AREA INFORMATION 1. Department Fill with related Department Name.

For example LMO Dept, PGF Dept, SBU Dept etc. 2. Section Fill with Section Name (if available), please left it blank if it’s not available. For example Warehouse, Production, Maintenance etc. 3. Locations Fill with area/location where the activity is conducted.For example Pabelokan Warehouse, Kalijapat Warehouse, CNOOC 114 4. Activity Fill with the activity being assessed. For example Material Handling, Loading Material, Unloading Material, Marine Transportation etc. TRA COLUMN 1. No Fill withnumber sequentially. For example 1,2,3 so forth 2. Detail Activity / Process Fill with steps of process / activity and tools operation. For example: unloading tubing pipe from vessel to jetty with pedestal crane, transfer from boat to boat landings facility. 3. Health or Safety Select whether related hazard relevant to Health or Safety 4. Condition Fill with current condition of activity described in detail activity column. Choose one of the R (routine), NR (non-routine) or E (Emergency). a. Routine: a normal situation that occurred during day to day activities or operations. b. Non Routine: Maintenance, extra hours work, or a changeable situation, that differs from what is expected normally. c. Emergency Conditions: accidental situations which are can result in significant damages to people, property or environment, for example : fire, explosion, flood, earthquake, poisoning, accident, pollution and gas leakage 5. Hazards Identified Fill with the hazard exist in the activity / process. The hazard may be identified in source (material with hazardous characteristics), condition (work environment, work arrangement, tools and other supporting infrastructure) or action (action taken by worker in working execution). For example :

such as hot surfaces. Exposed to heat. Impaired vision because visual conditions . etc Ergonomic hazards : Fatigue condition MSDs . etc Radiation hazards : Non ionizing X-ray Exposed Cancer Burn Cell mutant 3 4 5 6 . ingested mutagenic material. etc .Bacteria Ingested Disease . Exposed to cold air.Room air For Example : Contact with heat.Flammable materials Excessive electrical loads .Travo Electric short circuit Fatality . exposed corrosive 2 material.overexertion Body discomfort For Example : Sprained because repetitive movement.Visual conditions Blurr .Strong force Blind .Push / pull White finger . etc Thermal Hazards and Winter Contacted Harsh Hazards : Exposed Blister . Contact with the cold.Plugs Explosion Limp .Prolonged static Impaired vision Back pain position (stand / sit) Inconveniences Carpal tunnel ache . such as frostbite.Steam Amputation .Flammable Material For Example : Inhaled toxic gasses.Teratogenic material Cell mutant . etc.NO 1 Type of Hazard (Source.Overload Deaf .Electricity Contacted Burn .Frostbite .Reactive Substance For Example : Contact with exposed wires. exposed to ultra violet.Ultra violet For Example : Exposure to non ionizing radiation.Awkward postures Fracture . Biological hazards Exposed Allergic .Mutagenic material Fatality .Repetitive movement Lowbacks Disorder .Wild animals For Example : Exposed bacteria. inhaled carcinogenic material. Action) Chemical hazards : Explosive material Toxic Material Oxidizing Material Pressurized Gas Material Irritation Material Corrosive Material Potential Hazard Contacted Exposed Ingested Inhaled Ill Health Burn Toxicated Blister Inconveniences Sickness Cancer Fatality Risk . such as steam. etc Electrical Hazard : Exposed Blister . ingested toxic material . Condition. contact irritation material. such as room air.Carcinogenic material Cancer .Hot surfaces Irritated Burn stadium I .Viruses Inhaled Congestion . shock by fire.

Attitude Language barriers / cultural Accident Lack of supervision Fatality Lack of orientation Acute Lack of orientation on working infectious process Law suit Not aware of any guidelines / Citizen suit manuals For Emergency Condition Flood Disaster Earthquake Catastrophic Tsunami Asset lost Bomb Fire Demonstration/riot Fatality Fire Explosion Gas leak Chemical spills 6. Factors that influence the degree of risk / effect include : how much a person is . Training Trained but incompetent Mishap . Impaired vision because visual conditions . Hazards Effect Fill withthe safety effect from hazard which is a person will be harmed or experience an adverse safety effect if exposed to a hazard.Sharps Blurr .Noise White finger .Vibration Asthma . It may also apply to situations with property or equipment loss.Education.Dust ISPA .unsafe act Shortcut operations Less clarity Cut alarm and control Work pressure Eliminating protection Stress Not using PPE Less job satisfaction Ignoring procedure and PPE Sickness absence Misuse of safety equipment High workload / multi task Mental stress due to personal reasons No concentration Carelessness / forgetfulness Poor work attitude Disorderly Lack of focus Physical health Staff refused to change Joke Sexual harassment Loneliness Monotony Claustrophobia Conflicts Reaction in case of emergency Human capabilities : Untrained Secure . etc Psychological hazard : Complacency MSDs .risk behavior Over confident Less control .Thermal .Competency Inadequately trained Near miss .Cold For Example : Sprained because repetitive movement.Skill Not eligible Injury .Height Circadian .Knowledge Inexperience Incident .7 8 9 10 Physical hazards : Exposed Deaf .

