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  1. 1. CLOSE OUT REPORT HSE DEPARTMENT Period : JUNE 2013 – OCTOBER 2013 1st ARTICLE – SUB SEA MANIFOLD PROJECT PT GUNANUSA UTAMA FABRICATORS
  2. 2. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 CONTENT 1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................. 3 1.1 PURPOSE ..................................................................................................... 3 1.2 SCOPE .......................................................................................................... 3 2. HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ............................................................................. 3 3. HSE POLICY 2013 ............................................................................................... 5 4. PROJECT HSE OBJECTIVE 2013 ........................................................................... 5 4.1 SAFETY OBJECTIVES ..................................................................................... 5 4.2 OCCUPATION HEALTH OBJECTIVES............................................................... 5 4.3 ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES ..................................................................... 5 5. PROJECT HSE ACHIEVEMENT 2013 ..................................................................... 6 5.1 SAFETY OBJECTIVES ..................................................................................... 6 5.2 OCCUPATION HEALTH OBJECTIVES............................................................... 7 6. HSE ORGANIZATION CHART .............................................................................. 8 7. HSE PERFORMANCE STATISTIC .......................................................................... 8 7.1 MAN HOURS EXPOSURE .............................................................................. 8 7.2 FATALITY (FAT)........................................................................................... 10 7.3 LOSS TIME INJURY (LTI) .............................................................................. 10 7.4 MEDICAL TREATMENT CASE (MTC) ............................................................ 10 7.5 FIRST AID CASES (FAC) ............................................................................... 10 7.6 DAY LOSS ................................................................................................... 10 7.7 NEAR MISS INCIDENT (NMI) ....................................................................... 11 7.8 MEDICAL RECORDS .................................................................................... 11 7.9 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) .......................... 11 7.10 MANAGEMENT QHSE WALKTHROUGH RECORDS .................................... 11 8. AREA OF CONCERN AND FOLLOW UP FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION ..................... 11 8.1 AREA OF CONCERN .................................................................................... 11 8.2 FOLLOW UP FO FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION OF CONCERN AREA ................... 12 9. SUMMARY OF HSE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION........................................... 13 9.1 INDUCTION AND TRAINING........................................................................ 13 1
  3. 3. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 9.2 JOB RISK ASSESSMENT ............................................................................... 14 9.3 HSE AUDITS................................................................................................ 14 9.4 HSE TRACKING RECORDS............................................................................ 14 9.5 HSE INSPECTION PROGRAM ....................................................................... 14 9.6 HSE COMMUNICATION PROGRAM ............................................................ 15 9.7 HEALTH AND HYGIENE ............................................................................... 16 9.8 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT ............................................................. 16 9.9 HSE PROCEDURE DEVELOPED..................................................................... 17 9.10 HSE REPORTING SYSTEM ......................................................................... 17 ATTACHMENT 1 HSE POLICY ATTACHMENT 2 YARD HSE ORGANIZATION CHART ATTACHMENT 3 SUMMARY WORK PERMITS YARD ACTIVITY ATTACHMENT 4 JRA RECORDS ATTACHMENT 5 MANAGEMENT WALKTHROUGH ATTACHMENT 6 HSE MASTER DOCUMENT REGISTERS ATTACHMENT 7 LOAD OUT PICTURE ATTACHMENT 8 INSPECTION REPORT 2
  4. 4. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 1. INTRODUCTION PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators HSE dossier is provided as Close Out Report for measurement of the HSE Management System include HSE Program implementation of FMC Technologies has been awarded 1st article Project for PT Gunanusa Utama Fabricators yard Grenyang – Serang Banten. 1.1 PURPOSE The purpose of this dossier is to report the commitment of PT Gunanusa Utama Fabricator management on managing the implementation of their HSE policy and other HSE issue raised during the execution of Project since the Project activities started until the end of project include the achievement of Project HSE Objectives. 1.2 SCOPE This HSE Close Out Report (Dossier) is covered the implementation all HSE activities during engineering, procurement, fabrication and assembly, materials management, Load out and pre commissioning PTG has completed successfully all fabrications and SDSS Pipe, Structural Steel, SS Tube load out (October 24th, 2013). 2. HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HSE Management System developed based on the integrated of HSE Management System : OHSAS 18001:2007 (HSE Management System) ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System) SMK3 PP No. 5/2012 (OHS Management System of Indonesia) ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System) - And also to meet and comply of others requirement both International and National statutory regulations, Industrial Standard Code Practices and client requirement. The Elements of HSE Management System consist of : - Leadership & commitment Policy & strategic objective Organization, responsibility, resources standards and documentation Hazards and effect management Planning and procedures Implementation & performance monitoring Audit & review 3
  5. 5. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 Key Elements Integrated HSE Management System 4
  6. 6. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 3. HSE POLICY 2013 This policy statement has been produced in pursuance of CTR statutory and contractual obligations and is designed to promote high standards of Occupational Health and Safety for duration of the Yard & Site Construction. (see the attachment 1) 4. PROJECT HSE OBJECTIVE 2013 The HSE Objective of CTR stipulated for the year 2013 is to improve the behavior of all employees to become habitual by providing more knowledge in understanding the safety aspect of a project as such to prevent the occurrence of accidents. This objectives shall be achieved by maintaining the following targets.(Attachment 2) 4.1 SAFETY OBJECTIVES 4.1.1 Safety Objective # 1 - HUMAN DIMENSION • • • • No fatality, No major accident (including lifting and transport), No major fire, No explosion. 4.1.2 Safety Objective # 2 TRIR – Total Recordable Injury Rate < 1.06, 4.1.3 Safety Objective # 3 LTIF – Lost Time Injury Frequency < 0.28, 4.1.4 Safety Objectives # 4 – HSE Management System and Performance Management • Develop HSE Management System, • Socialization Key Performance Indicator to workforces, • Control of Key Performance Indicator 4.1.5 Safety Objectives # 5 – SAFETY BEHAVIOR 4.2 OCCUPATION HEALTH OBJECTIVES 1. 2. 3. Ensure availability of emergency equipments and maintain medicine stock Reduce occupation illness and sickness Continue improve the implementation of industrial hygiene 4.3 ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES 1. Improve employees environmental awareness by conduct regular training, displayed label, MSDS hazardous sign. 2. Minimize dust exposure during abrasive blasting and minimize oil spills 3. Improve waste management by waste segregation, storage and regular transportation 5
  7. 7. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 5. PROJECT HSE ACHIEVEMENT 2013 5.1 SAFETY OBJECTIVES 5.1.1 General Safety Objective # 1 HUMAN DIMENSION Total man-hours achievement of FMC Project since period June 2013 up to October 2013 are 13.244 (COD: 16 October 2013) which : - no fatality, no major accident, no major fire and no explosion was occurred Therefore, General Safety Objective # 1 – HUMAN DIMENSION is achieved. 5.1.2 Safety Objective # 2 During execution of FMC Project period June 2013 up to October 2013, the following HSE performance with total cumulative man hours achieved there were some 13.244 at yard as of closed date October 16 June, 2013 some accident has occurred as follows. a. TRIR (Total Recordable Injury Rate) During execution of FMC Project period June 2013 up to October 2013, Total FAT (Fatality) = 0, LTI (Lost Time Accidents) = 0, RWDC (Restricted Work Day Case) = 0, MTC (Medical Treatment Case) = 0. There for base on formula ANSI version below : TRIR = (FAT+RWDC+MTC+LTI) * 1.000.000 Man Hours TRIR = (0+0+0+0) * 1.000.000 13.244 TRIR = 0,00 Comparing objective TRIR value shall be < 2, 00. it means TRIR archived (0,00 < 2,00) b. LTIF (Lost Time Injury Frequency) During execution of FMC Project period June 2013 up to October 2013, Total FAT (Fatality) = 0, LTI (Lost Time Accidents) = 0 LTIF = (FAT+LTI) * 1.000.000 Man Hours 6
