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INSPECTA INTERNATIONAL GROUP

EMERGENCY PROCEDURE

Revision Date Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approved by:

QHSE Manager Operations Manager Managing Director

Mahmoud Al-
07 15/01/2015 Shajahan Nawabjan Pareeth Rawther
Shehry

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1.0.REVISIONHISTORY

S. No Current Sections Details of Revision


Date
Revision Revised
Document issued only for employee
1 00 All Sections 23/03/2000
consultation and management review

2 01 All Sections For implementation. 06/05/2000

Emergency Contact Numbers 15/06/2003


3 02 Appendix -1
Risk Assessment,
4 03 All Sections Emergency contact Numbers. 01/02/2006
Responsibilities.
5 04 Appendix -1
Emergency Contact Numbers 01/11/2010
Section -2 Index
6 05
Appendix -3 Emergency Plan for offshore & Onshore 22/12/2011

7 06 Appendix -1 Emergency contact Numbers. 15/01/2015

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INDEX

1 HSEMS Expectations covered by this procedure


2 Hazard Identification
3 Risk Assessment
4 Risk Assessment Results
5 Emergency Actions and Emergency Plan Back Ground
6 Emergency Response Procedure Scope
7 Authority and Responsibilities
8 Actions in the event of an emergency
9 Emergency Response Planning
10 Emergency communications equipment
11 Communications with Inspecta clients & Other People
12 Protection and rescue systems
13 Emergency drills and exercises
14 First aid/medical facilities in event of an emergency
15 Post emergency planning
16 Post emergency investigation
19 Appendix 1 Emergency Contingency plan- In Store and Onshore
20 Appendix 2 Emergency Contingency plan- Offices
21 Appendix 3 Emergency Contingency plan- In Offshore and Onshore Rigs
22 Appendix 4 Emergency Contact Numbers

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1.0. HSEMSExpectations

HSE procedures are in place at all levels and are implemented as part of the normal
business routines.

Hazardous activities and events shall be identified. The consequences arising from
an occurrence shall be assessed. This shall be a normal business activity.

Ensure that potential emergency scenarios and their impact are regularly assessed.

That emergency response and contingency plans are in place, up to date and are
understood by those personnel who will respond or who may be affected.

The resources needed to respond are defined, available, ready for use, and are
regularly maintained and tested.

Regular exercises are conducted to test the efficiency of personnel, resources,


communications and the effectiveness of the emergency response and contingency
plans.

Contact with external bodies holding HSE responsibilities is established and


maintained.

Managers are knowledgeable of HSE issues in relation to their locations, emergency


situations and crises and are aware of the requirements.

Procedures are in place to ensure that HSE training and experience requirements
for allocated assignments are defined and documented.

Training is provided to meet HSE job requirements and HSEMS expectations.

Staffs are assessed annually for competence. Nominated staffs who perform critical
HSE assignments are evaluated for competency.

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2.0. HazardIdentification

Following are the Hazards that Inspecta identified which arising from its various activities.

1. Physical Hazards:

1. Radio Activity
2. Slips/Trips/Falls
3. Falling from height
4. Falling objects
5. Collision with objects
6. Trapping, Crushing under or between objects
7. Manual Handling
8. Electricity
9. Suffocation/Drowning
10. Fire
11. Sun light /UV Rays
13. Traveling
14. Using Lifts & Hoists
15. Noise/Vibration
17. Liquid Gas under pressure
18. Hot materials
19. Equipment generating sparks
20. Hot materials

2. Chemical Hazards

1. H2S
2. Solvents used for film developing
3. Improper disposal of chemicals
4. Fire and explosion due to inflammable liquids and gas.
5. Acids used for film developing.
6. Smoke from fuel burning, and transports.
7. Dust.
8. Vapour from heating process
9. Handling of gases process welding and testing etc.

3. Ergonomic Hazards

1. Improperly designed Tools


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2. Use of Wrong Tools


2. Poor lay out
3. Wrong work methods

4. Biological Hazards

1. Pollens /Insects from


2. Poor maintenance of food and unhygienic (Bacteria & Fungi)

5. Psychological Hazards:

1. Stress.
2. Violence.

6. New Type of Hazard:

Any new type of hazard which arise from

1. Any change or new equipments used for the companies activities.


2. New process for the same of different activities.
3. New areas of work and different climatic and different process conditions.

Shall be notified by the relevant personnel and recorded in the risk register. The site
supervisors are in charge to update all different and new type of hazards noticed from
company's activities.

Acute and Chronic Effects:

Acute Health Effects shall be identified by all the Inspecta personnel Like H2S,
Electricity, and Fire. Immediate actions shall be taken by site supervisors to provide
medical treatment. Emergency response actions shall be taken immediately to prevent
further causes from the incidents or accidents.

All Hazards related to Chronic Health Effects shall be taken in to consideration to


prevent them occurring from the activities. Adequate protective measures shall be
provided for radioactive storage, handling and usage.

Inspecta shall provide periodic medical checkup to those who work with ionizing
radiation and provide proper treatment. QHSE Manager and Operations Manager are
responsible for arrangement and provision of medical treatment.

3.0. RISK ASSESSMENT:

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Site supervisors along with experienced personnel shall make suitable and sufficient risk
assessment in their activities.

A. That they shall ensure relevant hazards are identified


B. Address what actually happened in the work place.

Site Supervisors along with experienced personnel shall make Risk Assessment

1. When they have taken place


2. There are changes to work place
3. Changes to new equipment
4. When there are significant personnel changes
5. Changes of regulations or codes of practice.

Priority of Risk Assessment

Based on the assessment the risk shall be prioritized as per the nature of its effect.

1. High Priority
2. Medium Priority
3. Low Priority

Site Managers, Inspection Personnel, and QHSE Manager of Inspecta shall make Risk
Assessment based on following steps.

Steps of Assessment of Risks

1. Identification of Hazards
2. Decide who might be affected and how
3. Evaluate the risks and decide whether the existing precautions are sufficient or new
precautions are needed.
4. Record the findings
5. Review the findings or revise if necessary.

Risk Rating:

Following methods shall be utilized by relevant Inspecta personnel for Risk Rating.