000. R (Risk Category / Level) Determining risk level that represent the combination between severity and probability. . how the person is affected (for example : skin irritation. 7.etc). SOP. Existing Control Measure Fill with the current action taken to counter the hazard.Brief disruption (cost less than 100. such as restriction to activities (Restricted Work Case) or e need to take a few Major injury (Including Permanents Partial Disability) . 5S. blind. such prolonged absence from work Assets Damage No Damage Slight damage .Partial operation loss (2 weeks shutdown cost up to 10. HE (Hazard Effect)Rating Fill with hazard effect rating.Such as using PPE. mechanical stoper.000 USD) Extensive damage .Affecting work performance in the longer term.Based on SPRM (Safety Potential Risk Matrix).From accident Incident) A (High Potential Multiple fatalities.000 USD) Major damage .exposed to a hazardous materials or condition. etc. LOTO. 8.(including first aid case) .substantial or total loss of operation (cost in excess of 10.000. PROBABILITY Probability 1 2 3 4 5 Description Never heard of in the world Heard of incident in our industry Incident has occurred in CNOOC Company Happens several times per year in CNOOC Happens several times per year in our location 10.From an accidents Incident) 9. HAZARD EFFECT RATING Hazard Effect Rating F E Hazard Effect Definitions People No Injury Slight injury . P (Probability) Fill with the occurrence probability of agent exposure to people from several hazard sources. Please refer to below table.not affecting work performance or causing disability Minor injury (Lost Time Injury) Affecting work performance. and how severe are the effects of exposure.No disruption to operation (cost less than 10.Partial shutdown (can be restarted but cost up to 500.000 USD) D C B Single fatality or permanent total (High Potential disability .000 USD) Local damage .000 USD) Minor damage . Please refer to below table.

g. Legal requirement Fill with relevancy status to legal requirement(fill with YES or NO) Yes No = If activity related with legal requirement listed in legal register = If activity not related with legal requirement listed in legal register 12. Additional determiningcontrol measurerefer to Table Risk Hierarchy Example table below. etc. PPD > 4 days) PTD to single fatality Multiple fatalities SAFETY AssetsDamage No damage Slight damage Minor damage Localized damage Major damage Extensive damage 1 1 2 8 14 16 21 PROBABILITY 2 3 4 12 15 19 24 3 5 9 13 17 23 25 4 6 10 18 22 26 28 5 7 11 20 27 29 30 The safety risk categorizes into four groups.SAFETY POTENTIAL RISK MATRIX Hazard Effect Rating F E D C B A People No injury Slight injury (FAC. 4 days or less.: Sealable containers Noise enclosures for turbines or pumps Barrier or guard Separate storage areas Physical isolations (spade. jewellery. lock-off) Access controls Substitution Engineering Controls • • • Segregation • • • • . Such as improvement PPE to prevent accidents. e. MTC) Minor Injury (LTI. : Welding Soldering Grinding Mechanical or electrical isolations Lighting Enclosure. review and revise SOP(if needed) to avoid negligence of workers. RISK HIERARCHY EXAMPLE: Examples Elimination / Prohibition • • • • • • • • Use of mechanical device instead of manual handling Maximum stacking height Unauthorised personnel Prohibit smoking. RWC Major injury (LTI. those are : Risk Category / Level : Low risk Medium risk High risk Intolerable 11.g. mobile phones Solvent-based paint with water-based paint Electric hand tools with compressed air Reduction in size or weight of item Local exhaust ventilation for e. Additional Control Measure Fill with the additional action to be taken reduce / minimize the risk into acceptable level / ALARP risk level.

safety meeting Gloves Goggles Face mask Boots Respiratory protective equipment Chemical suits or gauntlets Safety harness or inertia reel 13. Responsible Person Fill with tittle / position responsible person to follow up and monitor the additional control measure. Mechanic. by virtue of other ‘bow-tie” barriers. This rating must be entered in the priority column. induction. Intolerable 0 Intolerable 1 High Risk 2 Medium Risk 3 Low Risk 4 . Note: An action priority rating must be given for each incident or hazard.5 Mandatory in this case means items that are required by legislation. etc. Refer to below table. They are therefore of such a serious nature that immediate shutdown of the affected facility is required. Action items that have a cost benefit ratio (CBR) of less than 1. Action items that reflect a level of risk exposure which is intolerable but it is possible or appropriate to take a temporary compensatory action that reduces the risk to tolerable levels while permanent remedial action is being implemented. is such that the perceived risk within the time frame of the Action Item closeout is tolerable. the likelihood. Action items that have potentially high consequences and could result in serious safety or other production critical situations. Items in this category should be scheduled after all category 0-3 items have been scheduled or. Welder. 14. Action items that are either mandatory or have a CBR greater than 1. or have been directed internally by senior Company management. on page two of the report form. Restart of that facility can only be taken once risk levels are reduced to an acceptable level and the appropriate authority to restart has been obtained. category 2 items should not be outstanding for an extended length of time. However. Action Priority Rating Fill with action priority rating is taken based on it’s risk level / category. For example Production Supervisor. workshop. Such measure ate to be agreed to at the Business Unit Manager Level. The facility may then continue operation. an opportunity exists to complete an item in conjunction with a higher category.5 greater that 1 or judgmentally appears to be worthwhile.Administration Controls • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Personal Protective Equipment Job or shift rotation Breaks Hazardous work carried out at low activity periods such as nights or weekends Dispense dilute chemical Increase airflow through work area Automated feed process instead of manual Training. Action Priority Rating Description Table Risk Category / Level Rating Description Action items that reflect a level of risk exposure which is intolerable and for which no temporary risk mitigation measures are possible or appropriate or yet implemented. Nevertheless.

