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HHI Incident Management Link Plan for Jacket Tow and Installation

Offshore Operations Doc. No.: 8334-2100-YH-0007

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CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction.....................................................................................................................1 2.0 HHI Emergency Response Arrangements...................................................................3 3.0 BP Vietnam Emergency Response Strategy...............................................................4 4.0 BP Vietnam Emergency Response Arrangements.....................................................5
4.1 ACTIVATION / MOBILIZATION OF ONSHORE MEDICAL SUPPORT (ISOS) ............................................................................6 4.2 ACTIVATION / MOBILIZATION OF HELICOPTER SUPPORT (SSFC).....................................................................................7 4.3 ACTIVATION OF OIL SPILL RESPONSE ASSISTANCE........................................................................................................8 4.4 ACTIVATION OF HCMC DUTY INCIDENT MANAGER (DIM)..........................................................................................9

5.0 Primacy Regarding HR Issues....................................................................................10 6.0 Primacy Regarding Media Issues...............................................................................10 7.0 Primacy Regarding Technical Issues........................................................................10 8.0 Primacy Regarding Vietnamese Government Notification & Reporting...............10 9.0 Offshore Communications Chart ...............................................................................11 10.0 BP Vietnam Contact Details......................................................................................12 11.0 BP KOREA CONTACT DETAILS...............................................................................12 12.0 HHI Contact Information............................................................................................12 13.0 PRIMARY VUNG TAU NUMBERS..............................................................................14 14.0 Appendix A: BP Vietnam Initial incident Report Form...........................................15 15.0 APPENDIX B: SSFC - RIG & PLATFORM LOCATIONS .........................................16 16.0 APPENDIX C: KEY EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS........................................17 17.0 APPENDIX d: BP SUPPLY BASE RADIO COMMUNICATION ................................18 18.0 APPENDIX e: BP VIETNAM INCIDENT REPORT FORMAT....................................20 19.0 APPENDIX f: BP OFFSHORE PERSONNEL NEXT OF KIN DETAILS...................21 20.0 APPENDIX g; NAM CON SON GAS PROJECT INCIDENT LOG SHEET ..............22 21.0 APPENDIX h: NAM CON SON GAS PROJECT 6 Hourly Status Report Form......24 1.0 INTRODUCTION BP Vietnam requires HHI to ensure that they operate with standards and procedures that are comparable with BP Vietnam's own and that are designed to 1). Protect People

2). 3). 4).

Protect the Environment Protect Property Protect the Business

However it is recognized that unplanned events may still occur and measures must be available to contain emergency incidents, safeguard people, the environment and property, and to return operations to normal as quickly as possible. HHI are legally and morally responsible for the control of their operations carried out on behalf of BP Vietnam and for having Emergency Procedures and resources to contain incidents. A high degree of co-operation between BP Vietnam and HHI both in command structure and procurement of resources are required throughout the duration of the incident life cycle. This document links the BP Vietnam Operational and Support Incident Management Plan with HHI in order to define where responsibility lies and how additional support and resources are to be obtained in an emergency. BP Vietnam Business Unit have an obligation under Vietnamese Oil and Gas Production Regulations, The Safety Management Regulations and Getting HSE Right to identify, so far as is reasonably practicable, all potential hazards and reduce the associated risks to a level that is 'as low as reasonably practicable' (ALARP).

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HHI EMERGENCY RESPONSE ARRANGEMENTS The HHI document HSE Management Plan for Offshore Activities Doc. No. 8381-2100-YQ-6065 presents the overall management process. Specific incident response is detailed in HHI document Emergency Response procedure Doc. No. 8381-2103-YN-6020 for the following emergency incidents: Serious Illness, Injury or Death Fire & Explosion Vessel Collision Structural Failure Oil Spill / Pollution Man-Overboard (Search & Rescue) Toxic Gas Release Serious Crime Radioactive Exposure Diving Emergencies Emergency Assistance to the Others

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BP VIETNAM EMERGENCY RESPONSE STRATEGY

HHI

O FFSH O RE

IN C ID E N T S IT E

Emergenc S IT E IN C ID E N T My N A G E M E N T A Response PLAN Procedure

ONSHORE
A D V IC E A N D E X P E R T IS E
SUPPORT THE S IT E

IN C ID E N T MANAGEMENT T E A M (H C M C )

