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HSEQ Inspector at SC FORADEX SA

  • România, București
  • România, București
  • Romania, București
  • Romania, București
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  • Ultima actualizare: 16.06.2011
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  • Last update: 16.06.2011
  • Reference number: 1130

Experience

  • January 2003 - Present

    HSEQ Inspector, SC FORADEX SA

    • București, Romania
    • Full time
    • Work domain - Engineering: Energy / Extractive Industries,Industries / Production / Manufacturing

    Identify potential HSE weaknesses and shortcomings in the tenders and draft contract documents.
    Take part in the evaluation of the bids as well as add insight to recommending bid awards or compiling contract documents.
    The HSE Officer  must also work to maintain both the HSE Management Systems and the Project HSE Plan.
    The HSE Officer has the responsibility of preparing the HSE Case Initiation note in order to establish a clear vision of the boundaries, cost, interfaces, methodology, objectives, organisation, ownership, resources, responsibilities, schedule and scope of the entire process.
    The HSE Officer also assists in the maintenance as a living document of the HSE management system of the EA Development team. The HSE Officer is responsible for managing the HSE Case as well as acting as liaison between the appropriate departments.
    I Participate in projects 2D and 3D seismic data.
    Coordination of system-wide HSE seismic team (500 people), on how to implement the instructions, weekly meeting HSE and implementation scheme SC (Stop Card-how to prevent incidents and accidents), HSE Weekly Activity Reports, simulations PSI ( simulations fires), accident simulations week to see the response time in case of accident).
    HSE audit.
    Safety training for new arrived, safety meetings.
    Participate in a safety meeting prior to the commencement of performance of the Services to discuss HSE issues.  Such issues may include : 
    •	Company’s  HSE Policies
    •	relevant HSE legislation
    •	procedures
    •	hazard identification and analysis
    •	safety training including first aid, fire fighting and survival techniques
    •	protective clothing
    •	emergency planning, training and drills, including oil spill response
    •	permit to work systems
    •	transport safety (land, water, air)
    •	occupational health including respiratory and hearing protection
    •	handling, storage and transportation of hazardous materials
    •	safety audits and unsafe act auditing
    •	reporting including accident and incident reporting
    •	environmental considerations, including waste management, spill prevention, site sensitivities
    •	environmental management plan commitments and requirements
    •	environmental audits
    I make  HSE training for all employees, especially for those learning a new trade. It is also essential to keep FOREMEN and skilled Operators up-to-date with current safety technology and practices.
    Therefore in addition to the induction training, the Site Safety Supervisor shall ascertain any extra safety training that will be required for employees.
    In addition to standard skills training courses for skilled operators, the type of safety training which may be required could be ; first aid, fire teams and fire fighting.
    Also i make HSE PLAN REVIEW –
    Project and Top Management shall review the performance and the effectiveness of the HSE system, taking into consideration the following :
    •	Accidents/incidents performance reports;
    •	Changes in legislation;
    •	Changes in Company policy;
    •	Results of safety performance measures evaluation
    For drilling I implement:
    - advise the Management about all matters relevant to HSE system;
    - monitor the HSE system effectiveness and evaluate its performance;
    - develop and implement a training program for all employees;
    - develop and implement a HSE audit program;
    - provide for statistics data;
    - co-ordinate the activities of Safety officers in the rig site.
    - review the HSE system as well as the HSE Plans/Programs, HSE case, contingency plan and Accident/Incidents reports.
    I implementent some HSE measures for  drilling workers- TOOLPUSHER, DRILLER, FLOOR MAN, MECHANIC, MOTORMAN, WELDER, ELECTRICIAN, CRANE OPERATOR.
    In HSE most important is level of communication. Effective communication is essential for the development of a safety culture within the organisation, this will be implemented through:
    •	Distribution of HSE Safety Notices, periodic health and safety briefing notes, etc., to affected managers
    •	Promoting open communications between management and workforce on safety matters:
    •	Ensuring health and safety issues are included on the agenda at management meetings;
    •	Promoting hygiene, health and safety awareness by disseminating information such as acci-dent and injury statistics, and articles which have a direct impact upon the health, hygiene and safety of the workforce;
    •	Weekly safety meetings;
    •	On the job instructions (toolbox meeting);
    •	Effective signs indicating hazards and escape routes.
    The HSE Plan shall have visible lines of communication for:
    ■ Effective flow of consultation
    ■ Information
    ■ Correspondence
    ■ Reports.
    Internal lines of communication shall provide for:
    •	Site co-ordination;
    •	Co-ordination between Site and Management.
     
