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Managing safely v3.

1 project

Introduction
As part of the Managing safely course, you have to complete a project and have it
assessed. You will be expected to carry out a risk assessment based on your own work
environment. You need to record the results on the attached sheets and submit them for
marking. Do not submit any additional material in support of your project work as only the
six parts of the A4 project will be assessed. The project can be word processed or hand
written.
When you have completed your work you should return it to

GENNESARET RESOURCES NIGERIA LIMITED

There is a two week time limit for the return of the project. Your project must be completed
and returned by

Instructions
Please read all of the instructions before starting work on your project.
The project is broken down into a number of parts. Please complete each section as
detailed below.
Part 1 description of the work tasks that are your responsibility
Record a brief description of all the work tasks within your work environment including:

description/labelled sketch of the location(s)


people who work in or visit the area on a regular basis or from time to time. (Think
about the different groups of people who may be in the area and how often they
may be there.)
permanent and temporary items of equipment and substances
activities carried out within your work environment

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Part 2 a hazard checklist of the location(s)


Record a brief description of three location hazards that may arise in your work
environment. For example, car park, stairs, uneven floor. For each of these hazards please
include:

a description of the location


a description of the hazard in relation to the location
the number and occupation of people who could be affected by the hazard in
relation to the location
whether a risk assessment is recommended

Part 3 a hazard checklist of permanent and/or temporary items of equipment and


substances used in your work environment
Record a brief description of three hazards that may arise from equipment or substances
used. For each of these hazards please include:

a description of permanent and/or temporary items of equipment and substances


used
a description of the hazard in relation to the equipment/substance
the number and occupation of people who could be affected by the hazard - in
relation to the equipment/substance
whether a risk assessment is recommended

Part 4 a hazard checklist of the activities carried out within your work environment
Record a brief description of three hazards that may arise from within your work
environment. For each of these hazards please include:

a description of the work activity


a description of the hazard in relation to the work activity
the number and occupation of people who could be affected by the hazard in
relation to the work activity

Note: for the purpose of this exercise all three activity hazards that you are
assessing on part 4 must require a risk assessment.
Part 5 carrying out a risk assessment
Please carry out a risk assessment on all three of the activity hazards you have listed on
part 4. Please make sure you include:

a description of the work activity


a description of the hazard, hazardous event and expected consequence in
relation to the work activity
the number and occupation of people affected in relation to the work activity
an assessment of risk (please use the 5 x 5 matrix) in relation to the work activity

Note: for the purpose of this exercise all three activity hazards that you are
assessing on part 5 must require risk controls.
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Part 6 risk control recommendations


Please complete the risk control form for all three activity hazards you have listed on part
5. Please make sure you include:

a description of the work activity and risk level from the risk assessment
existing risk controls
any further risk controls required - in relation to the work activity
the residual risk (please use the 5 x 5 matrix) - in relation to the work activity
a description of the type of monitoring required and how often - in relation to the
residual risk

Note: where you have large numbers of hazards in your work environment you will not
have space to record them all. In these circumstances, select a representative sample of
hazards for the purposes of this project and record only these. Remember that only three
hazards are required for parts 2, 3, and 4.
Each part has a maximum number of marks which can be awarded and details are given
in the table below.
Part

Maximum marks

18

16

16

13

30

30
Total

123

Minimum mark

62

Finally, before returning your project check that your name, the end of course date, the
name of your company, the site name and the name of your training provider are recorded
on the first sheet.
Please also ensure that you sign each sheet to confirm that the work you submit is your
own.
Please note: the small square boxes in the bottom right hand corner of each section
on parts 2 to 6 are for the markers use only.

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Part 1 description of the work tasks that are your


responsibility (continued on the next page)
Delegate name: OKEAKPU C. Kingsley

End of course date: 6th February 2015

Company : NIMASA

Site name: Cargo Vessel Ship

Marks
allocated

Training provider: Gennesaret Resources Nigeria Limited


A description/labelled sketch of the location(s)

1 . Windlass
4. Anchor chain
7. Mooring pipe
10 . Cowl head ventilator
13. Air and sounding pipe
16 . Stockless anchor
19. Anchor crown
22 . Anchor fluke
25. Hand rail stanchion
28 . Bow chock

2. Chain cable compresses


3. Hawse pipe
5. Bollard
6. Fair leader
8. Deck end roller
9. Wire reel
11. Derrick boom
12. Boom support
14 . Flag staff
15. Anchor davit
17. Anchor shackle
18 . Anchor shank, Anchor shaft
20. Anchor arm
21. Anchor palm
23. Anchor light davit
24. Open rail
26. Hand rail
27. Anchor recess
29 . Bell mouth of hawse pipe
30. Deck Flange hawse pipe

