Process Assessed: Date: Aug-14 Location: Assessment Team: Environment Risk Level 1. Personnel trained on work safe practices 2. Use correct PPE, fall arrest if over 2m 3. First Aid Kit on site and trained personnel 4. Clear work area of unnecessary objects and debris Acceptable (-3) 1. Certified and pressure tested hoses. 2. Fixture design making it impossible to swap hose connections. 3. Trained personnel supervising or actually doing the job. 4. If height is over 2m have scaffolding or similar structure Acceptable (-3) 1. Personnel trained on work safe practices and crane operations 2. Use correct PPE, fall arrest if over 2m 3. First Aid Kit on site and trained personnel 4. Clear work area of unnecessary objects and debris Severity 1 Only SLB crew to be involved 2. Attach tag line to equipment to position. 3. Use certified lifting equipment including slings and pad-eyes. 4. Good housekeeping around work area. 5. Use crane for heavy lifts 6. If height is over 2m have scaffolding or similar structure Light (-1) 1. Personnel trained on work safe practices and crane operations 2. Use correct PPE 3. First Aid Kit on site and trained personnel 4. Clear work area of objects and debris Likelihood 1. Survey work area before work commences, keep work area free of debris and loose objects, good housekeeping. 2. Only SLB crew to be involved 3. Use certified lifting equipment including slings and pad-eyes. 4.. Attach tag line to equipment to position. 5. Use crane for heavy lifts 6. Apply SIPP techniques for lifting/moving equipment 7. Hold toolbox talks to identify hazards in work site Unlikely (2) Undesirable (-9) Current and Planned Mitigation Measures to reduce Severity Acceptable (-3) Release of grease / hydraulic oil Current and Planned Prevention Measures to reduce Likelihood Light (-1) Personnel List all Current and Planned Control Measures, taking into Account all Contributing and Escalating Factors RESIDUAL RISK Light (-1) Serious injury Undesirable (-5) Assets Serious (-2) Personnel CONTROL MEASURES Unlikely (2) Risk Level Severity Major (-3) Possible (3) Assets Undesirable (-5) Connecting hydraulic / grease hoses Falling objects Trapped fingers Damaged equipment Personnel (Schlumberg er and rig crew) Serious (-2) Lifting BOP from skid to wellhead Falling objects Trapped fingers Tripping Struck by skid Damaged equipment Population Affected Possible (3) Positioning Pressure Control Skid and picking up lubricators Loss Category/ Possible (3) Activity Steps Hazard Description and Worst Case Consequences with no Prevention or Mitigation Measures in Place INITIAL RISK Likelihood HAZARD Unlikely (2) Operation: Pressure Control Equipment Tool stopped across tool-trap Tool jerks or cable drag wrongly indicating that tool is in tool catcher 1. Accumulator charged on skid prior to job. 2. Check that BOP can be closed using accumulator pressure prior to commencing pressure job. 3. Ensure signs are placed on air supply output. 4. Toolbox talk to inform rig crew to keep air compressor running during the job 1. Training on ELMAR skid operation. 2. Ensure fire extinguishers and charged water hoses are available on the drill floor 1. Most experienced person on winch when pulling into catcher. 1. Crew completed pull-off prevention training (winch driving). 2. See Winch Driving risk assessment 2. Slow down 100ft from surface 3. Prior knowledge of any restrictions. 4. Crew to hold down wire as tool is pulled into catcher. Only one person to do this. 5. Ensure tool catcher in “catch” position. 1. Operator to watch external indicator and set to close when the tool has passed through. 2. Ensure external indicator has distinct/different color from tool trap body. 3. Pull slowly (100ft/hr) at surface so operator can observe external indicator Acceptable (-3) Acceptable (-3) Acceptable (-3) Light (-1) Light (-1) Undesirable (-12) Assets Undesirable (-5) Pulling tool through tool trap 4. Grease skid should have record of last q-check attached with skid Acceptable (-3) Tool dropped into well Undesirable (-5) Assets Serious (-2) Broken weak-point Possible (3) Pulling into tool catcher. 3. Pressure skid to be monitored at all times by SLB operator Acceptable (-3) Personnel 2. Check grease tank levels before and during the job 1. Training on ELMAR skid operation. 