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PETRONAS RAPID PROJECT


PACKAGE 14 - UTILITIES, INTERCONNECTING,
OFFSITE UNITS

CHEMICAL HANDLING PROCEDURE

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Table of Contents
1. PURPOSE .................................................................................................................................... 5
2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................................ 5
3. ACRONYM AND DEFINITIONS ................................................................................................... 5
4. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE ......................................................................................................... 9
5. SCOPE ......................................................................................................................................... 9
6. RESPONSIBILITIES ..................................................................................................................... 9
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8. PROCEDURE OUTLINE ................................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
9. PROCEDURE DETAILS ............................................................................................................. 10
9.1 COLLECTION AND SEGREGATION OF WASTES. ............................................................10
9.2 SCHEDULED WASTES HANDLING ....................................................................................11
9.3 SCHEDULED WASTES LIST AND INVENTORY
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9.4 TEMPORARY STORAGE AND LABELLING
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9.5 ONSHORE STORAGE YARD
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9.6 WASTE DISPOSAL
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9.7 CONTRACTOR AND AGENT WASTE DISPOSAL
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10. APPENDICES ............................................................................................................................ 13

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1. PURPOSE
PETRONAS intends to build a grass root integrated Refinery and Petrochemicals
Complex by developing the RAPID PROJECT (Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated
Development) to meet both domestic and Asia's energy and chemicals demand. The RAPID
PROJECT consists of a world scale integrated site which includes Refinery with a deep
conversion scheme, 300 000 barrels per stream day capacity, Naphtha Steam Cracker of 1.28
million tons of ethylene per year capacity; Petrochemical Derivative Units, utilities, off site and
jetty installations.
The RAPID PROJECT is a fundamental component of the Pengerang Integrated Complex
(PIC) which also includes the following major projects; Pengerang Cogeneration Plant (PCP), a
new LNG Regasification Terminal (RGT2), Raw Water Supply Project (PAMER), Pengerang
Deep Water Terminal (PDWT) and Air Separation Unit (ASU) which provides oxygen and
nitrogen gases to the Complex and to the local market.
The RAPID PROJECT is located at Pengerang, Mukim of Pengerang, Kota Tinggi District,
Johor and is in close proximity to the international shipping lane connecting the Straits of
Malacca, Singapore and the South China Sea
The purpose of this document is to a site waste management system from source of generation
up to disposal stage.

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
List of Project Procedures: RAPID-P0014-OUIG-PMG-PRC-0100
Project HSE Plan: RAPID-P0014-0072-HSE-PLN-0001-0002
Emergency Response Plan: RAPID-P0014-0072-HSE-PRC-0001-0003
Environment Management Plan: RAPID-P0014-0072-HSE-PRC-0001-0004
Industrial Hygiene Program Requirements: RAPID-P0014-OUI-HSE-PRC-0001-3200
Hazardous Material: RAPID-P0014-OUI-HSE-PRC-0001-3306
Occupational Safety & Health Act, 1994
Occupational Safety And Health (Classification, Labeling And Safety Data Sheet Of
Hazardous Chemicals) Regulations 2013
Occupational Safety And Health (Use And Standards Of Exposure Of Chemicals
Hazardous To Health) Regulations 2000
Environmental Quality Act, 1974
Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulations 2005
Environmental Quality (Prescribed Premises) (Scheduled Waste Treatment and
disposal Facilities) Order 1989.