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A description of the people who work in or visit the area on a regular basis or
from time to time and how often theyre there
Depending on the type of ship. i.e either a cruise ship, cargo vessel ship, or a fishing boat,
different kind of people may work as well as walk around the ship. A citable example are
those who Ship Deck are essential or related to their work station/location (Deck Crew)

First Officer
Maintains all navigational equipment including lights, storage of emergency signaling
equipment. In charge of maintenance of the emergency life boats, rescue boats and tenders.
The First Officer spends most of their time on the bridge supervising the bridge operations
and navigational systems.

Quarter Master
Manages the deck staff on duties performed daily such as attending to ropes, maintenance
and tenders.

Able Seaman
Able Seaman is one of the Deckhands responsible for the general cleaning, painting and
maintenance of the ship.

Bosun
The Bosun assists the Safety Officer with assigned duties.

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Safety Officer
In this role you delegate and oversee safety drills. The safety drills include abandon ship
procedures, fire drills and maintenance of the ship's tenders. In addition this role is
responsible for instructing the crew on safety issues and drills.

Marks
allocated

Security Officer
The security officer is in charge of all security issues during embarkation and
disembarkment. This position is responsible for making decisions about suspicious
luggage, passengers, crew members etc.

Staff Captain
This is the Captain's executive officer, in charge of the medical and deck department's
safety and order. After the Captain the Chief Officer is second in command in the decision
making process. This role assists the Captain with all duties including the overall welfare of
the crew and passengers on board the ship.

Part 1 description of the work tasks that are your

Please sign to confirm thatresponsibility


this is your own work:

A description of permanent and temporary pieces of equipment and


substances used in your work environment

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a. Ropes (Wind Control And Navigation System)


b. Life Guards (Safety)
c. Buckets And Paints (For Good House Keeping On Deck)
d. Life Rah (Safety Boats)
e. Anchor (Ship Ducking)
f. Sawdust (Safety Measure To Arrest Spilled Oil On Deck Surface)
g. Detergent
h. Water Pump/ Fire Wash
i. Master Vab (To Transfer Oil Through Pumps And Pipes)
j. Under Ground Storage Tank
A description of the activities carried out within your work environment
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

Supervision of Product Lifting (PMS, CRUDE, DIESEL)


Under Ground Tank Inspection
Ship to Ship Oil Transfer (STS) Cargo Vessel Operation (commercial)
Ensure Good housekeeping on Ship Deck
1. Ensure that the ship deck is kept clean at all times
2. Check the ropes to ensure durability
Wheeling a Ship
Check the Anchor position make sure it pulled up on Deck before ship set sail
Check TPS. (ensure it between 2.3 mph) i.e ship not dragging and record findings
Safety Drills.

Please sign to confirm that this is your own work:__________________

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Hazard Checklist: locations(s)

Part 2

The location(s) you manage


Company: NIMASA
Description of the
Location

Department: OFFSHORE OPERATION


Description of the hazard
(in relation to the location)

Ship Deck

Underground Storage Tank located under


the Deck

Under Ground Storage Tank

Highly flammable Products


(PMS, CRUDE OIL, DISSEL)
*

Ship Deck

Anchor position (make sure it pulled up


on Deck before ship set sail) this could
either drag the ship or cause a big
turbulence to the ship
*

Site name: SHIP DECK STATION

Number and occupation of


people affected

Risk assessment
recommended?

(in relation to the location)

(If no, please explain)

*Yes

No

*Yes

No

*Yes

No

With an unattended oil spill on deck


likelihood of hazardous incident could
affect all life onboard
E.g Cargo Vessel Ship
12-15 people
*

Likelihood of hazardous incident could


affect all life onboard
E.g Cargo Vessel Ship
12-15 people
*

Likelihood that unaware personnel


onboard could either fall or get injured
2-3 people
*

Please sign to confirm that this is your own work:__________________

*
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Hazard Checklist: equipment and substances

Part 3

Permanent and temporary pieces of equipment and substances used in the work environment
Company: NIMASA

Department: OFFSHORE OPERATION

Description of the
equipment/substances

Description of the hazard


(in relation to the equipment/substance)

Dry Sawdust (use to tackle


oil spill on deck)

Flammable Material

Detergent (use to tackle oil


spill on deck) and ensure good
house keeping

Slippery

Ropes: This is a permanent


tool associated with the work
Station/location. Its often
replaced from time to time for
safety reasons.