    External lines of communication shall provide for:
    ▪    Client;
    ▪    Partners;
    ▪    Sub-contractors and services;
    ▪    Local authorities and communities.
    
    All HSE concerns shall be seriously considered and reported through the lines of communication in an open manner. 
    At least once a week, regularly I did safety  meeting. Its agenda shall include discussion of the previous accidents, any unsafe work, material or equipment reported by the inspectors. It shall include also the planning for the next period for all activities and their safety requirements. Those meetings shall study also the needs for the safety materials information bulletins, training and the tool box meetings. 
    I make  TOOL BOX  MEETINGS for working crews. This to ensure that every worker is quite conscious of his duties and the relevant hazards, answer any questions, initiate discussions. Inspect the safety conditions of all mechanical equipment, materials stored and proposed work manner.
    I  shall also discuss the accidents and deficiencies.
    The most important in HSE jobs is TEN MINUTES SPEECH (ONE-ON-ONE). In every morning HSE Officer  during his daily job site inspections, shall held individual Ten Minutes Speech to personnel involved in the rig site activities who are caught in violating of safety rules and regulations or in unsafe acts or conditions.
    The most important part in HSE officer josbs is ACCIDENT / INCIDENT (& INVESTIGATION).
    Investigation and Reporting shall be implemented as follows:
    •In the event of fatal accidents or serious injuries, satisfactory investigation will be carried out by the Operation Manager, the Site Superintendent and the Safety Manager and will be reported verbally followed by a written report to Company  Management.
    •All events involving fire and/or damage to the company  and Clients property, plant and equipment will be reported in writing within 24 hours;
    •Where a Near Miss is recorded it shall be reported and where necessary investigated and ap-propriate corrective actions taken to prevent re-occurrence;
    •Accidents shall be reported using  Accident / Incident Report Form.
    I developed  EMERGENCY /  EVACUATION reports- 
    
    The Emergency / Evacuation reporting is in accordance with the relevant Contingency Plan issued for the Project; Emergency Report sheet to be used is there enclosed,
    It is the responsibility of each member of company management, supervision and employees to familiarise themselves with the Contingency Plan applied to the installation and areas in which men are working.
    These procedures will give to personnel all information on the actions to be taken in case of accidents / incident and generally for any arising emergency.
    When an ,emergency condition exist or on hearing the “Stop Work Alarm", every supervisor position shall ensure the following
    •	Secure the well if on operation
    •	If the rig is on moving all work is stopped at once.
    •	All equipment is shut down.
    •	All men are evacuated to a pre-determined point.
    •	A roll call is taken and every man is accounted for.
    No one is permitted to return until notification has been received from the Site Superintendent that safety conditions have been restored.
    I make a Drilling HSE Action Plan including – 
    -	Which actions shall be taken during the development of project;
    -	The responsibilities for the implementation of these actions;
    -	When these actions shall be performed during the development of the contract.
    -	The General Manager Operation shall ensure the implementation of this action plan. 
    
    
    
    
    
    Model that I made for HSE Drilling plan is attached as follows- 
    
    
    
