Detensioning & Tensioning

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JSA On Site Machine Operations (3)

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On Site Machining Operations
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Sequence of Basic Job Steps

After customer has given clearance and job scope has been documented and identified, Prepare for mobilization on job site.

HAZARDS IDENTIFIED

Use the Checklist Below as a Guide to be Specific

Miscommunication between parties.

Initial Risk
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PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES / RECOMMENDATIONS

Use Hierarchy of Control (Elimination, Substitution, Engineering Controls, Administrative Controls, and PPE)

  • Proper representation from all parties involved on the Scope of works must be documented.
  • Daily Toolbox Meetings must be held before work can commence to discuss the Plans, Hazards, Controls, and any Changes in the Scope for the Day.
  • Management of Change Procedures must be implemented where changes to scope of work, conditions on site, or the circumstances under which the risk assessment was carried.
Residual Risk
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Acquire all Necessary Safe Work Permits for Job including vehicles and equipment.

Unauthorized, work being conducted, unauthorized vehicle movement.

Residual Risk
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  • All Permits to work (PTW) guidelines must followed.
  • All workers involved must be trained and aware of PTW procedures.
  • All vehicles and equipment being utilized for job must certified and in good operating condition.
Residual Risk
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Mobilization / Demobilisation of Tools, Equipment and Material

Manual Handling (Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling of loads) Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), Strains, Back Injuries

  • 3
  • 3
  • 9
  • All persons must follow JIMS SOPs for Manual Handling.
  • Only trained and experienced employees to conduct Manual Handling Activities
  • Person must always be supervised.
  • Employees must be Fit to Work and are subject to medical surveillance.
  • During breaks personnel should stretch and exercise body parts held static during work Seek assistance when loads exceed 50 lbs.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

Wet and uneven surface Slips, Trips, Falls, Sprains, Ankle Injury, Bruises, Fractures, Death

  • 4
  • 3
  • 12
  • Employees must obey all site rules, warning signs on site, exercise caution when walking and report any Health and Safety breaches/hazards that can have a negative impact to them or others.
  • Use alternative routes when walking on site with visible uneven surfaces, wet floors, or hazardous activities.
  • 4
  • 1
  • 4

Machine set up

Manual Handling (Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling of loads) Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), Strains, Back Injuries

  • 3
  • 3
  • 9
  • All personnel must follow JIMS SOPs for Manual Handling.
  • All persons involved in the task must be trained and experienced.
  • All persons must be supervised.
  • Employees must be fit to work and subject to medical surveillance.
  • During breaks personnel should stretch and exercise body parts held static during work Seek assistance when loads exceed 50 lbs.
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's musto be followed when conducting this task.
  • All involved persons must be aware, competent, and trained for executing task.
  • All rigging equipment must be certified. I.e., Pad Eyes, shackles, lifting eyes, slings and straps.
  • Rigging activities must be conducted by a certified or experienced rigging personnel.
  • All safety pins are checked and in place during transportation and assembly of equipment.
  • Verify equipment setting points are verified, machine legs are tightened and fastened to pipe.
  • Additional lifting aids such as chain hoist should be used to support machine during cutting activity.
  • All small tools must be carried and kept in tool bag or tool kits.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

Falling Objects Personal Injury, Struck by, Property Damage, Death

  • 4
  • 4
  • 16
  • Prior to commencing operations, a toolbox talk must take place covering the contents of the relevant JSA on site.
  • JIMS's PPE procedures must be adhered to via supervision, monitoring, inspection, audit, and training.
  • All loose tools and equipment must be secured properly.
  • 4
  • 1
  • 4

Manual Handling (Awkward Positioning, awkward body position, repetitive Motion) Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), Strains, Back Injuries, Pinch points.

  • 3
  • 2
  • 6
  • Perform all movements in a controlled, balanced, comfortable position. Ensure proper manual lifting techniques are used.
  • Minimise repetitive bending, twisting and overreaching movements.
  • During breaks personnel should stretch and exercise body parts held static during work.
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Tool bags must be used to hold and accommodate small tools and items.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

Connect air hoses to compressor end and equipment end. Open air valve on compressor end

Rupturing of Air hoses Eye injury, Struck on Face and Torso by hose, Death

  • 4
  • 3
  • 12
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Only Persons trained and competent persons involved in this task.
  • Hoses and fittings must be suitable and certified for task, visually inspect hoes and fitting prior to use.
  • Equipment and hoses must be certified for the relevant working pressure is used.
  • Verify all safety pins are in place before energizing hose.
  • Pressure producing equipment must be outfitted with proper relief valves.
  • Be aware of lines under pressure and cordon off area.
  • PPE must be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 4
  • 2
  • 8

Connect air hoses to compressor end and equipment end. Open air valve on compressor end

Rupturing of Air hoses Eye injury, Struck on Face and Torso by hose, Death

  • 4
  • 3
  • 12
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Only Persons trained and competent persons involved in this task.
  • Hoses and fittings must be suitable and certified for task, visually inspect hoes and fitting prior to use.
  • Equipment and hoses must be certified for the relevant working pressure is used.
  • Verify all safety pins are in place before energizing hose.
  • Pressure producing equipment must be outfitted with proper relief valves.
  • Be aware of lines under pressure and cordon off area.
  • PPE must be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 4
  • 2
  • 8

Open air supply on equipment ends and start operation

Rotating equipment Loss of fingers, loss of limbs, damage to equipment. Hot swarf, wet surfaces, falling particles/metal cutting.

