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Hardware Inspection Check List - Land Rig

Rig Name

___________

Location MIC

________________

Date

___/___/___

Rig Activity ___________

______________________________ (name and signature) This check list shall be used by the MIC to ensure that equipment and associated safety features are kept in operational condition. This inspection shall be carried out once every three months by the MIC or his designate. The inspection can be performed over a three month period. All items graded "poor" shall be considered as "action item" and shall be acted upon as quickly as practice.
G I. Rig Site Access Levelling Ground condition Drainage/gutters Concrete slab Fencing Safety perimeter materialized Car park outsite rig site Safety signs stds S/F Safety board for the record of DWLTI Waste pit : - Fencing - Capacity - Location Cellar : - Building - Cleanliness - Top protection - General lighting II. Housekeeping General aspect Storage in the tool racks : - Access to equipment - Order Storage of tubulars : - Pipe rack end stoppers - Pipe way end bumper Fuel tanks : - Cleanliness - Leaks - Hose condition - Equipotential line Oil accumulation on the ground Change room/shower : - Cleanliness - Safety posters Toilettes cleanliness Steel, timbers, junk in working area Mud around mud pits A P NA Comments

G III. Derrick/ Mast Identification plaque Verticality Missing pins Missing safety pins Wearing out of assembly holes Missing or loose bolds General Condition : - Corrosion - Main beams bent - Missing beams - Painting Standpipe : - Fastening - Securing of rotary hose Raising lines : - Condition - Securing Telescoping lines or folding jacks : - Condition Dead line stabilizers Drilling line guide : - Condition - Securing Securing of accessories such as lights, junction boxes, pullies, shackles Useless objects left in the mast Casing stabbing board : - Condition - Lifting gear - Safety devices - Access Traveling block guide rail : - Condition - Fastening Mast ladder : - Condition - Fastening - Back guard - Rest platform - Protection of ladder openings - Fall arrest device : . Fastening . Working condition . Guarantee certificate . Safety harness . Wire condition

NA

Comments

G Rotary tong counter weight - Fastening - Lubrification - Wire condition Racking board - Access from ladder - Level corresponding to stands - Handrails - Monkey board condition - Monkey board horizontability - Monkey board folding end securing Racking drillpipe fingers - Condition - Safety cables up to the end D.C. rack condition Racking board closing pipe - Condition - Securing Airwinch for D.C. racking - Condition - Fastening - Wire condition - Operating device Safety harnesses (two) - Condition - Horizontal line - Vertical line D.P. lashing ropes or fingers Working ropes Breathing apparatus / Emergency pack Hand free talk back system Escape apparatus - Seat access - Fastening - Guarantee certificate - Handbrake Crown block - Excess of drilling line grease - Fastening to mast - Lower protection - Upper protection - Handrails - Red Light - Lighting IV. Rig Floor Tidiness (tools, slips, elevator) Useless equipment

NA

Comments

G Cleanliness Antiskidding surface quality Handrails : - Condition - Zone without protection - Coamings Rigid closing of pipe ramp Fastening of pipe ramp Set back mat condition Rotary table surface condition Rotary tong back posts : - Location - Strength Back up lines : - Condition - Length - Strength Break out cable or chain - Condition - Guide rollers conditions Make up cable or chain - Condition - Guide rollers conditions Hydraulic line pull : - Condition - Cable condition Rotary tongs - General condition - Balancing - Suspension cable D.P. Spinning wrench : - Condition - Suspension cable - Backup line - Location Iron roughneck : - Condition - Rail track Power casing tong condition Scaffolding for power CSG tong Mud guard : - Condition - Draining hose - Suspension cable Kelly spinner : - Condition - Hoses securing - Last Ndt threads inspection

NA

Comments

G Air winches - Condition - Cable condition - Brake efficiency - Cable end to hook - Safety guard - One certified for man riding - Last load test Kelly cock and its wrench : - Condition - Last Ndt threads inspection Kelly valve and its wrench : - Condition - Last Ndt threads inspection Kelly : - Condition - Last Ndt threads inspection Gray valve : - Condition - Last Ndt thread inspection Regan fast shut off coupling and dart : - Condition - Safety valve above - Last Ndt threads inspection D.P. rotary slips condition D.C. rotary slips condition D.P. elevators condition : - Last Ndt inspection D.C. elevators condition : - Last Ndt inspection D.C. safety clamp condition D.C. lifting plug or subs : - Last Ndt inspection Swivel : - Last Ndt bail inspection BOP remote control panel Remote choke control panel SCBA sets : - Number - Condition Dog house : - House keeping - Instructions for blowout - Station bill - Safety posters - Safety harnesses for working in height

NA

Comments

G Wire line unit : - Condition - Operator protection Roughneck store : - House keeping - Hand tools condition Fixed gas detectors : - HC - H2S V. Drawworks Driller control panel : - Condition - Emergency stop - Mud flow indicator - Active mud tank level - Trip tank level - SF safety and operational policies - Pre-kick calculation sheets Martin Decker : - Condition - Sensibility - Calibration Drawworks fastening Draworks safety guards Brake : - Lever adjustement - Lever safety chain - Cooling - Auxiliary brake efficiency - Crown-O-matic condition - Crown-O-matic finger setting Drilling line : - Condition - Winding - Slipping and cutting program - Fastening on anchor - Safety clamp - Sensator gap Traveling Block : - Upper bumper Hook : - Locks - Spring dampener - Last Ndt inspection - Elevators bails : last Ndt inspection Sand reel : - Brake condition - Sand line guide

NA

Comments

G VI. Choke Manifold Setting of valves Remote choke condition Manual choke condition Pressure gauges for DP and annular pressures Access to valves Flare line fastening Flare remote lighting VII.Substructure General condition Cleanliness Assembling pins Electric wiring Snubbing of jumping hoses Stairs condition Lighting VIII. BOP BOP Stack : - Condition - Pressure test - Hydraulic control lines - Cleanliness - Working platform - BOP lifting device - Kill line and valves - Choke line and valves Diverter : - Condition - Size of diverting lines - Type of valves in diverting lines - Elbows reinforcement Accumulator unit - Location - Capacity - Nitrogen pressure - Accumulator pressure - Automatic start up of pumps IX. Mud Area Mud pumps : - Lighting - Pressure gauges - Pulsation dampener pressure - Relief valves : . Adjustment . Discharge line fastening - Stroke counting device - Suction dampener

