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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES & MANAGEMENT

CONTENTS: -
SECTION: -
DISTRIBUTION LIST.
Révision request form.
REVISION RECORD: -
1. INTRODUCTION.
2. OBJECTIVE.
3. SCOPE.
4. DEFINITIONS.
5. POLICY STATEMENT.
6. GUIDE TO THE MANUAL: -
6.1 RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE MANUAL.
6.2 TRAINING.
6.3 DRILLS: -
6.3.1 Introduction.
6.3.2 Mini-Exercise.
6.3.3 Major Exercise.
6.3.4 Crew Award.
6.3.5 Follow up.
6.4 CONTRACTORS.
6.5 REVISIONS: -
6.5.1 Revision request by ERPM holders.
6.5.2 Review of Revision Request.
6.5.3 Types of Revisions.
6.5.4 ERPM Update.
7. ORGANISATION: -
7.1 COMMUNICATIONS: -
7.1.1 Radio Communication.
7.1.2 Group Alert Personnel.
7.1.3 Marshaling points.
7.1.4 Important Emergency Telephone Numbers.
7.1.5 Pager and Siren Test.
7.1.6 Alarm Tones.
7.1.7 Identification of Personnel.
7.1.8 Communication of Incidents to Local Authorities.
7.1.9 Accident & Incident Investigation.
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7.2 EMERGENCY ORGANISATION: -
7.2.1 (a) Organization.
7.2.1 (b) Emergency Plan Manning Requirements.
7.2.2 Responsibilities of Personnel.
I Incident Commander.
II Operations Section chief.
III Planning Section Chief.
IV Safety Officer.
V Liaison Information Office.
VI Source Control Coordinator.
VII Source Control Team Leaders.
VIII Finance & Administration Section Chief.
IX Site Safety Officer.
X Perimeter Control Supervisor.
XI Information Officer.
XII On - Scene Commander.
XIII Technical Specialist Unit Leader.
XIV Human Resource Unit Leader.
XV Supply Unit Leader.
XVI Communication Unit Team Leader.
XVII Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB) Power}.
XVIII Process Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)}.
XIX Head of Maintenance (Process/Utilities/Storage).
XX Operations Controller (Storage) {OC(S)}.
XXI Head of Storage & Loading..
XXII Operations Controller (Process) {OC(P)}.
XXIII Area Operator (Utilities).
XXIV Emergency Services Liaison Operator.
XXV Operations Controller (Utilities) {OC (U)}.
XXVI Area Operator (Process).
XXVII Wardens.
XXVIII Senior Operator storage & Export.
XXIX Operator: Sulphur Jetty.
XXX Operator: Jetty.
XXXI Operator storage & export.
XXXII Duty Operations Safety Engineer.
XXXIII Shift Supervisor (Storage) {SS(S)}.
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XXXIV Area Control Overhauls {AC (O)}.
XXXV Steam Shift Supervisor (SSS).
8. LOCATION EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS.
8.1 SUPERVISOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES.
8.2 EVACUATION OF PLANT.
8.3 CENTRAL CONTROL BUILDING (CCB): -
8.3.1 H2S Alarm.
8.3.2 Plant General Alarm.
8.4 EVACUATION OF QUARRY MAINTENANCE BASE (QMB).
8.4.1 Personnel.
8.4.2 Supervisor.
8.5 EVACUATION OF STORAGE.
8.6 STORAGE & EXPORT CONTROL ROOM.
8.6.1 H2S Alarm.
8.6.2 Evacuation.
8.7 EVACUATION OF JETTY
8.8 EVACUATION OF SULPHUR JETTY
8.9 EVACUATION OF LABORATORY
8.10 EVACUATION OF PROJECT BUILDING
8.11 EVACUATION OF ACCOMMODATION.
8.12 EVACUATION OF OMO ANNEX.
8.13 EVACUATION OF COMPANY MAIN OFFICE BUILDING.
8.14 EVACUATION OF TRAINING CENTRE.
8.15 EVACUATION OF CENTRAL WORKSHOPS
8.16 EVACUATION OF MATERIALS STORE.
9. SPECIFIC EMERGENCY ACTIONS.
9.1 MAJOR LEAK OF HC/TOXIC GAS.
9.2 OUTBREAK OF FIRE.
9.3 MAJOR LEAK OF HC - STORAGE & EXPORT.
9.4 OUTBREAK OF FIRE - STORAGE & EXPORT.
9.5 MAJOR LEAK OF HC/ TOXIC GAS - JETTY.
9.6 OUTBREAK OF FIRE - JETTY.
9.7 PERSON FALLING INTO SEA - JETTY.
9.8 PERSON FALLING INTO SEA - SULPHUR JETTY.
9.9 MAJOR INJURY OR ILLNESS.
9.10 LOSS OF RADIOACTIVE SOURCE.
9.11 QUARRY MAINTENANCE BASE EMERGENCY.
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13 SEA WATER LAYDOWN AREA. 4 . 9.12.EMERGENCY RESPONSE. 9.2 Gas or Oil Leak.12. 9. 9.SULPHUR STORAGE/JETTY.12 POWER STATION . 9.9.RUNDOWN LINE.16 MAJOR LEAK OF LIQUID SULPHUR . 9.14 MAJOR LEAK OF LIQUID SULPHUR.1 Outbreak of Fire.15 MAJOR LEAK OF LIQUID SULPHUR .

DISTRIBUTION LIST. Head of Maintenance (Utilities). Manager of General Technical Services.Central Workshop (CWS)}. Head of Utilities. Head of Shift Operations Operational Controller (Process). Head of storage & export. Senior Engineer . PRODUCTION DIVISION: - Plant Manager Operations Manager. Fabrication Supervisor {Central Workshop (CWS)}. Deputy General Manager. GENERAL MANAGEMENT. Operators Cabin. Area Controller (Process). Head of Process. Mechanical Supervisor {Central Workshop (CWS)}. Assistant General Manager (Technical). Operational Controller storage & export. Assistant General Manager (Commercial). Head of Maintenance (Process). Area Controller (Overhauls). General Manager.{(General Services . Head of Operations Engineering. Amenities Block. Maintenance Manager. Head of Maintenance (Storage). Senior Operations Engineer. Instrument/Electrical Supervisor {Central Workshop (CWS)}. Job Instructors. 5 . Head of Overhaul &Planning. Operational Controller (Utilities). Operations Document Coordinator. Rigging/Scaffolding Supervisor {Central Workshop (CWS)}. Area Controller (Utilities). Site Supervisors {Quarry Maintenance Base (QMB)}.

RESERVE. Senior Operations Safety Engineer. Emergency Response Center. Head of Product & Quality. HR Learning & Development: - Head of Learning & Development (HL&D). Head of Corrosion and Inspection. (HM&SE). Company HEAD OFFICE: - Human Resources and Administration Manager. Manager HSE. Head of Performance & Reliability. Health. Manager of Public Relations. EH & S Division 6 . INTEGRITY & QUALITY DIVISION: - Integrity & Quality Manager. MATERIALS OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT: - Head of Materials Operations. Head of projects. Safety Team Leader (Tech & Proj). Operations Safety Engineer (OSE).ENGINEERING DIVISION: - Engineering Manager. Senior Health and Environment Engineer. Head Of Mechanical & Structural Eng. SUPREME PETROLEUM COUNCIL: - Director General Ministry of Petroleum. Safety and Environment Engineer (Training). HR Administration: - Administration Manager (AMD). Head of Contracts. PROJECTS DIVISION: - Projects Division Manager.

• To consider some specific emergencies and outline individual guidelines for response. During an emergency there is not enough time to decide who is in charge. provides for notification to external agencies. refer to Crisis Management Plan. This Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) gives a broad outline of individual’s responsibility during an emergency and procedures for dealing with some specific emergencies. The following are the main objectives of the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM): - • To define the Emergency Organization and the individuals functional role within the organization. These issues must be addressed prior to the emergency. 7 . This Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) primarily applies to all Divisions/ Departments personnel who have an assigned responsibility for handling an emergency within Company area of operation. what outside help is required and who needs to do what to control the emergency situation. INTRODUCTION Prompt and effective emergency response reduces accidental losses and the consequences of natural and man . This Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) by no means covers all eventualities and SHOULD be considered only as a guide and general source of information. 2. An effective emergency plan assigns responsibilities to specific individuals. • To provide clear and concise instructions to all Staff in the event of an emergency.1. OBJECTIVE. establishes evacuation procedures. establishes means of communications and provides guidelines for critical specific emergency situations. SCOPE. For emergency involving Crisis Management Team.made disasters. 3.

DEFINITIONS. 8 . BLUE ALERT. This is a serious emergency situation requiring the possible evacuation of all but essential personnel from operation area. MAY. NOTE. the alert status is automatically considered to be “Yellow Alert” RED ALERT. This is a minor emergency which can be contained and is unlikely to escalate. This is an emergency which involves considerable hazard to personnel and/or plant with the potential for escalation to a serious emergency situation. A note is used to draw attention to any matter of concern which may not be obvious. The Island sirens shall be actuated in these circumstances and Company Group Alert given.4. For any emergency situation if the Company Group Alert is activated. A caution is used where failure to follow an instruction could result in injury or creation of a serious hazard. A warning is used where failure to follow an instruction could result in serious injury or major incident. CAUTION. WARNING. The word 'MAY' suggests a possible course of action or condition where other options are available. or to a procedure which enables the job to be performed more safely or effectively. YELLOW ALERT. The Plant or New Tank Farm siren may be actuated. The word 'SHOULD' expresses a strongly recommended or preferred condition or course of action. The following terms have been used in this manual to define a condition or course of action: - SHALL The word 'SHALL' expresses a mandatory requirement for a condition or course of action. SHOULD.

