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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Background
2 OVERVIEW
2.1 Scope of the Document
2.2 Relationship Between the Chapters
3 DRILLING HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Leadership and Commitment
3.1 Leadership and Commitment
3.2 Policy and Strategic Objectives
3.3.2 Management representative(s)
3.3.3 Resources
3.3.4 Competence
3.3.5 Contractors
3.3.6 Communication
3.3.7 Documentation and its control
3.5.1 General
3.5.2 Asset integrity
3.5.4 Management of change
3.6 Implementation and Monitoring
3.6.1 Activities and tasks
3.6.2 Monitoring
3.6.3 Records
3.6.5 Incident reporting
3.6.6 Incident follow-up
3.7 Audit
3.8 Review
4 PREPARATION
4.1 Site Preparations - Land
4.1.1 Locations
4.1.2 Road vehicles and mobile plant
4.1.3 Camp sites
4.2 Preparation Offshore
4.2.1 Location preparation offshore
4.2.2 Structural integrity of jack-ups
4.2.4 Tender assisted operations
4.3 Materials Procurement
4.3.1 Hazard data
4.3.2 Inspection
4.3.3 Stacking and storage
4.4.1 Road transport
4.4.2 Sea transport
4.4.3 Air transport
4.4.4 Rig moving on land
4.4.5 Rig moving offshore
5 EQUIPMENT
5.1 Maintenance
5.2 Hazardous Zones
5.2.1 Hazardous zone classification
5.3 Personal Protective Equipment
5.4 Drilling Equipment
5.4.1 Drawworks safety
6.1.2 Taking tubulars on site
6.1.7 Drill floor operations
6.2.1 Handling of harmful chemicals
6.3 Crane Operations
6.3.1 Safe operating principles
6.3.2 Heavy lifts
6.4 Pressure Testing
6.4.1 General
6.5 Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S)
6.5.1 General
6.5.2 Planning for H2S
6.5.3 Equipment
6.5.4 Monitoring
6.5.5 Alarm systems (H2S detection)
6.5.6 Personal protective equipment
6.5.7 Additional safety equipment
6.5.8 Well control
6.5.9 Personnel training
6.5.10H2S drills
6.5.11Personnel
6.6 Occupational Health and Safety
6.6.1 Housekeeping
6.6.2 Noise control
6.6.3 Contractors' occupational health
6.7 Permit-to-work
6.8 Environmental Hazards
6.8.1 Noise
6.8.2 Environmental auditing
6.8.3 Waste management
7 ASSOCIATED ACTIVITIES
7.1 Electric Wireline Operations
7.1.1 Responsibilities
7.1.2 Rigging up
7.1.3 Logging operations
7.1.4 Pressure control
7.1.7 Radio transmissions
7.1.11Fishing
7.2 Well Testing
7.2.1 General
7.2.2 Fracturing
7.2.3 Acidising
7.2.4 Cryogenic operations
7.3 Coiled Tubing Operations
7.4 Concurrent Operations
7.4.1 General
7.4.2 Procedures
7.4.3 Supervision
7.4.4 Specific requirements
7.5 Wireline Operations (Slickline)
7.6 Diving/ROV Operations
7.6.1 Special precautions
7.6.2 Restrictions
7.7 Standby Vessels
7.7.1 General requirements
7.7.2 Duties
7.8.1 Training
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Shell Safety in Drilling Manual

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