L O G IS T IC S SUPPLY BASE VUNG TA U

N A T IO N A L A S S O C IA T E PLAN F A C IL IT IE S

M U T U A L A ID
MANAGE B U S IN E S S IM P A C T

B U S IN E S S SUPPORT TEAM (H C M C )

B U S IN E S S SUPPORT PLAN
IN C ID E N T MANAGEMENT CENTRE

MANAGE G R O U P IM P A C T

G R O U P C R IS IS TEAM (L O N D O N )

GROUP C R IS IS P L A N

RESPONDER TEA M S

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BP VIETNAM EMERGENCY RESPONSE ARRANGEMENTS

BUSINESS SUPPORT TEAM

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

OTHER CONNECTED OPERATIONS

(SSFC) HELICOPTER SUPPORT 24 HOURS

CONTRACTOR COMPANY

HCMC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM 24 HOURS

VUNG TAU SUPPLY BASE 24 HOURS

(ISOS) MEDICAL SUPPORT (HCMC) 24 HOURS

ONSHORE

OFFSHORE

OTHER INSTALLATIONS OFFSHORE VESSEL / INSTALLATION BARGE

THIRD PARTY VESSELS / MUTUAL AID

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Activation / Mobilization of Onshore Medical Support (ISOS) Medical support to BP Vietnam operations is supplied by ISOS. 2 key resources have been developed to support potential offshore incidents. 1). 2). ISOS (HCMC) provides a co-ordinating Doctor on a dedicated telephone 24 hours ISOS (VT) Provides a Doctor / Nurse who will if appropriate attend the incident scene on the helicopter, but the VT Clinic is not manned 24 hours.

All initial telephone calls requesting medical support should be made direct to the HCMC ISOS Clinic, stating: This is an emergency, I am xxxx of BP / HHI, telephone number xxxx. I need to speak to the Co-ordinating Doctor The Offshore Medic / First Aider should give a brief description of injuries / symptoms and what medical assistance is required The process for the activation and mobilization is outlined below.

I J RD E S N A E NU E P R O S R T K N OH S IT L AE T OP A O I O C IN ( C C RS S L I H M ) C

I J RD E S N A E NU E P R O S R RP T I T D E AR E A

VN TU UG A D C O / N R EA E OT R U S R SN T T E CN O ET O H SEE N T E E IC P E H H L OT R

HM CC IN ID N M N G M N C ET AAE ET T A 2H US E M4 OR

VN TU UG A SPL BS U PY AE 2 HUS 4 OR

(S S M D A S P O T I O) E I L U P R C ( CC H M) 2 HUS 4 OR C - R I AI G O T R O D TN D C O O N

OS OE NH R

OF H R FS OE

OF H R V S E FS OE ESL

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Activation / Mobilization of Helicopter Support (SSFC) Helicopter support for BP Vietnam Offshore Operations is supplied by SSFC based in Vung Tau. In order to mobilize this support the following actions should be taken: 1). 2). 3). 4). Vessel Master / Radio Operator / BP Rep to call the BP 24 hour manned Supply Base located at Vung Tau, by either telephone or radio. Request for either Helicopter to be put on standby or for mobilization State whether there will be a requirement for stretchers (approximately 25 minutes to make ready) State whether winching facilities will be required (approximately 25 minutes to make ready)

The process for activation / mobilization is outlined below.