    ITEM NR.	ACTIVITY	HSE ACTIONS	BY WHOM	WHEN
    1.	 • HSE POLICY	• TO BE IMPLEMENTED AND POPULARISED TO ALL EMPLOYEES BY THE MANAGEMENT.
    • TO BE PLACED IN ALL MAIN AREAS IN THE RIG AND IN THE CAMP.	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT.	• BEFORE	STARTING ANY PROJECT WORK
    • DURING THE CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT.
    2.	• LAWS AND REGULATIONS	• TO BE REGULARLY IMPLEMENTED AT ALL WORK SITES.	• GENERAL MANAGER OPERATION,
    • OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT	• THROUGHOUT THE  PROJECT DEVELOPMENT,
    3.	• COMMUNICATION	• PROVIDE GOOD COMMUNICATION WITH CLIENT IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH BEST CONDITION FOR HSE PERFORMANCE.	• GENERAL MANAGER OPERATION,
    • OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT	• THROUGHOUT THE CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		• SAFETY INDUCTION OF NEW EMPLOYEES.
    • HSE TRAINING
    • SAFETY MEETING
    • TOOL BOX TALKS	• SAFETY MANAGER
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT	• FIRST DAY ARRIVAL OF NEW EMPLOYEES
    • AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    • BEFORE ANY OPERATION.
    4.	• PREVENTION OF FIRE AND FIRE FIGHTING PREPAREDNESS AT RIG AND CAMP SITES	• ALL PERSONNEL INFORMED WITH REGARD TO "NO SMOKING" IN THE WORK AREAS.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN	• THROUGHOUT THE CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		•  BASIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING ADDRESSED TO ALL CREWS.
    	• SAFETY MANAGER	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    
    		•  WEEKLY INSPECTION TO FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT.
    	• SAFETY MANAGER	• WEEKLY
    
    		•  FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT PLACED	• SAFETY MANAGER
    	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    • THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		•  FIRE FIGHTING TEAM PROPERLY TRAINED.
    	• SAFETY MANAGER	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    • THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		•  PERFORM EMERGENCY DRILL	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • ALL CREW.	• WEEKLY
    
    5.	•	HAZARDOUS	IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ANALYSIS. 
    
     DEFINITION OF RISK REDUCING MEASURES AND ACCIDENT	 PREVENTION INSTRUCTION TO THE WORK FORCE.	• ALL FOREMEN ARE INSTRUCTED TO CARRY OUT HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF RISK ON DAILY BASIS, DURING THE TOOL BOX TALKS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROJECT HSE CASE.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN
    	• PRACTICALLY ON DAILY BASIS
    		• ONCE RISKS ARE DEFINED, IN RELATION TO THE DAILY WORK, THEN REDUCING MEASURES ARE DEFINED WITH THE WORKFORCE AND INCLUDING IN THE WORK PROGRAMME.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN
    	• AS ABOVE, AND
    • WHENEVER THE LEVEL OF RISK MUST BE REDUCED
    		• SAFETY MANAGER PROVIDES ASSISTANCE DURING THE IMPLEMENTATION OR RISK REDUCING MEASURES.	• SAFETY MANAGER
    	• WHENEVER  THE RISK ARE IDENTIFIED
    		• RISK ASSESMENT DEVELOPED FOR OPERATION NOT INCLUDED IN THE HSE CASE SHALL BE INSERTED IN IT. COPY OF RISK. ASSESSMENT UP DATE SHALL BE SENT TO COMPANY CORPORATE HSE DEPARTMENT.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • HSE COORDINATOR,
    • FOREMEN
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• THROUGHOUT THE  PROJECT DEVELOPMENT,
    		• PERFORM STATEMENT OF FITNESS AND INCLUDE IT IN THE HSE ACSE.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • HSE COORDINATOR,
    • FOREMEN
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    
    6.	• ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.	• ENSURE ALL HAZARDOUS1TOXIC MATERIALS ARE IDENTIFIED, ISOLATED AND PROPERLY STORED.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN
    	
