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Appendix A - Aspects Register

Approved by: Approved by: Custodian: HSE Manager


Dist. Gen. Mngr. Dist. Gen. Mngr. IssueDate: 14 February 2001
Latest version: Version 5
Revision Date: 19 March 2002

a b c d e f g h I j k l m n o p q
Activity/ Operation Aspects (Cause) Potential Environmental Effect (Impact) Significance Potential Environmental Impacts
N - Normal (planned); NB Significant health/safety risks identified in

Significance**

Magnitude
Duration

Extent

Risk/Likelihood

Land

Air

Groundwater

Seawater

Flora/Fauna

Human

Severity (f * j)
A - Abnormal (unplanned); square brackets for separate action.
E - Emergency

A. GAS PROCESSING ACTIVITIES


A1 Gas extraction (offshore) N Noise, vibration Faunal disturbance, e.g. migrating birds 8 1 2 1 3
X X X X
[Worker discomfort]. 24
A2 Diesel generators (stand-by) (offshore and N CO, particulates, fumes, noise Gas emission to air [hazardous work 6 1 1 1 1
X X X
onshore) environment]. 6
A3 Diesel system (offshore and onshore) N Spent filters Waste disposal issues, leakage to ground. 16 2 2 1 2
X
32
A4 Leaking valves, flanges and connections (all). A VOC, liquids release Leakage to ground. 20 2 1 2 2
X X X X X X
40
A5 Leaking pumps and engines (all) A Oil, fuel (diesel and gas) escape Leakage to ground. 20 2 1 2 2

40
A6 Cold venting of gas operated valves and N Gas Gas emission to air/climate change. 6 1 1 1 3
X
instruments and regeneration unit (offshore). 18
A7 Corrosion inhibitor injection process (onshore) A Corrosion inhibitor leak/spill Leakage to ground [possible skin irritation to 10 1 1 2 1
workers]. 10
A8 Glycol injection process (onshore) A Leakage of glycol from pumps. Leakage to ground. 12 2 1 1 2
X X X X X 24
A9 Glycol injection process (offshore) A Glycol leaks and spills Discharge to marine environment. 6 1 1 1 2
X X X
12
A10 Make-up of glycol. A Glycol spillage. Leakage to ground [possible skin irritation to 16 2 2 1 1
X X X
workers]. 16
A11 Transfer of fresh glycol from storage to process A Glycol spillage. Leakage to ground [possible skin irritation to 10 1 1 2 1
X X X X
area. workers]. 10
A12 Evaporation from glycol regeneration unit N Water vapour, trace glycol Climate change. 6 1 1 1 1
X X
(onshore) 6
A13 Manual removal of liquids at drain point of A Spillage of oils to ground. Leakage to ground [possible skin irritation to 20 2 1 2 2
X X
continuous flare (onshore). workers]. 40
A14 Leaking storage tanks (all). A Glycol, condensate, diesel. Fire hazard (diesel Emission to air. 30 3 1 2 2
X X X X
and condensate). 60
A15 Storage tank failure E Glycol, condensate, diesel, oils, gas. Fire, safety issues. Gas emission to air/climate 20 2 1 2 1
X X X X X X
change. 20
A16 Fuel gas escape from stabiliser and glycol/HC A Fuel gas, odour Gas emission to air/climate change [Safety 6 1 1 1 1
X
separator (onshore). issue in enclosed area]. 6
A17 Damage to subsea pipelines E Gas, glycol, condensate, corrosion inhibitor Marine pollution, damage to ecosystem, gas 54 3 3 3 1
X X X X
escape. emission to air/climate change. 54
A18 Damage to terrestrial pipelines E Gas, glycol, corrosion inhibitor escape. Possible Gas emission to air/climate change. 54 3 3 3 1
X X X X X
fire, explosion. 54
A19 Flaring (offshore - lightning strike) A CO2, NOx, CO emissions. Gas emission to air/climate change. 24 2 2 2 1 X 24
A20 Flaring (onshore) N CO2, NOx, CO emissions. Gas emission to air/climate change. 16 2 2 1 2 X 32
A21 Extinguished flare (resulting in cold venting) A CH4, VOCs Gas emission to air/climate change. 24 2 2 2 2
X
(onshore) 48
A22 Opening of pig launcher/ receiver N CH4, VOCs Gas emission to air/climate change. 6 1 1 1 3
X
(onshore/offshore). 18
A23 Opening of pig receiver (onshore). A CH4, VOCs Gas emission to air/climate change. 24 2 2 2 3 X 72