The frequency with which the risk in question has been identified during the course of the
Assessment F
Maximum Potential Loss (Severity) MPL
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The probability of Occurrence P


Risk Rating = Frequency x (MPL + Probability)

Maximum Potential Loss (MPL) rated on 50 point Scale

S.No Nature of Injury Scale


1 Multi Fatality 50
2 Single Fatality 45
3 Total Disablement 40
4 Loss of Eye 35
5 Arm of Leg Amputation 30
6 Hand or Foot Amputation 25
7 Loss of Hearing 20
8 Broken Limb 15
9 Deep Laceration 10
10 Bruising 5
11 Scratch 1

Probability Also rated on a 50 point scale

S.No Frequency of Injury Scale


1 Imminent 50
2 Hourly 35
3 Daily 25
4 Once in a week 15
5 Once in a month 10
7 Once in a year 5
8 Over 5 years 1

Risk Rating:

S. No In Rating Urgency of Action


1 80-100 Immediate
2 60-79 Today
3 40-59 Within two days
4 20-39 Within one week
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5 10- 19 Within one month


7 0-9 Within three months

4.0. Risk Assessment results

Radio Activity:

Probability of occurrence: High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Medium
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Exposure of Radio Active Isotope due to improper handling, missing, improper
closing of the projector, not following the procedures.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Fatigue, body pain, cancer, and effect to reproductive organs.

Controls in place to reduce Risk ; Trained and certified personnel, Toolbox talks, Use of
radioactive procedures, use of radioactive source identification equipment (ex: Dosimeters,
Survey Meter, Radiation Alarms, lead Aprons , and Lead bags)

Use of safety lights, Information of source to all personnel and other people, implementing
the local statutes. , monitoring the source effect by TLD Analysis, Routine medical checkup.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents

Information, Training, Instruction and Supervision of the personnel. Emergency procedure


and emergency response plans in place. Regular emergency exercises and drills for the
personnel.

Slips/Trips/Falls: Store

Probability of occurrence; Low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low

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Severity Level Environment Low


Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Material Handling, Heavy material transportation, at the time of performing


activities, Wet floors, Floors with unclean chemicals.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Sprain, bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body
sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Toolbox talks, Safety promotion, Information,


supervision, Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all
times. Regular site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision
of proper medical facilities,

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents

Slips/Trips/Falls: Office

Probability of occurrence; Low.


Severity level People Low
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Low

Overall Risk Level = Low

Causes: Material Handling, Heavy material transportation, At the time of performing


activities, Wet floors, Floors with unclean chemicals.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Sprain, bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body
sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Toolbox talks, Safety promotion, Information, supervision,
Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper medical
facilities.

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Slips/Trips/Falls: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium
Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Material Handling, Heavy material transportation, at the time of performing


activities, walking along the side of pipe lines.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Sprain, bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body
sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Toolbox talks, Safety promotion, Information, supervision,
Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper medical
facilities.

Fall from Height: Offshore/ Onshore Rigs and Barges

Probability of occurrence; high.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation high
Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Abseiling inspection, working with cranes, Working with ropes, lifts, stands,
pillars, Tanks, and under another person

Effects: Headache, Sprain, bone fracture, giddiness injury to head and body, sometimes
death.

Persons who may be affected: Abseiling personnel, personnel who perform the inspection
activities, and third parties.

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Controls in place to reduce Risk;


Required safety equipment like safety harnesses, fall arrests, karabiners, links, hooks, ropes.
Rope access equipment usage shall be with IRATA requirements and regular maintenance
of rope access equipment and materials.

Toolbox talks, Safety Information of sites, safety information to use equipment, supervision,
Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, Inspections and provision of proper medical
facilities.

HSE Auditing ,to identify the lack of arrangements which include planning, implementation,
proactive and reactive monitoring, incident/Accident analysis and discussion of issues in
HSE Management Review meetings.

Fall from Height: Office

Probability of occurrence: Low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation high

Overall Risk Level = Low

Causes: Climbing on to the 1st Floor, Maintenance works.

Effects: giddiness, Sprain, bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body, some times death.

Persons who may be affected: Office Personnel, maintenance personnel, clients and third
parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Regular maintenance, Information, supervision,


Instruction and training to the inspection personnel. Emergency procedures, plans and
numbers available at all times. Regular usage of PPE by all the maintenance personnel and
adequate medical facilities.

Creating awareness by meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Hazards/ near
misses/ incidents /and accidents notification, emergency exercise, tool box meetings, by the
Office personnel.

HSE Auditing ,to identify the lack of arrangements which include planning, implementation,
proactive and reactive monitoring, HSE Inspections, incident/Accident analysis and
conduction of HSE Management Review meetings by the QA/QHSE Manager.

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Fall from Height: Ware House

Probability of occurrence: Low.


Severity level People Medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation high

Overall Risk Level = Low"

Causes: Climbing on the containers, pipe lines, Work on the stands, lifting isotope projectors
from the pit.

Effects: Sprain, bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body.

Persons who may be affected: Store keeper, personnel who do the inspection activities and
third parties who visit the store.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Regular maintenance, Toolbox talks, Safety Information,
supervision, Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all
times. Regular visits by QA/QHSE Manager, and provision of proper medical facilities.
Creating awareness by meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation of
the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Falling Objects: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of Occurrence: medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation high

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Abseiling inspection, working with cranes, Working with ropes, lifts, stands,
pillars, Tanks, and under another person

Effects: Headache, giddiness injury to head and body, sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: IRATA personnel, personnel who do the inspection
activities, and third parties.

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Controls in place to reduce Risk;


Required safety equipment like safety harnesses, fall arrests, karabiners, links, hooks, ropes.
All equipment shall be with IRATA requirements.
Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision, Instruction and training of the personnel.
Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular site visits by site supervisor/QHSE
Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper medical facilities.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Falling Objects: Office

Probability of occurrence; low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation medium
Overall Risk Level = Low

Causes: Working with Electrical Equipment and maintenance works.


Effects: Headache, giddiness bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body.
Persons who may be affected: Office Personnel, maintenance personnel, clients and
third parties.
Controls in place to reduce Risk; Proper maintenance, Toolbox talks, Safety Information,
supervision, Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all
times. Inspections and provision of proper medical facilities.

Creating awareness by meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation of
the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Falling Objects: Store

Probability of occurrence: low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes : Working with Electrical Equipment and maintenance works. Transportation of


Equipment and Materials.