NA

Comments

G - Bleed off line - Discharge pipes/hoses securing - Cleanliness Mud pits - Electric equipment condition - Lighting - Obstacles on walkways - Unprotected openings - Kill mud stock - Gas detectors . HC . H2S - Protection of shale shaker driving belts - Mud gas atmospheric separator condition - Mud degasser working condition - Other mud treatment equipment condition Mud mixing area : - Access to mud mixing hoppers - Centrifugal pump coupling and gland packing protection - Emergency shower and eye wash station - Access to valves Sacks storage : - Pallets stacking - Lighting X. Engine Shelter Lighting Cleanliness Fire protection Engines : - Protection of moving parts - Protection of exhausts - Emergency Stop - Oil leaks XI. Air Compressor Protection of moving parts Protection of hot pipes Oil leaks Air vessels : - Identification plates - Relief valves - Last pressure test XII. Mechanical Workshop Housekeeping Electric tools :

NA

Comments

G - Condition - Protection Hand tools : - Condition - Protection - Not to be locked in running position Grinding machine : - Gap between wheel and support - Protection screen - Safety goggles - Safety sign for above Hydraulic press - Protection screen Ear muffers/Ear plugs XIII.Weldershop Oxy/acetylen cutting/Welding set - Pressure regulator and gauges condition - Flame arrestor on both hoses - General condition - Transportable set condition - Welding goggles - Lighting Arc welding set : - Cords condition - Welding hood Bench grinding machine : - Gap between wheel and support - Safety goggles - Safety signs for wearing above Hand grinding machine : - No locking device in running position Leather apron Leather gloves Heat resistant gloves Tidiness of the shop Tidiness of the junk rack XIV. PCR Air conditioning Fire protection Cleanliness Non conductive mats Ground defect alarm Insulation measurement Breakers adjustment Insulating gloves Insulating stool Insulating retrieving hook Fuse puller

NA

Comments

G Emergency lighting Instruction to rescue shocked people High voltage signs Grounding network : - Last check - Resistance to ground Electric equipment into zone 1 & zone 2 Electric wiring condition Instrument condition Third party equipment conformity XV. Lifting / Handling Eqt Crane : - Wire condition - Limit switches - Alarms when at work - Fire extinguisher - Lights - Conform to zone 2 area XVI. Aid to Injured Qualified male nurse Sick bay - Cleanliness - Equipment - Medecine stock - Medical treatment register book - Stretchers - Pneumatic splints - Strokes litter - Set of burn sheet - First aid supplies XVII. Misc. Extinguishers : - Type - Number - Last check - Marking of location Fire pump : - Last check - Suction line connected - Foam producing accessories - Stock of emulsifier Office : - Tidiness - Helmets for visitors - Gloves - Uniform quality

NA

Comments

G - Safety goggles - Dust/paint masks - HC detector - H2S detector - O2 detector - SCBA . Number . Spare bottles - Escape sets (10 minutes duration) XVIII. Safety Administration Accident reports Work permits Safety meetings Safety correspondance Emergency plans : - Blowout - Fire - Injury Drawing of fire fighting equipment location Drawing of grounding network Filing of test certificates Safety committee Safety drill frequency Pre job meeting Safety signs around the rig Muster area upwind Wind sock Safety results XIX. Camp Kitchen/Mess : - Cleanliness - Expeller - Electric distribution Foodstore : - Deepfreeze temperature - Refrigerator temperature - Dry food storage - Food quality - Cleanliness Bathroom/Toilettes : - Water leaks - Drainage Laundry : - Cleanliness - Capacity - Washing machines - Dryers

NA

Comments

G - Drainage Sleeping caravans : - Cleanliness - Electrical wiring Generator : - Cleanliness - Electric switchboard - Ground defect alarm - Fire protection Fuel tank : - Leaks - Equipotential line - Fire protection Water tank : - Cleanliness - Water treatment unit Extinguishers : - Numbers - Condition - Last inspection - Marking of location Grounding network : - All skids connected - last inspection - Resistance to ground General lighting

NA

Comments

Hardware Inspection Check List - Offshore Rig

Rig Name

___________

Location MIC

________________

Date

___/___/___

Rig Activity ___________

_______________________________ (name and signature) This check list shall be used by the MIC to ensure that equipment and associated safety features are kept in operational condition. This inspection shall be carried out once every three months by the MIC or his designate. The inspection can be performed over a three month period. All items graded "poor" shall be considered as "action item" and shall be acted upon as quickly as possible.
G I. Deck General aspect Tidiness Cleanliness Storage in all the area Oil drum storage Paint locker : - Fire protection Samson posts Dragway end bumper Antiskidding surface Handrails - Coamings Storage of Acytelen and Oxygen cylinders Storage of radioactive material : - Protected zone Stairs to living quarters : - Stepping - Antiskidding quality Ventilation ducts : - Closing - Gas detection Deck lighting Watertight door condition Burner beams : - Access - Piping Safety signs II. Derrick/Mast Verticality Missing pins Missing safety pins Wearing out of assembly holes Missing or loose bolds General Condition : - Corrosion - Main beams bent - Missing beams - Painting A P NA Comments

G Standpipe : - Fastening - Securing of rotary hose Raising lines : - Condition - Securing Telescoping lines or folding jacks : - Condition Dead line stabilizers Drilling line guide : - Condition - Securing Securing of accessories such as lights, junction boxes, pullies, shackles Useless objects left in the mast Casing stabbing board : - Condition - Lifting gear - Safety devices - Access Traveling block guide rail : - Condition - Fastening Mast ladder : - Condition - Fastening - Back guard - Rest platform - Protection of ladder openings - Fall arrest device : . Fastening . Working condition . Guarantee certificate . Safety harness . Wire condition Rotary tong counter weight - Fastening - Lubrification - Wire condition Racking board - Access from ladder - Level corresponding to stands - Handrails - Monkey board condition - Monkey board horizontability - Monkey board folding end securing

