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NAWARA PROJECT

CENTRAL PROCESSING FACILITY


Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record (HARC)
Consequence Increasing probability

Project: Installation of hydraulic lines tubings Task/process PNEUMATIC TEST OPERATION A B C D E

SeverityRating

People

Environment

Reputation
Happens Happens

Assets
assessed:
Never Incident has
Heard of in several several
heard of occurred in
E&P times per tim es per
in E&P our
industry year in our year in a
industry com pany
company location

No health No
0 effect/injury damage No eff ect No impact

Slight
Slight Slight

Date: 27-Mar-19 Assessment Team AHMED YAHIA / MSBI; ANIS ELLOUMI / SWAGLOK
1 health
damage effect
Slight impact Manage for continuous improvement
effect/injury

Minor
Minor Min or Limited
2 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury

:
Major
Localised Localised Considerable Incorporate risk
3 health
effect/injury
damage effect impact reduction measures

Location: NAWARA WELLSITES


Single Major Major National
4 fatality damage effect impact

Multiple Extensive Massive Internatio nal


5 fatalities damage effect impact
Intolerable

Activity Hazard Initial Risk Control Measures Residual


Activity steps Divide the task/ Loss category List all current and planned Control Measures taking into account all Current and planned mitigation measures to reduce severity Risk

Probability

Probability
Risk level

Risk level
Severity

Severity
opeation in activity steps contributing and escalating factors
Hazard description and worst case consequences with no
prevention or mitigation measures in place

Permitting work and preparation Work condition not safe Material damage B 4 B4 MSBI HSSE team to assess continuously the conditions of B 2 B2
work in the assigned area
Procedures and tasks not clear Personnel injury Competency of personnel and supervisory for the activity Communication system in place (phones)

Lack of supervisory MSBI Emergency Response Plan


Traffic Management Driver fatigue Material damage B 4 B4 Ensure compliance with MSBI Procedures ( Journay Seatbelt on all the time driving B 2 B2
management Plan, Transportation and Traffic Management
Procedure)
Driving on local sealed roads Brake failure Personnel injury All Subcontractor drivers must be trained on desert defensive Cars equipped with first aid kits
driving training.
(to/from site) Weather Conditions. Pre deployment checklist to be issued 48 hours before Fire extinguishers available in cars
mobilization. As Journay managment plan
Narrow, two-way traffic (to/from site) Ensure drivers travel at safe speeds via IVMS Phones and contact list available in the car
Delivery (to/from site) Use identified roads and tracks. (green road) Car equipped by IVMS system
Observe all speed limits. Vehicle to be checked before the start of
any journey
Ensure to ensure
drivers safe operation.
take breaks every 2 hours (15min)
The use of mobile phones (including hands free is not permitted
whilst the vehicle is in motion
Emergency contact list to be posted in cars
Reversing / parking Hitting stationary objects Material Damage D 2 D2 All vehicles must be reverse parked in the parking area. D 1 D1
Hitting other vehicles, persons, etc Personal Injury or Lookout carefully for personnel, objects / vehicles on your path Car equipped with first aid kits
fatality to avoid hitting them.
Use rear view mirror for proper positioning. Fire extinguishers available in car and parking
Get out/down and confirm, if you have any doubt. Phones and contact list available in all cars
Walk around vehicle before moving
Vehicles and Machinery Moving in Lost Man and car in desert Material damage C 3 C3 All the used trajectory has to be advised by the CONTRACTOR Car to use lights ON all the time D 2 D2
Desert and only Contrcatual road need to be followed

Terrorist threat Personnel injury Communication has to be used all the time Communication system available (phones.)
Body system is in force Emergency Contact list in all cars
IVMS system in place, survey and check all cars at any time First aiders and First aid kits in place
CONTRACTOR security plan to be understood and applied
Inform CONTRACTOR once a threat taking place
Sufficient water in all cars
No shortcuts to be used by drivers
Road Crossings Material damage D 2 D2 Road crossings are to be closely supervised and controlled to Communication system in place (phones) D 1 D1
avoid dangers to and from road users. Traffic if necessary will be
controlled.
Personnel injury Site drawings are available all the time and used when needed