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3. ACRONYM AND DEFINITIONS


OWNER: PRPC Utilities and Facilities Sdn. Bhd.
EPCM CONTRACTOR: OUI JV: Joint venture appointed by OWNER with specified
authority to perform the EPCM Services of the UIO Project.
PROJECT or UIO PROJECT: EPCM of utilities, interconnecting and offsite facilities (UIO)
Package 14 for RAPID PROJECT at Pengerang, Johor
EPCM: Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management
PACKAGE WORK: The works, services or supplies, or any or all of the foregoing,
to be undertaken by a PACKAGE CONTRACTOR or
PACKAGE VENDOR, as applicable.
"SCOPE OF WORK" may also be used instead of "PACKAGE
WORK" to facilitate the understanding of all the parties.
PACKAGE: means each package of works or supplies forming part or parts
of the PROJECT.
PACKAGE VENDOR: means any Vendor engaged by OWNER to supply Equipment
and Materials or Spare Parts, which may include associated
services.
PACKAGE CONTRACTOR: means any Contractor engaged by OWNER to undertake the
PACKAGE WORKS for a PACKAGE.
PROJECT SPECIFICATION: means mandatory documents comprising of specifications,
PETRONAS Technical Standards and Project Procedures.
SUBCONTRACTOR: means any company which EPCM CONTRACTOR has
engaged or proposes to engage (as the context may require) to
undertake any part of the EPCM CONTRACTOR Services
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL: Any substance or material that could adversely affect the safety
of the public, handlers, or carriers during transportation. This
includes materials that are awaiting decontamination relocation
or reuse that are not to be deemed waste.
PHYSICAL HAZARD: A chemical for which there is scientifically valid evidence that it
is a combustible liquid, a compressed gas, explosive,
flammable, an organic peroxide, an oxidizer, pyrophoric,
unstable (reactive) or water-reactive
HEALTH HAZARD: A chemical for which there is statistically significant evidence
based on at least one study conducted in accordance with
established scientific principles that acute or chronic health
effects may occur in exposed individuals. The term health
hazard includes chemicals, which are carcinogens, toxic or
highly toxic agents, reproductive toxins, irritants, corrosives,
sensitizers, hepatotoxins, nephrotoxins, neurotoxins, agents

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which act on the hematopoietic system, and agents which


damage the lungs, skin, eyes, or mucous membranes.
CONTROL AREA: Spaces within a building which are enclosed and bounded
by exterior walls, fire walls, fire barriers and roofs, or a
combination thereof, where quantities of hazardous
materials not exceeding the maximum allowable quantities
per control area are stored, dispensed, used or handled.
COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID: A liquid having a closed cup flash point at or above 100oF
(38oC). Combustible liquids shall be subdivided as follows:
i. Class II. Liquids having a closed cup flash point at or
above 100oF (38oC) and below 140oF (60oC).
ii. Class IIIA. Liquids having a closed cup flash point at
or above 140oF (60oC) and below 200oF (93oC).
iii. Class IIIB. Liquids having a closed cup flash point at
or above 200oF (93oC).
FLAMMABLE LIQUID: A liquid having a closed cup flash point below 100oF (38oC).
Flammable liquids are further categorized into a group
known as Class I liquids. The Class I category is subdivided
as follows:
i. Class IA. Liquids having a flash point below 73oF
(23oC) and having a boiling point below 100oF
(38oC).
ii. Class IB. Liquids having a flash point below 73oF
(23oC) and having a boiling point at or above 100oF
(38oC).
iii. Class IC. Liquids having a flash point at or above
73oF (23oC) and below 100oF (38oC).
HIGHLY TOXIC: A material, which produces a lethal dose or lethal
concentration, that falls within any of the following categories:
Ingestion. A chemical that has a medium lethal dose (LD50)
of 50 milligrams or less per kilogram of body weight when
administered orally to albino rats weighing between 200 and
300 grams each.
Absorption. A chemical that has a median lethal dose (LD50)
of 200 milligrams or less per kilogram of body weight when
administered by continuous contact 24 hours (or less if
death occurs within 24 hours) with the bare skin of albino
rabbits weighing between 2 and 3 kilograms each.
Inhalation. A chemical that has a median lethal
concentration (LC50) in air of 200 parts per million by volume
or less of gas or vapor, or 2 milligrams per liter or less of
mist, fume or dust, when administered by continuous
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inhalation for 1 hour (or less if death occurs within 1 hour) to


