Torquing Detorquing Tensioning Detensioning

JSA Torquing Detorquing-Tensioning Detensioning (5)

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Bolt Torquing / De-Torquing Operations, Bolt Tensioning / De-Tensioning 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

BOLT TORQUING / TORQUE BREAKOUT- BREAKING CONTAINMENT

Uncontrolled Gas/Steam Release Skin, eye and respiratory irritation, Air Pollution, Burns, Fire, Explosion, Death, Multiple Death

  • 5
  • 4
  • 20
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  • Procedure documented in the SOP's are to be followed when conducting this task.
  • Only Persons Trained in Bolt Torqueing/Breakout Operations are to be involved in this task.
  • There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
  • 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.
  • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
    • 5
    • 2
    • 10

    Hydraulic Bolt Tensioning/De-Tensioning

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

    • 4
    • 3
    • 12
    • Only Persons Trained in Bolt Tensioning/De-Tensioning are to be involved in this task.
    • Visual inspection must be done on all hoses and fitting before use. All relevant certificates must be verified.
    • All pressure producing equipment must be outfitted with proper relief valves.
    • Client must provide Work Permit prior to commencement. Be aware of lines under pressure and cordon off area.
    • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
    • 4
    • 2
    • 8

    Uncontrolled Oil Release Skin and eye irritation, Environmental Spill

    • 3
    • 4
    • 12
    • 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.
    • PPE is to be used must be accordance with the approved standards.
    • 3
    • 2
    • 6

    Noise Temporary Threshold shift

    • 3
    • 2
    • 6
    • PPE is to be used must be accordance with the approved standards.
    • Monitor employee's medical through hearing conservation programme and Health Surveillance.
    • 3
    • 1
    • 3

    Hot Surface / Area Burns, damage to equipment/PPE, dehydration.

    • 3
    • 4
    • 12
    • Only Persons Trained and experienced persons in Hydraulic Bolt Tensioning/De-Tensioning are to be involved in this task.
    • Client must provide an approve work permit prior to commencement of activity. There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
    • Be aware of the temperature of the Line and nearby lines. Employees must be properly hydrated.
    • Rotate employees regularly.
    • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
    • 3
    • 1
    • 3

    Working at heights Falls, Dropped objects, Property damage, death.

    • 4
    • 3
    • 12
    • Only Persons Trained and experienced persons in Bolt Tensioning/De-Tensioning to be involved in this task.
    • There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
    • Areas where working at heights take place must be cordoned off.
    • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards
    • All SIMOPS works must be communicated.
    • 4
    • 2
    • 8

    (Working with Pressure (Hydraulic & Pneumatic)

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

    • 4
    • 3
    • 12
    • Only Persons trained and experienced in Bolt Torqueing to be involved in this task.
    • Visually inspect and ensure that only hoses and fitting that are suitable, tested and certified for the relevant working pressure is used.
    • Pressure producing equipment must be outfitted with proper relief valves.
    • There must be a Permit to Work System in Place.
    • Be aware of lines under pressure and cordon off area.
    • Emergency Response Plan must be Available before the start of the Job, inclusive of spill response.
    • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards
    • 4
    • 2
    • 8

    OPERATION BOLT TORQUEINT/DETORQUEING

    Pinch Points Loss of fingers, loss of limbs, damage to equipment.

    • 3
    • 3
    • 9
    • Only Persons Trained and competent in Bolt Torqueing must be involved in this task. Pay attention to hand placement.
    • All equipment’s must be operated in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
    • Appropriate equipment must be selected based on task.
    • Proper communication between the pump operator and the Tool handler.
    • PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
    • 3
    • 2
    • 6

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

    • 3
    • 2
    • 6
    • 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

    Electricity - Pump Electrocution, Shock, burn, Death

    • 3
    • 4
    • 12
    • Only Persons Trained and competent using equipment must be involved in this task
    • All electrical equipment must be visually inspected prior to use. Any defective equipment must be quarantined/red tagged
    • There must be a Permit to Work System in Place. PPE is to be used in accordance with the approved standards.
    • An Emergency Response Plan must be available before the start of the Job inclusive of electrical shock response.
    • 3
    • 1
    • 3

    Chemical Exposure - Hydraulic Fluid Skin, eye and respiratory irritation, fires, explosions, property damage, death.

  • 2
  • 2
  • 4
    • Only trained and competent employees must be involved in this task.
    • PPE must be in accordance with the approved standards and as per SDS requirements.
    • 2
    • 1
    • 2

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

  • 3
  • 2
  • 6
    • All movements must be in a controlled, balanced, comfortable position.
    • 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.
  • 3
  • 1
  • 3
  • Ensure thorough documented handover is carried out if shift system is required. Return all permits to the Area Authority for cancellation or revalidation if applicable.

    Improper communication. Procedures not followed.

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    Establish proper communication technique among shift crewmembers and other work groups. Ensure all permits returned and all personnel are accounted for. Proper documentation of hand over is done. All tensioned joints must be tagged and certified to indicate its completion

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    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
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