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Safety Procedure
Process Safety Critical Equipment

Process Safety Cricical


HeiRule Handbook Process
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Equipment
Safety Critical
Safety & Health
Procedure Equipment

CONTENTS

1. REVISION HISTORY ........................................................................................................... 2


2. INTRODUCTION & OBJECTIVE ............................................................................................ 2
3. SCOPE ............................................................................................................................. 2
4. DEFINITIONS .................................................................................................................... 2
5. PROCEDURE / STEPS ......................................................................................................... 4
a. General responsibilities ................................................................................................ 4
b. Process safety critical equipment procedure (Appendix A) ........................................... 5
6. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE............................................................................................ 7
7. VERIFICATION .................................................................................................................. 8
8. REFERENCES TO OTHER DOCUMENTS ................................................................................ 8
APPENDIX A – PROCESS FLOW PROCESS SAFETY CRITICAL EQUIPMENT ....................................... 9
APPENDIX B LIST OF PROCESS SAFETY CRITICAL EQUIPMENT ................................................... 10
APPENDIX C MINIMAL INSPECTION REGIME ............................................................................. 11

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1. REVISION HISTORY

Issue Change description Status Author Date

February
1 First issue of procedure Final Dietmar Laske
2017
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2. INTRODUCTION & OBJECTIVE

The objective of this procedure is to identify process safety critical equipment and to assure technical
and organizational compliance in order to mitigate safety and environmental risks related to this
equipment.

It is mandatory to:
• Implement this procedure by using the handbook “Process Safety Critical Equipment”;
• Implement all the necessary countermeasures to mitigate the identified risks.

3. SCOPE

This Global Supply Chain Safety Procedure is mandatory for all HEINEKEN Operating Companies fully
financially consolidated as published in the latest Annual Report HK N.V.
The OpCo has to be compliant with this procedure. In case some of the requirements specified by local
legislation are stricter; these stricter requirements need to be enforced.

In scope is all identified process safety critical equipment as listed in Appendix B.

4. DEFINITIONS

The following definitions apply:


Term Definition
PSM Process safety management is a disciplined framework for managing the
integrity of operating systems and processes handling hazardous
substances or energy by applying good design principles, engineering and
operating practices. It deals with prevention and control of incidents that
have the potential to ultimately result in fatalities, serious injuries, property
damage, lost production and environmental impact
Boiler Assembly of fired pressure vessel and accessories like pipework, valves,
pumps, detection other tanks, etc. used to generate steam or super-heated
water. Heating by means of electrical power, natural gas, butane, propane,
bio-gas, coal bio-mass or oil

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CO2 liquid storage tank Pressure vessel to store liquefied CO2 including all accessories like
pipework, valves, evaporators, pumps, etc.
Cooling plant Direct or indirect refrigeration system, including all accessories like
pipework, valves, engine room, receiver tanks, etc. Cooling media can differ
(e.g. NH3, Freon)
Air tank and compressor Pressure system consisting of air compressor and buffer tank including
pipework, valves, etc. to generate pressurized air for utility purposes
Pressurized vessel Vessel with a design pressure of 0,5 bar or higher, according to PED
2014/68/EU
(Bio-) gas installation Any gas installation fuelled with natural gas, butane, propane, bio-gas, LNG
or LPG
Fermentation tank Tank in which the fermentation process takes place, where the majority of
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available sugars is converted by the yeast.


CIP Cleaning in place. Cleaning in place is the technique used to effectively
clean their equipment, pipework and vessels without dismantling
machinery.
MOC Management of Change, see procedure HMESC 01.40.01.708
HAZOP Hazard and Operability Study. HAZOP is a formally structured risk
assessment method. During a HAZOP each element of a system is
systematically investigated on how parameters can deviate from the
intended design conditions to create hazards and operability problems.
P&ID Piping and Instrument Diagram. Schematic drawing of process installation.
A piping and instrumentation diagram is a diagram used in the process
industry which shows the piping and vessels in the process flow, together
with instrumentation and control devices
Logbook A logbook is a record of important events in the management, operation,
maintenance and inspection of complex, safety critical equipment. A
logbook can either be a physical or digital logbook or control system
Process safety critical For safety reasons critical process equipment, based on analysis of
equipment historical data on incidents and accidents within the Heineken organization,
as listed in this procedure, appendix B
PSM events Accidents, incidents and near misses related to PSM like unwanted loss of
containment, alarms, fires, etc.
Leading indicators Leading indicators are a forward looking set of metrics which indicate the
performance of the key work processes, operating principles, or layers of
protection that prevent accidents. Examples of Leading indicators are
calibration of alarm sensors, in time inspection and maintenance of valves,
etc.
Lagging indicators Lagging indicators are a retrospective set of metrics that are based on
incidents or are generally considered as a good indicator of conditions
which could ultimately lead to a more severe incident. Examples of lagging
indicators are accidents, incidents and near misses related to PSM like loss
of containment, alarms, fires, etc.

