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File : EFP_Guide_e.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : Jackie Innerarity
Keywords :

Page: 36

39 5.7 Periodically Unmanned Propulsion Machinery Space ................... 39 SECTION 4 Main


Fixed Fire

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controls. 5.7 Periodically Unmanned Propulsion Machinery Space Where the vessel or unit will
receive
File : FAC_Guide_e-Feb11.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : Jackie Innerarity
Keywords :

Page: 29

Requirements............................................................70 21.1 Unmanned Facilities


...................................................................... 70 21.3 Manned Facilities
.......................................................................... 70 23 Emergency

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to one. 21.1 Unmanned Facilities 21.1.1 Main Power The main power source(s) is

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Requirements..........................................................129 9.1 Unmanned Facilities


.................................................................... 129 9.3 Manned Facilities
........................................................................ 129 9.5 Manned
........................................132 3.1 Unmanned
Platforms................................................................... 132 3.3 Manned Production Platforms
..................................................... 132 5 Fire

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these requirements. 9.1 Unmanned Facilities 9.1.1 Main Power The main power source(s) is

Page: 138

fixed facilities: 3.1 Unmanned Platforms i) Portable fire extinguishers per 4-8/5.13. ii)
File : FAC_Rules_e-Feb14.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : Jackie Innerarity
Keywords :

Page: 30

............................................................ 83 21.1 Unmanned Facilities


...................................................................... 84 21.3 Manned Facilities
........................................................................... 84

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. 2014 21.1 Unmanned Facilities 21.1.1 Main Power The main power source(s) is

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.......................................................... 154 9.1 Unmanned Facilities


.................................................................... 154 9.3 Manned Facilities
........................................................................ 154 9.5 Manned
........................................ 157 3.1 Unmanned Platforms
................................................................... 157 3.3 Manned Production Platforms
..................................................... 157

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these requirements. 9.1 Unmanned Facilities 9.1.1 Main Power The main power source(s) is

Page: 163

fixed facilities: 3.1 Unmanned Platforms i) Portable fire extinguishers per 4-8/5.13 ii)
File : Fire-fighting Guidance Notes_e-Feb14.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author : Jana Palfy
Keywords :

Page: 126

Note: Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures that do not contain high fire risk items

Page: 156

area. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items or
equipment
File : MODU_Part_4_e-July14.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : DTS
Keywords :

Page: 68

located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and which are not
File : MODU_Part_5_e-Feb14_2.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : DTS
Keywords :

Page: 32

space is permanently unmanned, except for repairs or maintenance, automatic actuation may
be allowed

Page: 46

F). iv) For unmanned machinery spaces, fuel oil heaters, purifiers, pumps and filters are
File : MODU_Part_7_e.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : DTS
Keywords :

Page: 92

service spaces, normally unmanned spaces, mud pit rooms, machinery maintenance
decks/platforms, etc.) that
File : MOU_Guide_e-Feb14.pdf
Title : While references are made to material specifications in Part 2 of Steel
Vessel Rules, equivalent materials complying with a national or
international standard will be considered for acceptance
Subject :
Author : Jackie Innerarity
Keywords :

Page: 38

provided) be periodically unmanned, and that the machinery/ systems be controlled and
monitored from
File : Offshore_Automation_Guide_e-Feb14.pdf
Title : Building and Classing Facilities on Offshore Installations
Subject :
Author : Takeshi Matsumoto
Keywords :

Page: 3

provided) be periodically unmanned and that the machinery be controlled and monitored
from a

Page: 4

................................................................... 3 5.23 Unmanned Machinery Space


.......................................................... 3 5.25 Local Centralized Control and Monitoring

Page: 8

provided) be periodically unmanned, and that the machinery/systems, as listed in Subsection


1/

Page: 9

systems inoperative. 5.23 Unmanned Machinery Space Machinery space(s) which can be
operated without

Page: 26

provided) be periodically unmanned and that the machinery, as listed in Subsection 1/1,
File : Portable_Accommodation_Modules_Guide_May14.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author : Jana Palfy
Keywords :

Page: 9

the modules are unmanned during heavy weather and sufficient space for the entire
complement

Page: 23

the Modules are unmanned while afloat. However, the full design head should be considered
File : Pub29_OffshoreInstallations.pdf
Title : p000i-vi
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 47

platforms that are unmanned, or can be easily evacuated during the design event, or
File : ABS fire-fighting_guidance_notes_e-feb14.pdf
Title : Guidance Notes on Fire-Fighting Systems
Subject :
Author : Jana Palfy
Keywords :

Page: 126

Note: Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures that do not contain high fire risk items

Page: 156

area. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items or
equipment
File : ANSI-ISA-d99.00.02 (2007) Security for Industrial Automation and Control
Systems (draft).pdf
Title : ISA99_Part2_d3_e16 - editado
Subject :
Author : cjl8
Keywords :

Page: 105

instances, such as unmanned control rooms or remote facilities (e.g. SCADA systems

instances, such as unmanned control rooms or remote facilities (e.g. SCADA systems
File : API 1160 (2001) Managing System Integrity for Hazardous Liquid
Pipelines.pdf
Title : 1160.frm
Subject :
Author : Paul
Keywords :

Page: 45

pressures Man/unmanned status Operating procedures Frequency of facility visual


inspections
File : API 1164 (2004) Pipeline SCADA Security.pdf
Title : 1164.fm
Subject :
Author : pburley
Keywords :

Page: 15

intruder detection into unmanned sites such as valve sites, pump station, metering facilities,
etc.

Page: 48

a target, especially unmanned or unguarded remote sites. Conduct a physical security survey
and
physical security. Unmanned remote facility access points needs to have some form of
File : API 1164 (2009) Pipeline SCADA Security.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 23

intruder detection into unmanned sites such as valve sites, pump station, metering facilities,
etc.

Page: 60

a target, especially unmanned or unguarded remote sites. Conduct a physical security survey
and

Page: 61

physical security. Unmanned remote facility access points need to have some form of
File : API 1164 (2010) Pipeline SCADA Security.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 23

intruder detection into unmanned sites such as valve sites, pump station, metering facilities,
etc.

Page: 60

a target, especially unmanned or unguarded remote sites. Conduct a physical security survey
and

Page: 61

physical security. Unmanned remote facility access points need to have some form of
File : API 14FZ (2001) Recommended Practice for Design and Installation of
Electrical Systems Class 1 Zone 0 Zone 1 and Zone 2-noted.pdf
Title : 14FZ.fm.save
Subject :
Author : Audrey
Keywords :

Page: 83

Lights. 9.5.5.1 On unmanned structures where the work area, crane area, and helideck
occupy
File : API 14FZ (2001) Recommended Practice for Design and Installation of
Electrical Systems Class 1 Zone 0 Zone 1 and Zone 2.pdf
Title : 14FZ.fm.save
Subject :
Author : Audrey
Keywords :

Page: 83

Lights. 9.5.5.1 On unmanned structures where the work area, crane area, and helideck
occupy
File : API 14G (2007) Fire Prevention and Control on Open Type Offshore
Production Platforms.pdf
Title : 14G_Ed4.fm
Subject :
Author : WhiteM
Keywords :

Page: 25

per Section 6, unmanned platforms containing production facilities should have a minimum of
one

Page: 26

the case of unmanned platforms, may provide an additional level of fire protection. Manual
File : API 14J (2001) Design and Hazards Analysis for Offshore Production
Facilities.pdf
Title : 14J pages
Subject :
Author : Teresa
Keywords :

Page: 42

intervention for an unmanned facility) needs to be established and will form the basis

Page: 47

facilities, such as unmanned wellhead platforms with minimal processing equipment, the
review should concentrate
facilities, such as unmanned production and processing platforms, the review should
additionally concentrate on

Page: 50

caissons and most unmanned wellhead platforms with minimal process equipment can be
analyzed using

Page: 51

caissons and most unmanned wellhead platforms with minimum process facilities. The
primary concern in

Page: 57

complex from an unmanned platform? Capability to communicate with vessels or shore? 1.


File : API 2510A (1996) Fire-Protection Considerations for the Design and
Operation of LPG Storage Facilities (Hai noted).pdf
Title : 2510A/E2 Text FINAL
Subject :
Author : Teresa
Keywords :

Page: 41

in a remote, unmanned facility. 6.6.7 LEAK CONTROL 6.6.7.1 Water Injection Because LPG is
File : API 2A-LRFD.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

structures that are unmanned or evacuated during the design event and have either a

Page: 8

L-3 = unmanned. Categories for consequences of failure are as follows: L- 1

l~ L-3 Unmanned The unmanned category refers to a platform that is not

3 Unmanned The unmanned category refers to a platform that is not normally manned

be categorized as unmanned in certain conditions (see CommentaryC A.7.la). A.

Page: 12

for example, an unmanned platform with inactive flowlines and all wells plugged and
abandoned)

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Nonevacuated Manned-Evacuated Unmanned High Consequence Low Consequence


CONDITION ASSESSMENT (see Section R.
level ultimate strength Unmanned Consequence analysis loading analysis loading (see Figure
R.6.2-
Manned- Evacuated Consequence Unmanned design level ultimate strength analysis loading
analysis loading (see
of lateral loading Unmanned environmental conditions l m W o n R.62M Consequence

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LeveLl -3, unmanned and low consequence offailure), the platform passes the assessment. 2.

Page: 18

manned, evacuated or unmanned). The full hurricane population applies. The metocean
criteria are provided

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(low consequence/unmanned, that is, minimum consequence). The winter storm population
applies. The

Page: 27
words, manned versus unmanned, andor reassignment of consequence of failure). b.
Mirigation: The action

Page: 31

A.7.l~ Unmanned An occasionally manned platform (for example, manned for only

be classified as unmanned. However, manning for short duration should be scheduled to


minimize

Page: 166

extreme environmental conditions. Unmanned Platform - A platform upon which persons may
be employed
may be considered unmanned for survey purposes. Well-protectors are small jacket
structures with

Page: 167

2. Manned or unmanned platform. 3. Wells (naturally flowing, sour gas, high pressure,

thru 11 thru Unmanned 1 yr. 10yrs. 15 yrs. * Well Protec- 5 thru

Page: 182

years. For an unmanned platform with untypical field developmenet conomics and a
shortened service

Page: 265

topside facilities. 2. Unmanned operations. 3. One to six wells. 4. Drilling and work-
File : API 2A-WSD (2005) Planning, Designing, and Constructing Fixed Offshore
Platforms-Working Stress Design.pdf
Title : 2A-WSD_E21
Subject :
Author : Megan
Keywords :

Page: 13

and living thereon. unmanned platform: A platform upon which persons may be employed at

Page: 19

structures, that are unmanned or evacuated during the design event, and have either a

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L-3 = unmanned Categories for consequences of failure are: L-l = high

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c L-3 Unmanned The unmanned category refers to a platform that is not

3 Unmanned The unmanned category refers to a platform that is not normally manned,

not defined as unmanned and should be classified as manned-nonevacuated or as manned-

be categorized as unmanned in certain conditions (see Commentary C1.7.1c). 1.7.2


Consequence of

Page: 127

for example, an unmanned platform with inactive flowlines and all wells plugged and
abandoned)

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manned evacuated or unmanned as defined in Section 1.7.1. All platforms in water depths

manned evacuated or unmanned as defined in Sections 1.7.1.b and 1.7.1.c, respectively.

platforms are always unmanned as defined in Section 1.7.1c. 17.4 PLATFORM ASSESSMENT
INFORMATION SURVEYS

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Manned-Evacuated Unmanned Consequence of Failure High Consequence Medium


Consequence
Manned- Evacuated or Unmanned Medium Table 17.5.2bASSESSMENT CRITERIAOTHER
U.S. AREAS Is
AREAS Is platform unmanned and low consequence? Figure 17.5.2Platform Assessment
ProcessMetocean Loading
Non-Evacuated or Unmanned Unmanned High Consequence design level analysis loading
(see Figure
Manned- Evacuated or Unmanned Sudden hurricane design level analysis loading (see Figure
17.6.2
see Section 17.6.2b) Unmanned Minimum consequence design level analysis loading (see
Figure 17.6.2

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Level L-3, unmanned and low consequence of failure) the platform passes the assessment.

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is, manned versus unmanned, and/or reassignment of consequence of failure level.


Mitigation: The

Page: 147

C1.7.1c L-3 Unmanned An occasionally manned platform, (for example, manned for only

be classified as Unmanned. However, manning for short duration should be scheduled to


minimize

Page: 252

topside facilities. 2. Unmanned operations. 3. One to six wells. 4. Drilling and work-
File : API 2FPS (2001) Planning-Designing-and-Constructing-Floating-Production-
Systems.pdf
Title : 2FPS2
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 38

Riser Disconnected and Unmanned Less than 5-year return period to be justi
File : API 2L (1996) Planning, Designing, and Constructing Heliports.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

is manned or unmanned and with or without living quarters. d. Helicopter transportation


requirement
File : API 4F (2008) Specification for Drilling and Well Servicing Structures.pdf
Title : www.bzfxw.com
Subject : .
Author :
Keywords : -,,,,
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Page: 41

rig is often unmanned. The following six SSLs are considered possible: SSL E1/

Page: 42

these cases the unmanned SSL may be lower than the higher extreme event. When
File : API 52 (1995) Land Drilling Practices for Protection of the Environment.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 9

field office if unmanned. The plan should be available for on-site review during
File : API 554 (1995) Process Instrumentation and Control.PDF
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 61

equipment should be unmanned, and the workstation should be located in a separate room.
File : API 554-2 (2008) Process Instrumentation and Control.pdf
Title : 554_P2_e1.fm
Subject :
Author : richerp
Keywords :

Page: 21

Refers to an unmanned facility which houses process control systems equipment and other
support

Page: 73

They are considered unmanned enclosures and have different guidelines than a control
center building.
File : API MPMS 17.9 (2005) Vessel Experience Factor (VEF) - IP Hydrocarbon
Management HM49.pdf
Title : 17-9pp3.fm
Subject :
Author : ambrosiust
Keywords :

Page: 16

point location. 7.5.2 Unmanned Barges Of all types of vessels, unmanned barges often allow

types of vessels, unmanned barges often allow for the most significant degree of
inconsistency
File : API MPMS Chapter 6.2.pdf
Title : 6_2_Ed3
Subject :
Author : Megan
Keywords :

Page: 25

capable of supporting unmanned operations at all times. Messages displayed at the loading
rack
File : ASTM F1465-03 Standard Guide for Selection of Security Control
Systems.pdf
Title : F 1465 03
Subject : Guide for Selection of Security Control Systems1
Author : ASTM International (2004) ,files indexed by mero 2006
Keywords :

Page: 30

officers to control unmanned posts remotely, so long as audible and visual communications
are
File : F 1754 97 R04.pdf
Title : F 1754 97 (Reapproved 2004)
Subject : Standard Guide for Marine Vessel Structural Inspection Considerations1
Author : ASTM International (2004) ,files indexed by mero 2006
Keywords :

Page: 3

a miniature undersea, unmanned vehicle. This method also requires filling the tank with
water.
File : F 1754 97.pdf
Title : F 1754 97
Subject : Standard Guide for Marine Vessel Structural Inspection Considerations1
Author : ASTM International (2004) ,files indexed by mero 2006
Keywords :

Page: 3

a miniature undersea, unmanned vehicle. This method also requires filling the tank with
water.
File : GP 06-63 25 October 2006.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 06-63.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 4

the trend towards unmanned platforms and subsea completions. With ever increasing
demand for higher
File : GIS 12-851 4 December 2003.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GIS 12-851.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 7

and alarm for unmanned installations. i. Fuel lines shall be as above or heavy
File : GP 12 01 04 November 2003.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 12-01.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 11

considered unimportant. For unmanned power plants or those where constant operator
intervention would be
File : GP 12 03 28 October 2003.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 12-03.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 13

the set is unmanned or unmonitored in which case trip initiation may be desirable.
File : GP 12-15 3 December 2003.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 12-15.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 14

(for example, unmanned installations) a level higher than this may be appropriate. Many
File : GP 14-02 16 December 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 14-02.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 10

be selected for unmanned or infrequently occupied buildings where the extremes of weather
conditions
File : GP 22 20 31 December 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 22-20.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 30

be manned or unmanned remotely operated. The extent of the damages can be then
File : GP 24-10 12 December 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 24-10.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 46

often in remote unmanned locations. In certain instances, hydrocarbons may be at or above

Page: 47

the computers. For unmanned areas conventional smoke detection may be used connected to
CO2

Page: 52

be considered. At unmanned or only manned part time locations, or when required by


File : GP 24-10 - 24 September 2009.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 45

often in remote unmanned locations. In certain instances, hydrocarbons may be at or above

Page: 46

the computers. For unmanned areas conventional smoke detection may be used connected to
CO2

Page: 51

be considered. At unmanned or only manned part time locations, or when required by


File : GP 24-40 27 July 2006.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 24-40.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 9

is effectively zero. Unmanned location Site where no operator will tour tanks during 12

Page: 17

c. Tanks in unmanned locations shall have fire detection systems. d. Alarm of system

Page: 19

activate them. At unmanned


File : GIS24-233 30 December 2005.PDF
Title : Microsoft Word - GIS 24-233.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 12

system. n. For unmanned installations high pressure fuel lines between the fuel pumps and
File : GP 30-55 December 31 2002.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 30-55.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 5

Manned and Normally Unmanned Offshore Fixed Installations. GP 59-13 Guidance on


Practice for

Page: 10

shutdown. Particularly in unmanned areas, the use of VESDA (very early smoke detection

Page: 24

industry is towards unmanned platforms where limited processing is undertaken.


Downloaded Date: 6/17/

Page: 31

or offshore when unmanned. Consider it also as a complimentary tools for operations of


File : GP 30-85 - 30 Dec 2009.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 25

very smallest normally unmanned facilities, will generally have comprehensive gas detection
coverage. Onshore facilities
File : GP 30-85 10 Nov 2009.pdf
Title : Revised BP Templates
Subject : BP ETP Project
Author : mkallus
Keywords :

Page: 24

very smallest normally unmanned facilities will generally have comprehensive gas detection
coverage. Onshore facilities
File : GP 30-60 07-April-09.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 30 60.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 21

apply for normally unmanned facilities: 1. Access to equipment rooms or other locations
containing
If a normally unmanned equipment room is occupied, control room personnel should be
informed,

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software in normally unmanned areas. 6. A BIOS password should be set. 7. The

Page: 23

pipelines. Class E Unmanned external location (access limited to BP staff). Connected to

station. Class F Unmanned external location (access not limited to BP staff). Not

Page: 37

located in normally unmanned areas should have a screen saver activated that is password
File : GP 30-66 20 August 2002.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 30-66.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 9

Unless facilities are unmanned, ESD shutdown shall require emergency shutdown (ESD) reset
at
File : GP 42-10 7 May 2007.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 42-10.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 47

(iii) On unmanned installations if vibration is anticipated, as specified by BP.


File : GP 43-06 22 May 2006.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-06.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 11

the pipeline. 2. Unmanned terminals and outstations. 3. Manned terminals and outstations.
quality monitoring
File : GP 43-22 7 November 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-22.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 33

valves are typically unmanned and may be either remotely actuated or manually closed. f.
File : GP 43-48 22 May 2006.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-48.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 26

out on remote unmanned sites. 2. Safe driving policies (the geographically dispersed nature

Page: 30

asset with remote unmanned sites. d. Development of technician level staff shall follow a

Page: 38

off at remote unmanned sites. f. Use of land, water, fuels, and energy, and

Page: 52

of remote and unmanned above ground installations. 7. Policy for public disclosure of pipeline
File : GP 43-55 22 December 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-55.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 10

access chambers, or unmanned sites. 11. Natural occurring fires e.g. peat fires. 12.