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Effects : Headache, giddiness bone fracture, injury to head and leg and body.

Persons who may be affected: Store keeper, personnel who do the inspection activities and
third parties who visit the store.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Regular maintenance, Toolbox talks, Safety Information,
supervision, Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all
times. Regular visits by QA/ QHSE Manager, and provision of proper medical facilities.

Creating awareness by meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation of
the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Collision with Objects: Store

Probability of occurrence: low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Low

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes : Working in between objects, under maintenance works. Transportation of


Equipment and Materials, loading and when un loading of materials.

Effects : Headache, giddiness bone fracture, injury to head ,leg and body.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision,


Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper
medical facilities.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Collision with Objects: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; high.

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Severity level People medium


Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Low

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Working in between objects, under maintenance works. Transportation of


Equipment and Materials, loading and unloading of materials.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Bone fracture, injury to head, leg and body, sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision,


Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times.
Regular site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of
proper medical facilities.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news.
Motivation of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss
reports/incidents/accidents.
Trapping or Crushing between Objects: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; Low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Working in between objects, under maintenance works. Transportation of


Equipment and Materials, loading and when un loading of materials.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Bone fracture, injury to head, leg and body, sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision,


Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper
medical facilities.

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Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Manual Handling: Store

Probability of occurrence; medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Lifting Equipment and materials, transportation, and handling for usage.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Sprain, Bone fracture, injury to head, leg and body, sometimes
death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision,


Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper
medical facilities.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Manual Handling: Office

Probability of occurrence; low.


Severity level People low
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation medium

Overall Risk Level = Low

Causes: Lifting office accessories, and stationeries for transportation, and handling for
usage.

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Effects: Headache, giddiness, Sprain, Bone fracture, injury to head, leg and body.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision,


Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper
medical facilities.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

Manual Handling: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Lifting Equipment and materials, transportation, and handling for usage.

Effects: Headache, giddiness, Sprain, Bone fracture, injury to head, leg and body.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Toolbox talks, Safety Information, supervision,


Instruction and training of the personnel. Emergency numbers available at all times. Regular
site visits by site supervisor/QHSE Manager, and Inspections and provision of proper
medical facilities.

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports/incidents/accidents.

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Electricity: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Medium
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Not following the safety rules and procedures, loose connections, uncovered joints,
fire, water, defected switches & electrical equipment, not using PPE.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Provision of proper electrical switches, Detection


systems, Fire indicators, and fire extinguishers. Evacuation procedure shall be in place and
communicated to personnel, emergency exits to be allocated, Smoking shall be prohibited in
risky areas. Client procedures and resources to be in place.

Regular drills and exercises for emergency and usage of fire extinguishers. Evacuation routes
shall be defined. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Electricity: Store

Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Medium
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = medium

Causes: Not following the safety rules and procedures, loose connections, uncovered joints,
fire, water, defected switches, &electrical equipment not using PPE.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Provision of proper electrical switches, Detection


systems, Fire indicators, and fire extinguishers. Evacuation procedure shall be in place and

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communicated to personnel, emergency exits to be allocated, Smoking shall be prohibited in


risky areas. Client procedures and resources to be in place.

Regular drills and exercises for emergency and usage of fire extinguishers. Evacuation routes
shall be defined. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Electricity: Office

Probability of occurrence; Low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low

Severity Level Environment Low


Severity Level Reputation Medium"

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Not following the safety rules and procedures, loose connections, uncovered joints,
defected switches, electrical equipment not using PPE.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Provision of proper electrical switches, Detection


systems, Fire indicators, and fire extinguishers. Evacuation procedure shall be in place and
communicated to personnel, emergency exits to be allocated, Smoking shall be prohibited in
risky areas. Client procedures and resources to be in place.

Regular drills and exercises for emergency and usage of fire extinguishers. Evacuation routes
shall be defined. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Work Over Water: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low

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Severity Level Environment Low


Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Personnel who dont have sea survival training, not following the safety rules and
procedures, not using PPE, Lack of knowledge about the areas, epilepsy, giddiness and
Health problems.

Effects: Suffocation, injury to head, leg and body some times death.

Persons who may be affected: IRATA personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Trained and certified personnel, PPE-distribution,


Provision of Off shore survival training to all offshore personnel. Toolbox talks, Pro-active
Supervision, and Emergency response plans.

Fire: Store:

Probability of occurrence : Low.


Severity level People High

Severity Level Assets High

Severity Level Environment Low


Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Due to inflammable liquids, Solids, Gases, Hydrogen, Failure of Cables, Winding,
Short Circuits in electrical system and not following the safety rules and procedures.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body, some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Fire Detection systems shall be in place, Fire equipment
to be provided, evacuation procedure defined and communicated to personnel, No smoking
area, no flammable liquids/gases, and prohibition of ignition sources. Provision of Regular
drills and exercises. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Regular drills and exercises for emergency and usage of fire extinguishers. Evacuation
routes shall be defined. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

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Fire: Offices

Probability of occurrence; Low.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets High
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Due to inflammable liquids, Solids, Gases, Hydrogen, Failure of Cables, Winding,
Short Circuits in electrical system.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Fire Detection systems shall be in place, Fire equipment
to be provided, evacuation procedure defined and communicated to personnel, No smoking
area, no flammable liquids/gases, prohibition of ignition sources. provision of Regular
drills and exercises. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Regular drills and exercises for emergency and usage of fire extinguishers. Evacuation routes
shall be defined. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Fire: Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence: High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets High
Severity Level Environment Medium
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Due to inflammable liquids, Solids, Gases, Hydrogen, Failure of Cables, Winding
, Short Circuits in electrical system.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Fire Detection systems shall be in place, Fire equipment
to be provided, evacuation procedure defined and communicated to personnel, No smoking
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area, no flammable liquids/gases, prohibition of ignition sources. provision of Regular


drills and exercises. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Regular drills and exercises for emergency and usage of fire extinguishers. Evacuation routes
shall be defined. Insurance coverage and medical facilities shall be provided.

Sun light/ UV Rays

Probability of occurrence; High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets High
Severity Level Environment Medium

Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: job nature, exposure to sunlight, not using PPE. Hot climatic conditions.