NA

Comments

G Racking drillpipe fingers - Condition - Safety cables up to the end D.C. rack condition Racking board closing pipe - Condition - Securing Airwinch for D.C. racking - Condition - Fastening - Wire condition - Operating device Safety harnesses (two) - Condition - Horizontal line - Vertical line D.P. lashing ropes or fingers Working ropes Breathing apparatus / Emergency pack Hand free talk back system Escape apparatus - Seat access - Fastening - Guarantee certificate - Handbrake Automatic racking : - Working condition Crown block - Excess of drilling line grease - Fastening to mast - Lower protection - Upper protection - Handrails - Red Light - Lighting III. Rig Floor Tidiness (tools, slips, elevator) Useless equipment Cleanliness Antiskidding surface quality Handrails : - Condition - Zone without protection - Coamings Rigid closing of pipe ramp Fastening of pipe ramp Set back mat condition

NA

Comments

G Rotary table surface condition Rotary tong back posts : - Location - Strength Back up lines : - Condition - Length - Strength Break out cable or chain - Condition - Guide rollers conditions Make up cable or chain - Condition - Guide rollers conditions Hydraulic line pull : - Condition - Cable condition Rotary tongs - General condition - Balancing - Suspension cable D.P. Spinning wrench : - Condition - Suspension cable - Backup line - Location Iron roughneck : - Condition - Rail track Power casing tong condition Scaffolding for power CSG tong Mud guard : - Condition - Draining hose - Suspension cable Kelly spinner : - Condition - Hoses securing - Last Ndt threads inspection Air winches - Condition - Cable condition - Brake efficiency - Cable end to hook - Safety guard - One certified for man riding - Last load test Kelly cock and its wrench : - Condition

NA

Comments

- Last Ndt threads inspection

G Kelly valve and its wrench : - Condition - Last Ndt threads inspection Kelly : - Condition - Last Ndt threads inspection Gray valve : - Condition - Last Ndt thread inspection Regan fast shut off coupling and dart : - Condition - Safety valve above - Last Ndt threads inspection D.P. rotary slips condition D.C. rotary slips condition D.P. elevators condition : - Last Ndt inspection D.C. elevators condition : - Last Ndt inspection D.C. safety clamp condition D.C. lifting plug or subs : - Last Ndt inspection Swivel : - Last Ndt bail inspection BOP remote control panel Remote choke control panel SCBA sets : - Number - Condition Dog house : - House keeping - Instructions for blowout - Station bill - Safety posters - Safety harnesses for working in height Wire line unit : - Condition - Operator protection Roughneck store : - House keeping - Hand tools condition Fixed gas detectors : - HC - H2S

NA

Comments

G IV. Drawworks Driller control panel : - Condition - Emergency stop - Mud flow indicator - Active mud tank level - Trip tank level - SF safety and operational policies - Pre-kick calculation sheets Martin Decker : - Condition - Sensibility - Calibration Drawworks fastening Draworks safety guards Brake : - Lever adjustement - Lever safety chain - Cooling - Auxiliary brake efficiency - Crown-O-matic condition - Crown-O-matic finger setting Drilling line : - Condition - Winding - Slipping and cutting program - Fastening on anchor - Safety clamp - Sensator gap Traveling Block : - Upper bumper Motion compensator hoses securing Hook : - Locks - Spring dampener - Last Ndt inspection - Elevators bails : last Ndt inspection Sand reel : - Brake condition - Sand line guide V. Choke Manifold Setting of valves Remote choke condition Manual choke condition Pressure gauges for DP and annular pressures Access to valves Flare line fastening

NA

Comments

G VI.Substructure General condition Cleanliness Assembling pins Electric wiring Snubbing of jumping hoses Stairs condition Lighting VII. Moon Pool Area/CellarDeck Access General condition Handrails Wire line protection Individual safety protection equipment : - Inertia reels and safety harnesses - Workvest Sheave protection Working platforms : - Handrail - Anti fall device Air winch drum protection Subsea TV reel protection Ring buoy Electric wiring Lighting VIII. BOP BOP stack : - Condition - Pressure test - Hydraulic control lines - Cleanliness - Working platform - BOP lifting device - Kill line and valves - Choke line and valves Diverter : - Condition - Size of diverting lines - Type of valves in diverting lines - Elbows reinforcement Accumulator unit - Location - Capacity - Nitrogen pressure - Accumulator pressure - Automatic start up of pumps

NA

Comments

G IX. Mud Area Pump room : - Ventilation - Watertight doors - Fire alarm - Lighting - Pressure gauges - Pulsation dampener pressure - Relief valves : . Adjustment . Discharge line fastening - Stroke counting device - Suction dampener - Bleed off line - Stairs and handrails - Gas detection : . HC . H2S - Cleanliness Mud pits room : - Ventilation - Fire alarm - Watertight doors - Electric equipment condition - Lighting - Obstacles on walkways - Unprotected openings - Mud vapors condition - Kill mud stock - Gas detectors : . HC . H2S - Protection of shale shaker driving belts - Mud gas atmospheric separator cond. - Mud degasser working condition - Other mud treatment eqt condition Mud mixing area : - Access to mud mixing hoppers - Centrifugal pump coupling and gland packing protection - Emergency shower and eye wash station - Surge tanks condition - Access to valves Dry chemical bukl storage - Pop off valve or rupture disc on ventline - Weighing system - Access ladder to top manhole - Top platform protection - General condition

NA

Comments

G - Last pressure test - Reserve of barites Sacks storage room : - Pallets stacking - Ventilation - Forklift . Conform to zone 2 area . Front protection . Top protection . Alarm when at work - Lighting X. Engine Room Ventilation Lighting Cleanliness Fire detectors Fire protection Water tight doors condition Fire alarm Engines : - Protection of moving parts - Protection of exhausts - Emergency stop - Oil leaks Air compressor : - Protection of moving parts - Protection of hot pipes - Oil leaks Air vessels : - Identification plates - Relief valves - Last pressure Water makers : - Protection of moving parts - Protection of heat - Acid tank condition - Mineralizatoin unit condition - Last water sample analyse XI. Mechanical Workshop Housekeeping Electric tools : - Condition - Protection Hand tools : - Condition - Protection - Not to be locked in running position

NA

Comments

G Grinding machine : - Gap between wheel and support - Protection screen - Safety goggles - Safety sign for above Hydraulic press - Protection screen Ear muffers / Ear plugs Ventilation / lighting XII.Weldershop Oxy/acetylen cutting/Welding set - Pressure regulator and gauges condition - Flame arrestor on both hoses - General condition - Transportable set condition - Welding goggles - Lighting Arc welding set : - Cords condition - Welding hood Bench grinding machine : - Gap between wheel and support - Safety goggles - Safety signs for wearing above Hand grinding machine : - No locking device in running position Leather apron Leather gloves Heat resistant gloves Tidiness of the shop Tidiness of the junk rack XIII. Switghgear Room Ventilation Fire detection Fire protection Fire alarm Cleanliness Non conductive mats Ground defect alarm Insulation measurement Breakers adjustment Insulating gloves Insulating stool Insulating retrieving hook Fuse puller Emergency lighting Instruction to rescue shocked persons