IN U E P R O SA E J RD E S N R T A S E R DT H M RNF RE O C C IN E N T N LA P R T R A IO A IR O T

IN U E P R O SA E J RD E S N R T K NT H M H S IT L A E O C C OP A O R P T IA E R E AR T D

H L O T RS P O TIS E IC P E U P R A T A E / M B IZ DT C IV T D O IL E O IN ID N S E C E T IT

VN TU UG A SPL BS UPY AE 2 HUS 4 OR

OSOE NH R

OF H R FS OE

OF H R V S E FS OE ESL

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Activation of Oil Spill Response Assistance The BP Vietnam Supply Base in Vung Tau is a key resource for the activation of oil spill support. The BP contracted Supply Vessels Lady Margaret and Pacific Battler have on board 5 drums x 200 litres of oil spill dispersant, which are to be used for Tier 1 Response (local spills) in deeper waters. In addition BP has in place a contract to mobilize PetroVietnam Drilling & Wells Service Company Vung Tau, which holds specialist oil spill response equipment such as booms and mechanical clean up. In order to activate oil spill response assistance, the following actions should be taken. 1). 2). Initial call giving information regarding the spill to Vung Tau Supply Base, who can organize Tier 1 support and put PetroVietnam Drilling & Wells Service Company on standby. Telephone call to the HCMC Duty Incident Manager, who has authority to mobilize PetroVietnam Drilling & Wells Services Company to the Tier 2 Response. In addition the Duty Incident Manager has access to Environmental Specialists who will give support and advice as required

The process for activation / mobilization of oil spill assistance is outlined below:

A TV T T R S P O T C I A E IE 2 U P R P T O I T A D I LN ER V N M R I G E L & EL S RI E WL S E V S C C MA Y OPN

A TV T TE 1S P O T CI AE I R U P R A Y AGRT L D MR A E AI I BTLR P C C AT E F

HM DT I C ET C C U YN I N D MN GR AAE 2 H US 4 OR

VN TU UG A S PL BS UPY AE 2 H US 4 OR

OS OE NH R

OF H R FS OE

OF H R V S E FS OE ESL

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Activation of HCMC Duty Incident Manager (DIM) A Duty Incident Manager is on call 24 hours per day in order to support potential incidents affecting BP Vietnam Operations. In order to mobilize this support the following actions should be taken. 1). Initial call to the BP Duty Incident Manager (DIM) on the dedicated mobile telephone (+84) 0903 977 977, giving a brief situation report and what actions have been carried out (e.g. Helicopters / ISOS). Provide the Duty Incident Manager with a call back telephone number and name.

2).

Refer to Appendix A: Initial Incident Report Form for information that will be required by the Duty Incident Management team. This information should be updated as and when the situation changes. The process for activation / mobilization is outlined below.

B IN ID N P C ET M N G MN T A T AAE ET EM O C -O D A ET E O R IN T H R Q IR DO S O E E U E NH R RSOS EP NE

D T IN ID N M N G R UY C E T A A E W LA R N EF RT E IL R A G O H IN ID N M N G M N C ET AAE ET TA T B CLE E M O E AL D

D T IN ID N UY C E T M N G MN T A T AAE ET EM O A T N T EH M TED H C C IN ID N M N G M N C ET AA E ET C NR ETE

H M B D T IN ID N C C P UY C E T M N G R( IM AAE D )

OSOE NH R

OF H R FSOE

OF H R V S E FS OE ESL

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PRIMACY REGARDING HR ISSUES HHI will hold primacy / responsibility for managing HR issues for all HHI employees and their families. In addition HHI will hold primacy / responsibility for HR issues affecting HHI direct contracted employees and their families BP Vietnam will hold primacy / responsibility for managing HR issues for all BP employees and their families. In addition BP Vietnam will hold primacy / responsibility for HR issues affecting BP direct contracted employees and their families. Please note that close liaison between the BP HCMC Incident Management Team and the contracting company will take place throughout the incident life cycle. All sub-contracting companies will be required to manage all potential HR issue that affects their personnel.

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PRIMACY REGARDING MEDIA ISSUES Dependant on the size and scale of an incident, BP Vietnam and the contracting company will decide who will take primacy for managing media issues. Once that primacy has been agreed, all press statements will be copied to the respective organization. Close liaison between BP Vietnam and the contracting company will be maintained throughout the incident life cycle.

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PRIMACY REGARDING TECHNICAL ISSUES Any technical issues for which BP Vietnam hold primacy / responsibility should be listed in this section. If there are none listed then the HHI will hold primacy for all technical operational issues in the incident.