Target & Program) Fill with Objective and Target registration in the current year.From an accidents Incident) 18. Please refer to below table. Probability 1 2 3 4 5 PROBABILITY Description Never heard of in the world Heard of incident in our industry Incident has occurred in CNOOC Company Happens several times per year in CNOOC Happens several times per year in our location .From accident Incident) A (High Potential Multiple fatalities.Brief disruption (cost less than 100. HE (Hazard Effect)Rating Fill with hazardeffect rating.mm.000 USD) Extensive damage .000.000 USD) Local damage .not affecting work performance or causing disability Minor injury (Lost Time Injury) Affecting work performance. Please refer to below table. such as restriction to activities (Restricted Work Case) or e need to take a few Major injury (Including Permanents Partial Disability) .Affecting work performance in the longer term. Target Date Fill with target date ofadditional control measure (dd.No disruption to operation (cost less than 10.000 USD) Major damage .yy) 16. such prolonged absence from work Assets Damage No Damage Slight damage .Partial operation loss (2 weeks shutdown cost up to 10.15. Yes No = If additional control measure is listed/registered in the current HSE improvement OTP = If not listed/not registered in the current HSE improvement OTP Residual Risks : 17.000. OTP (Objective.000 USD) D C B Single fatality or permanent total (High Potential disability . HAZARD EFFECT RATING Hazard Rating F E Hazard Effect Definitions People No Injury Slight injury .(including first aid case) .substantial or total loss of operation (cost in excess of 10. P (Probability) Fill with the occurrence probability of agent exposure to people from several hazard sources.Partial shutdown (can be restarted but cost up to 500.000 USD) Minor damage .

RWC Major injury (LTI. R (Risk Level) Determining risk level that represent the combination between severity and probability. those are : Risk Category / Level Low risk Medium risk High risk Intolerable 20. SAFETY POTENTIAL MATRIX Hazard Effect Rating F E D C B A People No injury Slight injury (FAC.19. 4 days or less. the TRAteam may recommend that the work go ahead with theidentified control measures in place. PPD > 4 days) PTD to single fatality Multiple fatalities Safety Assets Damage No damage Slight damage Minor damage Localized damage Major damage Extensive damage 1 2 8 14 16 21 3 4 12 15 19 24 5 9 13 17 23 25 6 10 18 22 26 28 7 11 20 27 29 30 1 PROBABILITY 2 3 4 5 The safety risk categorizes into four groups. Based on SPRM (Safety Potential Risk Matrix). MTC) Minor Injury (LTI. ALARP (As Low As Responsibly Praticable) Fill with Yes or No. Yes No = if risk category is Medium Risk or Low Risk = if risk categoriy is High Risk or Intolerable Risk The residual Risk is acceptable and ALARP. .

chronic effects/ constant high accident) Reputation No impact Slight impact (public awareness) Limited impact (local public/ media) Considerable impact (region/ state public/ media) National Impact (extensive adverse media) International impact (extensive Adverse Media) 3 5 4 6 5 7 H A Z A R D F E No health effects Slight health effects Minor health effects 4 3 2 4 9 10 11 D Minor damage Minor damage 8 12 13 18 20 2 C R A T I N G Major health effects Localized damage Major injury (LTI. no accidence) Minor effect (temporary contamiNation/single accidence) Local effect (recoverable environmenta l Loss or repeated accidence) Major effect (severe damage recoverable/ Extended accidence) Massive effect (widespread.TABLE COMPREHENSIVE QHSE EVENT POTENTIAL MATRIX PROBABILITY Potential Severity Health People Assets Damage No damage Slight damage Safety Assets Damage No damage Slight damage Environment 1 1 Action Priority 2 3 People No injury Slight injury (FAC. MTC) Minor Injury (LTI. RWC Environment No effect Slight effect (within fence. PPD > 4 days) Localized damage 14 15 17 22 27 B PTD to single fatality Major damage PTD to single fatality Major damage 16 19 23 26 29 0/1 A Multiple fatalities Extensive damage Multiple fatalities Extensive damage 21 24 25 28 30 Legend: Probability 1 2 3 4 5 Action Priority Never heard of in industry Has occurred in industry Has occurred in company Occurs several times a year Occurs several times a year at the location Low risk Medium risk High risk Intolerable . 4 days or less.