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Site orientation for 098-C58 JIC Cooling Plant, Jubail Royal Commission.For power point slides please email me on dawoodibrar@hotmail.com

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Safety_induction

  1. 1. Azmeel HSE Department HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL SITE INDUCTION TRAINING COURSE Presented by: Dawood Akbar
  2. 2. • To familiarize on Safe Work Practices • Understanding your roles in the event of an Emergency • Understanding the importance of donning appropriate and sufficient Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) • To Educate on Basic Site HSE Rules & Regulations 2
  3. 3. The HSE is a paramount consideration in the project. • All accidents are preventable. • All tasks will be planned and performed with concern for HSE. • Safety is everyone’s responsibility. • Identify and eliminate or minimize inherent hazard in the workplace. • Closely monitor each steps of the work to detect and promptly eliminate hazards and unsafe practices. • Provide clear and concise written instruction, rules and plans for the work to be performed. • Use trained and qualified workers and supervisors. • Recognize and reward outstanding performance. • Provide Personnel Protective Equipment. 3
  4. 4. • Maintain fire prevention and protection program. • Provide first aid and Medical and Welfare Facility. • All employees are responsible for their own and their colleagues’ HSE at work. • Management will train employees to work safely. • Full cooperation and liaison will be offered to clients, statutory authorities and local communities. • Provide mechanically correct tools and equipment. 4
  5. 5.  Smoking is harmful to health and a potential safety hazard as well. Smoking in public places exposes non-smokers to health related hazards and it is the duty of CTCI to protect employees from unnecessary exposure to hazards.  Smoking is prohibited at all construction sites except at designated area approved by CTCI. 5
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  7. 7. FIELD SUPERINTENDENT / SUPERVISOR • Enforce safety discipline in accordance of SK HSE Procedure, Rules and Regulations, and statutory requirements. • Ensure YOU understand the job requirements and HSE procedures before starting the work. • Provide written instructions to established work methods in proper sequence including precautionary measures to be adopted 7
  8. 8. SUBCONTRACTOR’S SUPERVISOR • Conduct regular checks of the Site under his charge for safety violations, unsafe conditions, defective equipment, materials, tools, apparatus and appliances and will take immediate and appropriate actions to eliminate the hazards. • Ensure all safety work instructions are clearly understood between workmen. 8
  9. 9. WORKERS • Comply with safety rules and regulations. • Ensure work tools, apparatus, appliances, materials, and/or equipment including Personal Protective Equipment are used correctly and maintained in good serviceable conditions. • Report any unusual occurrences and all defects of plant and equipment to your immediate supervisor. • Attend Toolbox Talks, Other Safety Meetings and / or Safety Training. 9
  10. 10. Taking shortcuts Did not follow safety procedures Did not use the required PPE Did not perform equipment lockout / tagout prior to maintenance works Slipped on wet floor or chemical spill surface Tripped over uneven floor or obstructed objects Unfamiliar with the operations of equipment / machinery 10
  11. 11. • HARDHAT • SAFETY SHOES • EYE PROTECTION • COVERALLS • HAND GLOVES 11 WEAR EYE PROTECTION WEAR HEAD PROTECTION WEAR HEARING PROTECTION
  12. 12. • EARMUFF or EAR PLUG • WELDING MASK or FACE Shield • FULL BODY HARNESS • SCBA • FALL ARRESTOR & LIFE LINE • RESPIRATOR • Etc. 12
  13. 13. • The following are not allowed: - Liquor or Alcohol / Drug - Camera - Fighting - Smoking 13
  14. 14. • Have a valid Driving License. • Wear Your Seat Belt before driving. • Follow the Road Signs and Speed Limits. • Ensure vehicle is inspected by CTCI Equipment inspector & sticker is posted on the equipment. 14
  15. 15. • Minimum Water Consumption per 8 hrs day is 4 Liters 15
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  21. 21. 22 Bend Knees & Keep Back Straight Keep object close to body while lifting Upper Body Weight Object
  22. 22. A Work Permit is required …..BEFORE THE ACTIVITY START - Cold Work Permit - Hot Work Permit - Scaffold Work Permit - Lifting and Rigging - Confined Space Entry - Night Work Permit - Excavation Etc.. 23
  23. 23. 24 YELLOW & Black Caution Material Storage Dangerous Works RED DANGER – DO NOT ENTER Warning TapeWarning Tape PhysicalPhysical
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  25. 25. 26 Fire Watch Man should stay at Hot Work Activity area for One Hour after finishing the work. General Requirements of Hot Work  Hot Work Permit  Fire Watch man  Fire Extinguisher  Sufficient Fire Blanket  Proper PPEs  House Keeping (Removal of Combustible material)  Barricade & Sign Boards
  26. 26. • Compressed gas cylinders shall be stored upright and secured to prevent from falling 27 Properly secured cylinders. Improperly secured cylinders.
  27. 27. • All chemical containers must be labeled with the identity of the material and hazard warnings • Chemicals (in any form): Liquids : Solids : Gases 28