  8. 8. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 LTIF = (0+0) * 1.000.000 13.244 LTIF = 0 Comparing objective LTIF value shall be < 0, 75. it means LTIF archived (0 < 0, 75) Therefore, Safety Objective # 2 – TRIR = 0,00 and LTIF = 0 are achieved 5.1.3 Safety Objective # 3 During the implementation of fabrication period 2013, there was a significant improvement of safety behavior by proactive all employees and subcontractors on HSE program throughout: 1. Participate regularly on meeting program such as Toolbox Meeting in daily basis, mass meeting in weekly basis, HSE weekly and monthly meeting with client and monthly Safety Committee meeting 2. Implementation housekeeping (5S) program 3. Discipline on wearing PPE and unsafe practices has been reduced due to the implementation of violation card system 4. Conduct HSE inspection and internal & external audit in regular basis 5. Implementation safety communication such as safety poster/banner, barricade, HSE notice board, etc. 6. Management Communication such as management visit / management walkthrough. At meanwhile, HSE has been recognized for the implementation of HSE Management System by external audit as below: 1. We successfully in audit surveillance certified by SICS (Sucofindo International Certification Service) on OHSAS 18001:2007 (HSE Management System), ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System) 2. SMK3 (PERMENAKER No. 5 / 1996 and PP No. 50 / 2012) scored 92 (gold flag) and certificate will issue on March 2009. 3. We certified by LRQA (Lloyd Register Quality Assurance) on ISO 9001:2008 on Quality Management System. 4. We conduct internal HSE audit which held by internal auditor. It makes increase HSE performance. 5. Our corporate HSE manager has been selected as a Chairman of National of Safety Committee and has been selected as a Chairman of Provincial Banten Safety Committee by Banten Governor. Therefore, Safety Objective # 3 – Safety Behavior is achieved 5.2 OCCUPATION HEALTH OBJECTIVES 7
  9. 9. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 During the project execution contractor has provided adequate of the availability of medicine stock to cover employee and medical check up are completed performed to all employee improved to the project. 1. Ensure availability of emergency equipments and maintain medicine stock Emergency equipments and maintenance facilities has been improve such as New Clinic building complete with ambulance and clinic facilities and ERT Room building complete with emergency equipment, etc and also we maintain medicine stock in regular basis. All documents are recorded and reported to involved parties. Conduct drill regularly in monthly basis. 2. Reduce occupation illness and sickness Based on the clinic statistic reported, there was no occupation illness and sickness occurred. 3. Continue improve the implementation of industrial hygiene The implementation of industrial hygiene program is we conducted regularly such as inspection on canteen, noise level check, emission, illumination, UV Light, radiation, etc. All documents are recorded and reported to involved parties. We achieved Occupational Health objectives 6. HSE ORGANIZATION CHART See attachment 3 – Yard HSE Organization Chart 7. HSE PERFORMANCE STATISTIC 7.1 MAN HOURS EXPOSURE Since FMC Project started from October June 2013 up to October 2013 total cumulative man hours achieved are 13.244 . 8
  10. 10. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 SUMMARY OF HSE PERFORMANCE STATISTIC 1st article Project PERIOD : June 2013 – October 2013 No A Description WORKED HOURS 1 Total Man Power 2 Total Man Hours INCIDENT 1 Fatality Accident 2 Lost Time Injury (Company) 3 Lost Time Injury(Contractor) 4 Day Lost 5 Restricted Workday Case Performance Statistic Remarks 20 13244 C D E 9 No fatality No Lost Time Injury 6 Medical Treatment Case B 0 0 0 0 0 0 No Restricted Work Case 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 No High Potential 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 High Potential (HiPo) Incident First Aid Case (FAC) Occupational Illness Material / Production Loss Pollution / Spill Fire (not HPI) Damage (not HPI) Incident (Near Miss / NC) RTA / Incidents Security External RTA / Road Incidents External (Social) Vehicles Incident Root Cause Analysis HSE ACTIVITIES Safety Tool Box Meeting (Event) Safety Induction (No. of Persons) HSE Walkabout HSE Inspections SubContractors HSE Audits Medical Check up HSE Document Preparation Safety Weekly Meeting Safety Monthly Meeting Weekly Construction Meeting TRIR LTIF 24 20 8 7 5 20 8 15 1 5 1,10 0,26 No Lost Day No Occupational Illness No Material / Production Loss No Vehicle Incident
  11. 11. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 HSE Objective & HSE Achievement Period : June 2013 - October 20132 1.20 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 0.00 June July August September October Year 2013 TRIR 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 1.10 LTIF 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26 7.2 FATALITY (FAT) Since project activities started until the end project there was No Fatality case occurred. 7.3 LOSS TIME INJURY (LTI) Since project activities started until the end project there was No Lost Time Injury case occurred. 7.4 MEDICAL TREATMENT CASE (MTC) Total First Aid cases occurred on June 2013 up to October 2013, there were 6 cases that occurred at Yard activities. All corrective action as required by Client has been done. 7.5 FIRST AID CASES (FAC) Total First Aid cases occurred since June 2013 up to October 2013, there were 6 cases that occurred at Yard activities. All corrective action as required by Client has been done. 7.6 DAY LOSS During the yard activity performed until the end of the construction project there was no Day Loss occurred. 10
  12. 12. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 7.7 NEAR MISS INCIDENT (NMI) Total Near miss cases occurred since June 2013 up to October 2013, there were 2 cases. All corrective action as required by Client has been done (See attachment 12 – HSE Event Log Accident/Incident register) 7.8 MEDICAL RECORDS Since the starting of the project on June 2013 up to October 2013, the total clinic visitor were 20 Reported. (See attachment 9 – Summary Medical Record as Yard Clinic Visitor) 7.9 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) PT. Gunanusa has applied hazard identification and risk assessment with JRA & weekly Management walkthrough. All finding of both program had been closed and corrective action taken. 7.10 MANAGEMENT QHSE WALKTHROUGH RECORDS Total management QHSE walkthrough issued from contractor and company during 2013 up to October 2013. All of management QHSE walkthrough had been corrected and closed out (See attachment 10 - Safety Management QHSE Walkthrough Finding & Close Summary Number) 8. AREA OF CONCERN AND FOLLOW UP FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION 8.1 AREA OF CONCERN Referring to the HSE tracking record there were a lot of HSE issued identified from event log record, issued include findings and comments by Contractor and Client representative during HSE regular inspection. The finding areas of concerns that need to be improved were as follow: a. b. c. d. e. 11 Unsafe work practice & poor safety behavior Lack of PPE/ Fail to wear PPE Poor of Housekeeping Lack & unsafe equipment operation Improper electrical equipment /tools
  13. 13. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 8.2 FOLLOW UP FO FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION OF CONCERN AREA Almost all event log, SHOC Card, and Violation card reported have been corrected and follow up. Corrective Action & Follow-Up area of concern were as follow: 1. Unsafe work practice and poor safety behavior Finding:  Not followed the correct Standard Operational Procedure (SOP)  The used of equipment and tools with the wrong method Action taken: o Conducted safety behavior training. o Highlight at tool box talk related unsafe work practice by daily basis. o Conducted on the job training such as: Safe to use grinding machine, safe to use body harness, safe to use cutting torch. o Socializing the slogan” Safety is everybody business “, therefore everybody could have contribution encourage them to control each other’s and immediately reported by use SHOC card or correct the unsafe practices before incident occurred. 2. Lack of PPE / Fail to wear PPE Finding:  Undisciplined used of safety glasses although already supplied.  The used improper of Safety shoes  The used incorrect PPE for specific work such as working at height Action taken: o Supply standard PPE as requirement such as : Safety Helmet, safety glasses, dust mask, earplug, full body harness, Safety shoes. o Maintain PPE minimum stock and report the PPE stock by weekly basis. o Performed PPE inspection at entrance gate prior starting the work by daily basis. o Law enforcement wears PPE at work place. o Issue violation card 3. Poor Housekeeping Finding:  The storage of material in the wrong position and subtract to the way  The poor condition of work area waste management  The spread of welding rod Action taken: 12
