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GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

HSE

INDUCTION

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PLEASE NOTE
KEEP YOUR MOBILE PHONE
EITHER IN SILENT OR

SWITCH OFF

MODE TILL

END OF THIS SESSION .


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Emergency Evacuation Procedure In Maqta Office


When you hear Fire alarm, stop all activities.
Do not panic
People sitting in the left ROW evacuate first followed
by the next ROW in the right and next.
Go to the assembly point near to the emergency exit.
Wait for the instruction from Incident Controller

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HSE INDUCTION OUTLINE


Maqta office layout and office emergency
evacuation.
Gasco Strategic Objectives & HSE Policy
statement , HSE Subordinates Policies
Introduction to Gasco / Divisions
HSE Commitment
Pipelines network & Product list
Pipelines Division / Regions
PTW area classification

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HSE INDUCTION OUTLINE- (Contd)

Hazardous Area classifications


H2S ( Killer Gas), Zone Classification
General Emergency Procedures
Road safety requirements
Noise, Heat
Waste Management
HSE Requirements, PPE Personal Protective
Equipments
Manual handling
First Aid
Incident Classification, Investigation & Reporting
Standard -ICIR

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GASCO STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES


PERFORM THE BUSINESS WITH THE VISION OF:
NO HARM TO PEOPLE
PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT ( )
IMPROVE ASSET ( ) INTEGRITY

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NEW 24 LEANGAS PROJECT


From BuHasa to BAB & BAB to
THAMAMA C

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About project
Installation of New 24 leangas pipeline and
demolition of the existing pipeline.
Laying from BuHasa NGL station to Bab manifold
and From Bab to THAMAMA C manifold
Total length of 51.4 km.
Diameter of Pipeline 24
Between Bu-Hasa And Bab there is Three
sectionizing valve SV1, SV2, SV3.
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Introduction of Gasco /Divisions


GASCO ( Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd) is the
operational company in Abu Dhabi responsible for
processing onshore natural gas and associated
gas from onshore oil production .
The company began as a joint venture incorporated
in 1978 with ownership shared between ADNOC
as a major shareholder (68%), Shell Abu Dhabi
(15%) , Total (15%) and Partex (2%).
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GASCO has following Plant Divisions


Habshan /Bab
Bu Hasa
Asab
Ruwais

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Pipeline Network Division


Is responsible for the smooth and un- interrupted
distribution of the products to various locations
through the pipeline network

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Pipelines Division maintains the whole


pipelines network of GASCO ,
approximately 2600 km in length , in
various sizes
ranging from 4 to 48 inch diameters

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HSE Commitment
To ensure that GASCO pipelines division activities are
carried out with full concern to health, safety and
environment of its work force, public and environment .
To achieve this commitment HSE INDUCTION training
will be provided to all its newly hired, transferred &
Contractor employees to familiarize them with the
pipelines divisions HSE policy, regulation and
requirements

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OAG PIPELINE

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Pipelines Network product List

Sales Gas ( Sweet Gas)


NGL (Natural Gas Liquids)
Condensate
Acid Gas ( Gas Mixture with High concentration
of H2S )
Crude oil
Nitrogen
Water

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PIPELIENS DIVISION/REGIONS
For the sake of operational convenience , the
whole Pipelines network is divided into

Eastern Region
Western Region

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EASTERN REGION

Th-C Maqta P/L -( From Km 60)


Al Dhafra Pipeline
Emirates Steel Factory (ESI)
Gulf Sponge P/L
Maqta Taweela P/L
Maqta-Zayed Military City P/L
Maqta Umal Naar Refinery
Ghantoot CRS to Ghantoot NGV Station

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EASTERN REGION
Maqta KM 42 ---- to Emal
Al Ain SV 6 to Tuwaisa - Al Ain SV 9 to Air College
Al Ain Cement Factory Pipeline Launcher to Receiver
Al Ain Arkan Cement Factory Launcher to Receiver
Al Ain Power Station P/L

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WESTERN REGION

Th C to Maqta up to KM - 60
Asab to Bab P/L
Buhasa to Bab P/L
Asab Thamama C P/L
Thamama C to Asab P/L
Bab Thamama C P/L
Thamama C Ruwais P/L
Thamama-C- Mirfa Power Station P/L

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WESTERN REGION

Ruwais Shweihat
Ruwais Industrial Area P/Ls
Das Island to Habshan P/L
NGL & Condensate Lines ( Asab , Habshan,
Bab,MP-21, Bu Hasa, & Ruwais)
Mirfa Habshan N2 P/L
Mirfa Ruwais N2 P/L
Habshan Masdar Shams P/L
Madina Zayad Power Station P/L

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PTW AREA CLASSIFICATION

Due to the presence of Hydrocarbons (flammable materials)


areas in the pipelines Division are classified as follows:

RESTRICTED AREA
&
UNRESTRICTED AREA

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Following areas the Restricted Areas in Pipelines

30 Meters from any Gas /Liquid Manifold


Station, Consumer Receipt Station (CRS),
Valve Station (SV), Pig launcher/ receiver
station and blow off station.
30 Meters from the centre of the nearest
pipeline in the corridor

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The above areas are classified as


RESTRICTED AREA
Due to the Presence of Hydrocarbons &
Potential hazards of
Fire / Explosion.
Toxic Gas Release
Flammable Gas Release

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(RESTRICTED AREA) CRS

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(RESTRICTED AREA) Maqta manifold

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All Pipelines are Protected & Identified by

Berm

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Identification
Identification
Sign Boards
Sign Boards
with emergency
with emergency
Tel: Nos
Tel: Nos

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Hazardous Area Classifications


The Hazardous areas :is an area in which explosive

gas/air mixture are ,or could be ,expected to be present


in quantities. These area require special precautions to
limit the sparking potential of electrical equipments
Hazardous areas are classified into Zones as follows
according to American standard .
Zone 0 : An area in which explosive gas/air mixture is
continuously present or present for long periods e.g. void
space of tank containing volatile flammable liquid
However in P/Ls network the Zone 0 not available

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Hazardous Areas
Zone 1 : An area in which explosive gas/air mixture is likely
to occur in normal operation Considered
3.0 meters radius from pig launchers/Receivers Gates
Zone 2 : An area in which explosive gas/air mixture is not
likely to occur in normal operation but if it does occur it will be
for a short time- Consider :
a- 7.5 meters radius from pig launchers/Receivers Gates
b- 5.0 meters radius from vent pipe ,pressure relief valves
c- 3.0 meters radius from screwed fitting flange

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Hazardous Areas in Pipelines Division

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Killer Gases-H2S & SO2


( Hydrogen Sulphide
& Sulphur Dioxide )

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Introduction to H2S
Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) is an extremely dangerous chemical
compound, causing serious incidents in the hydrocarbon industry every
year. It is a colorless, highly toxic and flammable gas, heavier than
air tends to settle in low areas, smell like rotten eggs ( ) in low
concentration, its deadens the sense of smell in high concentration
that has been identified as Major Accident Hazard (MAH) in GASCO
operations. In the past there have been a number of H2S related Incidents
in GASCO and other ADNOC Group companies, such as:
BuHasa Fatal Incident (2002).
Ruwais H2S Exposure Incident (2006).
Habshan LTI due to H2S Exposure Incident (2008).
Fatal Incidents in ADGAS and ADCO (2008 and 2009).
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Introduction to SO2
Sulphur dioxide (SO2) is a colourless gas with a pungent like
burning rubber odour.
It has many industrial & agricultural uses.
It is shipped and handled as a compressed gas in a special
containers.
Some foods & wines are preserved with small amounts of
Sulphur Dioxide that are safe for most people.
Sulphur dioxide dissolves in water very easily.
Liquid under pressure
It cannot catch fire.
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It is almost 20% Heavier than air/1.189 times density air
Strong, suffocating odor
Rotting eggs

HEALTH

LATENT
DISEASE

CLINICAL

DIEASE

DEATH

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Effects of H2S On Man at various concentrations
100 ppm = 0.01 % - Deadens the sense of smell in 3 to
5 minutes . May burn eyes and throat and cause
drowsiness.
500 ppm = 0.05% - Dizziness , Loss of reasoning and
balance . Breathing stops in a few minutes. Prompt
resuscitation ( Artificial Respiration) required
immediately
1000 ppm 0.1% - Unconsciousness occurs
immediately, followed by death or brain damage if not
rescued promptly.