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more typically at unmanned above ground installations in conjunction with video recording
equipment to
File : GP 43-06 22 May 2006.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-06.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 11

the pipeline. 2. Unmanned terminals and outstations. 3. Manned terminals and outstations.
quality monitoring
File : GP 43-22 7 November 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-22.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 33

valves are typically unmanned and may be either remotely actuated or manually closed. f.
File : GP 43-48 22 May 2006.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-48.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 26

out on remote unmanned sites. 2. Safe driving policies (the geographically dispersed nature

Page: 30

asset with remote unmanned sites. d. Development of technician level staff shall follow a

Page: 38

off at remote unmanned sites. f. Use of land, water, fuels, and energy, and

Page: 52

of remote and unmanned above ground installations. 7. Policy for public disclosure of pipeline
File : GP 43-55 22 December 2005.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 43-55.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 10

access chambers, or unmanned sites. 11. Natural occurring fires e.g. peat fires. 12.

Page: 16

more typically at unmanned above ground installations in conjunction with video recording
equipment to
File : GP 44-32 3 December 2008.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PKTMP015.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 6

P). NUI Normally unmanned installation. OMS Operating management system. POB Personnel
on board. PTW
File : GP 44-25 3 January 2007.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 44-25.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 3

facilities.................................. 17 9.3. Unmanned production platforms


............................................................................... 17 9.4. Onshore gas/condensate
plants................................................................................ 17

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above criteria. 9.3. Unmanned production platforms a. Unmanned platforms should be fitted
with emergency
production platforms a. Unmanned platforms should be fitted with emergency
depressurisation systems if the
fire detection on unmanned platforms shall result in a process shutdown. The
depressurisation should
File : GP 44-32 3 December 2008.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PKTMP015.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 6

P). NUI Normally unmanned installation. OMS Operating management system. POB Personnel
on board. PTW
File : GP 44-40 - 03 September 2009.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 10

place at normally unmanned installations. 5. If equipment is taken out of service for

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includes a normally unmanned site, integrity should be confirmed on first return to that

return to that unmanned site. 6.7. Other mechanical systems a. Movement of machinery 1.
File : GP 44-80 - 11 September 2009.pdf
Title : Relief Disposal Systems
Subject : BP ETP Project
Author : Chuck Stewart
Keywords :

Page: 11

change. NUI Normally unmanned installation. PFD Process flow diagram. P&ID Piping and
instrumentation

Page: 14

manned installations, normally unmanned installations (NUIs) and remote onshore facilities.

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place. b. Normally unmanned installations 1. Normally unmanned installations (NUIs) should


be equipped
installations 1. Normally unmanned installations (NUIs) should be equipped with emergency
depressurisation systems
gas detection on unmanned platforms shall result in a process shutdown. a) The
depressurisation
File : GP 44-80 - 30 Dec 2009.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 11

change. NUI Normally unmanned installation. P&ID Piping and instrumentation diagram. PHA
Process hazard

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gas detection on unmanned platforms shall result in a PSD as follows: 1. Depressurisation


File : GP 44-15 14 August 2007.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 44-15.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 5

manned and normally unmanned installations (NUI), including facilities to support drilling
equipment. 3.

Page: 10

drilling. NUI Normally unmanned installation. PA Public address. PDQ Production, drilling, and
quarters. PPE

Page: 13

manned and normally unmanned platforms. This includes work areas, accommodations, and
recreation areas. 3.
File : GP 44-65 12 March 2009.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 44-65 12 March 2009.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 11

For pumps in unmanned areas to be considered as having enhanced integrity, there must
File : GP 44-65 8 January 2007.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 44-65.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 10

For pumps in unmanned areas to be considered as having enhanced integrity, there must
File : GP 48-04 5 June 2008.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 48-04.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 29

not limited to: Unmanned facilities. Try for possible unmanned or not normally manned
facility.
Try for possible unmanned or not normally manned facility. Design for minimum staff but
File : GP 48-50 5 June 2008.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GP 48-50.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 65

comprising several small unmanned remote satellites, with the manned complexes consisting
of a number

Page: 67

not have many unmanned platforms as compared with the UK North Sea, only manned

of manned to unmanned platforms as the UK North Sea, the unmanned platforms should

North Sea, the unmanned platforms should be accounted for. d) Unmanned platforms can
often
accounted for. d) Unmanned platforms can often be deemed less significant from a societal/

risk perspective. e) Unmanned platforms can still pose a significant risk to visitors to
File : GP 65-05 - 18 Mar 2010.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 6

of failure and unmanned structures with a medium consequence of failure. 1. Manned


evacuated
of failure and unmanned structures with a medium consequence of failure shall be designed

extreme event. c. Unmanned structures with a low consequence of failure shall be designed
File : GP 65-65 - 20 april 2010.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 27

TER should be unmanned in normal operation but with sufficient space for hook-up,
File : GIS 65-241 14 Nov 2007.PDF
Title : Microsoft Word - GIS 65-241.doc
Subject :
Author : 064546
Keywords :

Page: 14

and S3 (unmanned) platforms carry some higher risk than S1 (manned) platforms.

manned) platforms. b. Unmanned platforms may also be more difficult to repair because of
File : GP 65-20 - 28 April, 2010.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 12

manned-evacuated and unmanned floating structures since these can carry higher risks than
manned
File : GP 65-40 - 13 May 2010.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 13

whilst in the unmanned condition. e. The design of marine systems should aim to
File : 16_9_1.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author : Kay Bonsall
Keywords :

Page: 1

to 60 unmanned, and down to 20 when manned, two carbide tip


File : 3_3_1.pdf
Title : Emergency Isolation
Subject : Site Technical Practices
Author : Gerrit Buchheim
Keywords : 0.0

Page: 10

example, for remote unmanned facilities), PHA shall be performed. Given that a Type 4
File : GS112-12.PDF
Title : GS112-12 - REQUIREMENTS FOR FLAME RETARDANT AND FIRE
RESISTANT CABLES
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 13

e.g. on unmanned installations) this may not be a requirement. Many manufacturers now
File : GS124-2.PDF
Title : GS124-2 - DIRECT DIESEL ENGINE DRIVEN FIRE WATER PUMPS FOR
OFFSHORE USE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 14

system. 3.4.6 For unmanned installations high pressure fuel lines between the fuel pumps
and
File : GS124-3.PDF
Title : GS124-3 - ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVEN FIRE WATER PUMPS FOR
OFFSHORE USE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 15

system. 3.4.6 For unmanned installations high pressure fuel lines between the fuel pumps
and
File : GS124-4.PDF
Title : GS124-4 - HYDRAULIC MOTOR DRIVEN FIRE WATER PUMPS FOR
OFFSHORE USE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 14

system. 3.4.6 For unmanned installations high pressure fuel lines between the fuel pumps
and
File : GS130-12.PDF
Title : GS130-12 - SUPPLY OF WELLHEAD CONTROL SYSTEMS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 9

unless facilities are unmanned and consequential leakage due to failure of connections on
start
unless facilities are unmanned. Shutdown level requirements need to be detailed by the
purchaser,
File : RP42-1.PDF
Title : RP 42-1 - PIPING SYSTEMS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 60

(iii) on unmanned installations where vibration is anticipated, as specified by BP. (


File : RP12-3.PDF
Title : RP12-3 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND INSTALLATIONS - POWER SYSTEM
DESIGN
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 21

mains frequency.) For unmanned power plants or for those where constant operator
intervention would
File : RP12-4.PDF
Title : RP12-4 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND INSTALLATIONS - POWER SYSTEM
PROTECTION AND CONTROL
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 16

the set is unmanned or unmonitored in which case trip initiation may be desirable.
File : RP14-2.PDF
Title : RP 14-2 - HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING - ONSHORE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 11

be selected for unmanned or infrequently occupied buildings where the extremes of weather
conditions

Page: 32

infrequently occupied - unmanned (h) Economics - type of system - control -


File : RP24-1.PDF
Title : RP24-1 - FIRE PROTECTION - ONSHORE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 50

often in remote unmanned locations. In certain instances, hydrocarbons may be at or above

Page: 52

the computers. For unmanned areas conventional smoke detection may be used connected to
CO2

Page: 59

be considered. At unmanned or only manned part time locations, or when required by


File : RP24-2.PDF
Title : RP24-2 - FIRE PROTECTION - OFFSHORE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 114

only required for unmanned areas where loss of the protected system would directly cause
File : RP30-1.PDF
Title : RP30-1 - INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL - DESIGN AND PRACTICE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 16

redundancy) for an unmanned facility (e.g. to an unmanned offshore production platform).

g. to an unmanned offshore production platform). Care needs to be taken to ensure

Page: 98

(c) Local, unmanned control room. (d) Equipment room. (e) Computer room.

Page: 99

be reduced in unmanned, or infrequently manned control centres, or in relation to the

Page: 102

and protection at unmanned buildings or rooms, particularly where expensive equipment is


located or
File : RP30-2.pdf
Title : RP 30-2 - INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SELECTION AND USE OF
MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 104

(i.e. unmanned) it may be necessary to include a DP switch with

Page: 160

facilities platform is unmanned and continues production, there is likely to be a requirement


File : RP30-5.PDF
Title : RP30-5 - INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL - SELECTION AND USE OF
EQUIPMENT FOR INSTRUMENT PROTECTION SYSTEMS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 38

(e.g. unmanned installations). An alarm indication shall override fault indication. At the

Page: 39

station or, for unmanned installations, a remote operations centre. The display and operator
interfaces

Page: 45

data processing areas, unmanned instrument equipment rooms. RP 30-5


INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL -
File : RP32-4.PDF
Title : RP 32-4 - INSPECTION & TESTING OF IN-SERVICE CIVIL AND
MECHANICAL PLANT - TECHNICAL GUIDANCE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 143

a manned or unmanned underwater vehicle. This technique provides general information on


the platform
File : RP42-1.PDF
Title : RP 42-1 - PIPING SYSTEMS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 60

(iii) on unmanned installations where vibration is anticipated, as specified by BP. (


File : RP44-13.PDF
Title : RP44-13 - FIRE PROTECTION FOR POLYETHYLENE PELLET WAREHOUSES
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 11

partly or wholly unmanned or where effective manual fire response is unavailable, the system
File : RP44-6.PDF
Title : RP44-6 - AREA CLASSIFICATION TO IP 15
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 19

For pumps in unmanned areas to be considered as having enhanced integrity, there must
File : RP48-1.PDF
Title : RP48-1 - PROJECT HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEWS
(PHSER) PROCEDURES
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 56

noise; security of unmanned plant if local manning reduced - Detection/treatment of leaks,


File : RP59-11.PDF
Title : RP 59-11 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
PRACTICE FOR TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS ON MANNED OFFSHORE
FIXED INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 8

Telecommunication practice for unmanned or not normally manned offshore installations (c)
Telecommunication practice
File : RP59-2.PDF
Title : RP59-2 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS - SELECTION OF NETWORK
COMMUNICATIONS FOR MANNED OFFSHORE FIXED INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 6

Telecommunication Systems for unmanned or not normally manned offshore installations (c)
Telecommunication Systems
File : RP59-3.PDF
Title : RP59-3 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS - SELECTION OF SHIPPING AND
AERONAUTICAL COMMUNICATIONS FOR MANNED OFFSHORE FIXED
INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 7

Telecommunication Systems for unmanned or not normally manned offshore installations. (c)
Telecommunication Systems
File : RP59-4.PDF
Title : RP59-4 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS - SELECTION OF ON-PLATFORM
COMMUNICATIONS FOR MANNED OFFSHORE FIXED INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 7

Telecommunication Systems for unmanned or not normally manned offshore installations (c)
Telecommunication Systems

Page: 48

are to monitor unmanned machinery, critical equipment and critical operations. A CCTV
system may
File : RP59-5.PDF
Title : RP59-5 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS - SELECTION OF EMERGENCY
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS FOR MANNED OFFSHORE FIXED
INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 7

Telecommunication Systems for unmanned or not normally manned offshore installations (c)
Telecommunication Systems
File : RP59-6.PDF
Title : RP59-6 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS - SELECTION OF
TELECOMMUNICATIONS POWER SUPPLIES FOR MANNED OFFSHORE
FIXED INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 6

Supply Systems for unmanned or not normally manned offshore installations (c)
Telecommunication Power
File : RP59-9.PDF
Title : RP 59-9 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS SELECTION OF TELECOMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS FOR OIL/GAS TERMINALS, PROCESS PLANTS, REFINERIES AND
CHEMICAL PLANTS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 58

is to monitor unmanned machinery, critical equipment and critical operations. A CCTV system
may
File : BS 7273-3-2008 Code of practice for the operation of fire protection
measurement- Electrical actuation of pre-action watermist and
sprinkler.pdf
Title : untitled
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 18

control centre). For unmanned buildings, it might be necessary for these signals to be
File : BS EN 1473-2007 Installation and.pdf
Title : untitled
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 70

in hazardous and unmanned areas. Under abnormal circumstances the operator should have
the ability
File : BS EN 50136-2-3-1998 - Alarm transmission systems - equipment used in
systems with digital equipment.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 5

is a normally unmanned connection point to which one or several alarm transceivers are
File : Car Park IstructE.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 58

will normally be unmanned. If possible, the car park should be designed so that
File : PartCVol01_SI-noted.pdf
Title : PartCVol01.book
Subject :
Author : klazerat
Keywords :

Page: 119

(A) in unmanned machinery spaces and not more than 90 dB (A)


File : PartCVol01_SI.pdf
Title : PartCVol01.book
Subject :
Author : klazerat
Keywords :

Page: 119

(A) in unmanned machinery spaces and not more than 90 dB (A)


File : Chevron FRS-DU-5057-B.pdf
Title : FRS-DU-5057-B Overpressure Protection
Subject :
Author : Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
Keywords :

Page: 74

in a remote unmanned facility without automatic water deluge, heat input rate determined by
File : cpm1700_.pdf
Title : cpm1700
Subject :
Author : Brian Jack
Keywords :

Page: 16

Manned, remotely controlled unmanned vehicles and passive towed vehicles have been used.
The manned
recording equipment. The unmanned vehicle is towed by a surface vessel and connected to
File : fpm2000_.pdf
Title : FPM2000 - Process Equipment
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 8

operators, especially at unmanned facilities. An exception to this are remote, single-well


producing
File : fpm2200_.pdf
Title : FPM2200 - Computer and Digital Instrument Installations
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 6

only in small unmanned buildings or equipment enclosures (e.g. combustion gas turbine
File : fpm3100_.pdf
Title : fpm3100 - Offshore Producing and Drilling
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman
Keywords :

Page: 1

for manned and unmanned offshore facilities, and fixed and mobile drilling rigs and vessels.

Page: 15

value on essentially unmanned platforms. More fire suppression is required for facilities
with

Page: 16

9. CO2 for unmanned areas only (e.g. turbine/compressor equipment enclosures), Halon

either manned or unmanned enclosed areas. 10. Table provides basic guidelines. Various
designs and

Page: 24

be installed at unmanned facilities such as well jackets, provided personnel take a 30-
File : fpm3700_.pdf
Title : FPM3700 - Compressor and Pump Stations and Pipelines
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 8

Fire Protection Remote Unmanned Pumping Stations Typically, these stations are small,
consisting of two
File : fpm400__.pdf
Title : FPM400 - Emergency Response Organization
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 21

the terminal is unmanned at the time of the fire, the fire department takes

Page: 22

the terminal is unmanned and a 911 call is received. Major Objectives Isolate

Page: 24

If terminal is unmanned at the time of the fire, the fire department performs
File : fpm50___.pdf
Title : FPM50 - Using this Manual
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 6

for manned and unmanned offshore facilities, and fixed and mobile drilling rigs and vessels.
File : fpmappg_.pdf
Title : FPMAPPG - Fire Protection Guidelines for New Projects
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 68

additional details. In unmanned facilities, automatic activation of water sprays is


recommended. Consider using
File : icm1100_.pdf
Title : ICM1100 - Control Room Design
Subject :
Author : M.S. (Mike) Shigemura
Keywords :

Page: 3

be manned or unmanned. The manned local control room may be occupied 24 hours

it maintains. The unmanned control room contains control equipment that allows local
monitoring and
will visit the unmanned local control room occasionally to perform maintenance checks or to

Page: 5

2. Manned or unmanned 3. Type of communications available 1143 Central Control Room


Prerequisite

Page: 10

the control room. Unmanned control rooms should provide telephone or page-party
communications for
personnel. If the unmanned control room is entirely automated, a supervisory control and
data

Page: 11

In a local unmanned control room, windows should be kept to a minimum. Unless

Page: 23

be manned or unmanned, depending on the application. Usually, the local control room will

design of an unmanned local control room. However, for a number of reasons (

maintenance personnel), some unmanned local control rooms should be designed so they can
be

Page: 25

one.) 1. Local Unmanned _______ 2. Local Manned _______ 3. Central _______ B.


CONTROL
File : icm1300_.pdf
Title : icm1300 - Process Alarm and Shutdown Systems
Subject :
Author : M. (Mike) Shigemura
Keywords :

Page: 20

location, isolated from unmanned pumping or compressor stations Fuel gas line(s) to
File : ppl500__.pdf
Title : PPL500 - SCADA Systems
Subject :
Author : F.J. Hsiu (sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 3

may be in unmanned, isolated locations, hundreds of miles away from the operator or
File : ppl900__.pdf
Title : ppl900 - Offshore
Subject :
Author : G.B. Kohut
Keywords :

Page: 121

injection pipelines on unmanned platforms need only be equipped with an FSV installed
immediately
File : tam900__.pdf
Title : Tam900__.pdf - Instrumentation/Measurement
Subject :
Author : William Johnston
Keywords :

Page: 37

tank manned or unmanned?Chevron Corporation 900-37 July 2000


File : utl500__.pdf
Title : UTL500 - Utility Gases
Subject :
Author : N.G. (Nick) Brancaccio (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 25

monitored facilities. For unmanned facilities, greater reserve is needed. Verify requirements.)
Chevron Corporation 500-
File : CPM1700 CP Measurements and Testing.pdf
Title : cpm1700
Subject :
Author : Brian Jack
Keywords :

Page: 16

Manned, remotely controlled unmanned vehicles and passive towed vehicles have been used.
The manned
recording equipment. The unmanned vehicle is towed by a surface vessel and connected to
File : FPM2000 Process Equipment.pdf
Title : FPM2000 - Process Equipment
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 8

operators, especially at unmanned facilities. An exception to this are remote, single-well


producing
File : FPM2200 Computer and Digital Instrument Installations.pdf
Title : FPM2200 - Computer and Digital Instrument Installations
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 6

only in small unmanned buildings or equipment enclosures (e.g. combustion gas turbine
File : FPM3100 Offshore Producing and Drilling Facilities.pdf
Title : fpm3100 - Offshore Producing and Drilling
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman
Keywords :

Page: 1

for manned and unmanned offshore facilities, and fixed and mobile drilling rigs and vessels.