  14. 14. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 o o o o Assign cleaning team who placed at every work place Perform daily housekeeping lead by supervisor after finish work Highlight at Tool Box Talk related this topic by daily basis Provide adequate fire protection equipment, to cover hazardous area when welding, cutting, grinding and sand blasting work performed 4. Lack and Unsafe Equipment Operation Finding:  Used homemade tools that unsafe  Lack of inspection to all equipment and tool Action taken : o Removed unsafe equipment and tools from work place o Performed all equipments regularly 5. Improper Electrical Equipment/Tools Finding:  Improper connection cable for electrical  Lack of inspection of electrical equipment Action taken: o Performed electrical equipment inspection regularly o Conducted basic electrical training 9. SUMMARY OF HSE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION 9.1 INDUCTION AND TRAINING 9.1.1 Induction HSE induction has conducted for all new hire including Visitor. In HSE induction all new hire were given information regarding safety rules and knowledge of HSE matters. During period June 2013 to October 2013, PTG HSE dept has been conducted induction for PTG & subcontractor and visitors. 9.1.2 Training In order to comply the Contractor and client requirement those are project employees are participating. During period June 2013 to October 2013, PTG HSE dept has been conducted training as per training matrix, training syllabus, training schedule and training need analysis. PTG has provided two training room which 20 seat capacity and equipped by computer and LCD projector and audio. (See Attachment 7 – HSE Training Record) 13
  15. 15. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 PTG also have conducted some safety training with Topic: 1. Acceptance Scaffolding 2. HSE Awareness 3. Lifting and rigging practice 4. Job Risk Assessment 5. Radiography 6. Accident Incident investigation 7. First aid & CPR HSE passport has been implemented and recognized the workers who attended and participated the training. Also the attendances were given a certificate 9.2 JOB RISK ASSESSMENT PTG – FMC for 1st Articles Project. HSE Department has proposed HIRADC/JRA issued at yard as required by client prior to commencement of specific work since All JRA has socialized to all workers prior execute the job. (See attachment 9 – Job Risk Analysis Record) 9.3 HSE AUDITS HSE Audit is determined as follow: 1. HSE Internal Audit 2. Internal audit integration Quality and HSE 3. HSE external by Third Party 5. HSE Audit for Subcontractor PTG was performed HSE Audit for all Sub contractor prior commencement the work. The external Audit from Sucofindo for SMK3, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 also to be held during execution project. PTG has awarded SMK3, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 certification. 9.4 HSE TRACKING RECORDS HSE Dept has established a system for tracking the status finding of: • HSE Join inspection (QHSE Management Walkthrough) • Equipment Inspection • HSE Audit 9.5 HSE INSPECTION PROGRAM 9.5.1 Join Inspection FMC and PTG joint inspection on PTG operations and facilities was conducted regularly since June 2013 to October 2013. The corrective actions/follow up status is submitted to FMC regularly in weekly basis. The participants were FMC Project Management Team and PTG Project Management and conducted HSE management review meeting after yard walk around. (See Attachment 10 – QHSE Management Walkthrough) 14
  16. 16. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 9.5.2 Equipments, Tools Inspection To ensure all equipment & tools is used in safe and proper condition therefore the inspection has to perform regularly. The equipment & tools inspection is performed by Safety inspector and yard facility inspector as per schedule, the inspection including: 1. Lifting gears applied as color code. 2. Heavy vehicles such as : Cranes, Loaders, forklift, trailer, excavator 3. Electrical equipments such as : Generator set, 4. Powered tools and hand tools 5. Scaffolding and accessories 6. Equipment such as : Compressor, Air receiver tank 7. Light vehicles 8. Firefighting equipment 9. Gas cylinders and accessories 10. Welding equipment and accessories 11. Over Head Crane 12. Radiography equipments 9.6 HSE COMMUNICATION PROGRAM 9.6.1 Pre Start Job Meeting Pre start job meeting was conducted by Safety personnel, Supervisors at yard with the workers in daily basis of each working shift before start work and the foreman have to fill the Pre job check list. 9.6.2 Tool Box Meeting Toolbox meeting are conducted by PTG Safety and Supervisors in daily basis. The agenda was to review the incidents, Near miss cases occurred in the previous week and other safety issued if any. The main topic is generally decided in the weekly Safety Coordination Meeting with sub contractors based on the priority of the most critical and significant incident and/ or Near miss of the week. 9.6.3 Safety Coordination Meeting This meeting is conducted by PTG in weekly basis attended by AGJV and PTG, in addition to the discussion of important safety issues, the topics of toolbox meeting in the coming weekly are decided also in this meeting. 9.6.4 15 Project Management Review Meeting
  17. 17. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 Project Management Review Meeting was conducted by PTG Management in monthly basis and attended by PTG Top Management, Yard Manager, Yard Construction Manager, Corp HSE Manager or Project HSE Manager. 9.6.5 HSE Internal Meeting HSE Internal Meeting was conducted by PTG corp HSE Manager in weekly basis and attended by All HSE personnel (Safety and Medic). 9.7 HEALTH AND HYGIENE Health and hygiene matters is maintained and inspected by Medical doctor and Environmental officer with concern: 1. Aqua Maker for drinking water and supply all employee at the Yard. 2. To ensure the process of aqua maker meet the health and hygiene standard, the water has been sent to third party laboratory for examination every month. 3. Canteen and kitchen. 4. The inspection is performed by PTG Doctor ,PTG GA Officer and Environmental Officer by monthly basis 9.8 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT All environmental matters have been improved with concern: 1. Noise mapping Noise mapping have available as per the result of noise measurement at work place area. 2. Oil Spill Management Provide Secondary containment, Oil Absorbent and drip pan to prevent oil spill from generator set or compressor felt to the ground directly. 3. Hazardous material handling Give labeling at chemical containers, drums and cans to identify the potential hazard, provide MSDS box at each work shop and has socialized to workers. 4. Water spraying Water spraying used water tank was performed to prevent dust pollution impact when dry season coming at yard. 5. Environmental Awareness PTG has conducted environmental awareness, hazardous handling material, and Audit ISO version 14001 to increase the employee’s environmental awareness. A PTG employee also has attended external training and seminar such as: Oil Spill Management, Seminar of new environmental regulation of Banten Government. 6. Yard Facility Improvement PTG has improved yard facility such as: Upgrading Jetty 1, add new Office building, new access road, Parking area, boundary, new water drainage, TSA Chamber, RT Chamber, New clinic building, New temporary waste disposal building. 16
  18. 18. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 9.9 HSE PROCEDURE DEVELOPED PTG has improved and issued some HSE procedure and has approved by AGJV such as HSE Manual. (See attachment 11 – HSE Master Document Register) 9.10 HSE REPORTING SYSTEM PTG have been implemented HSE Reporting System as required in Daily basis, Weekly basis and Monthly Basis. The Reporting System that issued to PTG and AGJV as a followed:  HSE Performance Statistic input report include HSE Training record, HSE Inspection record, Medical record, PPE stock, reported in Weekly basis.  Environmental Report (included waste management, Oil spill management, and other environmental matters) reported in Monthly basis. 17
  19. 19. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 1 HSE POLICY 18
  20. 20. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 2 YARD HSE ORGANIZATION CHART 19
  21. 21. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 3 SUMMARY WORK PERMIT 20