MINOR INJURY. INJURY. EMERGENCY SERVICES LIAISON OPERATOR (ESLO). WARDEN. POLICY STATEMENT. This is classified as a first aid case. An Operator attending the Marshaling Point at which the Emergency Services are assembling to act as the link between the Emergency Services and the Central Control Building (CCB).MINOR LEAK. although exposed to potential hazard. Wardens are nominated for specific areas of the plant facilities to control and direct the assembly and evacuation of personnel to a safe Marshaling Point. MAJOR INJURY. A major injury is one in which the medical assistance is required on an urgent basis at the accident location by members of the Clinic Staff. the risk is not immediate in nature. RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION SUPERVISOR (RPS). Assistance from clinic staff is not required at the accident location. 5. Safety & Environment Management System (HSEMS) requires that Crisis Management Plans SHALL be in place and that all potential emergency situations are identified assessed and have response plans which are exercised regularly. A minor injury is one in which treatment can be carried out by qualified medical personnel at the hospital. Designated Warden for each area are shown in the relevant Location Emergency Instruction. A position of relative safety is one in which. and without danger of escalation. MAJOR LEAK. Company Health. A hydrocarbon leak which requires outside assistance to control and protect plant and personnel. RELATIVE SAFETY. A hydrocarbon leak which is within the resources of the Operations Shift Superintendent (SS) to bring under control without calling for outside assistance. or is potentially uncontrollable. A person appointed by the Plant Manager (PM) to exercise special supervision with regards to the control and use of sources of ionizing radiation. Injury is defined as an accident at work in which personal injuries are sustained. 9 .

and does not require external assistance.ordination of revisions.3. Manual holders are responsible for: - ● Keeping their copies updated by ensuring that all revisions are appropriately inserted.1 RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE MANUAL. Environment Department (HSED) is the custodian of this manual and is responsible for its maintenance and periodic upgrading. 6. ● Training personnel within their work area on applicable contents of the manual. is planned on a regular basis. Health. 10 . 6. These are the Mini Exercise. ● Disseminating information contained in revisions.Exercise. ● Studying all new material issued and incorporating it where relevant into their work practices. and also to prove the actual procedures themselves with a practical demonstration of their efficiency or need for reappraisal.2 Mini . ♦ The distribution of revisions to manual holders. ● Suggesting changes and contributing new text material to improve the quality of the manual. Safety.6. three types of Emergency Drills are performed on a regular basis on the Plant.2 TRAINING Formal training on the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) will be conducted as part of the primary safety induction course for all new employees and employees being relocated to plant. The Mini Exercise is designed to involve only Shift Operations Personnel. The Mini Exercise focuses on a small scale emergency which is within the capability of the duty shift crew to control. Safety. ● ICS Coordinator for updating the FRP to ensure the latest updated copy of Company Emergency Response Procedures (ERP) Manual is enclosed. and numbers around 20 exercises per year to give all senior and junior crews equal participation. and the Crew Award Exercise. GUIDE TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES (ERP) MANUA: - 6.1 Introduction In order to test Company employees understanding and adherence to the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM). the Major Exercise. For ICS training refer to binder “A” FRP 6. ♦ The co . The Health. Environment Department (HSED) will work closely with divisional and departmental managers and designated manual holders and ICS coordinator to ensure the following: ♦ The establishment and promotion of procedures for maintaining the manual.3.3 DRILLS: - 6.

It is designed to test individual and group knowledge of Emergency Plans and Procedures. and practical first aid response to emergency situations with regard to firefighting. selecting a different senior crew and a different scenario for each exercise. 11 . all Company Group Alert Personnel.5.3.5 Follow Up.5 REVISIONS: - 6. 6.1 Revision request by ERPM holders.3 Major Exercise. Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) holders MAY initiate changes or add new text material by: - ● Completing a Revision Request form. It is planned on an irregular basis in order to inject the element of surprise. rescue and resuscitation. Safety and Environment Department and Plant Fire Service (PFS). graphics or photographs. and positive recommendations to improve procedures.4 CONTRACTORS. equipment.3.going practical training from Health. 6. Important Note: It is required to give 24 hours notice to Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA). gas containment. 6. ● Sending the form and new text to Manager Health. The Crew Award Exercise is intended to stimulate operator interest and participation in the on . Breathing Apparatus (BA).3. The Crew Award Exercise is held once per year for each senior and junior shift operations crew. The Major Exercise is designed to involve Shift Operations Personnel. Contractors involved in work activities on Plant SHALL also be given a briefing on the contents of the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) and SHALL. Both mini and major exercises have a follow . response. 6. Safety and Environment (MHSE). be able to demonstrate competency in understanding the relevant aspects of the contents and its correct application. ● Attaching the suggested text.up debriefing session. plus Plant Fire Service (PFS). or to identify areas for training are made. and numbers at least three exercises per year. 6. prior to starting work.4 Crew Award. through Company Personal Officer Relation PO(R) for all emergency exercises. where positive (and negative) actions are discussed.

Environment Department (HSED) holders and ICS coordination SHALL periodically revise this manual as well as the FRP by incorporating planned revisions with all current bulletins. Approved material SHALL be published as a revision or as a bulletin if the revision is urgent. Safety & Environment (MHSE). Environment Department (HSED) SHALL acknowledge. ● Bulletins (urgent revisions). briefly explaining the objective and purpose and its effective date of implementation SHALL be distributed to all holders of the document. The originators SHOULD be advised of the final outcome of the request. Safety. Safety. Environment Department (HSED) together with division/ department managers and Health.5. Safety. The new pages SHALL show the revision change number and revision date.5.6.4 ERPM Update.3 Types of Revisions. The revised pages. When changes are made. Environment Department (HSED) SHALL make required changes to the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) by issuing to manual holders and FRP: - ● Normal revisions (on a periodical basis) and. revision by pages will be issued. 6.5. Safety. 12 . Health. 6. accompanied by a cover letter signed by Manager of Health.2 Review of Revision Request Health. Health. review and consider all new material for inclusion in the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM) in consultation with ICS Coordinator. to be incorporated later into the Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM).

Head of Shift Operations. Duty Operational Safety Engineer.1. Plant Manager. Lead Mechanical Engineer (Process). 13 . ORGANISATION: - 7. Administration Manager (AMD). Head of Maintenance (Utilities/Process/Storage). Network Loc: Directory Name Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM). A Company radio.7. Personnel Officer. Operational Safety Engineer. 7.1 COMMUNICATIONS: - 7. Lead Instrument Engineer (Process). Senior Operational Safety Engineer (SOSE).2 Group Alert Personnel. Fire & Rescue Team (FRT) SHOULD normally use their own radio channel but MAY also have the facility to use the Company channel. The Head of Shift Operations SHALL have priority on all radio communications. ALL PERSONNEL SHALL SWITCH TO CHANNEL ONE. Area Controller (Storage & Export). Radio communication SHOULD be restricted to ESSENTIAL INFORMATION ONLY. which has been issued to the Fire & Rescue Team (FRT). Maintenance Manager. Head of Materials Operations. Team Leader . Head of Process .1 Radio Communication In the event of an emergency being declared. The following key personnel are on the Group Alert System: - Position Pager No.1. Senior Personnel Officer. Operations Resources Coordinator. Lead Electrical Engineer (Utility).Process Eng (TL{PE}). SHALL be available at the Forward Control for authorized users. The fixed radio in the Incident Commander Centre (ICC) are to be used for listen mode only unless under adverse circumstances as directed by I incident Commander. Operations Manager.

Safety Technician.P 3 Utilities Car Park.P 2 Quarry Maintenance Base (QMB) Car Park. are tested each Thursday morning at 07. The Storage & Export siren is tested each Thursday morning at 07:40 hrs. The pager systems for group alert personnel are tested daily except Friday at 07:40 hours. Marshalling Point No Location Tel: No.P 7 (Storage & Export). Jetty sirens and Quarry Maintenance Base (QMB) Alarm.3 Marshaling Points. Operations Controller (Utilities). M.P 6 South Installation Control Room. Operations Controller (Process).5 Pager and Siren Test. 7.4 Important Emergency Telephone Numbers Tel: No. The Plant. 14 . M. M. Safety Officer. Clinic.P 4 First St. Incident Commander Center. Storage & Export Control Room. M. 7. Control Center. Power Shift Supervisor. Fire Station. Emergency Services Control Room. Jetty Control Cabin. Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL).1.35 hrs. Jetty Ship's Telephone. along with Company emergency vehicles sirens.1. Head of Shift Operations (HSO).P 5 Base Jetty.1. M. M. 7. East of Outstation. Process Console.

General Alarm: Intermittent wail.7. Projects Building. Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). 7 seconds duration. All Clear: Continuous wail. according to ICS SHALL wear a white safety helmet with a 50 mm blue band. Workshops. Accommodation. All Clear: Continuou wail. Bell. Storage &Export. Warden Warden SHALL wear a bright yellow colored jacket. Air operated Klaxon. Annexe Building. The Initial Source Controller. Plant. Bell 7. Key personnel SHALL be identified as follows: - Head of Shift Operations (HSO). The HSO SHALL wear a white safety helmet with a 50mm red band. The ESLO SHALL wear orange arm bands.1. General Alarm: Intermittent wail. 15 . Incident Controller. Quarry Maintenance Base. Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO).6 Alarm Tones. The Fire and Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) SHALL wear a Fluorescent Red Fire Helmet with a 38 mm Silver Band. Bell.1. Bell.7 Identification of Personnel. 7 seconds duration. Toxic Gas Detectors: Blue Flashing Lights.

XI Information Officer. II Operations section chief. IV Safety Officer . X Perimeter Control Supervisor.8 Communication of Incidents to Local Authorities. The requirement for reporting of any incident to local authorities is covered in detail in Company HSE Manual and this is generally within 24 hours to the various authorities.2.9 Accident & Incident Investigation All accidents & incidents including fires. Function. IX Site Safety Officer. 7. V Liaison Information Office.2. The Police and State Security will be kept informed of the outcome of any Company investigation into Reportable Accidents. and environmental damage or asset damage will be investigated by Company through the Accident & Incident reporting procedure to allow lessons to be learned and improvements to be made.1(a) Organization. or burning. these must be reported immediately to the Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA). full fire. VI Source Control Coordinator. 7.2 Responsibilities of Personnel 24 Network Loc: Directory Name Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM). there is an exception regarding fires of any magnitude e. XII On . Reporting Role. III Planning section Chief. a single flame. 7. Only cases of suspected criminal damage will be handed to the police for investigation.1.2 EMERGENCY ORGANISATION: - 7. 16 . However.g.1(b) Plant Emergency Plan Manning Requirements.2.1. In the event of any fire. 7.Scene Commander. including late fire calls the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) must call the duty Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) who will initiate the necessary reporting through Personal Officer Relation PO(R). The mechanism for this reporting is through Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to duty Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) who will inform the Personnel Officer (Relations) who in turn will inform the Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) of the event. VII Source Control Team Leaders. smouldering. I Incident Commander. VIII Finance & Administration Section Chief. injuries. and Initial Response to plant emergencies. 7. The emergency organization is followed by a statement detailing the individual position's Location.

XVII Shift Supervisor (CCB Power). XXII Operations Controller (Process) {OC(P)}. XX Operations Controller (Storage & Export) {(OC(S)}. XVIII Process Shift Supervisor (CCB). XXIX Operator: jetty. XXXI Operator Storage & Export.XIII Technical Specialist Unit Leader. XXI Head of Storage & Export. XXVIII Senior Operator (Storage & Export). XIX Head of Maintenance (Process/Utilities/Storage) . XXVI Area Operator (Process). XVI Communication Unit Team Leader. XXV Operations Controller (Utilities) {OC(U)}. XIV Human Resource Unit Leader. XXXIII Duty Operations Safety Engineer. \ XXXIV Shift Supervisor (Storage) {SS(S)} XXXV Turnaround Team Leader XXXXVI Steam Shift Supervisor (SSS) 17 . XXVII Wardens. XV Supply Unit Leader. XXIII Area Operator (utilities) XXIV Emergency Services Liaison Operator.

is responsible for managing all operations directly applicable to the primary mission. a member of the General Staff. Operations section chief. The Operations Chief activates & supervises elements in accordance with the Incident Action Plan & directs its execution. Ensures Company based General Management are fully informed as to the nature and implications of the emergency. Report to: Incident Commander Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center. 18 . II. Initial Response: - Reports to the Incident Commander Center (ICC) and establishes communications with the Incident Commander (IC) team. In consultation with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Functions: - The Operations Section Chief. Reports to: General Manager. (Operations Manager). Location: Incident Commander Center (ICC). requests or releases resources. INCIDENT COMMANDER (PLANT MANAGER) Location: Incident Commander Center (ICC). activates & executes the Site Safety & Health Plan (SS&HP). directs the preparation of unit operational plans. Functions: - Ensures that Plant and Senior Management are fully informed of the status of the particular emergency.ordinates any requirement for resources not directly controlled by Company. Co . makes expedient changes to the Incident Action Plan as necessary.I. Incident Controller raises the alert status to “RED ALERT”. & reports such to the Incident Commander.