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Heineken competent A person who is assigned as a competent person by the OpCo based on
person education an experience for inspection of a specific type of process safety
critical equipment
Accredited third party Conformity assessment body as mentioned in PED 2014/68/EU
Safety critical Mitigating components in equipment to prevent LOPC’s. Examples are
components safety relief valves, flame scanners and LEL detection
LOPC Unwanted loss of primary containment with (potential) impact on
environment (soil, water, air) or employees
Process Owner Owner of the procedure within the OpCo, responsible for identification of
process safety critical equipment and implementation of this procedure
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5. PROCEDURE / STEPS

A detailed flow of the process is included in appendix A.

a. General responsibilities
All new process safety critical equipment should comply to relevant EU-directives, such as the PED
directive. Existing process safety critical equipment should comply to these EU directives as much as
possible keeping the ALARP-principle in mind.

The Production Unit Manager is responsible for the following activities:


• Assign a process owner;
• Ensures training and education for process owners and other persons involved;
• Apply relevant safety procedures and standards:
o Safe handling of NH3 (and installations), HMESC 01.40.01.710;
o NH3 refrigeration systems, HMESC 01.40.04.602;
o Safe working in areas with CO2 containing atmospheres, HMESC 01.40.01.704;
o Liquid CO2 storage tank and accessories, HMESC 01.40.04.501;
o Safe handling of Boilers, HMESC 01.40.01.728;
o Utility process equipment standard steam, HMESC 01.30.71.210;
o Hazard Operability (HAZOP), HMESC 01.40.01.706.
• Minimize the risks for safety and environment;
• Develop a comprehensive set of leading and lagging indicators to control process safety critical
equipment. The following lagging indicators are mandatory to record and report on a monthly basis:
o Loss of primary containment (LOPC);
 # of LOPC with impact beyond site boundaries;
 # of LOPC with impact on site;
o # of alarms on Process safety critical equipment.
• Comply to applicable Heineken Safety standards for specific process safety critical equipment;
• Comply to local regulations.

The responsibilities are shown in RACI as defined in Appendix A “process flow process safety critical
equipment”. For each step in the process flow a description is given below.

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b. Process safety critical equipment procedure (Appendix A)


Step 1: Check and complete inventory of process safety critical equipment
Determine if all installed and operational process equipment is added to the Heineken process safety
critical dashboard. Determine whether process equipment is safety critical. This inventory must be
updated at least once a year, or when triggered by the MOC procedure (introduction of new and/or
changed process equipment). The inventory must be including:
• Type of equipment;
• Identification (tag);
• Location;
• Supplier and/or manufacturer;
• Year of manufacturing;
• Year of installation;
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• Declaration of conformity (yes/no, including date);


• Conformity status (to what degree the equipment is complying to applicable standards and
legislation);
• Date of last inventory.

Step 2: Check documentation


For all identified process safety critical equipment, documentation must be available on site and up to
date. Relevant documentation per piece of equipment is:
• P&ID’s;
• SOP’s;
• HAZOP study;
• Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS);
• Manufacturers’ operation & maintenance manuals;
• Declaration of conformity (if applicable);
• Conformity assessment by accredited third party (EU: Conformity assessment body) approved by
Heineken (if applicable) or Heineken competent person;
• Periodic pressure equipment compliance assessment by an Heineken approved accredited third party
(if applicable);
• Operation and maintenance logbook (digital or physical) or control system, including all alarms;
• Records of MOC procedures applied;
• List of identified deviations and corrective actions, based on compliance assessments, monitoring and
inspections.

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Step 3: (Pre-use) conformity assessment


To verify compliance with applicable legislation, all process safety critical equipment has to be assessed as
well as internally as externally. In case of pressure vessels, this has to be done to by an accredited third
party, approved by Heineken. If no pressure vessels are involved, this can be done by a Heineken
competent person, assigned by the OpCo itself. In case of findings or deviations, corrective actions should
be taken and implemented before first use. For existing equipment corrective actions must be planned
and implemented, based on risk ranking. Unacceptable risks (> 200, see safety standard Risk
Assessment), will lead to shut down of the equipment. These risks must be mitigated to a marginal or
lower risk level before (re-)start-up of the system. New equipment must comply 100% before start up with
all applicable EU directives (e.g. PED Directive 2014/68/EU) and Heineken standards and procedures.

Step 4: Monitoring
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During use of the equipment, daily inspections and maintenance should be executed according to
guidelines provided by the manufacturer. If these guidelines are no longer available, a knowledgeable
maintenance engineer should develop the necessary maintenance and inspection program. All Safety
critical components are part of the monitoring program. All daily inspections, maintenance and alarms will
be recorded in the (digital) logbook or daily control system. In case of alarms or other deviations, risk
based corrective actions should be taken after risk ranking and root cause analysis. Unacceptable risks (>
200, see safety standard Risk Assessment), will lead to shut down of the equipment. These risks must be
mitigated to a marginal or lower risk level before (re-)start-up of the system. PSM events need to be
shared via alerts.

Step 5: Inspection
Each piece of equipment should be periodically inspected. In case of pressure vessels, this has to be done
to by an accredited third party, approved by Heineken. If no pressure vessels are involved, this can be
done by the Heineken Competent Person. In case of findings, corrective actions must be planned and
implemented, based on risk ranking and root cause analysis. Unacceptable risks (> 200, see safety
standard Risk Assessment), will lead to shut down of the equipment or part of the equipment. These risks
must be mitigated to a marginal or lower risk level before (re-)start-up of the system.