albino rats weighing between 200 and 300 grams each.
TOXIC: A chemical falling within any of the following categories:
Ingestion. A chemical that has a median lethal dose (LD50) of
more than 50 milligrams per kilogram, but no more than 500
milligrams per kilogram of body weight when administered
orally to albino rats weighing between 200 and 300 grams
each.
Absorption. A chemical that has a median lethal dose (LD50)
of more than 200 milligrams per kilogram but not more than
1,000 milligrams per kilogram of body weight when
administered by continuous contact for 24 hours (or less if
death occurs within 24 hours) with the bare skin of albino
rabbits weighing between 2 and 3 kilograms each.
Inhalation. A chemical that has a median lethal
concentration (LC50) in air of more than 200 parts per million
but not more than 2,000 parts per million by volume of gas
or vapor, or more than 2 milligrams per liter but not more
than 20 milligrams per liter of mist, fume or dust, when
administered by continuous inhalation for 1 hour (or less if
death occurs within 1 hour) to albino rats weighing between
200 and 300 grams each
OXIDIZER A material that readily yields oxygen or other oxidizing gas, or
that readily reacts to promote or initiate combustion of
combustible materials. Examples of other oxidizing gases
include bromine, chlorine and fluorine.
Class 4. An oxidizer that can undergo an explosive reaction
due to contamination or exposure to thermal or physical
shock. In addition, the oxidizer will enhance the burning rate
and can cause spontaneous ignition of combustibles.
Class 3. An oxidizer that will cause a severe increase in the
burning rate of combustible materials with which it comes in
contact or that will undergo vigorous self-sustained
decomposition due to contamination or exposure to heat.
Class 2. An oxidizer that will cause a moderate increase in
the burning rate or that causes spontaneous ignition of
combustible materials with which it comes in contact.
Class 1. An oxidizer whose primary hazard is that it slightly
increases the burning rate but which does not cause
spontaneous ignition when it comes in contact with
combustible materials.

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4. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE

In case of conflicts between the LAWS, PROJECT SPECIFICATION and Codes & Standards,
the following order of precedence shall be considered:

1. Malaysian Laws and applicable regulatory requirements;


2. PROJECT SPECIFICATION
3. Applicable Malaysian Codes & Standards
4. Applicable international Codes & Standards

If a lower level requirement is more stringent than an upper level one in the hierarchy described
above, PACKAGE VENDOR / PACKAGE CONTRACTOR shall raise a request to OWNER for
a written decision before undertaking any related activity for the SERVICES.

In case of conflict between requirements in different documents at the same level of the
hierarchy, the most stringent requirement shall apply. PACKAGE CONTRACTOR shall provide
its interpretation in writing for OWNERs approval. In all such cases of conflict, OWNER
decision shall be final.

5. SCOPE

Guidelines in handling hazardous chemical within PBJV worksites which cover site waste
management system from source of generation up to disposal stage associated with
Transportation & Installation activities in Construction Site, Yard, Barge Operation,
Onshore and Offshore activities.

6. RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Project manager shall be responsible to ensure all chemical are properly managed and
handled of according to malaysian regulations and other related international requirements or
standards.
2. Material coordinator shall be responsible to ensure all chemical are properly marked, handling
and stored of according to:
a. Occupational Safety And Health (Classification, Labeling And Safety Data Sheet Of
Hazardous Chemicals) Regulations 2013
b. Occupational Safety And Health (Use And Standards Of Exposure Of Chemicals
Hazardous To Health) Regulations 2000
3. Contractor HSE representative shall be responsible to monitor storage and disposal of
chemical according to procedure.
4. Project manager is responsible to ensure effective implementation of the procedure.
5. Chemical handler shall be responsible to comply with this procedure.

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7. PROCEDURE DETAILS

7.1 STORAGE & SEGREGATION OF CHEMICALS

i. Material Coordinator shall segregate the chemical based on type of protection requirement as
per stated in the chemicals safety data sheet (SDS).

ii. Chemical can be stored at open yard except those require protection against weather
condition.

iii. Chemical that require protection from sunlight and rain shall be stored in sheltered storage
area. Proper ventilations shall be provided to sheltered storage area.

iv. All chemicals must be stored in durable containers that are able to prevent spillage or leakage
of the wastes into the environment as per stated in the SDS.

v. Containers of chemicals shall be clearly labelled in accordance to the Occupational Safety And
Health (Classification, Labeling And Safety Data Sheet Of Hazardous Chemicals) Regulations
2013

vi. Chemical storage floors shall be non-combustible and liquid tight.

vii. Spill containment shall be provided through the use of sills, sumps and/or drains. It must
conceive to cater 110% of the total volume of the chemical stored.

viii. Exhaust ventilation at the rate of one cubic foot per minute per square foot of floor area, or six
air changes per hour, whichever is greater, and arranged such that exhaust is taken within 12
inches of the floor. Exhaust ventilation shall not be re-circulated within the room or building.

ix. When there is the possibility of an explosive environment, storage rooms shall be located on
the outer perimeter of the building and provided with explosion venting.