  22. 22. 1st Articles Project WORK PERMIT REGISTER OVERALL Period : September 2013 - October 2013 PT. GUNANUSA UTAMA FABRICATORS Cut Of Date : 24 October 2013 EXECUTION NO. WORK PERMIT NUMBER ACTIVITY LOCATION DESCRIPTION OF WORK Work Planned to start PERSONNEL IN CHARGE Actual start Valid Date Finish REMARKS STATUS REQUESTER Time Spv./FM COORD. SAFETY 1 HPP/HSE/IX/FMC/13/01 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Pre-Hydrotest for piping 24-Sep-13 24-Sep-13 07:30 - 17:00 25-Sep-13 25-Sep-13 CLOSED Donny N. Andy Siswadi 2 HPP/HSE/IX/FMC/13/02 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Hyfrojetting 100 bar 25-Sep-13 25-Sep-13 13:30 - 17:00 26-Sep-13 26-Sep-13 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Siswadi 3 HPP/HSE/IX/FMC/13/03 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Hyfrojetting 100 bar 26-Sep-13 26-Sep-13 12:00 - 17:00 27-Sep-13 27-Sep-13 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Sobari 4 HPP/HSE/IX/FMC/13/04 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Hydrotest 1,000 Psi, During 8 hours 31-Sep-2013 31-Sep-2013 11:00 - 17:00 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Sobari 5 HPP/HSE/X/FMC/13/05 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Hydrotest 1,000 Psi, 1-Oct-13 1-Oct-13 07:30 - 17:00 2-Oct-13 2-Oct-13 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Sobari 6 HPP/HSE/X/FMC/13/06 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Hydrotest 1,000 Psi, 2-Oct-13 2-Oct-13 07:30 - 17:00 3-Oct-13 3-Oct-13 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Sobari 7 HPP/HSE/X/FMC/13/07 High Pressure Potential Workshop 1 Flushing 3-Oct-13 3-Oct-13 07:30 - 17:00 4-Oct-13 4-Oct-13 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Sobari 8 LIFT/HSE/X/FMC/13/01 LIFTING Workshop 5 Lift for test manifold 4-Oct-13 4-Oct-13 07:30 - 17:00 4-Oct-13 4-Oct-13 CLOSED Donny N. Donny N. Sobari 9 LIFT/HSE/X/FMC/13/02 LIFTING Workshop 1 Load out manifold 24-Oct-13 24-Oct-13 10:00 - 12:00 24-Oct-13 24-Oct-13 CLOSED M. Zen Ardan Sobari Prepared by, Fitri Ifony HSE Engineer Page 1 31-Sep-2013 31-Sep-2013
  23. 23. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 4 JRA RECORD 21
  24. 24. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards 1 Work on construction Yard 1.1 Unfamiliar with the construction work activity, uncontrolled activities Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Contact with hot metal particles, under load swinging by crane, use of tools improperly, etc. Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR 4 3 12 P 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 Ensure all working personnel are qualified and familiar with the construction activity HE IR 2 3 6 Ensure all working personnel have passed the medical examination prior to first day of work All working personnel must complete safety induction Appropriate trainings are conducted for all working personnel Mandatory PPE (hard hat, eyewear, footwear, long sleeves shirt) must be worn when entering the construction Yard Additional PPE is selected and worn as per activity to be performed Toolbox Meeting is conducted regularly at the first shift and prior to commencing critical work Personnel who are going to do critical task such as scaffolder for work at height shall pass appropriate medical check conducted regularly Traffic Management HR HR & HSE HR Warehouse Yard Manager Warehouse Supervisor Permit to work established for critical tasks namely confined space entry, heavy lifting, radiography test, hydrotest, leak test, pressure test, excavation, working at height, energi isolation 1.1.10 Ensure the lighting is adequate for work at night Doctor of PTG 2.1 Vehicle movements Struck by vehicles, collision 1.2.1 4 3 12 Establish the emergency preparedness and response system HSE 1.2.2 1.2.3 Designated Muster Points for evacuation are established Emergency drill conducted regularly HSE HSE 2.1.1 Provide separate entry and exit gateways for pedestrians and vehicles 2.1.2 1.2 2 Medium Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Doctor of PTG 1.1.9 Poor response for emergency Mass panic, late evacuation case Residual Risk Ensure that drivers driving out onto public roads can see both ways along the footways before they move onto it 2 3 6 Yard Manager Yard Manager 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.1.8 Clear the road access from any obstruction such as material storage to minimise reversing Install barrier between the road access and fabrication area No private or motorbike car allowed to go to site Provide car parking away from site Control the gateway from entry and exit vehicle Apply speed limit at Yard (15 km/hours) Supervisor Yard Manager Yard Manager Yard Manager Yard Manager 2.2.1 Place standard road signs in place where appropriate and visible HSE 2.1.3 2.2 Lack of information Collision Supervisor
  25. 25. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Using vehicles and mobile plant Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario P HE IR Failure vehicles, mobile plant 4 3 12 P 3.1 Poor vehicles, mobile plant 3.1.1 Select suitable vehicles or mobile plant for purpose 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3 HE IR 2 3 6 Residual Risk The vehicles have adequate visibility for driver/operator Visibility aids such as mirror and CCTV provided Effective braking system and steering provided and function Headlights, horn, windscreen wiper and warning devices such as reversing alarm and sign lamp provided and function 3.1.5 Medium Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Yard Manager Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 3.1.6 3.1.7 3.2.1 Supervisor Driver/operator conduct inspection of vehicle prior to use (daily basis) Driver/Operator Driver/operator are in fit condition to work and medical examination will be check prior to commencing critical work Supervisor 3.2.4 Driver/operator are fully understand the operating procedure of the vehicle Supervisor 3.2.5 Driver/operator respect to speed limits Driver/Operator 3.2.6 Park vehicle on flat ground with engine switched off, handbrake applied and use wheel chock if necessary Driver/Operator 3.2.7 Collision Driver/operator are competent person (trained and certified) as per class of machine 3.2.3 Unsafe driving Supervisor Supervisor 3.2.2 3.2 Seat belt provided and function Inspection and maintenance conducted regularly Provide designated turning areas if applicable to minimise vehicle reversing Yard Manager 3.2.8 Check the condition behind vehicle prior to reversing 3.2.9 Use signalman to guide vehicles for reverse movement 3.2.10 Signalman in safe position during reversing vehicles 4 Material delivery 4.1 Poor loads arrangement Material fall from vehicles, injured person 4 3 12 Driver/Operator Driver/Operator Signalman 4.1.1 Load platform, bodywork and anchorage points are appropriate for for the load 4.1.2 Put the material as per maximum load capacity of vehicle Supervisor 4.1.3 Load placed on the center of gravity of load platform if applicable to keep the stability of vehicle Supervisor 4.1.4 The larger and heavier load placed at the bottom Supervisor 4.1.5 When a load is stacked, the lower packages should be strong enough to support the others when the vehicle is braking, cornering or accelerating Supervisor 2 3 6 Medium Supervisor
  26. 26. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation 4.1.6 Supervisor 4.2.1 Appropriate securing equipments such as clamps, special bolts, steel wire ropes, chains, webbing harnesses, sheets, nets, ropes and shoring barsare available on vehicle Supervisor The securing equipment regularly inspected for wear or damage No misuse for securing equipment Supervisor Supervisor 4.2.4 The steel wire rope or other equipment should have safe working load Supervisor 4.2.5 The load must be packed tightly before applying the restraints Supervisor 4.2.6 The load must be checked for security and the lashings tested for adequate tension Supervisor 4.2.7 Material fall from vehicles, injured person The load should be arranged so that it does not obstruct the driver’s field of vision including rear view through the driving mirrors 4.2.2 4.2.3 Poor load restraint Supervisor 4.1.7 4.2 The weight of heavy loads of small dimensions should be distributed across the vehicle platform by the use of load spreading devices. (e.g.. pallets, large wooden board etc.) Check that cargo doors are locked and that locking mechanisms are in good condition. Supervisor Lashings must be properly tensioned at all times using a tensioning 4.2.8 device specified by the manufacturer of the lashing. 4.2.9 The angle of lashing not exceed 60 degree from horizontal position 4.2.10 At least one lashing every 1.5m along the length of the load Lashings must be protected against abrasion and or cutting by the 4.2.11 use of corner protectors or protective sleeves Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 4.2.12 Suitable dunnage as additional equipment to restraint load 4.2.13 Beware of crushing when opening the tie of load 5 Loading and unloading materials Supervisor Personnel 5.2 Collision, turning vehicle Personnel move up and down Fall from height the load platform 4 3 12 Load and unload vehicle on level ground away from passing traffic, overhead hazards. Positioning vehicle so that it does not effect to vehicle stability Apply braking system during loading and unloading Use wheel choke if necessary Supervisor Driver/Operator Driver/Operator 5.1.6 Crowded area 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.1.5 5.1 Determine the exclusion zone during loading unloading activity and place barricade surround it Supervisor 5.2.1 Suitable means of access used to move up and down to load platform Supervisor 5.2.2 The access facilitates three points contact Supervisor 2 3 6 Medium Supervisor
