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  • Sikkerhetsforums rskonferanse 3. juni 2010

    Med verden og landanleggene som lrearena

  • Bensintank ble tatt ut for vedlikehold - Slagen 1981

  • R&S:3 sites with multiple instances

    Singapore (3 fall, OPE, electrical-related) Torrance (3 electrical-related, fall, OPE) Sakai (2 fall, fall)

    Nagoya (03) and Singapore (07) had multiple-fatality incident

    Mandatory global practices address historical high-consequence incidents

    Working At Heights Tank CleaningOpening Process EquipmentEnergy Isolation and Electrical Safety-Related Work PracticesInert EntryConfined SpaceAsbestos Management (OHGP)

    Downstream Fatal Incident Distribution 2000 - 2009

    R&S26

    L&S4

    FM38

    R&S Fatal Incidents By Activity

    TankCleaning

    6

    Electrical-Related

    3

    Fall From Height

    6

    Other3

    Opening Process

    Equipment5

    OI Asbestos-Related

    3

  • MIT Major Incident Team

    2004

    Hazops og Transient Hazops

    2007/8

    HLVIHigh Learning Value Incidents

    >10 r

    Sikkerhetsbulletiner>10 r

    Ptil-rapporter & eksterne hendelser

    BP TEXAS2005 GMTGlobal Manufacturing

    Training2008

    Raffineriets ramme-betingelser og ledelses-Systemer (1994)

    Tool Boxer>10r

    Agenda

    Bestnets10 r

  • OPERATING SYSTEMS GLOBAL MANUFACTURING OI PRACTICES (GMOPs)

    2.1 Risk Management- delayed coker risks

    BBS/ LPS -- SWPs Tier III BPsOH Global PracticesGlobal Manufacturing Training

    6.1 Alarm Management6.3 Critical Equipment6.4 Mechanical Integrity

    (GRS, IMSA, etc)

    7.1 Management of change

    9.1 Incident Investigation and Analysis

    11.Assessment & Improvement

    GMOPs , OHGPs, SWPs, LPS, GMT for consistent definition & execution of System Requirements

    Tier Is, GPs and DPs for consistent mitigation of high risks

    1. ManagementLeadership,

    Commitment,& Accountability

    Tier I BPs

    Tank Cleaning Working at Heights

    Opening Process EquipmentConfined Space Entry

    Inert Entry Energy Isolation

    Safe Electrical WorkCrane & Lifting Operations

    Portable Building SitingShort Service Workers

    Global Common Basic PPE

    CT Microbiological ControlAnalyzer Shelters SafetySP Steam Turbine SafetyGP steam Turbine Safety

    HE Tube PluggingTest Intervals of SCD

    OIMS 11 ELEMENTS64 EXPECTATIONS- 21 SYSTEMS

    200 REQUIREMENTS

    2. Risk Assessment and Management

    3. Facilities Design and Construction

    4. Information/Documentation5. Personnel and Training

    5.1 Personnel Safety5.2 Occupational Health5.3 Personnel5.4 Training

    6. Operations and Maintenance6.1 Opns & Maint. Procedures6.2 Work Permits6.3 Critical Equipment 6.4 Mechanical Integrity6.5 Environmental Protection6.6 Regulatory Compliance6.7 Operations Interface Mgt

    7. Management of Change8. Third Party Services9. Incident Investigation & Analysis10. Community Awareness &

    Emergency Preparedness10.1 Emergency Preparedness10.2 Community Awareness

    API RP 751 HF Alky Safe Ops

    EMRE DPs & GPs

    Safe Operating Index

    While each component mitigates personnel safety risks, highlighted blue items provide direct focus on personnel safety

  • Over the next several weeks Safety Bulletins will be distributed for each of these

    incidents that describe the incident in more detail and provide incident learnings.

    2010 status hittil i r:

    Sikkerhetsforums rskonferanse 3. juni 2010Slide Number 2Slide Number 3Slide Number 4Slide Number 5Slide Number 6