ADNOC HSE MANUAL PDF
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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Underwater activities in ADNOC Group of Companies are predominantly in the Exploration and Production area, and smaller scale activities occur in other areas, mainly in connection with ships, buoys, jetties and underwater pipelines. Dive A dive takes place when a person enters the water, a chamber, or any other environment in which he is subject to pressure greater than millibars above atmospheric pressure and who in order to survive in such an environment breathes in air or other gas at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure.
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This authority does not extend to the duties of the Master of the vessel. The presence of man-made and natural petroleum products around oil fields can cloud optical lenses and may damage plastic materials. This will confirm, as far as reasonably practicable, their fitness to enter saturation. These checks must include: DP adnof may be classified in accordance with an International classification system which will assist in any such consideration.
The standby diver must be dressed to enter hsw water but need not wear a mask or helmet, although these have to be readily available. Also called an open bottom bell. New, or yse, equipment must be considered acnoc, but should not be discounted because it has not been used before. Only two grades of diver are allowed to work within the scope of adnox COP: If this is by a separate generator, the positioning of this should be governed by the following factors: All require to be planned and controlled to high standards.
In such a circumstance, arrangements will be needed to allow personnel at the site to communicate over radio or telephone links with a diving medical specialist. For saturation diving, the diver medic may be a team member on the surface but must be qualified to go under pressure in an emergency. They must also provide contingency procedures for any foreseeable emergency. This minimum will depend on the type of diving, but a standard list has been agreed [Ref.
If relevant previous supervisory experience of similar operations cannot be demonstrated due to unique features of the planned operation, or to the limited previous experience of the individual being considered, then the Diving Contractor must assess the relevant information available, consider the possible risks involved and make a decision as to the adnooc of the individual concerned.
They are kanual to be fitted with a pawl and ratchet gear in which the pawl has to be disengaged before lowering. Often the deck crew will be made up in large part of experienced divers who are not actually diving.
The dive plan must include solutions for these hazards. Normally relies on computer control and built in redundancy levels. Does the Contractor have established procedures for dealing with: Top and middle lights to be RED.
For dives to depths less than 60fsw and not involving decompression, the standby diver may be deployed as a working diver providing all of the following conditions are met ref. The absolute minimum team required to conduct a safe closed bell dive within the scope of this COP will be seven diving personnel i. The dive plan must include precise instructions regarding the operating procedures.
ADNOC 10 Golden Rules of Safety
However, if weight shedding is employed, the weights must be designed so that the divers inside the bell can shed them. These lights are to be lit when necessary. It is the responsibility of the Diving Contractor to make arrangements, before any diving 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.
If an incident occurs during the dive, the communication record must be retained for any subsequent investigation. These platforms may however have other hazards to diving operations such as anchor wires and submerged pontoons.
They must be competent to provide the level of assistance that the diver expects and needs. On many specialized vessels one of the main limitations on adnnoc operations is that the primary task, for example pipe-laying, cannot be interrupted without serious consequences.
The location of first-aid equipment must be clearly identified by the international sign of a white cross on a green background. The level of detail or involvement required of the Diving Contractor, and information on how to meet the responsibilities, are given in use relevant sections of this Code of Practice. Diving equipment is used under extreme conditions including frequent immersion in salt water.