  27. 27. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Load positioning, unstable Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Lifting operations by crane 6.1 Failure of crane/lifting gears Material fall Fatality, Property Damage 4 4 16 Check the load from movement prior to unloading Keep the load on the position until unloading starts Supervisor Supervisor Use appropriate means of unloading if the loads become unstable during transport Supervisor 5.3.4 5.3.5 5.3.6 5.3.7 6 5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 5.3 Extended exclusion zone during such unloading activity No roll off load out of vehicle No load tied on an object to drag it off by moving the vehicle Beware of crushing when opening the tie of load Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Personnel 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 Use certified crane & lifting gears Crane to be checked prior to use by the operator Visual inspection for sling & shackle to be done prior to use Control/check and make sure that the weight of the material is not over the SWL of crane & lifting gears 6.1.4 4 3 12 Medium Supervisor Supervisor Rigger Rigger 6.1.5 6.2 Load fall down / drop object 6.3 7 Using lifting gears Pinch point 7.1 Poor lifting gear condition Failure lifting gear when in use Inappropriate lifting gears to 3 12 Ensure that safety signal work properly Supervisor Use tag line to control movement of lifted object No body under the load during lifting Only competent & experience personnel who operate the crane Rigger Rigger Supervisor 6.3.1 6.3.2 4 Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 6.2.2 6.2.3 6.2.4 Personal injury Rigger Only competent & experience personnel who operate the crane No lifting activity during bad environment such as raining and dark Clear access of over head crane at workshop 6.2.1 Property damage, Fatality, Injured person Nobody under the load during lifting 6.1.6 6.1.7 6.1.8 Pinch bar to be used to remove plate clamp on the ground Workers to wear rigger gloves for protection Rigger Supervisor 7.1.1 Conduct inspection regularly to ensure that lifting gears are in good condition 7.1.2 Find out the purpose of use for each lifting gears Supervisor 7.1.3 Find out the correct way of each lifting gears Supervisor 7.1.4 Ensure that working load limit statement is stamped from manufacture Supervisor 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor
  28. 28. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor Ensure the load is secured Supervisor Avoid sharp bends, pinching and kinks in rigging equipment Supervisor 7.2.4 Never wrap wire rope sling completely around a hook Rigger 7.2.5 Make sure the load is balanced in the hook Supervisor 7.2.6 Never point-load a hook unless it is designed and rated for such use Supervisor 7.2.7 Never wrap the crane hoist rope around the load Rigger 7.2.8 Avoid bending the eye section of wire rope sling around corner or near any attached fitting Rigger 7.2.9 Load fall down Consider the best method of slinging relative to weight, shape, center of gravity, lifting points and load stability 7.2.3 Incorrect sling configuration 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2 Understand the effect of sling angle on sling load or pull angle on beam load Supervisor 7.2.10 Ensure the riggers are able to tie basic knots and hitches With two or more slings on hook, use shackle as supporting to sling 7.2.11 balance Supervisor Supervisor 7.2.12 Use tag line for control, attached to the load 7.2.13 Block loose loads before unhooking Using lever hoist Rigger 7.2.14 Stay back when slings are pulled out under the loads 8 Supervisor Rigger 8.2 Poor lever hoist Poor application Failure lever hoist when in use Chain break, shock pressure, object fall 4 3 12 8.1.1 Conduct check prior to use 8.1.2 8.1 Do not use deformed hook Supervisor 8.2.1 Do not overload or perform excessive fixed dragging Supervisor 8.2.2 Check the position of holder pawl User 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor
  29. 29. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation 8.2.3 Material falling, forklift over turn 4 3 12 Supervisor Do not get the load dragged against floor User Avoid using two blocks for suspending a load User Do not pull up too far or pull down slamming fast User Do not turn around the chain block as loaded User Stop pulling when the load is 10 cm above the floor, check for break action User Do not step in under the load User 9.2.8 Material handling and stacking 10.1 Wrong operation by forklift truck Do not overload the chain hoist 9.2.7 10 Supervisor 9.2.6 Overload, load fall, chain break Do not use deformed hook 9.2.5 12 Conduct check prior to use 9.2.4 3 9.1.1 9.2.1 4 User 9.2.3 Poor application Failure chain hoist when in use Ensure the chain is free from kink or twist 9.2.2 9.2 Poor chain hoist User User User User 9.1.2 9.1 Do not unwind or wind the load Avoid using two blocks for suspending a load Keep the improper lever hoist in the storage Keep the chain alignment with both of hooks 8.2.8 Using chain hoist User 8.2.4 8.2.5 8.2.6 8.2.7 9 Keep the object into the saddle of hook Keep the chain alignment with both of hooks User 10.1.1 Forklift completed with load backrest, overhead guard, audible warning and light 10.1.2 Operator restraint (seat belt) worn all the times Suitable attachment i.e. fork extension or barrel clamp as per 10.1.3 manufacturer instruction 3 2 2 3 6 6 Medium Medium Supervisor Supervisor Operator Supervisor
  30. 30. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk 10.1.4 The rate capacity marked on attachment Nobody allowed to be lifted by forklift truck unless using certified 10.1.5 safe working platform Supervisor Supervisor 10.1.6 Lower the fork on the ground when parking 10.1.7 No over reach or over load when loading 10.1.8 Avoid violent braking or sudden change of direction Where possible, travel with the fork arms lowered to within 150 mm 10.1.9 (6’’) of level ground and mast tilted slightly back 10.1.10 Operator Operator Operator Operator When loaded, travel down or up slopes with the fork arms facing uphill Operator Before raising a load ensure there is sufficient clearance overhead 10.1.11 to do so and that objects which could fall and injure people nearby will not be dislodged 10.2 Unstable forklift position 11 Manual Handling 11.1 Wrong position Back Injury Operator Before the mast/boom is raised/lowered or extended, the truck 10.2.1 should be stationary with the parking/handbrake applied and transmission disengaged before the hydraulics are used. 10.2.2 No stacking or destacking allowed on incline position 10.2.3 Adjust the fork spread to suit the load Material falling, forklift over turn 4 2 8 11.1.1 Avoid the need to move loads manually Operator Operator Operator 2 2 4 Low Fully utilise mechanical handling devices, eg lift trucks, pallet trucks, 11.1.2 trolleys Material storage at yard 12.1 Flammable liquid (fuel, oil) Fire, explosion 4 3 12 12.1.1 Keep the flammable liquid in the appropriate tanks Place the tanks into secured designated area that away from 12.1.2 construction area Supervisor Supervisor 11.1.3 Try to avoid heavy lifting especially repetitive lifting over a long Pay attention for moving heavy objects, awkward load shapes, strenuous pushing and pulling, stacking above shoulder height, 11.1.4 uncomfortable working positions, repetitive work (eg packing) and use of excessive force 11.1.5 Use hand handle to lift the load if applicable 11.1.6 Ensure no obstruction of sight when handling 11.1.7 Avoid lifting carrying object with awkward position 11.1.8 Do not lift a load not exceed 20 kg 11.1.9 Apply good handling technique for lifting equipment 12 Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor Worker Worker Worker Worker Worker Worker 2 3 6 Medium Supervisor Supervisor
  31. 31. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation 12.1.3 12.1.4 12.1.5 12.1.6 12.3 Tubular steel (pipe, scaffolding pipe) Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 12.1.7 12.2 Compressed gas cylinder Provide adequate suitable fire extinguishers in the storage area Only authorised person could enter the storage area Place appropriate warning sign Maintain the drainage of spillage Use small locked drum or container and put it away from hot work activity when it is in use on construction or maintenance activity Supervisor Put the cylinder in upright position all the times Keep the cylinder in appropriate basket Ensure the basket in stable position Use lifting lugs to lift the basket otherwise use forklift truck Keep the basket in safe clear distance from hot work activity 12.2.5 otherwise protect it by fire blanket Gas leak, fire, explosion 12.2.1 12.2.2 12.2.3 12.2.4 Non tubular steel (beam, channel) Stacked material collapse, material damage 12.5 Garnet mesh 13 Electricity Put scaffolding pipe on designated rack Use appropriate stopper under stacked pipes Use appropriate clamp to lock pipe movements Place barricade or other barrier surround the stacked pipes 12.4.2 12.4.3 12.5.1 12.5.2 12.6.1 12.6.2 12.6.3 12.6.4 12.6.5 12.6.6 Fire, explosion Contact with live equipment, Electric shock, burns, electric 13.1 poor installation, faulty arc, fire and explosion equipment, source of ignition Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 12.4.1 Put the material on appropriate support placed on level ground Dust 12.6 Paint and solvent Supervisor 12.3.1 Put the pipes on appropriate support placed on the level ground Rolling pipe, material damage 12.3.2 12.3.3 12.3.4 12.3.5 12.4 Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 4 3 12 Put small size materials on pallet Sort the position orderly and tidy Keep the garnet in the bag prior to use Put the bag on pallet to make it tidy and orderly Keep the material in designated room Ensure the room is well ventilated No smoking area applied for the room Personnel wear appropriate masker when work in the room Keep the paint into designated drum or container prior to use Provide designated waste bins for contaminated material of paints 13.1.1 Personnel working on electrical equipment or system are competent person Supervisor 13.1.2 Ensure the electrical installation is safe as per suitable standard Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 2 3 6 Medium Supervisor Supervisor