2. Ensure fire extinguishers and charged water hoses are available on the drill floor Light (-1) Assets 1. Use sufficient number of flow tubes. Injections grease pressure = 1.2 x well head pressure. Light (-1) Unable to close BOP or stuffing box 3. Make announcement before pressure testing 4. NEVER exceed equipment Working Pressure 5. Use low volume/high-pressure test pumps to avoid pressure surges 6. Use 2 calibrated pressure gauges: one at pressure pump and one at WHE. 7. SLB engineer-in-charge should be in position, ready to shut down pump or bleed off pressure as required. Light (-1) Environment Undesirable (-5) No grease seal Serious (-2) Loss of air to pressure skid Major (-3) Fire or explosion caused by spark Serious (-2) Personnel Possible (3) Assets Undesirable (-6) Environment Possible (3) Release of hazardous well fluid Damage to environment. (Spillage) Possible (3) No Grease seal Catastrophic (-4) Possible (3) Death Unlikely (2) 2. Barrier off area. Serious injury 1. Training in proper usage and handling of pressure equipment. (Pressure certified) 2. SLB pressure test procedures to be followed. Unlikely (2) 1. Pressure equipment design, maintenance and certification. Unlikely (2) Personnel (Schlumberger and rig crew) Unlikely (2) High-pressure release in case of component failure. Unlikely (2) Pressure Testing 1. Training on ELMAR skid operation. 2. Count turns of x-mas tree when opening and closing and record this. 2. Only approved contractor and crane operators and go on such jobs 3. Safety meeting is held prior to rig-up and emphasis on hazards of single hook operation. 4. Winch depth alarms should be properly set so the crew can take precautions when tool is near to surface 1. PPE worn all the time 2. Crew is briefed on rigging up safely with single hook and handling stranded cable scenarios. 3. A second crane should be readily available in case there’s a need for it 4. Light unit should be available if operating during night time. 5. Availability of T-clamp with every truck Acceptable (-3) 1. 50% of the crew are level-2 certified and 100% are level-1 certified Acceptable (-3) 4. Crossovers are serviced and maintained properly after every job Light (-1) 3. Tongs are used to tighten the connection to prevent any leakage Light (-1) 2. The pressure is surface induced and MPWHP <2500 PSI 1.Rig is supplied with killing facilities 2. Nobody should stay near wellhead if unnecessary 3. Enough light is provided by rig Unlikely (2) 1. Pressure test of 1.2 x MPWHP at the wellsite is mandatory Unlikely (2) Possibility of cutting the weak point if lifted improperly with poor synchronization Assets Undesirable (-9) Difficulty to fix a broken strand. Undesirable (-5) Assets Serious (-2) Corrosion to the threads as they are exposed to borehole fluids Possible (3) Environemnt Major (-3) Using a single-hook crane to rigup Leakage due to absence of an o-ring. Possible (3) Using metal to metal seal with EUE or IF type connections Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record Task/Process Assessed: Rig Up - Wearing PPE - Barricade the area - Cable spooling to be done only prior to rigging up - Personnel not permitted to walk across the spool cable - Wearing PPE - Exclude non essential personnel to work around the area - Spool cable to be tied above personnel’s height - Toolbox meeting prior to rigging up - Use only Schlumberger-approved rig up equipment for any operation at the wellsite - Ensure safety pins on place - Using appropriate hand tools - Perform check on equipment’s specifications & retirement date prior to rigging up - Wearing PPE - Exclude non essential personnel to work around the area Possible (3) Intolerable (-10) - Cleaning up of drill floor prior and after operation Risk Level Current and Planned Mitigation Measures to reduce Severity Acceptable (-3) Current and Planned Prevention Measures to reduce Likelihood Severity Risk Level List all Current and Planned Control Measures, taking into Account all Contributing and Escalating Factors RESIDUAL RISK Acceptable (-2) Injuries on personnel Earlier malfunction of rig-up equipments Personnel Assets Intolerable (-15) Machinery/Equipment/Ha nd Tools Major (-3) Make up rigup equipments CONTROL MEASURES Acceptable (-2) Cable spooling from wireline drum across the rig floor & catwalk could cause injuries to pedestrian Major (-3) Probable (5) Gravitational Potential Personnel Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting) Intolerable (-15) Slippery floor Cable spooling Severity Personnel Serious (-2) Gravitational Potential Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting) Population Affected Probable (5) Pre job/ Post job Loss Category/ Probable (5) Activity Steps Hazard Description and Worst Case Consequences with no Prevention or Mitigation Measures in Place INITIAL RISK Likelihood HAZARD Light (-1) Assessment Team: Light (-1) Operation: Light (-1) Location: Likelihood Date: Unlikely (2) 1.0 Unlikely (2) Revision: Acceptable (-2) Acceptable (-2) Unlikely (2) Acceptable (-2) Acceptable (-3) - Announcement to be made if encounter high tension on cable (especially if stuck) - Restrict drill floor personnel to minimum Light (-1) - Barricade possible access route to walk pass cable Light (-1) - Toolstring to be