Effects: giddiness, muscular pain, headache, pressure, loss of water in the body, fever,
sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Provision and Regular usage of PPE, Provision of water
and rest place for the personnel. Training, supervision and information about the nature of
the job.
Provision of medical facilities and periodical medical checkup. Provision of first aid
facilities.

Probability of occurrence: Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Medium
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium"

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: job nature, climatic conditions, using alcohols, not following traffic rules, over
load, improper maintenance of the vehicles, and inexperienced drivers.

Effects: giddiness, muscular pain, Sprain, headache, pressure, if leads to accident or incident,
injury to head and body, fracture to bones, sometimes death.

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Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Training and proper information of the road, routes, and
local traffic law. Prevention of alcohols at driving, supervision and communication of the
vehicles .Prevention of the over load, proper maintenance of the vehicles, and experienced
drivers.

Helicopter Traveling: Off shore / On shore Sites/Rigs

Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low

Severity Level Environment Low


Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: climatic conditions, using alcohols, not following helicopter rules, over load, not
following safety rules regulations.

Effects: giddiness, muscular pain, Sprain, headache, pressure, if leads to accident or incident,
injury to head and body, fracture to bones, sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Information, Training, Instruction and following the
helicopter safety rules and regulations,

Prevention of alcohols and smoking .prevention of mobile phones at the time of traveling.

Using Lifts and Hoists: Off shore / On shore Sites/Rigs

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Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Age, Improper maintenance, electrical failure, over load, physical fitness of the
persons, not using PPE. Smoking, Mechanical default, and Improper operation.

Effects: giddiness, headache, pressure, if leads to accident or incident, injury to head and
body, fracture to bones, sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Trained and certified personnel, PPE Provided, Toolbox
talks, HSE promotion, Emergency response plans deployed. Provision of proper electrical
switches, Detection

Systems, Fire indicators, and fire extinguishers. Evacuation procedure shall be in place and
communicated to personnel, emergency exits to be allocated, Smoking shall be prohibited.

Regular checkup of the machineries, and periodical maintenance,

Regular drills and exercises for emergency response. Provision of medical facilities
emergency contact numbers and plans shall be in the site.

Noise/Vibration Off shore / On shore Sites/Rigs

Probability of occurrence: Medium.


Severity level People Medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Low

Causes: Improper maintenance of the vehicles, nature of the machineries, Mechanical


default, and improper operation of the machineries. Job under noisy areas, and traveling.
Effects: Headache, pressure, and Fatigue

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Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: PPE Provision, Toolbox talks, Regular check up and
periodical maintenance, of the machineries, and vehicles.

Handling New Equipment/ Process- Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Probability of occurrence; Medium.


Severity level People Medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Medium
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = medium

Causes: Lack of training, supervision, instruction and knowledge not following of MSDS,
relevant safety rules and procedures. Not following equipment manual operations.

Effects: giddiness, muscular pain, Sprain, headache, pressure, if leads to accident or incident,
injury to head and body, fracture to bones, some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Provision of adequate training, supervision, and


instructions. Following equipment manual and relevant procedures directions. Following
relevant safety rules.

Chemical Hazards:

H2S Exposure: Offshore and Onshore Sites / Rigs

Probability of occurrence; High


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment High
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Drilling sites, improper treatment, not following the safety rules and procedures,
problems in the refinery plant.

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Effects: giddiness, muscular pain, Sprain, headache, pressure, if exceeds more above the
permittable limit death may occur.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Trained and H2S certified personnel, Toolbox talks, HSE
promotion, Pro-active Supervision, H2S escape and detection equipment deployed, Client
H2S and Evacuation procedures in place, Regular drills and exercises.

Solvents used for film developing: Offshore and Onshore Sites / Rigs

Probability of occurrence: Medium.


Severity level People Medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low

Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium"

Causes: Lack of training, supervision, instruction and knowledge of local rules and
regulations. Improper maintenance and not following of MSDS, relevant safety rules and
procedures.

Effects: giddiness, skin disease, headache, if leads to injury to head and body.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Disposal as per the manual and procedures directions,
following material safety data sheets information, following local and international rules and
regulations. In client sites, chemical disposal as per the direction of the clients.

Acids and Chemicals: Offshore and Onshore Sites / Rigs

Probability of occurrence: Medium.


Severity level People Medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High"

Causes: Lack of training, supervision, instruction and knowledge of local rules and
regulations. Improper maintenance and not following of MSDS, relevant safety rules and
procedures.
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Effects: skin disease, headache, if exposed to body leads to injury to head and body
sometimes to death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Disposal as per the manual and procedures directions,
following material safety data sheets information, following local and international rules and
regulations. In client sites, chemical disposal as per the direction of the clients.

Improper Chemical Disposal

Probability of occurrence; High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment high
Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = high

Causes: Lack of training, supervision, instruction and knowledge of local rules and
regulations. Improper maintenance and not following of MSDS, relevant safety rules and
procedures.

Effects: skin disease, if exposed to water various diseases to human and effect to the plants
and environment.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk; Disposal as per the manual and procedures directions,
following material safety data sheets information, following local and international rules and
regulations. In client sites, chemical disposal as per the direction of the clients.

Fire and Explosion Due to inflammable Materials: Off shore / On shore Sites/Rigs

Probability of occurrence; High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Medium
Severity Level Environment Low

Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High"

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Causes: not following the safety rules and procedures, improper maintenance of the
equipment and materials, smoking in the prohibited places, smoking near inflammable
materials. Lack of training to new personnel, use of new process, and new equipment.

Effects: giddiness, injury to head, leg and body sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Strictly following the safety rules and procedures, proper
maintenance of the equipment and materials. Prevention of Smoking in the prohibited
places, near inflammable materials. Training to new personnel and training to new process,
and new equipment

Fire and Explosion Due to inflammable Materials: Inspecta Vehicles

Probability of occurrence: High.


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Medium
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High"

Causes: Improper driving and improper maintenance, of vehicles, not following the safety
rules and procedures, improper maintenance of the equipment and materials. Smoking in the
prohibited places, smoking near inflammable materials, lack of training to new personnel.

Effects: giddiness, Accidents, incidents, injury to head, leg and body, some times death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Proper driving and proper maintenance, of vehicles,
strictly following the safety rules and procedures, proper maintenance of the equipment and
materials. Prevention of Smoking in the prohibited places, near inflammable materials.
Training to new drivers.