Page: 15

value on essentially unmanned platforms. More fire suppression is required for facilities
with

Page: 16

9. CO2 for unmanned areas only (e.g. turbine/compressor equipment enclosures), Halon

either manned or unmanned enclosed areas. 10. Table provides basic guidelines. Various
designs and

Page: 24

be installed at unmanned facilities such as well jackets, provided personnel take a 30-
File : FPM3700 Compressor and Pump Stations and Pipelines.pdf
Title : FPM3700 - Compressor and Pump Stations and Pipelines
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 8

Fire Protection Remote Unmanned Pumping Stations Typically, these stations are small,
consisting of two
File : FPM400 Emergency Response Organization.pdf
Title : FPM400 - Emergency Response Organization
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 21

the terminal is unmanned at the time of the fire, the fire department takes

Page: 22

the terminal is unmanned and a 911 call is received. Major Objectives Isolate

Page: 24

If terminal is unmanned at the time of the fire, the fire department performs
File : FPMAPPG Fire Protection Guidelines for New Projects (Hai noted).pdf
Title : FPMAPPG - Fire Protection Guidelines for New Projects
Subject :
Author : R.B. Hartman (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 68

additional details. In unmanned facilities, automatic activation of water sprays is


recommended. Consider using
File : ICM1100 Control Room Design (Hai noted).pdf
Title : ICM1100 - Control Room Design
Subject :
Author : M.S. (Mike) Shigemura
Keywords :

Page: 3

be manned or unmanned. The manned local control room may be occupied 24 hours

it maintains. The unmanned control room contains control equipment that allows local
monitoring and
will visit the unmanned local control room occasionally to perform maintenance checks or to

Page: 5

2. Manned or unmanned 3. Type of communications available 1143 Central Control Room


Prerequisite

Page: 10

the control room. Unmanned control rooms should provide telephone or page-party
communications for
personnel. If the unmanned control room is entirely automated, a supervisory control and
data

Page: 11

In a local unmanned control room, windows should be kept to a minimum. Unless

Page: 23

be manned or unmanned, depending on the application. Usually, the local control room will

design of an unmanned local control room. However, for a number of reasons (

maintenance personnel), some unmanned local control rooms should be designed so they can
be

Page: 25

one.) 1. Local Unmanned _______ 2. Local Manned _______ 3. Central _______ B.


CONTROL
File : ICM1100 Control Room Design.pdf
Title : ICM1100 - Control Room Design
Subject :
Author : M.S. (Mike) Shigemura
Keywords :

Page: 3

be manned or unmanned. The manned local control room may be occupied 24 hours

it maintains. The unmanned control room contains control equipment that allows local
monitoring and
will visit the unmanned local control room occasionally to perform maintenance checks or to

Page: 5

2. Manned or unmanned 3. Type of communications available 1143 Central Control Room


Prerequisite

Page: 10

the control room. Unmanned control rooms should provide telephone or page-party
communications for
personnel. If the unmanned control room is entirely automated, a supervisory control and
data

Page: 11

In a local unmanned control room, windows should be kept to a minimum. Unless

Page: 23

be manned or unmanned, depending on the application. Usually, the local control room will

design of an unmanned local control room. However, for a number of reasons (

maintenance personnel), some unmanned local control rooms should be designed so they can
be

Page: 25

one.) 1. Local Unmanned _______ 2. Local Manned _______ 3. Central _______ B.


CONTROL
File : ICM1300 Process Alarm and Shutdown Systems.pdf
Title : icm1300 - Process Alarm and Shutdown Systems
Subject :
Author : M. (Mike) Shigemura
Keywords :

Page: 20

location, isolated from unmanned pumping or compressor stations Fuel gas line(s) to
File : PPL500 SCADA Systems.pdf
Title : PPL500 - SCADA Systems
Subject :
Author : F.J. Hsiu (sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 3

may be in unmanned, isolated locations, hundreds of miles away from the operator or
File : PPL900 Offshore.pdf
Title : ppl900 - Offshore
Subject :
Author : G.B. Kohut
Keywords :

Page: 121

injection pipelines on unmanned platforms need only be equipped with an FSV installed
immediately
File : 900 Instrumentation Measurement .pdf
Title : Tam900__.pdf - Instrumentation/Measurement
Subject :
Author : William Johnston
Keywords :

Page: 37

tank manned or unmanned?Chevron Corporation 900-37 July 2000


File : UTL500 Utility Gases.pdf
Title : UTL500 - Utility Gases
Subject :
Author : N.G. (Nick) Brancaccio (Sponsor)
Keywords :

Page: 25

monitored facilities. For unmanned facilities, greater reserve is needed. Verify requirements.)
Chevron Corporation 500-
File : Responsible.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 32

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/7.4) Statutory


File : Rec.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 1493

bridge for an unmanned ER. The time it takes for the influx of water
File : UILL.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 56

intact deck for unmanned barges, thereby allowing for a 25% reduction in freeboard,
provided
File : UISC.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 11

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces Reg. II-2/7.4 Rev.2 Nov 2005

Page: 102

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/7.4) This requirement applies

Page: 192

the Administration, an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment
of the

Page: 239

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the
File : URD.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 48

located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and not provided with
File : URI.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 24

of periodically unmanned machinery spaces with respect to fire safety. Any automation
plant
File : REC100.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 1

bridge for an unmanned ER. The time it takes for the influx of water
File : UI LL42 Rev1.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 1

intact deck for unmanned barges, thereby allowing for a 25% reduction in freeboard,
provided
File : UI SC129Rev2.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 1

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/7.4) This requirement applies
File : UI SC190.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

the Administration, an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment
of the
File : UI SC191Corr1.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the
File : UR D9Rev3.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 3

located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and not provided with
File : URI3Corr1CLN.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 1

of periodically unmanned machinery spaces with respect to fire safety. Any automation
plant
File : PReqsUL.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 1099

- if operating unmanned, confirm engineroom/bridge changeover responsibility, verifying


required safety checks and

Page: 1218

- if operating unmanned, confirm engineroom/bridge changeover responsibility, verifying


required safety checks and

Page: 1340

- if operating unmanned, confirm engineroom/bridge changeover responsibility, verifying


required safety checks and

Page: 1505

- if operating unmanned, confirm engineroom/bridge changeover responsibility, verifying


required safety checks and

Page: 1623

- if operating unmanned, confirm engineroom/bridge changeover responsibility, verifying


required safety checks and

Page: 1741

- if operating unmanned, confirm engineroom/bridge changeover responsibility, verifying


required safety checks and
File : UILL.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 83

intact deck for unmanned barges, thereby allowing for a 25% reduction in freeboard,
provided

Page: 95

intact deck for unmanned barges, thereby allowing for a 25% reduction in freeboard,
provided
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Page: 134

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/14) This requirement applies

Page: 369

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the

Page: 404

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the

Page: 429

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the

Page: 456

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the

Page: 500

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the

Page: 544

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the

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Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/14) (Reg. II-


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located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and not provided with
File : URIUL.pdf
Title :
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Author :
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Page: 66

of periodically unmanned machinery spaces with respect to fire safety. Any automation
plant

Page: 84

of periodically unmanned machinery spaces with respect to fire safety. Any automation
plant
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Title :
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 42

engines intended for unmanned machinery the high pressure fuel oil injection piping is to
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Author :
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Page: 1494

bridge for an unmanned ER. The time it takes for the influx of water
File : UILL.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 56

intact deck for unmanned barges, thereby allowing for a 25% reduction in freeboard,
provided
File : UISC.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 11

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces Reg. II-2/7.4 Rev.2 Nov 2005

Page: 102

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/7.4) This requirement applies

Page: 192

the Administration, an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment
of the

Page: 239

such as an unmanned robot arm, ROVs and dirigibles with necessary equipment of the
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Page: 48

located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and not provided with
File : URI.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 24

of periodically unmanned machinery spaces with respect to fire safety. Any automation
plant
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Title : UI"s TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 223

Fire Detection in Unmanned Machinery Spaces (Reg. II-2/7.4) Rev.2 Nov


File : TB4.pdf
Title :
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Page: 44

bridge for an unmanned ER. The time it takes for the influx of water
File : CAP 437 (2013).pdf
Title : CAP 437 - Standards for Offshore Helicopter Landing Areas
Subject : Helicopter Landing Areas
Author : Flight Operations
Keywords : Rotorcraft, helideck, heliport, ship, wind turbine, winching, meteorological

Page: 131

NUI, which is unmanned for at least the first and last flight of the
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Page: 70

rack stores unmanned gangways 20 40 3, 4 Automatic high rack stores


File : Code of safe working practises 2006.pdf
Title : Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 18

15.8 Boilers 15.9 Unmanned machinery spaces 15.10 Refrigeration machinery Chapter 16
Permit to work

Page: 179

is removed. 15.9 Unmanned machinery spaces 15.9.1 Personnel should never enter or
remain in
remain in an unmanned machinery space alone, unless they have received permission from,
or

Page: 180

personnel working in unmanned machinery spaces should be clearly displayed at all


entrances to
given that in unmanned machinery spaces there is a likelihood of machinery suddenly
starting
starting up. 15.9.4 Unmanned machinery spaces should be adequately illuminated at all
times. 15.9.5

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Work in Unmanned Machinery Spaces 16.1.2 Entry into Enclosed or Confined Space

Page: 186

WORK IN UNMANNED MACHINERY SPACES Note (i): The Authorising Officer should
indicate

Page: 443

fire precautions 9.5 unmanned 15.9 Main Switchboards 22.12 Making fast 25.3 Malaria
12.2.5 Manual
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Author : DSTAN
Keywords :

Page: 29

is not required, unmanned electrical compartments, main and large auxiliary machinery
spaces, compartment temperature
Galleys, etc., and unmanned electrical compartments, the space temperature restricted to
10C above

Page: 65

These spaces, where unmanned, are to be maintained at a minimum DB temperature of

Page: 67

stores, workshops and unmanned compartments. 55

Page: 68

stepped switching. In unmanned spaces a manual ON/OFF switch and a high temperature

valves but in unmanned compartments thermostatic control is to be provided. 12.10 Trunk


Mounted

Page: 103

that serve normally unmanned spaces inside and outside of citadel boundaries unless trunk
mounted
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Page: 149

35 LTVES2 Unmanned Light Vessel....D3-35 MARINA Boat Harbor Marina ........


File : EEMUA 191 Alarm Systems - A Guide to Design, Management and
Procurement - Edition 2.pdf
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Author : EEMUA
Keywords :

Page: 174

control room is unmanned?; how is information passed on and to whom?;


File : EEMUA Publication 191 Alarm Systems - A Guide to Design, Management
and Procurement - Edition 2.pdf
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Subject :
Author : EEMUA
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Page: 174

control room is unmanned?; how is information passed on and to whom?;


File : 040301h.pdf
Title : IP 4-3-1H Plant Buildings for Operation and Storage
Subject : IP 4-3-1
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Keywords : IP, 4-3-1, Plant, Buildings, Operation, Storage, June 1999

Page: 2

[H] 7.17 Unmanned locations should be protected from accidental or deliberate damage. S
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Author : Civil for IP 4-3-1
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that they are unmanned and subject to break-in. In those cases, doors to
File : Process Std 1004.pdf
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Author : nazmima
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Page: 29

cubicle will be unmanned, and day-to-day monitoring and control will be carried
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Subject :
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Page: 216

January 1975, and unmanned aerial vehicles. PART II Chapter 2 Austrian noise certification
standard
File : Std-214 Cross Country LPG Pipelines.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - STD-214.doc
Subject :
Author : Sumit1
Keywords :

Page: 28

system. Security at unmanned valve stations shall be trained to deal with communication in
File : Std-226 Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines and City Gas Distribution
Networks.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - STD-226.doc
Subject :
Author : Sumit1
Keywords :

Page: 42

system. Security at unmanned station shall be trained to deal with communication and
emergency
File : Std-231 Sucker Rod Pumping Units.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Std-231.doc
Subject :
Author : Administrator
Keywords :

Page: 6

are normally operated unmanned and at times in remote areas. A sketch of a


File : GDN-186 Simultaneous Operations in Exploration & Production
Industry.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Std-186.doc
Subject :
Author : Sumit1
Keywords :

Page: 18

job on an unmanned well platform like wireline, cased hole logging, coiled tubing unit
File : GDN-193 Guidelines for Gas Lift Operations and Maintenance.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - STD-193 .doc
Subject :
Author : Sumit1
Keywords :

Page: 17

installation is usually unmanned and main hazard is that due to fire, the other
File : Std-183 Standard on Logging Operations .pdf
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Subject :
Author : Sumit1
Keywords :

Page: 16

21. At any unmanned railway crossing or high way crossing the vehicle must be

Page: 37

all equipment on unmanned platform. q Inspect the mast and its telescoping mechanism
before
carried out on unmanned platforms. q No operation shall be carried out on unmanned

carried out on unmanned platform during night. q Life jackets must be used while

back overnight on unmanned platform except under emergency situations

Page: 38

for job on unmanned platform. 6.5 SAFETY DURING WIRELINE OPERATIONS 6.5.1 GENERAL
qA
equipment on an unmanned well site , the Logging party chief is responsible for

Page: 43

wells particularly on unmanned wells , a fire tender shall be deployed .


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Page: 16

21. At any unmanned railway crossing or high way crossing the vehicle must be
File : Std-163 Safety of Control Room for Hydrocarbon Industry.pdf
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Author : Sumit1
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Page: 18

for pipelines are unmanned and hence not considered as control room. In these locations
File : GDN-192 Safety Practices During Construction.pdf
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Subject :
Author : Administrator
Keywords :

Page: 31

of wells at unmanned platforms (through RPMC). viii) Local ESD/FSD (near


File : Std-116 Fire Protection facilities for Petroleum Refineries and OilGas
Processing Plants.pdf
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Subject :
Author : gulati
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Page: 30

Record room - Unmanned electric substations / MCC rooms - Cable galleries - Chemical
File : Std-156 Fire Protection Facilities for Ports Handling Hydrocarbons.pdf
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Subject :
Author : Sumit1
Keywords :

Page: 24

control rooms - Unmanned electric substations / MCC rooms


File : NSS 1740.12 SAFETY STANDARD FOR EXPLOSIVES, PROPELLANTS, AND
PYROTECHNICS.pdf
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Subject :
Author : Unknown
Keywords :

Page: 36

69 kV) and unmanned electrical substations will be no closer to explosives exposures than
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Page: 15

and are normally unmanned. Although it is preferred that they be located in non-

Page: 16

substations are normally unmanned; they should not be provided with fresh air ventilation
units.
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Subject :
Author : Charles Vasut
Keywords :

Page: 34

bund walls. In unmanned depots or depots left unattended at weekends where there is
File : 34191030.pdf
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Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 47

live loads. For unmanned minimum facilities, the cellar deck uniformly distributed live loads
maybe
File : 37191021.pdf
Title : PTS 37.19.10.21
Subject : Design For Offshore Steel Structures Exposed To Accidental Loads
Author : PETRONAS
Keywords :

Page: 89

normally will be unmanned. However, the pollution aspect is present, as well as potential
File : 37191031.pdf
Title : PTS 37.19.10.31 Helidecks On Fixed and Mobile Offshore Installations
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 17

OPERATIONS 21 12 UNMANNED INSTALLATIONS 21

Page: 33

landing nets on Unmanned Installations may only be given if procedures are in place

Page: 37

Chapter 10. 12 UNMANNED INSTALLATIONS 12.1 The National Aviation Authority provides
guidance for helicopter
to land on unmanned installations. The National Aviation Authority will also provide such
guidance
major problem for Unmanned Installations. Associated problems concern the health hazard
on board; degradation
the condition of Unmanned Installations helidecks and advise the owner/operator before
marking and
quickly become obliterated. Unmanned helidecks should be monitored continuously for signs
of degradation of
landing net on unmanned helidecks is not normally a viable option unless effective
preventative

Page: 50

the case of Unmanned Installations, do not require a helicopter to land on the

Page: 52

MEDIA 4 5 UNMANNED INSTALLATION 5 6 THE MANAGEMENT OF EXTINGUISHING MEDIA


STOCKS 6

Page: 56

manufacturers recommendations. 5 UNMANNED INSTALLATIONS 5.1 In the case of


Unmanned Helidecks, serious consideration
the case of Unmanned Helidecks, serious consideration should be given to the selection and

Page: 57

2012 5.2 For Unmanned Helidecks the National Aviation Authority may also consider other
5.3 DIFFS on Unmanned Helidecks should be integrated with platform safety systems such
that

provided on an Unmanned Helideck needs to consider the eventuality that one or more

located on an Unmanned Helideck. 5.4 For Normally Unmanned lnstallations without


adequate power supply,
5.4 For Normally Unmanned lnstallations without adequate power supply, a passive
fireretarding system represents
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Page: 27

failure than an unmanned wellhead platform. The consequence category to be assigned to a

Page: 43

reported; however, for unmanned platforms, incidents will sometimes not be noted or
reported. Thus,
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Page: 72

that, for normally unmanned installations, a central uninterrupted maintained power supply
should be provided
File : 33651132.pdf
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Subject :
Author : Registered User
Keywords :

Page: 12

specified levels. For unmanned/remote platform, the noise level is not critical. Standard
manufacturers
File : 603308.pdf
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Subject :
Author : KHARISA
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Page: 16

in remote or unmanned facilities) review maintenance procedures to ensure that every


measure
File : 603310.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author : SUHAILO
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Page: 24

this technology to unmanned areas. Table 7 below shows a comparison between alternative
technologies
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Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

like manned or unmanned operations are carefully thought out. Performing a task allocation
can
File : 600104.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0104 Concept Selection.DOC
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 7

e.g. specifying unmanned rather than manned facilities, placing processing facilities onshore
rather
File : 600107.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0107 Design.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 10

e.g. specifying unmanned (rather than manned) facilities, placing processing facilities
onshore rather

Page: 80

the CC. For unmanned stations or platforms, a remote CC is acceptable, with information

Page: 85

both manned and unmanned facilities shall include a first trip indicator to show and
File : 600110.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0110 Logistics.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 73

of helidecks, particularly unmanned facilities in tropical climates D firefighting and crash


equipment D

Page: 78

and heliports D unmanned landing strips and heliports D unmanned helidecks Search and
Rescue
and heliports D unmanned helidecks Search and Rescue (SAR) The principal issues to
File : 600401.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0401 Hazards And Effects Management Process.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 93

processing, manned versus unmanned facilities, platform versus subsea installation, location
and operating strategy of
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Subject :
Author : Herman Knoops
Keywords :

Page: 11

ideally suited for unmanned or remote installations where early intervention or operator
conformation is

Page: 13

OFFSHORE FACILITIES 2.2.1 Unmanned Stations Minimum requirements for fire and gas
detection and protection
protection system for unmanned stations are stipulated in Table 1. 2.2.2 Manned Oil Stations

both manned and unmanned platforms, if two or more gas detectors are activated within

Page: 14

PROTECTION SYSTEMS FOR UNMANNED PLATFORMS AREA DETECTION METHODS FIXED


CONTROL AND EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS HAND,

Page: 21

and lifeline. 2.2.7.2 Unmanned Installation The following equipment shall be provided on all
helidecks
all helidecks at unmanned platforms: Fire Fighting Equipment (1) Two non-CFC based

Rescue Equipment For unmanned installation the following rescue equipment are provided
and-contained in
File : 32310032.pdf
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Subject :
Author : Herman Knoops
Keywords :

Page: 25

offshore platforms, particularly unmanned platforms. The design shall ensure that the
instrument system is
File : 32372010.pdf
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Subject :
Author : liew.jo.lynn
Keywords :

Page: 15

offshore platforms, particularly unmanned platforms. The design shall ensure that the
instrument system is

Page: 49

offshore platforms, particularly unmanned platforms. The design shall ensure that the
instrument system is
File : 32710012.pdf
Title : MANUAL
Subject :
Author : Herman Knoops
Keywords :

Page: 6

living thereon. An unmanned platform is a facility which does not bridged to living

Page: 17

the platform is unmanned. Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not
required PABX
Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not required PABX Required
Not required Platform
shore Required Required Unmanned platforms cover a range of technical complexity from
single wellhead
make visits to unmanned platforms shall be equipped with portable radios for communication
with
OPERATIONAL SERVICES The unmanned platform may either be operated from the shore, or
from
requirements for the unmanned platform are likely to be the same in both cases.