Location: Incident Commander Center (ICC). the preparation of incident-specific plans. Location: Incident Commander Centre (ICC). & the status of equipment & personnel resources assigned to tactical response operations. the provision of a wide range of environmental services. 19 . Planning Section Chief. Safety and Environment Division resources. the documentation of response operations & the organization & management of demobilization operations. if appropriate. the check . the preparation of a General Plan. & for organizing & managing: the collection. (ESCR). the preparation of Incident Action Plans for each operational period. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center. evaluation. Report to: Incident Commander (IC). Contacts Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) in the Emergency Services Control Room. Functions: - Responsible for supervising the work of Section personnel. IV. SAFETY OFFICER. Assists the Incident Commander as required. Function: - Advises the Incident Commander Center (ICC) on the availability of the various Health. (Maintenance Manager. Reports to: Incident Commander (IC). (SENIOR OPS SAFETY ENGINEER). Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to Incident Command Center.III.in & assignment of Technical Specialists. & display of information about an incident.

if the Marshaling Point has been designated as either 1. Incidents that are multi . If Marshaling Point 4. Function: - In conjunction with the Operations Section Chief (OSC) ensures that all appropriate procedures and notifications have been carried out. may require the establishment of the Liaison Officer position on the Command Staff.V. The LIO on Plant Area will normally be the Senior Government Relations Officer Report to: Incident Commander. 6. Location: Incident Commander Centre (ICC) Functions. In case of Act of Terrorism or threats to Plant Area. VI. Only one Liaison Officer will be assigned for each incident. LIAISON INFORMATION OFFICER. 7 & 8 has been designated. SOURCE CONTROL COORDINATOR. including incidents operating under Unified Command & multi . During emergencies (Act of Terrorism and threats not included) on Plant Area. The Liaison Officer may have assistants as necessary. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert Signal. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center.jurisdictional. & the assistants may also represent assisting agencies or jurisdictions. PERSONAL OFFICER RELATION PO(R). After incident review with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). or involve several agencies. 2 or 3 proceeds along the A1 direct to the Central Control Building (CCB) and reports to the SS. proceeds to the Marshaling Point indicated along the First Street and awaits directions/ instructions from the Operations Controller 20 . (including Das Police). the LC will be the link between the local authorities and the IMT. The Liaison Officer is the point of contact for the assisting & cooperating Agency Representatives & stakeholder groups. coordinates appropriate procedures and releases Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to the incident scene.jurisdiction incidents. Location: Central Control Building (CCB) or as advised by the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). the LIO will be the link between the local authorities. HEAD OF PROCESS (HOP)/HEAD OF UTILITIES (HOU). 5. Liaises with others in Central Control Building (CCB) as necessary. and the Das Island IMT. Reports to: Operations Section Chief (OM).

Location: Central Control Building (CCB) initially then Incident Scene. the provision of accounting services. (ADMINISTRATION MANAGER). Location: Incident commander center (ICC). 21 . Functions: - Responsible for supervising the work of section personnel & for organizing & managing: the imposition of strict financial control procedures. in conjunction with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center (ICC). Report to: Incident Commander. Reports to: Operations Section Chief (OSC). the provision of financial/legal services & the Humane Resource functions/requirements for incident personnel & their families. makes initial assessment of the situation and declares Alert Status in consultation with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). VIII. Function: - Assumes full control of the situation and. In consultation with Incident Controller and the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares the "All Clear". the receipt & processing of claims. (HEAD OF SHIFT OPERATIONS). Directs all the resources available to him to ensure the incident is brought under control as soon as possible with minimum risk to personnel and plant. ensures that all essential notifications have been made. FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION SECTION CHIEF. SOURCE CONTROL TEAM LEADER. Plant siren should be activated only when there is a life threatening situation. Initial Response: When informed of alarm.VII.

(ICS COORDINATOR). or other alarm message. Safety and Environment Department (HSED) personnel at the site of the incident and assist in firefighting and search/rescue under the instructions of the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). OPERATIONAL SAFETY ENGINEER (OSE). SITE SAFETY OFFICER. Functions: - The Information Officer (IO) is responsible for developing & releasing information about the incident to the news media. When this occurs. (SAFETY TECHNICIANS). Initial Response: On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center. INFORMATION OFFICER (IO). including incidents operating under Unified Command & multi-jurisdictional incidents. The Information Officer may have assistants as necessary. Location: Staging Area and as directed by the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Location: Incident Commander Centre (ICC). XI. On Plant area. Location: Staging Area and as directed by the Operations Safety Engineer (OSE). & to other appropriate agencies & organizations. Only one Information Officer will be assigned for each incident. Function: Provides assistance in firefighting and search/rescue activities. proceeds to the Marshaling Point designated and then as directed by the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). to direct the Health. PERIMETER CONTROL SUPERVISOR. Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO)/Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL)/SO Incident Command Center (ICC). Report to: Incident Commander (IC). Function: - Upon instructions from the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). The Information Officer (IO) may work with Information Officers (IOs) from other directly involved response organizations to form a Joint Information Center (JIC) when Unified Command has been activated. X. & the others become assistants. & the assistants may also represent assisting agencies or jurisdictions. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert. the Information Officer (IO) will release information {(approved by the Incident Commander (IC)} to the Crisis Management Team Only. Reports to: Operations Safety Engineer (OSE). one of the Information Officer (IO) becomes the Incident Information Officer (IIO). to incident personnel.IX. 22 . Initial Response: - Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point and then as instructed by the Operations Safety Engineer (OSE).

Location: Incident Commander Center (ICC). ● In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. Functions: - The Technical Specialist Unit Leader (TSUL) is the advisor to the IMT on technical issues related to Process and Production within the Company. To consult with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and Incident Commander before declaring “RED ALERT” status. Report to: Planning Section Chief (PSC). ● Acts within his discretion in all firefighting and search/rescue activities. XIII.SCENE COMMANDER.XII. ON . (PROCESS ENGINERING TEAM LEADER). TECHNICAL SPECILIAST UNIT LEADER (TSUL). Responsible for firefighting. Location: Staging Area /Site of incident. 23 . Initial Response: - ● Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes responsibility for all firefighting and search/rescue activities. Function: - Directs the resources of the Plant fire system to achieve the objectives determined by the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). FIRE RESCUE TEAM LEADER (FRTL). Reports to: Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) on arrival and subsequently to Head of Shift Operations (HSO). ● Informs the Incident Commander Center (ICC) of Alert Status. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center. gas control and search/rescue activities. The Technical Specialist Unit Leader (TSUL) is supported by the Utility Technical Specialist (UTS). ● Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).

XIV. HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT LEADER (HRUL).
SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER (SPO).
Location: Incident Commander Centre (ICC).
Functions: -
The Human Resource Unit Leader (HRUL) is responsible for providing direct human
resources services to the response organization, including ensuring compliance with
all labor-related laws & regulations.
Another important role for the HRUL is to provide human resources services to
personnel who are affected by the incident; for example critical incident stress
debriefings.
Report to: Finance/Administration Section Chief (FASC).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center (ICC).
XV. SUPPLY UNIT LEADER.
HEAD OF MATERIALS OPERATIONS.
Location: Incident Commander Centre (ICC).
Functions: -
The Supply Unit Leader reports directly to the Support Branch Director.
The Supply Unit Leader is responsible for ordering personnel, equipment and
supplies; receiving, and storing all supplies for the incident; maintaining an inventory
of supplies, and servicing non - expendable supplies and equipment.
Reports to: Logistics Section Chief (LSC).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center.
XVI. COMMUNICATION UNIT LEADER.
(TELECOM ENGINEER).
Location: Incident Commander center (ICC).
Functions: -
The Communications Unit Leader, under the direction of the Service Branch Director
or Logistics Section Chief, is responsible for developing plans for the effective use of
incident communications equipment & facilities; installing & testing communications
equipment; supervising the Incident Communications Center; distributing
communications equipment to incident personnel; & communications equipment
maintenance & repair.
Report to: Logistics Section Chief.
Initial Response: -
On receipt of a Group Alert proceeds to the Incident Command Center.

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XVII. SHIFT SUPERVISOR (CCB POWER).
Location: Central Control Building (CCB).
Function: -
To carry out notifications as laid down in Sec 9.0, Specific Emergency actions.
To carry out the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Head Of Utilities requests as
related to the electrical power systems following normal operational procedures.
Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Head of Utilities, whoever is in
Central Control Building (CCB).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of an alarm carries out functions as specified in Sec 9.0. Specific
Emergency Actions.
XVIII PROCESS SHIFT SUPERVISOR (CCB)
Location: Central Control Building (CCB).
Function: -
To carry out notifications as laid down in Sec. 9.0 Specific Emergency Actions.
To carry out the Head of Process, (HOP) or Head of Utilities (HOU) requests as
related to the control of Trains I, II and III and Utilities areas.
Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Head of Process, (HOP) or whoever is
in Central Control Building (CCB).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of an alarm carries out functions as specified in Sec 9.0 Specific
Emergency Actions.
XIX HEAD OF MAINTENANCE (Process/Utilities/Storage & Export).
Location: Central Control Building (CCB).
Function: -
To provide advice and assistance to the Head of Shift Operations (HSO), Head of
Process (HOP) or Head of Utilities (HOU) as required in all matters relating to Plant
Maintenance.
Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO), Head of Process (HOP) or Head of
Utilities (HOU), whoever is in Central Control Building (CCB).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of a Group Alert Signal, if the Marshaling Point has been designated as
either 1, 2 or 3 proceeds along the A1 direct to the Central Control Building (CCB)
and report to the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).
If Marshaling Point 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 has been designated, proceeds to the Marshaling
Point indicated along the First Street and awaits directions/ instructions from the Area
Team Leader.