    		• ENSURE THAT SAFETY DATA SHEETS OF THE SUBSTANCES ARE FORWARDED TO RIG SITE PRIOR TO ARRIVAL OF THE PRODUCT AT THE LOCATION.	• CLIENT,
    • LOGISTIC,
    • MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER,
    • FOREMEN	• THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT PERIOD
    		• ENSURE THAT SUITABLE PROTECTIONS IS ESTABLISHED FOR HANDLING THE PRODUCT AND THAT ALL WORKERS INVOLVED ARE AWARE OF THE DANGER.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,,
    • FOREMEN
    • TOOLPUSHERS,
    • CAMP BOSS,
    • ALL PERSONNEL
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• BEFORECOMMENCING HANDLING ANY HAYARDOUS SUBSTANCE
    		• ENSURE THAT HOUSEKEEPING STANDARD IS MAINTAINED AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL POSSIBLE AT ALL SITES, PARTICULARLY AT CAMP SITES, RIG LOCATION, WORKSHOPS, STORES, AND MESSROOMS.	• SAFETY MANAGER	• THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT PERIOD
    		• PROVIDE GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING TO THE WORKFORCE IN ORDER TO ENSURE THE CORRECT ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOUR OF ALL WORKERS DURING THE EXECUTION OF PROJECT WORKS.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN	• DURING CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		• ENSURE NO POLLUTION, NO OIL SPILLS, NO RUBBISH OR EXCESS MATERIAL ACCUMULATION, NO UNAUTHORIZED OPEN FIRES, NO PROHIBITED WASTE DISPOSAL, NO EXCESSIVE SMOKE OR NOISE EMISSION.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN
    	• THROUGHOUT  THE  CONTRACT  PERIOD
    7.	• PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (P.P.E.) AND COLLECTIVE SAFETY DEVICES..	• ENSURE THAT SUITABLE P.P.E. ARE AVAILABLE IN THE RIG SITE AND ARE  PROVIDED TO ALL PERSONNEL	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• AT THE START OF THE WORK PERIOD
    			• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • HSE COORDINATOR,
    • TOOLPUSHERS,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT PERIOD
    8.	• POSTING OF CAUTIONARY NOTICES AND SAFE ACCESS TO THE WORK..	• ENSURE THAT SAFETY SIGNS ARE POSTED IN ALL WORK AREA.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    •   THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    9.	• WORK PERMIT SYSTEM. PERIOR TO AND AFTER "READY FOR START-UP' LOCK-OUT / AG-OUT SYSTEM.	• ENSURE THAT ALL FOREMEN ARE AWARE OF THE OBLIGATION TO OPERATE THE "PERMIT TO WORK SYSTEM"	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• ALWAYS
    
    		• OBTAIN WRITING PERMIT PRIOR TO R.F.S.U.  (READY FOR START UP).	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• ALWAYS
    
    		• ENSURE THAT CONDITION IS BROUGHT BACK TO NORMAL, AFTER ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTION.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• ALWAYS
    
    		• ENSURE THAT LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT SYSTEM IS FULLY IMPLEMENTED FOR ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL WORKS.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• ALWAYS
    
    10.	• ELECTRCAL / MECHANICAL WORKS. ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL ISOLATION .	• ENSURE THAT AUTHORISED PERSONNEL ONLY HAVE ACCESS TO ELECTRICAL AREAS AND MAY INTERVENE ON ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • CHIEF MECHANIC,
    • CHIEF ELECTRICIAN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• FROM BEGINNING OF THE CONTRACT
    • THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		• ENSURE THAT LOCK OUT AND TAG-OUT PROCEDURE ARE IMPLEMENTED.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT.	• ALWAYS
    
    		• MAINTAIN CONTROL OVER THE REGULAR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE "ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL ISOLATION PERMIT TO WORK".	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• AS ABOVE
    
    		• ENSURE THAT PARTICULAR PRECAUTIONS ARE APPLIED IN CONCERNING WITH CABLE ROUTING (PORTABLE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT) AND EARTH LEAKAGE PROTECTION.	• AS ABOVE
    	• AS ABOVE
    
    11.	•	ENTRY INTO CONFINED SPACES FOR INSPECTION AND REPAIRS.	• ENSURE THAT CONFINED SPACES ARE CLEARLY IDENTIFIED WITH SIGNS TO DISPLAY "DANGER-CONFINED SPACE ENTRY BY PERMIT ONLY".	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• WHENEVER A CONFINED SPACE MAY BE ENTERED BY PERSONEL.
    
    		• FORBID ENTRY INTO CONFINED SPACES WITHOUT A VALID "CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PERMIT" ISSUED BY SITE SUPERINTENDENT.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• WHENEVER A CONFINED WHENEVER NECESSARY TO ENTER INTO A SPACE.
    
