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Client
: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

JOB PROCEDURE
FOR
HSE PLAN

DOC. NO. NRP/GAIL/ABPL/GN/JP-02

Project
Client
Consultant
Contractor
ML
JP

0
Rev

: AURAIYA BABRALA PIPELINE WORKS.


: GAIL (INDIA) LIMITED.
: ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED.
: NRP PROJECTS PVT. LTD.
: MAINLINE
: JOB PROCEDURE

05.06.14

Date

For Review
& Approval

Description

Prepared by
NRP

Checked by
NRP

Reviewed by
EIL/GAIL

Approved by
EIL/GAIL

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

INDEX
SECTION
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.0
3.0
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5.0
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
7.0
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.1.4
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.2.1
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.5.1
8.6
8.6.1
8.6.2
8.7
8.7.1
8.8
8.9
8.9.1
8.9.2
8.9.3
8.10
8.11

DESCRIPTION
Introduction
Application & Scope
Reference codes Applicable
Objectives
Health & Safety Policy
Environment Policy
Organization & Responsibilities
Project Manager
HSE Manager / Safety Engineer
Site In charge / Supervisor
Sub Contractor
Project HSE committee
HSE Objective & Targets
Implementation of HSE Plan
New Employee Induction
Training & Tool box talk
Risk Assessment Method Statement and Safety Systems of Work
Awareness & Promotion
Permit to work system
Job site Visits / Inspections / Audits
HSE Communication
Personal Protective Equipments (PPE)
Conformance Monitoring & corrective Action program
Emergency Planning & preparedness
Incident Reporting and investigation
Performance / Statistics Reporting
Health Standards & Practices
General Health & welfare of works
Accommodation
Drinking water
Garbage disposal
First aid facility
Safety Standards and work practices
Working hours
Personal behavior
Ban on alcohol, drugs, & smoking
Personal protective equipment
Housekeeping
Fire preventing & Protection
Fire permit
Working at height
Ladders
Scaffolding
Hoisting work
Hoisting Gear & Hoisting Material
Arc welding
Acetylene welding, cutting, & propane, butane burners
Grinding
Blasting cleaning
Joint coating
Electricity
Equipment plant & machinery

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

SECTION
8.12
8.13
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.6.1
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10
10.11
10.12
10.13
10.14
10.15
10.16
10.17
10.18
10.19
10.20

DESCRIPTION
Storage of Hazardous material
Excavation
Pressure testing
Lighting
Communication
Radioactive sources
Measures in accordance with special weather conditions
Waste Disposal plan
Scope
Purpose
Reference
Definitions
Responsibilities
Procedure
Annexure ( format )
Monthly HSE Checklist cum compliance Report
Accident / Incident Report
Supplementary Accident / Incident Investigation Report
Near Miss Incident Suggested Proforma
Monthly Health, Safety & Environment(HSE) Report
Permit for Working at Height (Above 2 Meter)
Grant PF permit and Extentions
Confined Space Entry Permit
Radiation Work Permit
Demolishing/Dismantling Work Permit
Toolbox talk report
Electrical safety inspection report
Hydro testing report
Excavation Clearance Permit
Clearance for Slab Concreting & Other Scaffolding
Radiography Information Report
House Keeping Inspection Report
Safety Violation Report
Scaffolding Inspection Report
Crane / Heavy Equipment Inspection Report
Organization Chart

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.
1.0 INTRODUCTION (GENERAL)
1.1 APPLICATION & SCOPE
This Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) Plan describes the HSE Program of the CONTRACTOR, which
shall be implemented in this project for the safety of personal, equipment and protection of environment.
1.2 REFERENCE CODES APPLICABLE
EIL Specification
HSE management system manual of GAIL & EIL
a) IS: 2925 1984, IS: 4770 1968, IS: 6994 1973 (part I) IS: 1989 1986 (part I&II),
IS: 383.8 1975, IS: 5557 1969, IS: 6519 1971, IS: 11226 1985, IS: 5983 1978,
IS: 9167 1979,IS: 3521 1983.
c) Applicable HSE legislation.
1.3 OBJECTIVES
This HSE management Plan is an integral part of the overall HSE Management system for the Project
developed by the CONTRACTOR for this project. This program explains the administrative system for the
control of all project activities related to HSE matters.
2.0 HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY
NRP firmly believes that its employees are its greatest assets.
The NRP gives equal importance to Health, Safety and Environment Policy like any other business policy
of the company and shall not sacrifice safety for the sake of ostensible high production.
The NRP shall pursue Health, Safety and Environment Policy in line with the client, local laws and
international standards.
The NRP shall provide safe and healthy working conditions including all necessary safety and personal
protective equipment while maintaining efficient production without detriment to the environment.
The NRP shall provide safe working system coupled with adequate safety training to create safety
awareness so as to inculcate safety consciousness amongst employees to ensure prevention of accidents.
The improvement in safety in a project site is a continuous process with a direct thrust on employees to
make conscious effort to do so.
3.0 ENVIRONMENT POLICY
The NRP aims at carrying out all activities without disturbing the ecological balance. The NRP organizes
training programs to educate its people in the use of latest techniques for prevention, appraisal and
restoration of the environment.
The NRP strives to develop and provide services to its customer, protecting the natural resources and
keeping in mind their impacts on the environment.
The NRP is committed by this policy to not only abide by the prevailing legal requirements but also to
further enhance the cause of cleaner and healthier living.

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.
4.0 ORGANIZATION & RESPONSIBILITIES
The NRP has the ultimate responsibility for the health and safety of personnel and for minimizing
environmental impact of the work.
The Project Manager shall review HSE management plan and construction procedures and ensure that
they meet the Owners policy and performance standards. Please refer annexure for HSE organization
chart.
4.1 PROJECT MANAGER

Has overall responsibility for HSE performance of the project, including construction. Makes it clear that
health, safety and environment are line responsibility. Holds employees accountable for their performance
in HSE Ensures that all significant HSE risks have been identified and that procedure have been
implemented to reduce the risks to as low and reasonably practicable. Arrange, implementation of safety
Policies, objectives and targets & monitors their compliance. Assumes overall responsibility on matters
pertaining to safety with regard to project execution. Demonstrates by example his commitment and
personal concerns for HSE matters.
Ensures that all accidents, occupational illness and environmental incidents are promptly investigated.
4.2

HSE MANAGER / SAFETY ENGINEER

Assists management in promoting and maintaining good control including provision and use of protective
clothing & equipment to ensure that various activities are conducted under safe conditions to eliminate
hazards such as injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
Assists management in identification of potential hazards, preparation of emergency plans and safety
organizations advises on implementation of local standards, codes of practice, regulations and other
recommendations in relation to the method statement prepared by the line management and suggest
improvements needed before the job execution.
Advise employees on all matters affecting accident prevention & implementation of safety policy including
training the employees on safety to ensure that they understand the safety requirement and strictly follow
safety procedures.
Selects the subjects for toolbox topics and organizes talks on the same. Makes regular inspections to
identify unsafe working practices, conditions and fire hazards, reports on results of inspection and
recommends necessary measures for remedying unsafe events.
Provides necessary accident investigation report, cause of accident and findings; and control measures to
prevent recurrence. Organizes safety promotional activities.
Keep liaison with other agencies such as medical & health facilities, fire fighting and Security in general
relevant to safety implementation.
HSE Manager will have qualification and experience in line with doc no.8516-000-16-71-TR-06 Rev.C
4.3

SITE INCHARGE/SITE SUPERVISOR

Shall report to the Resident Construction Manager.


Conducts his daily work supervision with Safety requirements as a priority. Carries out toolbox meeting
to ensure his work crew are made aware of hazard that may be encountered on the job and adhere to
hazard management controls.

