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Slide Number 1 PDO FATALITIES IN 2000 DateFatalitiesInc.PDO Department Contractor Type 23- Aug1RoadMarmul AssetMarmul Contracting 03-Aug2Road Gas Al-Kharousy.

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1 Slide Number 1 PDO FATALITIES IN 2000 DateFatalitiesInc.PDO Department Contractor Type 23- Aug1RoadMarmul AssetMarmul Contracting 03-Aug2Road Gas Al-Kharousy Est. (Dodsal) 22-Jul1 RoadWell Engineering Damac (Sea&Land) 21-Jun1 Indus.Electrical InfrastructureAl Hassan (BHEL) 10-Jun1 RoadExploration Veritas Geophysical 08-Jun1 Indus.Bahja/Rima Asset Al Hassan 05-Jun1 RoadWell Services PDO 27-May1 RoadTech. Services Tuboscope Vetco

2 Slide Number 2 1 YR LTIF/TRCF ROLLING AVERAGE,

3 Slide Number 3 PDO & Contractors LTI Free Milestones, 2000

4 Slide Number 4 Incident Details Date:Saturday 27 May, 2000 Time:Approximately 15.15hrs Location:106km north of Bahja (midway between Bahja and Qarn Alam) Incident Type : Road transport Severity:Third party fatality (C4P) Contractor:Tuboscope Vetco (Deutschland) GmbH (TVD) Contract: C MFL Inspection of Flowlines Deceased:Tariq Mahmoud Mohammed Saddiq -39 years old (Pakistani) Road Traffic Fatality Pedestrian hit by vehicle

5 Slide Number 5 Road Traffic Fatality 27th May Pedestrian hit by vehicle

6 Slide Number 6 Findings Primary cause of the incident was the pedestrian’s apparent lack of attention to traffic on the road Deceased arrived in Oman from Pakistan 3 weeks before the incident and was probably disoriented with the direction of traffic flow in Oman Deceased and companion appear to have been solely focussed on hitching a ride back to Haima Driver was in good physical and mental condition before commencing the journey Some flaws revealed in the administration of contractor Journey Management Plan but these had no direct influence on the incident Road Traffic Fatality 27th May Pedestrian hit by vehicle

7 Slide Number 7 Corrective Action Speed limiter option(on/off) removed from all contractor vehicles Contractor to tighten up on Journey Management procedures Compulsory toolbox briefings by Journey Manager for all drivers prior to commencement of any journey Warning letter issued to driver and Journey Manager Road Traffic Fatality 27th May Pedestrian hit by vehicle

8 Slide Number 8 Incident Details Date:Monday 5 June, 2000 Time:Approximately hrs Location:Between Qarn Alam and Saih Rawl (About 26 km from Qarn Alam Camp) Incident Type: Road traffic accident Severity:4P Single Fatality Potential:C5P Multiple Fatality Dept involved:Well Services Contractor:Offsat - Contract No. C (Al Mutahidha Transport subcontractor to Offsat) Deceased:Khalfan Mubarak Al Omairy (46 years, PDO Omani staff) Road Traffic Fatality Collision pick-up & trailer-truck

9 Slide Number 9 Road Traffic Fatality 5th June Collision pick-up & trailer-truck

10 Slide Number 10 Findings Pick-up driver and passenger were listening to a radio phone-in debate. Their vehicle wandered into oncoming traffic lane Progress of the journey indicates pick-up average speed 80km/hour All three occupants in pick-up were wearing seat belts Passengers failed to alert driver (“buddy” system). One asleep the other distracted driver with discussion on the radio debate Trailer-truck driver had Journey Management plan. Well Services crew called Fahud on leaving Barik-6 well site Truck driver used flashing headlights to alert pick-up, not effective in broad daylight. Horn would have been more appropriate. Road Traffic Fatality 5th June Collision pick-up & trailer-truck

11 Slide Number 11 Corrective Action Introduce competency assessment tests where date of birth is amended Emphasize effectiveness of using vehicle’s horn Increase efforts to minimise kilometres driven Follow Journey Management procedure in Well Services Improve toolbox communication methods to combat language differences Road Traffic Fatality 5th June Collision pick-up & trailer-truck

12 Slide Number 12 Incident Details Date: 8 June, 2000 Time:Approximately hrs Location:Rima Environmental Complex Incident Type: Industrial Severity:4P Single Fatality Potential:C5P Multiple Fatality Dept involved:Bahja/Rima Asset OBM Contractor:Al Hassan Deceased:Leth Bahadur ( age 36, Nepali) Operation:Vacuum truck operator Fatal Industrial Incident 8th June Vacuum truck

13 Slide Number 13 1st failed bolt blockage 2nd failed bolt 3rd failed bolt Pressure release valve Failed weld - should have been one machined piece Poor design, manufacture and welding of bolt and pin ` Operator was standing here just before blast

14 Slide Number 14 Findings - Design of door retaining assembly of ELCO vacuum tanker substandard - Poor functioning of safety relieve valves - No indications of explosion - Inexperience of driver and helper Fatal Industrial Incident 8th June Vacuum truck

