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  • INDUCTION COURSE NGI TRAINING CENTRE
  • تاسيسات فراساحلی پروژه خطوط لوله زير دريا گوی شناور بارگيری ميعانات گازی پالایشگاه ساحلی پروژه
  • Project SP678 Onshore Facilities
    • Products
      • Sour Dry Gas (MMSCMD) 100
      • Stabilized Condensate (bpd) 160,000
      • Average LPG (tpd) 4400
      • Ethane Gas (MMSCMD) 10
  • Site Status
    • All part of the site is in Construction phase
    • Some Pre-commissioning activities have been started on Utility area
    • Some substations are energized
    • HSE REGULATIONS
    • ON SITE
  • No Harm To People No Damage to the Environment No Damage to the Equipment TIJD HSE Expectations: No Accident
  • HEALTH REGULATIONS ON SITE AND CAMPS
    • Personnel cleanliness is very important.
    • Keep your rooms clean and tidy
    • Do not keep take-away food in the room for long time
    • Hands should be washed before eating, after visiting the toilet and following work involving chemicals or hazardous substances.
    • Infectious disease shall be reported to clinic.
    • Do not remove ice and cap of drinking water tanks
    • Cooperate with camp boss and health officer for pest control of your rooms
    • Report any problem to camp boss
  • SAFETY REGULATIONS AND HAZARDS ON SITE
    • Everybody is responsible for safety on site
    • Everybody shall wear proper PPE on site
    • Everybody shall respect Safety and Security regulations PPE on site
    • Before start of any job, you should be trained for job and be aware of associated risks
    • Report any unsafe act and condition to your supervisor or safety officer
    • Keep your working area clean before during and after the task
    • Do not rush to the job unsafely, YOU ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN JOB
    SAFETY REGULATIONS
  • MAIN RISKS ON SITE AND HOW TO CONTROL THEM
  • Excavation
  • Scaffolding
  • Work at height
    • All scaffolds are erected, modified, and dismantled by qualified individuals: no exceptions!
    • Housekeeping is probably more important on scaffolds than anywhere else
    • Follow the scaffold tagging procedure
        • Red – Unsafe, do not use
        • Green – Has been checked and is ready to be used
    • Inspect all scaffolds before each use
  • Hot Work
  • Welding and Cutting
  • Hot Work
    • Clear the area of flammables
    • Fire extinguisher available
    • Fire blanket and screening
    • Protect cylinders from sparks, slag, or open flame.
    • PPE
  • Radiography Observe barriers, light and warning signs
  • Confined Spaces
    • A confined space is any space with limited access and where a build up of gases or Oxygen deficiency may occur .
    • Do not enter any vessels, pipe work etc. Unless you have a permit.
    • That vessel may contain nitrogen or other hazardous materials
    • Take care of electrical equipment
    • Confined spaces are not safe places
  • Overhead Work
    • Burning, Cutting and Grinding - provide barriers to stop personnel being injured, contain sparks and hot slag, use fire blankets
    • Lifting Equipment - watch out for crane activities and suspended loads
    • Take care of falling object from scaffold, steel structure…
  • Chemicals
    • Consult with your supervisor or HSE before use of any new chemicals, they will instruct you according to MSDS
    • Use proper PPE
    • Report any difficulties during working with chemicals
    • Be Careful, Chemicals may not endanger you very quickly, sometimes it takes many years
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  • Fire
    • Keep your are clean and free of flammables
    • Do not make fire on site
    • Do not smoke near flammable materials
    • Know how to work with Fire Extinguishers
    • Report any fire even small at once
  • Heat Stress
    • Call for emergency help immediately.
    • Move the victim to a cool, shaded area.
    • Loosen and remove any heavy clothing.
    • Have the person drink cool water
    • Cool the person’s body by fanning and spraying with a cool mist of water or wiping the victim with a wet cloth or covering him or her with a wet sheet
  • Abrasive Wheels
    • Use Protective guard
    • Use Proper eye protection
    • Use proper disc
  • Driving
    • All drivers shall wear special driving gate pass
    • Speed limit on site: 30 Km/hr
    • Speed limit on North road: 35 Km/hr
    • Overtaking is totally forbidden on site
    • Using of safety belt is mandatory
    • Only color-coded vehicles are allowed on site
  • Electrical
    • Use only proper and defect free equipment
    • Do not touch any internals of electrical panels
    • Remove any defective electrical equipment or damaged cable ASAP
    • Only use industrial rated tools
    • Place cables where they cannot be a trip hazard
    • Report any problem to your supervisor or HSE
  • PWHT
    • PWHT is dangerous operation, Do not enter the barricaded area
  • Piping Activities
    • Use lifting equipment correctly
    • Support pipes and spools adequately
  • Pressure Test
    • Pipes and some equipment needs to be tested with air or water to check their integrity:
    • Do not enter the test barricaded area
  • PPE
  • PPE
    • This section shall be demonstrated by photo
  • ENVIRONMENT REGULATIONS AND HAZARDS ON SITE
  • Housekeeping
    • Tidy site is a safe site
    • Housekeeping is the result of a program, not waiting for areas to be that cluttered they become a risk.
    • Ensure that all your areas of work are maintained in a neat and tidy condition
    • Clean up as you work and at the end of each shift
  • Oil spillage
    • Do not pour oil, hydrocarbon and chemicals in the working area
    • Do not change the filter of Vehicles or compressor on site
  • What to do to do the job safely
    • You should be trained for the job
    • Plan your job before start
    • Provide all tools and manpower before job start
    • Ask your supervisor if you have any doubt to the job safely
    • Use Permit to work for hazardous activities such as Excavation, Scaffolding, Radiography, PWHT, Pressure test, Road closure
    • Do not hurry to finish the job
    • Clean your area after the job
  • Permit to work
    • Permit to work systems are designed to ensure that all precautions are identified prior to work starting
    • This includes identification of live utilities, electrical/mechanical isolations, line purging etc.
    • Know the conditions specified in your permit to work before starting the job
    • Use PTW system especially in interface with Pre-commissioning / Commissioning activities
  • What to do in case of any accident
    • Do not move the victim
    • Take care of yourself, YOU maybe in
    • danger too
    • If possible make the environment safe
    • Inform HSE or Security ASAP
    • Do not gather in the scene of accident
  • Emergency centers on site
    • Fire Fighting: Tel. No. 111
    • Clinic: Tel. No. 125
  • QUIZZ – Find the problems
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