NA

Comments

G High voltage signs Emergency batteries : - Ventilation of the room - Safety signs Emergency generator : - Protection of moving parts - Room ventilation - Fire protection - Emergency lighting - Automatic start XIV. Control Room Legs visibility Instruments / alarms Communication : - Public address - Telephone - Walkie-Talkie - Radio - Telex - Radio beacon - EPIRB . One float free type . One for each lifeboat Official documents General blackout Maritime signalling Fog horn Emergency evacuation plan Instructions to new comers XV. Aid to Injured Qualified male nurse Sick bay - Cleanliness - Equipment - Medecine stock - Medical treatment register book - Stretchers - Pneumatic splints - Strokes litter - Set of burn sheet - First aid supplies XVI. Living Quarters Ventilation Cleanliness Handrails in corridors Self powered lighting Exit signalling

NA

Comments

G Fastening of furniture Fire detection Fire protection Station bill/Muster list Kitchen : - Cleanliness - Expeller - Cooker - Electric distribution Foodstore : - Deepfreeze temperature - Refrigerator temperature - Dry food storage - Food quality - Cleanliness Bathroom/Toilettes : - Cleanliness - Water leaks - Drainage Laundry : - Cleanliness - Capacity - Washing machines - Dryers - Drainage XVII. Legs (jack-up) Condition Paint Jacking system : - Teeth wear - Gear protection - Jacking motors condition - Lubricating Ladders condition Handrails on jack houses Jetting system condition Cathodic protection XVIII. Columns and Pontoons Indication of personnel presence Ventilation Lifts condition : - Access to lift at alllevels - Cable condition - Safety devices Fire detection : - Pump room - Thruster

NA

Comments

G Fire protection : - Pump room - Thruster Flood detection : - Pump room - Thruster Pump room condition - Grating - Paint - Leaks Thruster condition XIX. Mooring Cable/chain condition Winches condition Tensiometers Tidiness around winches Lighting of the area XX. Lifting Equipment Cranes : - Access - General condition - Cables - Weight indicator / loadcharts - Overboom stop - Anti two block devices . Load line . Fast line - Under boom stop - Top red light - Last test BOP crane bridge/lifting gears - Cable/Chain - Working condition - Last test Slings / Shackles / Hooks XXI. Helideck Wind sock Antiskidding net Crash kit Fire protection Fuel refilling system - Hose condition - Equipotential line - Kerozene stock jettison Gutter around helideck Safety net around helideck Helideck lights Booster battery set Rig count DWLTI

NA

Comments

G XXII. Lifesaving Equipment Ring buoys - With flashing lights - With smoke signals Scrambling nets Life jackets Work vests Survival suits Life rafts Life boats : - Number capacity - Condition - Lighting of the area - Descent system - Food and equipment - Test SCBA sets Emergency pack sets XXIII Fire Fighting Equipt Hand extinguishers : - Location - Quantity - Last check Fire pump : - Working condition - Foaming agent - Last check - Fire stations condition - Last test Flooding system : - Alarm - Last check - Notice boards on doors accessing to protected area Remote handles on oil tank valves General fire alarm XXIV. Safety Administration Safety committee Safety meetings frequency Safety drills frequency Pre job meetings Work permit system Record and follow up of safety equipment Sedco Forex uniform Plastic safety hat Safety boards/signs Safety results

NA

Comments

HSE Management Policies - Auditors Guidelines


2.1 Man In Charge (MIC)

2.2

Emergency Response Plan Verify that plan is in place and available for immediate use. Plan should cover recommended topics as found in HSE Manual. Note date of any exercise conducted or any planned exercise. Exercise conducted ______________________ Exercise planned ___________________

2.3

Alarms

2.4

Drills Indicate types and dates of all drills held in the last two months and where possible conduct drill with rig crew and state observations. Confirm that drills are critiqued by the MIC, and recorded in the IADC Daily Drilling Report.

2.5

HSE Meetings Confirm visually that meetings are documented, visually displayed held within a seven day period and any actions are followed up.

2.6

Toolbox (pre-job) meeting Where possible attend toolbox meeting and observe discussion to ensure all aspects are covered. Confirm that all crew members to be involved in the operation attend and participate.

HSE Management Policies


Yes
2.1 Man In Charge (MIC)

No

NA

On all rigs, the MIC is responsible for ensuring compliance with the HSE policies and procedures.

2.2

Emergency Response Plan There shall be Emergency Response Plans at Company Headquarters, Region, district and each rig. The Emergency Response Plans shall be made in writing and available to the personnel concerned.

2.3

Alarms The MIC is responsible for defining clearly distinguishable alarm signals to identify various emergency situations.

2.4

Drills Drills shall be conducted at specified intervals and attended by all required personnel.

2.5

HSE Meetings All Company personnel shall participate in a HSE meeting at least once a week. Third party personnel and Client shall be invited to the HSE meetings.

2.6

Toolbox (pre-job) meeting Prior to starting any non-routine job, a toolbox (pre-job) meeting shall be held by the Supervisor in charge to acquaint each person involved in the operation with the scope of work, the hazards and the specific procedures to be followed.

HSE Management Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(cont'd) 2.7 Pre-spud meeting and Inspection Visually check pre-spud meeting minutes and confirm attendance of all parties including service companies.

2.8

HSE Committee Confirm through sampling last three committee meeting minutes that they are held at least once every three months. Identify members and ensure committee make up meets requirements of HSE Manual.

2.9

Permit to Work System Check all open permits for compliance with Sedco Forex system. Ensure by visual means that all necessary safety precautions as stated on permit are in force at work site. From a sample of archived permits, confirm that all permits are closed out satisfactorily.

2.10

Authorization to Rig-Up Third Party Equipment

2.11

Equipment Maintenance, Inspection and Use

HSE Management Policies


(cont'd) Yes 2.7 Pre-spud meeting and Inspection A pre-spud meeting shall be held to ensure that all parties involved are fully aware of the scope of work, and that HSE issues are addressed. On land rigs, a pre-spud inspection shall be performed before spudding each well. No NA

2.8

HSE Committee There shall be a HSE committee on all rigs, districts, region offices and Headquarters.