    		• ENSURE FULL ANALYSIS OF CONFINED SPACE ATMOSPHERE TO CONFIRM ITS BREATHEABILITY AND EXPLOSIVE CONTENT, BEFORE ALLOWING ANYBODY TO ENTER.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• ALWAYS, IN ORDER TO IMPLEMENT ENTRY PERMIT.
    		• ENSURE ALL PERSONNEL AUTHORISED TO ENTER INTO A CONFINED SPACE ARE CONNECTED TO A LIFELINE CONTROLLED OUTSIDE.	• FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• WHENEVER ENTERING INTO A SPACE.
    		• ENSURE SUFFICIENT VENTILATON INTO THE SPACE WHENEVER WORKING INTO THE SPACE.	• FOREMEN.
    	• WHENEVER PRODUCING SMOKING INTO THE CLOSED SPACE.
    
    
    12.	
    
    •	EMERGENCY  PLANING AND PREPAREDNESS. MEDEVAC PROCEDURES.	
    • ENSURE ALL EMPLOYEES ARE INSTRUCTED IN THEIR DUTIES IN EMERGENCIES.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• AT ALL TIME, SINCE STARTING OF CONTRACT
    		• ENSURE CASUALTY TRANSPORTATION DURING DAY TIME AND AT NIGHT BY AMBULANCE ACCORDING TO "CONTINGENCY PLAN".	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT.	• ALL PERSONNEL.
    		• ENSURE MOST EFFICIENT SYSTEM OF COMMUNICATION AND AVAILABILITY OF TELEPHONE/RADIO LISTINGS, INCLUDING SUPPORTING HOSPITALS, CLINIC, FIREMEN, POLICE AND OTHERS.	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• ALWAYS
    
    13.	•DRILLS. PIT DRILL. FIRE DRILL.	• TO FAMILARISE ALL PERSONNEL WITH THE EMERGENCY SITUATIONS AND RELEVANT EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT.	• ALL PERSONNEL.	• ON A WEEKLY NASIS (ONE EACH CREW).
    		• TO TEST THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ACTIONS AND THE SYSTEM.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER,
    • TOOLPUSHER,
    • ALL CONTRACTORS.	• WHENEVER “KEY PERSONNEL” HAS BBEN REPLACED..
    • AT THE BEGINNING OF ACTIVITY.
    • PRIOR DRILLING “HIGH RISK ZONES”.
    14.	• HOISTING OPERATIONS LIFTING EQUIPENT INSPECTION.	• EXERCISE CONTROL OVER THE QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE OF THE CRANE OPERATOR PARTICULARLY WHEN HOISTING OPERATIONS ARE OF CRTICAL NATURE.	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER.	• AT THE TIME OF EMPLOYMENT.
    
    		• ENSURE THAT ALL LIFTING EQUIPMENT IS COVERED BY VALID CERTIFICATION AT ALL TIMES.	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • PERSON IN CARGE OF HOISTING OPERATION.	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PROJECT, AND
    • THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		• ENSURE THAT LIFTING EQUIPMENT IS PROPERLY INSPECTED AND MAINTAINED.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		• ENSURE THAT ALL LIFTING OPERATION IS PERFORMED.	• AS ABOVE.	• THROUGHOUT THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    
    
    15.	
    
    • FUEL STORE AREA.	
    
    • ENSURE THAT FUEL TANK IS CONNECTED TO THE EARTH SYSTEM	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT.	• AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PROJECT, AND
    • THROUGHOUT  THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT
    		• ENSURE THAT FILLING STATION IS EXPLOSION PROOF.		
    		• ENSURE THAT FUEL AREA IS PROPERLY FENCED		
    		• ENSURE THAT FUEL TANK ARE PROPERLY STORED IN CONCRETE BACIN TO AVOID ANY POLUTION		
    		• ENSURE THAT PROPERLY FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT IS AVALAIBLE IN THE AREA .		
    16.	• STACKING AND STORAGE MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT.	• ENSURE THAT ALL LOOSE MATERIAL IS PROPERLY STACKED AT ALL WORK SITES AND, WHENEVER NEEDED, STORED IN  PROTECTED AREAS FOR THE PRESSERVATION OF ITS SAFETY CHARACTERISTICS.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN.	• AT ALL TIMES.
    