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A24 Manual emptying of residues from pig receiver N Spillage of oily sludge (during manual transfer to Ground contamination. 10 1 1 2 2
X X X
(onshore). closed drain) 20
A25 Condensate storage tanks. A VOC escape from floating roof tanks. Gas emission to air 8 1 2 1 2
X
16
A26 Overheating of reboiler in condensate recovery E Condensate escape Emission to air. 24 2 2 2 1
X X
system. 24
A27 Gas from glycol closed drain to flare N CO2, NOx, CO emissions. Gas emission to air. 28 2 3 2 2 X 56
A28 Failure of limit switches in glycol closed drain A Excess resource usage. 6 1 1 1 1 X 6
A29 Blowdown system N Heat, CO2, NOx, CO emissions Gas emission to air 12 2 1 1 3 X 36
A30 Blowdown system A Heat, CO2, NOx, CO emissions, noise Gas emission to air, disturbance. 32 2 2 3 2
X X
64
A31 Produced water with trace hydrocarbons A Oily saltwater Escape of oily residues to the sea. 30 3 1 2 2
X X
(offshore) 60
A32 Gas vents from glycol tanks N VOCs Gas emission to air. 16 2 2 1 2 X 32
A33 Visual impact of equipment N Visual Visual. 16 2 2 1 2 X 32
B. SUPPORT ACTIVITIES AND MAINTENANCE
B1 Photovoltaic system (offshore) N Disposal of lead-acid batteries Solid waste disposal issue. 32 2 2 3 3 X 96
B2 Photovoltaic system (offshore) A Acid spill from batteries during maintenance and Corrosion, development of corrosive fumes 14 1 1 3 2
X X
transfer. [hazardous work environment]. 28
B3 Photovoltaic system (offshore) - E Hydrogen gas generation. Possible explosion Gas emission to air, water pollution. 16 1 2 3 2
X X X X
overheating/overcharging of batteries and fire. 32
B4 Filter changes N Diesel, glycol, oil escape Gas emission to air, ground contamination. 10 1 1 2 2
X X X
20
B5 Power generation (onshore) N Heat, exhaust fumes, particulates, noise Air pollution. 8 1 2 1 3
X X
24
B6 Road vehicle movements (Plant based) N Exhaust fumes, particulates, noise. Air pollution. 16 2 2 1 3 X X X 48
B7 * Helicopter movements N Exhaust fumes, particulates, noise, physical Physical disturbance. 12 1 2 2 3
X X
disturbance. 36
B8 Road vehicle collision/crash (Plant based) E Fire, smoke, escaped fuels, chemicals Air pollution, ground contamination. 24 2 2 2 1
X X X X
24
B9 * Helicopter crash/emergency landing E Fire, smoke, escaped fuels, chemicals Air pollution, ground/sea contamination. 32 2 2 3 1
X X X X X
32
B10 * All (offshore) N Flaking off of paints and anti-fouling chemicals, Water pollution, harm to ecosystem. 16 2 2 1 3
X X
etc. over time. 48
B11 Refrigerant use in office/plant N R-22 used in A/C units. Use of ozone-depleting substances. 16 2 2 1 1 X 16
B12 Refrigerant use in office/plant A R-22 leakage. Use of ozone-depleting substances. 42 3 3 2 2 X 84
B13 * Contractor vehicles and equipment N Exhaust fumes, dust Gas emissions/air quality 6 1 1 1 3
X X
entering/leaving Plant 18
B14 * Contractor vehicles and equipment A Leaking lube oil and hydraulic fluid Leakage to ground 12 2 1 1 2
X X X
entering/leaving Plant 24
B15 * Contractor vehicles and equipment E Fire, smoke Air quality [worker safety] 10 1 1 2 1
X X X
entering/leaving Plant 10
C. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT (MATERIALS STORAGE AND TRANSFER, SOLID WASTES)
Incoming Chemicals
C1 * Damage to chemical drums during delivery (by A Liquid/chemicals escape, odour Gas emission to air, ground contamination. 20 2 1 2 1
X X X X
contractor) to site 20
C2 Transfer of incoming chemicals from storage to N Liquid/chemicals escape, odour Gas emission to air, ground contamination 6 1 1 1 2
X X X X X
process [health risk] 12
C3 On-site storage of chemicals N Liquid/chemicals escape, odour Gas emission to air, ground contamination 24 2 2 2 1
X X X X
[health risk] 24
C4 Leakage of chemical drums, storage containers, A Liquid/chemicals escape, odour Gas emission to air, ground contamination 24 2 2 2 1
X X X X
etc. on site [health risk] 24
C5 Spillage/leakage of diesel during transfer to A Fumes, diesel escape, odour. Gas emission to air, ground contamination [fire 12 2 1 1 2
X X X X
storage tank at site. hazard, health hazard]. 24
C6 * Spillage/leakage of fuel during transfer to A Fumes, diesel escape, odour. Gas emission to air, marine pollution, damage 36 2 3 3 1
X X X X
platform (back-up generators). to ecosystem. 36
C7 Leakage from fuel storage tanks. A Fumes, diesel escape, odour. Gas emission to air, ground contamination [fire 24 2 2 2 1
X X X X X X
hazard, health hazard]. 24
C8 * Leakage of chemicals during transfer offshore A Chemicals escape, odour Marine contamination, damage to ecosystem. 18 1 3 3 2
X X X X
36
Transport