Page: 18

mother platform) An unmanned platform shall be provided with fully automatic local control
and

Page: 19

normal practice for unmanned platforms is to leave the platform unattended and unmanned
for
platform unattended and unmanned for the majority of the time and mount a major
File : 32710017.pdf
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Subject :
Author : Administrator
Keywords :

Page: 7

this term. The Unmanned Facility is a facility which is not bridge linked to

Page: 13

for aviation. 4.1.2 Unmanned Platform and Satellite Platform The communication of an
unmanned platform
communication of an unmanned platform and also a satellite platform is normally established
between

Page: 19

For a normally unmanned (bridged-linked to the manned mother platform) and satellite
File : 32801010.pdf
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Subject :
Author : maisaja
Keywords :

Page: 20

installations, manned and unmanned operation, close to or far from the boundary fence. For
File : 32801030.pdf
Title : TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Subject :
Author : Registered User
Keywords :

Page: 11

copies. When normally unmanned, the facility fences shall be locked, all building doors shall
File : 10010019.pdf
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Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 119

equipment performance (unmanned sites have obvious problems if accessibility and are a
special
File : 30061046.pdf
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Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 21

warehouses which are unmanned at weekends and in the silent hours. In order to

Page: 22

warehouses which are unmanned during the silent hours and at weekends (Figure 9).

Page: 34

risk category are unmanned during the silent hours and at weekends and are in
File : 31380111.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author : HAZIMIM
Keywords :

Page: 33

g. Normally for unmanned facilities), it may be decided not to use a full


File : 37051010.pdf
Title : PTS 37.05.10.10 : DESIGN OF SEA WATER SYSTEMS AND UTILITY HEAT
TRANSFER SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 12

point. On normally unmanned installations, a minimum flow should be ensured by an


overboard
File : 37051011.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS 37 05 10 11_Rev0A_100310
Subject :
Author : dzulril
Keywords :

Page: 4

covers manned and unmanned, onshore and offshore, drilling, producing and gas
conditioning installations. It

Page: 5

(NNMI) an unmanned platform designed with minimum equipment for high reliability and
minimum

Page: 14

the platform. On unmanned platforms, delivery of diesel to the platform will generally be

Page: 15

used, while on unmanned platforms longer intervals between re-fuelling are the norm (

Page: 23

particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Selection of instruments and electrical


equipment, particularly the required
particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Water draining from the filter coalescer shall be
under

Page: 27

QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITH FORWARDING PUMP 5 UFD TYPICAL


UTILITY FLOW DIAGRAM
QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITHOUT FORWARDING PUMP 6 PEFS TYPICAL
PROCESS ENGINEERING FLOW

Page: 31

quality fuel - unmanned platform with forwarding pump

Page: 32

quality fuel - unmanned platform without forwarding pump


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Subject :
Author : ahrizal
Keywords :

Page: 15

situations. With normally unmanned installations, it shall be established that personnel who
are present

Page: 30

and lighting on unmanned installations should be derived from the expected visitation
frequency and
File : 37190030.PDF
Title : PTS 37.19.00.30 : DESIGN OF STEEL SUBSTRUCTURES FOR FIXED
OFFSHORE PLATFORMS (AMENDMENTS/SUPPLEMENTS TO API RP 2A-
LRFD)
Subject :
Author : PETRONAS
Keywords :

Page: 14

and barge are unmanned the extreme environmental conditions are typically selected to have
a

Page: 50

that in an unmanned, shut down condition it can survive the environmental conditions which
File : 602004.pdf
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Subject :
Author : MARIALY
Keywords :

Page: 21

locality (Manned, unmanned, visited) Philosophy Operations Concept 1 train, x-trains,


File : 602210.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2210 Quantitative Risk Assessment _QRA_.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 22

on small, normally unmanned platforms, may reduce the loss of lives, assets and production

Page: 69

manned or unmanned operations onshore or offshore processing of hydrocarbons from


offshore

Page: 97

with a normally unmanned platform with facilities that have less redundancy. It was found

The simple, normally unmanned, facility also has less safety related equipment such as active
File : 602302.pdf
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Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 60

might be an unmanned facility in an isolated location with little strategic importance where
File : 602303.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2303 Fire Control And Recovery.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 91

fight fires involving unmanned platforms or structures except in the case of personnel who
File : 602307.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2307 Halons Alternative.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

17 remote or unmanned facilities) review maintenance procedures to ensure that every


measure
File : 602403.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2403 Aviation Emergency Response Guide.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

when helidecks on unmanned platforms are being used for transfer of personnel to adjacent
File : 602501.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2501 Blow Out Contingency Planning.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 4

No Drilling Rig, Unmanned Platform 7.3 With No Drilling Rig, Manned Platform 8.0 FIRST

Page: 31

RIG ON SITE, UNMANNED PLATFORM / ONSHORE SINGLE WELL LOCATION In the event
that
File : 602503.pdf
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Ditching.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

is validated using unmanned and manned testing before it is first used with any
File : 80471012.pdf
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Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 6

environments, from simple unmanned structures which may not justify firewater systems to
complex platforms

Page: 8

NUI - Normally Unmanned Installation PEFS - Process Engineering Flow Scheme PFP -
Passive

Page: 24

- manned or unmanned - level of risk - range of actuation - consequences

Page: 34

sequence. On Normally Unmanned Installations (NUI) the firewater main may be normally
dry

Page: 75

supply or on unmanned offshore facilities, the helideck foam monitors (where installed)
should
File : 80800012.pdf
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Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 5

installations that are unmanned. The content of this PTS may assist in developing such
File : 31761010.pdf
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Author :
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Page: 15

and are normally unmanned. Although it is preferred that they be located in non-

Page: 16

substations are normally unmanned; they should not be provided with fresh air ventilation
units.
File : 34110011.pdf
Title : DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PRACTICE
Subject :
Author : Charles Vasut
Keywords :

Page: 34

bund walls. In unmanned depots or depots left unattended at weekends where there is
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Page: 39

live loads. For unmanned minimum facilities, the cellar deck uniformly distributed live loads
maybe
File : 37191021.pdf
Title : PTS 37.19.10.21
Subject : Design For Offshore Steel Structures Exposed To Accidental Loads
Author : PETRONAS
Keywords :

Page: 89

normally will be unmanned. However, the pollution aspect is present, as well as potential
File : 37191031.pdf
Title : PTS 37.19.10.31
Subject : Helidecks on Fixed and Mobile Offshore Installations
Author : PETRONAS
Keywords :

Page: 5

ft.). However, for unmanned platforms, to preclude the requirement to remove helidecks
during workovers,
Timber Helideck for Unmanned Platforms (Appendix A). Revision No. Date Detail of Revisions

Page: 8

Timber Helidecks on Unmanned Platforms 1. General Timber helidecks are provided on


several unmanned
provided on several unmanned platforms. This appendix lists the acceptable standards for
continued operation
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Keywords :

Page: 27

failure than an unmanned wellhead platform. The consequence category to be assigned to a

Page: 43

reported; however, for unmanned platforms, incidents will sometimes not be noted or
reported. Thus,
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Title : Untitled
Subject :
Author : akmalt
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Page: 72

that, for normally unmanned installations, a central uninterrupted maintained power supply
should be provided
File : 33651132.pdf
Title : DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PRACTICE
Subject :
Author : Registered User
Keywords :

Page: 12

specified levels. For unmanned/remote platform, the noise level is not critical. Standard
manufacturers
File : 32302011.pdf
Title : MANUAL
Subject :
Author : Herman Knoops
Keywords :

Page: 11

ideally suited for unmanned or remote installations where early intervention or operator
conformation is

Page: 13

OFFSHORE FACILITIES 2.2.1 Unmanned Stations Minimum requirements for fire and gas
detection and protection
protection system for unmanned stations are stipulated in Table 1. 2.2.2 Manned Oil Stations

both manned and unmanned platforms, if two or more gas detectors are activated within

Page: 14

PROTECTION SYSTEMS FOR UNMANNED PLATFORMS AREA DETECTION METHODS FIXED


CONTROL AND EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS HAND,

Page: 21

and lifeline. 2.2.7.2 Unmanned Installation The following equipment shall be provided on all
helidecks
all helidecks at unmanned platforms: Fire Fighting Equipment (1) Two non-CFC based

Rescue Equipment For unmanned installation the following rescue equipment are provided
and-contained in
File : 32310032.pdf
Title : MANUAL
Subject :
Author : Herman Knoops
Keywords :

Page: 25

offshore platforms, particularly unmanned platforms. The design shall ensure that the
instrument system is
File : 32372010.pdf
Title : PETRONAS TECHNICAL STANDARDS
Subject :
Author : liew.jo.lynn
Keywords :

Page: 15

offshore platforms, particularly unmanned platforms. The design shall ensure that the
instrument system is

Page: 49

offshore platforms, particularly unmanned platforms. The design shall ensure that the
instrument system is
File : 32710012.pdf
Title : MANUAL
Subject :
Author : Herman Knoops
Keywords :

Page: 6

living thereon. An unmanned platform is a facility which does not bridged to living

Page: 17

the platform is unmanned. Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not
required PABX
Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not required PABX Required
Not required Platform
shore Required Required Unmanned platforms cover a range of technical complexity from
single wellhead
make visits to unmanned platforms shall be equipped with portable radios for communication
with
OPERATIONAL SERVICES The unmanned platform may either be operated from the shore, or
from
requirements for the unmanned platform are likely to be the same in both cases.

Page: 18

mother platform) An unmanned platform shall be provided with fully automatic local control
and

Page: 19

normal practice for unmanned platforms is to leave the platform unattended and unmanned
for
platform unattended and unmanned for the majority of the time and mount a major
File : 32710017.pdf
Title : PETRONAS TECHNICAL STANDARDS
Subject :
Author : Administrator
Keywords :

Page: 7

this term. The Unmanned Facility is a facility which is not bridge linked to

Page: 13

for aviation. 4.1.2 Unmanned Platform and Satellite Platform The communication of an
unmanned platform
communication of an unmanned platform and also a satellite platform is normally established
between

Page: 19

For a normally unmanned (bridged-linked to the manned mother platform) and satellite
File : 32801010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 30

installations, manned and unmanned operation, close to or far from the boundary fence. For
File : 32801030.pdf
Title : TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Subject :
Author : Registered User
Keywords :

Page: 11

copies. When normally unmanned, the facility fences shall be locked, all building doors shall
File : 10010019.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS_Deoiling_1-4 ver 2.docx
Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 119

equipment performance (unmanned sites have obvious problems if accessibility and are a
special
File : 30061046.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS 30.06.10.46 upload LATEST.docx
Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 21

warehouses which are unmanned at weekends and in the silent hours. In order to

Page: 22

warehouses which are unmanned during the silent hours and at weekends (Figure 9).

Page: 34

risk category are unmanned during the silent hours and at weekends and are in
File : 31380111.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author : HAZIMIM
Keywords :

Page: 33

g. Normally for unmanned facilities), it may be decided not to use a full


File : 37051010.pdf
Title : PTS 37.05.10.10 : DESIGN OF SEA WATER SYSTEMS AND UTILITY HEAT
TRANSFER SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 12

point. On normally unmanned installations, a minimum flow should be ensured by an


overboard
File : 37051011.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS 37 05 10 11_Rev0A_100310
Subject :
Author : dzulril
Keywords :

Page: 4

covers manned and unmanned, onshore and offshore, drilling, producing and gas
conditioning installations. It

Page: 5

(NNMI) an unmanned platform designed with minimum equipment for high reliability and
minimum

Page: 14

the platform. On unmanned platforms, delivery of diesel to the platform will generally be

Page: 15

used, while on unmanned platforms longer intervals between re-fuelling are the norm (

Page: 23

particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Selection of instruments and electrical


equipment, particularly the required
particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Water draining from the filter coalescer shall be
under

Page: 27

QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITH FORWARDING PUMP 5 UFD TYPICAL


UTILITY FLOW DIAGRAM
QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITHOUT FORWARDING PUMP 6 PEFS TYPICAL
PROCESS ENGINEERING FLOW

Page: 31

quality fuel - unmanned platform with forwarding pump

Page: 32

quality fuel - unmanned platform without forwarding pump


File : 37171011.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 37171011.doc
Subject :
Author : ahrizal
Keywords :

Page: 15

situations. With normally unmanned installations, it shall be established that personnel who
are present

Page: 30

and lighting on unmanned installations should be derived from the expected visitation
frequency and
File : 37190030.pdf
Title : PTS 37.19.00.30 : DESIGN OF STEEL SUBSTRUCTURES FOR FIXED
OFFSHORE PLATFORMS (AMENDMENTS/SUPPLEMENTS TO API RP 2A-
LRFD)
Subject :
Author : PETRONAS
Keywords :

Page: 14

and barge are unmanned the extreme environmental conditions are typically selected to have
a

Page: 50

that in an unmanned, shut down condition it can survive the environmental conditions which
File : 80471012.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS_80_47_10_12_Rev_6 _28012011_.docx
Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 6

environments, from simple unmanned structures which may not justify firewater systems to
complex platforms

Page: 8

NUI - Normally Unmanned Installation PEFS - Process Engineering Flow Scheme PFP -
Passive

Page: 24

- manned or unmanned - level of risk - range of actuation - consequences

Page: 34

sequence. On Normally Unmanned Installations (NUI) the firewater main may be normally
dry

Page: 75

supply or on unmanned offshore facilities, the helideck foam monitors (where installed)
should
File : 80800012.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS 80.80.00.12 rev3 updated 15 Jan 2011.doc
Subject :
Author : anidaha
Keywords :

Page: 5

installations that are unmanned. The content of this PTS may assist in developing such
File : 60.3308.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.3308 Halons Alternative.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 16

in remote or unmanned facilities) review maintenance procedures to ensure that every


measure
File : 60.0103.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0103 Human Factors.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

like manned or unmanned operations are carefully thought out. Performing a task allocation
can
File : 60.0104.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0104 Concept Selection.DOC
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 7

e.g. specifying unmanned rather than manned facilities, placing processing facilities onshore
rather
File : 60.0107.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0107 Design.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 10

e.g. specifying unmanned (rather than manned) facilities, placing processing facilities
onshore rather

Page: 80

the CC. For unmanned stations or platforms, a remote CC is acceptable, with information

Page: 85

both manned and unmanned facilities shall include a first trip indicator to show and
File : 60.0110.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0110 Logistics.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 73

of helidecks, particularly unmanned facilities in tropical climates D firefighting and crash


equipment D

Page: 78

and heliports D unmanned landing strips and heliports D unmanned helidecks Search and
Rescue
and heliports D unmanned helidecks Search and Rescue (SAR) The principal issues to
File : 60.0401.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.0401 Hazards And Effects Management Process.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 93

processing, manned versus unmanned facilities, platform versus subsea installation, location
and operating strategy of
File : 60.2004.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - PTS 60.2004 Hazard Identification- Hazid 280111edit
Subject :
Author : MARIALY
Keywords :

Page: 21

locality (Manned, unmanned, visited) Philosophy Operations Concept 1 train, x-trains,


File : 60.2210.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2210 Quantitative Risk Assessment _QRA_.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 22

on small, normally unmanned platforms, may reduce the loss of lives, assets and production

Page: 69

manned or unmanned operations onshore or offshore processing of hydrocarbons from


offshore

Page: 97

with a normally unmanned platform with facilities that have less redundancy. It was found

The simple, normally unmanned, facility also has less safety related equipment such as active
File : 60.2302.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2302 Fire Prevention Analysis _FIREPRAN_.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 60

might be an unmanned facility in an isolated location with little strategic importance where
File : 60.2303.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2303 Fire Control And Recovery.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 91

fight fires involving unmanned platforms or structures except in the case of personnel who
File : 60.2307.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2307 Halons Alternative.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

17 remote or unmanned facilities) review maintenance procedures to ensure that every


measure
File : 60.2403.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2403 Aviation Emergency Response Guide.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

when helidecks on unmanned platforms are being used for transfer of personnel to adjacent
File : 60.2501.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2501 Blow Out Contingency Planning.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 4

No Drilling Rig, Unmanned Platform 7.3 With No Drilling Rig, Manned Platform 8.0 FIRST

Page: 31

RIG ON SITE, UNMANNED PLATFORM / ONSHORE SINGLE WELL LOCATION In the event
that
File : 60.2503.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - 60.2503 Passenger Protection in the Event of Helicopter
Ditching.doc
Subject :
Author : KHARISA
Keywords :

Page: 17

is validated using unmanned and manned testing before it is first used with any
File : Requirements concerning Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit - IACS - 2007.PDF
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 41

located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and not provided with
File : SAIC-P-3415 REV 0.pdf
Title : SAIC-P-3415 REV 0.xls
Subject :
Author : alomaita
Keywords :

Page: 3

for motors in unmanned facilities. Alarm and trip settings should be based on the
File : SAIC-P-3416 REV 0.pdf
Title : SAIC-P-3416 REV 0.xls
Subject :
Author : alomaita
Keywords :

Page: 4

for motors in unmanned facilities. Alarm and trip settings should be based on the
File : SAIC-P-3417 REV 0.pdf
Title : SAIC-P-3417 REV 0.xls
Subject :
Author : alomaita
Keywords :

Page: 3

for motors in unmanned facilities. Alarm and trip settings should be based on the
File : SAIC-P-3624 REV 0.pdf
Title : SAIC-P-3624 REV 0.xls
Subject :
Author : alomaita
Keywords :

Page: 3

of remote and unmanned on shore oil and water wells is at the option
File : SAIC-H-2033 Rev 0.pdf
Title : SAIC-H-2033 Application of Safety Color Coding.xls
Subject :
Author : fulcheva
Keywords :

Page: 3

4.2.3(g) F1 Unmanned offshore platforms" top coat color shall be safety yellow. This
File : os-c101_2011-04.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-C101: Design of Offshore Steel Structures, General (LRFD
Method)
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 19

the structure is unmanned during f extreme environmental conditions. D 500 Load factor
File : Os-C201_2012-10.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-C201: Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD Method)
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 23

1) For units unmanned during extreme environmental conditions, the usage factor 0 may be
File : Os-D301_2013-10.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-D301: Fire Protection
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 70

immediate use. 3.1.3 Unmanned buoys An unmanned buoy does not require permanent
arrangement for
Unmanned buoys An unmanned buoy does not require permanent arrangement for fire
control and
File : os-e402_2010-10.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-E402: Offshore Standard for Diving Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 35

requirements and standard unmanned test procedures for underwater breathing apparatus
by: U.K. Department
File : os-e403_2008-10.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-E403: Offshore Loading Buoys
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 6

26 B 200 Unmanned buoys.............................................................26 B 300 Not


permanently manned buoys .....................................26

Page: 10

atmospheric pressure. 218 Unmanned buoy: A buoy which is not manned during fluid
transfer

Page: 26

use. B 200 Unmanned buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent
arrangement
buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent arrangement for fire control and

Page: 32

101 For simple unmanned buoys, other stability requirements may be considered by the
Society.
File : OS-H203_2012-02.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-H203: Transit and Positioning of Offshore Units
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 28

well stimulations and unmanned underwater operations, including the use of remote-
controlled sub-sea
File : os-j101_2013-02.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-J101: Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 27

which are normally unmanned, are usually to be designed to the normal safety class.