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NAWARA PROJECT
CENTRAL PROCESSING FACILITY
Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record (HARC)
Consequence Increasing probability

Project: Installation of hydraulic lines tubings Task/process PNEUMATIC TEST OPERATION A B C D E

SeverityRating

People

Environment

Reputation
Happens Happens

Assets
assessed:
Never Incident has
Heard of in several several
heard of occurred in
E&P times per tim es per
in E&P our
industry year in our year in a
industry com pany
company location

No health No
0 effect/injury damage No eff ect No impact

Slight
Slight Slight

Date: 27-Mar-19 Assessment Team AHMED YAHIA / MSBI; ANIS ELLOUMI / SWAGLOK
1 health
damage effect
Slight impact Manage for continuous improvement
effect/injury

Minor
Minor Min or Limited
2 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury

:
Major
Localised Localised Considerable Incorporate risk
3 health
effect/injury
damage effect impact reduction measures

Location: NAWARA WELLSITES


Single Major Major National
4 fatality damage effect impact

Multiple Extensive Massive Internatio nal


5 fatalities damage effect impact
Intolerable

Activity Hazard Initial Risk Control Measures Residual


Activity steps Divide the task/ Loss category List all current and planned Control Measures taking into account all Current and planned mitigation measures to reduce severity Risk

Probability

Probability
Risk level

Risk level
Severity

Severity
opeation in activity steps contributing and escalating factors
Hazard description and worst case consequences with no
prevention or mitigation measures in place

Roads to be market and supervisors to be informed First aid kits and first aiders in place when needed

Weather condition Heat stress Personnel injury C 2 C2 Provision of cool drinking water MSBI Emergency Response Plan C 1 C1
Heat exhaustion Proper cotton clothing
Heat stroke Change in work schedule, wherever possible.
Lack of visibility Personnel injury Works can be suspended during sand storms and high level of
dust
Breathing problems Equipment damage Lights on all the time when operating
Risk to driving machinery or vehicles

Manual handling Lifting heavy loads Material damage C 3 C3 Employing trained and experienced persons B 2 B2
Sharp edges Personnel injury Proper manual handling techniques to be applied. MSBI Emergency Response Plan
Pinch point Presence of mind at all time
Slips & trips Avoid pinch and crush point
Whipping action Maintain good house keeping
Weight & dust Use of proper PPE’s
Team work if it looks like two or even three workers would do
the job more effectively and safer than one, then that is probably
true.
Use adequate body position while lifting or carrying equipment
TBT in place
Medical check before starting the job
Material damage Esure strict adherence to waste management standards and local Fire extinguisher to be in place
Disposal of waste Broken or used tools. B 2 B2 B 1 B1
regulations.
Personnel injury Educate personnel on environmental awareness & waste Communication system in place ( phones)
Scrap materials.
management.
Environmental First aid kits and first aiders in place when needed
Spills
damage Waste segregation
Papers and carton packages
Plastic packages
Lack of competence.
Portable Hand / Power Tools Defective Tools Material damage D 3 D3 Proper inspection / maintenance of tools First aid kits and first aiders in place when needed C 2 C2
Improper handling Personnel injury Tools must be checked by users prior to use Fire extinguisher to be in place
Improper storage Replace / repair defective tools by competent person
Misuse of tools Use proper PPE’s MSBI Emergency Response Plan
Damaged cable Proper storage of tools
Loose components
Excess pressure on tools
Non use of PPE

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NAWARA PROJECT
CENTRAL PROCESSING FACILITY
Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record (HARC)
Consequence Increasing probability

Project: Installation of hydraulic lines tubings Task/process PNEUMATIC TEST OPERATION A B C D E

SeverityRating

People

Environment

Reputation
Happens Happens

Assets
assessed:
Never Incident has
Heard of in several several
heard of occurred in
E&P times per tim es per
in E&P our
industry year in our year in a
industry com pany
company location

No health No
0 effect/injury damage No eff ect No impact

Slight
Slight Slight

Date: 27-Mar-19 Assessment Team AHMED YAHIA / MSBI; ANIS ELLOUMI / SWAGLOK
1 health
damage effect
Slight impact Manage for continuous improvement
effect/injury

Minor
Minor Min or Limited
2 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury

:
Major
Localised Localised Considerable Incorporate risk
3 health
effect/injury
damage effect impact reduction measures

Location: NAWARA WELLSITES


Single Major Major National
4 fatality damage effect impact

Multiple Extensive Massive Internatio nal


5 fatalities damage effect impact
Intolerable

Activity Hazard Initial Risk Control Measures Residual


Activity steps Divide the task/ Loss category List all current and planned Control Measures taking into account all Current and planned mitigation measures to reduce severity Risk

Probability

Probability
Risk level

Risk level
Severity

Severity
opeation in activity steps contributing and escalating factors
Hazard description and worst case consequences with no
prevention or mitigation measures in place

Presence of toxic and inflammable gas in the work Material damage Fire extinguisher to be in place
D 4 D4 Refer to OMV ATEX Zoning B 3 B3
Working in classified area area.
(Zone Class 0) Fire Personnel injury Adhere to PTW system & LOTO procedure (if applicable) First aid kits and first aiders in place when needed
Explosion Use of proper PPE’s.
Do not wear jewellery, rings... MSBI Emergency Response Plan
Use of proper access or safe work platforms.

Continuous testing and monitoring of the atmosphere (multi-gas


detector) to confirm absence of flammable &toxic atmosphere at
worksite.
Sparks arrestor for vehicles.
Smoking is prohibited.
Cell phone is prohibited.
No electrical tools near the well head.
Check the availability of suitable & approved Fire Extinguishers
at site.
Avoid tubes friction in classified zone class 0.

Material damage Communication system in place (phones)


D 4 D4 · Permits with relevant information should be available B 3 B3
Flushing of Tubes (Air Blowing) Injury of non-awareness of Hazards
Personnel injury · warning signs First aid kits and first aiders in place when needed
· TBT for all personnel involved in activity should be
Injury of personnel caused by detachment of conducted; discussion includes hazards and precautions for Fire extinguisher to be in place
connections particular activity.
Keep safe distance (compressor area: 3m), tube area: 2m);
· Appropriate check of valves position, temporary pipe/
hose connections and proper line-up prior to start of air Apply CONTRACTOR ERP set up
blowing.
· A person acquainted with necessary information
regarding compressor operation and tubing system
Noise knowledge to stand by.

. No opening / closing of valves OR disconnection of fittings


allowed without proper authorization .
• Use appropriate personal protective equipment such as safety
glasses and gloves.

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NAWARA PROJECT
CENTRAL PROCESSING FACILITY
Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record (HARC)
Consequence Increasing probability

Project: Installation of hydraulic lines tubings Task/process PNEUMATIC TEST OPERATION A B C D E

SeverityRating

People

Environment

Reputation
Happens Happens

Assets
assessed:
Never Incident has
Heard of in several several
heard of occurred in
E&P times per tim es per
in E&P our
industry year in our year in a
industry com pany
company location

No health No
0 effect/injury damage No eff ect No impact

Slight
Slight Slight

Date: 27-Mar-19 Assessment Team AHMED YAHIA / MSBI; ANIS ELLOUMI / SWAGLOK
1 health
damage effect
Slight impact Manage for continuous improvement
effect/injury

Minor
Minor Min or Limited
2 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury

:
Major
Localised Localised Considerable Incorporate risk
3 health
effect/injury
damage effect impact reduction measures

Location: NAWARA WELLSITES


Single Major Major National
4 fatality damage effect impact

Multiple Extensive Massive Internatio nal


5 fatalities damage effect impact
Intolerable

Activity Hazard Initial Risk Control Measures Residual


Activity steps Divide the task/ Loss category List all current and planned Control Measures taking into account all Current and planned mitigation measures to reduce severity Risk

Probability

Probability
Risk level

Risk level
Severity

Severity
opeation in activity steps contributing and escalating factors
Hazard description and worst case consequences with no
prevention or mitigation measures in place

• Information (signs and notice) shall be passed out to the other


discipline in advance and work to be stopped in the blow out
area.
• Installation of protective covers on equipment, and instruments
where it located nearby or trajectory line where solid materials
exited.
• Do not allow anyone to be in front of the end connection,

Material damage Follow the SNOOP LEAK test method of statement and risk Fire extinguisher to be in place
SNOOP LEAK TEST Fall C 3 C3 B 2 B2
assessment.
Personnel injury Only trained and experienced personnel must be carried out the
Air pressure
pneumatic test.
pneumatic test activity must be supervised closely by the quality Communication system in place (radios, phones)
Defective instrument/gauges
contol engineer.
Applicable PTW to be completed and discussed with workforce
Failure of air compressor
in line with the toolbox talks before the task begins.
First aid kits and first aiders in place when needed
Fire 100% tie-off.