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Makes sure all work crews are issued with the required Safety wear &have attended the initial Safety
induction.
Monitors and observes that work crews are practicing safe work standards and raises their safety
awareness.
Carries out daily checks to ensure that hand tools and equipment are in good working condition and log
of such checks is maintained.
Maintains the work site housekeeping in an orderly manner.
4.4 SUB CONTRACTORS
Must attend both Owner and NRP Safety induction briefing.
Be fully equipped with the required standard safety wear & gear whenever present on the work site.
Workers must be supervised and attended to by a full time competent supervisor approved by the
Construction Manager.
Must obtain an approval permit to work before carrying out work in the Owners premises.
Takes all necessary precautions to ensure that their activities would not affect other fellow workers, any
third parties in the premises or cause any damage.
4.5 PROJECT HSE COMMITTEE
This comprises section In charges, The Project Manager as chairman and safety manager functioning as a
coordinator. The objective and scope of the committee is to translate Health, Safety & Environment policy
and programs of the company into action through various departments/ safety committees. Review of
safety performance of project along with the compliance status in respect of statutory requirements.
Discuss and initiate action on deviation of laid down procedures as and when required. Examine safety
audit reports, safety suggestions and take appropriate action for possible implementation. Review of
accidents, dangerous occurrences and sick reports and take appropriate action.
Ensure adequacy of safety training, safety and Health promotional activities at work place.
The frequency of the meetings shall be once a month.
5.0

H S E OBJECTIVES / TARGETS

The safety objectives are to ensure the project shall be carried out without causing injuries or illness to
personnel, and damage to property or environment.

Provide a safe working environment


Ensure the safety of all personal within or area of work.
Protect the public from injury.
Prevent loss or damage to property resulting from on activities.
Comply legislative regulation.

NRPs H S E targets for the project are: Fatalities and loss injury
Fire
Explosions
Environnemental incidents
Vehicle / Transport Incidents

NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL

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6.0 IMPLEMENTATION OF H S E PLAN
This section outlines the HSE PLAN with a specific and schedule programmed of activities, which shall be
implemented as the means to achieve the Safety objectives and targets as specified in item 5.0.
6.1 NEW EMPLOYEE INDUCTION
This is imparted to all employees before engaging them on job. All management personnel including site
engineers and supervisors from the company as well as sub contractors shall receive this training and in
turn they should train the employees working under their control with the help of site safety officers.
Topics to be discussed in the Induction training program shall include but not limited to the following.
1. Company safety policy.
2. General philosophy of accident prevention.
3. Site safety organization.
4. Emergency procedures.
5. Accident reporting system.
6. General Safety rules and regulations of the site.
7. Good Housekeeping
8. Environmental awareness.
9. Job Safety Analysis
10. Safe work methods / Method statements.
11. Job specific safety instructions
12. Material handling
13. Scaffolding.
14. Working at height.
15. Crane operations, lifting & slinging.
16. Excavation.
17. Handling of electrically driven equipment.
18. Operations in confined space.
19. Vehicles and traffic control.
20. First aid.
6.2

TRAINING AND TOOLBOX TALKS

Contractor shall be organizing daily tool box talks to work groups on various subjects to prior to start of
work inculcate safety philosophy. The safety Engineer and assist line supervisors in organizing such talks
at regular intervals shall prepare subject for the same.
6.3

RISK ASSESSMENT METHOD STATEMENT AND SAFE SYSTEMS


OF WORK

RISK assessment identifies potential hazards that may lead to accidents while performing a task. It helps to
identify necessary precautions to be taken by the line management to eliminate or guard against such
hazards, before starting the job.
While selecting jobs for conducting risk analysis the priority is given for the tasks where more accidents
have taken place. The task having potential for serious accidents even though there may not have been
accidents yet is considered next. Further, new activity that might not have been previously carried out is
studied.

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The supervisors involve skilled operator who knows the job thoroughly and has proper attitude towards
conducting the job safety analysis so that all the people concerned with the assigned task are fully involved
in safety plans and programs and get their co-operation needed.
Successive steps required for completing the task to be performed are identified for conducting risk
analysis. The potential hazards associated at each step of operation are recognized and necessary
precaution taken to eliminate or to safe guard against such hazards and thus establish safe method of
work.
6.4

AWARENESS & PROMOTION

To promote safety awareness amongst all levels of employees Contractor shall be organizing safety
promotional programs that shall include but not limited to the following:
Display of safety posters relevant to the activity in the work area. Provide safety performance display
boards at suitable locations in which safety statistics, safety messages, action items arising out of safety
meetings etc. shall be displayed. Toolbox talks are conducted on various subjects to the work groups
periodically. Safety Newsletters shall be published and distributed amongst all employees. A
comprehensive incentive program shall be evaluated and awards shall be given to outstanding
performance achievers in safety.
6.5

PERMIT TO WORK SYSTEM

Prior to starting the work, the Contractor must have a valid work permit:

Either in the form of an order or work assignment supplemented by a written work permits of the
Owner for operation in natural gas stations, provided that a respective of owner is continuously present.

Or in the form of an order or work assignment for works at or in the vicinity of existing installation and
pressurized pipelines which are nit located in natural gas stations. Provided a representative of the Owner
is continuously present.

Or in the form of an order or work assignment for works other than foregoing.
The owners work permits must be issued for a well-defined working area and must be requested prior to
the start of the works. All special instructions must be in the permits must be strictly observed.
Carry out works without a valid work permit or outside the working are as described in the permit will be
considered a serious breach of the safety rules
6.6

JOB SITE VISITS/ INSPECTIONS / AUDITS

Contractor shall carry out Site safety inspections to keep informed about the general level of safety
efficiency, trends of accidents, consequences of unsafe conditions or unsafe practices with a proper
perspective for taking effective action to promote safer and healthier work places, and induce greater
awareness of the importance of health safety and welfare at work on the part of all concerned
6.7

HSE COMMUNICATION

Sufficient means of communication to allow the owner and / or support services to be immediately
informed in case of accident.

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6.8

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)

a) Employees are required to wear hard hat at and at all times with the chinstrap duly adjusted as
required. No drilling, tampering or changing the shape of the hard hat in any way is permitted. The safety
helmet should be fitted on the head in such a way that there should be a gap of 35 mm between the head
and the shell.
b) Employees are required to wear steel toe safety shoes at all times for all activities other than those in
the concrete related areas. For concrete related areas employees are required to wear gum boots. No
chapel or slippers, bare toes are not allowed at any time.
c) Employees are required to wear Face shields / Safety glasses when buffing, grinding, handling hot
materials and when there is a possible eye hazard in the work being carried out.
d) In case of working in off shore area, employees are required to wear Life jackets while working within 3
from the edge of the barge or beyond handrails (Barge or Platform / Structure). Employees are required to
wear life jackets while moving to and from Barge/Platform using boarding gears viz. Personal basket,
gangway, scramble nets, rope ladder, swing rope and open dingy.
e) Employees are required to wear suitable working dress (uniforms) where provided and ensure that the
buttons are properly secured while working. Loose garments, loose sleeves, and other clothing hanging
from the body are strictly prohibited.
f) Employees are required to use suitable respirators/gas masks for protection against harmful dusts,
chemical vapors, toxic gases and to work in Oxygen deficient areas (e.g. confined spaces) etc.
g) Employees are required to use safety nets, safety belts, harness, lifelines etc. while working at higher
elevations where it is not practicable to provide working platforms.
h) Employees are required to use suitable hand gloves for protection of hands from cut injuries, chemical
burns, hot burns etc. while handling such harmful substances / materials.
i) Employees are required to use earmuffs and earplugs for the protection of ears from higher noise
levels.
6.9 CONFORMANCE MONITORING AND CORRECTIVE ACTION PROGRAMME
All site supervisors shall be continuously monitor the work crew to ensure that they are conforming to safe
work practices.
Any cases of unsafe practices and non-conformance spotted shall be intervened and counseled tactfully.
6.10

EMERGENCY PLANNING AND PREPARDNESS

Emergency procedures should be laid down clearly and employees are instructed regarding the action to
be taken by them in case of an emergency.
6.11

INCIDENT REPORTING & INVESTIGATION:

All accidents/incidents having potential of the above shall be immediately reported to the Owner and / or
his representative in the prescribed format, and all such incidents will be thoroughly investigated by the
Safety Engineer & the Project manager to establish primary and contributory causes. The
recommendations of the accident/incident investigation report shall be implemented and monitored for
effectiveness.
6.12

PERFORMANCE/STATISTICS REPORTING:

Contractor will provide the Owner or his representative with weekly or monthly reports of HSE
performance, including injury and occupational illness and environmental statistics, details of safety, health
and environmental incidents and the results of monitoring effectiveness of HSE management elements
such as training, toolbox talks, inspections of equipment, housekeeping.