OS-C101 for unmanned structures. This reflects that wind turbines and wind turbine
structures
this standard are unmanned structures. For wind turbines where personnel are planned to be

Page: 132

safety class (unmanned structures, structures with small consequences of failure). ---e-n-
File : os-j103_2013-06.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-J103: Design of Floating Wind Turbine Structures
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 21

structures, which are unmanned during severe environmental loading conditions, the
consequences of failure are
floating structure is unmanned during severe environmental loading conditions. 2.1.4 For
station keeping systems
turbine unit is unmanned during severe environmental loading conditions. It shall be assessed
whether
allow for normal unmanned operation can be implemented. Guidance note: Although the
intention may
wind turbine unit unmanned during severe environmental conditions, manned units during
such severe environmental

Page: 78

stability. 1.1.4 For unmanned floating wind turbine units, i.e. for units which are

units which are unmanned during extreme environmental conditions and during normal
operation of the
temporary phases. For unmanned units in the damaged condition, sufficient floating stability
is not

Page: 79

manual. For an unmanned unit, the following items shall be included in the stability

Page: 81

General 3.1.1 For unmanned units, damaged stability is not a requirement, but an option

Page: 82

not necessary for unmanned units, unless more stringent requirements in this respect are
specified
adequate for most unmanned units. However, for large wind turbines in excess of
approximately
- manned or unmanned structure - type of substructure material (concrete, steel, composite,

Page: 90

not common in unmanned offshore structures. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-


File : OS-J201_2013-11.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-J201: Offshore Substations for Wind Farms
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 15

NAI). 4.2.44 Normally unmanned installation: Installation on which persons are not routinely
accommodated and

Page: 25

time. Normally unmanned: Persons are only expected to be present for inspection and

a safe and unmanned state. The platform shall have all the personnel safety systems

Type A: Normally unmanned platform with power equipment. This is often the case for

Page: 29

substations, manned or unmanned, shall have minimum provisions which include, but are not
limited

Page: 33

whether manned or unmanned, high safety class is required. ---e-n-d---of---

Page: 43

for in design. Unmanned offshore structures are usually designed to normal safety class,
whereas
even if normally unmanned. 5.1.2 Table E1 provides two sets of load factors to

Page: 66

systems installed in unmanned substations remote reset and remote shutdown shall be
possible. c)
system of an unmanned substation shall enable the users to remotely control the auxiliary

Page: 67

In case of unmanned substation the test run can be performed from shore, but

Page: 70

both manned and unmanned installations eliminate escalation for the typical fire scenarios by
means

Page: 71
scenarios for an unmanned AC substation should as a minimum be evaluated if relevant:

main transformer for unmanned installations. The oil volume for such fire is approximately
1500

Page: 72

public room on unmanned platform) and similar areas shall be isolated from the rest

Page: 77

operate automatically for unmanned installations but should also be capable of being closed
manually

Page: 79

type, manned versus unmanned, the actual equipment in the considered room etc. In
addition
alarm on an unmanned platform Table 6-3 Active fire protection Area Suitable AFP

Page: 83

a platform is unmanned it will be more appropriate to allow immediate release of

Page: 85

9.2.5.1.3) 7.2.7 For unmanned installations indicating units may only present at the control
panel

Page: 101

useful for normally unmanned installations. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-

Page: 106

substation, manned and unmanned, including the effects of radiated heat and smoke
walking/

Page: 110

be considered normally unmanned. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-

Page: 112

following applies: unmanned installation: When the offshore substation is manned, an


emergency response
File : Oss-312_2012-04.pdf
Title : DNV-OSS-312: Certification of Tidal and Wave Energy Converters
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 11

devices are usually unmanned, the overall risk level to personnel will be low. However,
File : RP-A204_2011-09.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-A204: Quality Survey Plan (QSP) for Offshore Class New-building
Surveys
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 23

CONTROL 25 Machinery Unmanned Test E0 Table A-2 Category II Systems for


Commissioning

Page: 25

Equipment 75 Machinery Unmanned Test 76 Anchor Test 77 PA Coverage Measurement


Table A-
File : RP-A205_2013-10.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-A205: Offshore Classification Projects - Testing and
Commissioning
Subject : DNV-RP-A205
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 7

Shut Down E0 Unmanned machinery space alarm F&G Fire & Gas (systems)

Page: 10

E0 test (Unmanned machinery space alarms) endurance test. The marine sea trial

Page: 13

CONTROL 24 Machinery Unmanned Test E0 DET NORSKE VERITAS AS drilling systems


Page

Page: 15

Equipment 80 Machinery Unmanned Test 81 Anchor Test 82 PA Coverage Measurement

Page: 17

CONTROL 25 Machinery Unmanned Test E0 No. Name of the System Integrated with 1

Page: 21

DP 20 Machinery Unmanned Test E0 21 Jacking motors Jacking trial 22 Jacking control

Page: 26

ESD 33 Machinery Unmanned/Watch Call Alarm System (E0) VMS 34 Offshore Crane

Page: 28

Equipment 51 Machinery Unmanned/Watch Call Alarm System (E0) 52 Offshore Crane 53

Page: 30

ESD 15 Machinery Unmanned/Watch Call Alarm System (E0) VMS 16 Offshore Crane

Page: 32

Equipment 31 Machinery Unmanned/Watch Call Alarm System (E0) 32 Offshore Crane 33


File : rp-e401_2007-04.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-E401: Survey of Diving Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 23

detection systems in unmanned machinery spaces. Verify that type is suitable and that there

Page: 37

procedures pressurised/unmanned not pressurised/manned lift wire release


operational
requirements pressurised/unmanned not pressurised/manned lift wire release
operational
File : rp-e402_2010-10.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-E402: Naval Rescue Submersibles
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 35

requirements and standard unmanned test procedures for underwater breathing apparatus
by: U.K. Department
File : rp-e403_2010-10.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-E403: Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 51

be pressurised and unmanned or if manned should not be pressurised. As far as


File : rp-h102_2004-04.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-H102: Marine operations during Removal of Offshore Installations
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 20

shore on an unmanned barge shall not commence before completion of the seafastening
work.
File : Standard2-7-2_2013-05.pdf
Title : DNV Standard for Certification 2.7-2 Offshore Service Modules
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords : ()

Page: 7

and secondary structure. Unmanned: Areas which are not manned as defined above. 2.3
Referenced

Page: 27

be manned or unmanned. Equipment for important services may need to deviate from the

Page: 34

can be operated unmanned. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-

Page: 37

be manned or unmanned. The place of manufacture. Details of other standards


File : Standard3-304_2007-02.pdf
Title : DNV Standard for Certification 3.304 Competence of Ships Electrical
Officers and Engineers
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 10

the UMS (Unmanned Machinery Space) alarm system A 2.1.20 Simulate auto slow-
File : StatutoryInterpretations_2013-09.pdf
Title : DNV Statutory Interpretations
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 34

that are normally unmanned (stores, etc.) and when the release control is located
File : ts406_2013-07.pdf
Title : DNV Ship rules Pt.4 Ch.6 - Piping Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 22

each case. 204 Unmanned barges shall be provided with drainage facilities for rooms
mentioned
available pumps. 205 Unmanned barges may have portable bilge pumping equipment only,
arranged with

Page: 23

in 200. 302 Unmanned pontoons may be drained by portable bilge pumping equipment
carried

Page: 29

Air pipes for unmanned barges and pontoons shall be fitted with automatic operating closing
File : ts505_2013-07.pdf
Title : DNV Ship rules Pt.5 Ch.5 - Additional Class - Liquefied Gas Carriers
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 91

area. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items or
equipment,
File : DNV-OS-C101.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-C101: Design of Offshore Steel Structures, General (LRFD
Method)
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 14

the structure is unmanned during extreme environmental conditions. D 500 Load factor for
FLS
File : DNV-OS-C201.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-C201: Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD Method)
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 16

1) For units unmanned during extreme environmental conditions, the usage factor 0 may be
File : DNV-OS-D301.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-D301: Fire Protection
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 6

39 D 200 Unmanned buoys.............................................................39 D 300 Not


permanently manned buoys .....................................39

Page: 39

use. D 200 Unmanned buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent
arrangement
buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent arrangement for fire control and
File : DNV-OS-E402.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-E402: Offshore Standard for Diving Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 33

requirements and standard unmanned test procedures for underwater breathing apparatus
by: U.K. Department
File : DNV-OS-E403 Offshore Loading Buoys.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-E403: Offshore Loading Buoys
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 6

26 B 200 Unmanned buoys.............................................................26 B 300 Not


permanently manned buoys .....................................26

Page: 10

atmospheric pressure. 218 Unmanned buoy: A buoy which is not manned during fluid
transfer

Page: 26

use. B 200 Unmanned buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent
arrangement
buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent arrangement for fire control and

Page: 32

101 For simple unmanned buoys, other stability requirements may be considered by the
Society.
File : DNV-OS-J101.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-J101: Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 9

choice of designing unmanned structures with a lower requirement to the load factor than

of failure between unmanned and manned structures. Transformer stations are usually
unmanned, but the
stations are usually unmanned, but the economical consequences of a failure may be very

transformer stations are unmanned. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-

Page: 18

which are normally unmanned, are usually to be designed to the normal safety class.

Page: 19

OS-C101 for unmanned structures. This reflects that wind turbines and wind turbine
structures
this standard are unmanned structures. For wind turbines where personnel are planned to be

Page: 84

safety class (unmanned structures, structures with small consequences of failure). ---e-n-
File : DNV-RP-E401 Survey of Diving Systems.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-E401: Survey of Diving Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 23

detection systems in unmanned machinery spaces. Verify that type is suitable and that there

Page: 37

procedures pressurised/unmanned not pressurised/manned lift wire release


operational
requirements pressurised/unmanned not pressurised/manned lift wire release
operational
File : DNV-RP-E402 Naval Rescue Submersibles.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-E402: Naval Rescue Submersibles
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 33

requirements and standard unmanned test procedures for underwater breathing apparatus
by: U.K. Department
File : DNV-RP-E403 Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-E403: Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 51

be pressurised and unmanned or if manned should not be pressurised. As far as


File : DNV-RP-H102 Marine operations during Removal of Offshore Installations
2004.pdf
Title : DNV-RP-H102: Marine operations during Removal of Offshore Installations
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 20

shore on an unmanned barge shall not commence before completion of the seafastening
work.
File : os-c101_2010-04 Design of Offshore Steel Structures. General (LRFD
method).pdf
Title : DNV-OS-C101: Design of Offshore Steel Structures, General (LRFD
Method)
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 14

the structure is unmanned during extreme environmental conditions. D 500 Load factor for
FLS
File : os-c201_2009-10 Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD method).pdf
Title : DNV-OS-C201: Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD Method)
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 16

1) For units unmanned during extreme environmental conditions, the usage factor 0 may be
File : os-d301_2009-10 Fire Protection.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-D301: Fire Protection
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 6

39 D 200 Unmanned buoys.............................................................39 D 300 Not


permanently manned buoys .....................................39

Page: 39

use. D 200 Unmanned buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent
arrangement
buoys 201 An unmanned buoy does not require permanent arrangement for fire control and
File : os-e402_2009-10 Offshore Standard for Diving Systems.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-E402: Offshore Standard for Diving Systems
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 33

requirements and standard unmanned test procedures for underwater breathing apparatus
by: U.K. Department
File : os-j101_2009-11 Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-J101: Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 9

choice of designing unmanned structures with a lower requirement to the load factor than

of failure between unmanned and manned structures. Transformer stations are usually
unmanned, but the
stations are usually unmanned, but the economical consequences of a failure may be very

transformer stations are unmanned. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-

Page: 18

which are normally unmanned, are usually to be designed to the normal safety class.

Page: 19

OS-C101 for unmanned structures. This reflects that wind turbines and wind turbine
structures
this standard are unmanned structures. For wind turbines where personnel are planned to be

Page: 84

safety class (unmanned structures, structures with small consequences of failure). ---e-n-
File : os-j201_2009-10 Offshore Substation for Wind Farms.pdf
Title : DNV-OS-J201: Offshore Substations for Wind Farms
Subject :
Author : Det Norske Veritas
Keywords :

Page: 11

NAI). 241 Normally unmanned installation: Installation on which persons are not routinely
accommodated and

Page: 16

or normally unmanned: persons are normally only expected to be present for inspection

A(1): Normally unmanned platform with power equipment (Fig.1a) Type B:

Page: 18

substations, manned or unmanned, shall have minimum provisions which include, but are not
limited

Page: 20

whether manned or unmanned, high safety class is required. ---e-n-d---of---

Page: 26

for in design. Unmanned offshore structures are usually designed to normal safety class,
whereas

Page: 27

even if normally unmanned. 102 Table E1 provides two sets of load factors to

Page: 53

substation, manned and unmanned, including the effects of radiated heat and smoke

Page: 56

be considered normally unmanned. ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-

Page: 57

following applies: unmanned installation: When the offshore substation is manned, an


emergency response
File : EN ISO 13628-9 (2006) Design and operation of subsea production
systems - Remotely Operated Tool (ROT) intervention systems.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - ISO 13628-9 _E_.doc
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

ROT system dedicated, unmanned, subsea tools used for remote installation or module
replacement tasks
File : EN ISO13628-9-2008 Remotely Operated Tool (ROT) intervention
systems.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - ISO 13628-9 _E_.doc
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

ROT system dedicated, unmanned, subsea tools used for remote installation or module
replacement tasks
File : FMDS0519.pdf
Title : DS 5-19 Switchgear and Circuit Breakers (Data Sheet)
Subject : Describes the various types of switchgear assemblies, including
switchboards, circuit breakers, and buses, including the hazards associated
with this equipment and the safeguards that should be provided.
Author : FM Global
Keywords : 05-019

Page: 3

be practical at unmanned locations however it is unacceptable to ignore unmanned locations


between
unacceptable to ignore unmanned locations between maintenance and testing outages.
Perform weekly or monthly
monthly visits at unmanned locations. 2.1.2 Thermography 2.1.2.1 Perform thermographic
surveys of switchgear and
File : 10110_imo_gesamt.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 39

discharge controls in unmanned machinery spaces may not be operable from the operating
compartment
File : Abschn16.pdf
Title : (--) Section 16_Noise, Vibration and Shock Considerations_
Subject : --
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 6

Working spaces 1.1 Unmanned main & auxiliary engine rooms, control stations therein 110
2,5
1.5 Equipment spaces/unmanned 85 80 85 80 2.

control auxiliary rooms/unmanned 70 65 70 65 3.4

and sensor equipment/unmanned 75 70 75 70 3.5

Page: 14

v0 Working spaces Unmanned main and auxiliary machinery spaces 5,0 6,0 Mechanical
workshops 4,0
File : Abschn19.pdf
Title : (III-1-1) Section 19.Hull Outfit.
Subject : III-1-1
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 3

1.7 Except in unmanned machinery and auxiliary machinery spaces, sea inlets and discharges
in
File : Abschn09.pdf
Title : (III-1-3) Section 9.Control, Monitoring and Ship"s Safety Systems.
Subject : III-1-3
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

for ships with unmanned engine room, see Chapter 3b - Automation. 1.4 Additional,
equipment
File : Abschn03.pdf
Title : (III-1-3) Section 3.Basic System Requirements.
Subject : III-1-3
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 3

switched off during unmanned operation, if the operational readiness of the audible signalling
equipment
File : Abschn09.pdf
Title : (III-1-4) Section 9.Fire Protection and Fire Extinguishing Equipment.
Subject : III-1-4
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords : Fire Protection and Fire Extinguishing ...

Page: 3

of spaces: unmanned machinery spaces machinery capsules missile silos acoustic


File : Abschn02.pdf
Title : (III-2-2) Section 2.General Requirements.
Subject : III-2-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

the construction of unmanned ROVs which are to be certified by GL, including their

vehicle (ROV) Unmanned vehicle capable of operating under water with remote control. 12.
File : Abschn01.pdf
Title : (IV-6-1) Section 1 Classification
Subject : IV-6-1
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 2

installations normally unmanned installations Depending on the use and attendance


arrangements, the provisions
File : Abschn01.pdf
Title : (IV-6-3) Section 1 Scope, Definitions and Procedures
Subject : IV-6-3
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

manned installations unmanned installations Depending on the type of employment and


manning, the
File : Abschn01.pdf
Title : (IV-6-4) Section 1 Environmental Conditions
Subject : IV-6-4
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 4

structures that are unmanned or evacuated during the design event, that have either a
File : Absch13e.pdf
Title : (IV-6-5) Section 13e Piping Systems for Specific Services
Subject : IV-6-5
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 9

located in normally unmanned spaces below the assigned load line and not provided with
File : Abschn03.pdf
Title : (IV-6-5) Section 3 Internal Combustion Engines and Air Compressors
Subject : IV-6-5
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 17

1. General For unmanned machinery installations Chapter 6 Electrical Installations, Sections


9 and
File : Abschn02.pdf
Title : (I-0-0) Section 2 Classification
Subject : I-0-0
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 9

for remotely operated, unmanned vehicles according to the Construction Rules Part 5
Underwater
Chapter 3 Unmanned Submersibles (ROV, AUV) and Underwater Working Machines,
Sections 1
Notation for autonomous, unmanned vehicles according to the Construction Rules Part 5
Underwater
Chapter 3 Unmanned Submersibles (ROV, AUV) and Underwater Working Machines,
Sections 1
File : Abschn04.pdf
Title : (I-0-0) Section 4 Surveys - Special Ship Types
Subject : I-0-0
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 34

Section 1. 2. Unmanned submersibles Regarding the required surveys for admission to Class
respectively
Chapter 3 Unmanned Submersibles (ROV, AUV) and Underwater Working Machines, Section
2
Chapter 3 Unmanned Submersibles (ROV, AUV) and Underwater Working Machines, Section
5.
File : Abschn31.pdf
Title : (I-1-1) Section 31 Barges and Pontoons
Subject : I-1-1
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

this Section are unmanned or manned vessels, normally without selfpropulsion, sailing in
pushed or
this Section are unmanned or manned floating units, normally without self-propulsion. The
ratios

Page: 3

Owner"s request, for unmanned barges and pontoons the number of anchors may be
reduced
File : Abschn31.pdf
Title : (I-1-1) Section 31 Barges and Pontoons
Subject : I-1-1
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

this Section are unmanned or manned vessels, normally without selfpropulsion, sailing in
pushed or
this Section are unmanned or manned floating units, normally without self-propulsion. The
ratios

Page: 3

Owner"s request, for unmanned barges and pontoons the number of anchors may be
reduced
File : ABSCH07A.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 7a Steam Boilers
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords : Boilers and Heat Transfer Equipment

Page: 22

for ships with unmanned engine room Chapter 4 Automation are to be observed.
File : ABSCHN01.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 1 General Rules and Instructions
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords : General Rules and Instructions

Page: 9

alarm point: Unmanned machinery rooms of category "A" are to be equipped

monitoring. Other unmanned machinery rooms, such as bow thruster or steering gear
compartments
File : ABSCHN02.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 2 Internal Combustion Engines and Air Compressors
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 20