Smoke from fuel burning, and transports:

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Probability of occurrence; High.


Severity level People Medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment High
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Low"

Causes: Improper driving and improper maintenance, of vehicles, not following the safety
rules and procedures, Smoking in the prohibited places, smoking near inflammable materials,
lack of training to new personnel.

Effects: giddiness, headache, and breathing problems.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Proper driving and proper maintenance, of vehicles,
strictly following the safety rules and procedures, Prevention of Smoking in the prohibited
places, near inflammable materials. Training to new drivers.

Dust:

Probability of occurrence; Low


Severity level People low
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment High

Severity Level Reputation Low

Overall Risk Level = Low"

Causes: Environmental conditions, improper maintenance of ware house and office, not
cleaning the work area, equipment and materials.

Effects: giddiness, headache, and breathing problems and lungs problems.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Proper house keeping, cleaning, wearing PPE Cleaning
the equipment and materials. Site visits and inspections.

Vapour from heating process:

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Probability of occurrence; Medium


Severity level People low

Severity Level Assets Low


Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Low

Causes: Nature of the job, not following the relevant technical procedures, improper
maintenance of the equipment and materials and not following the safety procedures.

Effects: giddiness, headache, and breathing problems and lungs problems.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Wearing PPE, following the relevant technical
procedures, maintenance of the equipment and materials, following the safety procedures.

Handling of gases process welding and testing etc.

Probability of occurrence; High


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment High
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Causes: Nature of the job, not following the relevant technical procedures, improper
maintenance of the equipment and materials and not following the safety procedures.

Effects: giddiness, headache, and breathing problems and lungs problems.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Wearing PPE, following the relevant technical
procedures, maintenance of the equipment and materials, following the safety

ERGONOMIC HAZARDS CONTROL:

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Improperly Designed Tools


Probability of occurrence; Low
Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment low
Severity Level Reputation low

Overall Risk Level = low

Causes: Not using special type of tools for specific jobs, fault in the tools design which is
unfit for the particular job.

Effects: Sprain, bone fracture, fatigue, injury on hand, leg, body, and head.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities with manual
handling.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Prevention of improper tools, Wearing PPE, proper work
method, Safe operation procedure, training and proper mechanized system,

Usage of Wrong Tools

Probability of occurrence; Low


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment low
Severity Level Reputation low

Overall Risk Level = low

Causes: Not using special type of tools for specific jobs.

Effects: Sprain, bone fracture, fatigue, injury on hand, leg, body, and head.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Selecting proper tools , Wearing PPE, proper work
method, Safe operation procedure ,training and proper mechanized system.

Poor lay out/Poor plant

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Probability of occurrence; Medium


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Lack of space, lack of machine design, not following the safety rules and
procedures, not following technical procedures.

Effects: Sprain, fatigue, and stress.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Proper lay out, and arrangement for proper working area,
housekeeping, following the safety rules and procedures, not following technical procedures.

Use of Wrong Methods

Probability of occurrence; Low


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment low

Severity Level Reputation High

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: Lack of knowledge, lack of training, not following the safety rules and procedures,
not following technical procedures. Lack of information, instruction, and supervision.

Effects: Sprain, bone fracture, fatigue, injury on hand, leg, body, and head.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: selection of competent personnel, provision of training,


following the safety rules and procedures, following technical procedures.

BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS CONTROL

Pollens / Insects from some plants

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Probability of occurrence; Low


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment medium
Severity Level Reputation low

Overall Risk Level = low

Causes: Nature of the area, improper maintenance of surrounding areas, and wind.

Effects: Allergic effects on body, lungs and skin, Asthma.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Wearing PPE, Proper maintenance of surrounding areas,
Health monitoring, periodical medical checkup.

Poor maintenance and unhygienic Food:

Probability of occurrence: Low


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment medium
Severity Level Reputation low

Overall Risk Level = medium

Causes: Nature of the area, improper maintenance of surrounding areas, unhygienic food by
service boys and employees, no house keeping, no washing of cloths and vessel used for food
making.

Effects: Allergic effects on body, lungs and skin , indigestion, fever, and Asthma.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who eat in the canteens.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Cleanliness, proper maintenance of surrounding areas,


hygienic food by service boys and employees, washing of cloths and vessel used for food
making, periodical medical checkup, emergent medical facilities.

Bacteria and Fungi:

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Probability of occurrence; Low


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment medium
Severity Level Reputation low

Overall Risk Level = medium

Causes: Potable water, improper maintenance of surrounding areas, unhygienic food and
water by service boys and employees, no house keeping, no washing of cloths and vessel
used for food making.

Effects: Allergic effects on body, lungs and Skin , indigestion, fever, and Asthma.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Cleanliness, separate water tank filtered water for
drinking, proper maintenance of surrounding areas, hygienic food by service boys and
employees, washing of cloths and vessel used for food making, periodical medical checkup,
emergent medical facilities.

PHYCOLOGICAL HAZARDS CONTROL:

Stress

Probability of occurrence; Medium


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Low
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Causes: Noise, overtime work, age, health problems, continuous usage of PPE, workmen
problems, lack of welfare facilities.

Effects: Headache, pressure, sleeplessness and body pain.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Taking Rest, Provision of rest rooms, provision of welfare
facilities, solving the workmen requirements, prevention of overtime work, provision of
medical facilities, periodical medical checkup.

Violence

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Probability of occurrence; Low


Severity level People High
Severity Level Assets Medium"
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = High

Causes: workmen problems for any requirements from the employer, and problems in
between employees.

Effects: stress, injury sometimes death.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Immediate solve of the problems by talks with workmen,
providing required facilities, providing medical facilities ,emergency communication ,
emergency response actions.

Change of New Equipment:

Probability of occurrence: Low


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Medium"
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Change of new equipment for the same procedure or process.

Effects: stress, injury, ill health and effect to environment.


Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Information about new equipment, Training of that
equipment, Instruction and supervision, Keeping relevant equipment manuals, material
safety data sheets and maintenance of equipment with relevant to HSE and Environment.

Change of New Process:

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Probability of occurrence: Low


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Medium"
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: Change of new process for the same equipment and materials or for the same job.

Effects: stress, injury, ill health and effect to environment.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities, and third parties.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Information about new Process, Training of new process
by experienced personnel, Instruction and supervision, Keeping relevant procedures,
material safety data sheets and maintenance of equipment with relevant to HSE and
Environment.

