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Aberdeen HSSE Induction Clair Ridge Project
Transcript of Aberdeen HSSE Induction Clair Ridge Project
Fire and Evacuation
Thanks for your attention
Clair Ridge Project
Hook Up & Commissioning
Planning and preparation stage with client to commence hook up offshore July 2015
• Preparation of workpacks
• Compilation of procedures
• Identification and procurement of plant, equipment, materials
• Placing subcontracts
• Creation of the Level 4 offshore plan
• Site verification of the hook up scope of work (inc. Korea)
• Identification, recruitment and training of resources
What steps must we take to remain
safe in the office environment?
SIX SAFETY ESSENTIALS
ALWAYS TAKE CARE
BE OBSERVANT, TAKE YOUR TIME AND THINK
SAFETY FIRST. NOTHING WE DO IS SO IMPORTANT
THAT WE CANNOT TAKE TIME TO DO IT SAFELY.
FOLLOW THE RULES
SAFETY PROCEDURES ARE DESIGNED TO
STOP YOU GETTING HURT. IGNORING THEM
IS UNACCEPTABLE. IF A PROCEDURE IS
UNCLEAR OR UNWORKABLE, THEN YOU MUST
INFORM YOUR SUPERVISOR.
MANAGE ANY CHANGE
IF THERE IS A CHANGE OR DEVIATION TO THE
PLANNED ACTIVITY YOU MUST STOP THE JOB
AND RE-EVALUATE THE RISK ASSESSMENT
AND THE PRECAUTIONS TAKEN.
YOU MUST INTERVENE
IF YOU BELIEVE YOUR SAFETY, OR THE SAFETY
OF OTHERS, IS BEING COMPROMISED, YOU HAVE
A RIGHT TO INTERVENE AND STOP THE WORK.
YOU HAVE OUR SUPPORT TO EXERCISE THIS
RIGHT WITHOUT ANY REPERCUSSIONS.
DO A RISK ASSESSMENT
BEFORE STARTING WORK, A RISK ASSESSMENT
IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL HAZARDS AND SELECTING
CONTROL MEASURES MUST BE IN PLACE. ROUTINE
TASKS SHOULD BE RE-EXAMINED REGULARLY.
WEAR THE CORRECT PPE
YOU MUST ENSURE THAT WHEN YOU UNDERTAKE
ANY WORK, YOU WEAR THE FULL PPE CORRECTLY
AS IDENTIFIED IN THE RISK ASSESSMENT FOR
THAT SPECIFIC TASK.
The AMEC safety rules are a key element in achieving world class HSE performance vision and provide practices for our critical tasks which will help keep us all safe
Permit to work
Confined space entry
Working at heights
Management of change
What we value:
Making the office a greener place
Slips, trips and falls
Kitchen / hot drinks
Don't leave your laptop exposed;
Take your laptop with you when leaving the office at night and on the weekend
If your laptop must be left in the office be sure is it locked in side a file cabinet or desk drawer
Don't leave your laptop at the desk, even if there is a secure cable attached
Swipe in and out - don't tailgate
Challenge strangers who are unaccompanied
Report any near miss, illness or injury
Pav 3 First Aider number 6666
Posters in kitchen areas
First aiders have flags
Defibrillator in reception