2.9

Permit to Work System All rigs shall have a Permit To Work System in place.

2.10

Authorization to Rig-Up Third Party Equipment

Before installing any third party equipment that can create a hazard when rigged-up and/or operated, an authorization to rig-up third party equipment shall be approved by the MIC.

2.11

Equipment Maintenance, Inspection and Use

HSE related equipment and systems shall be maintained, inspected and used as per Sedco Forex maintenance and procedures policies. Each equipment and system shall not be modified without prior approval from Region Operations Manager

Health Policies - Auditors Guidelines


3.1 Pre-Employment Medical Examination Random sample personal files to ensure medical certificates are available.

3.2

Catering Crew Medical Examination

3.3

Regular Medical Examination

3.4

Special Medical Examination

3.5

Malaria Prevention Verify through discussion with sampled employees that briefing was received.

3.6

Health Alert Notice Verify through visual confirmation that required employees carry notices.

Health Policies
Yes
3.1 Pre-Employment Medical Examination

No

NA

A standard pre-employment medical examination shall be performed in a Company appointed medical center on each individual to be hired to assess his fitness to work.

3.2

Catering Crew Medical Examination

All catering crew shall undergo regular medical examination.

3.3

Regular Medical Examination

All employees assigned outside their home country, and their family if resident with them, are entitled to undergo a periodical medical examination.

3.4

Special Medical Examination

Prior to resuming work after an injury or a illness, the Sedco Forex employee shall be confirmed fit to work by a Company appointed doctor. Sedco Forex employees returning from a risk country are entitled to a medical examination.

3.5

Malaria Prevention

All Sedco Forex employee traveling to a Malaria infected country shall be briefed prior to departure about Malaria.

3.6

Health Alert Notice

All Sedco Forex employees returning from a tropical region in Africa, Asia, Latin America, shall carry a personal card called "Health Alert Notice". In case of illness within the 6 weeks following return, the card should be presented to the consulting physician advising him of recent travel.

Health Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd)

3.7

Vaccinations Verify through r andom sampling that up-to-date vaccination cards are carried.

3.8

Noise

3.9

Personal Medical Record

Confirm through random sampling that medical records are in place for personnel assigned to rig. Check where possible that recent illness/injury is clearly stated on record.

3.10

Medical Emergency Response Plan Verify that plan is on rig and displayed in conspicuous places. Note conspicuous places : ______________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

3.11

Sick Bays and Medical Stores Verify inventory against Sedco Forex listing that all drugs and equipment are in place and maintained by the Rig Medic. Also verify that all medical orders are approved by the MIC.

3.12

Hygiene of Living Quarters Visually check hygiene inspection report and observe for adequate follow-up from inspection findings.

Health Policies
(Cont'd)

Yes 3.7 Vaccinations All Sedco Forex employees working outside their home countries shall have current valid vaccinations required by the country of assignment. It is recommended to follow Sedco Forex vaccination guidelines.

No

NA

3.8

Noise

Each rig shall establish a map indicating the zones where noise levels are above 85 dba.

3.9

Personal Medical Record

A personal medical record shall be established for each of the Company personnel assigned to a rig. This record shall contain information which might be required in case of emergency, and shall also mention any illness or medical treatment followed by the individual.

3.10

Medical Emergency Response Plan Every worksite shall have a Medical Emergency Response Plan. The plan shall be posted in conspicuous places.

3.11

Sick Bays and Medical Stores Sick bays shall be equipped and maintained as per Sedco Forex standards. The rig medic is responsible for maintaining the inventory of the equipment and medicines required.

3.12

Hygiene of Living Quarters The living quarters shall be maintained at all times as per the Sedco Forex procedures of hygiene and housekeeping.

Health Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd) 3.13 Personal Hy giene

3.14

Asbestos

3.15

Rig Medic Check Rig Medic certificates and ensure they are valid and meet Sedco Forex requirements

3.16

Medical Audits Check when last medical audit was conducted and ensure that adequate follow-up from audit findings was actioned. Last medical audit date ______________________ Auditor _________________________

Health Policies
(Cont'd)

Yes
3.13 Personal Hygiene

No

NA

Anyone present on a Sedco Forex installation shall conform with elementary personal hygiene standards such as : regular showers, changing clothes, shaving, treatment of minor injuries, proper use of facilities (sanitaries, bathrooms, disposals).

3.14

Asbestos

No employee shall be exposed to a dangerous airborne concentration of asbestos.

3.15

Rig Medic

Company rig medics shall be certified.

3.16

Medical Audits

Any time operations are started in a new country, where a medical audit has not been performed by a Schlumberger Company, an audit shall be carried out, and the Health Database shall be updated accordingly.

Safety Policies - Auditors Guidelines Personnel


4.1.1 Safety Induction Briefing for Newly Hired Employees

Discuss with new hires and ascertain if safety induction course was administered by District line management. Verify that new hire has received a copy of HSE handbook.

4.1.2 Employee Certification Random sample employees training/personal files and ensure that persons sampled have achieved training level as required by Sedco Forex training manual.

4.1.3 New Comers

4.1.4 Personnel (Muster) List Verify that accurate POB list are available and maintained.

4.1.5 Facial Hair Identify persons in rig fire team and visually (or physically) confirm that facial hair is maintained in such a manner not to interfere with the sealing area of SCBA mask. Take action through MIC to rectify any non-conformances.

4.1.6

Medical care

4.1.7

Safety Award Verify that rig safety award scheme is effective and has approval of Region Vice President.

Safety Policies
Yes No NA

Personnel
4.1.1 Safety Induction Briefing for Newly Hired Employees

Each newly hired employee shall be given a Safety Induction Briefing, in order to safely carry out his duties.

4.1.2 Employee Certification

Each employee shall pursue certification in his function as per Company training requirements.

4.1.3 New Comers

All new comers shall report immediately to the MIC or his designate representative to be briefed on HSE policies, emergency procedures and rig orientation.

4.1.4 Personnel (Muster) List

Each rig shall maintain a personnel (Muster) list of everyone on the rig. This list shall be updated as often as necessary by a person designated by the MIC, so that it is always current.

4.1.5 Facial Hair

Those personnel who may be required to wear SCBA's or escape masks in the course of their duties, shall trim facial hair so as not to interfere with mask seal areas.