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PRIMACY REGARDING VIETNAMESE GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATION & REPORTING HHI will hold responsibility for reporting of offshore incidents to the Vietnamese Governmental departments at the local and national levels. The BP Vung Tau Logistics Base will assist EMC by initial notification to Petro Vietnam Vung Tau who subsequently notify local government departments. Additional reporting will be carried out by BP / HHI dependant on the incident. Reporting involves the filling in of the relevant statutory forms and is carried out later when more exact information is known. The BP information on Statutory Reporting of Safety and Environmental Incidents can be found in HSE 12-2001-0005 BP Incident Reporting and Investigation BP Vietnam and the contracting company should maintain close communications links in establishment and maintenance of government reporting.

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OFFSHORE COMMUNICATIONS CHART

ISOS Tel.: 84- 8 829 8520HCMC: Fax.: 84--8 829 8551 (24 hrs) Say This an emergency ; I need to speak to the Co-ordinating Doctor IMMEDIATELY

BP Ho Chi Minh: Duty Incident manager (M) Office Tel Office Fax BP Korea: Duty Site Manager HSE Engineer

(DIM)

84-903 977 977

08-8999 375 08-8999 391 82-17 876 0253 (M) 82-17 875 0121 (M)

BP Supply Tel. 064-834 038/39/40/41 Vung Tau Fax : 064-834 043 Duty Mobile : 0903 381 535 (M) Email 435136410@In.mail65.com (text only) In Port Tel : 0913 129 501 (M) PACIFIC BATTLER Email LAR05@globleemail.com (text only) In Port Tel : 0903 300 712 (M) LADY MARGARET

SSFC Tel.: Helicopters :

064-838 301 (O) 0903 803 270 (M) 0903 802 213 (M) 0913 840 581 (M) 0913 840 037 (M)

HHI (Vietnam) Vung Tau Liaison Office H.G. Lim Tel : 064-510 849 Fax : 064-510 852

HD 2500 BP OffshoreRep. Paul Keeler Iridium Mobile 88 163 1425 905 E-mail ; paul.keeler@se1.bp.com Call sign DSYV Fax 873 3440 21582 Satphone 873 3440 21580 / 1

HHI Ulsan Area Manager H.C. Cho 82 (0)52 230 1550 82 1195440577 (M) Email : hccho@hhi.co.kr C.J. Kang 82 (0)52 230 1037 82 195619116 (M)

De Xiang BP Offshore Rep. Iridium Mobile Call sign Fax Satphone Telex

John Mitchell 88 163 1425 904 BSJG 872 341 266 411 872 341 266 411 872 341 266 412

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BP VIETNAM CONTACT DETAILS PHONE FAX MOBILE 84 (0) 903 977 977 (M) 84 8 829 8520 (S/B) 84 (0) 903 801 973 (M) 84 (0) 903 381 535 84 (0) 903 831 361 84 (0) 903 436 054 84 (0) 903 322 262 84 (0) 903 994 994 84 (0) 903 701 256 or 65 966 21846

CONTACT Duty Incident Manager ISOS 24 hrs Hotline BP HSE Manager Supply Base BP HSE Manager (N.D. Quang) Duty Project Director (Jon Hafsmo) Project HSE Manager (Cesar Molina) Marine Coordinator (Bill Wright) Project Director (Mel Green)

84 8 8999375 (O) 84 8 8999375 (ext. 2420) 84 8 8999375 (ext. 2434) 84 8 8999375 (ext. 2415) 84 8 8999375 (ext. 2401)

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BP KOREA CONTACT DETAILS PHONE 82 52 234 6243 (O) 82 52 230 1416 (O) 82 52 234 6244 (O) 82 52 230 1304 (O) 82 52 230 1404 (O) 82 52 230 1413 (O) FAX MOBILE 82 17 876 0253 82 11 9304 4009 82 1 9304 9003 82 17 875 0121 82 11 847 0176 82 17 549 7211

CONTACT Duty Site Manager (Steve Moore) Duty Technical (Steve Cross) Duty Technical (Neil Rogerson) Duty HSE (Daniel Hart) Duty Admin. (Byun Deok Soon) Duty Admin. (Koo Ju Hee) 12.0

HHI CONTACT INFORMATION

HHI Onshore Details (Korea) : Address: CONTACT Project Director (C.J. Kang) Project Manager
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Hyundai Heavy Industries: 1 Cheonha-Dong, Dong-Ku, Ulsan, Korea PHONE FAX 82 (0)52 230 1037 82 52 230 1943 (O) 82 (0)52 230 1550 82 52 230 1991
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(C.H. Cho) Contact Admin. (Y.J. Shin) Offshore Installation Director (H.T. Lim) Offshore Installation Mgr. (T.A. Cha) Offshore Equip. Control Dept (G.S.Yi) Offshore Installation Dept (J.B. Kim)