x. Emergency eyewash and showers shall be readily available, preferably installed such that the
maximum travel distance from any point in the room to the shower is 25 feet or less or 10
seconds or less.

xi. Emergency communication shall be provided and monitored at a remote location at all times
when someone may be working in the area alone.

xii. Any chemical or gas that has been identified as expired (i.e. beyond manufacturers expiration
date on containers) or out of specification material that cannot be used must be "RED
TAGGED" by material controller, or the responsible chemical user if discovered during storage
or use.

xiii. The material container must be tagged on all sides. Expired material if determined to be
unusable should be sent for disposal as a scheduled waste through the DOE approved waste
collector.
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7.2 CHEMICAL HANDLING

7.2.1 General Handling

i. The required Personal Protective Equipment must be worn when using, handling, transferring
or transporting chemicals as per specified by the chemicals SDS.

ii. Ensure all containers, baths, holding tanks, storage cabinets, etc., are properly labeled. If a
chemical is transferred into smaller container or secondary container, the chemical
identification and its associated hazards must be clearly labeled.

iii. A supply of spill clean-up materials shall be readily available in high chemical use, transfer and
storage areas (e.g. 5 gallon containers or larger, more than 4 one gallon containers) for use in
spill situations.

iv. As with storage, transportation of chemicals shall be done in a manner to prevent against
accidental contact of incompatible materials.

v. All stocked chemicals should be staged to affect a First-In, First-Out (FIFO) stock rotation
process to ensure that oldest chemicals are used first. This should avoid having chemicals in
storage that exceed the manufacturers expiration dates and should also serve to minimize the
generation of hazardous waste due to raw chemicals exceeding listed expiration dates.

vi. When powered industrial lift trucks are necessary, only trained and authorized operators are
allowed to drive a powered industrial truck to transport chemicals.

vii. When bulk chemicals are transported, only compatible chemicals may be transported on the
same pallet.

viii. All chemical containers on a pallet must be secured before being transported via motorized or
manual pallet movers (e.g. shrink wrap, tie downs, utilization of tension belts, strapping, or
similar means).

ix. When new chemicals are received, every effort must be made to place them within their proper
storage area immediately. In no instance shall chemicals remain outside of the storage area
beyond one shift.

x. Once emptied, chemical containers shall be removed to the designated scheduled waste
dumpster. In no instance shall empty chemical containers remain beyond one shift without
proper handling.

7.3 EMRGENCY SHOWER AND EMERGENCY EYEWASH

i. Emergency Shower and Eyewash (ES&E) stations are and shall be installed in areas where the
eyes or body of any person may be exposed to corrosive chemicals. The EHS Department
should be consulted for the additional emergency shower and eye wash needs for other
hazardous chemicals.
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ii. The ES&E stations shall be installed within twenty-five feet of any hazardous chemical location
or within 10 seconds of travel, must be unobstructed at all times and have a continuous water
supply.

iii. Signs indicating Emergency Shower and/or Eyewash shall be posted at each installation.

iv. ES&E shall be inspected monthly and flushed monthly by Facilities personnel, and the attached
inspection record label shall be completed.

7.4 CHEMICAL SPILL & LEAKAGES

i. All chemical spills must be cleaned up immediately.

ii. Only persons who have been deemed qualified (received training on chemical hazards and
cleanup techniques) shall clean up chemical spills.

iii. Small chemical spills of known materials (i.e. less than one quart) of low to moderately
hazardous materials can be cleaned up by qualified personnel. The Emergency Response
Team (ERT) should clean up larger spills. In addition, special precautions such as use of
personal protective equipment (PPE) may be needed based on the type and volume of material
spilled.

iv. All chemical leaks must be contained immediately upon discovery, and the leak source
repaired and cleaned up as soon afterward as business conditions allow. At no time shall a
leak be allowed to continue uncontained.

v. Only persons who have been deemed qualified shall contain chemical leaks.

vi. Leaking chemical containers should be clearly labeled to indicate that they are leaking, and
should not be moved without adequate spill containment Damaged or leaking chemical
containers are contained and over-packed if necessary by the Emergency Response Team
(ERT) and placed in designated storage areas. If the leaking container is deemed unfit for use
and declared waste, it should be labeled according to the Hazardous waste rules.

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8. APPENDICES

Appendix A: Safety Data Sheet

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Appendix A
Safety Data Sheet

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