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C9 * Boat collision/damage to platform. E Glycol and gas release (only if structural Marine pollution, damage to ecosystem [fire, 36 2 3 3 1
X X X X X
damage to platform occurs), fire, explosion explosion, health hazard]. 36
C10 * Damage to offshore pipelines (damage by E Glycol and gas release. Gas emission to air, marine pollution, damage 54 3 3 3 1
X X X
trawlers) to ecosystems. 54
Waste Materials
C13 Disposal of glycol filters N Glycol Solid/liquid waste disposal issue [health hazard 20 2 1 2 2
X
- workers and scavengers]. 40
C16 Collection and disposal of office wastes (onshore) N Paper, toner, plastics, food scraps. Windblown litter, solid waste disposal. 24 2 2 2 2
X X X X
on site 48
C17 Management of solid wastes (offshore) N Windblown litter Damage to marine fauna (especially by 24 2 2 2 2
X X
plastics). 48
C18 Disposal of oily wastes N Spent filters, used oil, oily rags Solid waste disposal issue [health hazard - 24 2 2 2 2
X
workers and scavengers]. 48
C19 Disposal of lab. wastes N Glassware, paper, chemicals Solid waste disposal issue [health hazard - 14 1 1 3 2
X X
workers and scavengers]. 28
D. WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
D1 Oils removed from produced water - offshore N Hydrocarbons. Oil content within legal limits. 6 1 1 1 3
X
treatment 18
D2 Build-up of residual oil in offshore cason. A Discharge of oily water to sea. Marine pollution, damage to ecosystem. 42 3 3 2 2 X X 84
D3 Firefighting (onshore and offshore) E Oils, foam, contaminated water, toxic Marine pollution, ground & groundwater 48 3 2 3 1
combustion products, smoke contamination, damage to ecosystem [health X X X X X X
hazard]. 48
D4 Industrial water treatment - closed drains N Water and traces of hydrocarbons. - 6 1 1 1 3 X X X 18
D5 Industrial water treatment - closed drains A Water, salt and large volumes of hydrocarbons. Waste of resource - water cannot be used for 14 1 1 3 3
X
irrigation. 42
D6 Domestic sewage N Domestic sewage. - 6 1 1 1 1 6
D8 Stormwater runoff (onshore). N Transport of spilt oils/chemicals Pollution - ground, groundwater, marine 16 2 2 1 2
X X X
environment. Local ecosystem damage. 32
D9 * Effluent removal - Gov. vacuum truck N Exhaust fumes, dust Gas emission/air quality 6 1 1 1 3
X X
18
D10 * Effluent removal - Gov. vacuum truck A Leaking lube oil, hydraulic fluid, effluent spill Leakage to ground 12 2 1 1 2
X X X
24
D11 * Effluent removal - Gov. vacuum truck E Fire, smoke, effluent realease Air quality, leakage to ground [worker safety] 10 1 1 2 1
X X X
10
D12 * Efffluen removal - Contractor's vacuum truck N Exhaust fumes, dust Gas emission/air quality 6 1 1 1 3
X X
18
D13 * Effluent removal - Contractor's vacuum truck A Leaking lube oil, hydraulic fluid, effluent spill Leakage to ground 12 2 1 1 2
X X X
24
D14 * Effluent removal - Contractor's vacuum truck E Fire, smoke, effluent realease Air quality, leakage to ground [worker safety] 10 1 1 2 1
X X X
10
D15 Storage of stormwater runoff (offshore). A Water leakage, including traces of hydrocarbons Marine pollution 6 1 1 1 1
X X
and chemicals 6
D16 Transfer of stormwater runoff (offshore) to A Water leakage, including traces of hydrocarbons Marine pollution 6 1 1 1 1
X X
onshore, via boat and chemicals 6
D17 Transfer of stormwater runoff (offshore) to E Fire, smoke, effluent realease Marine pollution, air pollution [worker safety] 12 1 2 2 1
X X X
onshore, via boat 12
E. CONSTRUCTION-RELATED ACTIVITIES AND DECOMMISSIONING
E1 * Emissions from construction equipment N CO2, NOx, SOx, CO, noise Air pollution, disturbance. 8 1 2 1 2
X X
(contractor) 16
E2 * Excavation N Dust, disturbance to water table, noise Air pollution, disturbance, groundwater 16 2 2 1 2
X X X X X
pollution. 32
E3 All activities - damage to existing plant E Emission to air, fire, explosion, leaks Air pollution, ground contamination, disturbance 24 2 2 2 1
X X X
[health hazard]. 24
E4 * Leaks from excavation/construction equipment A Oil, fuel Air pollution, ground contamination. 10 1 1 2 2
X X
20
E5 * Vehicle movements (on-site) N Dust, noise, visual Air pollution (dust), physical disturbance. 8 1 2 1 3
X X X
24
E6 * Sandblasting/painting N Paint, solvent, sand, noise Solid waste disposal issue [health issue - 8 1 2 1 2
X X X X
workers and scavengers]. 16
E7 Disposal of construction debris N Metal, paint, timber, used oil, rags, spent filters Solid waste disposal issue [health issue - 16 1 2 3 3
X
workers and scavengers]. 48
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E8 General construction activities A Physical presence, noise Physical disturbance. 12 1 2 2 2 X X X 24


