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MARAN GAS MARITIME INC.

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CHAPTER 13

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

RISK MANAGEMENT
Operation / Work activity being assessed:
Generated by: Vessel
RA Code number:

LPSG Steam Pipe Hot Work in ER


Routine
Non-routine

Office

(record the name)

ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO CONDUCT THE WORK (Prior to deciding to proceed with the work always ensure that all other alternatives methods
for carrying out the job have been identified and documented )

No alternative ways to conduct this work available.


FREQUENCY CATEGORY

CONSEQUENCE CATEGORY

Frequent - Possibility of
repeated incidents
Probable - Possibility of
isolated incidents

More often than


once per voyage
Once per year

Occasional- Possibility of
occurring sometime

Once per 5 years

Remote- Not likely to occur

Once per 10 years

Very unlikely- Practically


impossible

Once per 30 years


or more

CECONSEQUEN

1
2
3
4

Human losses / fatalities

Major pollution /
Full scale response

Serious injury to
personnel

Moderate pollution/
Significant resources commitment

Number of minor
injuries / Medical
treatment for personnel

Little pollution /
Limited response of short duration

Little cost or damage


($10000 $ 100000)

Slight impact

Few minor injuries

Minimum pollution /
Little or no response needed

Minimum cost /
damage
< $10000

Zero impact

1
L (1)
L (2)

RISK MATRIX
FREQUENCY
2
3
L (2)
L (3)
M(4)
M(6)

4
M (4)
H(8)

5
M (5)
H(10)

L(3)

M(6)

H(9)

H(12)

H(15)

M(4)

H(8)

H(12)

H(16)

H(20)

Excessive/ high cost


damage >$1000000
Moderate cost or
damage
(100000 1000000$)

Major national &


international impact
Considerable
impact

High=Intolerable Risk Medium=Tolerable Risk Low=Negligible Risk

Risk Assessment
Risk Identification
No

Hazard

Leakage of O2/acetylene.

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Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

Fire explosion

Initial risk
evaluation

Existing control measures

Periodic inspection of the


O2/acetylene fixed piping system (as
per PMS).
The gas supply flexible hoses should
be inspected to confirm their good
condition (i.e. no extensive wear &
tear, no kinks, no cuts etc.).
The welding/cutting torch and
associated fittings should be
inspected to confirm their good
condition (i.e. nozzle/isolation valves
in good condition, no broken parts, no
mechanical damage etc.).
In case of temporary suspension and

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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Flame flashback in the gas piping.

Presence of flammable vapours/


combustible materials in the working area.

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Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

Fire explosion

Fire explosion

Existing control measures

after completion of the work, supply


valves on gas cylinders and gas
mains should be securely closed and
the flexible hoses de-pressurized.
Welding/cutting work (SMS 7.9.3).
It should be ensured that flashback
arresters fitted at the work station and
at the bottles storage space, are in
good order.
Hot work inside a designated space
(ISGOTT 9.4.2)
It should be ensured that the working
area is clean from any
flammable/combustible materials (i.e.
oily rags, chemical drums, waste oils
etc.).
The hot work should NOT be carried
out concurrently with any cargo/tank
cleaning/gas
freeing/purging/inerting/bunkering
operation.
The material/equipment to be
welded/cut should have been cleaned
from any combustible/flammable
residues.
Work should be carried out with shield
or curtain erected and the ventilation
switched on.
When checking the atmosphere in the
E/R, particular attention should be
given to the bilges area so as to
ensure that is less than 1% LFL.
The atmosphere in the space to be
monitored by a multi gas detection
instrument so as to ensure that is
maintained less than 1% LFL
Cargo tanks pressure should be kept
in normal operating condition and
below 180 mbr. A poster on the CCR
and Bridge, will inform the officers
that a Hot work is in progress and the
rise of the tanks pressure above 180
mlb, should not be allowed. If in any
case the cargo tanks pressure is out
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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Sparks/melting steel flying in the area.

Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

Fire explosion

Existing control measures

Inadequate competence/experience.

Electricity hazard (during arc welding/


cutting).

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Personal
injury/property
damage

Personal injury

of control, job will be seized.


To the extent possible, any
prefabrication work (e.g. pipework
and supports) should be carried out in
the E/R Workshop
Adequate fire-fighting equipment
must be prepared and laid out and be
ready for immediate use.
A Fire Watch must be established for
the area of Hot Work and for
adjacent, spaces where the transfer
of heat, or accidental damage might
create a hazard, e.g. damage to
hydraulic lines, electrical cables,
thermal oil lines, etc. The fire watch
should monitor the work and take
action in case of ignition of residues
or paint coatings.
No Hot Work should be carried out on
bulkheads of bunker tanks, or within
500 mm of such bulkheads, unless
that tank is cleaned to Hot Work
standard
Hot Work (SMS 7.9.3)
In addition to 3D, the portable fire
extinguishers should be readily
available for use.

