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Industrial Progress Technology Application Concept

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Industrial Progress Technology Application Concept

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Industrial Progress Technology Application Concept

  1. 1. Industrial Progress Technology Application Concept
  2. 2. PAST INDUSTRY 2 O P INC Legend A : Administrative (Training, Certification) IND : Personnel O : Object/Material Handled (Equipment, Tool) P : Process (Activity, Machine) INC : Income No "barrier” between human individual and object handled Owner Individual operate the equipment and tool. This depend on individual awareness and work behavior Training Certification Communication Whenever individual does not ready (not trained/not fit/error), potency of personnel injury, property damage, and environmental damage (pollution) get increase
  3. 3. CURRENT INDUSTRY - TRANSITION 3 O P INC Legend A : Administrative (Training, Certification) IND : Personnel D : Design (Engineering + Safety Device) O : Object/Material Handled (Equipment, Tool) P : Process (Activity, Machine) INC : Income Design works as “barrier” between human individual and object handled Owner Individual operate the equipment and tool. This depend on individual awareness and work behavior Training Certification Communication D Whenever individual does not ready (not trained/not fit/error), potency of personnel injury, property damage, and environmental damage (pollution) get increase
  4. 4. FUTURE INDUSTRY 4 Legend D : Design (Engineering + Safety Device) O : Object/Material Handled (Equipment, Tool) P : Process (Activity, Machine) INC : Income Design that drives equipment and tool Owner O P INC D
  5. 5. IDENTIFICATION OF INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 5 Factor Past Industry Current Industry Future Industry Full control of the operation of equipment directly by human beings Big Reduced Little/No Potency of loss Many personnel injury Less personnel injury Little personnel injury/No Many property damage Less property damage Little property damage/No Many environmental damage Less environmental damage Little environmental damage/No Cost of initial investment Little cost More cost Big cost The cost of incident Big Less Little/No Source of error/failure Human individual Human individual and equipment Equipment The act of control More cost of personnel training Less cost of personnel training Little cost of personnel training More cost of personnel certification Less cost of personnel certification Little cost of personnel certification Little investment cost on equipment design (engineering + safety device) More investment cost on equipment design (engineering + safety device) Big investment cost on equipment design (engineering + safety device) Little investment cost on equipment design inspection and maintenance (calibration) More investment cost on equipment design inspection and maintenance (calibration) Big investment cost on equipment design inspection and maintenance (calibration) Where we should now?
  6. 6. CURRENT INDUSTRY - TRANSITION 6 DESIGN (Engineering + Safety Device IF Risk of Personnel Injury Risk of Property Damage Risk of Environmental Damage Risk of Loss Income for The OwnerPersonnel Design (+) (+) Less Less Less Less (+) (-) More More More More Legend (+) : Available and Ready (-) : Not Available and Not Ready INDIVIDUAL DESIGN OBJECT As long as a human resources is still used as directly full control of the operation of equipment, the potency of human individual does not ready (not trained /not fit /error) can be happens anytime. With equipment design, when the condition of human individual is not ready this happen, potency of personnel injury, property damage, and environmental damage become less. If there is incident occurs so it only will cause little loss or no loss, and the operations can still be continued. Little cost generally occurs when replacing personnel incompetent or providing additional training/certification which needed to increase the personnel knowledge and skill to object handles and how to operate it.
  7. 7. MANAGERIAL CONTROL 7 Factor Past Industry Current Industry / Transtition* Future Industry Understanding problem solving of operation technical Big Less Little/Not Required Understanding technology application Little More Big Supervision to individual in team Big Less Little/Not Required Using of technology/logic program Little More Big Ripeness decision invest consider potential loss Little More Big Effectiveness allocation in industrial cost Little effective More effective Effective Legend * : If design aspect is utilized and applied. If not, the industry is categorized as past industry but still operates in current
  8. 8. MANAGERIAL CONTROL 8 No Action 1 Identify highest risk operation and all occurred accidents which causes personnel injury, property damage, environmental damage, and loss income for company 2 Identify equipment design which could prevent the accidents 3 Calculate investment cost needed to apply equipment design required 4 Calculate total direct and indirect cost of all occurred accidents. Consider the number of personnel and equipment as a multiplier factor (every company could determine its own multiplier factor formula) 5 Compare the investment cost in line-3 with total accidents cost in line-4. Ongoing Work Contract 1 List all managerial control in line-1 above started from highest risk operation and occurred accidents. 2 Start to invest from highest risk operation and occurred accidents. 3 Apply mitigation to identified high operation risk which not yet supported with investment of equipment design Upcoming Work Contract 1 List all managerial control in line-1 above started from highest risk operation and occurred accidents. 2 Calculate the investment cost to apply equipment design into highest risk operation and occurred incident. 3 Calculate awarded contract value. Calculate number of personnel and number of unit as multiplier factor (every company could determine its own multiplier factor formula) 4 If awarded contract value smaller than investment cost in equipment design, so the best decision is to suspend the work contract to avoid potential loss due to personnel injury, property damage, environmental damage, and loss income to Company. Except Company want to put initial investment before commencing work contract or following contract tender.
  9. 9. DIRECT EFFECT OF HAND AND FINGER INJURY IN MANUAL HANDLING OF ROTARY TONG OF RIG OPERATION 9 Fact on year 2015 – Sampling Drilling (6 cases) Rig Loss Income USD 186443, 02 6 injured personnel Rig shut down for investigation Personnel suffered hand and finger injury Rig Company-A Rig loss income :USD 179048,02 (shutdown) Injured personnel : 5 persons Rig Company-B Rig loss income :USD 7395 (shutdown) Injured personnel : 1 person Hand and finger pinched in between object handled Does investment cost to apply equipment design more efficient than potential cost of incident which could occurs? A tong safety handle which function to protect the personnel grip when operating manual rotary tong is only cost less than USD 800/set

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