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                            CLASSIFICATION OF PETROLEUM HAZARDS
1.1CLASSIFICATION OF CRUDE OIL & ITS DERIVATIVES2
CHAPTER - 1
Chapt-2.pdf
	CHAPTER - 2
		PRESSURE TESTING OF EQUIPMENT, SYSTEMS  & PIPELINES
CHAPT-3.pdf
	FIRE PREVENTION & LOSS CONTROL
CHAPT-4.pdf
	CHAPTER - 4
		Accident Investigation Questionnaires:
			
				Check
			Detail
				Observation
			WHO
			WHEN
			WHY
			WHERE
				
CHAPT-5.pdf
	OPERATIONAL SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR EXPORT & MARINE FACILITIES
CHAPT-6.pdf
	CHAPTER - 6
CHAPT-8.pdf
	DOCUMENTARY CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS WORK
		ATTACHMENTS
	CHAPTER - 8
		
			
				
				ATTACHMENTS
CHAPT-12.pdf
	CHAPTER  - 12
CHAPT-13.pdf
	CHAPTER - 13
CHAPT-14.pdf
	GENERAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURE  ....................
		
			
				
			Team Leader Mobile Plant Maint:
				Team Leader Central Workshops:
CHAPT-17.pdf
	LIFTING EQUIPMENT
	CHAPTER - 17
Chapter-20.pdf
	SECURITY & INSTALLATION ACCESS CONTROL
CHAPTER-21.pdf
	OIL WELL DRILLING, WORKOVER, EXPLORATION & WELL SURVELLANCE
	A.Wireline Operations  ...................................................  10
		OIL WELL DRILLING, WORKOVER, EXPLORATION & WIRELINE ACTIVITIES
	21.1INTRODUCTION:
	21.2GENERAL INFORMATIONS:
	21.3DRILLING & WELL SERVICING OPERATIONS & HIGH-DENSITY AREAS:
	21.4HYDROGEN SULFIDE GAS (H2S)
	21.5SITE SAFETY AT OR NEAR DRILLING LOCATIONS:
	21.6FIRE PREVENTION & PROTECTION:
	21.7AIR & GAS DRILLING:
		
			
				
				(I)Slickline Jobs:
				(II) Electricline Jobs:
CHAPTER-22.pdf
	CHAPTER-22
	VEHICLES & TRAFFIC SAFETY
	22.12SAFETY TIPS ON DEFENSIVE DRIVING:
		
			22.13VEHICLE INSPECTION CHECK LIST:
APPENDIX.pdf
	APPENDIX - 1
	APPX02.pdf
		APPENDIX - 2
		STANDARD EXPOSURE LIMITS
	APPENDIX -3.pdf
		APPENDIX – 3
			DRILLING & WORKOVER
	APDX04.pdf
		Table - 1
		Safety Colours & Contrasting Colours
		Red*
			
				
			Yellow
				
				Blue
		COLOR IDENTIFICATION FOR CONTENTS OF INDUSTRIAL GAS CONTAINERS / CYLINDERS
			
				
	APDX05.pdf
		FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
	APDX06.pdf
		VESSEL / TANK / CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURE
	APDX08.pdf
		A.Hot Work Permit
			
				E.Vehicle / Mobile Plant Entry Permit
	Form - Appen 8.pdf
		Sheet1
		Cold Permit.pdf
			Sheet1
		Radiography Permit.pdf
			Sheet1
		VESSEL ENTRY.pdf
			Sheet1
		VEHICLE  ENTRY.pdf
			Sheet1
		Electrical Certificate.pdf
			Sheet1
		Incident Report Form 1.pdf
			Page 1 of 3
		Incident Report Form 2.pdf
			Page 2 of 3
		Incident Report Form 3.pdf
			Page 3 of 3
		Hazard Observation Card 1.pdf
			1st Page
		Hazard Observation Card 2.pdf
			2nd Page
		Safety Checklist for Office or Non - Industrial Work 1.pdf
			1st Page
		Safety Checklist for Office or Non - Industrial Work  2.pdf
			2nd Page
	APDX10.pdf
		ELECTRICAL WORK SAFETY
			Name:  _____________________________ Designation & Employee No. __________________
				Team / Group: __________________ Signature: _____________ Date & Time______________
			Name:  _____________________________ Designation & KOC No. _____________________
			Name:  _____________________________ Designation & KOC No.  __________________
			Team / Group: __________________ Signature: ___________ Date & Time: _______________
			Team / Group: __________________ Signature: _____________ Date & Time: ______________
	APDX12.pdf
		HEAD OFFICE:      P.O. Box 9758, Ahmadi - 61008; Kuwait
			