Initial risk
evaluation

The person assigned by the Chief


Engineer to carry out the hot work
must be experienced and qualified.
The C/E or the 2nd Engineer (if
designated) should supervise the
work.
Welding/cutting work (SMS 7.9.3)
It should be ensured that the
insulation of the flexible electric
cables as well as of the electrode
holder is good condition (i.e. no cuts,
no kinks, no excessive wear & tear).
The earth return cable should lead
directly back to the welding machine.
The ships structure should not be
used as an earth return.
Ensure that personnel involved is
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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Radiation hazard (which could cause eye


injury/heat burn).

Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

Personal injury

Emission of smoke during welding/cutting.

Personal injury

Heat transfer to the bulkhead

Fire explosion

10

11

High temperature in the working area

Adverse weather
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Fire explosion

Personal

Existing control measures

properly clothed and equipped as


required (i.e. wearing welders gloves,
aprons, welding helmets and non
conducting rubber boots).
The electric cable to be used should
have the less possible length (to
avoid overheating).
Welding/cutting work (SMS 7.9.3)
The visor cover glass of the welders
helmet should be checked to confirm
its good condition (i.e. no crack, no
damage by weld spatter).
For Arc welding, the correct filter
shade should be selected according
to the welding process, wire diameter,
and operating current.
Welding/cutting work (SMS 7.9.3)
Hot Work (SMS 7.9.3)
Procedures for intentional and
temporary disconnection of a fire
detector (SMS 10.1.15.3)
Hot Work (SMS 7.9.3)
The Metal to be welded on the
welding table should not touch the
bulkhead
In case the size of the metal to be
welded is quite big then a protective
shield to be placed on the bulk head
OR the table to move at least 50 cm
further away from the bulkhead if not
possible to change location of welding
operation into the workshop
The flame should not touch the
bulkhead or the direction of the flame
should not be towards the bulkhead If
the distance is less than 50 cm
Hot Work (SMS 7.9.3)
Adequate work rest periods should be
provided and precautions against
dehydration should be taken.
Any involved personnel showing
signs of fatigue should be released
from duty and replaced at once.
Heavy Weather (SMS 7.2.13)
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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

injury/property
damage
12

13

14

Lifting/transferring heavy objects

Personal
injury/property
damage

Personal injury

Work at height

Personal injury

Steam

Initial risk
evaluation

Existing control measures

The work should be carried out under


favorable sea conditions, In case of
weather deterioration the job should
be stopped
Lifting appliances / Lifting Operations
(SMS 7.9.11)
During lifting of heavy objects all
personnel should keep clear of the
dangerous zone
Lifting equipment/appliances to be
inspected in order their good
condition to be verified prior to their
use. Lifting equipment must have
adequate SWL for the weight of the
object handled.
Working Overside or Aloft (SMS
7.9.7)
Assessment of the weight of the
object that will be handled should be
made in advance according to
packing details or equipment weight
as per manufacturer.
Additional lifting/moving equipment
(i.e. trolley) to be used if the weight
cannot be handled by manpower only.
Pressure vessel / pipeline (PVP)
work (SMS 7.9.5)
Agree on the valves to be closed.
Pipe Drain to be done from drain
valves
PVP work permits must be issued in
conjunction with Company approved
"DO NOT OPERATE" tags.

Note F: Frequency, C: Consequence, R: Risk

Notes: (1) This Form should be filed onboard in File M27 & E5.

Risk Treatment
Hazard
No.

Additional Risk Control Measures

Residual risk
evaluation
Responsible

*Action
Timeline

Note F: Frequency, C: Consequence, R: Risk

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Contingency plans (to facilitate safe management and recovery of the situation in case of any unplanned occurrences)
Emergency case
Contingency Plans
Refer to emergency response procedures
Risk Assessment reviewed/approved by:
Name

Rank / Title

Signature

Date

Please enter below the persons who will be


involved in the job:

Remarks:
*Action timeline : Ensure the close out of the preventive actions prior to commencement of work.
Verification (Master and the Officer in Charge) that all control measure are fully implemented prior work commencing.
Name
Rank / Title
Signature
Date
Office verification reviewed/approved by:
Name

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Rank / Title

Signature

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Date

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