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H2S ppm = Parts of H2S per million parts of Air.
At 1 ppm - Odor Detectable by smell.
1 ppm = Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL) ( The
Maximum Time Weighted average for an 8 hour work
shift.

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Pipelines with H2S

20 Bu Hasa - BAB Gas Pipeline.including its header


at Bab Manifold
36 Buhasa Habshan Plant gas Pipeline
20 Bab MF Thamama C gas Pipeline including its header at
Thamama C manifold
20 Thamama C MF Habshan Plant gas Pipeline
12 BAB- Habshan AGR ( Acid Gas recovery) Pipeline.
30 HP & MP Gas Pipeline Between Units 12 & 13
36 HP & MP Gas Pipeline Between Units 12 & 13
30 OAG Pipeline from Ruwais to Habshan
16 Buhasa MP 21 NGL Pipeline including the Receiver
30 Bab Ruwais NGL Pipeline
24 MP 21 Ruwais NGL Pipeline
36 Thamama C Asab Pipeline and its branches

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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications


In accordance with ADNOC COP V4 10 & 11 ,
GASCO H2S Standard HSE ST - 016.
H2S Zone classified in to 3 zones
Red Zone
Yellow Zone
Green Zone

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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications


RED Zone:- A red Zone is considered to exist if
there is a possibility of Hydrozen Sulphide
release which could be rapidly lethal (more than
1000 ppm). The following stations are red zones
under Pipelines Division.
RED Zone:- All 6 Stations of OAG Pipeline, MP
21 NGL Station.
For RED Zone following access controls are
required.
Only H2S Competent people shall enter.
H2S detector shall be worn.
Positive pressure full face escape mask shall be carried
Record to be maintained at MCR.
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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications

As seen from above figure the red zone at BVS1 is spread throughout the facility as well
as extending outside the fence area. The red zone is extending to a distance of 42 meters
from ROV 9033 in South-South West (SSW) direction and 62 meters in South East
direction.

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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications


Yellow Zone:- A yellow Zone is considered to
exist if there is a possibility of Hydrozen
Sulphide release which could be rapidly
injurious ( 50 - 1000 ppm). The following stations
are the yellow zones under Pipelines Division.
YELLOW Zone:- SV1, SV2 & SV3 of 20 Buhasa to
Bab Manifold
For YELLOW ZonePipeline.
following access controls
are required
Only H2S Competent people shall enter.
H2S detector shall be worn.
Positive pressure full face escape mask shall
be carried.
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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications

The yellow zone is localized and not spread throughout the facility. However for access
restrictions, it is recommended to classify the entire station as yellow zone considering the
small size of the facility.
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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications


Green Zone:A green zone is the area where
the personnel would be able to safely
evacuate in the event of an accidental release
(less than 50 ppm) without the need for
emergency escape set but where exposer
above the TLV (5 ppm ) is possible. The
SV2,
SV3 &
902 Receiver
of green
30 Bab
Ruwais
following
stations
are the
zones
under
NGL
Pipeline.
Pipelines
Division.
SV2, SV3 & 901 Receiver of 24 MP21 Ruwais
NGL Pipeline.
BVS1, BVS2 & BVS3 of 36 Buhasa Habshan
Pipeline.
BVS1, BVS2, BVS3 & BVS 4 of 36 Thamama C
Asab Pipeline.
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GASCO H2S Zone Classifications


For GREEN Zone following access controls are
required
H2S awareness.
H2S detector shall be worn.