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XX. OPERATION CONTROLLER STORAGE & EXPORT {OC(S)}.
Location: Site of incident (if in STORAGE & EXPORT area).
Function: -
To direct, on the instructions of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO), the local
resources available at the site of incident. Assumes the role of Incident Controller.
Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of an alarm proceeds to the site after donning white safety helmet with a 50
mm blue band. Carries out duties as Incident Controller by coordinating first aid, fire
fighting and search/rescue operations until the arrival of the Fire Service who will
then take the responsibility for firefighting and rescue activities. Acts to bring the
emergency under control at the direction of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).
XXI. HEAD OF STORAGE & EXPORT (HOS).
Location: STORAGE & EXPORT Control Room or as directed by Head of Shift
Operations (HSO).
Function: -
- To advise and assist the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and Head of Process (HOP)
or Head of Utilities (HOU) in matters relating to storage and loading facilities under
Company control.
- To establish and maintain communication with vessel muster.
Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Head of Process (HOP)/Head of
Utilities (HOU) whoever is in Central Control Building (CCB).
Initial Response: -
On receipt of a Group Alert Signal, if the Marshaling Point has been designated as
either 1, 2 or 3 proceeds along the A1 direct to the Central Control Building (CCB)
and report to the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) If Marshaling Point 4,5,6,7 or 8 has
been designated, proceeds to the Marshaling Point indicated along the First Street and
awaits directions/ instructions from the Area Team Leader.
XXII OPERATIONS CONTROLLER (PROCESS) [OC (P)].
Location: Site of incident (if in Train areas).
Function: To direct, on the instructions of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO), the
local resources available at the site of incident. Assumes the role of
Incident Controller.
Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO).
Initial Response -:
On receipt of an alarm proceeds to the site after donning white safety helmet with a 50
mm blue band. Carries out duties as Incident Controller by coordinating first aid,
firefighting and search/rescue operations until the arrival of the Fire Service who will
then take the responsibility for firefighting and rescue activities. Acts to bring the
emergency under control at the direction of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).

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Reports to: Operations Controller (Process) {OC (P)}. Carries out duties as Incident Controller by coordinating first aid. Function: - To report any incident and. Initial Response: - Puts on the bright color arm bands and moves to designated Marshaling Point to await Emergency Services. Initial Response: - Proceeds as instructed. XXIV. XXV. Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO). OPERATIONS CONTROLLER (UTILITIES) (OC (U)).XXIII AREA OPERATOR (UTILITIES). on the instructions of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Initial Response: - On receipt of an alarm proceeds to the site donning white safety helmet with a 50 mm blue band. Location: On Site. EMERGENCY SERVICES LIAISON OPERATOR (PROCESS). the local resources available at the site of incident. act as a guide to emergency vehicles. Location: Site of incident/designated Marshaling Point. 27 . to site of incident rendering assistance as required. Function: - To act as liaison between the Emergency Services and SS and. if necessary. under the direction of the Operations Controller (Utilities) {OC (U)} commence appropriate shutdowns and isolations. fire fighting and search/ rescue operations until the arrival of the Fire Service who will then take responsibility for firefighting and search/rescue activities. Safety and Environment Department (HSED)/Fire Service to assume responsibility for these functions. Reports to: Operations Controller (Utilities) {OC (U)}. Function: - To direct. Assumes the role of Incident Controller. Location: Site of incident (if in Utilities Area). Acts to bring the emergency under control at the direction of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Actively participates in the search/rescue of casualties and initial fire and/or gas control until arrival of the Health.

WARDENS. 28 . XXVII. XV111 SENIOR OPERATOR (STORAGE & EXPORT). Initial Response: - Proceeds to the assembly point as defined in Sec 8.0. Location: On Site. Location Emergency Instructions. under the direction of the Operations Controller (Process) {OC (P)} commence appropriate shutdowns and isolations. ensuring that all rooms in the particular building are empty. AREA OPERATOR (PROCESS).0. Initial Response: - Proceeds as instructed. Initial Response: - On receipt of an alarm caries out functions as detailed in sec 9. Location: Wardens are assigned for various locations throughout the facilities as required. Actively participate in the search/rescue of casualties and initial fire and/or gas control until arrival of the Health. to site of incident rendering assistance as required.XXVI. Reports to: Operations Controller (Process) {OC (P)}. Location: Storage & Export Control Room. Specific Emergency Actions. Function: - The function of the warden is to assemble personnel. Function: - To report any incident and. Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO). leading them to the safe Marshaling Point. Reports to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Function: - To carry out the Head of Storage & Export (HOS) requests as related to the control of the Storage & Export Jetty. Safety and Environment Department/Fire Service to assume responsibility for these functions. and carry out a head count.

liaise and pass information to SO in Incident Commander Centre (ICC). OPERATOR – STORAGE & EXPORT. Reports to: Shift Supervisor(S). XXXI.XXIX. DUTY OPERATIONS SAFETY ENGINEER. Function: - To report any incident and. Specific Emergency Actions section.JETTY. Location: Jetty. Initial Response: - Informs Central Control Building (CCB) and Storage & Export Control Room (SCR). Actively participate in the search/rescue of casualties and initial fire and/or gas control until arrival of the Health. Location: On Site. 29 . Safety and Environment Department/Fire Service to assume responsibility for these functions. Location: Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR). to site of incident rendering assistance as required. Reports to: Operation Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. OPERATOR . Function: - Informs the Storage & Export Control Room (SCR) and Central Control Building (CCB) of an incident and carries out initial notifications and shutdowns as detailed in Sec 9. XXX. Also informs Berthing Master if a vessel is at Berth. Initial Response: - On receipt of group alert proceeds to Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) and liaise with both emergency services and {SO Incident Commander Centre (ICC)}. under the direction of the Shift Supervisor(s) commence appropriate shutdowns and isolations. Initial Response: - Proceeds as instructed. Reports to: Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL)/{SO Incident Commander Centre (ICC)}.0. Functions: - Assist the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) as require.

on the instructions of the SS or Head of Process (HOP) or Head of Utilities (HOU). Function: - Provide support to Head of Process (HOP)/Head of Utilities (HOU) as required. if the Marshaling Point has been designated as either 1. To direct. If Marshaling Point 4. Head of Process (HOP)/Head of Utilities (HOU) requests as related to control of trains 1. Location: Storage & Export Control Room. On receipt of an alarm. STEAM SHIFT SUPERVISOR (SSS). Location: Central Control Building (CCB). To carry out the Head of Storage & Export (HOS). Reports to: - Head of Process (HOP)/Head of Utilities (HOU). Function: - To sound Storage & Export general alarm on instruction of SS. Initial Response: - • In Storage & Export Control Room. Commences appropriate measures to bring the emergency under control by directing Operators either by radio or moving to the incident site. Location: Central Control Building (CCB). 30 . XXXIII. • On site. Initial Response. moves to the incident site to direct Operators. personnel to deal with the emergency. Function: To carry out notifications as laid down in section 9. Initial Response: - On receipt of a Group Alert Signal. Reports to: Head of Storage & Export (HOS). Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Head of Process (HOP) or Head of Utilities (HOU) whoever is in Central Control Building (CCB). TURNAROUND TEAM LEADER.0 specific emergency actions. 7 or 8 has been designated. Report to: Head of Shift Operations (HSO). On receipt of an alarm carried out function as specified in sec 9. 5.0 (specific emergency actions). 2 or 3 proceeds along the A1 direct to the Central Control Building (CCB). Head of Process (HOP)/Head of Utilities (HOU) whoever is in Central Control Building (CCB). 2 and 3 utilities areas. SHIFT SUPERVISOR (STORAGE & EXPORT). 6. proceeds to the Marshaling Point indicated along the First Street and awaits directions/ instructions from the Operations Controller XXXIV.XXXII.

In the event of an emergency the immediate supervisor SHALL ensure that all personnel under his control are safely evacuated to the appropriate Marshaling point. 31 . ● Proceed to nearest safe Marshaling Point as directed by WARDENS using escape respirator if required. ● Shut. 8.across when in the gas cloud to the nearest safe Marshaling Point using an escape respirator. SHALL take the following actions: - ● Stop all work.2 EVACUATION OF PLANT. On the sounding of the Plant General Alarm. ● Await further instructions. ● Advise and give assistance to remove personnel working in confined spaces.3. 8.3 CENTRAL CONTROL BUILDING (CCB). but do not lock. ● Proceed windward otherwise . 8. other than those directly involved in the emergency. ● Await instruction from Duty Shift Superintendent. and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system will close upon detection of H2S. from Production Division.1 SUPERVISOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES. Ventilating. ● Shutdown all mobile maintenance equipment. 8. On the sounding of the local alarm or Plant General Alarm non .essential personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ● Leave their place of work. It is the responsibility of all supervisors to account for the number and location of personnel working under their control on the Company facilities.g. e.2 Plant General Alarm. personnel.1 H2S Alarm On the sounding of the H2S Alarm in the Central Control Building (CCB) personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ● Stay at their place of work within the Control Room.3. 8. ● Await further instructions. LOCATION EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS. doors. The fresh air intake of Heating.8.

8. 32 . On the sounding of the Plant General Alarm. ● Proceed across wind.4. doors. to the nearest safe Marshaling Point. ● Persons on tank tops SHALL return to ground via the stair tower and SHALL not use the lifts.4. ♦ Assemble in the general working area with escape respirator and await instructions from the WARDENS.8. ♦ Crowd is controlled.4 EVACUATION OF QUARRY MAINTENANCE BASE (QMB). 8. 8. using escape respirator.5 EVACUATION OF STORAGE & EXPORT: - ● Stop all work. All other available Supervisors SHALL assist the WARDEN to ensure the following actions are carried out: - ♦ Building is totally evacuated. ♦ Any other assistance as requested by the WARDENS. ♦ Machinery is isolated. personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ♦ Leave their place of work or office. ● Await further instructions. ♦ Contact Central Control Building (CCB) for guidance * Available on mezzanine floor walkway.2 Supervisor: - ♦ First available Supervisor SHALL assume the responsibilities of WARDEN and SHALL carry out the following actions: ♦ Don fluorescent waistcoat * ♦ Pick up loud hailer * ♦ Pick up radio * ♦ Direct other available Supervisors to assist.1 Personnel. ♦ Await further instructions. ♦ Shut. but do not lock. ♦ Proceed to the nearest safe Marshaling Point as directed by WARDENS. ● Shutdown all mobile maintenance equipment. using escape respirator if required.

1 H2S Alarm On the sounding of the Hydrogen Sulphide Alarm personnel SHALL take the following actions: - • Stay at their place of work within Storage &Export Control Room (SCR).  Shutdown all mobile maintenance equipment.  Shut. but do not lock. doors.6. On the sounding of the Local Fire or CO2 pre .  Await further instructions. attack fire with available fire extinguisher. 8. 8.6 STORAGE & EXPORT CONTROL ROOM (SCR). 8. ▪ Shut. doors. On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm. 33 .release alarm.8.) • Await instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO)/ Head of Storage & Export (HOS). Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building. but do not lock. personnel SHALL take the following actions: -  Leave their place of work or office.7 EVACUATION OF JETTY.  Assemble in the Car Park south of the building. 8. ▪ Proceed to the nearest safe Marshaling Point using escape respirator if required. personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ▪ Leave their place of work.  If safe to do so. ▪ Await further instructions.8 EVACUATION OF LABORATORY. and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system will close upon detection of H2S.2 Evacuation.  Await further instructions.  Evacuate the building. (The fresh air intake of the Ventilating. non-essential personnel SHALL take the following actions: -  Stop all work. On the instruction of the Jetty Operator.  Proceed to Marshaling using escape respirator if required.6.