15 Slide Number 15 Corrective Action ELCO tankers taken out of service Inspection of all inventorised tankers Implement detailed safety valve testing procedure Inspect routinely suction tanker door bolts/housing Inspect suction tankers for potential blockages Revise procedures for use of vacuum tankers Fatal Industrial Incident 8th June Vacuum truck

16 Slide Number 16 Incident Details Date: Saturday 10 June, 2000 Time: 13:37 hrs. (from In-Vehicle Monitoring System) Location: Blacktop road between Salalah and Thumrait, 15km N of Salalah Severity: 4P Single Fatality Potential: D4P Single Fatality Contractor: Veritas Geophysical (Contract Number C889004) Deceased: Kasab Amur Sulaiyam Al Junaibi, Omani Driver (39 years old) Road Traffic Fatality 10th June Roll-over Fuel Tanker of Seismic Contractor

17 Slide Number 17 Looking downhill in direction of vehicle travel Road Traffic Fatality 10th June Roll-over Fuel Tanker of Seismic Contractor

18 Slide Number 18 Findings Driving too fast for the road conditions Attitude: failure to follow rules and procedures Insufficient hazard identification Heavy Good Vehicle (HGV) course lacks practical assessment Low gear road sign missing Safety belt mounting design fault Performance of in-vehicle monitoring system erroneous Road Traffic Fatality 10th June Roll-over Fuel Tanker of Seismic Contractor

19 Slide Number 19 Corrective Action Include risk assessment of supply routes in scouting trips Define standards for in-vehicle monitoring systems Revise HVG course Introduce driving disciplinary standards within PDO operations Recommend placement “engage low gear” sign to ROP Review seat belt mounting with manufacturer (mounting should be on strong point on cabin floor) Investigate HGV roll bars with Hino Agree consistent standards for tankers across Shell group (centre of gravity) Road Traffic Fatality 10th June Roll-over Fuel Tanker of Seismic Contractor

20 Slide Number 20 Incident Details Date:21 st June, 2000 Time:18:00 hrs Location:Outside perimeter fence of Hubara Power Station (under construction) Severity:4P Pot. Severity:4P(C) & 4A(C) Contractor:Al Hassan (subcontractor to BHEL) Deceased Name:Mohammed Saleem (40 years old, Pakistani grader operator) Operation:Grading Fatal Incident Grader operator killed by his grader driving over him

21 Slide Number 21 Head of body hereFeet here Fatal Incident 21st June 2000 Grader operator killed by his grader driving over him

22 Slide Number 22 Findings Position of body indicated deliberate fall, suggesting suicide. Supported by letter and other evidence Operator is able to exit the grader whilst the vehicle is in motion. (No ‘dead man’s handle’) Point of entry/exit from grader is very exposed. Long time in desert camp with long working hours and limited rest periods Evidence of family problems and disturbed mind Fatal Incident 21st June 2000 Grader operator killed by his grader driving over him

23 Slide Number 23 Corrective Action Revise Company specification for earth moving and construction equipment Review requirement for contractor staff to have a counsellor available Fatal Incident 21st June 2000 Grader operator killed by his grader driving over him

24 Slide Number 24 Incident Details Date:22 st July, 2000 Time:17:00 hrs Location:57 km South of Adam on the Muscat - Salalah Highway Severity:4P Contractor:Sea and Land (Draieh Catering Services (DAMAC)) Deceased Name:Aslam Darvi (age 39, Indian) Operation:Rig Boy Road Traffic Fatality 22nd July 2000 Roll-over

25 Slide Number 25 Roof caved-in due to absence of rollover cage protection in the front Roof in rear unaffected due to rollover protection in the back Road Traffic Fatality 22nd July 2000 Roll-over

26 Slide Number 26 Findings Recruitment of an inexperienced driver Inadequate Journey Management Complacency with regard to managing road safety Inadequate Safety Management Systems (DAMAC) Inadequate sub-contractor management (S&LDC) Inadequate PDO monitoring of sub-contractor Road Traffic Fatality 22nd July 2000 Roll-over

27 Slide Number 27 Corrective Action Subcontractor compliance with PDO road safety specifications Five year experience requirement for all drivers Additional driver assessments for those below the age of 25 Improved information cascade to subcontractors via the PDO external web site Road Traffic Fatality 22nd July 2000 Roll-over

28 Slide Number 28 MAIN SHORTCOMINGS Supervision Following rules Hazard awareness Attitude

29 Slide Number 29 EXISTING INITIATIVES Safety Champions (PDO + Contractor) for key issues Company introduction of STOP PDO/Contractors Safety Conference in 1998 and 1999 Monthly HSE Area Contractor Forums held on site Weekly MD reviews of LTI’s and high potential incidents Structured Communication General Safety work stoppages Intensive HSE Road Shows Launched WHIMS (Work Hazard Identification Management System) to support preparation of Job Safety Plans HSE Audit and Inspection Effort (also Improvement KBA ongoing) Terminate Contractors/stop from tendering for poor HSE performance

30 Slide Number 30 ADDITIONAL ACTION Safety Blitz with focus on contractor HSE management Focus on Road Safety management: - Disciplinary actions - Review driver/vehicle specifications - Improve driver training - Review jouney management - Engagement of sub-contractors Introduction of HazId packages and other tools to identify safety hazards


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