Change of New Place / Climatic Conditions

Probability of occurrence: Medium


Severity level People medium
Severity Level Assets Medium"
Severity Level Environment Low
Severity Level Reputation Medium

Overall Risk Level = Medium

Causes: change of the job place as per the contract conditions. Change of hot climate, cold
climate and rainy conditions.

Effects: stress and ill health.

Persons who may be affected: personnel who do the inspection activities.

Controls in place to reduce Risk: Information about new areas, new climatic conditions,
Training to personnel according to new climates and place, Instruction and supervision,
Provision of proper rest places, communication equipment, emergency response actions and
site Visits by QHSE Manager.

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Following standard operating procedures, Company's HSE Manuals and procedures, Safety
Instructions of the equipment manuals, Emergency procedures & Client's safety instructions

Creating awareness by site meetings, posters, newsletters, and safety flash news. Motivation
of the personnel by presenting awards who notes more near miss reports Hazards/Near Miss
/incidents/accidents

Information, supervision, Instruction and training to the inspection personnel. Emergency


procedures, plans and numbers available at all times. Regular usage of PPE and Discipline
to be followed by all the inspection personnel.

Provision of proper medical facilities, health, safety and welfare facilities, safe working
place, safe environment, safe systems of work.

Regular site visits, emergency exercises, tool box meetings, by the site supervisors.

HSE Auditing ,to identify the lack of arrangements which include planning, implementation,
proactive and reactive monitoring, Site Inspections, incident/Accident analysis and
conduction of HSE Management Review meetings by the QHSE Manager and Management.

5.0. EMERGENCY ACTIONS AND EMERGENCY PLAN

5.1. Background
Inspecta has operated a Radiation Safety system for a number of years. As a result of
developments in Inspection and associated activities, improvements to HSE management
systems (HSEMS) and as a direct desire to improve the management controls over health,
safety and environmental (HSE) matters, Inspectas management have decided to upgrade
their system.

This procedure covers the emergency response requirements to meet Inspectas operational
requirements. This procedure forms a part of the HSE Management System. This document
should be read in conjunction with Inspectas HSEMS Manual and standard operating
procedures (SOPs).

6.0. Scope
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This document describes the organisation and arrangements set in place to implement
Inspecta 's HSE policy statement specifically with regard to emergency response
arrangements onshore and offshore. This procedure contains descriptions of the emergency
roles and responsibilities of employees and details the external interfaces that shall be
followed.

7.0. AuthoritiesandResponsibilities

Selected employees will be delegated emergency responsibilities and the appropriate level
of authority to enable them to perform their duties. Each Site Supervisor shall be
responsible for informing their staff of the delegated levels of authority as well as ensuring
that the authorities and limitations of each are clearly understood. Details of delegated
responsibilities are detailed in this procedure.

General Manager

Has overall responsibility for controlling the response to emergency situations.


Authorises response resources and ensures these are adequate.
Ensures risks are identified and reduction measures are in place.
Visits work sites to check emergency preparedness.
Conducts an annual review of the emergency procedure.

Site Supervisors

Are accountable to the General Manager for emergency response in areas under their
control, and are responsible to him for implementing this procedure.
Shall ensure that systems and resources are in place to respond to emergencies.
Shall review this procedure to ensure the standards are continually improved upon.
Shall ensure that contracted services meet the response requirements.
Shall ensure that all delegated emergency response personnel are competent in the
performance of their duties and emergency responsibilities.
Shall conduct regular visits to work areas to check emergency preparedness.
Shall ensure that regular emergency exercises and drills are performed.

The QHSE Manager is designated as the Inspecta Emergency Officer. He will:

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Develop, update and approve any Inspecta emergency response manual, procedures
and contingency plans. Requests for revision shall be channeled through him.

Ensure that emergency scenarios are prepared and that drills and exercises are
conducted at different levels throughout the company.

Co-ordinate contacts with the emergency services of external organisations and


government bodies depending on the emergency location.

Ensure that copies of the emergency response manual and contingency plans are
available and up to date.

Liase with other disciplines as required.

The Senior Inspecta person on the site is the Site Controller during emergencies. He is
responsible for:

Implementing the emergency/evacuation procedures and controlling the situation to


ensure personnel evacuation and protection of the environment and assets.

Ensuring that personnel and authorities are alerted within, and outside of, Inspecta

Complying with the procedures for handling emergencies, and conducting emergency
drills and exercises as per Inspecta 's standard requirements.

Supervisors

Shall ensure that activities are performed in a manner that will not result in an
emergency situation arising.

Shall ensure that emergency resources and equipment under their control are fit for
purpose and regularly maintained.

Shall conduct regular work place inspections to identify and eliminate unsafe acts and
unsafe conditions that may lead to an emergency situation.

Shall investigate and report all accidents, incidents and near misses, which occur to
his workers or in his areas of control.

Conduct emergency exercises and drills in his areas of responsibility, and reports on
the emergency preparedness of staff and equipment resources.

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Shall inform their personnel of the emergency arrangements in place at the work
location.

Work force

Shall be aware of the emergency arrangements applicable to the work location as


detailed by his Supervisor.

Shall report all accidents, incidents, near misses, unsafe acts or conditions to their
immediate Supervisor.

Ensures his work area is maintained in a clean and tidy condition and that all tools and
equipment are safely stored at the end of his shift. Ensures waste materials and products
are properly disposed of.
Participate in emergency response drills or training provided by Inspecta or others.

Accept and wear any item of personal protective equipment issued by Inspecta or
others, for protection in the event of an emergency.

8.0 ActionsInTheEventOfAnEmergency

8.1. Emergencies in Store and Onshore

Refer to Appendix 2

8.2. Emergencies in Offices

Refer to Appendix 3

8.3. Emergencies Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Refer to Appendix 4

9.0EmergencyResponsePlanning

Planning for emergency response must be based on credible or likely emergencies. Plans
should identify the events that could lead to a major incident involving fire, explosion or other
threat to human life or the environment.

Plans should identify other events that require personnel evacuation or escape, or a major
pollution situation. For each of these there must be an evaluation of the possible frequency and

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severity as well as a description of the measures needed to protect personnel, the environment
and (finally) assets.