4.1.6

Medical care

Any rig without readily available medical care shall have a Rig Medic.

Safety Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd)

Fire and Gas


4.2.1 Fire Protection Confirm that equipment and fire team composition meets the requirement of Sedco Forex safety procedures in this section.

4.2.2 Fixed Gas Detection Instruments Visually confirm that fixed gas detection is in place capable of monitoring for combustible and H2S gases continously. Confirm through visual inspection that detector heads are located at least at the places indicated in the procedures.

4.2.3

Portable Gas Detection Instruments Confirm that detectors are available, functional and maintained.

4.2.4

H2S Confirm that H2S contingency plan is in place meets the requirement of Sedco Forex procedures in this section of the HSE manual. Record date of last H2S drill _____________.

4.2.5

Explosive, radioactive materials, volatile liquids and gases Ensure persons handling these material have been approved by the MIC. A list of approved persons should be held by the MIC. Also verify that a listing of all materials are maintained current and with the MIC.

4.2.6

Storage and Use of Combustibles Verify that low flash point combustibles are kept to a minimum. Confirm through visual inspection that the paint locker is fitted with fire protection and that all contents held within paint locker are sealed, well kept and clearly identified.

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes No NA

Fire and Gas


4.2.1 Fire Protection Each rig shall be equipped with sufficient and regularly maintained fixed and/or portable fire-fighting equipment.

4.2.2

Fixed Gas Detection Instruments

Each rig shall be equipped with a fixed gas detection system for continuous monitoring of the concentration of combustible gases and hydrogen sulfide in atmosphere. 4.2.3 Portable Gas Detection Instruments

Each rig shall be equipped with a minimum of 2 portable electronic gas detectors for determining : - the oxygen content in air - the level of combustible gases in air - the level of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in air

4.2.4 H2S Each rig shall have a written H2S contingency plan, and H2S detection equipment. In known or suspected H2S area, each rig shall have adequate protective equipment for all personnel on the rig.

4.2.5 Explosives, radioactive materials, volatile liquids and gases Explosives, radioactive materials, volatile liquids and gases shall be handled only by approved personnel. They shall be stored in properly locked containers at all times. On offshore rigs, explosives shall be stored in jettisonable containers.

4.2.6 Storage and use of combustibles Storage of combustibles with a low flash-point shall be limited to the minimum stock possible, according to the operational constraints. These products shall be stored in appropriate containers and spaces.

Safety Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd)
4.2.7 Transfer of flammable liquids between tanks

Life Saving and Personal Protective Equipment


4.3.1 Personal Protective Equipment Ensure PPE as covered by Sedco Forex procedure in this section of the HSE manual are issued to all employees where required and that it is maintained in a good condition.

4.3.2

Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)

4.3.3.

Life Saving Equipment

Electrical
4.4.1 Electrical Equipment for Classified Areas

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.2.7 Transfer of flammable liquids between tanks Prior to and during transfer of flammable liquids between tanks, all components shall be maintained to the same potential and connected to earth. No NA

Life Saving and Personal Protective Equipment


4.3.1 Personal Protective Equipment

Personal protective equipment (PPE) shall be provided by the Company and used by personnel.

4.3.2

Self Contained Breathing App aratus (SCBA)

Each rig shall be equipped with Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) of a positive pressure type and emergency escape packs, as follows : Rig Type 30 minutes SCBA Offshore & Inland Water 12 Land Rig 6 Escape Pack 6 x 10 min 2 x 10 min

This minimum requirement shall be reviewed when working in known H2S area.

4.3.3 Life Saving Equipment All rigs shall be equipped with the necessary life saving equipment, which shall be regularly inspected and maintained in constant state of readiness.

Electrical
4.4.1 Electrical Equipment for Classified Areas All electrical equipment installed in a classified area shall have a correct type of protection. The classified areas drawings on each rig shall be defined by the Sedco Forex Research and Engineering Department.

Safety Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd) 4.4.2 Electrical lockouts Ensure that any isolated electrical equipment is accompanied by an isolation and that switch gear is also tagged. Discuss with Electrician and ensure he physically checks each component is isoltated prior to work commencing.

4.4.3 Electrical work Confirm that persons performing electrical work have been approved by the MIC. From previous operations request a procedure that was issued when work HAD to be performed on electrically live equipment.

4.4.4

Grounding circuit

Pressure
4.5.1 High Pressure Lines and Fittings Visually confir m that all high pressure pipework is suitably snubbed and reatined.

4.5.2

Pressure Vessels Inspect certificates for pressure vessels at random and check they carry current certification and are regularly inspected.

4.5.3

Compressed air Request air analysis reports on breathing air taken from compressors or rig filtration system and ensure it meets the requirements of grade "D" air.

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.4.2 Electrical lockouts All electrical equipment or electrically driven components will have lockout safety switches. Before performing any work on such equipment, it shall be locked out and corresponding switch gear panel tagged, to prevent accidental activation. No NA

4.4.3 Electrical work Only personnel approved by the MIC shall perform electrical work.

4.4.4 Grounding circuit Land rig loads connected to electrical supply shall be grounded immediately when set on location. Fuel tanks shall also be grounded.

Pressure
4.5.1 High Pressure Lines and Fittings All connections on high pressure surface circulation lines shall be snubbed with adequate means to prevent them from swinging or kicking in case of sudden release of pressure.

4.5.2 Pressure Vessels All pressure vessels (pneumatic or hydraulic) shall be factory made and certified, equipped with a pressure relief mechanism, and a pressure gauge.

4.5.3 Compressed Air Compressed air may be used only with pneumatic tools and equipment designed for its use. Compressed air may be used for breathing only if first treated through an air filtration system that will deliver grade "D" air.

Safety Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd) 4.5.4 Precharge of accumul ators and dampeners Confirm that nitrogen bottles are marked accordingly and that physical checks are conducted to ensure bottles contain nitrogen. Check listing of approved persons that charge dampeners.

4.5.5

Pressurized operations Ensure that a Work Permit is obtained prior to any pressure test.

Manual and Mechanical Lifting


4.6.1 Lifting Equipment Inspect lifting gear at random and ensure that all lifting gear is currently certified. Emphasis here to be placed on home made lifting equipment. Visually check that all lifting gear is colour coded with current colour in use.

4.6.2

Cranes Confirm that all crane operators are approved by the MIC.