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7.0

HEALTH / HYGINE STANDARDS & PRACTICES

7.1

General Health and welfare of workers

7.1.1

Accommodation

Accommodation for the staff and work force with adequate number of toilets, bathrooms, washing facilities,
kitchen, dining, etc. shall be provided nearer to the site.
Adequate supply of water with, drinking water centers on site shall be provided. Electricity shall be provided
for 24 hrs. a day for lighting and backup generators shall be provided where necessary.
Local municipal regulations shall be strictly complied with regarding the disposal of waste, garbage etc. and
sewage system.
Sewage system including proper sanitation arrangement and garbage disposal shall be installed for both
staff accommodation as well as workers camps.
Adequate lighting to be provided inside living quarters and in the premises.
Proper transport facility to reach the employees to the job site.
Good visibility access at site entrances to all plant and personnel to enter and leave the site safely shall be
made.
Adequate warning at entrances and exits where necessary shall be provided.
7.1.2

Drinking water

Contractor shall provide sufficient potable water at work site as well as at camps. Water shall be stored
only in clean & rust proof water tanks mentioned for the purpose.
Solubility of drinking water shall be decided by chemical / biological analysis report
Temperature of drinking water shall be maintained
Regular analysis of water to ensure the portability.
7.1.3

Garbage disposal

A suitable means for garbage collection and disposal. Arrangements will be made for a daily collection of
food wastes from all food establishments and for not less than a twice weekly Collection of refuse from
living quarters and work sites.
7.1.4

First Aid Facility

Adequate first aid facilities with required medicines and equipment required as per tender requirement shall
be provided at work sites, office and all project vehicles to cater any incidents occurring. Any injury arising
during course of work shall be attended at site, provided that is of minor injury by the qualified first aid
personal (male/ nurse) available at site. If the injury requires proper medical attention and needs a qualified
doctor (like in case of trauma cases or eye injury cases) the injured persons shall be shifted to nearest
hospital immediately.
Every first aid box shall be distinctly marked with a red cross on white back ground.
First aid trained person shall be available at each site.
Emergency vehicle equipped with emergency items shall be designed for transport by emergency cars.
Details of all hospitals are furnished in the Emergency Plan.
The details of first aid box shall be as per Appendix B of 6-82-0001 Rev-03

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8.0

SAFETY STANDARDS & WORK PRACTICES

8.1

WORKING HOURS

The working hours at site is fixed for 9 hours at the initial stages of the project.
Work will start at 8.00 in the morning, with 15 minutes tea break in-between. Lunch timings are fixed from
1.00PM to 2.00PM. Afternoon working session is from 2.00pm to 6.15pm with 15 minutes recess for tea
break in-between. Work timings can if required can be extended further as per project requirement.
8.2

PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR

All employees of contractor shall behave correctly and necessary courtesy towards his colleagues,
employees of other Contracting parties and subcontractors representatives of the Owner and third parties.
Any person misbehaving shall be liable for disciplinary action.
All unsafe conditions and acts shall be brought to the notice of the Owner or his representative and their
recommendations shall be complied.
No existing installations of the Owner or third-partys shall be forbidden.
8.2.1

BAN ON ALCOHOL, DRUGS & SMOKING

Contractor will not allow any of its employees possessing any alcoholic beverages, Drugs and narcotics at
worksite or working under the influence of Alcohol, Drugs or any Narcotic substances at work site. If
anybody is found possessing any alcoholic beverages, Drugs and narcotics substances or working under
the influence of such substances, such persons will be immediately removed from the site. Such removal
shall be notified to all employees in the site as a warning to others.
A designated area for smoking shall be demarked.
The contractor adheres to the ban imposed by the Owner or his representative, to the imposition of
Smoking ban within the Owners installations and during the performance of interventions under gas.
Same ban is also applies to the contractors vehicles and worksite machines with in the enclosed
installations. Contractor shall take disciplinary actions against persons violating the above including that of
removal of such persons from the site.
8.3 Personal Protective Equipment
Suitable Industrial dress shall be provided to the work force working at the construction site re provided.
Safety Helmets:
All employees working on this project shall be provided with a safety helmet of good quality and condition.
(IS: 2925) Safety Footwear:
All work forces shall be given a pair of safety shoes with steel toe caps.
Safety Goggles & Face Shields:
Suitable safety goggles and face shields shall be used for the protection of eyes from U-V rays and face
from flying particles, dust, chemical splashes, etc.
Suitable Respirators/ mask shall be used for protection against harmful dusts, fumes, mist, chemical
vapors etc.

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In case of oxygen deficiency SCABA (self contained breathing apparatus) shall be used.
Suitable Gas masks shall be used for the protection against toxic gases and to work in Oxygen deficient
areas (e.g. Confined spaces).
Safety nets, Safety belts, Harness, Lifelines etc. shall be used while working at higher elevations where it is
not practicable to provide working platforms.
Suitable hand gloves shall be used for protection of hands from sharp, heavy, and abrasive, chemical
burns, hot burns etc. while handling such harmful substances / materials.(IS :6994-1973(part-1)
Ear Muffs, and Ear Plugs shall be used for the protection of ears from higher noise levels, exceed 85 db or
a continuous (full body hear mask)
Safety Belts shall be provided to all workforces working at heights above 2-mtr heights from ground level.
8.4

Housekeeping

Proper order shall be maintained at work site. Waste collection and waste disposal system shall be
established right from the beginning of the work at site.
Special precautions shall be taken while disposing of harmful material.
Suitable bins shall be provided at convenient locations for depositing the waste.
Passageways and walkways should be kept clear from all obstructions.
Adequate lighting facilities shall be provided in the working areas.
Proper arrangements shall be made for cleaning and disinfections of all sanitary facilities.
8.5

FIRE PREVENTION & PROTECTION

All storage areas for flammable liquids, gas cylinders, explosives etc. shall be located well away from work
site at designated places and away from field offices, welfare facilities and from any ignition sources.
No smoking signs shall be prominently posted at such storage areas. Adequate number of suitable fire
extinguishers shall be provided at all prominent locations.
All personnel will be trained in using portable fire extinguishers.
In normal pipeline works, which involves naked flame, viz. work with Acetylene, Propane, and Butane
gases and welding work no written permit shall be sought by the contractor. Only formal intimation to the
Owner or his representative shall be given about the details of the days work.
Fire warden shall be designated.
Type of fire Vis-A-vis fire extinguisher shall be as per Appendix C of Standard no. 6-82-0001 Rev-03
8.5.1 FIRE PERMIT
In normal pipeline works, which involves naked flame, viz. work with Acetylene, Propane, Butane gases
and welding work no written permit shall be sought by the contractor. Only formal intimation to the Owner
or his representative shall be given about the details of the days work.
However Contractor shall obtain a written permit from Owner or his representative, where there is a danger
of explosion is not ruled out at the operational Natural gas stations, at or in the vicinity of any underground

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pressurized gas pipelines, in the prescribed format of the concerned owners station, prior to start of the
work on daily basis.
All Special instructions stipulated by the Owner / his representative in the permits shall be strictly adhered
by the contractor and also treats the area as NO SMOKING zone. Contractor, in addition to the above also
shall keep suitable means of fire extinguisher while carrying such works.
8.6