82 52 230 1502 (O) 82 52 230 1028 82 52 230 1560 82 52 230 1580 82 52 230 1595

82 52 230 1963

82 19 561 9413 82 195619107 82 114350695 82 195619404 82 195619412

HHI s role within the BP Incident Management Structure is set out as shown in section 4. HHI Onshore Details (Vietnam) : Address: Contact Information: Contract Person Other Information Offshore Details: Vessel Name: Callsign: BP Rep. Iridium Mobile Fax Satphone Vessel Name: Callsign: BP Rep. Iridium Mobile Telex Fax Satphone HD 2500 (Jacket Installation Barge) DSYV Paul Keeler email : paul.keeler@se1.bp.com +88 163 1425 905 +873 3440 21582 +873 3440 21580 / 1 De Xiang (Jacket Towing Tug) BSJG John Mitchell +88 163 1425 904 +872 341 266 412 +872 341 266 411 +872 341 266 410 Vung Tau Liaison Office: 36 Quang Trung Street, Vung Tau Vietnam Tel : +84 64 510849 Fax : +84 64 510852 H.G. Lim

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PRIMARY VUNG TAU NUMBERS International SOS Alarm Center


Say This an emergency I need to speak to the coordinating Doctor IMMEDIATELY 84- 64 -903 803 270 (mobile) 84- 64 -903 802 213 (mobile) 84- 64 -913 840 581 (mobile) 84-64-833 761 84- 64 -913 840 037 (mobile) 84 64 834 043 84 903 381 535 (mobile) (Duty Person)

+84-8-829 8520 (Ho Chi Minh


City) 24 hours

24 Hours SSFC (HELICOPTERS) Duty Pilot Office BP Vung Tau Supply Base (24 Hours) Nguyen The Hung Clive Butler

+84-8-829 8551 (Ho Chi Minh City)

84 -64 838 301 (O)

84-64-838 466

84 -64 -834 038/39/40/41

84 903 902 678 (mobile)*+ 84 903 320 969 (mobile)*+

SECONDARY VUNG TAU NUMBERS


ISOS VUNG TAU 01 Le Ngoc Han St 84-64- 858 776 Note after 84-64- 858 779 84 913 901 302 (mobile)

5pm weekdays and after 12 noon Sat. , these numbers reroute to HCMC 24hr number

LE LOI HOSPITAL 22 Le Loi St

84-64- 832 667

84 913 947 386 (mobile)

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APPENDIX A:

BP VIETNAM INITIAL INCIDENT REPORT FORM

(To be completed by person receiving the initial report of an Emergency Incident) Name of person reporting: Location: Time of Incident: 2. What is the Incident (Brief Details) Call-back Number: Installation: Time of this report:

3. Numbers of people at location: DeadInjured BP staff:

Missing

Total

HHI / Third Parties:

4. Who has been informed:

4. Damage

5. Oil Spilled

6. What is needed for Assistance

7. What Assistance is available at Site

8. Person receiving Call:

Location:

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APPENDIX B: SSFC - RIG & PLATFORM LOCATIONS

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APPENDIX C: KEY EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS PRIMARY VUNG TAU NUMBERS International SOS Alarm Center
+84-8-829 8520 (Ho Chi Minh
City) 24 hours Say This an emergency I need to speak to the coordinating Doctor IMMEDIATELY 84- 64 -903 803 270 (mobile) 84- 64 -903 802 213 (mobile) 84- 64 -913 840 581 (mobile) 84-64-833 761 84- 64 -913 840 037 (mobile) 84 64 834 043 84 903 381 535 (mobile) (Duty Person)

24 Hours SSFC (HELICOPTERS) Duty Pilot Office BP Vung Tau Supply Base (24 Hours) Nguyen The Hung Clive Butler

+84-8-829 8551 (Ho Chi Minh City)

84 -64 838 301 (O)