8. Designated WARDENS: As posted in each floor. personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ● Leave their place of work or office. ♦ Evacuate the building. ♦ Evacuate the building. Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building. attack fire with available fire equipment. ♦ Assemble in area Car Park between Projects and Annexe buildings. ♦ Await further instructions. doors. 8. ♦ Shut. ♦ If safe to do so. ♦ If safe to do so.10 EVACUATION OF AL JIMI ACCOMMODATION. ♦ Await further instructions. but do not lock. but do not lock. attack fire with available fire extinguisher. ♦ Shut. doors. but do not lock. 34 . attack fire with available fire extinguisher. personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ♦ Leave their place of work or office. On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm personnel/ resident SHALL take the following actions: ♦ Leave their place of work or room. On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm. doors. ● Shut.9 EVACUATION OF PROJECTS BUILDING. ♦ Evacuate your area to the nearest Marshaling Point. ● If safe to do so. Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building 8. ● Evacuate the building through the nearest fire exit. ♦ Shut. Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building.8.11 EVACUATION OF OMA ANNEX On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ♦ Leave their place of work or office. ♦ Assemble in clear area building. On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm. ♦ Await further instructions. attack fire with available fire extinguisher. but do not lock. doors. ♦ If safe to do so. ● Await further instructions.12 EVACUATION OF Company MAIN OFFICE BUILDING.

● Await further instructions.8. Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building. ● Evacuate the area by the shortest route to open air. attack fire with available fire extinguisher. personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ● Stop all work and turn off all machinery. ● Await further instructions.15 EVACUATION OF MATERIALS STORE On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm. ♦ Evacuate Stores Area. attack fire with available fire extinguisher. ● If safe to do so. ♦ If safe to do so. ♦ Leave their place of work or office. ● Shut. personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ♦ Ensure equipment/machines are switched off. doors. ● Leave their place of work or office. ♦ Assemble on flat area between Central Workshop (CWS) and Training Center. On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm. but do not lock. ● If safe to do so.13 EVACUATION OF TRAINING CENTRE.14 EVACUATION OF CENTRAL WORKSHOPS (CWS). personnel SHALL take the following actions: - ● Leave their place of work or office. ● Assemble in the open area North side away from Central Workshop (CWS). ● Shut. On the sounding of the local Fire Alarm. Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building 8. doors. ♦ Shut but do not lock doors. ♦ Await further instructions. but do not lock. ● Evacuate the building. attack fire with available fire extinguisher. 35 . Designated WARDENS: As posted in the building 8.

On instruction from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates Group Alert System and/ or Plant siren..PLANT.1. Assists in the accounting of personnel.1.. awaits acknowledgement:- • "Emergency Gas Leak.. Informs Central Control Building (CCB) by radio.9. 36 . .. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) of wind direction and Marshaling Points that can be used. . Contacts Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) stating: - • Location of Leak. . Upon discovering the hazard moves across wind to a position of RELATIVE SAFETY. . Acknowledges and repeats message.1. Wear BA..3 Power Shift Supervisor. Assists in the search and rescue of missing personnel. In liaison with Central Control Building (CCB)... Stops all hot work and engines. SPECIFIC EMERGENCY ACTIONS. Dons BA.". . 9. Rescues personnel if location is known. . Head of Shift Operations (HSO) SHALL decide the Marshaling Point to be used. 9. Plant. Emergency Gas Leak". Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to ascertain measures to be taken. • Location of Leak.. Gas Leak at . Wear BA".2 Train Shift Supervisor.1 Operators (Plant).1 MAJOR LEAK OF HC/ TOXIC GAS . . Sounds Plant General Alarm if directed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO). • Details of any known casualties. commences appropriate isolations and deployment of gas cloud control equipment. 9. Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) on direct line stating: - • "Gas Leak. 9. .. Gives general call over radio to all Operators stating:- "Gas Leak at .. Ensures that fire pumps have cut in and firemain pressure is adequate. • Report to Marshaling Point No. • Report to Marshaling Point No. Informs: Operations Controller (Utilities) {OC (U)}.

if requested. 37 . Implements Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions relating to plant shutdown and emergency control. the Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) SHALL also be contacted. Considers the shutdown of boilers taking due account of wind direction. 9. Ensures immediate notifications have been made.9. fired heaters and pilot burners. Informs Berthing Master (if not on Tanker. Considers the shutdown of electrical generation except that to power essential services. Establishes the approach to control the emergency with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs the Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) to deploy his men as appropriate. shutdown Utilities completely. at Marine Incident Room). Stops loading ship and unberths if so directed by Shift Supervisor(s).7 Operations Controller (Process/ Utilities) Proceeds to site and directs operations liaising with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Considers shutdown requirements of Plant. Proceeds to the designated Marshaling Point and dons Breathing Apparatus (BA). MAY inform the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) of the situation and confirm that no attendance by the Fire Service is required". assists in firefighting and search/rescue activities as directed by the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL).1. Awaits instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and.4 Jetty Operators. Decides on Plant Siren activation. if appropriate. If the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) is contacted. In consultation with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares alert status and location of Forward Control. Liaises with Operator(s) at site to determine extent and nature of the leak.1. unberth ship. 9.5 Head of Shift Operations.1. Stops all work on Jetty. NOTE: - In the event of a MINOR LEAK of HC or toxic gas the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) at his discretion.1. Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the designated Marshaling Point to direct the Fire Service. 9.6 Operations Safety Engineer Network Loc: Directory Name Emergency Response Procedures Manual (ERPM). Directs Shift Supervisor(s) to stop loading and. If necessary.

Rescues personnel if location is known. • Details of any known casualties. Informs Central Control Building (CCB) by radio. Stops all hot work and engines.2 OUTBREAK OF FIRE – PLANT.8 Head of Process. Acts within his discretion in all activities to control the emergency and carry out search/rescue. Inform the Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status. Acknowledges and repeats message or accept fire alarm. • Location of fire.2. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). awaits acknowledgement. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and sounds Plant sirens if instructed to do so. Proceeds to Central Control Building (CCB) to release Head of Shift Operations (HSO).Fire. 38 . establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency.Fire". Assists in the accounting of personnel.9 Fire & Rescue Team Leader. Ensures all emergency notifications have been completed. 9. Assists in the search for missing personnel. 9. Relays Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions to Utilities Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)). In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).1.1. 9.2 Process Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)}.1 Operators (Plant) Moves to an area of RELATIVE SAFETY. Emergency . Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes responsibility for all actions relevant to control the emergency including search and rescue. 9.2. In liaison with Central Control Building (CCB) commences appropriate isolations and deployment of firefighting and rescue equipment.9. If not received calls: - • " Emergency . Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) providing assistance as required.

2. A fire has occurred on the Plant that has been extinguished.9.2. Decides on Plant Siren activation. as appropriate. 9.. 9. Fires which are immediately extinguished) Head of Shift Operations (HSO) will instruct Utilities Shift Supervisor (CCB) to inform duty HSE must be informed of any late fire call so that he can inform Plant Personnel Officer (Relations) who will inform Police of the event. This is not an Emergency. .. In consultation with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status and location of Forward Control.Power Desk. Establishes the approach to firefighting and rescue operations with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs the Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) to deploy his men." Minor Fires (i.. On instruction of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates Group Alert System and gives a voice message clearly stating: - • Location of fire. 39 ." Ensures that fire pumps have been started and cut in satisfactory and fireman pressure is adequate.4 Head of Shift Operations (HSO).. • Report to Marshaling Point No. "This is not an Emergency. • "Fire at. Awaits instruction from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and. Considers Plant shutdown requirements.3 Utilities Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)} . • Report to Marshaling Point No. assists in firefighting and rescue activities as directed by the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL).e. Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the nominated Marshaling Point to direct the Fire Service..2.. I repeat. Fire at Plant. Informs Operations Controller (Utilities). Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point... The contact SHOULD be via the direct line and the following message sent. Late Fire Call: - Where a minor fire or smouldering has been extinguished without the attendance of the Fire & Rescue Team Plant a "Late Fire Call" SHALL be made. Ensures immediate notifications have been made.. . if requested.5 Operations Safety Engineer.. Liaises with Operator(s) at site to determine extent and nature of fire. Please report to Marshaling Point .

Ensures that all emergency notifications have been completed. Implements Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions relating to plant shutdown and firefighting activities.8 Fire & Rescue Team Leader. 40 .2. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes the responsibility for all firefighting and search/rescue activities. Acts within his discretion in all firefighting and search/rescue activities. 9. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).2. Proceeds to marshaling point and if safe to Central Control Building (CCB) or as directed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO).2. Informs the Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status. Proceeds to site and directs the operations in liaison with Head of Shift Operations (HSO).6 Operations Controller (Process/ Utilities).9.7 Head of Process /Head of Utilities. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Liaises with Forward Control providing assistance as required. 9.

3. awaits acknowledgement: - • "Emergency Gas Leak.3. • Location of leak.3. 9. Gives general call over radio to all Operators stating: - • "Gas Leak at Wear Breathing Apparatus (BA). In liaison with Storage & Export Control Room (SCR). Gas Leak Wear Breathing Apparatus (BA).5 Process Shift Supervisor (CCB). Ensures appropriate measures are taken to control the emergency. Acknowledges and repeats message.3 MAJOR LEAK OF HC . monitoring shutdown and gas detection equipment. 9. Sounds the Storage & Export general alarm on instruction of the SS.3.4 Operations Controller (Storage & Export). commences appropriate isolations and deployment of gas cloud control equipment. Stops all hot work and engines. • Details of any known casualties. Assists in the search for missing personnel.3. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to ascertain measures to be taken. 9. if so instructed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) of the HC leak and wind direction.3 Head of Storage & Export.9.STORAGE & EXPORT. 9. Sounds the Plant Alarm Sirens.2 Senior Operators. 9. Remains in Storage & Export Control Room (SCR). Informs the Central Control Building (CCB) by radio.1 Operators. 41 . Moves across wind to a position of RELATIVE SAFETY. Emergency Gas Leak". Takes action as requested by Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Assists in the accounting of personnel.

If necessary.. Stops all work on Jetties.berth ship. . Establishes the approach to control the emergency with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs the Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating to deploy his men. as appropriate... In consultation with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares alert status and location of Forward Control. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point and dons BA.9 Operations Safety Engineer. . 9. Decides on Plant Siren activation. Considers the shutdown of electrical generation except that to power essential services. Stops loading ship and un . Report to Marshaling Point No.. if appropriate.. Directs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to stop loading and. 9. Storage & Export..3.. Informs Storage & Export Control Room (SCR) (Utilities).3. shuts down Utilities completely. Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the designated Marshaling Point to direct the Fire Service. Gas Leak. 9. Ensures that fire pumps have cut in and fire main pressure is adequate. Liaise with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and the Storage & Export Control Room (SCR).6 Utilities Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)}.3.berths if so directed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO).. 42 . if requested. Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) on direct line stating: - • "Gas Leak. at Marine Incident Room). un .3. Ensures immediate notifications have been made.7 Jetty Operators.. Storage & Export • Report to Marshaling Point No. Informs Berthing Master (if not on Tanker.8 Head of Shift Operations. assists in controlling emergency and rescue activities as directed by the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). Considers the shutdown of boilers taking due account of wind direction.. Considers Plant shutdown requirements and the need for fired heaters and pilot burners to be extinguished. Contacts Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) stating: - Location of Leak. to determine extent and nature of the leak. On instruction from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates Group Alert System.9.. Awaits instructions from SS and.

9. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) providing assistance as required. Ensures all emergency notifications have been completed. Inform the Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status.10 Head of Process/Head of Utilities. Acts within his discretion in all activities to control the emergency and carry out search/ rescue. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 43 . Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes responsibility for all actions relevant to control the emergency including search and rescue.3.11 Fire & Rescue Team Leader. 9.3.

Ensures appropriate measures are taken to control the emergency.Fire".5 Train Shift Supervisor. • Details of any known casualties.4. 9." Informs: Operations Controller Utilities {OC (U)}. 9. .4. Informs Central Control Building (CCB) by radio.3 Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. On the instructions of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates Group Alert System. Remains in Storage & Export Control Room (SCR) monitoring shutdown. fire detection and deluge systems.4. If not received telephones (-----) stating: - • "Emergency .Fire. 9. . Emergency .4. 9. Relays Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions to Shift Supervisor (s).4 Head of Storage & Export (HOS). 9. • Report to Marshaling Point No.. Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • "Fire at Storage & Export.4 OUTBREAK OF FIRE .2 Shift Supervisor Storage & Export {SS(S)). Acknowledges and repeats message or accepts fire alarm. 9. • Location of fire. On instructions of Head of Shift Operations (HSO) sounds the Storage & Export siren.6 Power Shift Supervisor. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and sounds sirens if instructed to do so.. Fire at Storage & Export” • Report to Marshaling Point No... Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating: • Location of fire..STORAGE & EXPORT. Assists in the search for missing personnel. awaits acknowledgement. Takes action as requested by Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. Assists in the accounting of personnel.4.4. Monitors condition as required. Stops all hot work and engines. Ensures that fire pumps have cut in and fire main pressure is adequate...1 Operators (Storage & Export). In liaison with Storage & Export Control Room (SCR) and Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)} commences appropriate isolations and deployment of firefighting and rescue equipment. 44 .9.

. if requested. 9. Ensures that all emergency notifications have been completed. and. Liaises with Forward Control providing assistance as required.9. Establishes the approach to firefighting and rescue operations with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs the Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) to deploy his men as appropriate.4. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9.4.4. Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the nominated Marshaling Point to direct the Fire Service. Awaits instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Late Fire Call: Where a minor fire or smouldering has been extinguished without the attendance of the Plant Fire Service a "Late Fire Call" SHALL be made.. A fire has occurred on the Storage & Export that has been extinguished. In consultation with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status and location of Forward Control. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes responsibility for all firefighting and search/rescue activities.8 Operations Safety Engineer Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point. assists in firefighting and rescue activities as directed by the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). Ensures immediate notifications have been made. Liaises with Operator(s) at site to determine extent and nature of fire. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Acts within his discretion in all firefighting and search/rescue activities. The contact should be via the direct line and the following message sent: "This is not an Emergency. Informs the Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status..10 Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). I repeat.9 Head of Process/Head of Utilities. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. Decides on STORAGE & EXPORT Siren activation.7 Head of Shift Operations. 45 ." 9. This is not an Emergency. Please report to Marshaling Point.4.

9. • Ensures that the Hi .5. Informs:- • Berthing Master (if not on Tanker. Stops loading pumps through emergency trip.5.5 Train Shift Supervisor. at Marine Incident Room).Jetty. 46 . Sounds the Storage & Export general alarm on instruction of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9. • Prepares to disconnect loading arms. Emergency Gas Leak . (----). if instructed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO).berths ship.3 Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. • Report to Marshaling Point No. 9.Ex foam system has started operating on auto . • Dons Breathing Apparatus (BA). Acknowledges and repeats message.JETTY. Activates manual alarm call point. Radio Central Control Building (CCB) stating: - • "Emergency Gas Leak .2 Senior Operator.5 MAJOR LEAK OF HC/ TOXIC GAS .Jetty.Jetty.5.4 Head of Storage & Export (HOS). 9.mode.Jetty. monitoring shutdown and gas detection equipment. Monitors conditions as required. • Ship's Master. Telephone Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • "Emergency Gas Leak .5. Remains in Storage & Export Control Room (SCR). • Un . Takes action as requested by Head of Storage & Export (HOS). Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to ascertain measures to be taken. • Shift Supervisor(s). Ensures appropriate measures are taken to control the emergency. 9. Emergency Gas Leak . If not acknowledged telephones (----) and repeats message.1 Jetty Operators.5.9.

5. 9.5. Informs Operations Controller Process { OC(P)}. Acts within his discretion in all firefighting and search/rescue activities. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and provides assistance as required. (----) where he assumes responsibility for all firefighting and search/rescue activities. 9.5. Inform Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status.10 Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S))}. Ensures that all emergency notifications have been completed. 9. 9. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. Liaises with Jetty Operator through the Shift Supervisor (s) to determine extent and nature of the leak.5. Awaits instructions from the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and.8 Operation Safety Engineer (OSE). Ensures fire pumps have cut in and fire main pressure is adequate.5. Proceeds to Marshaling Point (----) and dons Breathing Apparatus (BA). Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to Marshaling Point (---- ) to liaises with the Fire Service. • Report to Marshaling Point (-----). Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Operations Controller Utilities {OC(U)} or Shift Supervisor Storage & Export {SS(S)} as appropriate.7 Head of Shift Operations. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and provides assistance as required.6 Power Shift Supervisor. Declares Alert Status and decides on STORAGE & EXPORT Siren activation. 47 .11 Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). 9. if requested. Ensures immediate notifications have been made.9 Head of Process/Head of Process. Upon instructions from the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates Group Alert System. Establishes the approach to control the emergency with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and direct the Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) to deploy his men as appropriate.9.5. Proceeds to Marshaling Point No. Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating: - • Gas leak at Jetty. assists in firefighting and rescue activities as directed by the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL).

(----). 9.1 Jetty Operators. repeating message. Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating: - • Fire at Jetty. • Ship's Master.Ex foam system has started operating.Fire on Jetty". • Report to Marshaling Point No. 9.6. Un . Takes action as requested by Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. at Marine Incident Room).JETTY.6. Stops loading pumps. Activates manual alarm call point. Sound the Storage *Export general alarm on instruction of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Upon instructions of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates Group Alert system. 9. Ensures appropriate measures are taken to control the emergency.9. • Report to Marshaling Point No. Ensures fire pumps have cut in and fireman pressure is adequate. Remains in Storage & Export Control Room (SCR) monitoring shutdown equipment.3 Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. Radios Central Control Building (CCB) stating: • "Emergency .6.Fire on Jetty. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and relays his initial instructions to the Jetty Operator. Informs: - • Berthing Master (if not on Tanker. Fire on Jetty". 9.6. 9. (----). Ensures that the Hi . (----). Acknowledges and repeats message.6 OUTBREAK OF FIRE .6. If not acknowledged telephones No.berths ship if instructed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 48 .5 Power Shift Supervisor.2 Shift Supervisor Storage & Export {SS(S)). Emergency .4 Train Shift Supervisor. Prepares to disconnect loading arms. • Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}. Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: • "Fire on Jetty.

9.9 Head of Storage ( Export (HOS). Acts within his discretion in all firefighting and search/rescue activities. 9. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) providing assistance as required. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). The contacts SHOULD be via the direct line and the following message sent: "This is not an Emergency. in firefighting and search/rescue activities as directed by the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). A fire has occurred on the Jetty that has been extinguished.6. as appropriate. In conjunction with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status. This is not an Emergency. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) providing assistance as required. Ensures immediate notifications have been made. Proceeds to Marshaling Point No. if requested. 9. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO).6. Ensures that all notifications have been completed. (-----) where he assumes responsibility for all firefighting and search/rescue activities.6. Decides on STORAGE & EXPORT Siren activation.6. I repeat. Late Fire Call: - Where a minor fire or smouldering has been extinguished without the attendance of the Fire Service a "Late Fire Call" SHALL be made. 9. Establishes the approach to control the emergency with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs the Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) to deploy his men. Awaits instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and assists.9. Please report to Marshaling Point No. (----). Liaises with Jetty Operator to determine extent and nature of fire. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency.8 Head of Operations/ Head of Utilities.10 Fire & Rescue Team Leader.6 Head of Shift Operations (HSO).7 Operations Safety Engineer. Proceeds to Marshaling Point No.6. (---). 49 . Informs Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status.

and repeat the above message. Throws nearest lifebuoy for aid. Man in water at ..7..7.7. Launches life raft... 9.1 Observer/ Jetty Operator.... Renders further assistance.. Observer to inform Jetty Operator who SHALL radio or telephone the Central Control Building (CCB) stating: - "Emergency.. Maintains contact with Marine on channel No..9...7 PERSON FALLING INTO SEA .....". 9. Emergency Man in water at .. Request assistance". On arrival of assistance dons safety harness / lifeline and lifejacket. Emergency Man in water at . 9.JETTY...7.4 Train Shift Supervisor Acknowledges and repeats message.. Emergency. (---) using portable VHF set (located in Operator's cabin at Jetty).. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Determines if person in the water is capable of self help... Informs Shift Supervisor {Storage & Export (SSS)}. On receiving message from the Jetty Operator Communicate the following message..5 Power Shift Supervisor Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating and Head of Storage & Export and informs them of the situation.7.. 50 . Jetty operator SHALL radio or telephone Storage & Export Control Room (SCR). Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • "Emergency. Proceeds to the incident scene. 9.3 Storage & Export Shift Supervisor Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO).. • "Emergency.2 Storage & Export Control Room Operator.... CAUTION: - Enter the water only as a last resort or on specific instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Shift Supervisor {Storage & Export (SSS)} only if capable of swimming and using safety harness/ lifeline and life jacket.. Prepares to enter the water from the sea level platform.. 9.

51 . Determine if person in the water is capable of self help. 9.7..8. (---) using portable VHF set (located in Operator's cabin at Jetty).. Prepares to enter the water from the sea level platform. Liaises with Shift Supervisor (s) regarding Marine response to the request for assistance. Liaises with Jetty Operator to determine ability of the casualty to self help..2 Storage & Export Shift Supervisor. Jetty operator SHALL radio or telephone Storage & Export Control Room (SCR) and repeat the above message. if a man should enter the water to rescue the casualty.SULPHUR JETTY. ".9. dons safety harness/lifeline and lifejacket... CAUTION: - Enter the water only as a last resort or on specific instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or Shift Supervisors(s) only if capable of swimming and using safety harness/lifeline and life jacket. Renders assistance as required. Ensures immediate notifications have been made. 9. Throws nearest lifebuoy for aid. Emergency Man in water at . Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Determines on arrival at the incident site.. Launches liferaft. On arrival of assistance. 9.8. Informs Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)}.3 Storage & Export Shift Supervisor..6 Head of Shift Operations. Proceeds to Jetty. 9... Emergency Man in water at . Maintains contact with Marine on channel No... Communicates the following message: - • "Emergency. If it is decided to attempt a rescue the rescuer should enter the water from the sea level platform only if he is capable of swimming and using adequate safety gear.7 Operations Safety Engineer.1 Observer/Jetty Operator. Proceeds to incident scene. Observer to inform Jetty Operator who SHALL radio or telephone the Central Control Building (CCB) stating: - • "Emergency. 9.. Renders further assistance.7.8.8 PERSON FALLING INTO SEA . Request assistance"..