WORKING AT HEIGHT

All works beyond 2 meter height shall have proper fall prevention systems viz. Scaffoldings, platforms etc.
apart from the above all personnel shall be provided with safety harnesses as line of defense.
All scaffolds and ladders shall be inspected by Designated Competent person before allowing personnel to
work at heights.
8.6.1

LADDERS

All ladders shall be of proper length and in good condition. Ladders with broken or missing rungs or steps,
broken or split side rails, or with other faulty or defective construction shall not be used in this project. Any
ladder with such defects are discovered, shall be withdrawn from service immediately. Single and
extension ladders are designed for use in a nearly vertical position and not to be used in horizontal
position. All ladders shall extend at least 1m above the level to be served.
All ladders shall be placed at a maximum verticality of 4:1 (4 vertical to 1 horizontal) having clear access at
top and bottom. While ascending or descending, the user shall face the ladder, use both hands and place
his feet near the ends of the rungs rather than the middle.
8.6.2 SCAFFOLDINGS
Any work to be carried at height requires a platform; contractor shall erect a proper scaffolding of
impeccable condition, with proper handrails, mid rails, and toe boards. Designated Competent person shall
inspect all scaffoldings before allowing anybody to work upon them. Only tubular scaffolding will be used
on this project.
8.7

HOISTING WORK

All crane operation or hoisting work shall be carried out under the supervision of rigger (foremen)
8.7.1 Hoisting Gear & Hoisting Material:
All machines brought to the site for Hoisting works shall be provided with health certificate after duly
inspected by contractors equipment in charge before put in to use. The capacity of device shall be
ascertained before using the same. Hoisting equipment such as hoisting straps, chains, steel ropes, hooks
and clamps shall be of good construction and without any defects. Only a skilled operator will be allowed to
operate the hoisting equipment.
For any critical load the brakes, boom, hook, wire ropes and pulleys, rope anchoring shall be inspected
thoroughly before the lift to ensure the cranes safe operation by a maintenance person. All Mobile cranes
shall be parked on hard soil or strong base. They shall not be placed near the edge of a pit or where
excavation is in progress.
The crane operator shall always operate the crane with the help of a well-trained signalman who renders
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The equipment maintenance department in charge and safety engineer shall carry out a periodical checkup
of crane wire ropes, slings, and shackles for any defects. Any faulty tools and tackles are replaced
immediately
8.8

ARC WELDING

Electrical shock, burns, fires, hazardous radiation and fumes are major risks involved in welding. Electric
shock may arise due to poor earthling. Leads and return lead shall be maintained without any breaks. In
addition to this, the job shall be grounded to the main earthling. Body earthling for the welding machine is
to be ensured.
The inspection lamp provided to the welders should be preferably of 24 V type to reduce the shock hazard.
Except the electrode holding jaw, the remaining part of the welding holder shall be fully insulated.
All combustible materials such as oil, paint, rags, etc., shall be cleared off where welding operations are
likely to be taken up. Before commencing any hot work in Owners installations, a written permit shall be
taken from the Owner or his representative in the prescribed format available at such installations. All
precautions laid down for carrying operations in such enclosures shall be fully complied with.
At the end of the job, before leaving the place of work, smoldering fires, if any, shall be put out. All cable
joints shall be made very rigidly and properly insulated to avoid the cables getting heated up or producing
sparks leading to fire hazards. Before permitting entry into closed spaces minimum oxygen for safe
breathing shall be tested by sampling. Welding in closed containers shall be commenced only after the
adequate ventilation and after ensuring that there are no toxic cases inside.
There will be radiant heat while working on preheated job.
Eye injuries are most common in welding. It could be caused due to seeing the arc welding rays directly /
indirectly and cutting flames with naked eye.
A welding shield or a welding helmet, made of fiber glass, dark in color and fitted with a proper shade filter
glass protects the welder from radiation, spatter and hot slag, fumes that emanate during welding, flying
material while removing excess metal and slag.
8.9

ACETYLENE WELDING & CUTTING, PROPANE & BUTANE BURNERS

All welding & cutting equipment used on this project shall of standard and good condition and installed
stably and sturdy manner. All butane & propane gas bottles shall be kept stably in such a way that they are
not tipped off.
Check valves (flash back arrestors) both end of the hose and torch should be installed at the torch and
each hose to prevent back flow of gases.
Proper blowback devices shall be installed on Acetylene cylinders. All hoses shall be off impeccable
condition. Proper inspection is made every day for any physical damages. Suitable Fire extinguishers shall
be kept at site while the working with naked flame.
8.9.1 GRINDING
Ensure guard on grinding machine. Use of PPE like safety shoes, face shield, grinding goggles, hand
gloves, Ear plugs, Mask, face shield etc. Special care shall be taken during overhead grinding. Work area
to be cordoned. Minimum required persons to be kept near and eye protection goggles to be used by them.
Provision of barriers for protection of flying material during grinding work. Check the grinding wheel fitting
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8.9.2 BLASTING CLEANING
Area to be appropriately covered to avoid the spreading of dust in surrounding area. Proper PPE must be
used, i.e. Body apron, dust mask, Hearing protection, face shield, safety glass.
8.9.3 JOINT COATING
Use of PPE like safety shoes, hand gloves, hardhat, face mask etc. Minimum required persons to be kept
nearby area. Work area to be cordoned. Only skilled person can carry out the activity. Keep fire
extinguisher nearby area. Dont use leaky gas cylinder
8.10

ELECTRICITY

All Electrical equipment including all generators, distribution panels, hand tools shall be inspected by
qualified electrician before put in to service and fix inspection tag.
All distribution panels shall be closed at all times while in use. And all connections shall be only through
waterproof plugs.
ELCB & MCB should be provided on all DBs and main switch board.
All cables used shall be off good condition and of standard make. Where traffic is likely to run over the
cable it will be protected with a sleeve and shall be buried under ground.
All electrical equipment shall be earthed properly. And all hand tools/power tools shall be off double
insulated type.
The central electrical site installation shall be fitted with a suitable earth switch with a circuit breaker, good
rating fuses, MCB shall be required.
Safety measures for electrical installations during construction shall be as per standard 7-51-0332 Rev-0.
8.11

EQUIPMENT (Plant & Machinery)

All equipment used on this project, regardless of their usage shall be of impeccable condition. And alwayskept in orderly manner. Regular maintenance / Health check of P&M shall be carried out to keep the
equipment in working condition and to avoid any breakdowns.
No safety device that is originally part of the equipment shall be removed under any circumstance. If
necessity arises such removal shall be notified to the Owner or his representative.
Working on energized circuit/ live wire is strictly prohibited.
During working nearby overhead electrical lines have careful observation for movement of earth moving
heavy equipments.
8.12

STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS/GASES)

One Centralized in each spread shall be established and the same shall be notified to the owner or his
representative.
Location of pipe storage yards shall be notified to the Owner or his representative as and when lease
agreement with the landowner is completed. All storage areas shall be kept clean and in orderly manner
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All hazardous material viz. gases, fuels, oils, etc. shall be stored separately and clearly marked.
Display notice in English/Hindi: HIGHLY FLAMMABLE, NO SMOKING, NO NAKED FLAME, and NO
MATCHES AND LIGHTERS ALLOWED.
All gas cylinders are stored separately on a firm base. Suitable and adequate fire extinguishers shall be
provided at locations where combustible materials are stored.
8.13

EXCAVATION

No excavations shall be carried inside the installations of the Owner, without a written work permit from the
Owner or his representative in the prescribed format of the said installation station.
Before taking up any excavation activity contractor shall ensure that there are no public utility services
running. To ascertain the above trial pit excavation shall be done manually.
All machinery used for the purpose shall be off good condition and construction. Only experienced
operators shall be allowed to operate the excavators. All Machines shall be placed well away from the edge
of the excavations.
The contractor with in 50 cm from the existing installations shall carry out no mechanical excavation,
without proper work permit from the Owner or his representative and their presence.
Any existing installations become visible during excavations, shall be properly supported and enclosed for
the entire duration of the works.
Every care shall be taken to prevent collapsing of trenches and pits. If necessary arises proper shoring will
be made to strengthen, and condition of wall will be checked on daily basis before start of works.
No trestle used for shoring of wall will be used for supporting equipment or material.
Sufficient ladders of good condition shall be provided if trenches are more than 1.5 m deep. If trenches are
to be made more than 4 m deep such works shall be carried out under constant supervision. Proper visual
barricading shall be made around deep exactions to warn and protect people from falling into the pits.
Where there are public highways interfere with the works proper signs shall be posted to warn the
oncoming traffic well in advance along with sand barriers.
Deep excavation signs shall be provided wherever deep excavations of more than 1.5m deep pits exist.
8.14