				
				1. Manager   Tel: 00965-3261558, Fax: 3262265e-mail: [email protected]
				2. Harbour Master: Tel: 00965-3262859, Fax: 3261329, e-mail: [email protected]
			BERTHING DOCUMENTS
			MINA AL-AHMADI
				
		CONDITIONS OF USE OF KUWAIT OIL COMPANY (K.S.C.) TERMINAL FACILITIES
			
				
				Terms and Conditions
			
			GENERAL TOWAGE CERTIFICATE
		Date and timeMaster:
			
				
		Date and timeMaster:
		SPM Pilot:
		AGREEMENT ON SMOKING PLACES AND GALLEY FIRES
			
				SAFETY CONDITIONS
				STOP LOADING CERTIFICATE
	05 MP 810-KOCVessel - App12.pdf
		koc
	APDX13.pdf
		NOISE CONTROL
			
				TABLE – 1
			Sound Intensity
	APDX14.pdf
		HYDROGEN SULPHIDE
			Effect
				Possible monitoring points are: -
	APDX15.pdf
		SAFE GUARDING OF MACHINE
	APDX17.pdf
		EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS - RECORD REGISTER
			
			KUWAIT OIL COMPANY
				TO:TEAM LEADER - SAFETY
Table of Contents.pdf
	S.No
	CHAPTER
	Page No.
		Classification of Petroleum Hazards
		4
			
				Pressure Testing of Equipment, Systems & Pipelines
				8
			Operational Safety for Export & Marine Facilities
			33
			S.NO
				
				Characteristics of Crude Oil Tank Fire
				274
	Electrical Work Safety
	298
                        
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Kuwait Oil Company
(K.S.C.)

Fire & Safety
Regulations

Table of Contents


F&S Regulations


June 2004
Page 1



S.No CHAPTER Page No.
1 Classification of Petroleum Hazards 4

2 Pressure Testing of Equipment, Systems & Pipelines 8

3 Fire Prevention & Loss Control 15

4 Industrial Accident, Protective Equipment, Medical, Health & Hygiene 21

5 Operational Safety for Export & Marine Facilities 33

6 Operational Areas 54

7 Handling, Storage of Materials, Hazardous Chemicals, Explosives & Radio Active Substances
68

8 Documentary Control of Hazardous Work & Work Permits 97

9 Compressed Air Equipment, Breathing Apparatus, Grit Blasting & High Pressure Water Jetting
120

10 Boilers, Pumps and Electrical Safety 129

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KOC F&S
Regulations

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION -
SCAFFOLDING, PAINTING,

ASBESTOS




Where it is necessary to erect a scaffold that does not start from the ground, a
cantilever scaffold can be used. The construction of cantilever scaffolding
consists of two scaffold tubes supported between the floors & ceiling by means of
a base plate at the top and a screw jack base plate on the floor.



The scaffold tubes (called Puncheon tubes) are securely adjusted to from a rigid
support for the cantilever. It is important to fix sole plates at the top & bottom of
the puncheon tubes for uniform distribution of load over floor and ceiling.
Additional ledgers are laid under cantilevers to provide supports to the working
platform. Moreover further additional support can be provided by using raker
tubes. An independent scaffold should have a safety fitting, which can be
fastened below any critical fitting.