1. General For unmanned machinery installations Chapter 4 Automation is to be observed


File : ABSCHN12.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 12 Fire Protection and Fire Extinguishing Equipment
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 15

is locked when unmanned, portable fire extinguishers required for that space may be kept
File : ABSCH07A.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 7a Steam Boilers
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords : Boilers and Heat Transfer Equipment

Page: 22

for ships with unmanned engine room Chapter 4 Automation are to be observed.
File : ABSCHN01.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 1 General Rules and Instructions
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords : General Rules and Instructions

Page: 9

alarm point: Unmanned machinery rooms of category "A" are to be equipped

monitoring. Other unmanned machinery rooms, such as bow thruster or steering gear
compartments
File : ABSCHN02.pdf
Title : (I-1-2) Section 2 Internal Combustion Engines and Air Compressors
Subject : I-1-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 20

1. General For unmanned machinery installations Chapter 4 Automation is to be observed


File : Abschn09.pdf
Title : (I-1-3) Section 9 Control, Monitoring and Ship"s Safety Systems
Subject : I-1-3
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

for ships with unmanned engine room see Chapter 4 Automation. 2. Planning and

Page: 9

spaces 3.5.1 For unmanned machinery spaces of category A in accordance with Chapter 4
File : Abschn03.pdf
Title : (I-1-4) Section 3 Basic Requirements
Subject : I-1-4
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

to be left unmanned in line with their Class Notation. 10. Automatic interventions shall
File : Abschn11.pdf
Title : (I-1-6) Section 11 Fire Protection and Fire Extinction
Subject : I-1-6
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 2

area. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items do not
File : Absch09A.pdf
Title : (I-1-8) Section 9a General Rules for Machinery Installations
Subject : I-1-8
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 4

alarm point: Unmanned machinery rooms of category "A" and other machinery rooms

7.) Other unmanned machinery rooms, such as bow thruster and steering gear
compartments
File : Absch09B.pdf
Title : (I-1-8) Section 9b Internal Combustion Engines and Air Compressors
Subject : I-1-8
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 18

1. General For unmanned machinery installations Section 12 is to be observed in addition


File : hsc2002.pdf
Title : Hsc.book
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 30

or closed. In unmanned machinery spaces, main and auxiliary sea inlets and discharges in

Page: 151

operating compartment is unmanned the alarm shall sound in a place where a responsible

Page: 174

as in an unmanned machinery space, including automatic fire detection system, bilge alarm
system,
File : Abschn03.pdf
Title : (I-5-1) Section 3.Rules for Construction of Diving Simulators .
Subject : I-5-1
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 2

both manned and unmanned tests can be carried out in a wet or dry

which manned and unmanned tests can be carried out under the conditions prevailing in

Page: 12

used exclusively for unmanned tests shall be compatible with the test conditions. 3.2.1.5 The
File : Abschn02.pdf
Title : (I-5-2) Section 2.General Rules for the Construction of Submersibles .
Subject : I-5-2
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 2

A manned or unmanned, surface-dependent or surface-independent vehicle capable of


operating underwater.
File : Abschn02.pdf
Title : (--) Section 2.General Rules for the Construction of Remote-Operated
Vehicles .
Subject : --
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 1

the construction of unmanned ROVs which are to be certified by Germanischer Lloyd,


including
vehicle (ROV) Unmanned vehicle capable of operating under water with remote control.
Supply
File : Abschn03.pdf
Title : (--) Section 3.Principles for the Design and Construction of Remote-
Operated Vehicles .
Subject : --
Author : Germanischer Lloyd AG
Keywords :

Page: 2

be halved for unmanned submersibles. E. Supporting Structure, Garage Design 1. The frame
and
File : ANEXO 02 - RULES OF THE AIR.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

32 APPENDIX 4. Unmanned free balloons . . . . . . . .

1. Classification of unmanned free balloons. . . . . . 33 2. General

Page: 9

Air Navigation Commission Unmanned free balloons; estimated time of arrival. 2 March 1981
2

Page: 15

reference to altitudes. Unmanned free balloon. A non-power-driven, unmanned, lighter-


than-air
non-power-driven, unmanned, lighter-than-air aircraft in free flight. Note. Unmanned free

free flight. Note. Unmanned free balloons are classified as heavy, medium or light in

Page: 19

each aircraft. 3.1.9 Unmanned free balloons An unmanned free balloon shall be operated in

free balloons An unmanned free balloon shall be operated in such a manner as

Page: 45

APPENDIX 4. UNMANNED FREE BALLOONS (Note. See Chapter 3, 3.1.9 of the

1. Classification of unmanned free balloons Unmanned free balloons shall be classified as: a)

unmanned free balloons Unmanned free balloons shall be classified as: a) light: an
unmanned
a) light: an unmanned free balloon which carries a payload of one or more

b) medium: an unmanned free balloon which carries a payload of two or more

c) heavy: an unmanned free balloon which carries a payload which: 1) has a

rules 2.1 An unmanned free balloon shall not be operated without appropriate authorization
from
made. 2.2 An unmanned free balloon, other than a light balloon used exclusively for

flights. 2.4 An unmanned free balloon shall be operated in accordance with conditions
specified
overflown. 2.5 An unmanned free balloon shall not be operated in such a manner
2.6 A heavy unmanned free balloon shall not be operated over the high seas

3.1 A heavy unmanned free balloon shall not be operated without authorization from the

heavy or medium unmanned free balloon shall not be released in a manner that

3.3 A heavy unmanned free balloon shall not be operated unless: a) it is

Page: 46

4.1 Classification of unmanned free balloons14/11/91 34

Page: 47

3.4 A heavy unmanned free balloon shall not be operated in an area where

station. 3.5 An unmanned free balloon that is equipped with a trailing antenna that

3.6 A heavy unmanned free balloon shall not be operated below 18 000 m

3.7 A heavy unmanned free balloon that is equipped with a suspension device (

of a heavy unmanned free balloon shall activate the appropriate termination devices required
by
flight of an unmanned free balloon in the medium or heavy category, shall be

Page: 48

medium or heavy unmanned free balloon is launched the operator shall notify the appropriate

medium or heavy unmanned free balloon, previously notified in accordance with 5.1, has
been
of a heavy unmanned free balloon operating at or below 18 000 m (

of a heavy unmanned free balloon operating above 18 000 m (60 000

of a heavy unmanned free balloon, the operator shall forward to the appropriate ATS

heavy or medium unmanned free balloon shall notify the appropriate air traffic services unit
File : 6-5.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 61

Could not extract contextual text. The document has restricted security permissions and
content copying is not allowed.
File : IEC 60919-1 (2005) TR Steady-state conditions.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 58

dispatch centre with unmanned HVDC substations and to make use of the inherent HVDC
File : IEC 61508 Part 7 Overview of Techniques & Measures.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 46

safety analysis of unmanned Metro system. M. EI Koursi, P. Ozello, Proc. SAFECOMP "
File : IEC 61508-7 (2002) - Overview of Techniques & Measures.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 46

safety analysis of unmanned Metro system. M. EI Koursi, P. Ozello, Proc. SAFECOMP "
File : IEEE Std 1010-2006 --- IEEE Guide for Control of Hydroelectric Power
Plants.pdf
Title : ANSI/IEEE Std 1010-1987 IEEE, Guide for Control of Hydroelectric Power
Plants
Subject : This document describes the control and monitoring requirements for
equipment and systems associated with conventional and pumped-storage
hydroelectric plants. It includes typical methods of local and remote
control, details of the control interfaces for
Author : Power Generation Committee of the IEEE Power Engineering Society
Keywords :

Page: 88

43 Designed for unmanned operation 42 Turbine-Generator Start-Up and Shutdown Logic

Page: 89

definition) Manned versus unmanned plants YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD REFLECT YOUR
PRESENT PHILOSOPHY CONCERNING PLANT
FOR MANNED AND UNMANNED PUMPED STORAGE AND CONVENTIONAL HYDRO PLANTS. I.
PLANT CHARACTERISTICS PLANT
and operators) ____ Unmanned (maintenance personnel and no operators) TYPE OF
GENERATOR ____

Page: 95

1 1 3 Unmanned Operation 9 3 2 2. TYPE OF TURBINE Francis 4

Page: 98

3 3 5 Unmanned Operation 1 7 1 3 2. TYPE OF TURBINE Francis

Page: 101

2 2 11 Unmanned Operation 3 5 4 2. TYPE OF TURBINE Francis 3

Page: 104

1 1 8 Unmanned Operation 1 1 2 No Response 1 2. TYPE OF


File : IEEE Std 1120 - 2004 --- IEEE Guide for the Planning, Design, Installation,
and Repair of Submarine Power Cable Systems.pdf
Title : IEEE Std 1120 - 2004 - IEEE Guide for the Planning, Design, Installation,
and Repair of Submarine Power Cable Systems - IEEE Std 1120-2004
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 20

These vehicles are unmanned and tethered to a surface vessel. They may carry a
File : IEEE Std 1120 - 2004 IEEE Guide for the Planning, Design, Installation, and
Repair of Submarine Power Cable Systems.pdf
Title : IEEE Std 1120 - 2004 - IEEE Guide for the Planning, Design, Installation,
and Repair of Submarine Power Cable Systems - IEEE Std 1120-2004
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 20

These vehicles are unmanned and tethered to a surface vessel. They may carry a
File : IEEE Std 1515-2000 Electronic Power Subsystems Parameter Definitions,
Test Conditions, and Test Methods.pdf
Title : IEEE recommended practice for electronic power subsystems: parameter
definitions, test conditions, a - IEEE Std 1515-2000
Subject :
Author : IEEE
Keywords :

Page: 69

engines manned and unmanned 2) Jet aircraft and tactical missiles, where equipment is
installed
aircraft, manned and unmanned, and installed in free flight phase tactical missiles 3)
Helicopter,
File : IEEE Std 1267-1999 00815312.pdf
Title : IEEE trial-use guide for development of specification for turnkey substation
projects - IEEE Std 1267-1999
Subject :
Author : IEEE
Keywords :

Page: 17

supervisory control for unmanned substations e) Event recording, data logging, and displays
for operator
File : IEEE Std 1491-2005 01542610.pdf
Title : IEEE Std 1491-2005, IEEE Guide for Selection and Use of Battery
Monitoring Equipment in Stationary Applications
Subject : Monitoring and measurement of battery parameters is an important
element of maintaining a fully operational battery system.
Author : Stationary Battery Committee of the IEEE Power Engineering Society
Keywords : airflow, ambient temperature, automated battery monitoring, battery
applications, battery current, battery environment, battery monitoring
equipment, battery monitoring techniques

Page: 5

the advent of unmanned battery locations, and sites that are difficult to access. This

Page: 11

a need for unmanned surveillance systems for stationary batteries. This guide will propose
parameters

Page: 13

monitoring equipment: An unmanned fixed surveillance system for stationary batteries. 3.2
Coup de Fouet:

Page: 31

Most locations are unmanned, and the physical size of the site can make maintenance
File : IEEE Std 1515-2000 00868942.pdf
Title : IEEE recommended practice for electronic power subsystems: parameter
definitions, test conditions, a - IEEE Std 1515-2000
Subject :
Author : IEEE
Keywords :

Page: 69

engines manned and unmanned 2) Jet aircraft and tactical missiles, where equipment is
installed
aircraft, manned and unmanned, and installed in free flight phase tactical missiles 3)
Helicopter,
File : IEEE Std 1573-2003 01282227.pdf
Title : IEEE Recommended Practice for Electronic Power Subsystems: Parameters,
Interfaces, Elements, and Performance - IEEE Std 1573-2003
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 24

as manned vs. unmanned areas of vehicles. Environmental conditions influence life


expectancy, robustness, and
File : IEEE Std C37.102-1995 00511938.pdf
Title : IEEE Std C37.102-1995 (Revision of IEEE Std C37.102-1987) IEEE Guide
for AC Generator Protection
Subject : A review of the generally accepted forms of relay protection for the
synchronous generator and its excitation system is presented. This guide is
primarily concerned with protection against faults and abnormal operating
conditions for large hydraulic, steam, and combustion-turbine generators.
Author : Power System Relaying Committee of the IEEE Power Engineering Society
Keywords : ac generator protection,relay protection,synchronous generator

Page: 101

many CTGs are unmanned stations, control systems provide automatic protection. Figure 6-6
shows
File : IEEE Std C37.99-1990 00159286.pdf
Title : IEEE guide for the protection of shunt capacitor banks - IEEE Std C37.99-
1990
Subject :
Author : IEEE
Keywords :

Page: 16

Not suitable for unmanned substations. For system overvoltage. Coordination normally by
capacitor manufacturer. Limit
File : IEEE Std 1147-2005 (Revision of IEEE Std 1147-1991) 01611108.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 46

the plant is unmanned. 6.14 Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) The rehabilitation of the

Page: 55

A change to unmanned plant operation may require the addition of intrusion detection
equipment
File : ANSI-IEEE Std 1010-1987 00025323.pdf
Title : ANSI/IEEE Std 1010-1987 IEEE, Guide for Control of Hydroelectric Power
Plants
Subject : This document describes the control and monitoring requirements for
equipment and systems associated with conventional and pumped-storage
hydroelectric plants. It includes typical methods of local and remote
control, details of the control interfaces for
Author : Power Generation Committee of the IEEE Power Engineering Society
Keywords :

Page: 88

43 Designed for unmanned operation 42 Turbine-Generator Start-Up and Shutdown Logic

Page: 89

definition) Manned versus unmanned plants YOUR RESPONSE SHOULD REFLECT YOUR
PRESENT PHILOSOPHY CONCERNING PLANT
FOR MANNED AND UNMANNED PUMPED STORAGE AND CONVENTIONAL HYDRO PLANTS. I.
PLANT CHARACTERISTICS PLANT
and operators) ____ Unmanned (maintenance personnel and no operators) TYPE OF
GENERATOR ____

Page: 95

1 1 3 Unmanned Operation 9 3 2 2. TYPE OF TURBINE Francis 4

Page: 98

3 3 5 Unmanned Operation 1 7 1 3 2. TYPE OF TURBINE Francis

Page: 101

2 2 11 Unmanned Operation 3 5 4 2. TYPE OF TURBINE Francis 3

Page: 104

1 1 8 Unmanned Operation 1 1 2 No Response 1 2. TYPE OF


File : ANSI-IEEE Std 1030-1987 00026485.pdf
Title : IEEE guide for specification of high-voltage direct-current systems. Part I -
steady-state performan - ANSI/IEEE Std 1030-1987
Subject :
Author : IEEE
Keywords :

Page: 41

HVDC substations are unmanned and to make use of the inherent HVDC system speed
File : ANSI-IEEE Std C37.99-1980 00030653.pdf
Title : IEEE guide for protection of shunt capacitor banks - ANSI/IEEE Std
C37.99-1980
Subject :
Author : IEEE
Keywords :

Page: 4

Not suitable for unmanned substations. For system overvoltage. Coordination normally by
capacitor manufacturer. Limit
File : IEEE Std 1031-2000 (Revision of IEEE Std 1031-1991) 01277892.pdf
Title : IEEE Std 1031-2000, Revision of IEEE Std 1031-1991, IEEE Guide for the
Functional Specification of Transmission Static Var Compensators
Subject : This guide documents an approach to preparing a specification for a
transmission static var compensator.
Author : IEEE PES, Substations Committee
Keywords : filters, harmonics, static var compensators, static var system, TCR,
thyristor valves, TSC, TSR

Page: 57

occasionally in an unmanned station. The level of building services should be integral to


File : IEEE Std 1120-2004 01425768.pdf
Title : IEEE Std 1120 - 2004 - IEEE Guide for the Planning, Design, Installation,
and Repair of Submarine Power Cable Systems - IEEE Std 1120-2004
Subject :
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Keywords :

Page: 20

These vehicles are unmanned and tethered to a surface vessel. They may carry a
File : IEEE Std 1147-1991 00159448.pdf
Title : IEEE Std 1147-1991, IEEE Guide for the Rehabilitation of Hydroelectric
Power Plants
Subject : This guide is directed to the practicing engineer in the field of hydroelectric
power plant design for the purpose of providing guidance in the decision-
making processes and design for the rehabilitation of hydroelectric power
plants. It covers general assessment considerations, rehabilitation of
waterways, and rehabilitation of equipment. An extensive bibliography is
included.
Author : Energy Development andPower Generation Committee of the of the IEEE
Power Engineering Society
Keywords : hydroelectric power plant,rehabilitation

Page: 34

the plant is unmanned. 4.13 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) The rehabilitation of the

Page: 40

protection automation for unmanned facilities, underground facilities, and facilities with
limited or restricted personnel

Page: 42

A change to unmanned plant operation may require the addition of intrusion detection
equipment
File : IEEE Std 1147-2005 (Revision of IEEE Std 1147-1991) 01611108.pdf
Title : Title
Subject : Subject
Author : Author
Keywords : Keywords

Page: 46

the plant is unmanned. 6.14 Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) The rehabilitation of the

Page: 55

A change to unmanned plant operation may require the addition of intrusion detection
equipment
File : GC Code IMO 1983 edition.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - GC Code IMO I.doc
Subject :
Author : korisnik
Keywords :

Page: 96

area. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items or
equipment
File : IMO list.PDF
Title : cattp 1..1
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 62

in a periodically unmanned engine-room. It is based on the minimum knowledge required

in a periodically unmanned engine-room as set out in section A-III/1


File : Rp_92002.pdf
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Subject :
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Page: 23

locations that are unmanned, remote, or subject to frequent ac power failures, and is
File : RP_920202.pdf
Title : Untitled Document
Subject :
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Page: 23

locations that are unmanned, remote, or subject to frequent ac power failures, and is
File : RP_920302.pdf
Title : Untitled Document
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 20

locations that are unmanned, remote, or subject to frequent ac power failures, and is
File : RP_920402.pdf
Title : Untitled Document
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 23

locations that are unmanned, remote, or subject to frequent ac power failures. It is


File : RP_920602.pdf
Title : Untitled Document
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 20

locations that are unmanned, remote, or subject to frequent ac power failures, and is
File : ISA TR84-00-03 (2012) Mech-Integrity-SIS.pdf
Title : IECSTD - Version 4
Subject : IEC template version 4 - Rev. 2010-05
Author : Sheila Vogtmann
Keywords :

Page: 57

callout systems for unmanned plants remote access remote control The interfaces
between
File : RP44-6.pdf
Title : RP44-6 - AREA CLASSIFICATION TO IP 15
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 19

For pumps in unmanned areas to be considered as having enhanced integrity, there must
File : ISA-RP12.13 PART II-1987.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 23

locations which are unmanned, remote, and/or subject to frequent ac power failures, and
File : ISA-RP12.13 PART II-1987.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 23

locations which are unmanned, remote, and/or subject to frequent ac power failures, and
File : RP24-2.pdf
Title : RP24-2 - FIRE PROTECTION - OFFSHORE
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 114

only required for unmanned areas where loss of the protected system would directly cause
File : RP42-1.pdf
Title : RP 42-1 - PIPING SYSTEMS
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 60

(iii) on unmanned installations where vibration is anticipated, as specified by BP. (


File : RP44-6.pdf
Title : RP44-6 - AREA CLASSIFICATION TO IP 15
Subject :
Author : BP Standards Group
Keywords :