PRESSURE TESTING

All equipment that are used for carrying out pressure tests viz. hoses, couplings, testing heads etc. shall of
good construction and of impeccable condition with required test/calibration certificates.
A qualified person shall inspect all equipment before putting them on use and the same information shall
be given to the Owner or his representative.
Entire area of testing shall be barricaded and caution signs (PIPE LINES UNDER PRESSURE) shall be
provided during testing at every 500-meter interval in English & Local language.
8.15 LIGHTING
Proper lighting shall be arranged at work site in case the day lighting is insufficient.
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- General work area: 50 Lux
- Fine working area: 300 Lux As use of power tool, welding
- Hand lamp shall be used with protective cover/guard and double insulated wire.
8.16

COMMUNICATION

Proper communication systems shall be established at work site to inter act with Owner and his
representatives in case of any incident occurs.
8.17

RADIOACTIVE SOURCE

Contractor shall utilize the services of recognized inspection organizations with prior approval from the
Owner or his representative. All statutory regulations with regards usage to radioactive material shall be
complied with.
This work shall be carried out under control/ authorization/ supervision of RSO.
Proper standard warning signs shall be posted at the source station. Testing area will be earmarked and
cleared. Proper Hazard identification signs will be placed along with a safety guard to over view the area.
8.17.1 Radiation Safety:
Safety in this NDT method is first priority; hence all Technicians must work as per radiation safety guide &
all local rules and regulations.
During radiographic inspection the safety measures shall be observed in accordance with the following
Radiation Safety requirements
8.17.2 Personnel Radiation Protection Device
Each NDT person shall carry personal radiation dosimeter to measure the amount of radiation exposure he
was subjected to. The dosimeter shall be set to zero every day by the NDT Supervisor prior to sending the
NDT crews to work and at the end of each working day.
NDT personnel will be equipped with the following means of PPE:

Individual dosimeters

Radiometers

Film badge

Hard hat

Protective clothes and shoes


8.17.3 Area Protection Equipment and Safe Working Distance
At any location where radiography shall take place, a safe area shall be clearly defined and marked where
radiation level are at the maximum allowed exposure levels measured at the boundary of the marked.
The area within the above-defined boundary shall be called Radiography controlled area and it is under the
responsibility and control of NDT supervisor in charge of executing the specified work within this defined
area. In general the following instructions shall be adhered to:

The boundary of this area must be clearly identified and marked by the use of proper warning signs
and tape.

No person shall be allowed to remain or enter this area without approval of the NDT person in charge.
A member of NDT group shall be appointed to oversee the test area and prevent any unauthorized access
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8.17.4 Radiation Safety (According to Gamma-Ray Procedure)
When performing radiographic control of weld joints, safety rules shall be observed in accordance with the
requirements of BARC Safety Guide in Open Field Radiography.
When idle, gamma flaw-detectors shall be kept in a specialized and guarded storeroom whose design has
been approved by BARC.
8.18 MEASURES IN ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIAL WEATHER CONDITIONS
Contractor shall take all measures to avoid damage and injury resulting from prevailing or forecast weather
conditions.
In case of storms where there is a chance of lightning within one kilometer, the work shall be suspended
immediately. Always importance shall be given to the safety of personnel working at site
9.0
9.1

WASTE DISPOSAL PLAN


SCOPE

This procedure applies to all areas of work including offices, laboratories, workshops, fabrication yards,
welfare facilities and construction sites.
This procedure is intended to provide proper waste management arising out of the wastes that are
generated during construction. This is to achieve the following objective;
9.2

Minimize the potential to cure harm to human health and the environment.
Achieve and maintain compliance with the relevant project regulation.
PURPOSE

The purpose of this procedure is to outline the requirements for managing and controlling Waste
Management operations during construction.
9.3

REFERENCES

All applicable Local Authority requirements and regulations.


9.4

DEFINITIONS

Waste is a product for which we still do not know any use and every waste would one day prove to be a
valuable purpose and economic value. We should struggle to search for this economic value.
Waste Management is the act of keeping the working environment cleared of all unnecessary waste and
materials.

Hazardous Waste Classification: There are 3 classes of waste as follows:


Class I : Hazardous Waste

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All hazardous wastes are defined as Class I: they are classified as those, which constitute a high
degree of hazard for public health and the environment. Hazardous waste includes, those materials, which
are ignitable, corrosive, reactive, toxic or radioactive.

A substance is defined as hazardous depending on its physical and chemical properties, and its
quantity. All recovered spilled industrial material is to be treated as hazardous waste and cannot be
disposed of directly to landfill unless it meets the Local Regulatory Authority requirements.
Non Hazardous Wastes
Class II: Biodegradable or Chemical Decomposable Waste

A non-hazardous solid waste as any waste that is not hazardous; they can be classified as:
Class II: Biodegradable or Chemical Decomposable Waste
Decomposable waste (Class II) - Non-hazardous solids and sludge which are biologically or
chemically reactive in the natural environment such as paper, wood, household garbage, some metals,
animal wastes and digested sewage sludge.
Class III: Inert Waste
Inert waste (Class III) - Wastes which are not biologically or chemically active in the natural
environment. Examples include glass, concrete and brick materials, broken clay and chinaware, most
plastics and manufactured rubber products.
9.5 RESPONSIBILITIES
Project Manager:
Ensure that Waste Management Procedure is being implemented through NRP.
HSE Manager/Engineer: Responsible for the implementation of this procedure and monitoring compliance.
Site Supervision:

Will assign duties under this procedure for the establishment and maintenance of good waste
management standards.

Will carry out regular inspection of the areas under their control to ensure compliance.

Will report back to the HSE Manager/Engineer on any concerns noted with the application of this
procedure.
Subcontractors: All subcontractors shall be required to comply with this procedure.
9.6 PROCEDURE
9.6.1. Solid Waste Management
9.6.1.1. Policy & Objectives
NRP will manage their waste in such a manner so as to prevent danger to the health and safety of their
employees, the public, and to minimize the impact on the environment.
NRP will devise plans and procedures to reduce the volumes of unnecessary wastes that might be
produced through its scope of work on the project.
9.6.1.2. Sources

The sources of wastes that will be generated on this project are:


Domestic Wastes

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Construction Wastes
Hazardous Wastes
Offices

The following arrangements will be applied to office accommodation:


Litter-bins will be emptied at the end of each working day.
Copier fluid or any other source of combustible material will be stored in a safe place away from any
potential ignition sources.

Construction Site

Tools, equipment and raw materials in use at the workplace will be kept to the minimum required, as
commensurate with efficient working practice. Tools and other equipment shall be removed as soon as
possible to their defined storage area after use.
Shuttering and other timber articles will be de-nailed and stacked in a location away from the work
areas and access routes.
Scaffolds will be swept and loose material removed on a daily basis.
Designated areas will be identified for the racking and storage of scaffold tubes and fittings.

Maintenance Workshops

Flammable liquids, including paints, thinners and solvents will be kept in containers built for that
purpose away from sources of ignition.
Rags, Cardboard or other carbonaceous materials contaminated by oil or other combustibles, shall be
disposed of on a regular basis to prevent build up and shall be contained in a sealed container.
Areas around grinders and other rotating equipment shall be kept free of trip hazards and shall have
safe access maintained.
Maintenance pits shall be regularly cleaned and have any liquid build up removed.
Used oil for disposal shall be drained and contained in sealed containers.

General Considerations

Workshops and fabrication yard shall be maintained clear of debris, waste and other rubbish, which shall
be disposed of as per waste collection schedule.
Wastes disposal containers shall be sited for food waste, and other such areas as utilized for eating shall
be kept clean and tidy.
Food waste and garbage containers shall be of durable material and shall have appropriate sealing covers
to prevent infestation of rodents and vermin.
9.6.1.3. Segregation
In order to properly handle the solid wastes generated on this project, the wastes will be segregated into the
following categories:
Combustible solid waste
Non-combustible solid waste
Recyclable solid waste/Reusable solid waste
Hazardous wastes
9.6.1.4. Collection
The waste will be collected as it accumulates or at the end of the days work or as necessary and will be
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Non-combustible waste will be collected in temporary skips/containers pending transport to the designated
disposal area.
All combustible waste will be collected on daily basis and stored in proper containers in a designated nonsmoking area on the project pending transport to the municipality disposal area. Combustible waste will not
be allowed to accumulate.
NRP will use appropriate containers to collect the combustible waste. This facilitates its transport from the
locations to temporary storage and then for final disposal.
Construction debris and demolition waste shall not be allowed to accumulate such that it presents a safety
hazard for the workers, or detracts from the aesthetic values of the community. This material shall be
removed as the material is produced to the solid waste disposal site at the earliest opportunity.
9.6.1.5. Storage
Prior to disposal in the designated disposal areas, solid wastes shall be temporarily stored such that they
will not constitute a fire, health, safety or environmental hazard or be accessible to animals and carrier
animals.
All refuse containing food wastes shall be properly stored to avoid infestation of vermin and rodents.
Waste storage area shall be provided with a sealing between the stored waste and underlying surface
layers.
A long term temporary storage area will be created to store wastes pending transport to disposal sites.
Non-hazardous waste should normally be disposed of immediately. In exceptional circumstances nonhazardous waste material may be stored on a specific site before its final disposal.
This site shall be properly designed and equipped with suitable drainage control. There shall be adequate
control of windblown materials, pests, odors etc.
NRP will supply and use his own plastic disposable garbage bags and deliver or contract to deliver all
combustible waste to the designated burning facilities.
Non-combustibles are to be placed in plastic bags and disposed of into designated skips/containers for
transportation to a designated area.
9.6.1.6. Disposal
All combustible waste will be delivered to the designated burning facility.
Solid wastes and suitably de-watered semi-solids and sludge (Class II & III materials) will be disposed of in
a sanitary land-fill or as stipulated in the Local Regulatory Authority Requirements.
Non-combustible material will be disposed of as follows:
All domestic non-combustible material will be disposed of in the designated disposal area.
All construction non-combustible waste will be disposed of in the designated disposal area.
Hazardous Waste Management
9.6.2.1. Sources
Hazardous wastes are defined as wastes which constitute a high degree of hazard for public health and the
environment.
Hazardous waste includes those materials, which are ignitable, corrosive, reactive, toxic or radioactive.
All recovered spilled industrial material is to be treated as hazardous waste and cannot be disposed of
directly to landfill unless it meets the Local Regulatory Authority Requirements.

Hazardous wastes expected from the project are as follows:


Waste chemicals
Waste lubricants

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Oily sand
Tank & other sludge
Batteries
Tyres
Oil drums (empty)
Clinical waste
Other waste

9.6.2.2. Segregation
Hazardous wastes will be segregated into the different categories indicated above.
9.6.2.3. Collection
Clinical waste will be collected from the site medical facilities and from the mobile first aid units on daily
basis.
Waste chemicals and lubricants will be collected in compliance with the suggestions and recommendations
of the specific Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
9.6.2.4. Storage
Hazardous waste material shall be stored in a separate storage area specifically designated for this
purpose. The area shall have an impervious surface with a suitable drainage control, roofing and be
appropriately bounded.
Special precautions shall be taken to treat surface run-off from this area, and also for the disposal of fire
water.
All hazardous waste shall be properly stored. Containers shall be marked with warning labels to accurately
describe their contents and detail appropriate safety precautions.
Incompatible hazardous wastes shall not be stored in the same storage or transportation container.
Hazardous chemicals shall be stored and handled in accordance with the Manufacturers Material Safety
Data Sheet (MSDS) or as per the Clients or Local Regulatory Authority Requirements.
NRP shall have readily available all the relevant MSDSs at the Chemical Storage Area and the location
where chemicals are being used. The project procurement Manager will be responsible to acquire all the
MSDSs from the Suppliers.
9.6.2.5. Waste Transportation
NRP will use appropriate containers to collect the combustible waste. This facilitates its transport from the
locations to temporary storage and then for final disposal
9.6.2.6. Disposal
Hazardous waste (Class I) shall not be disposed of directly to the municipal landfill; co-disposable with
municipal waste is technically acceptable provided that it meets the requirements of the Local Regulatory
Authorities.
Hazardous waste will be disposed off at designated hazardous waste disposal area
9.6.3 Recyclable Material

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Recycling Facilities will be researched for the area. If the facilities are not available for recycling then the
waste will be segregated for its combustibility versus non-combustibility and disposed accordingly as per
the waste disposal procedure.
If the facilities are available for recycling, then the recyclable waste will be segregated according to the
types and locations of recycling facilities in the area. Proper transportation and delivery of the recyclable
material will be made.
9.6.3.1 Legislative requirements & complaints
The employer shall ensure at a construction site of a building or other construction work that(a) Debris are handled and disposed of by a method which does not cause danger to the safety of a
person.
(b) Debris is not allowed to accumulate so as to constitute a hazard;
(c) Debris is kept sufficiently moist to bring down the dust within the permissible limit;
(d) Debris are not thrown inside or outside from any height of such building or other construction work;
(e) on completion of work, left over building material, article or other substance or debris are disposed of as
soon as possible to avoid any hazard to any traffic or person.
9.6.3.2 Records
- Waste inventory
- Waste transfer
9.6.3.3 Monitoring and Audit
All site supervisors shall be continuously monitoring the work crew to ensure that they are conforming to
safe work practices.
Any cases of unsafe practices and non-conformance spotted shall be intervened and counseled tactfully.
9.6.4. Miscellaneous
Radioactive sources shall be stored, Secured and handled with extreme care as per Local Regulatory
Authority requirements.
9.6.5. Waste water Management
9.6.5.1. Sources of Wastewater

Salty Waters construction water excessive sediment loss


Hydrostatic test water
Liquid (Raw) sewage from the camp, canteen and construction yard.

9.6.5.2. Collection
Sanitary effluents shall be collected in a septic tank or equivalent system or available sewage system.
Commissioning, pickling and pigging liquids: inadequate disposal of liquids from components after
commission, pickling or pigging can cause contamination of soil and groundwater.
All liquids will be disposed of according to the Local Regulatory Authorities Requirements.
9.6.5.3. Storage

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Raw sewage produced from the construction yards will be collected in septic tanks and will be trucked to
the central treating facilities.
Liquid storage container: spills and leaking of containers can cause contamination of groundwater.
9.6.5.4. Treatment
Sewage water generated from the camp, the canteen, and the construction yard will be treated at the
sewage treatment plant or area where designated by the purchaser.
Sewage: inadequate treatment of sewage liquid and solids (from construction yard, construction residence
camp) has a possible risk to public health and odor in the environment.
A sewage treatment plant will be installed in order to treat waste water generated from the project.
Solid sludge (digested sludge only) shall be transported to the final disposal site or shall be used as
fertilizer. Active sludge shall be treated before disposal or use as fertilizer.
9.6.5.5. Disposal
The wastewater that is treated will meet the requirements the World Health Organization (WHO) for
Agricultural reuse for purposes of irrigation and in accordance with the Local Regulatory Authority
Environmental requirements.
Records: At the minimum, the contractor shall maintain / submit HSE records in the approved formats:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Monthly HSE Checklist cum compliance report


Accident / Incident Reports
Supplementary Accident / Incident Investigation Report
Near Miss Incident Report
Monthly HSE Report
Permit for working at height
Permit for working in confined space
Permit for radiation work
Permit for demolishing / dismantling

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Annexure (Formats)

10.0

Format No.