  32. 32. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation 13.1.3 13.1.4 13.1.5 13.1.6 13.1.7 Provide adequate socket outlet to prevent overloading socket Use suitable equipment for working environment Use wireless equipment to eliminate electrical risk if applicable Use adequate insulated equipment Provide clearly marked switch on equipment Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 13.1.8 For earthing cable, the end of cable firmly clamped to stop wire pulling out of the terminal Supervisor 13.1.9 Use proper connector to joint the length of cable 13.1.10 Protect light bulb or other equipment that could be easily damaged 13.1.11 Limit the supply voltage to the lowest needed Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Ensure the main switchboard, socket outlet or equipment are 13.1.12 equipped with RCD that have rated current tripping not more than 30 mA Supervisor 13.1.13 Regular inspection and maintenance conducted 13.1.14 Pre-use check conducted by user No work on live equipment or installation unless permit to work has 13.1.15 been approved 14 Using powered equipment 14.1 Use improper equipment 14.2 Unsafe electrical supply Electrocute, electric shock Overheating, source of ignition 4 3 12 14.1.1 Check the equipment is in good condition Check the plug is in good condition and is properly secured with no 14.1.2 internal wire visible Check the electrical cable is not damaged, not repaired with 14.1.3 insulating tape or unsuitable connector Position any trailing wires so that it avoid trip hazard or get 14.1.4 damaged Supervisor User Supervisor 2 3 6 Medium Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 14.2.1 Check that the electrical equipment is suitable for electrical supply Supervisor 14.2.2 Check the electrical supply is safe to use Supervisor 14.2.3 Use Residual Current Devices (RCD) on electrical supply with tripping current < 30 mA Supervisor
  33. 33. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards 15 Working on live equipment 15.1 Unplanned work Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Contact with energy (electricity, mechanical, rotating equipment, stored energy, pressure) Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR 4 4 16 P 15.1.1 Propose appropriate work permit prior to work 15.1.2 Identify the circuit or equipment to be worked 15.1.3 Know the drawing of electrical system for details information and work to be done HE IR 3 2 6 Residual Risk Medium Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 15.1.4 Plan and manage the work Supervisor 15.1.5 Specify correct system of work and its procedures Supervisor 15.1.6 Only trained person can do this job and specify level of supervision Supervisor 15.1.7 Provide appropriate protective equipment Supervisor 15.1.8 Provide appropriate information, tools and instrument Supervisor 15.1.9 Disconnect the equipment from any source of electrical energy Supervisor 15.1.10 Isolate the lived equipment or relevant part with it Supervisor Ensure the means of disconnection is secured by safety lock having 15.1.11 unique key Supervisor 15.1.12 If a plug has been withdrawn, ensure that it can not be reconnected Supervisor 15.1.13 If a fuse has been removed, ensure that it can not be reinserted Supervisor 15.1.14 Post notice to let everyone knows that work is being done Supervisor Completed the notice with name of person working and contact 15.1.15 number Supervisor 15.1.16 Test the isolated equipment to ensure the power is off Supervisor 15.1.17 Use earthing devices if necessary Supervisor Ensure the equipments have adequate working space, access and 15.1.18 lighting Supervisor
  34. 34. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Apply a permit to work after all precautions have been taken, especially for high-voltage system Remove all safety lock used for securing equipment when work has 15.1.20 finished 15.1.19 Supervisor Supervisor 15.1.21 Close work permit when work has finished 16 Using hand tools 16.1 Flying debris, broken handle when using cold chisel Injury 3 2 6 16.1.1 Used to cut or shape soft metals as well as concrete and brick Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor 3 1 4 Low Supervisor 16.1.2 Avoid using the chisel with mushroom head, it should be ground off 16.1.3 Use hand gloves and eye protection when using chisel Flying head, broken handle when using hammer 16.2.1 Ensure that head is secure and tight prior to using it Injury User 16.2.2 Replace damaged handle or stem Hit the target with head of sledgehammer to avoid weakening the 16.2.3 stem and flying head 16.2 User User User User As with any striking or struck tool, use eye protection when using 16.2.4 sledgehammer 17 Using pneumatic tools (blasting, painting, chipping) 17.1 High pressure Personal injury 4 2 8 17.1.1 Only trained person allowed to operate pneumatic tools 17.1.2 17.1.3 17.1.4 17.1.5 17.1.6 17.1.7 17.1.8 17.1.9 18 Cutting by torch 18.1 Sparks, spatter Fire, burn, explosion 4 4 16 User 2 2 4 Low Marked capacity of power tools is readible Keep all tools in good condition with regular maintenance Use the right tool for the job Examine each tool from damage before use Operate according to the manufacturer's instructions Disconnected the power when replacing anything Conduct inspection regularly Proper PPE to be use while working with pneumatic tools. Flash back arrestor/check valve is installed on both cutting torch & regulator Secured the connection between hose to cylinders & hose to cutting 18.1.2 torch by proper mechanical clamps 18.1.1 18.1.3 Oxygen & LPG cylinder stored on the rack Supervisor User User User User User User Supervisor User 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor User Supervisor
  35. 35. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk 18.1.4 Conduct test to check gas leak by soapy water Remove flammable materials from work area otherwise protect it by 18.1.5 fire blanket 18.1.6 Provide fire extinguisher and watchman to be stand by 18.1.7 Use appropriate PPE (faceshield and glove) 19 Compressed gas handling 19.1 Flammable gas, oxydizing Fire, Explosion, Personal gas, toxic gas, akwark shape Injury 5 3 15 19.1.1 Put cylinders in the appropriate rack/ basket 19.1.2 19.1.3 19.1.4 19.1.5 19.1.6 19.1.7 19.1.8 19.1.9 19.1.10 20 Grinding/ Cutting by grinding machine 20.1 Electricity Electric shock 4 3 12 User User User User 2 2 4 Low Always turn the gas supply off at the cylinder when the gas is not in use Regularly check all connections from fault and leaks Avoid taking gas cylinder in to poorly ventilated rooms or confined spaces Store gas cylinders outside whenever possible or in a well ventilated place Never allow oil or grease to come into contact with cylinder fittings Cylinder containing flammable gases, must not be stored in close proximity to open flames Cylinders shall be stored protected from direct sunrays To protect the valve during transportation, the cover cap should be screwed on hand tight and remain on until the cylinder is in place Cylinders should never be rolled or dragged when removing 20.1.1 Only trained person that allowed to operate powered tools 20.1.2 Keep all tools in good condition with regular maintenance 20.1.3 Examine each tool from damage before use 20.1.4 Operate according to the manufacturer's instructions Mandatory PPE + faceshield to be use while working with powered 20.1.5 tools. 20.1.6 Good electrical cable insulation and grounding 20.1.7 The electrical cable has been tested & tagged 20.1.8 Use hand glove for protection To ensure that all electrical cables & equipments are installed by 20.1.9 designated trained electrician Turn off/unplugged the power of grinding machines during 20.1.10 replacement the disc 20.1.11 Ensure cable insulation in good condition 20.1.12 Provide ELCB Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor User User User User User User Supervisor User User 2 3 6 Medium Supervisor Supervisor User User Electrician User Supervisor User User Supervisor User User Supervisor Electrician
