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Procedure for the Preparation of Project HSE Plan:

Doc. No. KOC.GE.048

Purpose / Scope:

This procedure describes the process of developing and implementing
an HSE plan for projects. The purpose of this plan is to:-
Enable an estimate of time and resources requirements to implement
Project HSE objectives at early stage of the project.
Ensure that the requirements and expectations of the KOC HSE Policy,
2020 Strategy, and Regulatory requirements are addressed.
identify and assesses potential hazards and risks using appropriate
Identify key activities, roles and responsibilities, meeting project goals
Ensure risks are mitigated through risk management techniques.
Enable an estimate of time and resources (monetary and human) to
implement Project HSE objectives at early stage of the project.
The following are the key deliverables indicated out of this procedure for the
purpose of induction only, enabling contractor to estimate basic resource
requirements (it does not mean that the other deliverables are not applicable):

Develop further the original HSE plan that has been approved at conceptual
stage. While developing further the following HSE issues and activities shall
be taken into account from detail design stage through commissioning and
handover which will be subject to execution and review (PHSER).
Contractors; HSE organization, roles and responsibilities
Project Description and project HSE philosophy (considering; Guiding
Principles: KOC Guide to HSEMS & its documents, Industry standards
& Practices, The Project Operations & Maintenance Philosophy, etc.
HSE Objectives: Minimum manning, Reduction in manual handling, etc.
HSE Performance Targets: Accident rates, Number of ASAs performed,
Quantity of waste generated, Quantity of atmospheric emissions
Summary of Regulatory requirements
Description of Hazard identification, risk management and control (i.e. the
tools such as QRA: Hazop, EIA, ETA, FMEA, Gas dispersion, Explosion
impact study etc.)
Description of Project HSE issues as per the table below but not limited to:
Safety Health & OH Environment
System integrity level
High pressure/low
pressure interfaces and
overpressure protection
Fire and explosion
Fire, smoke & gas detection
Flare, vent, drains,
Access to system & equip.
Lifting, shifting/handling
Working at heights
PTW, Excavations
Driving & Vehicle Mgmt.
ESD and blow-down
Simultaneous operations
LOTO, Safe maintenance
Escape & Evacuation
Accident/Incident Mgmt.
Remote safety monitoring
Storage & handling of
hazardous materials
Exposure to toxic &
Noise pollution
Ergonomics &
Working hours
Working in heat &
House Keeping
First Aid and site

Emissions to air
Water supply
Effluent disposal
Leaks & Spills
Oil and chemical spills
Waste water treatment
and disposal
Site restoration
Environment sensitive
Soil contamination
Natural drains
Preservation of
Specific Project HSE Issues
Management of HSE Issues
- The control or activity that addresses the issue
- The timescale for any actions required
- Allocation of responsibility for carrying out actions
Project HSE Management System
- Roles and responsibilities
- Schedule of regulatory submissions (e.g. EIA)
- Schedule of HSE audits
- Schedule of Project HSE reviews
- Schedule of other HSE activities (see clause 5.2 below)
- HSE resources required
Summary of HSE Plan
- Significant HSE issues, aspects, hazards and risks
- Assessment of severity, if appropriate
- Mitigation or management measures
- Monitoring measures, if appropriate
- Timescale for implementation
- Responsibility
- Project HSE Action Plan
- Any further actions required
- Timescale for completion
- Responsibility Guidelines for min. cont.
HSE requirements in FPLS