84-64-838 466

84 -64 -834 038/39/40/41

84 903 902 678 (mobile)*+ 84 903 320 969 (mobile)*+

SECONDARY VUNG TAU NUMBERS


ISOS VUNG TAU 01 Le Ngoc Han St 84-64- 858 776 Note after 84-64- 858 779 84 913 901 302 (mobile)

5pm weekdays and after 12 noon Sat. , these numbers reroute to HCMC 24hr number

LE LOI HOSPITAL 22 Le Loi St

84-64- 832 667

84 913 947 386 (mobile)

HCMC
Mobile/ Telephone Duty Incident Manager (DIM) HCMC Office (84) 8 8999 375 84 8 8999 391 Fax

(84) 903 977 977 (mobile)*

Note; The HCMC IMC will advise contact numbers when the IMC (Incident Management Centre) is set up.

SINGAPORE

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APPENDIX D: BP SUPPLY BASE RADIO COMMUNICATION

CONTACTS/FREQUENCIES
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS for VUNG TAU SUPPLY BASE

List of Frequencies and Equipment used for BP operations


Item No Location Type of Apparatus Frequency Range No. of Communicate Kind of service Suggested Frequencies Band & Tuning channels with

VT SUPPLY VHF/AM TRX 118.00136.975Mhz BASE BASE VT SUPPLY VHF/AM TRX 118.00136.975Mhz BASE BASE VT SUPPLY VHF-FM TRX 155 -162 MHz BASE BASE

Helicopter

Aeronautic 120.8MHz/ 126.0 MHz al Fixed Service Aeronautic 120.8MHz/ 126.0 MHz al Fixed Service Channel 16 (156.800MHz) /157.050 / 157.075/158.000/ 158.025/ 158.050/ 158.075 Mhz Channel 16 (156.800MHz) /157.050 / 157.075/158.000/ 158.025/ 158.050/ 158.075 Mhz Channel 16 (156.800MHz) /157.050 / 157.075/158.000/ 158.025/ 158.050/ 158.075 Mhz Channel 16 (156.800MHz) /157.050 / 157.075/158.000/ 158.025/ 158.050/ 158.075 Mhz 2187.5KHz Distress Freq./ 2182 / 3616/ 4498 / 6970 / 9490 / 5500/ 5750/ 8450/ 10250/ 6500 KHz 2187.5KHz Distress Freq./ 2182 / 3616/ 4498 / 6970 / 9490 / 5500/ 5750/ 8450/ 10250/ 6500 KHz 2187.5KHz Distress Freq./ 2182 / 3616/ 4498 / 6970 / 9490 / 5500/ 5750/ 8450/
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Helicopter

Service Supply Fixed boats/ Port maritime Operation Service Stations Service Supply Fixed boats/ Port maritime Operation Service Stations Service Supply Fixed boats/ Port maritime Operation Service Stations Mobile maritime Service

VT SUPPLY VHF-FM TRX 155 -162 MHz BASE BASE

VT SUPPLY VHF-FM TRX 155 -162 MHz BASE BASE

VT SUPPLY VHF-FM TRX 155 -162 MHz BASE H/H

VT SUPPLY HF/SSB TRX 2 - 22 MHz BASE

10 Platform, channels & 2187.5kHz 10 Platform, channels & 2187.5kHz 10 Platform, channels &
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VT SUPPLY HF/SSB TRX 2 - 22 MHz BASE

Fixed Service

VT SUPPLY HF/SSB TRX 2 - 22 MHz BASE

Fixed Service

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2187.5kHz

10250/ 6500 KHz

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APPENDIX E: BP VIETNAM INCIDENT REPORT FORMAT

Example is shown below:

BP VIETNAM (initial) INCIDENT REPORT FORM


(To be completed by person receiving the initial report of an Emergency Incident) 1. Report form Name of person reporting: Location: Time of Incident 2. What is the incident (brief details)? Call back Number: Installation: Time of this report

