II ADNOC HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT A Library of HSE Systems , Programs and Procedures will be maintained by. ADNOC E&S Division. HSE Manual Description. VIKING Emergency Training Drills. VIKING Planned Equipment and Facilities Controls. ADNOC 10 Golden Rules of Safety (GOLDEN RULES OF work activities in line with requirements of respective HSE procedures & manuals.
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It is the responsibility of the Diving Contractor to make arrangements, before any hze operation commences, with a suitably qualified and experienced doctor such that medical advice and treatment is available at any time to the diving personnel offshore. It is the responsibility of every contractor to ensure that each diving system adnod supplied with the necessary documentation including at least the following: For example, in a chamber capable of being removed from the worksite to a safe location while maintaining the divers at the correct pressure xdnoc with sdnoc support for a minimum of 24 hours.
Each Diving Contractor normally defines clear environmental limits. This includes breathing gas, personal equipment and deployment equipment. Is there any evidence that effective initial and ongoing competence assessments are being conducted on personnel? Any such handovers of responsibility must be recorded in writing in the diving operations log.
Diving operations near or on the bottom can stir up fine grained sediment which may reduce visibility particularly in low or zero current situations. The dive plan must specify that divers remain close to suitable recompression facilities for a set time following a dive [Ref.
On many specialized vessels one of the main limitations on diving operations is that the primary task, for example pipe-laying, cannot be interrupted without serious consequences. Formal cleaning procedures arnoc such equipment must be provided by the Diving Contractor, together with documentary evidence that such procedures have been followed [Ref. Different skill and operational standards are therefore considered applicable.
The team size and composition must always be sufficient to enable the diving operation to be conducted safely and effectively. This analysis must be repeated immediately before use of the gas.
The dive plan must therefore specify the maximum depth for the mixture being used. It is a requirement that sets of Andoc alarms are repeated in the diving control center.
Our expectation is that ouremployees and contractors will lead byexample and demonstrate compliancewith these golden rules of safety,applicable laws and codes of practice,which will fundamentally contribute toprevention of accidents in our own andcontractor operations.
An exhaustive list of hazards and risks is not possible but some are highlighted below. Are references required and checked? The absolute minimum team required to conduct a safe closed bell dive within the scope of this COP will be seven diving personnel i.
These schools are independently audited and certificates from them can be accepted as showing suitable basic training. Is there a Safety Improvement Plan use operation and a procedure for ensuring that HSE matters and recommendations from previous contracts and accident investigations are considered, implemented and included as appropriate in HSE manusl.
ADNOC-COPV Page 40 of 82 ADNOC Trainees will often form part of the team but will not normally be allowed to take over the functions of the person training them unless that person remains in control, is present to oversee their actions, and the handover does not affect the safety of the operation.
It must not be stored in a confined space or below decks but out in the open, and protected as detailed in Sections 3. Often the deck crew will be made up in large part of experienced divers who are not actually mankal. Relevant previous experience supervising similar operations will demonstrate a suitable level of competence.
Temporarily Fixed Platforms Included in this she are various large structures, which may in themselves be mobile but are intended to remain in one location during work. On large projects, dedicated personnel may be required to provide safe management control.
The operating position must be located to ensure ease of use, and communications equipment must be operable with one hand.
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Suitable certificates or copies must be provided at the worksite for checking. In some applications the diving system may be required to operate in a hazardous area i. With a larger deck crew, it will not be necessary for all members of hsw crew to have the same level of competence, provided they are closely overseen by a competent and experienced person. Has the Contractor designated one individual to be responsible for diving safety?
The following principles must be observed.
All divers at work must hold a diving qualification suitable for the work they intend to do. This will prevent the diver being supplied with the wrong percentage of oxygen even if the breathing medium is compressed air.
This situation is however often simplified by the level of detailed adjoc involved in the operation, resulting in all involved parties having a clear understanding of responsibilities and expectations. However, and notwithstanding above, the dive plans for ADNOC Group Companies must be based on maximum bottom time limitation for surface decompression SD and in water decompression diving hsw as set out in the Table 1.
The location of first-aid equipment must be clearly identified by the international sign of a white cross on a green background. This allows one supervisor to take rest, comfort and meal breaks away addnoc the stressful job of operating the control panel.
Disclaimer No liability whatsoever in contract, tort or otherwise is accepted by ADNOC or manuzl of its Group Companies, their respective shareholders, directors, officers and employees whether or not involved in the preparation of the Manual for any consequences whatsoever resulting directly or indirectly from reliance on or from the use of the Manual or for any error or omission therein even if such error or omission is caused by a failure to exercise reasonable care.