  28. 28. • MSDS must be available and readily accessible in the workplace. 29 MSDS
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  30. 30. • ELECTRICAL CABLES TO BE HUNG UP OR BURIED AND NOT LAID ON THE GROUND 31
  31. 31. • Portable Electrical and Hand tools must be in good condition 32 Proper housing Damaged housing Tools must be inspected by HSE Dept. before they can be used on site!
  32. 32.  Keep the floor dry at all times.  Keep tools clean and store them at designated areas.  Ensure no tripping hazards are created by equipment, hoses, cables, etc. 33
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  34. 34. 35 Identify the aspects Reduce the impacts Keep The Environment Safe and Clean.
  35. 35. • All waste materials should be segregated. • All Hazardous waste should be stored in the designated Hazardous waste area. • All waste movement should be recorded. • NO disposal of Chemical into drains / sewer. 36
  36. 36. 38 Working at Heights or Elevated Works is considered when any work area 1.8 meters (6ft.) and higher or you are dealing with one or more of the following: 1. Steel Erections 2. Roof Tops 3. Catwalks 4. Stairs 5. Scaffolds 6. Ladders 7. Floor Openings 8. Excavations 9. Rapid man lifts 10. Man baskets WORKING AT HEIGHT
  37. 37. 39 FALL PROTECTION Any person WORKING AT HEIGHT above 1.8 Meters must wear Full Body Harness.  The FULL BODY HARNESS is a strap system designed to spread shock load over the shoulders, thighs and the seat area. It should be used where longer free falls ( in excess of 2 meters) may occur. The D RING should be positioned on the upper back straps.  Great care should be given in inspecting this Harness. Check Excess oils, Grease, Chemicals, cracks in the buckle system, Hooks, and D RINGS. FULL BODY HARNESS
  38. 38. 40 A scaffold must be fitted with a tag at every access point to show: who erected the scaffolds; when the scaffold was erected and last inspected; the load rating of the scaffold; and use of the scaffold; •• RedRed – Only competent scaffolder are allowed •• YellowYellow – Use with full body harness & comply with 100% tie off policy GreenGreen – Caution: Scaffold contain Potential or Unusual Hazard Use full body harness & comply with 100% tie off policy Only competent scaffolder are allowed Red Tag Green Tag Use with full body harness & comply with 100% tie off policy Yellow Tag Caution: Scaffold contain Potential or Unusual Hazard Use full body harness & comply with 100% tie off policy
  39. 39. CONFINEDCONFINED SPACESPACE
  40. 40. Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Complex ProjectSaudi Kayan Petrochemical Complex Project 42 What’s a confined space? Never enter a confined space unless you have the training and knowledge to work safely. A confined space is an enclosed or partially enclosed area that is big enough for a worker to enter. It i s not designed for someone to work in regularly, but work ers may need to enter the confined space for tasks such as inspection, cleaning, maintenance, and repair. Many confined spaces have small openings, which can make entry and exit difficult and can comp licate rescue procedures. A confined space can be deadly. You must follow special precautions and procedures before you enter. Even if you just put your head through the opening, you are entering a confined space
  41. 41. AMINES SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING 43 Confined Space Entry identification & entry permits1 verification & testing cleaning, purging, venting or inerting ventilation 2 4 standby persons5 access/egress rescue lifelines, harnesses & lifting equipment 6 7 personal protective equipment & other precautions 3 8 General Requirements
  42. 42. Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Complex ProjectSaudi Kayan Petrochemical Complex Project 44 CTCI HSE DepartmentConfined Space TrainingConfined Space Training Enter only when you KNOW it is safe
  43. 43. • All Accidents / Incidents including Near Misses shall be reported to your Supervisor or Safety Officer • You should know the Emergency Telephone numbers in your area: 45 098-C58 24 7 ON CALL Dawood Akbar HSE Manager 098-C58 Mobile: 0595732717 ____0507338907___ HOT LINE NUMBER
  44. 44. • Do not attempt to move the victim unless necessary • Contact your Supervisor immediately or certified NURSE / First Aid Attendant for help. 46
  45. 45. • Do not obstruct Fire Exits, Firefighting Equipment & Evacuation routes!!! 47
  46. 46. 48 YOU SHOULD KNOW HOW TOYOU SHOULD KNOW HOW TO USE FIRE EXTINGUISHERUSE FIRE EXTINGUISHER ““PASSPASS” System” System PP : Pull the pin: Pull the pin AA : Aim the nozzle: Aim the nozzle SS : Squeeze the handle: Squeeze the handle SS : Sweep at base of Fire.: Sweep at base of Fire.
  47. 47. On Hearing The Alarm, You Should…… • Stop work immediately • Cut-off power supply to all equipment that are in use • Don’t Panic, Walk Fast, Don’t Run • Check Wind Sock or Flare stay Upwind • Proceed to Assembly Area (Muster Point) and wait for the headcount by your Supervisor . 49
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  49. 49. 51 Prepared by:Prepared by: DawoodDawood AkbarAkbar 098098--C58C58

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