Page: 19

For pumps in unmanned areas to be considered as having enhanced integrity, there must
File : ISGOTT 5 - 13 Human Element Considerations1.pdf
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Subject :
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Page: 2

operating with an Unmanned Machinery Space (UMS), the officer on standby duty, on
File : ISGOTT 5 - 19 Safety and Fire Protection1.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - cContents.doc
Subject :
Author : Mike.ONeill
Keywords :

Page: 3

and property at unmanned locations or at locations having limited numbers of personnel. Fire

Page: 5

provided at remote, unmanned, high-risk facilities, such as pumping stations, control rooms,
and

Page: 9

manned or periodically unmanned. The ability of the emergency response unit at the
File : ISO 15138-2007 Petroleum and natural gas industries-Offshore production
installations- HVAC.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - C041321e.doc
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 16

16 24 60 Unmanned without electrical equipment Utilities module 5 35 80 Unmanned with

5 35 80 Unmanned with electrical equipment Switch rooms 5 35 70 As an

types of batteries. Unmanned Production Modules 5 35 80 It is also recommended that

Page: 65

to serve normally unmanned areas such as double bottoms and void spaces. Where
necessary,
File : ISO 19901-1 Petroleum_and_natural_gas_industries_-
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Subject :
Author :
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Page: 7

for manned and unmanned offshore structures, whatever the type of structure and the nature
File : ISO 19901-2-Petroleum-and-natural-gas-industries-Specific-requirements-
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criteria.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - C034587e.doc
Subject :
Author :
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Page: 6

for manned and unmanned offshore structures, whatever the nature or combination of the
materials
File : ISO 19901-4.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - C034589e.doc
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

for manned and unmanned offshore structures, whatever the type of structure and the
nature
File : ISO 19902 (2007).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - C027507e.doc
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 13

for manned and unmanned offshore structures, whatever the type of structure and the
nature

Page: 19

evacuated, and S3 unmanned. 3.28 load arrangement identification of the position,


magnitude and direction

Page: 34

storm. e) S3 Unmanned The unmanned category refers to a platform that is only

S3 Unmanned The unmanned category refers to a platform that is only manned for

be categorized as unmanned unless 1) visits to the platform are undertaken for specific

Page: 36

L2 L2 S3 Unmanned L1 L2 L3 The exposure level applicable to a structure

Page: 277

e.g. an unmanned platform with inactive flowlines and all wells plugged and abandoned),

Page: 289

classified as S3, unmanned, provided that the activities are scheduled such that all exposure

Page: 301

and barge are unmanned, the extreme environmental conditions are typically selected to
have a

Page: 326

structures that are unmanned or evacuated in severe storms and where other consequences
of
yr for new unmanned installations (exposure level L2) Environment Partial action factor, f,

relate to new, unmanned (or evacuated) structures. For existing structures, the criteria may

Page: 511

ft) which are unmanned during the design environmental event. MC2 refers to larger
structures

Page: 546

reported; however, for unmanned platforms, incidents will sometimes not be noted or
reported. Thus,
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extinguishing installations and equipment on premises
Subject : Series L - Construction, installation and protection of cables and other
elements of outside plant
Author : ITU-T Study Group 6 - Outside plant
Keywords : L.23,L,23

Page: 7

installed: in unmanned buildings or those where the arrival of the fire service
File : Lloyd"s Register rules and regulations part 3(ship structures).pdf
Title : Part 3 - Contents
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 219

barges and pontoons Unmanned barges and pontoons Unrestricted service Service restricted,
see Pt 1,
File : Lloyd"s Register rules and regulations part 4(ship structures).pdf
Title : Part 4, Contents
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 69

to manned or unmanned non-self-propelled ships defined as follows: (a) Barges

1.1.2 Manned or unmanned barges for the carriage of liquid chemicals in bulk and

Page: 70

in holds and unmanned 1,0 0,80 0,70 2.1.2 The requirements of Pt 3,

Page: 160

to manned or unmanned self-propelled or non-self-propelled ships defined as follows:


File : 2013 FOIFL JUNE 2013 Rules and Regulations for the Classification of
aFloating Offshore Installation at a Fixed Location.pdf
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Subject :
Author : tsgpje
Keywords :

Page: 935

be given to unmanned offshore units which are controlled from the shore or from

Page: 961

be given to unmanned units which are controlled from the shore or from another

Page: 985

for example, normally unmanned installations often do not have any dedicated fire-water
pumps).

Page: 1272

below. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items or
equipment

Page: 1273

for example, normally unmanned installations often do not have any dedicated firewater
pumps). 11.3.5
File : 2013 MOU_June 2013 Rules and Regulations for theClassification of Mobile
Offshore Units.pdf
Title : 2013 MOU_p1_In-Cover 070513pe.ai
Subject :
Author : tsgpje
Keywords :

Page: 405

units which are unmanned in transit conditions need not comply with Section 3. 1.1.2

Page: 614

units which are unmanned during towed voyages and transfer moves.2 LLOYDS REGISTER

Page: 931

be given to unmanned offshore units which are controlled from the shore or from

Page: 957

be given to unmanned units which are controlled from the shore or from another
File : Guidance on offshore wind farm certification design, build and
operational requirements.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Guidance on offshore wind farm certification_April
2012_FINAL.doc
Subject :
Author : abnlap
Keywords :

Page: 6

is applicable to unmanned wind turbine facilities only. Unmanned facilities are facilities which
are
turbine facilities only. Unmanned facilities are facilities which are only manned occasionally
for maintenance,

Page: 11

the facility being unmanned, the return period of the extreme environmental actions defined
in

Page: 12

the facility being unmanned, the return period of the various environmental actions defined in
File : Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Ships, July 2013.pdf
Title : Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Ships, July 2013
Subject :
Author : Lloyd"s Register Group Limited
Keywords :

Page: 86

case of an unmanned ship under tow, the data is to be made available

Page: 568

to manned or unmanned non-self-propelled ships defined as follows: (a) Barges

1.1.2 Manned or unmanned barges for the carriage of liquid chemicals in bulk and

Page: 569

in holds and unmanned 1,0 0,80 0,70 2.1.2 The requirements of Pt 3,

Page: 680

to manned or unmanned self-propelled or non-self-propelled ships defined as follows:

Page: 922

requirements (conclusion) Unmanned barges and pontoons Unrestricted service, or service


restricted, see Pt

Page: 1199

requirements (conclusion) Unmanned barges and pontoons Unrestricted service, or service


restricted, see Pt

Page: 1345

to manned or unmanned non-self-propelled ships defined as follows: (a) Barges

1.1.2 Manned or unmanned barges for the carriage of liquid chemicals in bulk and

Page: 1346

in holds and unmanned 1,0 0,80 0,70 2.1.2 The requirements of Pt 3,

Page: 1457

to manned or unmanned self-propelled or non-self-propelled ships defined as follows:

Page: 1868

are serving normally unmanned spaces (e.g., storage rooms, cold rooms, etc.), or
Page: 1934

safe environment. 17.2.3 Unmanned or closed compartments, such as cofferdams, etc.,


associated with plant
for closed or unmanned spaces during process plant operation. 17.2.8 Where equipment for
detecting
File : Rules and Regulations for the Constructionand Classification of Ships for
the Carriageof Liquefied Gases in Bulk (08-2013).pdf
Title : 13 Gases InCover 200213pe.eps
Subject :
Author : tsgpje
Keywords :

Page: 93

area. Boundaries of unmanned forecastle structures not containing high fire risk items or
equipment
File : LR Rule & Relgulation for Classification of floating offshore installation at
fixed location - Regulations (2008).pdf
Title : cover.pdf
Subject :
Author : ttevpz
Keywords :

Page: 643

be given to unmanned offshore units which are controlled from the shore or from

Page: 670

be given to unmanned units which are controlled from the shore or from another
File : LRS Code Lifting Appliance Rules (2003).pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 51

both manned and unmanned. 1.1.2 Derrick cranes are not covered by this Chapter but

Page: 68

ropes used for unmanned submersibles is to be obtained from 3.8.1, but is to

ropes used for unmanned submersibles is to be obtained from 4.8.2 multiplied by 1,25.

Systems for handling unmanned submersibles may be designed on the basis of Section 3.
File : lrsupp.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - LR ACP Final 2003.doc
Subject :
Author : tskcmm
Keywords :

Page: 22

(c) On unmanned cargo barges not fitted with a fixed bilge system, vents
File : NFPA 1, 2009 Edition.pdf
Title :
Subject : ++--**//
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 237

allowed only for unmanned spray operations and for cascading to subsequent unmanned
spray operations.
cascading to subsequent unmanned spray operations. (2) Solid particulates shall be removed
from
File : 0301-01.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 9

. . 3.3.60 Unmanned spaces . . . . . . . . .


File : J-CR-003r1.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - J-cr-003r1.doc
Subject :
Author : FL
Keywords :

Page: 25

2 DYNPOS AUTR Unmanned subsea interventions with ROT Inside hot subsea template 2
DYNPOS
File : Z-013 RISK AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ANALYSIS REV.2 2001.pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Z-013r2.doc
Subject :
Author : cs
Keywords :

Page: 6

design of normally unmanned installations, Norwegian only), Aker report 58357, 21.9.1999
NPD Regulation for

Page: 17

dealing with normally unmanned installations, distinctions also have to be made between
those DSHA
the installation being unmanned. For normally unmanned installations, some DSHAs based
upon DAEs which
unmanned. For normally unmanned installations, some DSHAs based upon DAEs which are
commonly defined

Page: 29

such as normally unmanned installations, it may be required to adopt SBSD as a

Page: 88

installations: Normally Unmanned Installations. Manned installations, in special cases or


conditions, such
for manned or unmanned installations. The most typical use of SBSD is for normally

is for normally unmanned installations, however it may also be used for manned installations

Page: 89

design of normally unmanned installations, Aker report 58357.NORSOK standard Page 88 of


101
File : PP-F-TU-00001 RISK ANALYSIS Rev.2.pdf
Title : PP-F-TU-00001 Rev. 02.doc
Subject :
Author : Aengen
Keywords :

Page: 17

Requirements *) Manned Unmanned DOCUMENT NO.: REVISION NO.: REVISION DATE:


APPROVED: PP-F-TU-
File : C-002 Architectual components and equipment (Edition 3, June 2006).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - C-002e3.doc
Subject :
Author : by68
Keywords :

Page: 17

in external and unmanned area escape routes. Fire equipment cabinets, firemen"s equipment
containers, fire
File : C-004 Helicopter deck on offshore installations (Rev. 1, September
2004).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - C-004r1.doc
Subject :
Author : sn-mcs
Keywords :

Page: 5

type installations, normally unmanned installations, floating installations, production, drilling


and storage vessels. 2 Normative

Page: 11

specified otherwise. All unmanned installations, buoy type of installations and ships, such as
FPSOs,
toe-plate. Normally unmanned installations may be equipped with a 1,5 m wide net

Page: 12

lighting on normally unmanned installation shall be supervised and remotely


activated/deactivated from a

Page: 14

helideck on normally unmanned installations. The system should be operated from a manned
installation.
File : D-001 Drilling facilities (Rev. 2, July 1998).pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 20

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content copying is not allowed.
File : D-002 System requirements well intervention equipment (Rev. 1, Oct.
2000).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - D-002r1.doc
Subject :
Author : cs
Keywords :

Page: 38

area shall be unmanned and equipment remotely operated in normal drilling and tripping
File : I-001 Field instrumentation (Rev. 4, Apr. 2010).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - I-001r4.doc
Subject :
Author : by46
Keywords :

Page: 19

considered on normally unmanned installations. Use of current sink or current source signal
type
File : N-001 Integrity of offshore structures (Edition 5, August 2008).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - NORSOK N-001 Edition 5.doc
Subject :
Author : by14
Keywords :

Page: 17

the facility is unmanned during storms. This will be based on an evaluation as

facilities which are unmanned during storms. Documentation of a facility being unmanned
during storms
a facility being unmanned during storms shall include an assessment showing that the
probability

Page: 22

facilities which are unmanned during storms. 7.3 Selection of materials and fabrication
control When
File : N-006 Assessment of structural integrity for existing offshore load-bearing
structures (Edition 1, March 2009).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - N-006u1.doc
Subject :
Author : by46
Keywords :

Page: 6

should temporarily be unmanned 3.2 Abbreviations ALS accidental limit states API American
Petroleum Institute

Page: 10

e.g. an unmanned facility with inactive flowlines and all wells plugged and abandoned),

Page: 12

requirements to unmanned facilities according to NORSOK N-001 are satisfied; the

shut-down and unmanned during storms. The shut-down and unmanning procedure shall be

shut-down and unmanned based on a threshold which gives an annual probability of

Page: 13

tanks, requirements to unmanned structures in NORSOK N-001 may not be sufficient to

Page: 21

the requirements to unmanned facilities in NORSOK N-001 and to implement unmanning and
File : Risk and emergency preparedness analysis (Rev. 2, Sep. 2001).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Z-013r2.doc
Subject :
Author : cs
Keywords :

Page: 6

design of normally unmanned installations, Norwegian only), Aker report 58357, 21.9.1999
NPD Regulation for

Page: 17

dealing with normally unmanned installations, distinctions also have to be made between
those DSHA
the installation being unmanned. For normally unmanned installations, some DSHAs based
upon DAEs which
unmanned. For normally unmanned installations, some DSHAs based upon DAEs which are
commonly defined

Page: 29

such as normally unmanned installations, it may be required to adopt SBSD as a

Page: 88

installations: Normally Unmanned Installations. Manned installations, in special cases or


conditions, such
for manned or unmanned installations. The most typical use of SBSD is for normally

is for normally unmanned installations, however it may also be used for manned installations

Page: 89

design of normally unmanned installations, Aker report 58357.NORSOK standard Page 88 of


101
File : S-001 Technical safety (Edition 4, February 2008).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - S-001 e4 Ren.doc
Subject :
Author : by14
Keywords :

Page: 22

the NNMI is unmanned. Isolation valves in equalizing lines across ESD valves shall be

Page: 70

Group 3 Normally unmanned Non hazardous by ventilation Smoke in area Port. extinguisher
Mechanical
File : S-002 Working environment (Rev. 4, August 2004).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - S-002r4.doc
Subject :
Author : sn-mcs
Keywords :

Page: 7

operation time. Normally unmanned: work area or workplace that is not permanently or
intermittently

Page: 16

for exposures in unmanned machinery room and helicopter handling where hearing
protection is mandatory

Page: 24

inspection purposes in unmanned machinery rooms while machinery is running. I 5.5.1.0-6 If

in separate room. Unmanned machine rooms with several noise sources shall be separated in

access ways through unmanned machinery rooms to other workplaces. 5.5.2 Noise limits I
5.5.2.0-
enclosed "normally unmanned areas". 5.5.2.0-4 Annex A deals with vibration limits and

Page: 26

limits (normally unmanned areas). 5.5.5.0-9 Higher levels than those given in category

Page: 31

3 110 m Unmanned machinery room U 200 5 - 35 3 110 m

Page: 32

U = normally unmanned 6.2.0-2 b The noise limit refers to background noise

manned and normally unmanned offices in work areas can allow 55 dB (A).

Page: 42

(I); Normally unmanned (U). b To be established according to 4.3. c


File : Z-013 Risk and emergency preparedness analysis (Rev. 2, Sep. 2001).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Z-013r2.doc
Subject :
Author : cs
Keywords :

Page: 6

design of normally unmanned installations, Norwegian only), Aker report 58357, 21.9.1999
NPD Regulation for

Page: 17

dealing with normally unmanned installations, distinctions also have to be made between
those DSHA
the installation being unmanned. For normally unmanned installations, some DSHAs based
upon DAEs which
unmanned. For normally unmanned installations, some DSHAs based upon DAEs which are
commonly defined

Page: 29

such as normally unmanned installations, it may be required to adopt SBSD as a

Page: 88

installations: Normally Unmanned Installations. Manned installations, in special cases or


conditions, such
for manned or unmanned installations. The most typical use of SBSD is for normally

is for normally unmanned installations, however it may also be used for manned installations

Page: 89

design of normally unmanned installations, Aker report 58357.NORSOK standard Page 88 of


101
File : Z-014 Standard cost coding system (SCCS) (Rev. 1, Oct. 2002).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Z-014r1.doc
Subject :
Author : csvendsen
Keywords :

Page: 76

normally serves under unmanned operation. Fig. AEBG-1. Exposed Location Single Bouy
Mooring -

Page: 81

e.g. an unmanned platform) with electrical power. Battery limits for the system are

Page: 146

central platforms and unmanned wellhead platforms. 5.2.5.2 Pull-in and Connection
Operation activities include

Page: 196

remote control of unmanned platforms, subsea production systems and other subsurface
facilities. ELQ Electrohydraulic
remote control of unmanned platforms, subsea production systems and other subsea
facilities. The umbilicals
control/servicing of unmanned platforms, subsea production systems or other subsurface
facilities. Also included
remote control of unmanned platforms, subsea production systems and other subsurface
facilities. NORSOK standard

Page: 197

remote control of unmanned platforms, subsea production systems and other subsurface
facilities. The umbilicals
control/servicing of unmanned platforms, subsea production systems or other subsurface
facilities. The umbilicals
supply to: unmanned platforms, platforms without power generation, subsea facilities,
subsea valve
File : Z-015 Temporary equipment (Rev. 3, June 2004).pdf
Title : Microsoft Word - Z-015r3.doc
Subject :
Author : sn-mcs
Keywords :

Page: 7

2004 3.1.9 normally unmanned neither permanently nor periodically manned 3.1.10 the
company main company

Page: 10

Machinery designed for unmanned operation shall be fitted with an alarm for condition
monitoring

Page: 19

that are normally unmanned and do not contain flammable material, there is no requirement

Page: 22

can be operated unmanned. b) Signals from CCR to container or equipment Depending on

Page: 49

Periodic Normally unmanned NORSOK standard Page 47 of 50


File : 31061111 LOADING FACILITIES FOR BULK ROAD VEHICLES.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 31

be considered. In unmanned terminals or other terminals with increased risks due to spillage

Page: 58

see 9.1.5). At unmanned terminals and terminals with low levels of manpower an automatic

Page: 59

the terminal is unmanned. The system shall be designed to protect the whole surface
File : 31290011 CONDITION MONITORING AND SAFEGUARDING OF ROTATING
EQUIPMENT.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

from manned and unmanned locations) to operations, maintenance and engineering (both
on-site

Page: 22

installed and/or unmanned installations with minimum operational attention, the start-up
sequence of

Page: 28

A remote unmanned installation. An installation where the possibilities for operational


intervention
File : 31297032 GAS TURBINE COMBUSTION AIR INTAKE AND EXHAUST
SYSTEM.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

Control Centre for unmanned installations. The final arrangement of the safeguarding system
shall be
File : 31298030 DIESEL ENGINES.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 34

service, manned or unmanned operation. All solid-state programmable logic monitoring and
protection is
File : 31299030 SPARK IGNITED GAS FUELLED ENGINES.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 35

service, manned or unmanned operation. All solid-state programmable logic monitoring and
protection is
File : 31761010 HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING FOR PLANT
BUILDING.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 14

and are normally unmanned. Although it is preferred that they be located in non-

Page: 15

substations are normally unmanned; they should not be provided with fresh air ventilation
units.
File : 32012010 DATA ACQUISITION AND CONTROL ARCHITECTURE (DACA).pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 12

from remote and unmanned operations In addition to increasing complexity, there is a


definite
towards remote and unmanned operations. The success of remote operations hinges on the
ability

Page: 46

room should be unmanned and remotely operated from consolidated Central Control Rooms.
The slower
File : 32012312 DATA ACQUISITION & CONTROL ARCHITECTURE (DACA)
TECHNICAL CONTROLS REMOTE USER ACCESS.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 9

These are normally unmanned and are located inside fenced areas or on offshore structures.
File : 32012315 DATA ACQUISITION & CONTROL ARCHITECTURE (DACA)
TECHNICAL CONTROLS AUTHENTICATION AND AUTHORISATION.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

on a normally unmanned facility in the desert will require some form of two-

Page: 8

Access 1 Normally unmanned, physically uncontrolled RTU on a wellsite without fences 2


Within
client 3 Normally unmanned, physically controlled Field Auxiliary Room within protected,
fenced area and
File : 32012319 DATA ACQUISITION & CONTROL ARCHITECTURE (DACA) -
TECHNICAL CONTROLS ARCHITECTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
APPLICATIONS UTILISING PRODUCTION DATA.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

is manned or unmanned, the desired smartness state, etc. Therefore it is important to


File : 32014031 SMART FIELDS - PRODUCTION-CRITICAL REAL-TIME DATA.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 13

(manned or unmanned) Level of Instrumentation / Technology applied e.g.