E9 Appointment of contractors A Dust, noise, waste Air, ground, water pollution [on-site health & 16 1 2 3 3
X X X X X X
safety issues] 48
E10 Facility Decommissioning N Impacts from decommissioning Air, ground, water pollution [on-site health & 10 1 1 2 2
X X X X X X
safety issues] 20

* Activities carried out by non-Plant entities - 'Goods and Services'


** Significance = 2D (E + 2M) Where:
D = Duration of Impact (temporary/short-term = 1; medium term = 2; long-term = 3)
E = Spatial Extent (site = 1; local area = 2; regional area = 3)
M = Impact Magnitude (low = 1; medium = 2; high = 3)
Likelihood = High (3); Medium (2); Low (1)
Note: Impact duration were weighted twice due to their relative importance in this area, as identified by the EIA.

Key to shading (used to assist with identifying key issues requiring an Environmental Action Plan):
'Severity' greater than 60
'Severity' ranging from 30-59
Green shading: 'Severity' less than 30.

Revision Log:
Revision Date Author(s) Approval by Revision Details Rev. No.

31-Jan-01 I Bryngelsson, L K Timothy - Draft for comment Draft A


14-Feb-01 I Bryngelsson, L K Timothy Jeff Hohle: El Sayed: Issued for implementation. Version 1
16-May-01 I Bryngelsson, L K Timothy Jeff Hohle: El-Sayed: Updated for additional Aspects/format Version 2
27-Aug-01 I Bryngelsson, L K Timothy Jeff Hohle: El-Sayed: Env. Aspects of goods and services and level of Version 3
influence/control for each Aspect
23-Nov-01 I Bryngelsson El Sayed: TBA: Removed aspects and controls not longer Version 4
relevant. Added one activity (A23)
23-Nov-01 M Awad, L K Timothy El-Sayed: Updated scores: A8, A9, A11, C3, C4, D6 Version 5
(actioned in EMPs 2001) and A20.
Doug Owens: Deleted C14 (start-up only).
Added D15-17.

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CONTROLS
Is this Aspect under direct control of the Plant? Control Measures
This section briefly describes what is in place for each effect and includes document numbers/ procedure
numbers/ target numbers etc wherever relevant.