9.1 Likely emergencies and Risk Assessment

Store: Fire, Personnel injury, Asset damage, Environment pollution, Vehicle


accident.

Offices: Fire, Personnel injury, Asset damage, Environment pollution.

Offshore and Onshore Rigs: Fire, Personnel injury, Environment pollution, Asset
damage, H2S exposure.

Risk Assessment results are contained in Section -1

10.0 Emergency Communications Equipment

The General Manager shall ensure that emergency communication devices are readily
available, at all locations, in the event of a major emergency.

10.1 Company telephones, fax machines and e-mail

During an emergency situation personnel shall utilise the company provided facilities such as
fax machines, fixed and mobile telephones and e-mail as required.

10.2 Emergency contact numbers

Appendix 1 to this procedure contains a list of emergency contact numbers.

11.0 CommunicationswithInspectaClients,Local
Community,AndEmployeeRelatives

In the event of a major emergency the General Manager shall decide who will communicate
with external agencies, media, clients, contractors and employee families.

11.1 Communications with Local Authorities

For emergencies involving Inspecta premises onshore the Operations Manager & QHSE
Manager shall establish contact with local emergency authorities to communicate relevant
information.

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For emergencies involving issues related to Inspecta personnel or equipment on offshore and
onshore rigs the Operations Manager & QHSE Manager shall establish contact with the
Client to communicate relevant information. In the event of an emergency on a Clients
property, the Client shall be responsible for handling emergency response and any Media
interface. If requested a Inspecta representative will attend at the Clients Emergency Control
Center.

11.3 Public Relations interface

The General Manager shall handle public relations issues related to the companys
involvement in any emergency. The senior Inspecta person at the incident location shall give
clear information to him.

The General Manager is the final approval authority for any Inspecta media releases or
statements.

11.4 Employee Relatives

A list of all employees Next of Kin details shall be retained in the Regional Office. During an
emergency, The General Manager shall & QHSE Manager handle enquiries from, and
notifications to, employee relatives.

12.0 ProtectionAndRescueSystems

12.1 Firefighting and detection equipment

Firefighting and detection equipment is provided in the Store. These shall be surveyed every
year. Regular checks shall be performed and recorded by the Office Administrator.

12.2 Offshore and Onshore Rigs

Protection and rescue systems at Offshore and Onshore Rigs will be supplied and maintained
by the Client.

13.0 EmergencyExercisesandDrills

13.1 Exercises and drills - General

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Exercises and drills shall be conducted at regular intervals to ensure that emergency response
plans are valid and to test employee awareness of the system. All exercises and drills shall be
recorded. Exercises and drills shall simulate major accidents in order to test the preparedness
and training of Supervisors and employees. These exercises and drills will be monitored,
reviewed and analalysed by management and safety personnel to highlight deficiencies and/or
compliment good points.

Deficiencies shall be reported to the respective manager for his review. A copy of the report
shall be sent to the QHSE Manager and a copy placed on file for audit purposes.

13.2 Fire Drills in Store and Offices

The QHSE Manager shall organize regular drills for the Store. Fire drills shall be conducted
on the following schedule;
Offices Twiceayear
Store Twiceayear

13.3 Drills and Exercises Offshore and Onshore Rigs

The Client in accordance with their schedule shall conduct drills and exercises on Offshore
and Onshore Rigs. Inspecta Engineers working on Client premises or Rigs shall participate in
Client drills and exercises.

14.0FirstAid/MedicalFacilitiesinEventofanEmergency

14.1 Qualified first aid attendants - Store

Qualified first aid personnel shall be available at all times when work is in progress in the
Store. Their contact location shall be prominently displayed throughout the work areas and in
offices and other general community areas. A First Aid Kit shall be located in the Office
Administrators office, together with the telephone numbers of the local emergency ambulance
service.

14.2 Qualified first aid personnel and Medical facilities Offshore and Onshore Rigs

All Inspecta Engineers shall have attended a basic First Aid course prior to being allowed onto
a Rig. They shall supplement the personnel trained by the Client. The Client shall supply First
Aid facilities on the Rig.

The Client shall supply medical facilities, including arrangements for medical evacuation.
Inspecta Engineers shall adhere to the Clients emergency procedures on the Rig.

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15.0 PostEmergencyPlanning

15.1 Business disruption

The General Manager & QHSE Manager shall prepare and maintain plans for the
continuation or restoration of operations and business in the event of an area or location being
out of action as a result of a major emergency.

15.2 Alternative equipment/premises

In the event of total loss of equipment or operating premises the General Manager shall utilise
the next nearest Inspecta facilities in the Middle East to ensure continued Client service.

16.0 PostEmergencyInvestigation

16.1 Reporting and investigation

All emergencies shall be verbally reported as soon as possible after it occurs. Written reports
must be submitted to the QHSE Manager within 2 days of the incident.
An immediate, verbal report shall be made to the General Manager, Operations Manager and
the QHSE Manager in the event of:
Any fatal injury.
Any serious injury.
Any damage to plant, equipment and materials.
Any damage to client/contractors plant, equipment or materials.
All environmental pollution.

The immediate verbal report shall be followed by an investigation that will result in a written
report submitted to the QHSE Manager. The report will detail:

The circumstances surrounding the accident or incident.


The immediate and underlying causes of the incident.
Corrective action taken.
Recommendedactiontopreventarecurrence.

The Operations Manager & QHSE Manager is responsible for investigating incidents,
gathering statements, photographs and any other information that will be useful in the
preparation of mandatory reports to various organizations and authorities.

In the case of an accident involving death or any other serious accident or incident the General
Manager and the QHSE Manager must be informed immediately. The site should be left
undisturbed until further notice, unless it constitutes a further hazard.

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In the case of a serious accident, death or major loss of equipment the General Manager and
the QHSE Manager will investigate. In the event of a major incident, they shall decide whether
an independent investigation should take place.

The results of incident investigations may remain confidential for legal reasons, however in all
instances the lessons learnt from the investigation shall be communicated to the employees.
This may be achieved by safety bulletins or alerts and discussion in toolbox talks and safety
committee meetings. The results of investigations should also be used to improve future HSE
performance.

Investigation should always seek to establish the immediate and underlying cause/s of the
incident. The QHSE Manager shall ensure that incident reports cover these aspects.

