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0 26 November 2016 ISSUED FOR APPROVAL

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CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR HEAVY DOWNPOUR OF RAIN AND FLOODING


WRITTEN BY : A.A. CHECKEDBY : E.G.
DATE : 24 NOV 2016 DATE : 26 NOV 2016

SUBCONTRACTOR :

PROJECT NO : JPR-004
DOC NO : Total page 9
J P R 0 0 4 H S E G E N 0 0 4 Rev 0

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Table of Contents

1. Scope ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3

2. Roles and Responsibilities .............................................................................................................................. 3

3. RAINSTORM – Warning and action to be taken …………………………………………………..…..……………. 4

4. FLOODING – Warning and action to be taken………………………………………………….……………………… 6

Annexes:

EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS ………………………………………………………………………..……………………………… 7

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM…………………………………………………………………………..……………………………….... 9

References :

NWC SAFETY GUIDELINE FOR RAINY WEATHER

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1. SCOPE

This guidance has been developed to define the actions required to safely control the action to be undertaken
by the Project Management team, Supervisors, and Contractor personnel when performing a task relative to
mitigating an adverse effects of natural calamities such as thunderstorm, highwinds and flooding.

2. Roles and Responsibilities

Project Manager is the most responsible person in the implementation of this guidance. He is also
responsible in providing sufficient resources for the materialization of the objective this plan.

EHS personnel Will be responsible for developing, educating, communicating the required actions, and
coordinating various department through project management practical arrangement.

Engineers and Supervisor must monitor his workforce to follow, implement, and control the activities of his
team.

Emergency Response Team Act under the direct Supervision of the Project Engineers.

Other employees

Every employee has a general duty to follow this procedure to avoid any adverse health effect to his health,
and take of their own health, safety and welfare,

Employees must co-operate with supervisors, engineers by:

Attending relevant training

Using recommended procedures designed for their safety

Making proper precaution for his health, and safety

Reporting any concerns about health and safety to their supervisor.

All unpleasant situations must be reported to engineers/foremen or safety representative immediately.

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3. RAINSTORM – WARNINGS AND ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN

3.1 Long blast continuous siren warning will be sounded to give warning of heavy rainstorm which
may adversely affects the project site area.
3.2 This long blast warning which operates at all times may be issued alongside other severe weather
warning such as thunderstom.
3.3 During the potentially rainy day, EHS personnel will continuously assessed the likelihood of
significant rain so as to decide on the need to raise a rainstorm warning signal.
3.4 EHS personnel shall consult reliable source for the weather forecast. A weather forcast obtain from
local authorities weather forcasting website http://www.pme.gov.sa/en/pages/default.aspx shall
be the primary source of information. As an alternative, http://www.timeanddate.com/weather/saudi-
arabia//ext will be also used as a guidance in case local authorities weather forcasting failed.

ACTION TO BE TAKEN

Condition Purpose Action Required


Heavy rain has fallen or is Alert workers to potential EHS Team will issue a
expected to fall generally heavy rain that may develop Rainstorm Warning Signal
over Jeddah, exceeding 30 into heavy rain; trigger for Message and 2 - Short blast
millimetres in an hour, and various departments to be Warning Signal Special
is likely to continue on the alert. Announcement via
Megaphone to all workers
on the site.

Condition Purpose Action Required


Heavy rain has fallen or is Action trigger to initiate pre- EHS Team will issue a
expected to fall generally assigned sequence of action Rainstorm Warning Signal
over Jeddah, exceeding 50 to combat rainstorms; warn Message and 3-Long blast
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millimetres in an hour, and the workers of heavy rain Warning Signal Special
is likely to continue and those who have to travel Announcement via
should carefully consider Megaphone to all workers
weather and road conditions on the site.

All work activities shall


immediately stop and
workers instructed to stay
indoors.

Shutdown all generators.

Ensure all electrical panel


board are closed and
earthed.

All materials are secured.

Condition Purpose Action Required


Heavy rain has fallen or is Action trigger to advise the EHS Team will issue a
expected to fall generally workers to stay indoors, Rainstorm Warning Signal
over Jeddah, exceeding 70 seek shelter or take other Message and continuous
millimetres in an hour, and precautionary measures. long blast Warning Signal
is likely to continue Special Announcement via
Megaphone to all workers
on the site.

All work activities shall


immediately stop and
workers instructed to stay
indoors.

Shutdown all generators.

Ensure all electrical panel


board are closed and
earthed.

3.5 Project Management Team of MAPA will inform TYPSA Safety representative of the work
stoppage.

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4. FLOODING – WARNINGS AND ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN

4.1 It should be aware that when the continuous long blast of siren Warning Signal is issued, it
implies that there will be flooding in some low-lying and poorly drained areas. The
continuous long blast of siren Warning Signals indicate more serious flooding which could
cause major disruption.
4.2 Upon receipt of a notice of a flood alert or a report of flooding, staff of MAPA concerned
particularly the Forman will inquire the EHS team for obtaining a better understanding of
the situation and contacting EHS and Site Engineers of low-lying areas to give warning. The
Forman will in turn alert their workers of the case of flooding.
4.3 In the event that severe flooding is likely or is occurring in a particular area, the relevant
rescue team should be activated and the TYPSA should be notified of the situation. As
flooding is more likely after a prolonged period of heavy rainfall, EHS and Engineers
concerned should take into account area situations and weather conditions before deciding
to step down any emergency response, even after the cancellation of severe weather
warning signals.
4.4 Dewatering of flooded pits, valve chambers will be performed immediately as soon as the
flood subsides.

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ANNEXES

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Annex “A”
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS

AMBULANCE 997

FIRE 998

POLICE 999

MAPA MANAGEMENT

Project Manager 050 440 7682


Construction Manager 050 164 6250
HSE Officer 050 840 5860

TYPSA
HSE Engineer 055 154 6946

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Annex “B”
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
Name Designation
1 IBRAHIM PATIR Team Leader
2 YUSUF KAAN COL Asst. Team Leader
3 AHMET ALKAN Member
4 IDRIS SEKER Member
5 MEHMET SIRIN TURAN Member
6 ALI AKTUG Member
7 HALIL TARGAY Member
8 CENGIZ PEKGOS Member
9 HACI BEKTAŞ BULUT Member
10 YUSUF GEÇER Member
11 Murat BABACAN Member
12 NASOORDEEN LEBBE Member
13 MOHAMAD BUHARI Member
14 FAHRİ YILMAZ Member
15 ZAHI ULLAH KHAN Flagman

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