Full Control Partial Control Influence only

A. GAS PROCESSING ACTIVITIES


(A1) Unmanned platform. Best available technology installed.
X
(A2) Air emissions monitored and reported quarterly. Maintenance programme in place to ensure minimal
X emissions.
(A3) Diesel system only used as standby (onshore) and when staff visit the unmanned offshore platform, filter
X changes therefore very infrequent. Spent filters drained and stored on-site.
(A4) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are checked
X for leakage.
(A5) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are checked
for leakage. Gas-driven engines - automatic shutdown followed by inspection, repair and restart.
X
(A6) Least polluting option. Review of new technologies is being carried out.
X
(A7) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are checked
X for leakage.
(A8) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are checked
X for leakage.
(A9) Fully closed system. Automatic alarm system (pressure monitoring) and shutdown in event of leakage,
X followed by inspection and repair. Monitoring carried out during start-up.
(A10) Transfer supervised by foreman/shift supervisor.
X
(A11) 4 steel drums bound on wooden palette, taken by forklift to transfer area on tarmac road. Trained forklift
X drivers used.
(A12) Automated process. Temperature is strictly controlled to minimise glycol evaporation and loss.
X Automatic shutdown if temperature increases above pre-set limit.
(A13) Plans in place to install closed system.
X
(A14) All storage tanks bunded with drainage to drain system.
X
(A15) All storage tanks bunded with drainage to drain system. Tanks protected by concrete wall. AFFF
X firefighting capabilities in place.
(A16) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are
X checked for leakage.
(A17) Pipelines buried to 2.5m from 0-15m below sea level. Emergency automatic shutdown onshore and
X offshore. Pipeline integrity testing.
(A18) Buried 2.5m below ground level. Pipeline surfaces inside fenced and guarded area. Automatic
X shutdown in event of emergency.
X (A19) Turn off gas supply (regeneration unit) and turn on again.
X (A20) Optimise operational parameters.
(A21) Dual ignition system in place. Re-ignition from igniter panels.
X
(A22) Procedures in place resulting from risk assessment.
X
X (A23) Pocedures in place, but valves are leaking
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(A24) Surface concreted and sloped into collecting pond (manual cleaning). Activity supervised by
X foreman/shift supervisor.
(A25) VOCs contained by roof seals. Corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out,
X these are checked for leakage.
(A26) Automatic shutdown, followed by repair and restart.
X
X (A27) Automatic system.
X (A28) Glycol has to be re-treated.
X (A29) Flare 'knockout drum' to prevent heavy end hydrocarbons getting to the flare to reduce emissions.
(A30) Maintenance and operation procedures and programmes in place to minimise abnormal conditions.
X
(A31) Discharge to cason. Plans to inject produced water into the sealine (going onshore).
X
X (A312 Gas blanket maintained at atmospheric pressure to minimise volume of emitted gas.
X (A33) Site is fenced off, high structures painted in neutral colours, planting across site.
B. SERVICE ACTIVITIES AND MAINTENANCE
X (B1) Secure on-site storage (onshore)
(B2) No specific procedure - next changeout anticipated in c. 5 years. Spills covered in spill containment plan.
X
(B3) Automatic battery-charging equipment. Fire detection system will shut down platform in event of fire.
X
(B4) Filters initially drained and then stored in drums. When incinerator is in place, filters will be incinerated.
X
(B5) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are checked
X for leakage.
X (B6) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place.
(B7) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place.
X
(B8) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(B9) No night flying (military restriction) except in emergency. Flying restrictions during bad weather.