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Permit to work application by operations


Application of GASCO PTW Standard is considered adequate
for breaking into H2S containment more than 500 ppm H2S in
process fluid. However, following additional H2S controls
shall also be applied:
Entry controls as per Section 7.3.1;
Process Venting containing more than 5 ppm H2S shall be
avoided; and
Isolations: Double block with bleed for temporary for work
duration less
than a shift period but full positive isolation shall be
required for
durations longer than a shift.
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HSE Requirements in Restricted area
Smoking is not permitted . Items
like Cigarette lighters or Matches
or any other spark producing
materials ( Source of Ignition)
shall not be taken inside the
restricted area
PPE ( Personal Protective
equipments shall be used
while entering and or working
in Restricted Area

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HSE Requirement in Restricted Area

Valid Work Permits


are Mandatory to
perform any Non
Routine Activity in
Restricted Area

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Hot Work Permit


Work
Permit

Category 1
Hot Work
Permit
Category 2

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HSE Requirement in Restricted Area

Mobile Phones,
Cameras, other Tools
and Equipments which
are considered as a
Source of Ignition are
not permitted inside the
Restricted Areas.

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UNRESTRICTED AREAS IN PIPELINES
Pipelines Division offices.
Non-Operation related facilities e.g. offices, kitchens and
bathrooms, inside CRS and manifold buildings except
TH C manifold building
Note:
Smoking is prohibited in the above areas inside
CRS and manifold buildings even if they are
classified as unrestricted areas.

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GENERAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURE

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ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
AT ANY PLANT - FOLLOW THE FACILITY RESPONSE PLAN
ON PIPLEINE CORRIDORS, MANIFOLDS OR CRS s

Stop all the activities.


Switch off all equipments .
Observe the wind Direction.
Evacuate to the safe location (cross/up wind )according to
your location.
Inform Main Control Room ( MCR) about the incident on
the following Tel.numbers.

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MCR TELEPHONE NUMBERS


(24 Hours Coverage)

02-60 37900
02-558 2614
050-662 0432
TOLL FREE 800 (GASC0) 42726
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ROAD SAFETY REQUIREMENT
In line with company road safety procedure :
Never Drive Company Vehicle Without
a Valid UAE Driving License .
All Drivers ( Both Professional and
Occasional drivers ) must have
GASCO Document for Safe Driving)

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ROAD SAFETY REQUIREMENT
Both driver and the passengers must
wear seat belts while IN Vehicle.
The maximum number of people that
can be carried is equal to the number
of seat belts ( That means 4 People
can travel if there are 4 seat belts )

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Observe the speed


limits
Never use Mobile
phone while driving

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NOISE
Noise is unwanted or health damaging sound

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NOISE
The primary source of noise at the pipelines is flow noise. A
high-frequency, random noise often occurs when gas and
liquid, travelling at high velocity through a valve, undergoes a
rapid and severe drop in pressure. Short high excursions
(>85 dB) in noise levels may also result from specific
operations such as venting, or from specific maintenance
operations.
(Reference: Pipelines Divisions QHRA Report)

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Controls
Hearing protection (ear muffs and ear plugs) provided to all employees who
may be exposed to high noise.
All employees receive in-house initial and annual training with respect to
selection, use and care of PPE.
Supervisors conduct regular tool box talks with field personnel.
Medical surveillance program for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in line with
ADNOC COP V3-10.
Implementing OHRA and QHRA Report Recommendations like area
barricading, dual hearing protection etc.

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HEAT
Heat Related Illnesses
When body is unable to cool itself through sweating, heat related illness
may occur. These can range from heat rash, heat cramps and heat
syncope (fainting) to life threatening heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
The most severe heat related illnesses are heat exhaustion and heat
stroke. If left untreated, they could be fatal.

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Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion


Headaches, dizziness () or light-headedness
Weakness ()
Nausea & vomiting
Sweating with pale, clammy skin
Rapid breathing
Cramps in arms, legs or abdominal wall
Decreased or dark coloured urine

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Symptoms of Heat Stroke


Headaches, dizziness or light-headedness
Red, hot, dry skin with no sweating
Rapid deterioration in the level of response
Seizures or fits
Unconsciousness ( )

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In case of Heat Exhaustion or Heat Stroke


Call for medical help immediately
Move the victim to a cool, shaded area. If the symptoms include dizziness or
light-headedness, lay the victim on his back. If the symptoms include nausea
or vomiting, or the victim is unconscious, lay the victim on his side.
Loosen and remove any heavy clothing
Have the person drink cool water (a cup every 15 minutes), if able to do so.
In the case of heat stroke, cool the body by fanning and sponge with cold
water. Place ice packs under the armpits and groin area.