F. Swinging Scaffolds:


For swinging scaffolds the decking & handrails must be supported by metal
hangers regardless of the type of platform. Such scaffold should be equipped with
guardrail of height not less than 915mm or more than 1145mm from the platform.
The guardrail should be a dressed timber not less than 50mm x 75mm in cross
section. It should be supported in a loop formed in the hanger and securely
fastened preventing any displacement. The toe boards should be not less than
140mm in height, which is securely fastened to the outer edge of the hanger.



The ropes supporting swinging scaffolds should be made of finest grade manila
fibre, not less than 20mm in diameter. It should be properly rigged into a set of
standard 150mm blocks, consisting of at least one double and one single block.
Swinging scaffolds should be properly hung from secured supports equipped
with hooks of sufficient strength to provide a safety factor of at least 4:1.
Swinging scaffold hooks should be tied off with at least 25mm diameter manila
rope secured to a stable roof mounted structure.



Where steel cables are used, it should be less than 15mm in diameter alongwith a
hoisting mechanism provided at the end of the scaffold platform. There must be
at least three turns of wire rope left on the cable drums during hoisting or
lowering.



It is not permissible to allow more than two persons at a time on a swinging
scaffold. Each person working on a swinging scaffold should wear safety belt and
lifeline extending from roof to the ground. The safety belt should be tied to the
lifeline with a triple sliding hitch or with a mechanical rope grab.



When load testing the scaffold for its intended maximum weight, the decking
should be more than 450mm from the ground.




G. Rolling Scaffolds:



All caster brakes should be locked when the scaffold is in its working position.
The height of the working platform should be never be more than 3 times the

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KOC F&S
Regulations

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION -
SCAFFOLDING, PAINTING,

ASBESTOS




smallest base dimension. The guardrails must be provided for such scaffolds and
moreover leg-adjusting screws should not be in a fully extended.



The workers are not allowed to ride a rolling scaffold when it is being moved. It
is to be ensured prior to using such scaffold that it is completely upright, level
and caster on a firm base.



H. Ladders:


The ladders must have adequate strength, and capability to bear the load intended
to support safely. The ladder with missing or defective rungs must not be used.
The wooden stiles, sides and wooden rungs should have running grained along its
length. The rungs shall be properly fixed to stiles or sides and should not be
painted or treated to cover the timber defects. The rungs should have
reinforcement ties in case the tenon joints are not secured by wedges.



The ladder, which is not standing on a firm base, must be secured properly by
uniform suspension at each stile or side to prevent undue swinging. Similarly the
ladder, which is standing on a firm base, must be properly supported on each stile
or side and also duly secured at the upper point of rest. If such fixing is
impractical, a person must be stationed at the foot of the ladder to prevent
slipping. The ladder shall have a non-skid type shoes to prevent slipping.


The recommended angle to set a ladder is 14° from the perpendicular.
Consequently the distance between the foot of the ladder to the point immediately
below the upper support should be equal to one quarter of the height. The ladder
must rise to a height of at least 1050mm above the landing place or above the
highest approachable rung, except in case of adequate handholding support at the
landing location.


The spacing at each rung should be sufficient to provide adequate foothold. A

landing place of adequate size should be provided if practicable every 9.0 meters,
(30 feet) of vertical distance or more often. The landing place (from which
persons are liable to fall from a height of more than 2 meters) should be provided
with hand rails of height between 915mm to 1143mm alongwith toe boards to a
height of at least 200 mm. The space between guardrails and toe board should not
be more than 762 mm.



1. Ladder Scaffolds:


The ladder scaffolds should be used for only light work and materials
permitting safe use. These ladders should have adequate strength and
stability to prevent collapse & slipping.



2. Gangways & Runs:


The gangways being used for passage of materials should be wide enough
for the purpose. However the gangways must be at least 430 mm wide if
it is to be used for the passage of persons through it.



F&S Regulations
Chapter 13

June 2004
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