Keep ropes clean of


contamination by
chemicals(chemicals are bad for
ropes)
It is not advisable to stand in the
bight or in the path of a rope
under strain.

Please sign to confirm that this is your own work:__________________

Site name: SHIP DECK STATION

Number and occupation of


people affected

Risk assessment
recommended?

(in relation to the equipment/substance)

(If no, please explain)

*Yes

No

*Yes

No

*Yes

No

In the event of fire outbreak in a loaded


vessel.
E.g Cargo Vessel Ship
12-15 people

4 people (Deck Crew) thus it is often


advised to wash & rinse the deck
properly after an STS

All (Deck crew) are affected by this


factor
Occasionally 4 people
OS, AB,FO,HSEO. ETC.

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Hazard Checklist: activities

Part 4

Activities carried out within your work environment


Company: NIMASA

Department: OFFSHORE OPERATION

Site name: DECK STATION

Note: For the purpose of this exercise, all three activity hazards must require a risk assessment.
Description of the
Work activity

Description of the hazard


(in relation to the work activity)

Number and occupation of


people affected

Risk assessment
recommended?

(in relation to the work activity)

Ship to Ship (STS) & Product


Lifting (PMS, CRUDE,
DIESEL)

Under Ground Tank Inspection

Anchor position

Highly flammable Products


(PMS, CRUDE OIL, DISSEL)
This operation could lead to an explosion
or fire outbreak.

When inspecting the underground tank it


is advised not to go in until the meter
reflect a low Gas presents usually 0.2%
Inhaling of inflammable gases is
hazardous to health and often requires
medical treatment or result to death
a). Anchor :makes sure it pulled up on
Deck before ship set sail. This could
either cause the ship to drag or cause a
big turbulence to the ship. b). this
turbulence could cause injury to
personnel on board. c). the turbulence
could also increase the temperature of the
gaseous product in the storage tanks

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Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Likelihood of hazardous incident could


affect all life onboard as well as lose of
ship or abandoning of ship by the crew
E.g Cargo Vessel Ship
12-15 people

Deck crew oil and chemical tanker


inspector
1 person

Likelihood that unaware personnel


onboard could either fall or get injured
4-6 people

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Risk assessment form


Company: NIMASA

Part 5

Department: OFFSHORE OPERATION

Site name: DECK STATION

Note: For the purpose of this exercise, all three activity hazards must require risk controls.
Work
activity
Ship to Ship
(STS) &
Product
Lifting (PMS,
CRUDE,
DIESEL)

Hazard, hazardous event and


expected consequence

People
affected

(in relation to the work activity)

(in relation to the work


activity)

Assessment of risk

(in relation to the work activity)

Likelihood
level

Occupation:
a. Highly inflammable
Deck Crew
products,
b. Explosion or Fire Out Break
Number:
c. Major/ Catastrophic

Consequence
level

Risk
level

Anchor
position

Date:
Assessors name:

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

20

4-6 people

Occupation:

Under
Ground Tank
Inspection

Are risk controls


required?

a) Highly flammable
b) Inhaling of gaseous content
c) Health risk (Collapse) /
death

a) Cause the Ship to Drag


b) Increase the water current
c) Turbulence

Time:

oil & chemical


tanker inspector

16

Number: 1
Occupation:
Deck Crew
Number:
4-6

Review period:

Date of next review:

Position:

Signature:

Please sign to confirm that this is your own work:__________________

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Part 6

Risk control form


Company: NIMASA

Department: OFF SHORE OPERATION

Work activity
and risk level

Existing
risk controls

Further risk
controls required

(from risk
assessment form)

(in relation to the work


activity)

(in relation to the work activity)

a) PPE. b) ensure
Host, vabs &
temp are ok
before operation.
c) Fire fighting
equipments.

a) Prepare crew for


emergency (PST)
Personal survival at sea
Technique. b) Lunch the
life rah (safety boats)
if explosion occurs

Risk level: 20

a)Temp. Meter
Checker (0.2%)
Risk level: 16

Date:
Assessors name:

Residual risk

(in relation to the work activity)

Probable
Likelihood

Potential
Consequence

New risk
level

a)TPS alarm
System.
b) PPE
c) First aid/
medical attention

Review period:

Date of next review:

Position:

Signature:

Please sign to confirm that this is your own work:__________________

(in relation to the residual risk)

Frequency:
Adequate

b). SSOW
.

a) SSOW

Description of
monitoring required

b) Gas Mask
c) PPE

Risk level: 12

a). On the Job Training/


briefing

Site name: DECK STATION

Frequency:
Adiquate

Frequency:
Acceptable

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