Ensure that the gauges and PSV calibrations are valid and the
Health Apply CONTRACTOR ERP set up
devices are working accurately.
Dropped objects The air compressor must be inspected with valid certificate
Before pressurising, all fittings of the system to receive pressure
test shall be walked through and visually inspected for to check
Exceeding maximum allowbel pressure if the entire line is ready to receive pressure.
Once the system is under the required test pressure, tightening of
bolts or any adjustment shall not be allowed unless the pressure
is relieved totally.
Once the system/tubing is under pressure, personnel shall as
much as possible avoid positioning in front / adjacent or near the
end cap.

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NAWARA PROJECT
CENTRAL PROCESSING FACILITY
Hazard Analysis and Risk Control Record (HARC)
Consequence Increasing probability

Project: Installation of hydraulic lines tubings Task/process PNEUMATIC TEST OPERATION A B C D E

SeverityRating

People

Environment

Reputation
Happens Happens

Assets
assessed:
Never Incident has
Heard of in several several
heard of occurred in
E&P times per tim es per
in E&P our
industry year in our year in a
industry com pany
company location

No health No
0 effect/injury damage No eff ect No impact

Slight
Slight Slight

Date: 27-Mar-19 Assessment Team AHMED YAHIA / MSBI; ANIS ELLOUMI / SWAGLOK
1 health
damage effect
Slight impact Manage for continuous improvement
effect/injury

Minor
Minor Min or Limited
2 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury

:
Major
Localised Localised Considerable Incorporate risk
3 health
effect/injury
damage effect impact reduction measures

Location: NAWARA WELLSITES


Single Major Major National
4 fatality damage effect impact

Multiple Extensive Massive Internatio nal


5 fatalities damage effect impact
Intolerable

Activity Hazard Initial Risk Control Measures Residual


Activity steps Divide the task/ Loss category List all current and planned Control Measures taking into account all Current and planned mitigation measures to reduce severity Risk

Probability

Probability
Risk level

Risk level
Severity

Severity
opeation in activity steps contributing and escalating factors
Hazard description and worst case consequences with no
prevention or mitigation measures in place

A standby man on the compressor shall be assigned once the


pressure is approaching its required test value so that the standby
man can shut of the valve supplying air to the HYDRAULIC
LINE.

Affected personnel in the immediate vicinity shall be warned.

Provide readily available for use portable fire extinguisher for


the air compressor.
Testing area should barricated
Warning signs shall be posted
All other subcontractor should be informed about the test
loacation and duration
restricted area should be respected
Ensure that the safe distance free from any unauthorized persons
Use the proper PPE’s.

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Consequence Increasing probability
Action N°
1

Severity Rating
2 A B C D

Environment

Reputation
3

People

Assets
4 Happens
Never Incident has
5 Heard of in several
heard of occurred in
E&P times pe
6 in E&P our
industry year in ou
7 industry company
company
8
No health No
0 effect/injury damage
No effect No impact

Slight
Slight Slight
1 health
damage effect
Slight impact Manage for continuous improvem
effect/injury

Minor
Minor Minor Limited
2 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury

Major
Localised Localised Considerable Incorporate risk
3 health
damage effect impact
effect/injury reduction measures

Single Major Major National


4
fatality damage effect impact

Multiple Extensive Massive International


5 fatalities damage effect impact
Intolerab
Increasing probability

A B C D E

Happens Happens
Never Incident has
Heard of in several several
ard of occurred in
E&P times per times per
E&P our
industry year in our year in a
dustry company
company location

Manage for continuous improvement

Incorporate risk
reduction measures

Intolerable