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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

HAZARD & Effect Management


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INTRODUCTION

A Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP) provides a structured approach to managing the
hazards and potential effects.
The main objective of HEMP is to identify and analyze all HSE hazards and their effects associated with
company operations and to manage them properly to either eliminate or reduce the risk to ALARP.

A Hierarchy of Control method shall be utilized in the Control & Recovery stages of the HEMP.
Identify Are people, environment, assets or company
The Hierarchy of Control shall seek to: reputation exposed to potential harm?

ELIMINATE hazards if possible A ssess What are the causes and consequences?
How likely is loss of control?
SUBSTITUTE the hazard with a less risky one if What is the risk and is it ALARP?
available
REDUCE the risk to As low as is Control
Can the causes be eliminated?
What controls are needed?
reasonably practicable (ALARP) How effective are the controls?
Control by PROCEDURES & Recover
Can the potential consequences or effects
be mitigated?
RULES if engineering controls are What recovery measures are needed?
not practicable. Are recovery capabilities suitable and sufficient?

PPE shall only be used in conjunction with other hazard control methods.

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GULF ENERGY LIFE SAVING RULES

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RISK ASSESSMENT MATRIX (RAM)

Gulf Energy adopted below Risk Assessment Matrix (RAM) for HEMP.

CONSEQUENCE INCREASING LIKELIHOOD


A B C D E

Environment
Severity

Reputation
Never Heard of Incident Happens Happens
People

Assets

heard of in . has several several


in .. industry occurred times per times per
industry in our year in year in a
Company our location
Company
0 No health No damage No effect No impact
effect/injury
1 Slight health Slight Slight effect Slight impact
effect/injury damage LOW
2 Minor health Minor Minor effect Limited Manage for continuous
effect/injury damage impact improvement
3 Major health Localised Localised Consider- Incorporate risk
effect/injury damage effect able impact MEDIUM
reduction
4 PTD or 1 to 3 Major Major effect National measures &
fatalities damage impact
demonstrate Intolerable
HIGH
5 Multiple Extensive Massive International ALARP
fatalities damage effect impact

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Control Measures

Residual Risk
Consequence

Risk Rating
Probability
Identify Hazard Hazard Effect

measures
Recovery
(Potential to do (PPE / Procedure)
harm) (If hazard is released)

I. ROAD SAFETY DRIVING, CONVOY AND TRANSPORTATION


1. PRIOR TO TRANSPORTATION CHECKS
1.High pressure - Exposure to uncontrolled 4 B B4P No adjustment or repairs are to take place to hydraulic Call trained base
equipment release of high pressure / equipment without first isolating the power supply and first-aiders & offer
struck by uncontrolled bleeding off trapped hydraulic pressure. first aid.
movement of hoses.
Keep all work area clean and tidy Call Client
2.Oils and greases - skin irritation/ dermatitis and 3 D D3P
Emergency number
Slip and trip spinal injuries. All electrical equipment should be correctly fused 1P
(5555) / in case of
4 C C4P according to manufactures recommendations
serious injury
3.Batteries - Explosion and burns. Use protective gears PPEs
Employees to be trained on Safely working HP
4.Slipery Surfaces - Slip and trip spinal injuries. 3 C C3P Report the incident to
equipment, hazardous material handling.
All electrical equipment shall be protected from water Gulf Energy Mgt &
Client.

Refer to Gulf Energy


HSE Manual Ch. 8
Emergency
Response Procedure

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Control Measures

Residual Risk
Consequence

Risk Rating
Probability
Identify Hazard Hazard Effect

measures
Recovery
(Potential to do (PPE / Procedure)
harm) (If hazard is released)

2. HOIST MOVE - TRANSPORTATION OF HOIST AND OTHER RELATED EQUIPMENT


Driving on black top Driving too fast for the road 4 D D4(P) Overtaking in the dust is the biggest killer RTA and 1(P) Call trained base
road and on graded condition - This may cause this is strictly prohibited & strongly discouraged. first-aiders & offer
road loss of vehicle control resulting Driving without proper & authorized journey plan first aid.
in serious RTA including a might lead to man-lost situation. Driving without
High proper & authorized journey plan might lead to man- Low Call Client
rollover and possible severe
risk lost situation. Risk Emergency number
injuries. In case of man-lost situation, driver shall stay with
Driving a private (5555) / in case of
vehicle in Client the vehicle and wait for the response from JM.
serious injury
concession area Driving a private car for commuting from place of
Driving in dust / overtaking in residence to Client based work location (Nimr) or
dust with poor / zero visibility - Report the incident to
back (from Nimr to home) is strictly prohibited and
This may cause loss of vehicle such breaking of company commuting policy attracts Gulf Energy Mgt &
control / possibility of head on severe penalty including immediate termination. Client.
Failure to follow the
collision with on-coming Only company provided transport (Client approved
company Commuting Refer to Gulf Energy
vehicle resulting in serious heavy duty bus by public transport companies) shall
Policy be used for commuting from Gulf Energy Nimr or HSE Manual Ch. 8
RTA and possible severe
Fahud bases Emergency
injuries. Any deviation from approved journey plan shall be Response Procedure
promptly reported by the driver to the journey
Vehicle Rollover / Serious RTA
manager and unless approval in writing has been
received from the JM, no changes in the previously
approved journey plans shall be allowed.be protected
from water

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