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number APDS-RA-011 Rev B


Assessment of Risk in Relation to Filtration
Issue no: 00 APDS-VIETNAM LIMITED
Operation
Date : Jan- 2013
Description: Method Statement/ Installation Procedure No: Location of working Area
Assessment of Risk in relation to Filtration Operation Filtration Operation Procedure Offshore Rig – Main deck and Onshore Filtration
Special Equipment Required Personnel Protective Equipment Required
Filtration Unit Safety Hard Hats, Glasses, Boots, Gloves, Coveralls as identified by specific Risk Assessment
Persons Affected:
Filtration Crew

P = Probability S = Severity IR = Risk RP = Residual Probability RS = Residual Severity RR = Residual Risk (Add rows as required on next sheet, or expand row as required)

Task/step being
Ref Hazard Description Hazard Effect P S IR Control Measure RP RS RR
taken
Pre- Operation/  Manual Handling-Lifting/  Failure of Lifting Slings  Familiarization on site (working area) signs and barriers of the area
Prior running the transferring, Setting and & Accessories has the prior to operations commencement.
Filtration system replacing of consumables. potential to cause a  Ensure usage of correct PPE used especially gloves and safety glasses
 Slipping and tripping on range of personal  Proper handling and stepping techniques.
restricted access/work injuries.  Good communication between personnel involved.
area.  Sprains, strains,  Pay attention during the activity if accompanied with other
 Pinch Points. Trapped dislocated limbs, cuts, personnel.
hands and fingers. bruises, broken bones,  Ensure usage of proper tool for the specific job. Do not improvise.
 Chemicals ( DE Powder) fatalities  Be aware of potential pinch points and impact points whilst using
 Asthma, skin irritation, hand tools
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1 Etc. 2 2 4  Ensure good posture/position when performing an activity on 1 3 3


confined space to eliminate dislocated bones
 All chemicals marked and clearly identified.
 Material Safety Data Sheets available.
 Use appropriate PPE in handling & mixing the DE powder such as
Basic PPE requirement, Mask, Scrub suite coverall & rubber gloves.
 Proper waste disposal of consumables.

Appropriate Training, Supervision and Signage will be applied


to ensure that all implemented control measures are known
to all concerned parties and adhered to.

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Ref. number APDS-RA-011 Rev B
Assessment of Risk in Relation to Filtration
Issue no: 00 APDS-VIETNAM LIMITED
Operation
Date : Jan- 2013
Task/step being
Ref Hazard Description Hazard Effect P S IR Control Measure RP RS RR
taken
 Ensure pre use inspection of Hoses prior usage.
During Filtration  Hose bursting  Unawareness to the
potential hazard may  Use whip checks and Cotter pins.
Operation  Malfunction of
cause a range of  Remove potential element that will hit the hose.
Filtration unit due to
personal injuries  Ensure proper connection of the hoses to filtration unit prior
exceeding work rating
 Sprains, strains, operation.
 Leaking pipes / dislocated limbs, cuts,  Slow down operation capacity. Check equipment condition. Stop
connections. bruises and broken
2 operation if needed.
 Crane Lifting operation bones.
 Ensure repetitive checking on working pressure of the system.
 Slip , Trip and Fall  Clean the area.
 Potential drop objects  Awareness on the working area.
from ongoing lifting  Do not leave the equipment unattended during operation.
operations on the
Main Deck.
 Familiarization on site (working area) signs and barriers of the area
Post operation &  Manual Handling-Lifting/  Unawareness may
transferring, Setting and cause a range of prior to operations commencement.
Maintenance of
replacing of consumables. personal injuries -  Ensure usage of correct PPE used especially gloves and safety glasses
Filtration unit
 Slipping and tripping on  Sprains, strains,  Proper handling and stepping techniques.
restricted access/work dislocated limbs, cuts,  Good communication between personnel involved.
area. bruises and broken  Pay attention during the activity if accompanied with other
 Pinch Points. Trapped bones personnel.
hands and fingers.  Ensure usage of proper tool for the specific job. Do not improvise.
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 Use of Hand Tools.  Be aware of potential pinch points and impact points whilst using
3 hand tools
 Ensure good posture/position when performing an activity on
confined space to eliminate dislocated bones.

Appropriate Training, Supervision and Signage will be


applied to ensure that all implemented control measures are
known to all concerned parties and adhered to.

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Ref. number APDS-RA-011 Rev B
Assessment of Risk in Relation to Filtration
Issue no: 00 APDS-VIETNAM LIMITED
Operation
Date : Jan- 2013
Task/step being
Ref Hazard Description Hazard Effect P S IR Control Measure RP RS RR
taken
 Wet & Slippery Surface  Slip , Trip and fall  Always secure air hoses and water hoses with Whip checks and cotter
Housekeeping of
Area and  Awareness of Crane  Injury / fatality to a pins.
Equipment Lifting operation potential falling
 Awareness in the working area for potential falling objects.
 Air and water Pressure objects.
 Injury  Always clear the work area when there is a lifting operation.
4  Manual Lifting
 Secure proper positioning and handling techniques.

“ALWAYS KEEP THE WORK AREA CLEAN”

Assessment Team: Approved by

Larry Adlawan / Paul Anthony Ganzon Colin Peart


Engineering APDS- Managing Director
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Ref. number APDS-RA-011 Rev B
Assessment of Risk in Relation to Filtration
Issue no: 00 APDS-VIETNAM LIMITED
Operation
Date : Jan- 2013

ASSESSMENT OF RISK MATRIX

Very unlikely Unlikely Possible Likely Very likely Certain


A freak, A rare combination Could happen when Not certain to happen Almost inevitable that Incident would
unforeseeable of factors would be additional factors are but an additional factor an incident would result definitely occur
combination of required for an present but otherwise may result in an incident or has happened more
factors would be incident to result unlikely to occur or has or has happened at the than once per year at
Safety Health Environment required for an or has been heard happened in our location or more than the location
incident to result and of in industry organization or more once per year in our
has never been heard than once per year in organization
of in industry the industry
0 1 2 3 4 5
Lung disease, Moderate or severe pollution
cancer, with long-term impact.
Multiple fatalities 5 0 5 10 15 20 25
permanent Breach of legal or contractual
disability, etc. requirements.
Poisoning, Severe pollution with short-
Permanent Total
sensitization, term localized impact.
Disablement or single 4 0 4 8 12 16 20
infectious Potential breach of legal
fatality
disease, etc. contractual requirements.
Major injury leading to
a lost time incident Dermatitis, acne, Moderate pollution with
3 0 3 6 9 12 15
(includes all RIDDOR asthma, etc. short-term localized impact.
reportable injuries).
Minor injury requiring
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first aid or medical Minor illness,


Minor Short-term
treatment away from Longer-term
environmental damage with 2 0 2 4 6 8 10
worksite (i.e. hospital) headache,
reversible impact.
return to work on same Nausea, etc.
shift.
Slight Injury may involve
Slight illness, No
minor first aid Slight local, Short-term
absence from 1 0 1 2 3 4 5
treatment, No absence environmental damage.
work.
from work.
No injury or health
No health effect No effect 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
effect

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