4.6.3

Personnel lifting Confirm that these persons are also approved by the MIC.

4.6.4

Offshore Personnel Basket

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.5.4 Precharge of accumulators and dampeners Accumulators and high pressure pulsation or suction dampeners shall be charged with nitrogen to Manufacturer's specification and by approved personnel. No NA

4.5.5 Pressurized operations Prior to starting a pressurized operation, a work permit shall be obtained.

Manual and Mechanical Lifting 4.6.1 Lifting Equipment Factory-built and certificated lifting equipment will be used on all rigs and worksites. Other lifting equipment will only be permitted after a successful documented load test.

4.6.2 Cranes Sedco Forex cranes or subcontracted cranes shall comply with HSE standards and shall be operated only be approved crane operators.

4.6.3 Personnel lifting Lifting of personnel shall only performed using equipment that complies with HSE standards. The person operating the lifting machinery shall be an approved operator.

4.6.4 Offshore Personnel Basket Transfer of personnel between the offshore unit and a boat shall only be allowed with the personnel basket.

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(Cont'd) 4.6.5 Air Tuggers Visually check tuggers and ensure they comply.

4.6.6

Handling and storage of tubulars

4.6.7

Tripping Tubulars

Derrick and Mast


4.7.1 Derrick and Mast Structure Visually confirm derrick/mast inspection from filed inspection lists and ensure that adequate follow-up action has been taken.

4.7.2

Casing Stabbing Board Visually confirm that casing stabbing boards are equipped with required safety devices and that these are inspected and included in lifting gear register. Also visually confirm that a safety harness is equipped at the stabbing board and secured to a fixed section of the derrick/mast structureand NOT the stabbing board.

4.7.3

Equipment installed in the derrick/mast

Hazardous Condition and Operations


4.8.1 Restricted Areas Visually confirm that hazardous areas are adequately and clearly signed.

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.6.5 Air Tuggers All tuggers shall be operated as per the Manufacturer's instructions, fitted with drum guards and control levers clearly marked up and down. No NA

4.6.6 Handling and storage of tubulars Tubulars shall be stored and handled safely.

4.6.7 Tripping Tubulars All rigs shall follow HSE procedures on tripping tubulars.

Derrick and Mast


4.7.1 Derrick and Mast Structure Derrick and mast shall be inspected and maintained.

4.7.2 Casing Stabbing Board Casing stabbing board shall be inspected and maintained.

4.7.3 Equipment installed in the derrick/mast All equipment installed in the derrick/mast shall be secured with a safety line of an appropriate size and strength, to prevent them from falling.

Hazardous Condition and Operations


4.8.1 Restricted Areas Signs shall be posted, clearly identifying restricted areas.

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(Cont'd) 4.8.2 Protection

4.8.3

Confined Spaces and Tank Entry Confirm that confined spaces or tank entry is only conducted after a Work Permit has been issued by the MIC. Ensure that all necessary safety equipment is on site for confined space and tank entry.

4.8.4

Helicopter Operations

4.8.5

Working Over Water

4.8.6

Hazardous Substances Handling and Storage Visually confirm that Material Safety Data Sheets are on rig for all hazardous chemicals. Also ensure that all chemical drums and sacks are clearly marked.

4.8.7

Pumping Flammable and/or Combustible fluids

4.8.8

Mud Pumps Rel ief Lines Confirm that a Work Permit is obtained prior to any maintenance work commencing on mud pumps.

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.8.2 Protection Fences, barriers, covers, guards and handrails shall be installed to control access to restricted areas. No NA

4.8.3 Confined Spaces and Tank Entry No one shall enter a confined space or tank without a work permit. Confined spaces and tank entry procedures shall be complied with.

4.8.4 Helicopter Operations Rules and instructions issued by the helicopter contractor or operator, relating to safety of helicopter operations shall be followed. Personnel are not permitted on the helicopter deck while the helicopter is landing or taking off.

4.8.5 Working Over Water On offshore rigs and inland water rigs, all over the side work shall not be permitted without a work permit.

4.8.6 Hazardous Substances Handling and Storage Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) shall be provided on each rig for each type of chemical used.

4.8.7 Pumping Flammable and/or Combustible fluids Pumping of flammable and/or combustible fluids with a cement unit will not be done unless the District Manager has been satisfied that adequate precautions have been taken and written permission given.

4.8.8 Mud Pumps Relief Lines Mud pumps shall be equipped with relief valves and bleed off devices.

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(Cont'd) 4.8.9 Wireline Operations

4.8.10 Well Perforating Confirm that a Permit to Work is obtained prior to commencing well perforating and included in the Permit to Work is radio silence, stopping electrical welding, TDS isolation and other electrical isolation as required.

4.8.11 Rig Moves Confirm that pre-rig move meetings are held and documented.

4.8.12 Supply Boats and Work Boats

Automotive Safety
4.9.1 Company Automotives Confirm that automotives are only driven by qualified drivers and that the driver performs a vehicle safety check.

4.9.2

Seat Belts

4.9.3

Driving Company Automotives Verify that the driver has a valid driving license, and is trained in defensive driving.

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.8.9 Wireline Operations Prior to conducting a wireline operation, a tool-box meeting shall be held with the crew and the service company doing the work. No NA

4.8.10 Well Perforating Perforating activities shall be carried out in accordance with Sedco Forex safety and well control procedures. They shall be covered by a work permit.

4.8.11 Rig Moves Prior to starting any rig move, a pre-move meeting shall be held between all parties involved.

4.8.12 Supply Boats and Work Boats Offshore, Sedco Forex employees shall not work on supply boats and work boats for the purpose of loading or off loading equipment.

Automotive Safety
4.9.1 Company Automotives Company automotives shall be regularly inspected and maintained.

4.9.2

Seat Belts In all Company cars, front and rear seat belts shall be installed and worn at all times by driver and all passengers.

4.9.3

Driving Company Automotives Company automotives shall be driven by approved persons holding a valid driving license recognized by the local authority, and trained in defensive driving.

Safety Policies - Auditors Guidelines


(Cont'd) 4.9.4 Vehicle Accident Prevention System (VAPS)

4.9.5

Journey Management Verify that emergency response plans are in place (in remote areas) to help search/rescue a vehicle.

4.9.6

Forklift and Whee l-Loader Operations

Communication
4.10.1 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB)

4.10.2 Public Address System (PA) Verify that public addres s system can be clearly heard throughout rig.

4.10.3 Talk Back System Discuss talk-back system with derrickman and driller and ensure that system works satisfactorily.