Rev

10.1

Monthly HSE Checklist cum compliance report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM01

10.2

Accident / Incident Reports

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM02

10.3

Supplementary Accident / Incident Investigation Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM03

10.4

Near Miss Incident Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM04

10.5

Monthly HSE Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM05

10.6

Permit for working at height

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM06

10.7

Permit for working in confined space

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM07

10.8

Permit for radiation work

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM08

10.9

Permit for demolishing / dismantling

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM09

10.10

Toolbox Talk Record

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM10

10.11

Electrical Safety Inspection Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM11

10.12

Hydro testing Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM12

10.13

Excavation Clearance Permit

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM13

10.14

Clearance For Slab Concreting & Other Scaffoldings

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM14

10.15

Radiography Information Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM15

10.16

Housekeeping Inspection Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM16

10.17

Safety Violation Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM17

10.18

Scaffolding inspection Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM18

10.19

Crane/Heavy Equipment Inspection Report

NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM19

10.20

Organization Chart

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Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.1)

MONTHLY HSE CHECKLIST CUM COMPLIANCE REPORT


Date:

Inspection By:
Note: write "N.A" wherever the item is not applicable
ITEM

YES

NO

REMARKS

ACTION

HOUSE KEEPING
Waste containers provided and used
Sanitary facilities adequate and clean
Passageways and Walkways clear
General neatness of working areas
Others
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Goggles; Shields
Face protection
Hearing protection
Safety shoes provided
Hand protection
Respiratory Masks etc.
Full body harness confirming to CC, EN 361
Hard hat (HDPE)
Others
EXCAVATIONS / OPENINGS
Openings properly covered or barricaded
Excavations shored
Excavations barricaded
Overnight lighting provided
HOUSE KEEPING
Gas cylinders chained upright
Cables and hoses not obstructing
Screens or shields used
Flammable materials protected
Fire extinguishers accessible
Others
SCAFFOLDING
Fully decked platforms
Guard and intermediate rails in place
Toe boards in place
Adequate shoring
Adequate access
LADDERS
Extension side rails 1 m above
Top of landing
Properly secured
Angle 70 from horizontal
Others

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: GAIL (India) Limited
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(10.1)

MONTHLY HSE CHECKLIST CUM COMPLIANCE REPORT


Date:

Inspection By:
Note: write "N.A" wherever the item is not applicable
ITEM
HOISTS, CRANES AND DERRICKS
Condition of cables and sheaves O.K
Condition of slings, chains, hooks and eyes O.K.
Inspection and maintenance logs maintained
Outriggers used
Signs / barricades provided
Signals observed and understood
Qualified operators
Others
MACHINERY,TOOLS,AND EQUIPMENT
Proper instruction Safety devices
Proper codes
Inspection and maintenance
Others

YES

NO

REMARKS

ACTION

VEHICLE & TRAFFIC


Rules and regulations observed
Inspection and maintenance
Licensed Drivers
Others
TEMPORARY FACILITIES
Emergency Instructions posted
Fire extinguishers provided
First aid equipment available
Secured against storm damage
General neatness
In accordance with electrical requirements
Others
FIRE PREVENTION
Personal instructed
Fire extinguishers checked
No smoking in prohibited areas
Hydrants clear
Others
ELECTRICAL
Proper wiring
ELCBs provided
Ground fault circuit interrupters
Others
HANDLING & STORAGE OF MATERIALS
Properly stored or stacked
Passageways clear
Others
FLAMMABLE GASES AND LIQUIDS
Containers clearly identified
Proper storage
Fire extinguishers near by
Others

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.1)

MONTHLY HSE CHECKLIST CUM COMPLIANCE REPORT


Date:

Inspection By:
Note: write "N.A" wherever the item is not applicable
ITEM
WORKING AT HEIGHT
Erection plan
Safety nets
Safety belts and lanyards; Chute lines
Others
ENVIRONMENT

YES

NO

REMARKS

ACTION

Chemical and other Effluents


Cleaning liquid of pipes disposed off properly
Seawater used for hydro testing disposed off as per
agreed procedure.
Lubricant Waste / Engine oils properly disposed
Waste from Canteen, offices, sanitation etc.
disposed properly
Disposal of surplus earth, stripping materials, Oily
rags and combustible materials done properly
Green belt protection
HEALTH CHECKS
Hygienic conditions at labour camps O.K.
Availability of First Aid facilities.
Proper sanitation at site, office and labour camps
Arrangement of medical facilities
Measures for dealing with illness
Availability of Potable drinking water for workmen &
staff
Provision of crches for children.

Remarks / Any Significant Problem:

Safety Engineer: _______

Reviewed By EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM01

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: GAIL (India) Limited
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Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.2)

ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORT

(To be submitted by contractor after every Accident / Incident within 24 hours)


Report:______________

Date :-______________
Name of the site:-_________________________
Name of work: ___________________________

Type of Accident \Incident:

Fatal

Other Lost Time

Non Loss Time

First-Aid Case

Name of the injured


:
Age
:
Fathers Name
:
Sub-contractor M/s
:
Date & time of Accident/Incident :
Location
:
___________________________________________________________________
Brief Description of Accident / Incident:

Cause of Accident / Incident

Nature of Injury/damage
Medical Aid provided/actions taken
Intimation to local authorities (if applicable)

Signature of Contractor with seal

To
Owner
PM / Owners Representative

1 copy
1 copy

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM02

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.3)

SUPPLEMENTARY ACCIDENT / INCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORT

(To be submitted by contractor after every Accident / Incident within 24 hours)


Supplementary to Report No.:
Date
:

(Copy enclosed)

Work Order No.:


Name of the injured
:
Age
:
Fathers Name
:
Sub-contractor M/s
:
Date & time of Accident/Incident
:
Location
:
_____________________________________________________________________________
Brief Description & Cause of Accident / Incident:

Nature of Injury/damage
Comments of Medical Practitioner, who attended the victim/injured
Suggested improvement in the working condition, if any
Loss of man days and impat on site works

Any other comment by Safety Officer


Signature of Contractor with seal

To
Owner
PM / Site Incharge EIL

1 copy
3 copies

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM03

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.4)

NEAR MISS INCIDENT SUGGESTED PROFORMA

Report No:
Date:
Incident Reported by

:
Date & time of Accident/Incident

Location
:
_____________________________________________________________________________
Brief Description Incident:

Probable Cause of Incident:


Suggested Corrective Action:
Loss of man days and impat on site works

Steps taken to avoid recurrence

Yes

No

Signature of Contractor with seal

To
Owner
PM / Site Incharge EIL

1 copy
3 copies

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM04

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.5)

MONTHLY HEALTH, SAFETY, & ENVIRONMENT (HSE) REPORT

Actual work start Date: _______________


For the Month of _____________
Report No.:
Date:
Status as on: ________________
Name of Work ________________ Name of Safety Officer_____________
Upto
This
ITEM
Prev.
Month

Cumm.

Average no. of staff & workmen


Man-hours worked
Number of HSE meetings organized at site
Number of HSE awareness programs conducted at site
Number of Loss Time Accidents (Fatal)
Number of Loss Time Accidents (Other LTA)
Number of Loss Time Injuries (Fatalities)
Number of Loss Time Injuries (Other LTI)
Number of Non Loss Time Accidents
Number of First Aid Cases
Number of Near Miss Incidents
Man days lost due to accidents
LTA Free Man-hours: i.e. Number of LTA free man-hours
from the last LTA
Compensation raised with Insurance
Compensation cases resolved and paid to workmen
Whether workmen compensation policy taken
Whether workmen compensation policy valid
Whether workmen registered under ESI Act,
applicable
Remarks if Any

Date:

as

Safety Officer / Project Engineer


(Signature and Name)

Format NO: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM05

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.6.1)

PERMIT FOR WORKING AT HEIGHT (ABOVE 2 METRE)

(Sheet 1 of 2)
Exact Location of work_______________________
Duration of work: From _______ _To___________
Total No. of Workers________________________
Nature of Work
_________________________

Sr. No._____________________
Date ______________________

The following items have been checked and compliance shall be ensured during the currency of the permit:
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
A.

