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INSTALLATION STUDIES FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF TRAIN 2 WATER-COOLED HEAT EXCHANGERS NIGERIA LNG, BONNY ISLAND

INSTALLATION STUDIES FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF TRAIN 2 WATER-COOLED HEAT EXCHANGERS

NIGERIA LNG, BONNY ISLAND Contract No : B170102PPP

PPE Management

Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02

Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 HSE PLAN PPE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE ( Doc.

HSE PLAN

PPE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

(Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02)

REVISION

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PPE Management

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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 Table of Contents 1. PURPOSE 4 2.

Table of Contents

1. PURPOSE

4

2. SCOPE

4

3. REFERENCE

4

4. OBJECTIVES

4

5. PPE GUIDELINES

4

6. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

5

7.1

Head Protection

5

7.1.1 General Duties (Safety Helmet)

5

7.1.2 Specific Safety Helmets

5

7.1.3 Care and Maintenance

5

7.2

Eye Protection

6

7.2.1 General Duties (Safety Spectacles/Glasses)

6

7.2.2 Corrective Lenses

6

7.2.3 Welding Operations (Eye, Face and Neck Protection)

6

7.2.4 Safety Goggles / Face Shields

6

7.2.5 Side shields

6

7.2.6 Care and Maintenance

7

7.3

Hand Protection

7

7.3.1 General Purpose Gloves

7

7.3.2 Care and Maintenance

7

7.3.3 Safety Gloves for Specific Hazards

7

7.4

Foot Protection

8

7.4.1 Boots and Shoes

8

7.4.2 Wellington Boots

8

7.4.3 Selection

8

7.4.4 Care and Maintenance

10

7.5 Body Protection

10

7.5.1 General Duties

10

7.5.2 Coveralls

10

7.5.3 Foul Weather Duties (Jacket and Over-Trousers)

10

7.5.4 Chemical Handling (Protective Clothing)

10

7.5.5 Care and Maintenance

11

7.6 Hearing Protection

11

7.6.1 General Duties

11

7.6.2 Noise Exposure Dose

11

7.6.3 Types of Hearing Protection

11

7.6.4 Care and Maintenance

12

7.7 Respiratory Protection

12

Hearing Protection 11 7.6.4 Care and Maintenance 12 7.7 Respiratory Protection 12 PPE MANAGEMENT Page 2
Hearing Protection 11 7.6.4 Care and Maintenance 12 7.7 Respiratory Protection 12 PPE MANAGEMENT Page 2
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 7.7.1 Introduction 12 7.7.2 Dust and Fumes

7.7.1 Introduction

12

7.7.2 Dust and Fumes (Filter Respirators)

13

7.7.3 Oxygen Deficiency (Breathing Apparatus)

14

7.8 Fall Protection

16

7.8.1 Full Body Harness

16

7.8.2 Types of Shock-Absorbing Equipment

16

7.8.3 Connecting Hook

16

7.8.4 Emergency Life Line

16

7. SELECTION OF PPE

17

8.1.

Compatibility

17

8.2.

Primary Assessment

17

8.3.

Secondary Assessment

17

8. STANDARDS / MAINTENANCE & STORAGE OF PPE

18

9.1

Minimum Standards

18

9.2

Maintenance of PPE

18

9.3

Storage of PPE

18

9. TRAINING IN THE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF PPE

19

10. ATTACHMENTS

19

Nature of Threat

21

Route to be protected

21

PPE Required

21

Specifications

21

Threat 21 Route to be protected 21 PPE Required 21 Specifications 21 PPE MANAGEMENT Page 3
Threat 21 Route to be protected 21 PPE Required 21 Specifications 21 PPE MANAGEMENT Page 3
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 1. PURPOSE The purpose of this procedure

1. PURPOSE

The purpose of this procedure is to provide guidelines that ensure adequate provision, enforcement of use of PPE for water-cooled heat exchanger replacement Project and its subcontractor personnel.

The use of personal protective equipment is one of the control options available for controlling hazards in the workplace and not substitutes for effective engineering controls, safe work conditions or sound work practices, but can play an essential part in the protection of the worker.

Its use does neither eliminate the hazard nor does it prevent incidents but helps to reduce the impact or adverse health effects, if used correctly

2. SCOPE

This procedure provides guidelines for DECN and Contractors on the requirements for conducting a hazard assessment of the workplace to determine the need for appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), communicating the assessment results to employees, eliminating defective PPE, and training employees in the proper use of PPE.

3. REFERENCE

(1)

Project HSE Management Plan (NHX-HSE-01HSE Plan)

4. OBJECTIVES

1)

To ensure all personal protective equipment requirements of DECN and its subcontractor employees involved in the project are identified.

2)

To ensure the use of properly fitted and effective PPE for specific jobs.

3)

To establish a procedure detailing accountability for selection, use, inspection, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the PPE program.

4)

To regulate the standard of PPE supplied to all employees irrespective of their employer.

5. PPE GUIDELINES

1) Basic PPE to be worn by all site employees shall be safety helmet, safety glasses with side protections, steel toe capped safety footwear, gloves, overalls or long sleeve shirt and trousers of cotton or poly-cotton.

2)

Types of PPE issued shall be detailed in the Work Method Statement.

or poly-cotton. 2) Types of PPE issued shall be detailed in the Work Method Statement. PPE
or poly-cotton. 2) Types of PPE issued shall be detailed in the Work Method Statement. PPE
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 3) DECN project management team shall ensure

3)

DECN project management team shall ensure that PPE are properly maintained in good order and replaced at no charge when defective.

4)

DECN employees shall wear the personal protective equipment required, a failure in compliance will result in disciplinary action against the offender employees and where appropriate, their line supervision.

5)

All PPE shall conform to KOSHA / International standard (ANSI, BS, CE, etc.) or approved by the Client is fit for purpose and is comfortable.

6.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

7.1

Head Protection

7.1.1

General Duties (Safety Helmet)

For use in situations where hazards include striking head against fixed objects at head height or falling objects from above. It should be manufactured from plastics.

Helmets are required to be replaced if subjected to severe impact.

Local regulations may require helmets not to be worn in the vicinity or helicopter operations, except for Firemen's helmets worn during firefighting duties.

The use of paint (aerosol type) and certain adhesive stickers may affect the integrity of the helmet and should not be allowed.

Metal safety helmets shall not be used.

7.1.2

Specific Safety Helmets

Air Supplied Helmets should be worn when working with chemical sprays or grit blasting.

Welding Helmets/Caps, which give protection against dangerous arc radiation and hot particles of weld metal, shall be worn when engaged in welding operations.

7.1.3

Care and Maintenance

Safety helmets must be properly cared for and maintained by:

(3.1) Storing them in a safe place when not in use, for example on a peg or in a cupboard.

(3.2) Visual examining for signs of damage or deterioration on a regular basis.

(3.3) Replacing defective harness components.

(3.4) Regular cleaning or replacing the sweat band.

Replacing defective harness components. (3.4) Regular cleaning or replacing the sweat band. PPE MANAGEMENT Page 5
Replacing defective harness components. (3.4) Regular cleaning or replacing the sweat band. PPE MANAGEMENT Page 5
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 All safety helmets are susceptible to loss

All safety helmets are susceptible to loss of strength and impact resistance from ultraviolet light, temperature extremes and chemical degradation. An inspection and maintenance program that includes provision for replacement should be established. The service life of a safety helmet can be extended by cleaning both the shell and harness as a part of the maintenance program.

7.2

Eye Protection

7.2.1

General Duties (Safety Spectacles/Glasses)

Eyes require to be protected against injury from wind-blown debris, and from impact against various fixtures, fittings or loose items which the wearer may inadvertently knock into by nature of working within the close confines of plant or equipment.

Eye protection shall be worn at all times when inside construction area. Dark safety glasses should be used while working in the sunny areas; it filters the UV rays presence in the sunlight, whereas clear safety glasses should be used during night time or poor visibility.

7.2.2

Corrective Lenses

Personnel wearing corrective lenses require the same level of eye protection as those without corrective lenses; a specially designed cover safety glass is to be worn on top of the corrective lenses. Impact resistance corrective lenses with side shields may be used for general purpose.

7.2.3

Welding Operations (Eye, Face and Neck Protection)

Welding operations require special eye, face and neck protection for the operator. Assistants, Firewatchers will also require protection against ultra-violet radiation.

7.2.4

Safety Goggles / Face Shields

Certain operations are significantly more hazardous to the eyes, and the eye protection selected must be suitable against particular hazard in question. For operations including grinding, scraping, chipping etc., the handling of chemicals and solvents, sample taking, etc., advice should be sought from the Safety and Environmental Protection Division. Full-view goggles/face shields may be required and they should be suitable for dust or chemical protection.

7.2.5

Side shields

Safety spectacles are intended to shield the wearer’s eye from impact hazards such as flying fragments, objects, large chips, and particles. DECN shall ensure to use eye safety spectacles with side shields (Clip-on or slide-on side shields) workers

to use eye safety spectacles with side shields (Clip-on or slide-on side shields) workers PPE MANAGEMENT
to use eye safety spectacles with side shields (Clip-on or slide-on side shields) workers PPE MANAGEMENT
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 who use the spectacles when there is

who use the spectacles when there is a hazard from flying objects. Non-side shield spectacles are not acceptable eye protection for impact hazards.

7.2.6

Care and Maintenance

The lenses of eye and face protectors must be kept clean as dirty lenses restrict vision, causing eye fatigue and leading to incidents.

Scratched or pitted lenses should be replaced as they may impair vision and their resistance to impact may be impaired. Transparent face shields should be replaced when warped, scratched or brittle with age.

7.3

Hand Protection

7.3.1

General Purpose Gloves

General purpose gloves should only be used to protect against minimal risks to health and safety (i.e. resist cuts and abrasions, repel some liquids and offer a good grip).

Care should be taken in the donning, use, removal and storage of protective gloves. They should be maintained in good condition, checked regularly and discarded if worn and deteriorated.

Gloves should always be maintained according to manufacturer's instructions

7.3.2

Care and Maintenance

Where tests show that penetration through a glove can occur, a control system of regular glove checking, cleaning and replacement must be put in place.

Gloves are to be regularly examined for cuts, punctures, abrasion, cracks, contamination, etc. Areas between the fingers and other flex points must be carefully examined. Although it may be practical to decontaminate and re-use gloves in certain situations, the cleaning process usually does not remove all the toxic material, thus reducing breakthrough time for subsequent use. Discarded and contaminated gloves are to be destroyed in order to prevent unauthorized retrieval and use (this is especially important for gloves that may have been in contact with very toxic substances.)

Gloves should be stored at ambient temperatures away from light, moisture, solvents and chemicals. Each person should be issued with protective gloves on a personal basis to prevent the spread of contagious skin infections.

7.3.3

Safety Gloves for Specific Hazards

Approved safety gloves must be worn for specific types of exposure;

1)

Leather Rigger Gloves

Approved safety gloves must be worn for specific types of exposure; 1) Leather Rigger Gloves PPE
Approved safety gloves must be worn for specific types of exposure; 1) Leather Rigger Gloves PPE
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Leather rigger gloves are required to be carried by all members of the crew, carrying out heavy duty lifting work. Firefighting gloves provide better protection against heat and flame.

2) Chemical Handling (PVC/Neoprene Gloves)

Particular care should be used when handling chemicals, which must not come into contact with the skin. PVC gloves for handling acids/alkalis should be worn. Special gloves are available (Nitrile) for handling solvents. Handle and remove gloves carefully to avoid contamination of hands and inside the gloves. Wash hands and arms frequently, dry them carefully and use a hand cream to prevent dryness of the skin through loss of natural oils. Keep cuts and abrasions covered with waterproof plasters.

3) Electrical Work (Electric Gloves / Power Isolation Gloves)

Wear approved Electric gloves while working on live electric equipment, however after the power is cut-off, general purpose gloves can be used.

7.4

Foot Protection

Safety footwear protects against hazards ranging from dermatitis to crushing injuries. Within this broad range of hazards, consideration needs to be given to the possibility of contact with chemicals, extremes of heat, slippery surfaces, punctures from nails or other sharps objects, and electrical hazards both live and static. All personnel working in, or visiting any potentially hazardous areas such as construction sites, workshops, process areas, etc. must wear safety footwear at all times while in the area.

7.4.1

Boots and Shoes

These are the most common types of safety footwear and normally comprise rubber soles and leather uppers with integrated steel toecaps. They may also have other safety features including slip resistant soles and steel mid-soles and insulation against extremes of temperature

7.4.2

Wellington Boots

These protect against water and wet conditions and are useful in jobs where the footwear needs to be washed and disinfected for hygienic reasons, such as in food handling. Usually made from rubber, they are also made from polyurethane and PVC that have greater chemical resistance. Wellington boots are available with steel toecaps and instep guards.

7.4.3

Selection

The selection of protective footwear depends primarily on the hazard(s) but comfort and durability must also be considered. The choice is therefore made on

but comfort and durability must also be considered. The choice is therefore made on PPE MANAGEMENT
but comfort and durability must also be considered. The choice is therefore made on PPE MANAGEMENT
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 the basis of suitability for protection, compatibility

the basis of suitability for protection, compatibility with the work and the requirements of the user.

Generally, safety footwear must be flexible, wet resistant and absorb perspiration. Boots should be selected where ankle protection is required. The ability to resist corrosion, abrasion and industrial wear and tear should also be considered. Manufacturers’ instructions and markings for appropriate use and level of protection must always be observed.

Specific requirements for protective footwear are as follows:

1) Soles

Boots and shoes to have treaded soles for slip resistance. Soles can be heat and oil resistant, shock resistant, anti-static or conductive, as required for the work being carried out. Footwear intended to protect against oils, solvents or liquids to have soles that are molded or bonded to the upper. Footwear with steel mid-soles to be used where there is a risk of the sole being pierced by nails and similar objects. The soles of footwear used for abseiling work to have a substantial instep to enable a firm footing when climbing.

2) Steel toecaps

They shall be capable of resisting a heavy/sharp object falling from a considerable height.

3) Metatarsal guards/protection

Employers can use metatarsal guards or footwear with built-in metatarsal protection when metatarsal protection is needed in the workplace. The guards or footwear shall be capable of resisting a heavy/sharp object falling from a considerable height.

4) Burn protection

Footwear made of leather to be used to protect against burning by sparks and slag.

5) Waterproofing

People working in wet places shall wear safety footwear impervious to water. Rubber and PVC are suitable waterproofing materials for footwear but are not permeable and prevent the escape of perspiration.

6) Anti-static

Anti-static footwear offers protection against the hazard of static electricity and gives some protection against mains electric shock. Anti-static footwear to be worn where there is both a hazard from static build up and the possibility of contact with mains electricity. The soles shall have a resistance low enough to allow static electricity to leak slowly away while maintaining enough resistance to protect against a 240 V mains electric shock.

away while maintaining enough resistance to protect against a 240 V mains electric shock. PPE MANAGEMENT
away while maintaining enough resistance to protect against a 240 V mains electric shock. PPE MANAGEMENT
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7.4.4

Care and Maintenance

Safety footwear must be maintained in good condition, checked regularly and discarded if worn or deteriorated. Bootlaces are to be checked and replaced if necessary. Materials lodged in the sole tread should be removed without further damaging the tread. Stitching should be checked for loose, worn or cut seams.

Protective silicone sprays or waxes may be used to give protection against wet conditions.

7.5

Body Protection

7.5.1

General Duties

Apparel for construction site shall be free of holes, excessive wear and other defects. Only proper work clothing (e.g., Coveralls, long pants and sleeved shirt) shall be worn by personnel performing construction, maintenance and operations work.

7.5.2

Coveralls

Coveralls give protection to the wearer against l dirt, grime, small oil splashes, minor abrasions and burns etc.

For dealing with caustic, corrosive or acid substances a suitable resistant suit shall be used.

Protective clothing shall only be used for the purpose intended.

When employees such as operators/welders and maintenance personnel are in the areas where flash fire hazards exist, your employees must wear flame-resistant garments/flame-resistant clothing (Fire/Flame Retardant Coverall) to protect against the flash fire hazards.

7.5.3

Foul Weather Duties (Jacket and Over-Trousers)

These garments give protection against wind, and rain, and some protection against splashing from liquids. The clothing will offer a degree of protection if the wearer is inadvertently exposed to a fire situation.

The garment shall be manufactured from approved materials.

Note: Personnel employed in the production of hydrocarbons including drilling operations should be issued with a jacket and over-trousers.

7.5.4

Chemical Handling (Protective Clothing)

Personnel handling bulk chemicals may require whole body protection against splashes. If necessary, they shall wear impervious suits or aprons.

body protection against splashes. If necessary, they shall wear impervious suits or aprons. PPE MANAGEMENT Page
body protection against splashes. If necessary, they shall wear impervious suits or aprons. PPE MANAGEMENT Page
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7.5.5

Care and Maintenance

All types of body protective clothing and equipment must be maintained in good condition and checked regularly. It must be repaired or discarded if damaged. General purpose coveralls should be regularly laundered to prevent irritation and the spread of skin infections

7.6

Hearing Protection

7.6.1

General Duties

Hearing conversation programs should be established in all locations where employees are exposed to noise levels above 85 dB(A) for 8 hours.

It is necessary to take special precautions to prevent damage to hearing by exposure to excessive or prolonged noise.

Wear hearing protection in all areas where noise levels exceed 85 dB(A) for an 8- hour shift shall be designated as Hearing Protection Areas.

No exposure to continuous or intermittent noise levels in excess of 115dB is allowed.

It is quite common for people to use the “one and two meter” rules to indicate whether there is a potential noise problem.

Two-meter rule : If you have to raise your voice (or repeat yourself to someone who is standing two meters away) then the noise level is likely to be above 85dB.

One-meter rule : If speech is difficult at a distance of just one meter then the noise level could be 90dB or more.

7.6.2

Noise Exposure Dose

To find the average amount of exposure, a person can be subjected to in a period of time, the time weighted average (TWA) is used, based on an 8-hour shift.

Noise exposure should be reduced to as low as reasonably practicable. Everyone entering a designated hearing protection area must wear suitable hearing protection.

7.6.3

Types of Hearing Protection

There are three basic types of hearing protection which are widely used:

Aural insert protectors (earplugs)

types of hearing protection which are widely used:  Aural insert protectors (earplugs) PPE MANAGEMENT Page
types of hearing protection which are widely used:  Aural insert protectors (earplugs) PPE MANAGEMENT Page
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Earplugs fit into the ear canal. For them to be effective they must be properly inserted. If the plugs are of the disposable type, they must be disposed of every time they are removed.

Non-disposable earplugs must be cleaned regularly to ensure that they do not cause a possible ear infection, both bacterial and fungal. Earplugs worn by one person must never be worn by another.

Semi-aural protectors (canal caps).

Circum-aural protectors (earmuffs).

Earmuffs can be worn independently or as attachments to a hard hat in addition to earplugs. If the workers worn properly, earmuffs can reduce the noise exposure by 15~25 dB.

7.6.4

Care and Maintenance

Ear plugs are intended to be disposable and although they can be cleaned and reused, it is not recommended.

Ear muffs must be regularly examined for signs of damage or deterioration to the shells, linings and headband, and defective parts replaced. Regular cleaning of the contact seals with a damp cloth will prevent discomfort and ear infection. Ear muffs should be stored in a cool, dry place when not in use.

7.7

Respiratory Protection

7.7.1

Introduction

Personnel may be exposed to harmful vapors, dust and other airborne contaminants by the design or operating procedures of the worksite, in these circumstances it will be necessary to provide Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) to personnel. This will be identified as one or more of the control measures after conducting a task risk assessment (Material Safety Data Sheet).

It will be necessary to correctly identify the respiratory hazards, smokes, the product of combustion, dust, abrasion material, liquids, gases, vapors from chemicals, solvents, etc. The concentration and combination of the harmful substances should be assessed for their degree of toxicity. Advice the selection of RPE for particular applications can be sought from HSE Section.

Prior to the selection of suitable RPE, due consideration should be given to potential face-fit problems, including the wearing of facial hair. Full beards are not permitted for staff that may be required to wear respiratory protection during their normal working day, in particular, self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting, rescue or H2S escape.

in particular, self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting, rescue or H2S escape. PPE MANAGEMENT Page
in particular, self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting, rescue or H2S escape. PPE MANAGEMENT Page
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Contract No : B170102PPP PPE Management Doc. No. NHX-HSE-02 Respiratory protection may be required for normal

Respiratory protection may be required for normal working conditions or emergency conditions and fall into two general categories:

Those providing air which must pass through a filtering mechanism (referred to as filter respirators).

Those providing an air supply from an uncontaminated source (referred to as breathing apparatus).

Note: It is important to remember that filtration respirators are unsuitable for atmospheres which are deficient in oxygen.

7.7.2 Dust and Fumes (Filter Respirators)

Respirators range in type from a simple disposable dust mask to a high performance full-face mask with filters suitable for organic vapor, acid gas and dust.

It must be emphasized that respirators are only designed to afford protection against relatively low concentrations of toxic substances, and if there is a doubt as to correct level of protection that is required, then the higher level of protection will be selected Where doubt arises, advice should be obtained from the HSE Department.

Filter respirators are defined as following international standards (NIOSH, EN)

NIOSH(National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) standards define the following categories of particulate filters

Oil resistance

Rating

Description

 

N95

Filters at least 95% of airborne particles

Not oil resistant

N99

Filters at least 99% of airborne particles

N100

Filters at least 99.97% of airborne particles

 

R95

Filters at least 95% of airborne particles

Oil resistant

R99

Filters at least 99% of airborne particles

R100

Filters at least 99.97% of airborne particles

 

P95

Filters at least 95% of airborne particles

Oil proof

P99

Filters at least 99% of airborne particles

P100

Filters at least 99.97% of airborne particles

European standard EN 143 defines the following classes of particle filters that can be attached to a face mask:

143 defines the following classes of particle filters that can be attached to a face mask:
143 defines the following classes of particle filters that can be attached to a face mask:
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Class

Filter penetration limit (at 95 L/min air flow)

P1

Filters at least 80% of airborne particles

P2

Filters at least 94% of airborne particles

P3

Filters at least 99.95% of airborne particles

European standard EN 149 defines the following classes of “filtering half masks”(also called “filtering face pieces”), that is respirators that are entirely or substantially constructed of filtering material:

Class

Filter penetration limit (at 95L/min air flow)

Inward leakage

FFP1

Filters at least 80% of airborne particles

<22%

FFP2

Filters at least 94% of airborne particles

<8%

FFP3

Filters at least 99% of airborne particles

<2%

7.7.3 Oxygen Deficiency (Breathing Apparatus)

Where the level of airborne contaminants is beyond the filtration capability of a respirator, or where there is an oxygen deficiency, then breathing apparatus (BA) must be used.

Where exposure cannot be identified or reasonably estimated, the atmosphere shall be considered Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH). All oxygen- deficient atmospheres (less than 19.5 O2 by volume) shall be considered IDLH. If the employer can demonstrate that, under all foreseeable conditions, oxygen levels in the work area can be maintained within the rages between 19.5% and a lower value that corresponds to an altitude-adjusted oxygen partial pressure equivalent to 16% oxygen at sea level), then any atmosphere supplying respirator may be used.

1) Quality of Air

The need to ensure continued provision of good quality breathing air relies on maintaining BA set compressors in good condition e.g. by regularly changing air filters and maintenance of dryers, backed up by periodical analysis of the breathing air supply. A simple operator's check on the quality of air is to smell the delivered air to detect any offensive odour, and to pass the air gently through a pad of white tissues or filter papers and note any discoloration or wetness.

2) Air-line Masks

These masks, either full face or half-mask (ori-nasal mask) enable the wearer to work for long periods in harmful atmospheres, whilst breathing air is supplied by one of the following systems:

Battery of compressed air bottles.

air is supplied by one of the following systems:  Battery of compressed air bottles. PPE
air is supplied by one of the following systems:  Battery of compressed air bottles. PPE
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Portable air compressors fitted with reservoir air tanks.

Connections to the air-line mask hose made via instantaneous bayonet spring couplings. These couplings must be kept in good condition and not used for any purpose other that supplying air to breathing apparatus. A belt should be worn to clip the air-line to this to prevent stress on the face piece.

Where no compressed air bottle supply is available, portable air compressors which have reservoir air tank may be used. Every system of air supply employed should incorporate a receiver of sufficient capacity to enable persons to escape from an un-breathable atmosphere in the event of a failure of the prime mover supplying the air. The air must be passed through suitable filters to remove excess moisture and oil mist. To ensure that an adequate supply of air is available and being received by the wearers, a responsible person must be appointed to check the pressure in the air receiver, and to ensure the filters are functioning properly.

Note: Portable air compressors may only be used when sited in an unpolluted atmosphere.

3)

Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)

These sets are provided for emergency use where a portable supply of air is required for a short period of time.

The air for this apparatus is supplied under pressure either from compressed air cylinders carried by wearer, or from trolley sets.

Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) shall be located in the control room and at strategic points within hazardous areas. The apparatus is housed in easily distinguishable boxes, or in wall-mounted containers, painted green.

SCBA shall be inspected and the air pressure checked on a weekly basis, where practicable (inspection, minimum of once a month). Minimum acceptable pressures are specified, depending on the type of equipment being used. The checks shall be recorded and faults reported to the HSE Department. These checks are in addition to specified maintenance schedules.

After use, a breathing apparatus set shall be serviced and fitted with a fully- charged cylinder before being re-sited. The servicing shall include the cleaning and decontamination of the face piece.

All persons required to use breathing apparatus must receive initial training and refresher training at intervals not exceeding 6 months. The training shall be recorded.

and refresher training at intervals not exceeding 6 months. The training shall be recorded. PPE MANAGEMENT
and refresher training at intervals not exceeding 6 months. The training shall be recorded. PPE MANAGEMENT
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7.8

Fall Protection

Use equipment to reduce personal injury when crew may be exposed to:

 

A fall of 2 meters.

Work over the side.

Work on a vent stack.

Work in enclosed areas of oxygen deficiency/contamination.

 

The equipment is to consist of:

 

Full body harness.

Shock absorbing lanyards or approved equipment.

 

Connecting hook.

 

The label should indicate the year and standard of manufacture.

7.8.1

Full Body Harness

Waist belts (body belts) and chest harnesses shall not be used as fall protection device in any DECN project.

Fall-arrest equipment requires a Full Body Harness. Such a harness incorporates buttock straps designed to absorb the forces on a falling person. Use a harness in conjunction with shock-absorbing (deceleration) equipment.

7.8.2

Types of Shock-Absorbing Equipment

A

lanyard from the harness incorporating a shock-absorbing or break-out device

must be attached to a secure anchorage point. The maximum length of the lanyard

is

1.8 meters including any connecting hooks.

Shock-absorbing equipment of the dynamic type (e.g. inertia reel) must be directly attached to the body harness, the other end being secured to a suitable anchor point.

7.8.3

Connecting Hook

The connecting hook or shackle used in conjunction with the fall-arrest equipment requires to be of an auto-locking or double action type.

Rope grab : A deceleration device which travels on a lifeline and automatically frictionally engages the lifeline and locks so as to arrest the fall of an employee. A rope grab usually employs the principle of inertial locking, cam/lever locking, or both.

7.8.4

Emergency Life Line

principle of inertial locking, cam/lever locking, or both. 7.8.4 Emergency Life Line PPE MANAGEMENT Page 16
principle of inertial locking, cam/lever locking, or both. 7.8.4 Emergency Life Line PPE MANAGEMENT Page 16
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When the a life line is used for confined space work, pre-arranged signals shall be used with the member outside the hazardous area (refer to Table below)

 

SIGNAL ON LINE

GIVEN BY WEARER

GIVEN BY ATTENDANT

1

pull

I am all right.

Are you all right.

2

pulls

Pay out more line.

I

am paying out more line.

2

pulls, pause, 2 pulls

Stop lowering or paying out.

am stopping, lowering or paying out.

I

3

pulls

Heave in slack line or haul up.

am heaving in slack line or hauling up.

I

Repeated sharp pulls

Danger help me out.

Danger come out at once.

Table - Prearranged Safety Signals

7.

SELECTION OF PPE

Before selecting an item of PPE, an assessment should be undertaken which should be carried out along the following lines:

Identification of the risk with respect to a job or particular circumstances.

Characteristics and standards of the proposed PPE.

Comparison between (a) and (b) to establish the suitability of the equipment for the risks involved and for the personal characteristics of the use.

8.1.

Compatibility

Ensure that where a combination of PPE is to be worn, the items are compatible and do not interfere with the effective use of the other items of PPE.

8.2.

Primary Assessment

In many cases, the assessment will be simple and obvious, and an initial assessment of equipment suitable for a particular risk, or group risks, will be sufficient.

8.3.

Secondary Assessment

In more complex cases, however, an assessment shall be performed by an individual with a thorough knowledge of the risks involved in a particular task. The results of the assessment will require to be recorded, and information made

task. The results of the assessment will require to be recorded, and information made PPE MANAGEMENT
task. The results of the assessment will require to be recorded, and information made PPE MANAGEMENT
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readily available to others who may be involved in the selection of appropriate protective equipment to match particular jobs.

8.

STANDARDS / MAINTENANCE & STORAGE OF PPE

9.1

Minimum Standards

Protective clothing shall be issued which is suitable for an individual site. As a minimum when on a production, process, construction or drilling worksite, personnel would normally be required to wear safety helmet, coveralls and safety boots.

Personnel, who work inside e.g. in galleys or kitchens, cleaning accommodation, in workshops or maintaining office equipment etc., must also be provided with suitable PPE. Local rules will state the areas in which this equipment is required to be worn. Shorts and other similar sportswear should not be worn at operational sites.

The minimum standards set by the Client for protective clothing or equipment shall apply, as appropriate, to all persons on site, including visitors and contractor's personnel. PPE shall comply with relevant standards.

9.2

Maintenance of PPE

PPE must be maintained in an efficient state. The level of inspection or maintenance with respect to PPE will be determined by the type of equipment used and the conditions in which it is used.

With simple equipment, an inspection by the user immediately before use may suffice, and maintenance may be in the form of cleaning or laundering, with the item being replaced when worn out.

Protective clothing and equipment should be used properly, and any defects in the equipment shall be reported to the supervisor. Do not wear clothing or equipment that is contaminated (e.g. oil, grease or other substances), return it for cleaning or replacement.

Where appropriate, a record of inspection and maintenance will be necessary, and manufacturer's maintenance schedules should be followed.

9.3

Storage of PPE

PPE must be stored correctly. DECN shall make appropriate arrangements for the storage of PPE:

must be stored correctly. DECN shall make appropriate arrangements for the storage of PPE: PPE MANAGEMENT
must be stored correctly. DECN shall make appropriate arrangements for the storage of PPE: PPE MANAGEMENT
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The storage shall be adequate to protect the equipment from damage or contamination.

Items of PPE shall be adequate to protect the equipment from damage or contamination.

9. TRAINING IN THE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF PPE

Those involved in the use of PPE shall be given suitable instruction and training in the use of particular equipment as follows:

'Everyday' equipment which is simple to use will require only basic instructions.

Personnel involvement in the use, maintenance, repairs or testing of more complex equipment will require formal training, and such training may be both theoretical and practical. In such cases, refresher training may be required, as an appropriate, and records of training details should be kept.

10. ATTACHMENTS

1)

Attachment 1: PPE Providing Protection from Direct Physical Hazards

2)

Attachment 2: Equipment Providing Protection Against Dependent Hazards

3)

Attachment 3: Examples of PPE For Specific Job or Task

4)

Attachment 4: PPE Inspection Checklist

5)

Attachment 5 PPE Request Form

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Attachment 1

PPE Providing Protection from Direct Physical Hazards

No.

Nature of Threat

Body part to be protected

PPE Required

Specifications

1

Falling Objects

Head

Helmets

Constructed from the high-density polyethylene shell; with adjustable cradle, head band and chin straps.

Feet

Safety shoes / Boots

Capable of protection against hazards ranging from dermatitis to crush injuries.

2

Flying Objects

Eyes

Spectacles, Safety glasses, Goggles, Face shields

Capable of protection against impact from large particles, Heat, Radiation, Chemicals.

3

Abrasions / Cuts

Hands

Gloves

Leather type or Cut resistant

4.

Hot Surfaces

Hands

Gloves

Aluminum / glass fiber mixture, Wool.

5

Cold Surfaces

Hands

Gloves

Cryogenic PVC, Leather

6

Fire

Body, Total

Gloves, Helmet, Fire Apron suits, Close proximity suits

High-density fabrics. Fire treated or proof.

7

Mosquitoes

Body, Exposed skin

Mosquito repellents with DEET

Skin friendly but insect repellent

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Exposed skin Mosquito repellents with DEET Skin friendly but insect repellent EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page 20 of
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Attachment 2

 

Equipment Providing Protection Against Dependent Hazards

 

No.

 

Nature of Threat

 

Route to be protected

PPE Required

Specifications

 

Toxic, corrosive or irritant gas,

 

Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) Full face types only.

 

1

vapor, mist, dust or fumes

Airways / Eyes

 

Toxic,

corrosive

or

irritant

 

Visor/Face shield Chemical goggles, Chemical resistant gloves.

 

2

liquid.

Eyes / Skin

Chlorinate Polyethylene (CPE)

3

Noise

Ears

Ear plugs, muffs

 
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Attachment 3

Examples of PPE for Specific Job Or Task

TASK OR JOB DESCRIPTION

Safety glasses / spectacles

Goggles, chemical

Goggles (mask)

Face shield

Safety Helmet

Safety shoes/boots (leather)

Safety boots (impervious)

Gloves leather

Gloves impervious

Ear plugs-muffs

Overall/coveralls, cotton

Overall/coveralls (impervious)

Respiratory (list type)

Apron

SCBA

Rope grab

Safety harness

Welding

and

     

 

                 

Gas cutting

W

W

L

Grinding

/

                                 

Stone cutting

Batteries,

acid

                                 

filling

I

Chipping

   

 

 

   

D

       

Chemical

                                 

Handling

C

Scaffolding

     

 

   

         

Disconnecting

                                 

contaminated

lines

C

Confined space

                                 

work

(Non-gas

free)

Bolt Tightening

     

 

 

             

Handling Dusts

     

     

A

   

D

       

Working off Vertical ladders over 6m long

     

     

A

         

 

D = Dust

 

L

= Leather

 

I = Impervious

 

C = Chemical

A = As appropriate

 

W = Welding

I = Impervious   C = Chemical A = As appropriate   W = Welding EXECUTIVE
I = Impervious   C = Chemical A = As appropriate   W = Welding EXECUTIVE
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Attachment 4

PPE INSPECTION CHECKLIST

 

Do you regularly monitor the work environment for contaminants?

Are you aware of how the hazard can be controlled or prevented?

Are you aware of the limitations of respirators?

Respirators

If a respirator is the only solution, is it the proper respirator for the hazards?

Was the fit tested?

Are employees educated in its use and maintenance?

Safety Shoes and Boots

Does the footwear offer protection against the specific occupational exposure, such as temperature variations, slippery surfaces, punctures and chemical exposure?

 

Are gloves the correct size?

Are gloves of the appropriate length to prevent exposure?

Gloves

Do gloves offer protection against the specific occupational exposure, such as punctures, chemical exposures and temperature extremes?

Do gloves restrict hand movement?

Are they too slippery, too bulky, etc?

 

Do the glasses/goggles offer protection against the specific exposure?

Safety Goggles and Glasses

Do they distort vision?

Do they limit peripheral (side) vision?

 

Are there gaps between side shields and face, which might allow particles to enter?

 

Does the helmet fit properly?

Safety Helmets

Does it offer protection against the specific occupational exposure, such as temperature extremes, falling objects, electrical hazards etc?

Are liners, chin straps and sweatbands used to keep it in place?

 

Are the earmuffs adjustable?

Are they comfortable to wear?

Ear Muffs and Ear Plugs

Do they create pressure to chin, head or behind the ears?

Do ear muffs /earplugs provide adequate reduction of noise?

 

Is clothing provided of the right size?

Protective Clothing

Is it made out of a material that protects from the specific hazards?

Protective Clothing ▪ Is it made out of a material that protects from the specific hazards?
Protective Clothing ▪ Is it made out of a material that protects from the specific hazards?
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Attachment 5 PPE Request Form

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