3. Numbers of people at location: Dead BP staff Contractors Injured ILL Missing Total

4. Who has been informed? 5. Damage: 6. Oil spill: 7. What is needed for assistance? 8. Person receiving call: Location:

Guidance for person receiving this initial report: 1. Incident to be immediately reported to Duty Incident Manager (DIM), if he cannot be contacted to another member of Incident Management Team (IMT) 2. Use the main contact telephone for outgoing calls only so the On-Scene-Commander or person reporting the incident can remake contact. 3. Keep a record of all further calls about the incident 4. Carry out the instructions from the DIM.
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APPENDIX F: BP OFFSHORE PERSONNEL NEXT OF KIN DETAILS

NAME Date of Birth Address Telephone Nationality Passport No. Expiry Date Issue Date Issued by Blood Group Next of Kin Name Relationship Address Telephone Alternative Name Relationship Address Telephone NAME Date of Birth Address Telephone Nationality Passport No. Expiry Date Issue Date Issued by Blood Group Next of Kin Name Relationship Address Telephone Alternative Name Relationship Address Telephone
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APPENDIX G; NAM CON SON GAS PROJECT INCIDENT LOG SHEET


(To Be Submitted Hourly to BP)

Sheet No.:

Date:

Time:

To:
20.1.1.1.1

From:

Position

Fax Ref.:

Tel:

Fax:

Mobile:

Date

Time

Event

Action Taken

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APPENDIX H: NAM CON SON GAS PROJECT 6 HOURLY STATUS REPORT FORM

Sheet No.:

Date:

Time:

To:
21.1.1.1.1

From:

Position

Fax Ref.:

Tel: Original Details of Incident Contract Title: Contract No.: Contractor: Date & Time of Incident: Weather Conditions: Location of Incident: Type & Severity of Incident: (See Appendix B) Consequences:
21.1.1.1.2 21.1.1.1.3 Collision

Fax:

Mobile:

Report By: Position: Tel: Fax:

Mobile:
Onshore Plant / Offshore Plant /Onshore Pipeline / Gas Emission / Oil Spill / Chemical Spill / Fire / Offshore Pipeline / Platform / Ship / Drilling Rig / Helicopter / Other Explosion / Pollution / Road Traffic Accident / Ship Sinking or

Fatalities / Serious Injuries / Injuries / Missing / DAFWC / Recordable Injuries / Occupational Illness / First Aid

Major / Serious / Minor / Beyond Control of Contractors Emergency Response Plan / Beyond Control of Other Local Resources

Summary of Current Status of Incident Was help requested and has it arrived? Organisations at scene Medical Teams / Fire Fighting / Search & Rescue / Oil Spill or Pollution Response BP / Police / Fire / Ambulance / Coast Guard / Local Authorities / Media

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Summary: Current Status / Current Emergency Response Actions / Immediate Future Emergency Response Plan / Estimate Time to Get Incident Under Control

Update on Scale of Incident People BP Personnel


21.1.1.1.3.1.1.1

Contractor Personnel

Third Party / Public

Fatalities Missing

Serious Injuries Day Away From Work Case Recordable Injury / Illness Occupational Illness Restricted Work Case First Aid

21.1.1.1.3.1.1.2

Update of Scale of Incident - Environment Oil Spill Gas Emission 21.1.1.1.3.2 Che mical Spill
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Pollution to:

Substance: Quantity Released / Duration: Quantity Remaining as Pollution: Quantities Affecting Third Parties / Public Update of Scale of Incident Property & Production (Description & US $ if assessable) Damage to:

Process Plant / Storage Facilities / Main Support Structures / Ancillary Buildings / Infra-structure / Services / Other Damage / Third Party / Public Estimated loss (US$) Quantity / Volume / Duration

Loss of Production: Time required to recover:

Emergency Control Centre Update

Location: Incident Manager: Name: Communications: Tel Line 1 No.: Fax Line 1 No.: Controller at Scene: Name: Position: Tel Line 2 No.: Mobile Line 1 No.: Tel Line 3 No.: Mobile Line 2 No.:

Position:

Communications: Tel Line 1 No.: Fax Line 1 No.:


Major Incident Definition:

Tel Line 2 No.: Mobile Line 1 No.:

Tel Line 3 No.: Mobile Line 2 No.:

Adverse Reaction From Authorities, Public, Media

A Fatality Multiple Serious Injuries

Oil Spill > 100 barrels (15,900 litres) Chemical Spill > 10 tonnes Damage > US$ 500,000

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