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OFFSHORE EMERGENCY PROCEDURES MANUAL

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1.0 OBJECTIVE

To ensure the effective call-out of onshore personnel in the event of an


emergency at an offshore location.

2.0 SCOPE
This procedure applies to all onshore personnel who may be required to
provide onshore assistance in an offshore emergency.
3.0 POLICY
To ensure effective communications during an emergency, Onshore Emergency
Response Team (OERT) members shall be issued a QGPC bleep and mobile
telephone, which, when they are on leave must be handed over to their Deputy.
4.0 DEFINITIONS
Emergency Control Centre (ECC) A room in the Telecommunications
Building next to the Radio Room at
RM that the Onshore Emergency
Response Team use to coordinate
onshore support from.
Emergency Coordinator The Operations Manager who is
assigned responsibility for making
decisions for planning and coordination
of onshore support.
Offshore Emergency Coordinator The Offshore Installation Supervisor for
PS-2/3/4; the Head of Halul Facilities
for Halul; the Company Man for drilling
rigs.
Onshore Emergency Response Team Those personnel who are required to
(OERT) report to the ECC, if an emergency
occurs.

Onshore Support Personnel Those personnel who are required to


report to their offices to provide backup
and additional support to Onshore
Emergency Response Team.
Crisis Management Team A team comprising Director Operations,
Manager Legal and Contracts,
Manager Public Relations and other
Directors, as required.
Human Resources Response Team Nominated staff from the Human
Resources Department who shall take
personal calls from relatives.
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Duty Person A person who is nominated by the


member of an OERT to act as deputy.
These Deputies can be called out if
the Key Person is either out of the
country or cannot be contacted.
Red Emergency An emergency that has the potential to
injure life or lead to loss of production
or cause damage to the asset, it may
encompass those emergencies
covered in Green and Blue classes.
Green Emergency An emergency that involves serious
injury to personnel.
Blue Emergency An emergency at sea.

5.0 ONSHORE SUPPORT TO AN EMERGENCY


A brief flowchart of events is shown in Attachment 1.
If an emergency occurs, the Offshore Emergency Coordinator shall inform the
Radio Room (Call sign -A7S, Telephone: 402000). Should he require onshore
assistance he shall give the colour classification of the emergency (either Red,
Green or Blue). He shall briefly outline the emergency and the timing of the
event.
The Radio Room Operator shall complete the details on the Offshore
Emergency Response Form (See Attachment 2) and contact the Emergency
Coordinator. The Emergency Coordinator shall decide whether a Group Bleep
is required, or a select few of the OERT. If a group bleep is required the Radio
Room shall make the necessary group bleep.
The following numbers shall be entered to signify the class of emergency:
Red Emergency 1111
Green Emergency 5555
Blue emergency 9999
The Radio Room shall maintain an up to date list of those personnel identified
as OERT (see Attachments 2,5,6, 7).
~ OERT members must ensure that the Radio Room is notified if for any
reason (e.g. leave, sickness etc.) they are unable to perform their role.
They shall inform the Radio Room who their deputy is and their contact
telephone number and Bleep.

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The Radio Room shall allow ten minutes for OERT members to confirm their
Bleep. If no confirmation is received then attempts shall be made by the Radio
Room personnel to contact them on their mobile telephone or at their residence.
If contact cannot be established the Duty Person shall be called out.
Personnel who have been bleeped shall confirm their receipt of the message by
calling the Radio Room and informing them that they are on their way to the
ECC. OERT shall restrict the amount of time spent on the telephone to the
Radio Room in order to let the Radio Room Operators use their time effectively.
The OERT shall proceed directly to the ECC (See Attachment 3) after they have
confirmed their receipt of the bleep. A designated person from the Radio Room
shall prepare this room for their arrival. The Radio Room shall maintain a log of
events and calls made and shall be handed over to the Emergency Coordinator
on his arrival.

ON NO ACCOUNT CAN ANY PERSONNEL ENTER THE ECC OR THE


RADIO ROOM UNLESS SPECIFICALL Y REQUESTED BY OERT TO DO SO

The first OERT member to arrive shall assume the role of Emergency
Coordinator until such time as the Emergency Coordinator arrives.
The Safety & Fire Duty Person shall act as sequence of events recorder. He
shall note the incidents as they happen and record when and where the support
is being provided.
All personnel called shall confirm their arrival at their office to the Radio Room.
The Radio Room shall tick the response form as appropriate (See Attachment
4)
The onshore response can be split into five distinct groups:

.OERT;
.Support Personnel;
.Duty Personnel;
.Crisis Management Team;
.Human Resources Response Team.
5.1 ~
Shall proceed to the ECC and act as liaison between offshore and
onshore and shall make the decisions regarding support to offshore.
5.2 Support Personnel
Shall proceed to their offices. The duty man shall brief the personnel as
and when time allows. They shall call in personnel within their
department that have knowledge specific to the emergency situation.