4.10.4 Hand-Held Radios Confirm that quantities of hand-held radios are available and rated for hazardous atmosphere. Ensure that radios are inspected and maintained.

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.9.4 Vehicle Accident Prevention System (VAPS) Company owned motor cars, vans and pick-ups shall be equipped with VAPS. No NA

4.9.5

Journey Management In remote areas, a journey management system shall be in place.

4.9.6

Forklift and Wheel-Loader Operations Forklifts and wheel-loaders shall be inspected, maintained and shall be operated by certified operators.

Communication
4.10.1 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) Each offshore and inland water rig shall be equipped with an EPIRB type A for the rig itself and type B for each lifeboat.

4.10.2 Public Address System (PA) All rigs shall be equipped with a Public Address system that can be clearly heard and understood throughout the rig.

4.10.3 Talk Back System All rigs shall be equipped with a hand-free communication system to allow communication between : The driller on rig floor and the derrickman at monkey board The driller on rig floor and the BOP working area

4.10.4 Hand-Held Radios Land rigs shall have at least three (3) units. Offshore rigs and inland water rigs shall have at least six (6) units.

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(Cont'd) 4.10.5 Radiotelephone distress frequency watch receiver Confirm that radio watch receiver is located in a 24 hour manned location and record frequency monitored ____________________

4.10.6 Helicopter VHF Radio

4.10.7 Helicopter Radio Beacon

4.10.8 Radio-Communication Verify the qualifications of at leas t two persons on rig. State qualifications __________________________________________________________

4.10.9 Bulletin Board

4.10.10 Days of LTI's Board

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.10.5 Radiotelephone distress frequency watch receiver All offshore rigs shall have a radiotelephone distress frequency watch receiver located in the radio-room, or other permanently manned area. No NA

4.10.6 Helicopter VHF Radio Any offshore or inland water rigs having helicopter operations shall be equipped with a VHF helicopter radio to communicate directly with the pilot.

4.10.7 Helicopter Radio Beacon Any rig having helicopter operations shall be equipped with an aircraft location beacon used for homing to the installation.

4.10.8 Radio-Communication There shall always be two approved persons capable of operating the communication equipment.

4.10.9 Bulletin Board All rigs and District office shall have a dedicated HSE Bulletin Board.

4.10.10 Days of LTI's Board All rigs shall have a LTI board updated every day.

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(Cont'd)

4.11

General and Miscellaneous

4.11.1 Drugs, Alcohol and Weapons Ensure the policy is posted in conspicuous places. Talk with rig crew at random and check their awareness and understanding of the policy.

4.11.2 Horseplay and Practical Jokes

4.11.3 Smoking Ensure adequate no smoking signs are posted.

4.11.4 Swimming and D iving

4.11.5 Wearing of Jewelry Visually confirm that jewelry is not worn.

4.11.6 Fishing with Hooks

4.11.7 Housekeeping

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes No NA

4.11

General and Miscellaneous

4.11.1 Drugs, Alcohol and Weapons All rigs shall have a substance abuse and weapons policy posted in conspicuous places.

4.11.2 Horseplay andPractical Jokes Horseplay or practical jokes are not permitted on any Sedco Forex worksite, at any time.

4.11.3 Smoking Smoking will be allowed only in designated areas.

4.11.4 Swimming and Diving Recreational swimming and diving is prohibited from all rigs.

4.11.5 Wearing of Jewelry Finger rings, ear rings, necklaces and bracelets shall not be worn while working on all rigs, workshops and yard.

4.11.6 Fishing with Hooks Recreational fishing with hooks is not permitted from all rigs.

4.11.7 Housekeeping Each worksite shall maintain the highest standards of housekeeping at all times.

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(Cont'd)

4.11.8 Welding and Cutting Confirm approved persons with the MIC.

4.11.9 Basic Safe Operating Practices

Safety Policies
(Cont'd) Yes 4.11.8 Welding and Cutting Welding and cutting shall be carried out by approved persons only. No NA

4.11.9 Basic Safe Operating Practices All personnel shall follow the Sedco Forex procedures on basic safe operating practices.

Environment Policies - Auditors Guidelines

5.1.

Environmental Protection Visually check rig specific waste minimization plans and ensure they are achieving objection.

5.2

Periodic Environmental Assessment Examine last assessment and observe for follow-up plans / actions. Date of assessment ______________________ by whom ___________________________

5.3

Rig Site Abandonment Survey Confirm that on land rigs, site survey has been conducted.

5.4

Environmental Emergency Response Plan Confirm that emergency plan is in place and that necessary persons are aware of plan.

5.5

Performance Measurement

State which measurements are be ing monitored and reported to whom.

5.6

Business Transaction Environmental Assessment

Environment Policies
Yes
5.1. Environmental Protection

No

NA

Protection of the environment shall be given due care and consideration while conducting operation on Sedco Forex worksites.

5.2

Periodic Environmental Assessment

Environmental assessment shall be conducted on every Sedco Forex worksite at least every two years.

5.3

Rig Site Abandonment Survey

A land rig location shall not be abandoned without performing a site abandonment survey.

5.4

Environmental Emergency Response Plan

Every Sedco Forex worksite shall have an environmental emergency response plan.

5.5

Performance Measurement

Each Sedco Forex rig shall monitor the progress made on waste minimization.

5.6

Business Transaction Environmental Assessment

No real property transaction shall be finalized without full consideration of the conclusion of an environmental assessment report.

Accident Reporting Policies - Auditors Guidelines


6.1 Accident Reporting

Verify accident file and ensure that necessary reports are being completed and forwarded as per procedures.

6.2

Accident Investigation Ensure that an investigation is carried out after an accident and that the analysis is made.

6.3

Management Inquiry

6.4

Accident Panel Review

Accident Reporting Policies


Yes
6.1 Accident Reporting

No

NA

All accidents and potential accidents shall be reported and analyzed as per Sedco Forex procedures.

6.2

Accident Investigation

For any reportable accident, an Accident Investigation shall be carried out on site and an analysis shall be made to determine the action(s) to be taken for preventing recurrence.

6.3

Management Inquiry

A Management inquiry shall take place after each catastrophic accident or potentially catastrophic accident.

6.4

Accident Panel Review

The Region HSE Committee shall review all real accidents with a severity classified serious or above.