Designated smoking areas? Hazard Identification. 9. JSA filled out before start of the work? Did the whole crew participate in filling out the. JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA) PROCEDURE NUMBER: HES 0 Prerequisites Purpose Instructions Document Stor. In , Chevron Upstream and Gas implemented a procedure called “ inadequate Job Safety Analysis (JSA)/hazard analysis” as one of the top five most.

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It subsequently failed under load. A Procedure Audit Checklist for the installation process. In chevgon, the more familiar we are with the task, the easier it is to lose focus. Pressure Energy applied by a liquid or gas that has been compressed or is under a vacuum.

If you can answer “yes” to any of the assessment questions on the facing page, it may affect incidentfree job performance.

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Click here ; 2. Purpose This field guide is a quick reference to help personnel involved in high-risk activities1 to identify and control the significant potential hazards unique to each activity and job. Listed below you will find the following Procedures chevrpn Procedure Audit Checklists which can be used to control the energy found in oil well pumping units, and can then lock-out, and tag-out the energy so it cannot be accidentally re-energized: Follow a hierarchy of controls approach to reduce the risk of a serious or fatal injury.

The risk for error and injury goes up at all experience levels when individual or organizational factors, task demands or the work environment interfere with our ability to focus on jea tasks. Schematic diagrams for the energy control and lock-out, tag-out LOTO device. The SFRT is designed to address the risk of any uncontrolled discharge from offshore sub-sea oil and gas wells.


Mr Byers said the Montara and Macondo offshore oil spill disasters, and subsequent inquiry recommendations, had highlighted the need for the international offshore petroleum exploration and production industry to create a capability for fast and effective response to uncontrolled hydrocarbons releases.

Preventing serious injuries and fatalities requires operational discipline.

Loss of focus can lead to an error. To reduce the odds for human error, you must address any factors that may interfere with your readiness to perform well and to react effectively to unexpected events or changes.

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Task Demands Are the procedures and instructions for the task unclear? The confirmation of RPL status for our training course may be applicable to more than 10, employees and contractors who have completed our Stepback and JHA training.

The aim of the JSA focused engagement is to proactively improve the quality of JSAs through immediate, specific feedback and coaching. In all cases, Organizations and individuals wishing to learn the status of RPL, should contact either APPEA or the independant reviewer for further confirmation of thier status. Individual Factors Are you feeling stressed, distracted or worried due to work or personal issues?

Resume work or stay shut down until risk is mitigated. Potential Significant Hazards A potential significant hazard is any condition, cehvron or object that has the potential for an unplanned release of, or unwanted contact with, an energy source that may result in a serious or ja injury.

Human Performance Assessment Questions. The critical requirement for drilling operations to apply good procedures is illustrated in this APPEA safety alert which shows how a Chevron drill rig off Australia allowed incorrect elevator inserts to be used.


This means performing every task the right way every time, from initial hazard assessment through each step of the job, including post-activity review. Click here ; 4. Preventive actions you or your supervisor can take to reduce the risks to working safely include:. There is always a temptation amongst many workers to “get her done”, and this leads to rushing-in without the necessary re-assessment when a job changes. Even with established worker qualifications and the best tools and experience to guide us, we must also be personally ready to perform each job at our highest capacity.

The scope of the major incident study includes: Refer to the field guide in all phases of hazard assessment: Web design by Luminosity. Don’t make snap decisions. Revisiting the JSA is critical to maintain the currency of the control mechanisms. Hazard Analysis, a Requirement for All High-Risk Tasks We eliminate or mitigate risks by identifying hazards, taking actions to reduce them and sharing what we know.

Click here ; 3. Are you capable of performing the task but feel that you require more guidance? Identify the Hazards and Take Action The first safeguard is you.

Share what you learned. Hazard Identification Tool Definitions. Sound Sound is produced when a force causes an object or substance to vibrate and the energy is transferred through the substance in waves.

Use during near-miss and incident investigations. Proceedings of an international conference Diverless and Deepwater Techology: