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HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT BRIDGING DOCUMENT ONGC DRILLING SERVICES AGARTALA ASSET & QUIPPO OIL &
HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT BRIDGING DOCUMENT ONGC DRILLING SERVICES AGARTALA ASSET & QUIPPO OIL &

HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT

BRIDGING DOCUMENT

ONGC DRILLING SERVICES AGARTALA ASSET

&

QUIPPO OIL & GAS INFRASTRUCTURE LTD. Rig# 05

Author:

HSE Manager (QOGIL)

…………………………………………………

Reviewed by:

Iqrar Hussain (QOGIL)………………… …….………………………………………. Sr. Vice President Operations

Approved by:

V.K. Gupta (ONGC)…………………………………………………………… ………… GM Head Drilling Services

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 DOCUMENT CONTROL 4 ABBREVIATIONS AND

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 DOCUMENT CONTROL 4 ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

2

DOCUMENT CONTROL

4

ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS

5

1.0

Introduction

9

2.0

Objectives

9

3.0

Purpose

9

4.0

Methodology

10

5.0

Organisation and Responsibilities

10

6.0

Organization Chart Drilling Contractor, M/s Quippo

10

7.0

Responsibilities

11

7.1.1

GM Head Drilling Services

11

7.1.2

DGM Drilling with Company Man/Drilling Supervisor

11

7.1.3

HSE Manager

11

7.1.4

Senior Executive Logistics & Materials

12

7.1.5

Drilling Superintendent - Quippo

12

7.1.6

Tool Pusher Quippo

12

7.1.7

Rig Medic, Drilling Unit Quippo

13

7.1.8

Overall Responsibility

13

8.0

Statutory Requirements

14

9.0

HSE Management

14

10.0

HSE Policy

15

11.0

Competency

15

12.0

Daily Crew List (DCL)

15

13.0

Design & Construction Standards & Certification of Equipment

16

14.0

Preventive Maintenance Procedures (PMS)

17

15.0

Management of Change

17

16.0

Electrical

18

17.0

Flammable & Hazardous Material Handling

18

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 18 .0 Hazard Management 18 19 .0 Communications 19 19 .1.1 Routine

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 18 .0 Hazard Management 18 19 .0 Communications 19 19 .1.1 Routine

18.0

Hazard Management

18

19.0

Communications

19

19.1.1 Routine Communications

19

19.1.2 Communication with Regulatory Authorities

20

19.1.3 Emergency Communications

20

20.0

Permit to Work (PTW) System

20

21.0

Safety Observation Programme

20

22.0

Health & Hygiene

21

23.0

Health Management & Medical Facilities

21

24.0

Environment Management

21

25.0

Protection against Noise

22

26.0

Weapons, Alcohol & Drugs

22

27.0

Mobile Phones & Cameras

22

28.0

Classification of Hazardous Areas

22

29.0

Incident Reporting

23

30.0

Well-Control Incidents

23

31.0

Place of Accident Not to be Disturbed

23

32.0

Safety Harness

24

33.0

Training

24

34.0

Journey Management

25

35.0

Material Handling & Storage

25

36.0

Hospitals for Medical Evacuation

25

37.0

Emergency Response

26

38.0

Auditing, Reviewing and Monitoring

27

Annexure 1:

ONGC HSE Policy Annexure 2:

M/s Quippo HSE Policy

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Document Control It is the responsibility of the Sr. Vice President Operations-QOGIL

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Document Control It is the responsibility of the Sr. Vice President Operations-QOGIL to

Document Control

It is the responsibility of the Sr. Vice President Operations-QOGIL to control and update the contents of this document. Any enquiries regarding the contents or interpretation of this document should be addressed to him.

In general the bridging document will be reviewed / revised under the following circumstances:

Subsequent to any major incident / emergency & investigation

recommendations.

Any statutory amendments or recommendations by any statutory authority

A change in Contractual Agreements

Changes in the Management Systems of ONGC or Quippo (Drilling Contractor).

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Abbreviations and Definitions Abbreviations BOP Blow Out Preventer CL Contact List DGMS

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Abbreviations and Definitions Abbreviations BOP Blow Out Preventer CL Contact List DGMS Directorate

Abbreviations and Definitions

Abbreviations

BOP Blow Out Preventer CL Contact List DGMS Directorate General of Mines Safety, Dhanbad, India ELCB Earth Leak Circuit Breaker EMT Emergency Management Team EMT-LEADER Emergency Management Team Leader ERP Emergency Response Plan ESD Emergency Shut Down FERC Field Emergency Response Centre (Site) FERT Field Emergency Response Team HAZID Hazard Identification HSD High Speed Diesel HSE Health, Safety, Security and Environment HSE-MS HSE Management System IADC International Association of Drilling Contractors IWCF International Well-Control Forum JSA Job Safety Analysis KVA Kilo Volt Amperes LMV Light Motor Vehicle LTI Lost Time Incident (see definitions) LWDC Lost Work Day Case (see definitions) Medevac Medical Evacuation MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet MTC Medical Treatment Case (see definitions) OH&S Occupational Health and Safety OMR Oil Mines Regulations OSR Oil Spill Response PESO Petroleum & Explosives Safety Organization, Nagpur, India

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT POLREP Pollution Report POB Personnel on Board PPE Personal Protective Equipment PUC

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT POLREP Pollution Report POB Personnel on Board PPE Personal Protective Equipment PUC Pollution

POLREP Pollution Report POB Personnel on Board PPE Personal Protective Equipment PUC Pollution Under Control RWC Restricted Work Case (see definitions) SAR Search and Rescue SOP Standard Operating Procedure

Definitions

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Petroleum Class B: Petroleum having a f lash point equal to or

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Petroleum Class B: Petroleum having a f lash point equal to or above

Petroleum Class B:

Petroleum having a flash point equal to or above 23◦C but below 65◦C (for example, HSD). This definition is in accordance with the Govt. of India’s Petroleum Act. Forward Controller:

“Forward Controller” is a Field Emergency Response role that is responsible for activating & mobilizing the available resources to mitigate an emergency condition. In the JERP he reports to the “Incident Controller”. Tool Pusher assumes this role during Drilling Unit emergencies (see JERP for more details on the responsibilities of the role). Frequency Rate:

Number of injuries/incidents per million man-hours worked (No of injuries x 1,000,000 / Total Man-hours worked) Incident Controller:

“Incident Controller” is a Field Emergency Response role that has the ultimate authority and responsibility to control all emergencies in the field. Drilling Supervisor assumes this role and will be in liaison with the GM Head Drilling Services and/or the EMT-Leader during emergencies (see JERP for more details on the responsibilities of the role). LTI: Lost Time Incident: A fatality or a lost work day case (LWDC). Number of LTIs is the sum of fatalities and LWDCs. LWDC: Any work related injury (other than fatal case) which results in a person unfit for work on “ANY DAY” after the day of the occupational injury/sickness. “ANY DAY” includes rest day, public holiday, weekend off, leave and days after cessation of employment. MTC: Medical Treatment Case: Medical cases that are not severe enough to be reported as fatalities, lost work day cases or restricted work day cases i.e. work related injuries or illness requiring medical treatment (more than first-aid) from a professional physician or qualified medical person and where there is no days lost from any day after the incident (or would not be any days lost time from the day after the incident if this is a non-working day). In general, medical treatments are

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT any medical attention that is more serious than just a one-time treatment

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT any medical attention that is more serious than just a one-time treatment by

any medical attention that is more serious than just a one-time treatment by

first-aid. As a guide a “yes” answer to any of the following questions would be a medical treatment case (for an occupational injury/illness):

Treatment of infection?

Antiseptic during second or subsequent visits to medical personnel?

Treatment for second or third degree burns?

Application of sutures (stitches)?

Application of butterfly adhesive dressing?

Removal of foreign body embedded in the eye?

Complicated removal of foreign bodies from a wound?

Use of prescription medications?

Cutting away of dead skin (surgical debridement)?

Application of heat therapy during second or subsequent visits?

Positive X-ray diagnosis (fractures, broken bones etc)?

Admission to a hospital for treatment (more than observation)?

RWC: Restricted Work Case: Any work related injury other than fatality or lost workday case which results in a person being unfit for full performance of the regular job on any day after the occupational injury. Work performed might be:

An assignment to temporary job.

Part time work at the regular job.

Continuation full-time in the regular job but not performing all the usual duties of the job.

Where no meaningful restricted work is being performed, the incident is recorded as a lost work day case (LWDC).

1.0 INTRODUCTION

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT ONGC has entered into a contract with M/s Quippo Oil & Gas

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT ONGC has entered into a contract with M/s Quippo Oil & Gas Infrastructure

ONGC has entered into a contract with M/s Quippo Oil & Gas Infrastructure Limited (Contractor) for drilling exploratory wells in their Tripura, Agartala Asset. To meet this purpose Quippo will supply & operate their Drilling Unit Rig # 05 as per the specifications & technical requirements as approved by ONGC under the contract. ONGC is committed to implement the HSE statutes/regulations that are mandatory for the activity and implement its HSE-MS / Procedures in order to achieve its goals and vision. ONGC expects all its contractors and other interested parties connected with the work to implement the best industry practices and keep safety of personnel on top of the work agenda with equal importance to the protection of the environment.

2.0 OBJECTIVES

The overall objective of the bridging document is to ensure effective management of risks to the health and safety of people, the environment, assets and the reputation of all parties involved in the drilling program and to keep the risks to

an acceptably low level by agreeing to implement a common HSE-MS by the Company and the Contractor.

3.0 PURPOSE

In order to meet the objective of achieving incident and injury-free work campaign, it is essential that both the Company and the Contractor understands each other’s HSE-MS and Procedures and develop a common document of agreement which bridges the gaps and defines the interface which helps in the smooth and effective implementation of HSE requirements. This document stands as a guiding document for other Service Contractors and sub-contractors having interface with the drilling program in implementing their HSE requirements.

4.0 METHODOLOGY

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT The following steps were followed in developing the bridg ing document: •

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT The following steps were followed in developing the bridg ing document: • Understand

The following steps were followed in developing the bridging document:

Understand & accept Quippo’s HSE-MS and Procedures for the drilling

program.

Identify the HSE risks involved in the activity and specify the hazard management. Conduct pre-spud meeting & record the discussions and agreements.

5.0 ORGANISATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Quippo HSE-MS Policy and Procedures take precedence throughout the drilling programme and they are responsible for effective implementation of HSE-

MS & ONGC Emergency Response Procedure. Where there may be differences in Quippo and ONGC procedures, the HSE Bridging Document addresses those issues and should be used as the reference document. ONGC, as a Principle Employer, has overall accountability for the drilling programme & oversees HSE-MS implementation. ONGC conducts periodic audits to check the effectiveness of the HSE-MS and record corrective actions for implementation by Quippo.

6.0 ORGANIZATION CHART DRILLING CONTRACTOR, M/S QUIPPO

6.0 ORGANIZATION CHART – DRILLING CONTRACTOR, M/S QUIPPO 7.0 RESPONSIBILITIES HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT (REVISION 00)

7.0 RESPONSIBILITIES

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 7.1.1 GM-HEAD OF DRILLING SERVICES (HEAD DS) The primary responsible person for

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 7.1.1 GM-HEAD OF DRILLING SERVICES (HEAD DS) The primary responsible person for ensuring

7.1.1 GM-HEAD OF DRILLING SERVICES (HEAD DS)

The primary responsible person for ensuring that the drilling operations are carried out in compliance with the statutory requirements and in compliance with the Company’s HSE Policy & Procedures. He is the custodian of this bridging document.

7.1.2 DGM DRILLING WITH COMPANY MAN (DRILLING SUPERVISOR)

The primary responsible person for all the drilling activitieswell planning, equipment planning, service contractor programs. He is designated by the HEAD DS to ensure that the drilling operations are carried out in compliance with the statutory requirements and to the Company’s HSE Policy & Procedures. He is a part of the EMT and the first point-of-contact in case of any Drilling Unit emergencies. He is responsible for execution of the drilling programme as per plan. Instructs the Drilling Unit on all operational activities and takes the phone calls from the Drilling Unit. He is responsible for execution of the drilling programme whilst ensuring drilling operations are conducted in safe, environment friendly manner. Responsible to oversee the effective implementation of HSE- MS by Quippo and other service contractors. In a well emergency, the well and all equipment in the well, remain under the command of DGM Drilling. Approves medical evacuation based on medical assessment and recommendation by Drilling Unit Doctor. Coordinate with referral hospitals during medical

evacuation to ensure the casualty is admitted to referral hospital.

7.1.3 HSE MANAGER

Providing advisory support to the Head DS/DGM Drilling for the drilling operations on all matters concerning HSE. Will take part in the HSE inspections/audits conducted on the Drilling Unit & participate in HSE meetings.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Will liaise with statutory authorities and follow up on periodic HSE reports

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Will liaise with statutory authorities and follow up on periodic HSE reports a

Will liaise with statutory authorities and follow up on periodic HSE reports and necessary documentation required by them. Responsible for HSE support role in EMT. Coordinate with referral hospital during medical evacuation to ensure the casualty is admitted within time for medical treatment.

7.1.4 SENIOR EXECUTIVE LOGISTICS & MATERIALS

Responsible for the logistic support to Project Co-coordinator/ Drilling Supervisor, conducting route survey and recommend precautions for Drilling Unit move, ensure the lifting equipment & tackle tested / inspected periodically and color coded. Provide logistic support to in case of Drilling Unit emergencies such as personnel evacuation or resource mobilization.

7.1.5 DRILLING SUPERINTENDENT - QUIPPO

The Drilling Superintendent is responsible for the overall management of the drilling unit and for compliance with the agreed drilling program and statutory requirements. The Drilling Superintendent maintains contact with the DGM Drilling and Company Man to discuss operational matters. He is responsible for ensuring Quippo HSE Policy, Procedures and Standards are complied with during the drilling operations.

7.1.6 TOOL PUSHER QUIPPO

The Tool Pusher has overall responsibility for safety at the Drilling Unit. The Tool

Pusher has undisputed discretion on all matters relating to the safe operation of the Drilling Unit. He will ensure that the requirements of the Quippo HSE-MS are met, that Quippo personnel, equipment, procedures comply with HSE policy and procedures. Responsible for the direction and supervision of the drill crew, for analyzing and overseeing all Drilling Unit operations and for regular Drilling Unit inspections.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Tool Pusher is accountable on all HSE matters to the Drilling Supervisor.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Tool Pusher is accountable on all HSE matters to the Drilling Supervisor. Responsible

Tool Pusher is accountable on all HSE matters to the Drilling Supervisor. Responsible to lead the ERT as Forward Controller.

7.1.7 RIG MEDIC, DRILLING UNIT - QUIPPO

Upkeep the medical facility on the Drilling Unit. Initial assessment of the casualty and recommend medical evacuation to Drilling Supervisor. Liaison with referral hospital Doctors on the condition of the casualty.

7.1.8 OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY

ONGC and Quippo have jointly reviewed the HSE plan during the pre-spud meeting conducted at Assam Asset and agreed on:

Quippo HSE-MS, HSE Policy and procedures are acceptable for ONGC for implementation. This document specifies HSE requirements wherever require clarity for implementation. All identified potential hazards will either be eliminated or managed in accordance with the hazard management suggested. All ONGC, Quippo and Service Contractors personnel are encouraged to stop operations in the event that they consider operations to be unsafe or have the potential to become unsafe. Drilling Superintendent, Tool Pusher and Service Contractors are responsible for the effective implementation of agreed policies and objectives and are accountable to ONGC on HSE reporting. The responsibilities and obligations of all personnel whilst on-site are explained

during the various briefings and inductions prior to commencing any work. HSE issues shall be discussed in the daily operations (morning) meetings as a priority item. This helps to promote safety culture throughout.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 8.0 STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS The Contractor, service contractors and others in the Drilling

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 8.0 STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS The Contractor, service contractors and others in the Drilling Unit

8.0 STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS

The Contractor, service contractors and others in the Drilling Unit location on

work shall comply with the rules/regulations stipulated in the following statutes

and the latest amendments thereof. ONGC, Quippo and the other Service

Contractors shall maintain all the documents such as licenses, approvals, forms,

etc. at the Drilling Unit site and shall be in a position to display, whenever asked,

for verification by ONGC or any Regulatory Authorities.

Statutes:

The Mines Act, 1952

The Mines Rules, 1955

Oil Mines Regulations, 1984

Petroleum Act, 1934

Petroleum Rules, 2002

Central Electricity Authority (Measures relating to Safety and Electric Supply)

Regulations, 2010

The Explosives Rules, 2008

Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989

The Environment Protection Act, 1986

Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 2010

TSPCB & MOEF conditions of consents and clearances

Batteries Rules 2001

9.0 HSE MANAGEMENT

ONGC (Company) has entered into a contract with Quippo (Contractor) for drilling

exploratory wells in their Tripura Asset. To meet this purpose Quippo will supply

& operate their Drilling Unit Rig# 05 as per the specifications & technical

requirements as approved by ONGC.

ONGC is committed to implement the HSE Statutes/Regulations that are

mandatory for the activity and implement its HSE-MS / procedures in order to

achieve its goals and vision. ONGC expects all its contractors and other

interested parties connected with the work to implement best industry practices

and keep safety of personnel on top of the work agenda with equal importance to

the protection of the environment.

10.0 HSE POLICY HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT It is agreed to display Quippo and ONGC HSE

10.0 HSE POLICY

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

10.0 HSE POLICY HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT It is agreed to display Quippo and ONGC HSE Policy

It is agreed to display Quippo and ONGC HSE Policy at the work location in English and translated version to Hindi and Bangla languages. ONGC HSE Policy will be displayed in the offices along with Quippo HSE Policy as provided by ONGC. All visitors will be briefed on the Policy highlights to explain the commitment of Quippo on HSE implementation.

11.0 COMPETENCY

Quippo shall appoint competent crew for the work. Tool Pusher / Tour Pusher & Drillers shall have the (IWCF) well-control competency certificates. The Quippo Paramedic shall be qualified and registered as per the norms of contract. The Medical Response Team shall be trained in advanced first-aid and the Fire- fighting Team shall be trained in firefighting techniques. HSE Officer shall have a valid qualification and experience in Health Safety and Environment. Quippo shall produce copies to ONGC prior to start of work and shall maintain the records in the field. Competency of the rotating drilling crew will be monitored by the Drilling Contractor and notified to the DGM Drilling.

12.0 DAILY CREW LIST (DCL) The Tool Pusher will be responsible for maintaining Drilling Unit site personnel breakdown by name, role and company on the daily IADC report and Daily Crew list. This is to be sent to its ONGC by Tool Pusher periodically. Head count on the Drilling Unit site/camp site shall be monitored through a T- Card System. Security at the gate shall maintain and report updates to Drilling Unit

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 13.0 DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS & CERTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT ONGC will get

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 13.0 DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS & CERTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT ONGC will get the

13.0 DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS & CERTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT ONGC will get the Drilling Unit equipment and construction certified by a third party inspector. Quippo has agreed to implement the observations/ recommendations of the report. The critical items will be rectified by Quippo before Drilling Unit acceptance. All lifting equipment (cranes, forklifts, etc.) and tackles (wire ropes, slings, D- shackles, etc.) shall be inspected by the designated competent person and certificates shall be maintained at the site. Such inspections shall be carried out periodically and color coding system shall be implemented. All such tests/ inspections shall be registered and records shall be maintained at Drilling Unit site. This shall be implemented prior to spud. All well-control equipment, including BOP, will be tested with water prior to spud to the required test pressure. Adequate number of gas testers shall be maintained at the Drill-site to monitor the concentrations of LEL, oxygen, CO and H2S. Gas testers shall be approved to DGMS standards. Testers shall be calibrated once in 6 months or as per the DGMS guidelines. Drilling Unit will maintain the copy of Calibration Certificates. All gratings, platforms, ladders, cages, derrick, etc. shall be of sound construction and adequate strength and shall be maintained in safe working order. Every part of the Emergency Escape Device (man-riding winch from derrick floor) shall be inspected by a competent person at least every day. Records of such inspections shall be maintained (As per Oil Mines Regulations). Fire-fighting equipment shall be installed suitably with easy accessibility for use and shall be inspected at by a competent person as per OISD requirements. Fire-water System comprising of water storage tank/pit connected to fire water pumps (electrical & diesel-driven) with fire-water hoses shall be available in good working condition. Weekly performance checks shall be conducted to ensure its availability during emergencies.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT BOP shall be tested and inspected as per OISD- RP -174 and

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT BOP shall be tested and inspected as per OISD- RP -174 and comply

BOP shall be tested and inspected as per OISD-RP-174 and comply with Regulation-44 of Oil Mines Regulations. Only certified well services equipment will be used. Appropriate, valid certifying documentation must be provided for verification. If the documentation does not arrive with the equipment, the equipment will not be put in to service until such time verification can be made and approved in writing by the Drilling Supervisor and the Tool Pusher.

14.0 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (PMS)

The maintenance of all drilling equipment shall be carried out in accordance with

Contractor’s PMS. Service Contractors are responsible for the preventative maintenance of their own equipment, according to their own preventative maintenance standards. Drilling Supervisor / Tool Pusher will ensure that such maintenance has been performed so that the equipment is fit for intended purpose and fully operational.

15.0 MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE

Any significant deviation from the drilling programme must have approval of the DGM Drilling. A copy of the change in the programme will be issued to the Quippo Drilling Superintendent. Day-to-day operational activity and subsequent changes to work programmes will be reviewed at the Drilling Unit site by the Drilling Supervisor and the Tool Pusher. The process will include proper hazard identification, risk assessment and method statements and control measures identified to reduce the potential for harm. Every day drilling instructions will be given by the ONGC Drilling Supervisor to the Quippo Tool-pusher. Changes in the personnel roster at the Drilling Unit will be notified as part of the normal reporting procedures from the Drilling Unit.

16.0 ELECTRICAL

Adequate illumination levels shall be maintained all over the Drilling Unit work

locations.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Electrical apparatus shall be of a type approved by DGMS. The system

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Electrical apparatus shall be of a type approved by DGMS. The system shall

Electrical apparatus shall be of a type approved by DGMS. The system shall comply with the Central Electricity Authority Rules 2010. All electrical equipment shall comply with zone classification requirements. Earth pits and earthing of equipment shall be provided and maintained. All equipment, machinery, flammable storage, electrical fittings shall be earthed for dissipation of static charges. Temporary extension boxes shall be provided with ELCB.

17.0 FLAMMABLE & HAZARDOUS MATERIAL HANDLING

All chemicals shall be stored at a designated location in segregation & posted with hazardous material labeling. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) of the chemicals shall be displayed at the location with a copy maintained at the Drilling Unit Clinic and HSE Office. All personnel shall be trained on the chemical handling and first-aid procedures. While Storing Diesel at site guidelines under petroleum rules 2002 from PESO shall be followed. Approved tankers (approved by PESO) shall be used to handle flammable material. Flammable material stored in barrels shall be labeled and kept in a designated place away from the open flames or spark generation. Equipment using radioactive source shall be stored in approved pits as per Atomic Energy Rules and controlled by a competent person. All necessary precautions shall be taken when such equipment is in use. Warning signs shall be posted to denote any hazardous situation and use of PPE requirement.

All safety signs, in line with the contract, will be displayed on location.

18.0 HAZARD MANAGEMENT

Any activity carried out on the Drilling Unit site, which can affect the safety of the personnel or operations of Drilling Unit, shall be subjected to a systematic HAZID

or JSA and controlled through approved job safety procedures between the parties concerned.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 19.0 COMMUNICATIONS The communication between ONGC, Quippo and the Service Contractors is

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 19.0 COMMUNICATIONS The communication between ONGC, Quippo and the Service Contractors is a

19.0 COMMUNICATIONS The communication between ONGC, Quippo and the Service Contractors is a key to operations and emergency response. The main areas of communication among the parties are:

Routine communications Communication with Regulatory Authorities Emergency communication

19.1.1 ROUTINE COMMUNICATIONS A variety of communication tools will be utilized on a routine basis to establish

and

maintain effective lines of communication between the Drilling Unit

management team and office management team and between personnel on the Drilling Unit itself.

Daily Planning Meetings

Site Safety Induction (new arrivals/ visitors)

Daily Progress Reports

Weekly Safety Meetings

JSA’s before beginning non-routine tasks like; casing running, logging, etc.

Tool-box Meeting

Inspection Reports

Audit Reports

Incident Reports

Emergency Response Drill Report

Safety Information via Alerts, Bulletins and Monthly HSE Statistics

Daily instructions from the ONGC Installation Manager

There will be a Daily Operations (Morning) Meeting at site attended by Tool Pusher & Service Contractors wherein HSE concerns, if any, will be discussed and provides directions/resources to correct them. Communication between the Drilling Supervisor and the Drilling Manager and others, as appropriate, will take place to ensure all persons involved in the programme are aware of the current situation and actual or potential problems.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 19.1.2 COMMUNICATION WITH REGULATORY AUTHORITIES Any communications required to be made with

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 19.1.2 COMMUNICATION WITH REGULATORY AUTHORITIES Any communications required to be made with any

19.1.2 COMMUNICATION WITH REGULATORY AUTHORITIES

Any communications required to be made with any government agencies or regulatory bodies will be made by authorized representatives of ONGC and Quippo respectively.

19.1.3 EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS

Details of communication flow during field emergencies will be as per the guidelines of ERP.

20.0 PERMIT TO WORK (PTW) SYSTEM

The Hazardous operations on the Drilling Unit will be controlled by the Quippo Permit to Work (PTW) System in conformance to OISD-STD-105 and shall include but not limited to the following:

Hot work

Non-Routine Heavy lifts

Confined space entry

Working with equipment using radioactive source

Working with explosives

Maintenance and isolation of safety critical equipment’s

Electrical isolation

All the Drilling Unit crew and the Service Contractor personnel shall receive Permit to Work System training from the Drilling Unit HSE Officer and records of same shall be maintained at the Drilling Unit. Tool Pusher shall authorize the Work Permits for all works.

21.0 SAFETY OBSERVATION PROGRAMME

All contractors at the well-site shall use “Unsafe act-Unsafe condition” reporting /

Suggestion Programme to improve on the safe behavior of personnel by correcting unsafe acts and conditions, identifying and recording near-miss incidents and reducing the risk of lost-time injuries and environmental incidents.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Drilling Unit HSE Officer shall be the focal point to train all

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT Drilling Unit HSE Officer shall be the focal point to train all personnel

Drilling Unit HSE Officer shall be the focal point to train all personnel on the system and keep track of the observations made by these personnel. Drilling Supervisor and Tool Pusher shall review and initiate actions on the valid observations. This is to be implemented prior to well-spud.

22.0 HEALTH & HYGIENE

Drilling Unit HSE Officer and Drilling Unit Paramedic are responsible for weekly hygiene inspections of the camp, galley, kitchen, food stuff, crew change rooms, wash rooms, etc. Drilling Unit Paramedic shall keep the records of vaccination of the personnel. This individual will initiate the relevant vaccinations during the monsoon seasons to control epidemic diseases.

23.0 HEALTH MANAGEMENT & MEDICAL FACILITIES

Drilling Unit Paramedic shall maintain the medical records of the crew members

which will be useful during emergencies. This will include the vaccination status.

Paramedic with Drilling Unit HSE shall conduct employee health surveillance to identify health risk factors.

Drilling Unit Paramedic shall keep the list of hospital and contact numbers including ONGC alarm center number.

Drilling Unit Paramedic shall read and understand the MSDS and keep the required antidotes in the emergency medicine kit.

24.0 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT

Diesel Generator stack height (H) shall comply with DGMS requirements

Quippo shall develop a Waste Management Plan and implement it.

However, the following Waste Management strategy shall be adhered to as a minimum:

All wastes to be segregated into hazardous and non hazardous. All chemical

bags, barrels, oily waste, oil soaked sand, drill cuttings, etc. are classified as

“hazardous waste”.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT • Food waste is not permitted for burning. It shall be treated

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT • Food waste is not permitted for burning. It shall be treated to

Food waste is not permitted for burning. It shall be treated to convert into

compost or dispose to such external units around site.

As a priority, waste generation shall be minimized. Whatever is generated shall

be either re-used or re-cycled. Disposal is the last option, which shall be carried out as per the standards.

All wastes, like; plastic bottles, chemical packaging and oil and chemical drums shall be disposed off-site to authorize waste contractors.

25.0 PROTECTION AGAINST NOISE

The maximum permissible sound pressure level for diesel generator (DG) sets

shall be complied with and the diesel generator sets should be provided with

integral acoustic enclosure. The noise levels shall be monitored periodically ONGC team as per the environmental standards in India.

Quippo shall provide ear muffs / plugs to the personnel working/entering the work area where the noise levels are high.

26.0 WEAPONS, ALCOHOL & DRUGS

The Drilling Unit and camp sites are to be free of all weapons, alcohol, and drugs.

All personnel working on the Drilling Unit shall comply with policy.

27.0 MOBILE PHONES & CAMERAS

Mobile phones and personal cameras are not allowed to be carried to the

Drilling Unit unless authorized by the Installation Manager.

A log of all mobile phones shall be maintained by the Radio Operator/Security

to ensure switching them off as a radio silence requirements during wire line

logging / perforation operation.

28.0 CLASSIFICATION OF HAZARDOUS AREAS

Hazardous areas shall be classified and equipment used in the areas shall comply with the zone classification requirements as DGMS notification No.1(6)2001-Genl./3604-3753 Dhanbad dated September 12 th 2001.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 29.0 INCIDENT REPORTING • All incidents including first-aid cases, near-misses &

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 29.0 INCIDENT REPORTING • All incidents including first-aid cases, near-misses &

29.0 INCIDENT REPORTING

All incidents including first-aid cases, near-misses & environmental events that occur on the Drilling Unit shall be reported in compliance with the Quippo incident reporting and investigation.

Initial reporting shall be made to Company Man, who in turn will forward the

same to the Head Drilling Services & HSE Manager. Head Drilling Services decides on the thorough investigation of the incident in the event of any potential major incident. All minor incidents shall be investigated locally by the Tool

Pusher, Drilling Unit HSE Officer and the ONGC Installation Manager will submit a report

to the Head Drilling Services within 24 hours of occurrence of the incident in FIR.

Regulatory reporting shall be done by the ONGC Mines Manager.

30.0 WELL-CONTROL INCIDENTS

ONGC well-control procedure will be followed for well-control incidents as per ONGC ERP and well on Location.

At all times there will be a minimum of one Quippo representative on the

Drilling Unit floor who will be competent in well-control, demonstrated by holding

a current IWCF Well-control Certificate.

Standing orders specifying the actions to be taken when a well kick and the

duties of each person employed on the Drilling Unit as may be necessary to prevent a blow-out shall be prepared and prominently displayed. All relevant persons shall be trained.

31.0 PLACE OF ACCIDENT NOT TO BE DISTURBED

Whenever an accident causing loss of life or serious bodily injury to any person, the place of accident shall not be disturbed or altered before the arrival or without consent of the DGMS, unless such disturbance or alteration is necessary to prevent any further accident, to remove bodies of the decease or to rescue any person from danger, or unless discontinuance of work at the place of accident would seriously impede the working of mine. Before disturbing the scene of

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT incident, a sketch or photograph of the accident scene shall be taken

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT incident, a sketch or photograph of the accident scene shall be taken and

incident, a sketch or photograph of the accident scene shall be taken and shall be sent to DGMS office (as per Oil Mines Regulations).

32.0 SAFETY HARNESS

To protect the people working at heights from falls, suitable safety harness shall be provided to them and shall be trained in using the same. Safety harness shall be inspected by Drilling Unit Assistant Driller periodically and the damaged harness shall be kept out of service and disposed to waste yard by cutting the

lanyard. Inertia reels should be installed;

Crown to Drill Floor

Crown to Monkey Board

Two below the substructure for work on BOP

33.0 TRAINING

As a minimum, all personnel on Drilling Unit shall be trained on the following:

MVT

Emergency Response

Basic fire-fighting techniques

Near-miss reporting

House-keeping

PPE

Safety induction to new employees and briefing to visitors

Unsafe Act Observation System

Use of JSAs

Responsible persons shall also be trained in

IWCF

Permit-To-Work

Material handling

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 34.0 JOURNEY MANAGEMENT Quippo Journey Management System will be followed for in

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 34.0 JOURNEY MANAGEMENT Quippo Journey Management System will be followed for in -field

34.0 JOURNEY MANAGEMENT

Quippo Journey Management System will be followed for in-field journeys. Since there no radio room & VHF facilities available, all the communications will be managed through mobiles. As far as possible, night journeys shall be avoided except for crew change. In case of urgent need Drilling Supervisor’s permission shall be taken for night journeys. Drivers shall be trained in driving and vehicle inspection techniques and shall possess valid transport vehicle license. Drivers shall be medically fit and Quippo shall check this aspect before hiring them. Drivers shall be rested for 8 hours minimum at night in a suitable place. Vehicles shall be fitted with seat belts, provided with fire extinguisher and first- aid box. Shall have valid vehicle registration document, PUC and vehicle insurance. Speed limits for LMV are 60 kmph & for all other heavy vehicles it is 50 kmph on highways. Drivers shall follow the road speed limit signage.

35.0 MATERIAL HANDLING & STORAGE

As minimum all personnel on Drilling Unit shall be trained on the following:

All piping shall be stored as per Quippo standard procedures. Materials are stored at the Drilling Unit in accordance with MSDS

specifications.

ONGC logistical support personnel are qualified to ensure goods are transported as per the standards/codes as appropriate.

36.0 HOSPITALS FOR MEDICAL EVACUATION

Quippo will set up a medical facility that is equipped with medicines, material, equipment that is fit to provide basic emergency trauma care to the injured person. The medical facility shall be manned by a qualified and registered medical professional who has experience in emergency medicine.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT An ambulance with required facilities such as oxygen cylinder, defibrillator, stretchers, emergency

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT An ambulance with required facilities such as oxygen cylinder, defibrillator, stretchers, emergency

An ambulance with required facilities such as oxygen cylinder, defibrillator, stretchers, emergency crash kit etc. shall be positioned stand by at the Drilling Unit site round the clock and maintained in good working order. Quippo has agreed the hospital assessment and recommendations of ONGC and use the facilities for medical emergencies. ONGC ERP provides details on referral hospitals. Drilling Supervisor and Tool Pusher will consider the professional assessment of the Drilling Unit Paramedic in deciding the Medevac requirements. Responsibility to provide suitable medical treatment for the injured lies with the respective contractor. ONGC as a principle employer, ensures the same requirement is fulfilled by the contractor(s).

37.0 EMERGENCY RESPONSE Quippo and Service Contractors have agreed to follow ONGC ERP. However, Quippo and Service Contractors will have their internal emergency reporting and response procedures in place. Roles and responsibilities have been defined and Drilling Unit HSE Officer shall train the personnel on the emergency response actions. Tool Pusher has the overall responsibility for all the activities taking place within the Drilling Unit and camp location and for any emergencies /incidents. He assumes the role of Forward Controller. Drilling Supervisor will advise the Tool Pusher on the possible course of actions in line with policies and procedures. The Drilling Supervisor will assume the role of the “Incident Controller” in the ERP and shall handle all communications with Drilling Manager. Medical evacuation from the well site will be initiated by the Drilling Supervisor in consultation with Drilling Unit Paramedic.

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 38.0 AUDITING, REVIEWING AND MONITORING The Drilling Unit shall be operated by

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT

HSE BRIDGING DOCUMENT 38.0 AUDITING, REVIEWING AND MONITORING The Drilling Unit shall be operated by as

38.0 AUDITING, REVIEWING AND MONITORING The Drilling Unit shall be operated by as per Quippo HSE-MS, wherein the audits and follow up shall be done. Monitor the HSE performance of the Drilling Unit at all times. Drilling Supervisor & Drilling Unit HSE Officer shall visit the Drilling Unit periodically to ensure that operations are carried out safely and to comply with the HSE requirements. ONGC Installation Manager and HSE representative will carry out a Safety Audit tour periodically. Points of concern will be discussed at the brief and agreed for implementation. It is the responsibility of the Tool Pusher and Drilling Supervisor to ensure that all corrective actions are implemented and closed out on a timely basis.

Annexure 1:

ONGC HSE Policy

Annexure 2:

Quippo HSE Policy