  36. 36. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation 20.1.13 Inspect equipment prior to use 20.1.14 Use approved grinding disc only 20.1.15 Grinding machine is equipped with dead man switch 20.2 20.2.1 Use proper PPE for grinding activity: safety glass, face shield User 20.2.2 Limitation access to the work area Flying small particles from the Eye injury activity User Supervisor 20.2.3 Use spark shield during grinding activities for protection to other workers/visitors User 20.4 21 Welding, Gouging Sparks come to flammable material 21.1 Electricity 20.3.1 Use only approved grinding machine that has passed the inspection Injured personnel User User Remove flammable materials from the area otherwise protect the 20.4.1 materials by fire blanket. Keep the safe distance from the flammable material and grinding activity 20.4.2 Provide portable fire extinguisher Fire, burn Electric shock User 20.3.2 Make sure grinding machine rotation speed (RPM) less than grinding disc allowable rotation 20.3.3 Proper replacing/installing/tightening grinding disk 20.3 Grinding disc broken 5 3 15 21.1.1 Always be sure the work cable makes a good connections 21.1.2 Connection shall be close as possible from the welding point 21.1.3 Be certain of a good electrical grounding Maintain the electrode holder, work clamp, welding cable and 21.1.4 welding machine in good condition When working at height use full body harness to avoid falling down 21.1.5 in case of electric shock User User 5 2 10 Medium Supervisor Welder Welder Welder Welder 21.2 UV-IR-Light radiation Eyes and skin irritation 21.2.1 Use a shield with proper filterand cover plates 21.2.2 Use suitable cloathing made from durable flame resistant material 21.2.3 Protect others by installing an appropriate screening Welder Welder Welder 21.3 Fumes and gas Ill-health 21.3.1 Weld within a ventilated area Provide blower when welding in confined space or where there is a 21.3.2 risk that the concentration of fumes and gases could be too high, welder must wear individual breathing protection Supervisor Welder
  37. 37. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards 21.4 Sparks, spatter 21.5 Noise 22 Work in the extreme environment 22.1 Poor lighting Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk 21.4.1 Remove flammable material in the risk zone 21.4.2 Screen off the area 21.4.3 Make sure that sufficient fire extinguisher is available 21.4.4 Welding shields or barriers shall be used to protect workers from flash 21.4.5 Use appropriate PPE for welding (appron, welding hand glove) Fire and Burns Welder Welder 21.5.1 21.5.2 21.5.3 21.5.4 3 3 9 22.1.1 Provide good light including natural light and avoid glare Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor Welder Welder Use individual ear protector Install noise absorber Screen off noisy work area Use quiter tools for grinding and removing slag Using a suitable welding process and welding technique can 21.5.5 minimise grinding and slag removal Ill-Health (deft) Visual fatigue Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures Supervisor Welder Welder Welder Welder 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor 22.1.2 Provide a good level of local lighting in place where necessary Supervisor 22.1.4 Provide special fittings for flammable and explosive atmosphere Supervisor 22.1.5 Conduct inspection for the luminance 22.2 Exposure of dust, fume or gas Ill-health Supervisor 22.1.3 Provide suitable form of lighting Supervisor 22.2.1 Provide proper respiratory protective equipment for employees Supervisor 22.2.2 Inform all employee the need of using respiratory protective equipment in some certain workplaces Supervisor 22.2.3 Look after the respiratory protective equipment given 22.2.4 Conduct inspection for using of respiratory protective equipment Noise from machine 22.3 operation, gouging activity Ill-health (deft) Supervisor Supervisor 22.3.1 Provide proper hearing protection for employees Supervisor 22.3.2 Monitor the sound level at workplace Supervisor Inform all employee the need of using hearing protection in some 22.3.3 certain workplace Supervisor 22.3.4 Look after the hearing protection given Supervisor 22.3.5 Conduct inspection for using of hearing protection Supervisor
  38. 38. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards 23 Working at height Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Improper access, work area is 23.1 not safe to prevent people Personnel falling, drop object from falling Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR 4 4 16 P 23.1.1 Avoid working at height 23.1.2 23.1.3 23.1.4 23.1.5 23.1.6 HE IR 3 2 6 Residual Risk Medium In existing place, provide appropriate permanent access and edge protection Provide work equipment with collective fall protection that protect all those at risk (scaffolding, MEWP) Provide work equipment with collective fall protection that protect the individual (fall restrain system) Minimize distance and consequences of fall and protect all those at risk (nets, soft landing systems Minimize distance and consequences of fall and protect the individual (fall arrest system, rope access) Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 23.1.7 Provide working at height awareness training 23.1.8 Use podium steps or ladders for light duty Working at height, personnel falling 24.2 Scaffolding collapse Injured person, Fatality Injured person, Fatality 4 4 16 Supervisor 23.1.11 Use rope and pulley to move material up and down 24.1 Supervisor 23.1.10 Keep materials into the box or secure it Erecting and Dismantling scaffolding Supervisor 23.1.9 Closure or segregate area from unauthorized people 24 Supervisor Supervisor 24.1.1 24.2.1 24.2.2 24.2.3 24.2.4 24.2.5 24.2.6 24.2.7 Wear safety harness and hand gloves during erecting or dismantling scaffolding Only certified and competent scaffolder allowed to erecting or dismantling scaffolding Conduct inspection regularly (weekly basis) To use approved material scaffolding (tubing, wood plank and clamp) Applied tagging system No modification allowed without authorization from supervisors/inspector concerned Inspector shall recertified acceptance of the scaffold after modification (if any) Scaffolding shall be connected to the permanent structure to prevent collapse 3 2 6 Medium Scaffolder Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Inspector Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor
  39. 39. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P 24.2.8 HE IR Residual Risk Scaffolding must be based on firm, level foundation and avoid soft ground Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor 24.2.9 Provide extra support as necessary 25 Working on scaffolding Material/tools dropped from height 25.1 Personnel falling from height Supervisor To ensure all tools and materials must be tied off and all small 24.3.1 materials shall be stored in the basket and no dropping down any materials from high level Barricading system to be applied during erecting and dismantling 24.3.2 scaffolding Injured person Injured person Supervisor 24.2.11 Design duty rating to the scaffolding 24.3 Supervisor 24.2.10 Stabilize by bracing & tightening to permanent structure 4 4 16 25.1.1 Check the tag of scaffolding prior to use Scaffolder Scaffolder 3 2 6 Medium User 25.1.2 No one allowed to make a modification of scafffolding 25.1.3 Contact scaffolder to repair or make modification of scaffolding 16 User 25.1.8 Use rope and pulley to move material up and down 4 User 25.1.7 Keep materials into the box or secure it 4 User 25.1.6 Minimize storage material on work platform 26.1 Use improper safety harness Injured person User 25.1.5 Do not overload the scaffolding, use scaffold as its duty rating Wearing safety harness User Do not climb on or lean over handrail, work on platform only 25.1.4 otherwise provide fall arrest system 26 User User 26.1.1 Conduct visual check prior to use 26.1.2 Ensure the hook still function properly 26.1.3 Scaffolder must wear safety harness with double lanyard completed with shock absorber 2 2 4 Low User User User
  40. 40. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Using ladder Incorrect method of using safety harness Personnel falling 27.1 Unstable or potential to slip position Personnel falling 4 4 16 User User 26.3.1 Remove snap hooks one by one to move around Personnel falling 26.3 27 26.2.1 Keep lanyard being connected to safe anchor points Keep lanyard as high as possible and away from the edge if 26.2.2 possible 26.2 Hook not anchored User 27.1.1 Conduct visual and functional inspection 3 2 6 Medium User 27.1.2 Used for light duty & short-duration work 27.1.3 Put ladder on level stable surface 27.2.1 Maintain three point of contacts 28.1 Lack of awareness People drowning 4 4 16 User User 27.2.3 Do not use top, second or three rung Working above water User 27.2.2 Do not overreach 28 User 27.1.5 Use rule of thumb “one out for every four up” to get the correct angle Insecure hand, feet and body Personnel falling position User 27.1.4 Secure ladder position – hold it or tie it off at top 27.2 User User 28.1.1 Provide safe system of work 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor 28.1.2 Worker must be properly trained Supervisor 28.1.3 Provide suitable emergency equipment Supervisor 28.1.4 Provide barrier as guard rail to stop people falling Supervisor 28.1.5 Provide life jacket (with auto-inflating) Supervisor 28.1.6 Provide buoyancy aids Supervisor