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Event

Type?

Fire Injury Pollution

Sound nearest fire Minor/Major


alarm Injury
Major Minor

Call Fire Service Call Ambulance


Inform Supervisor
dial dial
administer First Aid
997 998/999

Injured sent to
No Supervisor
Small/Large hospital?
Small Large investigates the
Fire? incident and takes
corrective action.
Yes He completes the
Evacuate building Incident Report
If no immediate and forwards to the
danger use nearest Fire Marshall
checks the General
available fire Manger,Technical
building. Office Supervisor advises
extinguisher Manager and HSE
Administrator takes management
the Muster Board Coordinator
and Visitors book
to the Muster point

Fire out? No

Yes

Remain at muster
point until
instructed No
otherwise

Clear up the area


Supervisor
Yes Fire out?
completes incident
report

Further
investigation No
Incident report sent to needed?
General Manager,
Technical Manager
HSE Coordinator Yes
Reports reviewed
and
recommendations
General Manager closed out. Case
appoints an records maintained
Investigation Team. on file by the HSE
Coordinator
END

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Event

Type?

Fire Injury Pollution

Sound nearest fire Minor/Major


alarm Injury
Major Minor

Call Fire Service Call Ambulance


Inform Manager
dial dial
administer First Aid
997 998/999

Injured sent to
No Supervisor
Small/Large hospital?
Small Large investigates the
Fire? incident and takes
corrective action.
Yes He completes the
Incident Report
If no immediate and forwards to the
danger use nearest General Manager,
Evacuate building
available fire Technical Manager
Advise
extinguisher and HSE
management
Coordinator

Remain at muster
point until
Fire out? No
instructed
otherwise
Yes

No

Clear up the area


Manager completes Yes Fire out?
incident report

Further
investigation No
Incident report sent to needed?
General Manager,
Technical Managerr
and HSE Coordinator Yes
Reports reviewed
and
recommendations
General Manager closed out. Case
appoints an records maintained
Investigation Team. on file by the HSE
Coordinator
END

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FIRE EMERGENCY

Follow these instructions in case of any fire emergency.


Emergency contact numbers should be posted in visible place.

When fire is discovered:

1. Sound nearest fire alarm (if applicable)


2. Notify fire or emergency department.
3. If the fire alarm is not available, notify the site personnel about the fire emergency by the
following means (check applicable):
a. Voice Communication
b. Radio
c. Phone Paging

4. In cases is fire is small or large.

a. Small fire :

If no immediate danger use nearest available fire extinguisher


If you cant use extinguisher go for nearest assembly point as per emergency
procedure of client.
Is fire out?

Is fire out?
Yes No
Client investigation Go to assembly point
Assist client in investigation if Remain at assembly point instructed
needed otherwise, clients will order evacuation
if needed.
End End

b. Large fire
Go to assembly point
Remain at assembly point instructed otherwise, clients will order evacuation if
needed.
Client investigation
Assist client in investigation if needed

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INJURY EMERGENCY

Follow these instructions in case of any Injuries.


Emergency contact numbers should be posted in visible place.

If Injury Happens

1. Check if the injury major or minor


a. Major :
Call medical dial rig emergency number.

Follow these instruction in Major or Minor cases

Inform medic administer first aid.


Inspects person?

Inspects person?
Yes No
Advise Inspecta management Client investigates and reports as per
his procedures or regulations.
If Inspecta person is injured, (Inspecta Copies of reports are forwarded to
Supervisor investigates the incident and takes corrective the Inspecta Managing Director,
action. operations Manager and QHSE
Inspecta Supervisor completes the Inspecta Manager.
Incident Report and any clients report. End
Copies of reports are forwarded to the Inspecta
Managing Director, operations Manager and QHSE
Manager.
Further investigation needed?

Yes No

QHSE Manager/Operations Investigation/


Manager appoints with incident reports
investigation team. reviewed and
recommendations
closed out.
Case records
maintained on file
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by HSE coordinator.
Investigation/ incident
reports reviewed and
recommendations closed out.
Case records maintained
on file by HSE coordinator. End

End

POLLUTION EMERGENCY

Follow these instructions in case of any pollution.


Emergency contact numbers should be posted in visible place.

In case of pollution at Onshore

1. Pollution could be

A. Chemical B. Gas

a. Chemical
Inform Inspecta supervisor or Management
Supervisor or Management will investigate the pollution accident.
Report will be made
Management review the report and takes corrective action.
Corrective action will be done by QHSE Manager, Operations manager and make sure
its done.
Case records maintained on file by HSE coordinator.

END
b. Gas
If you heard emergency alarm go to nearest assembly point and wait for information
FollowemergencyproceduresofInspectaortheclient
Evacuationshallbeinthedirectionofwind(directioncanbeidentifiedbywindsocks)
Donttrytorescueanyoneifyouarenottrainedoryoudonthavedonthaveprotective
equipmentspeciallybreathingapparatus
Doinvestigation?
ByInspecta
Byclient


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Do investigation
By Inspecta By Client
Inspecta supervisor will finish investigation report and Client investigates and reports as per his procedures or
send to Operations Manager &QHSE Manager. regulations
After review the reports corrective action and requirements Corrective action will be taken by client
will be taken to protect our employees in case if happens
again.
Case records maintained on file by HSE coordinator.
End
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EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS

A. AbuDhabiContactNos:

Fire 997
Ambulance 998
Police 999
Electricity Dept. 02 4446877
Water Dept. 02 6271300

B. InspectaOffice Tel Mobile

Operations Manager 02 55 49 595 - 050 56 95 279


QHSE Manager 02 55 49 595 - 050 82 46 310
Radiation production Supervisor 02 55 13 266 - 050 99 28 961
Administration Manager 02 55 49 595 - 050 79 19 088

C. ESNAADBase

Emergency Contact no 02 60 29 222 - 24 hours a day


Radio Room 02 60 29 090 - 24 hours a day
Clinic 02 60 29 088 - 07.00-20.00

D. Projects

ZADCO

Head Office Tel Mobile


Sub Team Leader- 02 6052895 - 0506351950

ZIRKU Island 55555

FIP- Supervisor 02 6055579


PSIM Supervisor 02 6056136

NDC

BUHASSA Work Shop-


Radio- 0508110430
Doctor 0508110420

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