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2 FFC Safety Culture & CommitmentSafety IndicatorsJob Safety AnalysisSteps for JSABenefits of JSAJSA-A successful experience in FFC OUTLINE

3 Safety is our top priority Safety is main consideration for plant operation / maintenance Our safety goal is human and equipment safety FFC is certified for Quality management system ISO 9001:2008 Occupational health & Safety Assessment Series OHSAS 18001:2007 Environment Management System ISO 14001:2004 We have million man-hours without LTI SAFETY CULTURE

4 FFC SAFETY COMMITMENT Considering the link between organizational failures and mistakes, ‘SAFETY as a goal’ is mandatory Individual’s Mistake Organizational Lapses Accident Causes

5 SAFETY INDICATORS Measurements of past incidents, successes and failures Prediction of future performance and commitment to achieve safe execution of the job As Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is also a pro-active approach, it therefore falls in the category of leading indicators

6 JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA) OSHA Standard 3071 pertains to Job Safety Analysis. “It is a technique that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur. It focuses on the relationship among the worker, task, tools and work environment” OSHA Standard 3071 pertains to Job Safety Analysis. “It is a technique that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur. It focuses on the relationship among the worker, task, tools and work environment”

7 JSA should be conducted by a group of experienced personnel from all concerned disciplines JSA team should not conduct the analysis in isolation; all concerned employees to be involved in the process JSA should be conducted in the same environment in which the job is planned for execution JSA team should come up with practical control measures and avoid mentioning vague instructions JSA will be useful only when all the defined control measures are implemented in letter and spirit JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA)

8 EMPLOYEES INVOLVEMENT TELL ME AND I WILL FORGET SHOW ME AND I WILL REMEMBER INVOLVE ME AND I WILL UNDERSTAND

9 1- Select a job BASIC STEPS FOR JSA

10 1- SELECTION OF JOB JSAs are not feasible For routine jobs For jobs defined too broadly, for example, ‘overhauling of urea plant centrifugal pumps’; For jobs defined too narrowly, for example, ‘dismounting of anti friction bearings from the shaft.’

11 1- SELECTION OF JOB Factors to be considered in setting a priority for analysis of jobs include: –Accident frequency and severity –Newly established jobs –Infrequently performed jobs

12 2- Break the job into sequence of steps 1- Select a job BASIC STEPS FOR JSA

13 2- SEQUENCE OF STEPS A ‘job step’ is defined as a segment of the operations necessary to advance the work. All critical steps should be written down The sequence of steps must be maintained The breakdown of steps should be discussed among all the participants (always including the worker) when completed.

14 2- Break the job into sequence of steps 1- Select a job 3- Identify potential hazards & associated risk level BASIC STEPS FOR JSA

15 3- HAZARDS & RISK LEVELS any source of potential damage or adverse health effects on something or someone under certain conditions at work. is the chance or probability that a person or property will be harmed to a certain level, if exposed to a hazard. HAZARD RISK

16 HAZARDS CLASSIFICATION HAZARDS Biological Bacteria, viruses, insects, animals Chemical Toxic properties of the chemical. Ergonomics improper set up of workstation Electrical Electric shock, electric fire Noise Hearing loss, inability to communicate Excavation Soil collapse in trench / pit

17 HAZARDS To help identify potential hazards, the team members should follow a questioning attitude and may use questions such as: Can any body part gets caught in or between objects Is the temperature of working area is comfortable Does any particular tool or machine pose any hazard Can the worker slip, trip, or fall in the working area And so on To help identify potential hazards, the team members should follow a questioning attitude and may use questions such as: Can any body part gets caught in or between objects Is the temperature of working area is comfortable Does any particular tool or machine pose any hazard Can the worker slip, trip, or fall in the working area And so on

18 RISK LEVELS R isk reduction measures should be implemented or activity to be suspended / restricted. Considerable resources to be allotted N o additional controls are required unless they can be implemented at very low cost (in terms of money, time and effort A dditional controls are taken considering the cost, the risk level to be lowered to an acceptable level HIGH MEDIUM LOW

19 HAZARDS EXPOSURE TENDENCY TO FOLLOW SHORT CUTS TENDENCY TO LOSE CONCENTARTION HIGH RISK LEVEL HIGH RISK LEVEL RISK LEVELS JOB NATURE HUMAN NATURE

20 2- Break the job into sequence of steps 1- Select a job 3- Identify potential hazards & associated risk level 4- Determine control measures to mitigate hazards BASIC STEPS FOR JSA

21 4-CONTROL MEASURES

22 Wiping off the spilled oil from the floor Using a brass hammer instead of conventional steel hammer on the natural gas line. Elimination / substitution Incorporating ventilation systems to control fumes Installing an acoustic hood on the blower for abating the sound Engineering Controls Altering schedules to day time when the hazard is less likely to occur Strict compliance of work permit procedures Administrative Controls Using engineering or administrative controls, if a hazard cannot be reduced to an acceptable risk level, appropriate PPEs should be used Personal protective equipment (PPE)

23 Provides a written step wise procedure, which improves communication between workers and supervisors. Provides minor details / guidance in the management of the hazards and risks that are embedded in the job. Unveils the latent hazards of the job, this can be best achieved if experienced personal of all discipline taken on board. JSA can be a valuable tool for the training of new inductees JSA can be used to help refine safe work procedures described in safety manuals or standard operating procedures. BENEFITS OF THE JSA

24 THE FIRST JSA WAS CARRIED OUT IN YEAR 2007 ROUTINE FOR MAJOR JOBS/ INFREQUENT JOBS ZERO SAFETY INCIDENT IN ALL CRITICAL / INFREQUENT JOBS JSA- A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE SAFETY EXCELLENCE

25 DepartmentSection/ Unit Area Equipment Production-IIAmmonia-II43C-4321 JobC-4321, Replacement of damaged portion (6 th, 7 th & 8 th shell course) Required personal Protective Helmet, Safety Glasses, Harness, Ammonia Escape Mask, Leather bags, Required Machines / Tools Crane, Trailer, Grinders, Spanners, Hammer, welding tools, Chain blocks, Shackles, Slings, Tacking Cleats Conducted by: abc / xyz JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS H igh M edium L ow Risk Level JSA- A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE

26 Sequence of Basic Job Steps Possible HazardsRisk LevelCorrective Measure Pre – Turnaround Activities Pre turnaround scaffolding - Falling hazard - Falling Object - Ammonia release Medium  Use Safety harness.  Use Tie strip on spanners against falling  Use bags for transferring Joints  Take ammonia mask while going for any job at height Removal of permanent plate forms & Monkey Ladder(s) - Falling Object - Falling of platform during rigging - Ammonia release Medium  Use Lan yard with spanners to avoid falling  Halt rigging if wind velocity exceeds 25 km/hr Hazard Level: JSA- A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE

27 Hazard Level: Turnaround (Field) Activities Rigging of upper portion of C Falling of column during rigging Medium 1)Follow the rigging plan 2)Inspect all rigging hardware Tacking/weldin g of Upper portion with lower portion 1)Confined space entry. 2)Electric shock while using electric grinder. 3)Disc/metal particles fly off. 4)Fire hazards Medium 1)Follow confined space entry procedure. 2)Use ELCB with electric board 3)Make enclosure for capturing grinding/welding spatters 4)Remove flammable material before start of hot job. 5)Use healthy welding equipment & associated hardware JSA- A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE

28 Pre arrangementsSafe rigging JSA- A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE

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