picked up slowly from catwalk with good coordination - Certified winch operator Light (-1) - Apply SIPP technique - Use heavy duty C-plate & special lifting cap for supporting & picking up heavy toolstring - Engineers & operators to ensure toolstring is power down before disconnecting toolstring - Use appropriate hand tools - Good communication with winch operator Unlikely (2) - Operation to be conducted slowly - Exclude non essential personnel to work around the area - Spool extra cables on cat walk before elevation of sheave wheel - Certified winch operator Possible (3) Intolerable (-16) Non-Operable (-20) - Toolbox meeting prior to rigging up - Clear view & communication between winch operator and rig floor - Presence of third watch man to give signal to driller and winch operator Acceptable (-2) Struck by wireline cable. Sudden sheave movement.. Tie down chain backlash. Logging unit oscillates. Personnel - Exclude non-essential personnel to work around the area Light (-1) Gravitational Potential Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting) -Certified Rig up equipment -Follow SWI checklist Light (-1) Wireline RIH/ POOH - Exclude non essential personnel to work around the area Unlikely (2) Damage on assets & personnel injuries while connecting/ disconnecting tool string Non-Operable (-20) Probable (5) Personnel Assets Intolerable (-16) Gravitational Potential Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting) Electrical Improper coordination between winch driving and rig floor will cause catastrophic injuries Catastrophic (-4) Make up / Disconnect toolstring Personnel Assets Catastrophic (-4) Gravitational Potential Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting) Probable (5) Elevation of top drive with cable spooling through upper/Lower sheave wheel - Use appropriate size of elevator for sheave hanger to hang on - Tied safety sling through sheave hanger’s eye to elevator - Secure elevator opening with ropes Unlikely (2) Improper installation of lower sheave wheel could cause injuries to personnel. Intolerable (-16) Personnel Assets Catastrophic (-4) Gravitational Potential Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting), Pinch points. Likely (4) Placing lower sheave wheel on rig floor Catastrophic (-4) Falling of sheave wheel Catastrophic (-4) Personnel Assets Likely (4) Gravitational Potential Energy (Stepping, Handling, Lifting) Likely (4) Placing upper sheave wheel on top drive Abstract………………………………………………………………………………………… 1 Scope…………………………………………………………………………………………… 1 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………. 2 Observation table…………………………………..………………………………… 3&4&5&6 Recommendation…………………………………………………………………………….. 7 Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………………..8 Reference………………………………………………………………………………………9 Turnitun Report………………………………………………………………………………..10 Abstract Often, a company will want to evaluate how well their safety management system is performing. They frequently use audits or inspections to make this evaluation. The data and measurements discovered during audits and inspections are often used to assist a company in determining if they are achieving their safety and health goals, or if they need to establish new goals. Remember, though, that audits and inspections are only as good as the tools used and the people performing the audit or inspection. If the questions and tools aren’t appropriate, then the results and findings will not give your company relevant data to use in making improvements or evaluating compliance. Likewise, if the inspectors and auditors “overlook” items, or if they do not have the appropriate amount of integrity to point out a problem, then the results will be skewed as well. Scope The findings generated from an audit or inspection will point out errors or hazards presented by the process or by the equipment. They will not point out the solutions to the problems, only the problems themselves. It is up to the company management to address the findings and improve safety and health in the workplace. Frequently, management will appoint someone to oversee the implementation of improvement projects 1|Page that are determined based on the findings. 