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Prevention
Strictly implement mid break rule in summer by Abu Dhabi Government.
Be aware of the symptoms of heat related illnesses and immediately inform Supervisor if
they persist.
Learn how to respond to heat related illnesses.
Build up tolerance slowly to work in hot weather.
Use the buddy system, with people working in pairs
Perform the heaviest work during the coolest part of the day.
Drink plenty of cool water before starting work. Continue to take cool water (a cup every 15
20 minutes) whilst working in hot environment
Wear light, loose fitting, breathable clothing such as cotton. Take extra care when wearing
personal protective clothing or equipment, such as respirator.
Work in the shade, if possible. Take frequent short breaks in cool, shaded areas to allow the
body to cool down.
Maintain a balanced diet.
Avoid tea, coffee and soft drinks. These beverages contain caffeine that increase the risk of
heat related illnesses.
Take extreme care if you have a history of high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney problems
or fever.
Implement and follow OHRA & QHRA Report recommendations related to Heat stress.
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Waste Management

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Waste management
Due to nature of the activities carried out in
pipelines Division the only waste generated form
normal operation activities is the hydrocarbon
sludge- that must be transferred to Ruwais Waste
management Area-Inline Pipelines division
approved Waste management Procedure &
ADNOC Code of practice Waste Management
( ADNOC COP 2- 05)

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Waste classification
Domestic & municipal waste
Non-hazardous industrial & commercial waste
Hazardous waste

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Domestic & Municipal Waste

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Non-hazardous industrial &


commercial waste

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Hazardous Waste

Toxic/poisonous
Flammable
Corrosive
Reactive

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Labeling

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Waste temporary storage

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Transporting

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HSE REQUIREMENTS
PPE ( Personal Protective Equipment )
It is the responsibility of the employer/company to provide
the required PPE ( Personal Protective Equipment) to their
employees and ensure that all employees wear them.

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Eye
Face
Head
Feet
Hands/arm
Body
Ear (Hearings)
Nose
H2S monitor

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- Safety glasses and goggles


- Face shields
- Hard hat
- Safety Shoes
- Gloves
- Cover All
- Ear plugs/ muffs
- Respirators
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It protects you against adverse weather condition.


High visibility clothing vests enables big trucks to
identify you and avoid colliding with you
It protects your heads , eyes, ear, body, foot and
Hands/arm from damage or injury

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TYPES OF PPEs
Helmet
(Head Protection)

Safety Shoe
( Foot Protection)

Ear Muff/Plug
(Ear Protection)
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Safety Glass
( Eye Protection)

Gloves
( Hand Protection)

Safety Harness/Life Line


Working at Height)

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TYPES OF PPEs

Breathing Apparatus

Escape Mask

Face Mask ( Dust Mask)

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Manual Handling
Kinetic Lifting Technique
for a Simple Load

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Kinetic Lifting Technique For


Lifting a Sack From the
Ground

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Manual Handling
Kinetic Lifting Technique for Lifting
Sacks From a Truck

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First-Aid
First aid is the emergency care given to an
injured person by a first aid trained person or
member of the community , until medical
care can be obtained.

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First-Aid
To asses a situation quickly and safely and
summon appropriate help.
To identify the nature of injury
To arrange removal of casualty to hospital as
early as possible for further medical care.

HSE DEPARTMENT

HSE INDUCTION

87

GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

Incident Classification, Investigation


and Reporting Standard
(ICIR)
All incidents are to be reported in the Gasco
incident reporting system which is available in
Gasco Intranet

HSE DEPARTMENT

HSE INDUCTION

88

GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

Incident reporting

HSE DEPARTMENT

HSE INDUCTION

89

GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

Purpose of Incident reporting


To make all concerned aware of what
happened in other parts of the plant/site.
To understand the reason for the incident
To learn lesson from the mistakes others did.
Remember: there is no BLAME CULTURE

HSE DEPARTMENT

HSE INDUCTION

90

GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

REMEMBER!!!
SAFETY IS FIRST IN OUR
BUSINESS & IN OUR HANDS

HSE DEPARTMENT

HSE INDUCTION

91

GASCO PIPELINE NETWORK DIVISION

HSE DEPARTMENT

HSE INDUCTION

92