B
C
D
E
F

Item

Done

Not Reqd.

Equipment / Work Area inspected


Considered hazard from other routine/non routine operations
and concerned person alerted
ELCB Provided
Proper Lighting Provided
Area Cordoned Off
Precautions against public traffic taken
Sound Scaffolding provided
Adequate protected Platform provided
Access and Exit to the Area (Ladder properly fixed)
Floor Openings covered
Safety Net Provided
Health Check of Personnel
Following personal protective equipment/measures are provided ( mark) and used as relevant:
Hard hat/Gloves/Goggles/Shoes/Face Shield/Life line/Full body safety harness/Roof top walk ladder/
Any other (pl. specify)
This permit shall be available at the work site at all times
Permit shall be issued for maximum one week only (Monday to Sunday)
This permit shall be applicable in non-operational areas.
After completion of the work, used permits shall be preserved for record purposes
Additional precautions, if any ________________________________________-

Permission is granted to work (See overleaf)

Name of Contractors Supervisor


(Initiator)

= Yes / No

Name of Contractors Safety Officer


(Issuing Authority)

Format NO: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM06

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(Sheet 2 of 2)

(10.6.2)
Sl. No.

GRANT PF PERMIT AND EXTENSIONS


Validity Period
From_______Hrs
To_________Hrs.

Work Time
From _____Hrs
To _____Hrs

Initiator
(Supervisor of
Contractor)

Issuing Authority
(Safety Officer)
of Contractor

Verification by
EIL with date

Additional safety instruction if any:

Format NO: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM06

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.
(10.7)

CINFINED SPACE ENTRY PERMIT

Format No. : NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM07

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(10.8)

RADIATION WORK PERMIT

Format No. : NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM08

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(10.9)

Format No. : NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM09

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.10)

TOOLBOX TALK RECORD

DATE & TIME:


TOPIC:
CONDUCTED BY:
HAZARDS INVOLVED
PRECAUTIONS ARE TO BE TAKEN

LOCATION.

ATTENDEES:
S.No.

NAME

Signature

NAME

Signature

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Response of Workmen:
Remarks / Any Significant Problem:
Safety Engineer: _______
Sign:

Reviewed By EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM10

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.11)

ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION REPORT

Location: Inspected by: Checklist:


S.No.
ITEM

Date:

YES

Good condition

Proper cabling

Metal clad plugs & sockets provided

Earthling Provided

Qualified Electrician available

Proper Hand gloves provided & used

No loose wires

Proper insulation provided

Adequate distribution boards available

10

ELCBs provided where required

11

ELCBs checked and found working

NO

REMARKS

Inspected By: Safety Engineer NRP


Signature:-_________________

Name :-___________________

Copy to :

EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM11

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: GAIL (India) Limited
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Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.12)

HYDROTESTING INSPECTION REPORT

Location: -______________________ Date:


Checklist:
S.No.

ITEM

All hoses are in good condition

All couplings are in condition

Area of testing is barricaded

Warning signs posted in English

Warning signs posted in local language at a


distance of 500 M

Others

YES

NO

REMARKS

Inspected By: Safety Engineer NRP


Signature:-_________________

Name :-___________________

Copy to :

EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM12

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.13)

EXCAVATION CLEARANCE PERMIT


(In case of any underground utilities)

Location :

Date:

Checklist:
S.No.

ITEM

Any Underground utilities

Information to third party

Trial pit excavation done

Barricading of trench / pits provided

Shoring done where required

Warning signs Deep excavation provided


(for depth more than 1.5m)

Excavated earth stacked at 1.5 m away from


the edge of pit

No equipment left over the edge of the pits.

Ladders for access provided

10

Proper supervision for deep excavations

YES

NO

REMARKS

Inspected By: Safety Engineer NRP


Signature:-_________________
Name :-___________________

Copy to :

EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM13

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: GAIL (India) Limited
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Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.14)

CLEARANCE FOR SLAB CONCRETING & OTHER SCAFFOLDINGS

Location: -

Date:

Checklist:
S.No.

ITEM

YES

Proper shuttering with props provided

Scaffolding erected properly

Proper access provided for top

Railings provided at the edges

Personal Protective Equipment provided to


workforce

All connections of mixers are proper

Lighting arrangement provided for overnight


working

Others

NO

REMARKS

Inspected By: Safety Engineer NRP


NOT/ CLEARED FOR CONCRETING
Signature:-_________________

Name :-___________________

Copy to :

EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM14

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: GAIL (India) Limited
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Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

RADIOGRAPHY INFORMATION REPORT

(10.15)
Location :-

Date & Time of radiography:


Check list:
S. No.
1
2
3
4

Description
Warning signs posted
Persons Kept informed
Evacuation taken
Others

Yes

No

Remarks

Remarks & comments

Inspected By: NRP


Signature:-_________________

Name :-___________________

Copy to :

EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM15

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.16)

HOUSEKEEPING INSPECTION REPORT

Date of Inspection:

Location:
Description

S.No.

YES

Waste containers provided and used

Sanitary facilities adequate and clean

Passageways and Walkways clear

General neatness of working areas

Hygienic conditions at labour camps O.K.

Availability of First Aid facilities.

Proper sanitation at site, office and labour camps

Arrangement of medical facilities

Measures for dealing with illness

10

Availability of Potable drinking water for workmen


& staff

11

Provision of crches for children.

Inspected by
Safety Engineer NRP

NO

REMARKS

Reviewed By

EIL / GAIL
Name & Signature

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM16

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: GAIL (India) Limited
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Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.17)
DATE & TIME:

SAFETY VIOLATION REPORT


LOCATION

Unsafe condition / Act observed

Recommended Action

Supervisor / Engineer

Safety Engineer

Reviewed by

EIL / GAIL

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM17

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.18)

SCAFFOLDING INSPECTION REPORT:

Location of Scaffolding:
Date of Inspection:
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

DESCRIPTION
Ground stability
Base plate
Condition of Pipes
Usage of Proper couplers
Access Ladders
Proper scaffolding boards
Handrails provided
Mid rails provided
Toe boards provided
Scaffolding properly anchored
Safety Belts provided
Any other

Scaffolding is

SAFE

Inspected by
Safety Engineer NRP

Yes

No

Remarks

UNSAFE (Comply remarks)

Reviewed By

EIL / GAIL
Name & Signature

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM18

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.19)

CRANE / HEAVY EQUIPMENT INSPECTION REPORT

CRANE / EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION:


Model:
Make:
Date of Inspection:______________
S.No
Description
1
Construction
2
Condition of wire ropes
3
Condition of Boom
4
Condition of Hook
5
Condition of clamps (Hook latch)
6
Hydraulic system
7
Breaks
8
Lubrication system
9
Condition of Crawler
10
Condition of chain rollers
11
Operator Skill
12
Wire rope slings
13
Shackles
14
Controls

Yes

Engine No.

No

Remarks

Brief description of the status of Equipment:

Inspected by

Equipment In-charge
Name & Signature

Reviewed By

EIL / GAIL

Safety Engineer NRP


Name & Signature

Format No: NRP-GAIL-ABPL-HSE-FM19

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: GAIL (India) Limited
Consultant : Engineers India Limited
Contractor : NRP Projects Pvt. Ltd.

(10.20)

HSE Organization Chart

Managing director

GAIL

Executive director

Manager (P)

GAIL

EIL

Project Manager

NRP

(T)

MR (HSE)

M.D. / V.P.

HSE Officer

NRP

GAIL

Site Manager GAIL

Const. Manager NRP

Safety Manger

NRP

Safety Officer

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