.8. Emergency.. if a man should enter the water to rescue the casualty. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Renders assistance as required.8.4 Train Shift Supervisor.8.6 Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9.8.9. Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • "Emergency..5 Power Shift Supervisor. 52 . Proceeds to Jetty. Liaises with Head of Storage & Export (HOS) regarding Marine response to the request for assistance.7 Operations Safety Engineer. 9. Man in water at . Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) and Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)} and informs them of the situation....... Determines on arrival at the incident site. If it is decided to attempt a rescue the rescuer should enter the water from the sea level platform with adequate safety gear and SHALL be capable of swimming.. Liaises with Jetty Operator to determine ability of the casualty to self help. Acknowledges and repeats message.". Ensures immediate notification have been made. 9.

9. CAUTION: - Casualties SHALL not be moved unless leaving them will increase the risk of further injury. • Nature of injuries. for rescue purposes. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO).depending on accident location. 53 . • Number of persons injured.. • Location of accident.9. • Marshaling Point to be used. 9. • Nature of injuries. Ensures that the appropriate notifications have been made. Safety and Environment (MHSE).3 Power Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)}.accident.accident at ……. Emergency accident. if required. State the following: - • Emergency accident.9 MAJOR INJURY OR ILLNESS.9.9. • Request assistance. Emergency . Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • Emergency . 9.9.1 Site Personnel. if known. As instructed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO) proceeds to accident location and assists in the organization of rescue and first aid activities.4 Head of Shift Operations.2 Process Shift Supervisor {Central Control Building (CCB)}.5 Operations Safety Engineer (OSE). 9. if required. 9. if known. Contacts Head of Shift Operations (HSO) or if in Storage & Export area.9. Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the designated Marshaling Point to direct Ambulance and. Casualties SHOULD be given first aid treatment until medical arrives on site. Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating location of injured personnel and Marshaling Points to be used. • Number of persons injured. Head of Storeage & Export (HOS) by radio or calling telephone (---).9. • Request Ambulance. Proceeds to the designated Marshaling Point. Acknowledges and repeats message. Fire Service to scene of accident. Informs Operations Manager (OM) and Manager Health. Informs Operations Controller Process {OC(P)} or Operations Controller Utilities {OC(U)} .

Ensures personnel have left the area. 9. Erect barriers carrying warning notices defining the hazardous area.6 Operations Controller.10. liaises with the Radiological Protection Supervisor (RPS) to retrieve the source.5 Head of Shift Operations.10 LOSS OF RADIOACTIVE SOURCE. Informs Radiological Protection Supervisor (RPS) stating location of emergency and the reporting point. Ensures immediate notification have been made by Shift Supervisor Utilities SS(U) and Shift Supervisor Process {SS(P)}.10.1 Introduction. the following procedure shall be followed or as advised by the Radiological Protection Supervisor (RPS). Liaises with the Instrument Engineer / Inspection Engineer and the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9. 9.4 Power Shift Supervisor. Ensures that all personnel leave the immediate vicinity of the source. 54 .2 Instrument Engineer/ Plant Inspection Engineer. 9. Assist the Radiological Protection Supervisor (RPS) in reduction of radiation levels and retrieval of source. the Instrument Section of Maintenance Dept and Corrosion & Inspection Department (C&ID). Ensures all personnel have evacuated the area by liaising with Operations Controller Process {OC(P)} or Operations Controller Utilities {OC(U)}.3 Process Shift Supervisor .9. Informs Central Control Building (CCB) by telephone (----). In the event of any suspected loss of.Central Control Building (CCB). Radioactive sources are used primarily by 2 Sections within Company. Through Operations Controller Process {OC(P)} or Operations Controller Utilities {OC(U)}. any sealed source of radioactive material.10. Erects barriers around the area. 9. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9. Awaits arrival of Radiological Protection Supervisor (RPS) for further advice/information.10. or damage to. Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating nature and location of emergency. Ensures barriers are erected around the area at a maximum reasonable distance from the scene to keep the radiation levels within limits at the boundary. Upon instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) proceeds to the area.10.10.

Assists the Radiological Protection Supervisor (RPS) as required.8 Operations Safety Engineer Proceeds to the site.7 Radiological Protection Supervisor. Gas Alarm Quarry Maintenance Base Report to Marshaling Point No. On arrival at the safe Marshaling Point. Upon hearing the local H2S alarm. 9. Takes such steps as are necessary to reduce exposure and retrieve the source. Contacts Head of Maintenance (HOM). 55 .11 QUARRY MAINTENANCE BASE EMERGENCY. 9.1 Wardens. If gas alarm.11. 9. Contacts Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating: - Gas Alarm Quarry Maintenance Base.11. carries out a head count and informs Central Control Building (CCB) of any missing persons. Acknowledges and repeats message. Ensures all personnel have left the immediate vicinity of the source.10.2 Train Shift Supervisor. (---). Awaits further instructions. telephones (---) and seeks advise for safest evacuation route and Marshaling Point. If it is a MAJOR LEAK. If instructed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates the Group Alert system. Report to Marshaling Point No.10. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9. Gas Alarm Quarry Maintenance Base (QMB). (---). (---). telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • Gas Alarm Quarry Maintenance Base. 9. Instruct personnel to wear escape respirators.11. Ensures all barriers are set at correct distance. gives general call over radio to all Operators stating Gas Alarm Quarry Maintenance Base (QMB). Informs Operations Controller Process {OC(P)} or Operations Controller Utilities {OC(U)} as appropriate.3 Power Shift Supervisor.9. Requests Plant area Operator to close Road No.

9. Ensures that Health. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9.4 Head of Shift Operations. Dispatch an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the nominated Marshaling Point to direct the Fire Service. Ensures that all emergency notifications have been completed. Dependent on wind direction and source of leak proceeds as for MAJOR LEAK 9. Safety and Environment Department (HSED) personnel dons Breathing Apparatus (BA).11.6 Head of Process/ Head of Utilities. Awaits instructions from the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and assists in gas dispersion and search/ rescue activities as directed. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes responsibility for all measures required to bring the situation under control. Proceeds to Marshaling Point and dons Breathing Apparatus (BA).9. 56 .5 Operations Safety Engineer. Ensures immediate notifications have been made. Assists Head of Shift Operations (HSO) as required. Declares Alert Status.7 Fire & Rescue Team Leader. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. Informs Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Liaises with Wardens and Operators to determine concentration/extent and source of gas.11.11.11.

12 POWER STATION .g. Evacuate all personnel from area concerned. electric…etc. Gas Turbine (GT) shuts down and releases CO2 automatically. isolate source of combustion and vent/drain fuel lines. e. • Type of fire. close main gas valve and open the main gas vent. CAUTION: - Under no circumstances SHALL a person take undue risks in attempting to extinguish a fire. Shut off gas and fuel oil supplies to Gas Turbine (GT). e. In the event of a gas fire on scrubbers. secondary scrubbers.Fire at Power Station".Fire at Power Station". pump gland. "Emergency .9. inside turbine canopy. Close all doors and standby for Emergency Services. • In case of small fire attempt to extinguish using the available fire extinguisher. if not use manual procedure. Alert the Fire Services immediately by emergency telephone No. Shutdown Gas Turbine(s) {GT(s)}. If applicable. Standby for Emergency Services. offices. change all Gas Turbines (GTs) to fuel oil. 57 . Give precise details stating:- • Location of fire. The following specific actions SHALL be taken by Operations staff for fire in the areas listed below: - • Fire Inside Turbine Canopy. • Fire at Secondary Scrubbers. • Details of any known injuries. 9. • Fire in Turbine Hall. • Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO)/ Head of Utilities (HOU)/ Operations Controller Utilities {OC(U)} by radio. turbine hall. switch rooms.EMERGENCY RESPONSE. Fire in electrical equipment to be isolated if possible.g.(---) or radio to the Central Control Building (CCB) and activate the break glass alarm (where applicable). In the event of a major fire:- • Restrict access of personnel and vehicles.1 Outbreak of Fire. main gas skid. flange leak. Leave all doors closed and standby for Emergency Services. Say.12. Switch off turbine hall supply fans. "Emergency . control rooms…etc. Vent gas line to atmosphere and drain fuel oil line.

Standby for Emergency Services.12. • Exact location. • Fire at Switch Rooms/ Evacuate all personnel from area concerned.Gas Leak at Power Station".e. 9. Standby for Emergency Services.Gas Leak at Power Station". Auto fire protection SHALL operate. Leave all doors closed and standby for Emergency Services. Move across wind to a safe location. Shut off gas supply. Leave all doors closed and standby for Emergency Services. • Fire at Office and Control Room. Change to fuel oil. At the earliest opportunity alert persons in the immediate vicinity and raise the alarm. 58 . Change Gas Turbines (GTs) to fuel oil. Vent gas line. Evacuate all personnel from area concerned. Leave all doors closed and standby for Emergency Services. Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO)/Operations Controller Utilities by radio saying. close main gas valve and vent lines. If not then operate on manual. i. Change Gas Turbines (GTs) to fuel oil and isolate main gas valve. do not switch off or on. Evacuate all personnel from area concerned. Standby for Emergency Services. Don Breathing Apparatus (BA). "Emergency . isolate gas to turbine hall and vent lines. Remain in safe location and restrict the entry of persons. • Wind direction if possible. if not use manual procedure.2 Gas or Oil Leak. Vehicles shall be stopped and their engines switched off. • Gas Leak Inside Turbine Hall. Gas Turbine (GT) shuts down automatically. Any 'Hot work' shall be stopped and any non-flameproof type electrical equipment shall be left untouched.• Fire at Main Gas skid. • Gas Leak at Secondary Scrubbers. The following specific actions SHALL be taken by Operations staff for gas leak in the area listed below: - • Gas Leak Inside Turbine Canopy. • "Emergency .

Commences deployment of firefighting and rescue equipment. Normally waste is kept till they are ready for shipment/Waste Disposal Area. 9. Ensure appropriate measures are taken to control the emergency. isolate Gas Turbine (GT) scrubbers and vent down line.13.2 Utilities Senior Operator. 9. In case of fire: - 9.13. Liaise with Operations Controller at site to determine extent and nature of fire. Stop all work and evacuate personnel to Marshaling points (---) or (---) as appropriate.3 Operations Controller. Ensure immediate notification has been made. Fire Area. Standby for Emergency Services. 9. Change Gas Turbines (GTs) to fuel oil isolate main gas valve.• Gas Leak at Main Gas Skid.13.4 Head of Shift Operations.13 SEA WATER LAYDOWN AREA (TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE SITE). Give details of any casualty damage…etc. Dispatch Emergency Service Liaison Operator to Marshaling Point. 59 . a late fire call should nevertheless be made. Where a minor fire smouldering has been extinguished without the attendance area of Fire Service. Contact duty Operation Safety Engineer (OSE) stating the location of fire and takes over as incident controller.1 Utilities Operator Inform Central Control Building (CCB) by radio or telephone (---) by stating “Fire. 9. The contact should be via the direct line.13.