    17.	• STORAGE, HANDLING, TRANSPORTATION AND USE OF INDUSTRIAL GAS CYLINDERS.	• VERIFY PROPER STORAGE AREAS FOR COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS, HAVING THE FOLLOWING CHARACTERISTICS:	• OPERATION MANAGER,
    • SITE SUPERINTENDENT.
    	• AT THE TIME OF THE INSTALLATION OF THE GAS STORAGE AREA, AND
    • WHENEVER GAS IS DELIVERED TO THE RIG.
    		• PROTECTED FROM DIRECT SUN RADIATION;
    • ALL GASES CLEARLY IDENTIFIED AND STORED SEPARATELY BY TYPE-FULL BOTTLES ALSO SEPARATED FROM EMPTY ONES. PHYSICAL SEPARATION BETWEEN GASES.
    • ALWAYS KEEP CYLINDER IN VERTICAL POSITION.		
    		• ENSURE THAT TRANSPORTATION OF GAS CYLINDERS IS PERFORMED ACCORDING TO ENFORCED LEGISLATION AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP PRACTICE.		
    		• ENSURE SAFE HANDLING OF GAS CYLINDERS.		
    18.	• OXY-ARC CUTTING / WELDING AND PRE-HEATING WORKS.	• ENSURE SOUND GAS PRESSURE REDUCERS, COUPLINGS, VALVES, FLASH-BACK ARRESTORS, HOSES, TORCHES, MANOMETRES	COMPOSING	THE OXY-ARC CUTTING / WELDING AND PRE-HEATING SPREADS.	• FOREMEN.	• AT ALL TIMES,  DURING THE  CONTRACT DEVELOPMENT.
    
    		• ENSURE THAT AUTHORISED PERSONNEL ONLY MAY HANDLE/USE COMPRESSED GAS.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN	• AS ABOVE
    
    		• ENSURE THAT OXY-ACETYLENE TORCHES ARE ONLY IGNITED WITH THE USE OF AN APPROPRIATE FLINT-GUN.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • FOREMEN
    	• AS ABOVE
    
    19.	•PREVENTION OF FALLING TOOLS OR OBJECTS ORSTRUCTURAL PARTS.	• MINIMISE THE POTENTIAL OF FALLS BY OPTIMISING THE SYSTEM OF WORK AT ELEVATION BY USING PRE-FABRICATED FORMS, CRANE SUPPORTED MAN-CAGES, AERIAL WORK PLATEFORMS, SAFE SCAFFOLDINGS SAFETY HARNESS AND FALL ARRESTOR.	• FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• WHENWVER WORKING AT ELEVATION FOR ANY OPERATIONS (MAST, BOP, ETC).
    		• ENSURE THAT ALL PORTABLE TOOLS OF WORKERS AT HEIGHT ARE SECURED TO THE HARNESS.	• FOREMEN,
    • WORKERS.	• AT ALL TIMES WHEN TOOLS MAY FALL DOWN.
    		• ENSURE THAT LARGEIHEAVY TOOLS OR STRUCTURAL PARTS WHICH MAY FALL DOWN ARE SECURELY	FASTENED TO THE STEEL STRUCTURE BY MEANS OF A STRONGISUITABLE LINE.	• AS ABOVE.	• AT ALL TIMES WHEN PARTS MAY FALL DOWN.
    20.	• WELDING ACTIVITIES. INSPECTION OF WELDING EQUIPMENT.
    • EARTHING OF WELDINGEQUIPMENT.	• ENSURE THAT LL EQUIPMENT USED FOR WELDING ACTIVITIES IS INSPECTED FUNCTIONAL AND SOUND, AND ELECTRICALLY SAFE TO OPERATE.	• FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER,
    • ELECTRICIAN.	• BEFORE STARTING ANY WELDING WORK.
    
