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AL-KHAFJI JOINT

OPERATIONS

Industrial Security & Safety Department


LOSS PREVENTION DIVISION
KJO SAFETY GOALS

ZERO
Injuries - Illnesses - Incidents
Incident and Injury Free work execution will
contribute to the facilities success by:
Prevention of personnel injury to ourselves and
others both now and in the future
Reduction of losses in terms of lost time, damage,
product, property losses and inefficiency
Reduction in risks and costs
Greater Job satisfaction
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Industrial Security & Safety Department

Vision
Making KJO one of the safest and most secure oil and gas
operation in the Gulf.

Mission
Our mission is to Apply, Enforce and Promote the highest
level of safety and security standards and techniques
throughout KJO and its community.
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Health & Safety Issues

1. HSE Plan
HSEP due fifteen (15) days after kick-off meeting

Must be site specific


Must be reviewed by PMT & ISD Loss Prevention

Contractor shall assign a full-time HSE Manager


to coordinate the program

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2. Hazard Identification Plan (HIP)


Submitted as part of HSEP or separately
Hazards identified and recommendations made
Must be reviewed by PMT & ISD Loss Prevention
Due before start of any Contractual Work

3. KJO OH&S Manual


Copy given to Prime Contractor
Available in KJO Intranet
Hard copy available on site at all Overview
times
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Health & Safety Issues

4. Work Permits
Work permit is required for any work to be carried out
during each shift
KJO Certification required for RECEIVERS
Receivers shall have relevant experience to obtain work
permit

5. Personal Protective Equipment


Minimum requirements Safety Shoes, Safety Helmets,
Safety Glasses as mentioned in Schedule D

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Health & Safety Issues

6. Scaffolds
Scaffold drawings must be submitted to PMT for
review prior to erection
Scaffolds above 40ft require review by ISD &
engineering group
Proper scaffolding building materials
Trained and certified scaffold supervisors and crew
Use of Scaffold Tags
Fall protection mandatory above 6 ft

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Health & Safety Issues

7. Trenches and Excavations


Shoring, Benching, Sloping required at 4 ft (1.2m)
Excavation permits, proper barricades, and
underground utilities/piping checked.
Shoring Plans submitted for review prior to fabrication
Proper shoring materials, slope & spoils
Ensure that all excavation work is carried out
according to the requirements of the KJO Safety
Manual.

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8. Cranes and Lifting Equipment


All cranes with third party certificates and operators &
riggers certified
Lifting appliances shall be accompanied with the
manufacturers data sheets/certificates

9. Hand & Portable Power Tools


Tools shall be equipped with proper safeguards and shall
be free from any defects
Portable power tools shall be of the double insulated type
or three-wire grounded type
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10. Welding & Cutting Equipment


All welding and cutting equipment shall comply with
best industry standards
Flashback arrestors at gauges

11. Electrical Installations and Equipment


Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters(GFCI)
125 Volt maximum for electrically operated portable
hand tools
Wiring must be 3-wire system and plugs must be 3-
prong type
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12. Traffic Safety


Construction site Traffic flow Plan & Sketch
Seat belts for all drivers and passengers. No riding
in back/on vehicles.
Strict control of work-related traffic violations as
part of Contractor HSE Plan

13. Heavy Equipment


Operators with 3rd party certification
Back-up alarms/spotters & roll-over protection
Fuel trucks shall meet all safety requirements
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14. Fire Protection/Prevention


Provide and maintain suitable fire fighting
equipment in good working order.
All Contractor personnel shall be properly
trained in the use of portable fire
extinguishers.
Available evacuation plans & periodic drills
Laydown yard material storage plan
Maintain good housekeeping

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Health & Safety Issues

15. Painting/Abrasive Blasting


Certified Personnel & Equipment
Non-silica blasting media

16. Confined Space Entry


Work/entry permits, proper egress,
harnesses & lanyards
SCBA/Air supplied breathing Apparatus
Approved air supply equipment
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17. Divers
Up-to-date diving certifications
Emergency Response Procedures
Emergency Rescue Equipment availability
Certified Air Breathing Equipment
18. Work Over or Adjacent to Water
Lifesaving & rescue equipment on every
seagoing vessel
Lifesaving equipment on every workstation at
or near water
Floatation devices when working over water
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Health & Safety Issues
19. Medical Facilities
Qualified Nurse & proper medical facilities on site
Ambulance & drivers and arrangement with local
hospitals/clinics
Maintain adequate stock of medical supplies
20.Miscellaneous
Emergency Response Plans
Accident Reporting (LTAs, MVAs, Incidents, etc.)
Employee orientation & training
Maintain Job Site Safety Logbook
Spark Arrestors for mobile/stationary equipment
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Industrial Hygiene Issues
1. Chemical Hazards Management
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available and
updated chemical list & inventory
Proper employee training & appropriate PPE
Proper disposal of chemical waste
2. Physical & Health Hazards Management
Noise control, proper lighting & ventilation
Control of contaminants (fiberglass, non-silica
abrasive blasting media, etc)
Issuance of appropriate PPE and documentation of
required training
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Industrial Hygiene Issues

3. Radioactive Sources
Proper storage and distances
Source properly contained
Prior approval by KJO Loss Prevention for entry of
radioactive source
Certified personnel handling radioactive material/x-
ray equipment
Availability of Radiation Safety Procedure and
Emergency Response Procedure

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Submittals Requiring Approval

1. Prior To Project Mobilization


HSE Plan
Hazard Identification Plan (HIP)
Emergency Response Plans
Laydown Yard Plan
Traffic Flow Plan
Waste Management Plan
Safety Supervisors / Officers
Nurse(s)/1st Aiders
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Submittals Requiring Approval

2. Prior To Actual Work Activities


Scaffolding Plans
Excavation Shoring Plans
Crane Lift Plans
Isotope Storage Area
Smoking Shelters
Safety Orientation Program
Job Safety Analysis / Task Risk Assessment

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Certifications Required Before Beginning Work
1. Employees
Work Permit Receivers
Crane / Forklift / Heavy Equipment Operators
Riggers
Operators Lifting Man-baskets / Man-lift Operators
Cartridge Tool Operators
Divers
1st Aiders
X-ray Technicians
Scaffold Inspectors & Supervisors

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Certifications Required Before Beginning Work
2. Equipment
Heavy Equipment
Cranes & Other Lifting Equipment
Manbaskets
Spreader Bars
Crane Slings
Barges
Breathing Air Equipment
Scaffolds
Manlifts (JLGs, Scissor-Lifts, Etc.)
Boom Trucks
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Thank You!

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