  41. 41. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk 28.1.7 Arising alarm if anyone has fallen eg. using whistle and light Working with chemicals or products contain chemicals/ Activities generate fumes, dust, mists, vapors Working with hazardous substances 29.1 Burn, asphyxiation, ill-health 3 3 9 29.1.1 Checking information that came with the product, eg a safety data sheet 29.1.2 29 Working personnel User are trained to understand the information such as the symbols and hazards 2 2 4 Low Supervisor Supervisor 29.1.3 Wear appropriate PPE recommended by the safety data sheet Ensure control equipments are in place and properly function eg 29.1.4 local exhaust ventilation 29.1.5 Responsible Person for Checking Implementation User Supervisor Provide emergency equipment such as eye wash near the workplace Supervisor Provide suitable hygiene facilities for decontaminating skin and 29.1.6 facilities for cleaning personal protective equipment. 30 Blasting/Painting 30.1 30.2 30.3 30.4 30.5 30.6 Dust Exposure Noise Broken Hose Hose realese from extension Expose by sand stain Eye Irritation Contamination air in blasting hood 30.8 Chemical fire 30.7 Ill-Health Ill-Health Personal Injury Personal Injury Personal Injury Ill-Health 4 3 12 Supervisor Provide suitable means for disposal of the substance and 29.1.7 contaminated materials only Supervisor 30.1.1 30.2.1 30.3.1 30.4.1 30.5.1 30.6.1 30.6.2 30.7.1 30.8.1 30.8.2 30.8.3 30.8.4 Use suitable masker Use Ear Protection Check the hose condition must be good before start to work Every connection secured with anti whip Use long forearm uniform Use safety glass Provide eye wash Change the filter breathing carbon periodically (consult to manufacture instruction) Prohibited to smoking in painting area Proper paint storage No smoking sign and MSDS shall be provided at paint storage and painting area. Risk and hazard of painting shall be socialized to crew based on MSDS recommendation 2 2 4 Low Worker Worker Worker Worker Worker Worker Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor
  42. 42. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Risk Category Hazards 31 Confined Space Entry Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario P HE IR Existing of toxic gas, lack of 31.1 oxygen, flammable and toxic residue Toxicity, Asphyxiation, Fatality 4 4 16 P 31.1.1 Issued appropriate Permit to Work prior to work 31.1.2 31.1.3 31.1.4 31.1.5 31.1.6 31.1.7 31.1.8 31.1.9 31.1.10 31.1.11 31.1.12 31.1.13 31.1.14 31.1.15 31.1.16 32 Excavation 32.1 Live underground services Electric shock, explosion 4 3 12 HE IR 3 2 6 Residual Risk Medium Communicate permit to all affected personnel and posted All person involved are competent to do the work All source of energy affecting the space have been isolated Conduct gas test before entering confined space Certified gas tester to performed gas test Check gas content periodically with calibrated gas detector Control ventilation system Check electric cable insulation system Provide DC lighting or pneumatic lamp Permanently stand by man on the man hole (Attendance) and he must be identified by hand arm Provide breathing apparatus if necessary Provide board for registering time in and out of entering person Provide rescue kits Trolley for rescue person must be available at the main hole Medical examination by doctor or paramedic prior to entering the confined space Provide accurate, clear, readable plans showing the locations of buried service Any doubt about identification of buried service, cables and pipes 32.1.2 should be treated as if it were electricity cable and gas pipe until proved otherwise Pinpoint any buried services by means of locating device to 32.1.3 determine the possible location 32.1.1 32.1.4 Only a well-trained or experienced person can use locating device Get written confirmation of disconnection from the owner operation 32.1.5 area Make digging alongside or above the buried service by hand tools 32.1.6 first i.e. spade, shovel Responsible Person for Checking Implementation Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Doctor of PTG 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor 32.1.7 Use insulated hand tools for digging nearby the power line cable Supervisor Do not use buried service as hand or foot hold to climb out of the 32.1.8 excavation Supervisor
  43. 43. GENERIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT (HIRA) FOR FMC SUBSEA FABRICATION TRA Ref : TRA-Yard-2013-001 Revision : 0 Date : 10-Jan-12 Location: Construction Yard, Cilegon PT. Gunanusa Utama Fabricators JRA Team : Leader : M. Natsir Description of the job : General Fabrication & Erection Hazards - Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Task Hazards Risks & Possible Accidents Scenario Risk Category Acceptable Risk Additional Risks Reduction Measures P HE IR P HE IR Residual Risk Responsible Person for Checking Implementation 32.1.9 Avoid large piece of rock or hard core for backfilling Radiography 33.1 Using isotop Ionizing, Ill- health 4 4 16 Supervisor 32.1.11 After backfilling, place sign indicating the presence of buried service 33 Supervisor The backfilling should be suitably compacted, use suitable support 32.1.10 to the buried service if necessary Supervisor Keep the source into the locked isotop camera and put it into the appropriate designated pit (bunker) when not in use 33.1.2 Only appropriate person that handle the camera 33.1.1 3 2 6 Medium Supervisor Supervisor 33.1.3 Check the source of isotope regularly Authorized Person Supervisor Supervisor 33.1.8 Issued Permit to Work Noted : P : Probability HE : Hazard Efect IR : Individual Risk Authorized Person 33.1.4 Check periodically validity of ID card protection Check radiography exposure use survey meter before conduct 33.1.5 radiography activity 33.1.6 Warning sign and barricade to be installed 33.1.7 Provide rotary light when operation during night time Supervisor Authorized Person
  44. 44. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 5 MANAGEMENT WALTHROUGH 22
  45. 45. PT. GUNANUSA UTAMA FABRICATORS Gunanusa Yard, Cilegon Telp. : +62254-500088 Fax. : +62254-500091 WEEKLY HSE WALKABOUT PROJECT: Subsea Manifold WALKABOUT NO.: 02 DATE/TIME: 18 July 2013 / 09.00 am Attendees: FMC – Tey Arn Soon; Hadi Purwanto PTG – Iman Triwahyudi; Andi S.H; Wahyu Ardi; M. Natsir; Sabrawi; NO 1 LOCATION Subsea Manifold Fabrication Workshop No. 2 DATE OF FINDING Subsea Manifold Fabrication Workshop No. 2 TARGET DATE REMARKS 19 July 2013 Closed Data Kususma 18 July 2013 Welding cable: • Should placed neatly (S-Shape) 2 RECOMMENDATION ACTION BY Sulaiman Sarman FINDING 19 July 2013 Closed • Hanger the provide 18 July 2013 Drilling Workbench: • At first, it was placed at • Moved to above unstable place ground and now
  46. 46. (stacked beam), stopped work by Mr. Tey. 3 Subsea Manifold Fabrication Workshop No. 1 Herry Budiman Subsea Manifold Fabrication Workshop No. 1 5 Subsea Manifold Fabrication Workshop No. 1 Closed 19 July 2013 Closed Data Kusuma 19 July 2013 Closed • Lighting is completed to repair 18 July 2013 Hose: • At first placed at passage way 19 July 2013 Ondo Nababan 18 July 2013 Lighting: • Lack of lighting • Broken Lamp 4 welded to beam to have better stability. • Moved to storage area to prevent blockage 18 July 2013 Pallet: • Found have lost partial • Discarded, then legs, unstable replace with the new condition one
  47. 47. 6 Subsea Manifold Fabrication Workshop No. 1 18 July 2013 Siswanto High Pressure: • High Pressure without completed with antiwipe 19 July 2013 Closed • Has completed with antiwipe Prepared by: Verified by: Acknowledgement by: Witness by: Alnidi S. Bratanegara Corporate HSE Secretary M. Natsir Corporate HSE Manager Iman Triwahyudi Project Manager Tey Arn Soon Asst. Fabrication Manager
  48. 48. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 6 HSE MASTER DOCUMENT REGISTER (MDR) 23
  49. 49. PT. GUNANUSA UTAMA FABRICATORS LIST OF FMC HSE PROCEDURES Date : 22-May-2013 No. Title of Documents Document No. Rev. Status Reviewed Date 1 HSE Management Plan ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0001 A IFC 22-May-13 2 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Inspection, Controling Program and Distributuion System Procedure ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0002 A IFC 22-May-13 3 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment A IFC 22-May-13 4 Generic Risk Assessment A IFC 22-May-13 5 Lifting and Rigging Procedure A IFC 22-May-13 6 Confined Space Entry Procedure A IFC 22-May-13 7 Lifting and Rigging With Categories A IFC 22-May-13 8 Permit to Work Procedure A IFC 22-May-13 ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0003 ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0004 ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0005 ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0006 ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0007 ID-GNU-FMC-47688727HSE-0008 Prepared by: Acknowledge by: Alnidi Safarach Bratanegara Corporate HSE Secretary M. Natsir Coprporate HSE Manager
  50. 50. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 7 LOAD OUT PICTURE 24
  51. 51. LOAD OUT Sub Sea Manifold Picture
  52. 52. HSE CLOSE OUT REPORT 2013 ATTACHMENT 8 INSPECTION REPORT 25
  53. 53. SUBSEA MANIFOLD PROJECT INSPECTION REPORT : 2 UnitTruck Trailler : 6 Unit Stand by Welding Rectifier (Cable Power not yet Connected) Stand by Welding Rectifier (Ready for used) Inspection – Welding Rectifier Green Tag Inspection Welding Rectifier Inspection Report 1-2
  54. 54. Calibration date welding rectifier Inspection – Distribution Panel Inspection – Distribution Panel Green Tag Inspection Distribution Panel Inspection – Extension Panel Inspection – Extension Panel Inspection Report 2-2

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