Presentation on theme: "Safe Job Analysis The objective of this procedure is to prevent accidents by operating a systematic procedure for: Identification of hazards associated."— Presentation transcript:
Safe Job Analysis The objective of this procedure is to prevent accidents by operating a systematic procedure for: Identification of hazards associated with the performance of individual work activities Evaluate the risks Implement appropriate controls to safeguard safety Involving personnel concerned Instructing personnel involved
Safe Job Analysis A SAFE JOB ANALYSIS MUST BE CARRIED OUT FOR EACH ACTIVITY THAT IS COVERED BY A WORK PERMIT Risk Management is a significant element in the effective supervision and management of rig operations
Safe Job Analysis Responsibility -The Rig Supt. Is overall responsible to oversee that the requirements for risk assessments are adequate and effective and for maintaining this procedure. -The OIM is responsible for implementing the requirements of this procedure and for raising Revision Requests when new requirements or inadequacies are identified. -Section Heads and Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that SJA has been carried out and that personnel involved receive clear instructions on risks and preventive measures.
Safe Job Analysis Definitions and Abbreviations SJA – Safe Job Analysis. A systematic analysis of a planned job describing the risks and preventive measures to be taken in order to be able to perform the operation in a safe way.
Safe Job Analysis Procedure A SJA shall be carried out for all activities and processes that have the potential to cause injury to personnel, damage to machinery, systems or structures, or damage to the environment. All activities requiring a PTW must be covered by a SJA.
Safe Job Analysis Procedure The OIM shall review and approve all SJA’s and provide a copy to the Rig Superintendent. A SJA need only be carried out once for a particular activity. However, periodic review must be made to ensure continuing validity.
Safe Job Analysis Procedure All non-routine operations including concurrent operations must be covered by a dedicated SJA. A file of SJA’s must be maintained, which shall be accessible to all Maersk Contractors’ employees involved.
Safe Job Analysis Procedure SJA’s shall be referred to in planning the activities to which they relate, and contents made known to all personnel involved in the activities. This may be implemented by conducting a Toolbox Meeting. A SJA must include a review of any Company Procedures, manufacturer’s operating instructions, local regulations and industry standards applicable to the activity. These are referred to collectively as Terms of Reference.
Safe Job Analysis Procedure If any deficiencies in Company Procedures are identified during the SJA, a Revision Request must be forwarded to the Rig Superintendent. The following routine activities may expose personnel to Hazards, against which preventive measures must be taken to reduce the Risk to a level as low as reasonably practicable – ALARP:
Safe Job Analysis Routine Activities Lifting operations Working at Height Tubular Handling Working with electricity Working with high pressure, including drilled formations Chemical Handling Working with rotating machinery.
SJA – Procedure Hazards typically encountered on Drilling and Work-over Rigs include: Moving objects (trapping, crushing) Dropped Objects Falling from heights High Pressure liquids and gasses High temperature liquids and solids Toxic gasses High voltage electricity Confined spaces (toxic atmosphere) Hazardous substances Rotating and reciprocating machinery Equipment failure Noise
SJA – Procedure Preventive measures include but are not limited to: Personal Protective Equipment Barriers to prevent access Isolation of Hazards, e.g. high pressure, electricity Assurance of equipment condition and capacity Barriers to exceeding equipment and system limits Detection and alarm systems Training in safe working practices Complying with equipment operating instructions. Following specified procedures Effective supervision
SJA – Procedure Factors which increase Risk include but are not limited to: Interfaces with other activities New or inexperienced personnel Changes in standard procedures New or unfamiliar machinery and equipment Adverse weather conditions.
Safe Job Analysis FILING The O.I.M. files original SJA forms in the MODU filing system and forward copies to the Rig Supt. for review. The Rig Supt. File a copy of the SJA form in the Shorebase file. File retention time is 5 years.
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