X Firefighting capabilities offshore.
(B10) Paints non-toxic when cured.
X
X (B11) Systems maintained on a regular basis.
X (B12) Corrective maintenance, leaks actioned immediately.
(B13) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(B14) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(B15) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
C. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT (MATERIALS STORAGE AND TRANSFER, SOLID WASTES)
Incoming Chemicals
(C1) Entry permit, designated delivery area, spill containment plan.
X
(C2) Transport on tarmac road, trained forklift operator.
X
(C3) Chemicals segregated, stored on sealed ground. Storage area fenced off. No delivery/contractor entry
X permitted in storage area. Material Safety Data Sheets in place.
(C4) Visual inspection of new batches for damage.
X
(C5) Entry permits, tank loading procedure, supervised by operators. Concreted, bunded area would contain
X spills which would then go to drain.
(C6) Loading procedure (inc. spill advice), supervision by personnel on platform. Use of standard
X international contract ('Supplytime 89') with vessel contractor.
(C7) Preventive and corrective maintenance programmes in place. Following change-out, these are checked
X for leakage. Tanks in concreted, bunded areas.
(C8) Lifting procedure (inc. spill advice), supervision by personnel on platform. Use of standard international
X contract ('Supplytime 89') with vessel contractor.
Transport
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(C9) Emergency response plan in place.
X
(C10) Pipelines buried to 2.5m from 0-15m below sea level. Emergency automatic shutdown onshore and
X offshore.
Waste Materials
(C13) Stored in drums. To be incinerated following installation of on-site incinerator.
X
(C16) Wastes bagged and removed by contractor.
X (offshore) X (off-site)
(C18) Solid wastes brought onshore.
X(offshore) X (off-site)
(C19) Stored in drums. To be incinerated following installation of on-site incinerator.
X(offshore)
(C20) Bagged and collected by contractor.
X
D. WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
(D1) Treated water discharged to sea via cason (lt 15mg/l).
X
X (D2) Reroute oily water to sealine.
(D3) Onshore - high risk areas bunded and connected to drains; 'Inergen' fire suppressant; fixed fire fighting
equipment at condensate tanks. Offshore - fixed system on helideck area; manual fire extinguishers.
X
X (D4) Treatment, followed by on-site irrigation.
(D5) Wastewater tankered to Damietta.
X
X (D6) Treatment, followed by on-site irrigation.
(D8) Offshore - solid deck, water collected and drained to oily water treatment system. Onshore - potential
X spillage areas bunded and discharge to drainage system.
(D9) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(D10) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(D11) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(D12) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(D13) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(D14) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X

E. CONSTRUCTION-RELATED ACTIVITIES
(E1) Entry permit, requiring equipment to be in reasonable condition.
X
(E2) Excavation permit.
X
(E3) Entry permit; risk assessment procedure; permit to work; local tag-out (isolation) procedure.
X
(E4) Daily inspection and follow-up.
X
(E5) Contractor vehicle movements controlled on site by permit. 'Safe driving rules' applied to employees.
X
(E6) Permit to work procedure; inspection of Material Safety Data Sheets
X
(E7) Metals for recycling/disposal. Paint, timber, used oil, rags, spent filters currently stored in drums.
X (others) X (metals) Incineration following installation of incinerator.
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X (E8) Permit to work procedure.


(E9) Permit to work; safety/environmental induction procedure
X
(E10) Consideration will be given at the appropriate time.
X

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