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ideally suited for unmanned or remote installations where early intervention or operator
conformation is
File : 32710012 TELECOMMUNICATIONS FOR OFFSHORE PLATFORMS.pdf
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Page: 5

approval certificate. An unmanned platform has no living accommodation or quarters


provided. 1.4 ABBREVIATIONS

Page: 15

the platform is unmanned. Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not
required PABX
Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not required PABX Required
Not required Platform
shore Required Required Unmanned platforms cover a range of technical complexity from
single wellhead
make visits to unmanned platforms shall be equipped with portable radios for communication
with

Page: 16

OPERATIONAL SERVICES The unmanned platform may either be operated from the shore, or
from
requirements for the unmanned platform are likely to be the same in both cases.

mother platform) An unmanned platform shall be provided with fully automatic local control
and

Page: 17

normal practice for unmanned platforms is to leave the platform unattended and unmanned
for
platform unattended and unmanned for the majority of the time and mount a major
File : 32801010 CLASSIFICATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INSTRUMENTED
PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS.pdf
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Page: 25

installations, manned and unmanned operation, close to or far from the boundary fence. For
File : 32801030 INSTRUMENTED PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS.pdf
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Page: 11

copies. When normally unmanned, the facility fences shall be locked, all building doors shall
File : 33641010 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN.pdf
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Page: 74

that, for normally unmanned installations, a central uninterrupted maintained power supply
should be provided
File : 34110011 SITE PREPARATION AND EARTHWORKS INCLUDING TANK
FOUNDATIONS AND TANK FARMS.pdf
Title :
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Page: 33

bund walls. In unmanned depots or depots left unattended at weekends where there is
File : 34171030 BLAST RESILIENT AND BLAST RESISTANT CONTROL
BUILDINGS FIELD AUXILIARY ROOMS.pdf
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Page: 5

buildings are normally unmanned. 1.2 DISTRIBUTION, INTENDED USE AND REGULATORY
CONSIDERATIONS Unless otherwise authorised

Page: 15

shall normally be unmanned and therefore no offices shall be designed to accommodate


personnel.

Page: 45

minimum all normally unmanned areas and enclosed cabinets, e.g. basements in general,
cavity
system. In the unmanned computer room an automatic clean agent flooding system may be
File : 34171031 LABORATORIES.pdf
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Page: 25

the engines. An unmanned CFR engine room shall be equipped with fire and gas
File : 37051010 DESIGN OF SEAWATER SYSTEMS AND UTILITY HEAT
TRANSFER SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS.pdf
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Page: 12

point. On normally unmanned installations, a minimum flow should be ensured by an


overboard
File : 37051011 DIESEL OIL SYSTEMS IN OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION
FACILITIES.pdf
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Page: 4

covers manned and unmanned, onshore and offshore, drilling, producing and gas
conditioning installations. It

Page: 5

(NNMI) an unmanned platform designed with minimum equipment for high reliability and
minimum

Page: 15

the platform. On unmanned platforms, delivery of diesel to the platform will generally be

Page: 16

used, while on unmanned platforms longer intervals between re-fuelling are the norm (

Page: 25

particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Selection of instruments and electrical


equipment, particularly the required
particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Water draining from the filter coalescer shall be
under

Page: 28

QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITH FORWARDING PUMP 5 UFD TYPICAL


UTILITY FLOW DIAGRAM
QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITHOUT FORWARDING PUMP 6 PEFS TYPICAL
PROCESS ENGINEERING FLOW

Page: 32

quality fuel - unmanned platform with forwarding pump

Page: 33

quality fuel - unmanned platform without forwarding pump


File : 37171011 DESIGN OF OFFSHORE TEMPORARY REFUGES.pdf
Title :
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Page: 8

Requirements for normally unmanned installations are specified in (4.4.1). 2.2 FUNCTIONAL
REQUIREMENTS The

Page: 13

situations. With normally unmanned installations, it shall be established that personnel who
are present

Page: 33

and lighting on unmanned installations should be derived from the expected visitation
frequency and
File : 37190030 FIXED STEEL OFFSHORE STRUCTURES.pdf
Title :
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Page: 7

manned evacuated or unmanned and medium consequence, see Table 6.6.1) the abnormal
water level
File : 63100811 FIELD COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATIONS AND EQUIPMENT.pdf
Title :
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Author :
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Page: 44

offshore, manned or unmanned, should be taken into account. d) The use of long
File : 70481130 PROTECTIVE COATINGS FOR OFFSHORE FACILITIES.pdf
Title :
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Author :
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Page: 4

than 25 years, unmanned offshore installations and parts difficult to access for maintenance
after
File : 80451010 DESIGN OF PRESSURE RELIEF, FLARE AND VENT SYSTEMS.pdf
Title :
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Author :
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Page: 32

E&P facilities, unmanned or remote facilities, the flare liquids pump-out system may
File : 80451012 EMERGENCY DEPRESSURING AND SECTIONALIZING.pdf
Title :
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Page: 7

starting point. For unmanned offshore facilities, the applications of emergency depressuring
systems shall be
File : 80471012 WATER-BASED FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE
FACILITIES.pdf
Title :
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Page: 5

environments, from simple unmanned structures which may not justify firewater systems to
complex platforms

Page: 7

NUI - Normally Unmanned Installation PEFS - Process Engineering Flow Scheme PFP -
Passive

Page: 21

- manned or unmanned - level of risk - range of actuation - consequences

Page: 28

sequence. On Normally Unmanned Installations (NUI) the firewater main may be normally
dry

Page: 69

supply or on unmanned offshore facilities, the helideck foam monitors (where installed)
should
File : 80471030 ASSESSMENT OF THE FIRE SAFETY OF ONSHORE
INSTALLATIONS.pdf
Title :
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Author :
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Page: 34

control rooms, in unmanned computer rooms and in fire-hazardous material stores. 4.5.2
Means

Page: 56

areas are normally unmanned. A wide variety of products are transferred with these pumps.

Page: 59

the jetty is unmanned, additional instrumented supervision, in the form of CCTV, as well

Page: 62

fires in the unmanned parts of a control centre may damage equipment and/or

in all normally unmanned critical areas such as the auxiliary rooms, computer and computer

Page: 63

FARs are normally unmanned. Unnoticed fires in a FAR may damage equipment and/or

stations are normally unmanned. They may be located in or very close to hazardous

Page: 64

Battery rooms are unmanned spaces inside control room buildings and FARs. They contain
large
stations In normally unmanned fire stations the installing of conventional smoke detectors
shall be

Page: 65

houses In normally unmanned fire-water pump houses the installing of fire detection above

in a normally unmanned well-ventilated enclosure. Electrical equipment in the enclosure


complies with

Page: 66

For the normally unmanned training centre the installing of conventional smoke and fire
detectors
rooms are normally unmanned and have a high degree of fire resistance, which makes
File : 80471032 FIRE-FIGHTING AGENTS AND MOVABLE FIRE FIGHTING
EQUIPMENT FOR ONSHORE APPLICATIONS.pdf
Title :
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Page: 8

water-miscible fuels. unmanned area/room space which is intended for unoccupied use and

Page: 28

flammable liquid fuels, unmanned computer rooms, and ordinary combustibles such as paper,
wood and
File : 80800012 OFFSHORE PRODUCTION INSTALLATIONS - REQUIREMENTS
AND GUIDELINES FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE.pdf
Title :
Subject :
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Page: 4

installations that are unmanned. The content of this DEP may assist in developing such
File : 31297032.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

Control Centre for unmanned installations. The final arrangement of the safeguarding system
shall be
File : 31298030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 34

service, manned or unmanned operation. All solid-state programmable logic monitoring and
protection is
File : 31299030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 35

service, manned or unmanned operation. All solid-state programmable logic monitoring and
protection is
File : 31400010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

Extended to cover unmanned platforms 6th para 1.6 COMMENTS ON THIS DEP Comments
on

Page: 18

connected to an unmanned platform, a riser ESD and SSIV SHALL [PS] be


File : 31761010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 14

and are normally unmanned. Although it is preferred that they be located in non-

Page: 15

substations are normally unmanned; they should not be provided with fresh air ventilation
units.
File : 32012010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 12

from remote and unmanned operations In addition to increasing complexity, there is a


definite
towards remote and unmanned operations. The success of remote operations hinges on the
ability

Page: 46

room should be unmanned and remotely operated from consolidated Central Control Rooms.
The slower
File : 32012310.pdf
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Author :
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Page: 20

inside a normally unmanned building, an intruder has more time and means available to
File : 32012312.pdf
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Author :
Keywords :

Page: 9

These are normally unmanned and are located inside fenced areas or on offshore structures.
File : 32012315.pdf
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Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

on a normally unmanned facility in the desert will require some form of two-

Page: 8

Access 1 Normally unmanned, physically uncontrolled RTU on a wellsite without fences 2


Within
client 3 Normally unmanned, physically controlled Field Auxiliary Room within protected,
fenced area and
File : 32012319.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

is manned or unmanned, the desired smartness state, etc. Therefore it is important to


File : 32014031.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 13

(manned or unmanned) Level of Instrumentation / Technology applied e.g.


File : 32292010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

and/or for unmanned installations with minimum operational attention, the start-up sequence
of
File : 32302011.pdf
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Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 15

Manned / unmanned, accessibility, occupancy, etc Fire class as per table below

Page: 17

Yes (4) Unmanned Processing Plant Yes (4) (1) Yes (2)

Page: 18

highly hazardous or unmanned areas with limited direct visibility. 4.2.1 Optical Flame
Detectors Multi-

Page: 50

is manned or unmanned, the complexity of the process (e.g. processing plants


File : 32315013.pdf
Title :
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Author :
Keywords :

Page: 10

shelters are deemed unmanned buildings. Climate conditions in the shelter shall comply with
the
File : 32710012.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 5

approval certificate. An unmanned platform has no living accommodation or quarters


provided. 1.4 ABBREVIATIONS

Page: 15

the platform is unmanned. Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not
required PABX
Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not required PABX Required
Not required Platform
shore Required Required Unmanned platforms cover a range of technical complexity from
single wellhead
make visits to unmanned platforms shall be equipped with portable radios for communication
with

Page: 16

OPERATIONAL SERVICES The unmanned platform may either be operated from the shore, or
from
requirements for the unmanned platform are likely to be the same in both cases.

mother platform) An unmanned platform shall be provided with fully automatic local control
and

Page: 17

normal practice for unmanned platforms is to leave the platform unattended and unmanned
for
platform unattended and unmanned for the majority of the time and mount a major
File : 32801030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 11

copies. When normally unmanned, the facility fences shall be locked, all building doors shall
File : 33641010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 76

that, for normally unmanned installations, a central uninterrupted maintained power supply
should be provided
File : 34110011.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 33

bund walls. In unmanned depots or depots left unattended at weekends where there is
File : 34171030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 5

buildings are normally unmanned. This is a revision of the DEP with the same

Page: 14

shall normally be unmanned and therefore no offices shall be designed to accommodate


personnel.

Page: 37

minimum all normally unmanned areas and enclosed cabinets, e.g. basements in general,
cavity
system. In the unmanned computer room an automatic clean agent flooding system may be
File : 34171031.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 25

the engines. An unmanned CFR engine room shall be equipped with fire and gas
File : 37051010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 12

point. On normally unmanned installations, a minimum flow should be ensured by an


overboard
File : 37051011.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

covers manned and unmanned, onshore and offshore, drilling, producing and gas
conditioning installations. It

Page: 5

(NNMI) an unmanned platform designed with minimum equipment for high reliability and
minimum

Page: 15

the platform. On unmanned platforms, delivery of diesel to the platform will generally be

Page: 16

used, while on unmanned platforms longer intervals between re-fuelling are the norm (

Page: 25

particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Selection of instruments and electrical


equipment, particularly the required
particularly applicable to unmanned facilities. Water draining from the filter coalescer shall be
under

Page: 28

QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITH FORWARDING PUMP 5 UFD TYPICAL


UTILITY FLOW DIAGRAM
QUALITY FUEL - UNMANNED PLATFORM WITHOUT FORWARDING PUMP 6 PEFS TYPICAL
PROCESS ENGINEERING FLOW

Page: 32

quality fuel - unmanned platform with forwarding pump

Page: 33

quality fuel - unmanned platform without forwarding pump


File : 37171011.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

Requirements for normally unmanned installations are specified in (4.4.1). 2.2 FUNCTIONAL
REQUIREMENTS The

Page: 12

situations. With normally unmanned installations, it SHALL [PS] be established that personnel
who

Page: 32

and lighting on unmanned installations should be derived from the expected visitation
frequency and
File : 37190030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 6

manned evacuated or unmanned and medium consequence, see Table 6.6.1) the abnormal
water level
File : 63100811.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 44

offshore, manned or unmanned, should be taken into account. d) The use of long
File : 70481130.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

than 25 years, unmanned offshore installations and parts difficult to access for maintenance
after
File : 80451010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 32

E&P facilities, unmanned or remote facilities, the flare liquids pump-out system may
File : 80451012.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

starting point. For unmanned offshore facilities, the applications of emergency depressuring
systems shall be
File : 80471012.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 5

environments, from simple unmanned structures which may not justify firewater systems to
complex platforms

Page: 7

NUI - Normally Unmanned Installation PEFS - Process Engineering Flow Scheme PFP -
Passive

Page: 22

- manned or unmanned - level of risk - range of actuation - consequences

Page: 29

sequence. On Normally Unmanned Installations (NUI) the firewater main may be normally
dry

Page: 71

supply or on unmanned offshore facilities, the helideck foam monitors (where installed)
should
File : 80471030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 57

areas are normally unmanned. A wide variety of products are transferred with these pumps.

Page: 60

the jetty is unmanned, additional instrumented supervision, in the form of CCTV, as well

Page: 63

fires in the unmanned parts of a control centre may damage equipment and/or

in all normally unmanned critical areas such as the auxiliary rooms, computer and computer

Page: 64

FARs are normally unmanned. Unnoticed fires in a FAR may damage equipment and/or

stations are normally unmanned. They may be located in or very close to hazardous

Page: 65

Battery rooms are unmanned spaces inside control room buildings and FARs. They contain
large
stations In normally unmanned fire stations the installing of conventional smoke detectors
shall be

Page: 66

houses In normally unmanned firewater pump houses the installing of fire detection above
the
in a normally unmanned well-ventilated enclosure. Electrical equipment in the enclosure
complies with

Page: 67

For the normally unmanned training centre the installing of conventional smoke and fire
detectors
rooms are normally unmanned and have a high degree of fire resistance, which makes
File : 80471032.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

water-miscible fuels. unmanned area/room space which is intended for unoccupied use and

Page: 28

flammable liquid fuels, unmanned computer rooms, and ordinary combustibles such as paper,
wood and
File : 80800012.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

installations that are unmanned. The content of this DEP may assist in developing such
File : 31061111.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 21

ESD) valve In unmanned terminals or other terminals with increased risks due to spillage

Page: 32

fighting facilities At unmanned terminals and terminals with low manning levels, an automatic
foam
the terminal is unmanned. The system shall be designed to protect the whole surface

Page: 33

in case of unmanned depot operations. 9.1.8 Emergency shower and eye wash At least
File : 31290011.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 4

from manned and unmanned locations) to operations, maintenance and engineering (both
on-site
File : 31297032.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 9

Control Centre for unmanned installations The Vendor shall be responsible for providing data
so
File : 31298030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 34

service, manned or unmanned operation. All solid-state programmable logic monitoring and
protection is
File : 31299030.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 35

service, manned or unmanned operation. All solid-state programmable logic monitoring and
protection is
File : 31400010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 22

well as for unmanned platforms, for all fluid categories. It should be located below
File : 31761010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 14

and are normally unmanned. Although it is preferred that they be located in non-

Page: 15

substations are normally unmanned; they should not be provided with fresh air ventilation
units.
File : 32012010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 12

from remote and unmanned operations In addition to increasing complexity, there is a


definite
towards remote and unmanned operations. The success of remote operations hinges on the
ability

Page: 46

room should be unmanned and remotely operated from consolidated Central Control Rooms.
The slower
File : 32012310.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 20

inside a normally unmanned building, an intruder has more time and means available to
File : 32012312.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 9

These are normally unmanned and are located inside fenced areas or on offshore structures.
File : 32012315.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 7

on a normally unmanned facility in the desert will require some form of two-

Page: 8

Access 1 Normally unmanned, physically uncontrolled RTU on a wellsite without fences 2


Within
client 3 Normally unmanned, physically controlled Field Auxiliary Room within protected,
fenced area and
File : 32012319.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 8

is manned or unmanned, the desired smartness state, etc. Therefore it is important to


File : 32014031.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 13

(manned or unmanned) Level of Instrumentation / Technology applied e.g.


File : 32302011.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 16

Manned / unmanned, accessibility, occupancy, etc Fire class as per table below

Page: 46

is manned or unmanned, the complexity of the process (e.g. processing plants


File : 32315013.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 10

shelters are deemed unmanned buildings. Climate conditions in the shelter shall comply with
the
File : 32710012.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 5

approval certificate. An unmanned platform has no living accommodation or quarters


provided. 1.4 ABBREVIATIONS

Page: 15

the platform is unmanned. Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not
required PABX
Equipment Manned platform Unmanned platform PA Required Not required PABX Required
Not required Platform
shore Required Required Unmanned platforms cover a range of technical complexity from
single wellhead
make visits to unmanned platforms shall be equipped with portable radios for communication
with

Page: 16

OPERATIONAL SERVICES The unmanned platform may either be operated from the shore, or
from
requirements for the unmanned platform are likely to be the same in both cases.

mother platform) An unmanned platform shall be provided with fully automatic local control
and

Page: 17

normal practice for unmanned platforms is to leave the platform unattended and unmanned
for
platform unattended and unmanned for the majority of the time and mount a major
File : 32801014.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 14

partially manned or unmanned) and the automation systems deployed (e.g., DCS or

Page: 17

of remotely managed, unmanned or limited manned site, the site alarm philosophy shall
include
File : 33641010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 68

that, for normally unmanned installations, a central uninterrupted maintained power supply
should be provided
File : 33642010.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 31

30 d for unmanned facilities If multiple standby generators are provided with each capable
File : 34110011.pdf
Title :
Subject :
Author :
Keywords :

Page: 33

bund walls. In unmanned depots or depots left unattended at weekends where there is