1. Introduction. BNR Constructions is an organized realty company which caters services to corporate, governments and to many private individual business units. Team at BNR constructions is enriched with decades of experience, it aims to do appropriate and best affordable advices to our clients and investors. BNR commercial property department provides valuable information to buyers, sellers, investors about future development scope of property, any Road widening alerts where your property can be demolished and protect your property with better real estate rates. it construct all commercial properties keeping a vision of 40 years destruction guarantee for public utility and keeping a vision of governments and Municipal corporation futuristic plans of city development. Safety inspection was carried out at 10:00 am. At that time environmental condition is very good during inspection. There are 150 employees and 50 contract workers in the site with managers and engineers. The important work carried out in the construction site are height work like centering work, cementing work erection of scaffolding and assembly of crane on the top of the building and a construction of lift for the material movement was going on .Then at the back side of the building excavation work was going on for the sewage tank there are using the Jcb and other excavation equipment in the site. Then, the other small works like rod bending activities, cement mixing activities, cutting works drilling works and other fabrication work was going on. Environmental & workplace problems are covered in this inspection .The reason for this report is to bring the immediate attention of the senior management to reduce the risk of hazards to the workers, employer and the environment. The management when following the occupational health and safety rules and regulation it is making good moral and happy worker which is leading to increase the productivity and it is save money by preventing occurrence of accident and any fines by enforcement authority cause of breach the law and preventing any compensation claim. The management has to look out the below mentioned issues immediately to reduce the potential 1|Page accidents in the work place. 2. Observation table. SI. NO Observation Control measures Timescale 1 ➢ Falling objects Hazards. ✓ Use of appropriate barriers. Immediately 1. Dropping a small timber section from the top. 2. Falling hand tool and the possibility of serious injury to those below. 2 ➢ Welding/Cutting open Flames. ✓ Use hoardings and restraint systems for Immediately those working above. ✓ Adequate personal protective equipment Daily such as hard hats for those working below. ✓ Provide signs to indicate ( working in Immediately progress above) ✓ Trained technicians. Cutting set with flash Bi-Weekly back arrestor. ✓ Hot work permit. 3 1. Open Flames/convection Fire. ✓ Suitable fire extinguishers readily 2. Ignition and cause fire in that available. place. ✓ Safety guard for cutting machine. 3. Human Injury ( Body burned) ✓ Proper PPE to be provided such as 4. Death welding apron. ✓ Daily Housekeeping tours by worker ➢ Poor housekeeping before and after the work. (General). 1. Fire / Slip and trip. 2. Personal Injury. 4 Daily ➢ Storage of solid waste in waste area. 1. Fire 2. Obstruction to the workers. 3. Tripping Hazards 1|Page ✓ More training to be provided. ✓ Housekeeping to be controlled supervised by area supervisor. ✓ Proper segregation to be developed. ✓ Provide firefighting equipment. Immediately Immediately Immediately Immediately. Bi-weekly and Daily Daily Immediately ✓ Secure all items kept at the shelves. Immediately ✓ Heavy equipment to be kept in the floor Immediately services. ✓ Remove all material which blocked the Immediately walkway. 5 ➢ Smoking, Arson. 1. Fire / Conviction. 2. Human disease. 6 ➢ Storage & refilling of Diesel for moving equipments. 1. Static charge between parts. 2. Friction and rubbing. 3. Fire. 4. Human Injury and Health disease. 7 8 ➢ Gases & Fumes during gas cutting and welding. ✓ Smoking strictly forbidden on site as per Immediately regulation. ✓ Ensure to separate the dust pin from Immediately cigerate tray ✓ Security rounds at night to be increases. ✓ Provide designated smoking area. Daily ✓ Daily housekeeping & spillage removal. Immediately ✓ Provide fire extinguishers. Immediately Immediately ✓ Effective supervision of diesel fueling Monthly activities. Immediately ✓ Provide trained and competent staff. ✓ Medical check up to be provided before Immediately selection workers. ✓ Well-ventilated area. Immediately ✓ Using mask and face shield. Immediately 1. Asphyxiation, Long term exposure leads to severe health problem. ✓ Provide gas back arrestor. Immediately ✓ Use suitable respirators apparatus. Daily 2. Hand Injury. Immediately ✓ Fire extinguisher to be provided. Competent staff, strictly forbidden to move Immediately below any load or working in the radius of crane boom. ➢ Jib crane movement. 1. Risk of fall of load and hit to employees working nearby. 2. Personal injury and property damage. 2|Page ✓ Third party inspection to certified crane Daily and lifting equipment. ✓ Special care is required while moving the Immediately crane, Do not stand under / area within the radius. ✓ Sign board (working in progress to be Immed ...
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