  • 3
  • 3
  • 9
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Only persons trained and competent are to be involved in this task. Pay attention to hand placement.
  • Operator must operate equipment in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
  • Ensure proper communication between all persons as well as simops.
  • Operate equipment manually prior to energizing to verify no interference.
  • Work permit must be verified with client, system isolated /depressurized. There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards
  • Ensure suitable cooling fluid is used.
  • Install drip pan to collect falling liquids and particles.
  • 3
  • 2
  • 6

Noise Temporary Threshold shift

  • 3
  • 2
  • 6
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • Monitor employee's medical through hearing conservation programme and Health Surveillance.
  • PPE Shall be done in accordance with client’s site requirements.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

Vibration Tingling, Numbness, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Vibration syndrome, White or blue fingers

  • 3
  • 2
  • 3
  • Conduct a work break every 4 hours. During breaks personnel should stretch and exercise body parts held static during work.
  • Equipment must be serviced regularly to reduce vibration.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

Chemical Exposure - Cutting Fluid Eye: slight eye irritation. Skin: irritation or redness. Inhalation: respiratory tract irritation Ingestion: slight stomach irritation

  • 2
  • 2
  • 4
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • JSA and Toolbox meeting is to be conducted before this Task can commence.
  • Thoroughly rinse affected eye at eye wash station.
  • Thoroughly rinse skin after use with soap and water.
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2

Sharp edges Cuts

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  • Employees are to be supervised and made aware of the hazards.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

(PIPE CUTTING ONLY) Ensure rigging is set in place on pipe by certified rigging personnel before starting any cutting operation, installation of air motor or connection of air hoses.

Breaking Containment, Uncontrolled Gas Release, Uncontrolled Steam Release, Uncontrolled Oil Release Skin, eye and respiratory irritation, Air Pollution, Burns, Fire, Explosion, Death, Multiple Death, Environmental Spill

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  • 4
  • 20
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task. Only Persons Trained are to be involved in this task. There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • Operate equipment manually prior to energizing, to verify no interferences.
  • Line must be De-Energized and LOTO in effect before task can commence. Emergency Response Plan must be Available before the start of the Job.
  • All persons involved in the task must be aware of equipment’s moving parts, pinch points.
  • Work permit must be verified with client, system isolated/depressurized There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • Be aware of lines under pressure and cordon off area.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 5
  • 2
  • 10

Pipe Cutting Operations Cut through pipe

Stored Energy - Sudden Release of Detached Piping Lost of fingers, lost of limbs, crushed, death, multiple death, damage to equipment.

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  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task. Only Persons Trained in Machining/Pipe.
  • Cutting of Flanges and Pipes are to be involved in this task.
  • Ensure all dimensions/cut points are verified prior to commencement of task with client representative.
  • All internal pressures must be de-pressurized and verified before cutting can commence.
  • Piping to be detached or cut off must be rigged and secured prior to commencing cutting operations.
  • Proper Communication between the client supervisor and JIMS Team must be done.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
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Drilling Operations

Rupturing of pneumatic and hydraulic hose Equipment Falling, Eye injury, Struck on Face and Torso by hose, Spills, Death

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  • 3
  • 12
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Only Persons Trained in Drilling Operation are to be involved in this task.
  • Ensure equipment is secured firmly prior to commencement of activity.
  • Drill must be secured firmly according to manufacturers mounting guide.
  • Proper lifting techniques must be used.
  • Visually inspect and ensure that only hoses and fittings that are suitable, tested and certified for the relevant working pressure is used.
  • There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • Ensure proper communication between the client supervisor and JIMS Team.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 4
  • 2
  • 8

(FLANGE FACING) Ensure rigging is set in place on pipe by certified rigging personnel before starting any cutting operation, installation of air motor or connection of air hoses.

Manual Handling, Skin, eye and respiratory irritation, Fire, Explosion, Death, Multiple Death, Environmental Spill

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  • 4
  • 20
  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Proper lifting techniques must be used.
  • Only Persons Trained are to be involved in this task. There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • Operate manually prior to energizing, to verify no interference.
  • All persons involved must be aware of all rotating parts, sharp objects, pinch points etc.
  • Store small tools and equipment in tool bag/kit.
  • Work permits must be verified with client, system isolated/depressurized There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • Be aware of lines under pressure and cordon off area.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
  • 5
  • 2
  • 10

Housekeeping

Obstructed work area, Slips, Trips & fall, Personal injury, Death

  • 3
  • 3
  • 9
  • Walkways are to be marked and clear of tools, equipment, and parts at all times.
  • Ensure all tools and equipment are secured.
  • Ensure all cutting chips are disposed in suggested disposal bins.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3

Types of Hazards

Flammable, Toxic, Corrosive, Pressure, Temperature, Hydrates, Sand/Debris, Breaking Containment, Hot Work, Heavy Lift, Confined Space Entry, Drilling/Well Operations, Explosive Handling, Electrical/High Voltage, Work Scaffolding, Manual Handling, Water Jetting/ Sand Blasting, Impact on Safety Systems, Handovers, Non-routine Task, Falling from Height, Falling Objects, Collision, Access/Egress, Moving Machinery, Hand and Power Tools Operations, Machinery and Heavy Equipment Usage, Excavation Permit, Lock Out/Tag Out, Wet/Slippery Surfaces, Noise, Chemical exposure, Low Visibility, Weather Conditions, Fumes/Dust, Illumination, Competence of Personnel, Hazard to Environment, Flaring, Spillage/Chemical, Waste Management/Hazardous Waste.

NOTE: Checklist is not comprehensive
Safety Equipment Checklist*
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