9. Telephone Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating: - • “Sulphur leak at”. phone Tel._____________ Ensures that fire pumps have cut in and fire main pressure is adequate.2 Process Shift Supervisor .3 Power Shift Supervisor . Stops all hot work and engines. Inform Central Control Building (CCB) by radio. Must allow time for Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) team to assemble. • Report to Marshaling point No.” • Location of the sulphur leak and extent of leak. Stops all other work and ensures non-essential personnel evacuate to selected Marshaling Point. Acknowledges and repeats message. 60 .Sulphur leak. 9.14. Emergency .14 MAJOR LEAK OF LIQUID SULPHUR PLANT.Central Control Building (CCB). Move to an area of relative safety. In liaison with Central Control Building (CCB) commence appropriate isolations and deployment of firefighting and rescue equipment. 9. (---) stating: - • “Emergency – Sulphur leak. If group alert activated establishes contact to Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) by telephone…etc. Inform Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Dons protective clothing and rescues personnel if location is known and can be accomplished without undue risk.1 Operators (Plant). • Details of any known causalities.Central Control Building (CCB).14. Activates the group alert if advised by Head of Shift Operations (HSO).14. Relays Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instruction to Process Shift Supervisor. 9. await acknowledgement. Assist in the accounting of personnel. Assist in the search for missing personnel. If not received.

Dispatches an Emergency Services Liaison Operator (ESLO) to the nominated Marshaling Point to direct the Fire & Rescue Services and advises status to all group alert members arriving at Marshaling Point.4 Head of Shift Operations. and consults with Area Operations Incident Controller (Operations Controller). Considers Sulphur Plant shutdown requirements. assists in firefighting. 9. 61 . I repeat this is not an emergency. “This is not an emergency.6 Operations Controller (Process).9. containment and rescue activities as directed by Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). The leak has been stopped.14. In consultation with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status and location of Forward Control.14. if requested. Implements Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions relating to Plant shutdown. Liaises with Operator(s) at site to determine extent and nature of the liquid sulphur leak. Isolation and deployment of emergency equipment. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point. firefighting and containment activities. Confirms head count and initiate initial search and rescue activities. Assumes responsibilities of Incident Controller.5 Operations Safety Engineer. Proceeds to incident location and directs the Operations in liaison with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). A minor sulphur leak occurred on the Sulphur Plant. Ensures immediate notifications have been made. Decides and communicates the Marshaling Point. Please report to Marshaling Point _____________ 9. Late “Fire” Call. Following arrival of HP in Central Control Building (CCB) proceeds to incident scene to establish the approach to firefighting /containment and rescue operations with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs the Operations Safety Engineer (OSE) to deploy his men. Where a minor leak has been stopped and the attendance of the Fire & Rescue Services is not required a “Late Fire Call” shall be made. as appropriate. Advises Process Shift Supervisor on group alert status. Awaits instruction from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and. The contact should be via the direct line and the following message sent.14.

• Emergency – sulphur leak on rundown line. Providing assistance as required. Advises OM on any developments and status of emergency. Inform Central Control Building (CCB) by radio. to Central Control Building (CCB) as directed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO).8 Fire & Rescue Team Leader. Proceeds to nominated Marshaling Point and if safe. If necessary close the road at a suitable distance from the leak by stopping any passing vehicle.15. When acknowledgement received state:- • Emergency – sulphur leak on rundown line. (---). containment and search/rescue activities. Stop all pedestrian / vehicle movement as well as all work and engines in the vicinity of the sulphur leak. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. State exact location of the sulphur leak. Proceeds to the area of the sulphur leak in the Storage & Export shift vehicle and closes off the road if necessary.ordinates deployment of plant emergency actions. containment and search/rescue activities. 9.14.2 Storage & Export Shift Supervisor. Informs Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status. Informs Sulphur Ship Master if a ship is alongside Berth No.15 MAJOR LEAK OF LIQUID SULPHUR – RUNDOWN LINE.15. Move to an area of relative safety. Ensure Fire & Rescue Services will have access if required. Give details of any known casualties. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Liaises with Forward Control. 9. Co . Consults with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and status of emergency. Contacts Central Control Building (CCB) and liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to minimize the leak. 9. Contact Storage & Export Control Room and request shift vehicle to come to leak location and close off access at a safe distance from the leak. Acts within his discretion in all firefighting.9. 62 . awaits acknowledgement. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9.14. Ensures that all emergency notifications have been completed. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point where he assumes the responsibility for all firefighting.1 Operators.7 Head of Process/ Head of Utilities.

9. firefighting and rescue operation with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs Senior Operations Safety Engineer (SOSE) to deploy his men. Informs Process Superintendent that there is a serious molten sulphur leak on the rundown line to storage. Gives exact location of the leak.15.15. Ensures that fire pumps have cut in and fire main pressure is adequate. 63 . 9. as appropriate. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and Operations Controller Storage & Export {OC(S)} in the field to contain liquid sulphur spillage and shutdown/isolate plant as required. The contact should be via the direct line and the following message sent. Establishes the approach to containment. Ensures correct Safety Equipment/PPE is utilized when evaluating the leak.4 Train Shift Supervisor. Relays Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions to Shift Supervisor(s). 9.6 Head of Shift Operations. Proceeds to nominated Marshaling Point then onto the Storage & Export Control Building by the safest route. Liaises with the Shift Supervisor(s) and Operator(s) at the leak location to determine severity of the leak and hazards it is creating. In consultation with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status and location of Forward Control (following arrival of Head of Shift Operations (HSO) in Central Control Building (CCB)). Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating:- • Leak on Sulphur rundown line. Late Fire Call Where a minor liquid sulphur leak from the rundown line has stopped without the attendance of Fire & Rescue Service Department {F&RS(D)} a “Late Call” shall be made.3 Head of Storage & Export.5 Power Shift Supervisor. This is not an emergency. this is not an emergency. • Location.15. Acknowledges and repeats message. A liquid sulphur leak occurred on the sulphur rundown line at (Location).15. The leak has now stopped. I repeat. When confirmed that Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) is manned. Confirms the affected road has been closed to traffic. leak on sulphur rundown line. 9. Please report to Marshaling Point . Considers Sulphur Plant shutdown requirements.

firefighting and rescue activities as directed by Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). Establishes a forward control in consultation with Head of Shift Operations (HSO). 9. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to direct Operations. Attempts to isolate the leaking line. Activates manual alarm call point. Proceeds to the designated Marshaling Point where he assumes the responsibility for all containment.15. Coordinates maintenance support from Head of Maintenance (HOM) and Lead Engineers. Proceeds to Marshaling Point and if safe to Central Control Building (CCB). 9.15.1 Jetty Operator. If not acknowledged. Proceeds in the shift vehicle to the vicinity of the leak and closes the road to prevent access to the area. Proceeds to designated Marshaling Point. Awaits instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) and.7 Operations Safety Engineer.15. plant shutdown and firefighting activities. In consultation with the Head of Shift Operations (HSO). if requested.10 Fire & Rescue Team Leader.9 Head of Process.15. 9.16. 64 . Un . telephones (---) repeating the above message. Advises Operations Manager (OM) of status and updates regularly. establishes the approach to be taken in controlling the emergency. Radios Central Control Building (CCB) stating:- • Emergency.berths ship if instructed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO). Informs Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status. Implements Head of Shift Operations (HSO) instructions relating to containment. informs the Berthing Master and Ship’s Master (by Marine Radio which is on the International channel). Liquid Sulphur Leaks on Sulphur Jetty” (or Storage Area). assists in containment. firefighting and rescue activities. Stops loading pumps.SULPHUR STORAGE/JETTY. 9. or as directed by Head of Shift Operations (HSO).8 Storage & Export Shift Supervisor.9. Liquid Sulphur Leak on Sulphur Jetty” (or Storage Area). 9. • Emergency. If a ship is on the berth. Contacts Process and gives details of the liquid sulphur leak.16 MAJOR LEAK OF LIQUID SULPHUR . Acts within his discretion in all containment. Prepares to disconnect loading arms. firefighting and rescue activities.

5 Power Shift Supervisor. Contacts Operations Safety Engineer OSE stating: - • Major Sulphur Leak on Sulphur Jetty” (or Sulphur Storage Area). Report to Marshaling Point (----). 9.6 Head of Shift Operations. The contact should be made using the direct line and the following message given. Following initiation of the Group Alert and allowing time for the Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) team to assemble. 9.2 Senior Operator (Storage & Export). Sounds Storage & Export General Alarm on instruction of Head of Shift Operations (HSO). On instructions of the Head of Shift Operations (HSO) activates group alert system.3 Shift Supervisor(s). Late ‘Fire” call. Ensures fire pumps have cut in and fire main pressure is adequate.9.16. this is not an Emergency”. In conjunction with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) declares Alert Status. Where a liquid sulphur leak has stopped or is considered minor and the Fire & Rescue Service (F&RS) are not required to attend a “Late Fire Call” shall be made. Ensures appropriate measures are taken to contain the leaking molten sulphur. A liquid sulphur leak has occurred on the Sulphur Jetty (Sulphur Storage Area).16. Liaises with the Jetty Operator (or Storage Area Operator) to determine extent and severity of the liquid sulphur leak. The leak has stopped/is minor and has been safely contained by Operations Personnel. Takes action as requested by Shift Supervisor(Storage & Export). I repeat. Liaises with Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) at the incident scene following handover to Head of Process (HOP) in Central Control Building (CCB). Informs Head of Shift Operations (HSO) that Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) is activated and are aware of the situation. 9. Acknowledges message from Jetty Operator (Storage Area Operator) and repeats message.16. “This is not an Emergency. 9.4 Process Shift Supervisor Central Control Building (CCB).16. Establishes the approach to control/contain the leak with the Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL) and directs OSE to deploy his men as appropriate to assist in the control and containment of the Liquid Sulphur Leak (at the Sulphur Jetty or in the Sulphur Storage Area).16. Remains in Storex Control Room (SCR) monitoring shutdown of equipment. Ensures immediate notifications have been made. 65 . Telephones Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) stating:- • Major Sulphur Leak on the Sulphur Jetty” (in the Sulphur Storage Area).

in isolation and containment of the liquid sulphur leak on the Jetty or in the Sulphur Storage Area as directed by Fire & Rescue Team Leader (FRTL). If a ship is on Berth.16. Acts within his discretion in all liquid sulphur containment activities. 66 .16. Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) providing assistance. 9. Establishes Forward Control in consultation with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) (Sulphur Jetty or Sulphur Storage Area). at the incident scene.16. as instructed to Marshaling Point (---).8 Head of Process.9.7 Operations Safety Engineer. Informs Emergency Services Control Room (ESCR) of Alert Status. In consultation with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) establishes the approach to be taken to isolate and contain the liquid sulphur spillage.10 Fire & Rescue Team Leader.16. establishes contact with both Berthing Master and Ship’s Master for any actions required.9 Head of Storage & Export. 9. Proceeds. as required. Ensures all notifications have been completed listed as:- Liaises with Head of Shift Operations (HSO) providing assistance as required. 9. Awaits instructions from Head of Shift Operations (HSO) to assist if required. Proceeds to Marshaling Point 8 where he assumes responsibility for all spill containment activities. Takes control in Central Control Building (CCB) when Head of Shift Operations (HSO) proceeds to incident scene.