Inspections must be conducted with the applicable minimal frequencies as shown in appendix C, or with
an increased frequency if local legislation demands this. The minimal inspection frequency can only be
decreased after approval by the accredited third party. Additional inspections are mandatory after:
• Modification of the equipment;
• Incidents or accidents were the equipment was involved;
• A shutdown of the equipment for a period of 6 months or longer.

A periodic inspection can include (depending on type of equipment):


• Check of P&ID’s “as built”;
• Check of documentation, logbook and back log maintenance;
• Inspection of internal & external condition of the equipment;
• Assessment of non-destructive tests (NDT);
• Check on proper functioning of safety accessories and other (pressurized) accessories;
• Check on proper supporting constructions and installation;
• Hydrostatic and/or tightening testing.

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For a proper inspection of internal condition of the equipment and functioning of safety accessories and
other accessories, a shutdown of the equipment is needed.

Step 6: Identify modifications


Modifications on process safety critical equipment or installation of new equipment is a trigger for starting
the MOC procedure.

6. IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE

This procedure is fully applicable:


• For new process safety critical equipment and greenfield sites per issuing date;
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• For existing process safety critical equipment as listed below, 1 year after issuing this procedure:

o NH3 cooling plants;


o CO2 plants;
o (Bio-) gas installations;
o Steam and super-heated water boilers.
• For other existing process safety critical equipment depending on priority setting based on high
level risk assessment done by OpCo, but at least within 3 years from issuing date.

Implementation is reached when:


• An inventory of all process safety critical equipment is available;
• A check on available documentation is conducted and gaps are identified;
• A conformity assessment is executed and improvement actions are identified;
• An improvement plan is available, including timing, responsible action owners and needed
budget, based on the check on available documentation and the conformity assessment. If
unacceptable risks were detected, these will lead to shut down of the equipment. These risks must
be mitigated to a marginal or lower risk level before (re-)start-up of the system (see step 3);
• Periodical inspection by an approved third party is planned, according to Appendix C.

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7. VERIFICATION

The following documents have to be present in case of an internal or external verification audit:
• Inventory of process safety critical equipment;
• P&ID’s;
• HAZOP study;
• Manufacturers’ operation & maintenance manuals;
• Declaration of conformity (if applicable);
• Conformity assessment by accredited third party, approved by Heineken (EU: Conformity assessment
body) (if applicable);
• Periodic pressure equipment compliance assessment by accredited third party approved by Heineken
(if applicable);
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• Operation and maintenance logbook, including all alarms;


• Reports of non-destructive testing;
• Records of MOC procedures applied;
• List of identified deviations and corrective actions, based on compliance assessments, monitoring and
inspections.

These documents have to be kept by the OpCo for the entire lifetime of the equipment.

8. REFERENCES TO OTHER DOCUMENTS

• PED Directive 2014/68/EU;


• Arbo-informatieblad 35 Drukapparatuur;
• Management of Change (safety), HMESC 01.40.01.708;
• Safety of NH3 refrigeration systems, HMESC 01.40.04.602;
• Safe handling of NH3 (and installations), HMESC 01.40.01.710;
• Liquid CO2 storage tank and accessories, HMESC 01.40.04.501;
• Safe working in areas with CO2 containing atmospheres, HMESC 01.40.01.704;
• Hazard Operability (HAZOP), HMESC 01.40.01.706;
• Risk Assessment, HMESC 01.40.01.312;
• Safe handling of boilers, HMESC 01.40.01.728;
• Utility Process Equipment Standard Steam, HMESC 01.30.71.210.

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** If (part of) machinery, HMESC 01.40.01.711 Machine safety is applicable. Also HMESC 01.40.04.807 Safe working in
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APPENDIX C MINIMAL INSPECTION REGIME

Type of First Next Extended Flexible Examples


equipment inspection inspections inspection inspection
after start-up frequency* frequency*
Fired pressure 2 years 4 years 8 years Boilers,
vessels (chance steam
of overheating) production
Safety 2 years 4 years 4 years Low water
accessories of detection
fired pressure
vessels
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Non-fired 4 years 4 years 8 years 16 years CO2 storage


pressure vessels tanks
(including all NH3 tanks
6 years (if no 12 years 18 years
accessories)
corrosion was
notified earlier
or is expected
in upcoming
years)
Piping 4 years 4 years 8 years 16 years Piping for
(including all compressed
accessories) air/CO2/NH3
6 years (if no 12 years 18 years
corrosion was
notified earlier
or is expected
in upcoming
years)
Safety 4 years Not possible Not possible Pressure
accessories of relief blow
non-fired off
pressure
equipment

Non Inspection regime based on risk assessment of OpCo, additional Sulphuric


pressurized local legislation and requirements from the manufacturer acid tank,
equipment NaOH piping
* Only possible after approval by accredited third party, approved by Heineken
**This table mainly based on Dutch legislation, reference Arbo-Informatieblad 35. Local legislation may differ.

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