    		• ALWAYS EXERCISE CONTROL OVER THE CORRECT EARTHING OF WELDING EQUIPMENT.	• FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER,
    • WELDERS.	• AT ALL TIMES, WHEN WELDING WORK IS PERFORMED.
    
    		• ENSURE THAT WELDING CABLES , ELECTRIC SUPPLIES FOR GRINDERS AND PNEUMATIC HOSES FOR AUXILARY SERVICES ARE SAFELY ROUTED AND SUSPENDED TO ELIMINATE ANY TRIPPING HAZARD OR DAMAGE TO THE CABLING ITSELF.	• WELDING SUPERVISOR,
    • SAFETY MANAGER	• AS ABOVE
    
    		• ENSURE WELDING PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND GRINDING FULL FACE SHIELDS ARE USED AT ALL TIMES.	• FOREMEN,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• AS ABOVE
    
    21.	• ACCIDENT, INCIDENT, NEAR MISS, REPORTING & INVESTIGATION.	• REPORT ALL ACCIDENT TO THE OPERATION MANAGER, VERBALLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND IN WRITING THEREAFTER.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY OFFICER.
    	• WHITIN TWO HOURS FROM OCCURRENCE VERBALY, AND 24 HOURS IN WRITING.
    		• INVESTIGATE ALL ACCIDENT, INCIDENTS, AND NEAR MISSES AND DEFINE CORRECTIVE ACTIONS TO PREVENT RE-OCCURRENCE.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY OFFICER.
    	• SOON AFTER OCCURRENCE OF ACCIDENT.
    
    		• REPORT ACCIDENTS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND ALL ACCIDENTS THEREAFTER.	• OPERATION MANAGER.	• AS SOON IS POSSIBLE VERBALY, AND 24 HOURS IN WRITING.
    		• REPORT ALL ACCIDENTS TO THE HSE CORPORATE CO-ORDINATOR VERBALLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND IN WRITING THEREAFTER.	• GENERAL MANAGER OPERATION.	• AS SOON IS POSSIBLE VERBALY, AND 24 HOURS IN WRITING.
    22.	• HSE AUDIT & INSPECTION.	• INSPECT WORK SITE AT REGULAR INTERVALS TO DETECT AND CORRECT NON-CONFORMITIES.	• SITE SUPERINTENDENT,
    • SAFETY MANAGER.	• DAILY.
    		• PERFORM MANAGEMENT SAFETY WALKABOUTS TO ENHANCE SAFETY ATTITUDES AMONG THE WORKFORCE AND FOREMEN AND FOREMEN.	• OPERATION MANAGER.	• AT MONTHLY INTERVAL, AS A MINIMUM.
    		• PERFORM AUDIT-INTERVENTIONS AT WORKSITES TO DETECT HSE NON CONFORMANCES.	• HSE COORDINATOR.	• ON YEARLY BASIS.
     
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    Deserves a great paid for  AUDIT AND INSPECTION
    
    All activities shall be audited at regular intervals by HSE Staff in order to :
    ● ensure that all elements of the HSE Management system, standards, supporting procedures are understood, correctly applied and implemented for the particular site/rig installation;
    ● ensure that health and safety are maintained at the highest standards by site/rig installation management;
    ● measure the understanding of management techniques against the HSE Management system by all levels of management and overall safety performance of the company, site and/or instal-lation against the HSE standards; Monitoring and auditing are essential activities in providing feedback to management of how effective the HSE Management system is working in practice.
    Auditing shall be performed with the use of standard check-lists and Audit reports and shall define needed corrective actions in function of non conformances highlighted during the inspection of the job-site.
    On-site monthly inspection, to define job-site status, shall be carried out by HSE Co-ordinator with the use of standard forms reporting the results of the inspection to the General Manager Operation and to the HSE Corporate Co-ordinator.
    Safety inspection shall be conducted on a regular (daily / weekly) basis by the  SAFETY MANAGER with a summary report to be included in the weekly progress meeting.
    A site safety log book will be kept in the site office and will be monitored to ensure all entries are abided or addressed.
    
    

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