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5.3 Duty Personnel


Shall be called out by the Radio Room when the OERT has been
contacted. They shall proceed to their offices and await further
instructions from their Manager. In the event of an OERT member being
unavailable the Duty Person shall act in their role.
~ The Safety & Fire Duty person shall proceed immediately to the
ECC and act as sequence of events recorder.
5.4 Crisis Manaaement Team
Shall meet at the Director Operations office to discuss media, insurance
and other issues. They shall act as information centre for the State
offices. The Emergency Coordinator is the liaison between the ECC and
the Crisis Management Team.
5.5 Human Resources ResDonse Team
Shall proceed to their offices. All calls regarding personnel shall be
directed by the Radio Room to them, they shall issue statements agreed
by the Emergency Coordinator and Manager Human Resources.

6.0 SUPPORTING DATA


The Personnel On Board (POB) list shall be faxed after every change from
offshore locations to the Radio Room after the last helicopter flight.
Each Department shall submit a list of Duty Personnel to the Radio Room,
which shall be updated by the Department as the person on duty changes.
OERT shall be issued two copies of the Contingency Planning Handbook, a
third copy shall be held in the ECC. This booklet has guidelines on questions
that should be asked. However, it is purely a guideline for reference.
Upon request from an OERT member, Departments shall supply to the ECC any
supporting information they may require.

7.0 RESPONSIBILITIES
7. 1 Radio Room
Shall call out personnel as identified by the classification (see
Attachment 2). They shall prepare the EGG and ensure personal calls
are directed to the Human Resources Response Team.
7 .2 Onshore Emeraencv Response Team
Shall respond to the group bleep and confirm their receipt to the Radio
Room. They shall proceed to the EGG, call out Duty Personnel and
coordinate the onshore support. They shall also ensure that Deputies are

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identified to the Radio Room and that the Deputies receive full training in
Emergency Response.
7.3 Duty Personnel
Shall respond to a call-out and proceed immediately to their office to
await further instructions. Upon arrival at their office they shall inform the
Radio Room of their presence.
7.4 Crisis Manaaement Team
Shall meet at the Director Operations office and establish contact with
the EGG. They shall prepare the necessary responses to outside
agencies.
7.5 Human Resources Response Team
Shall proceed to their offices and inform the Human Resources Manager
and Radio Room that they are ready to receive calls from relatives of the
staff offshore.
7.6 Support Personnel
Shall proceed to their offices and await instructions. They shall call out
staff as they deem fit and shall inform the Radio Room of their presence.

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ATTACHMENT 1
FLOWCHART FOR ONSHORE CALL-OUT

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CONTAIN ON EMERGENCY RESPONSE FORM
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COMPLETE ISSUE GROUP
ACCIDENTI ERGENCY RES
INCIDENT REPORT
OERT CONFIRM BLEEP & TRAVEL TO
EMERGENCY CONTROL CENTRE (ECC)

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ATTACHMENT 2

TO BE COMPLETED BY RADIO ROOM OPERA TOR

LOCATION OF EMERGENCY
D PS/1(OXV) D PS/2 D PS/3 D PS/4 O HALUL

D DUKHAN D MESAIEED DEPQ D DRILLING RIG

D OTHER

O RED EMERGENCY D GREEN EMERGENCY D BLUE EMERGENCY

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT

TIME OF NOTIFICATION: WHO CALLED


OERT PERSONNEL CONFIRMED BLEEP
RED EMERGENCY GREEN EMERGENCY BLUE EMERGENCY
D OPERA TIONS MANAGER O OPERATIONS MANAGER D OPERATIONS MANAGER
D PRODUCTION MANAGER O PRODUCTION MANAGER D PRODUCTION MANAGER
D SAFETY & FIRE MANAGER O SAFETY & FIRE MANAGER D SAFETY & FIRE MANAGER
D OFFSHORE SUPPORT O OFFSHORE SUPPORT D OFFSHORE SUPPORT
MANAGER MANAGER MANAGER
D DRILLING MANAGER O ENGINEERING MANAGER, D DRILLING MANAGER
OFFSHORE
D DUTY SAFETY PERSON D MANAGER
D MEDICAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS
MANAGER
D DUTY SAFETY PERSON
D DUTY SAFETY PERSON

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ATTACHMENTS

RED CALL-OUT

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SUPPORT CALL-OUT

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ATTACHMENT 6

SUPPORT CALL-OUT

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ATTACHMENT 7
BLUE CALL-OUT

SUPPORT CALL-OUT

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