ADNOC HSE MANUAL PDF

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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Sudha Nakka. Any of these parties may give copies of the entire Manual or selected parts thereof to their contractors implementing HSE standards in order to qualify for award of contracts or for the execution of awarded contracts.

Such copies should carry a statement that they are reproduced by permission of ADNOC, and an explanatory note on the manner in which the Manual is to be used. Disclaimer No liability whatsoever in contract, tort or otherwise is accepted by ADNOC or any of its Group Companies, their respective shareholders, directors, officers and employees whether or not involved in the preparation of the Manual for any consequences whatsoever resulting directly or indirectly from reliance on or from the use of the Manual or for any error or omission therein even if such error or omission is caused by a failure to exercise reasonable care.

Telephone: Fax: Internet site: www. Purpose 4 II. Existing Legislation 10 1 Introduction 11 1. This is to enable appropriate benchmarking of safety and health performance data.

Guidelines concerning collection of statistical information do not relate to risk prevention or process improvement activities, which are extensively covered in other Codes of Practice in this Manual. A short visit to dentist, doctor, hospital etc. Absence of employees working part-time is counted as full absence days.

CTD Cumulative Trauma Disorder Employee Any individual who carries out duties or actions specified by an employer for which the individual receives remuneration from the employer Employment Employment means all work or activity performed in carrying out an assignment or request of an ADNOC member company or a reportable contractor, including related activities not specifically covered by the assignment or request. Exposure hours may be estimated if necessary.

Fatality A death resulting from an injury or illness, regardless of the intervening time between the injury and death. Such treatment and observation are considered First Aid even though provided by a physician or registered professional medical personnel.

Lost Workday Case [LWC] Any work related injury or illness, which renders the injured person temporarily unable to perform any regular job or restricted work within 24 hours of the moment that the occupational injury was received or illness determined. The criteria "24 hours" include rest days, weekend days, scheduled holidays, public holidays or subsequent days after ceasing employment. Also, a single accident can give rise to several lost workday cases, depending on the number of people injured as a result of that incident.

Medical Treatment Case A medical treatment case is any injury that involves neither lost workdays nor restricted workdays but which requires treatment by a physician or other medical professional.

Medical treatment does not include first aid treatment one-time treatment and subsequent observation of minor scratches, cuts, burns, splinters, and so forth, which do not ordinarily require medical care even though provided by a physician or other registered professional medical personnel.

If a worker loses consciousness as the result of a work-related exposure or injury, the case is, as a minimum, a medical treatment case regardless of what type of treatment was provided. Occupational Illness Any work-related abnormal condition or disorder, other than an injury, which is mainly caused by exposure to environmental factors associated with the employment.

It includes acute and chronic illness or diseases that may be caused by inhalation, absorption, ingestion or direct contact. Whether a case involves a work-related injury or an Occupational Illness is determined by the nature of the original event or exposure that caused the case, not by the resulting condition of the affected employee. An injury results from a single event and cases resulting from anything other than a single event are considered Occupational Illness.

Occupational Injury Any cut, fracture, sprain, amputation, etc. Injuries are caused by essentially instantaneous events. Conditions resulting from animal or insect bite, or from one-time exposures to chemicals, are considered to be injuries. Work-related events, including overexertion, that aggravate a pre-existing condition are deemed to be injuries. OGP [also known as IAOGP] International Association of Oil and Gas Producers Permanent Partial Disability PPD Any work-related injury or illness which results in the complete or permanent loss of use of any part s of the body or any permanent impairment of function or parts of body, regardless of any pre-existing disability of the injured member of impaired body function.

A PPD is not related to the ability of the injured person to do his normal work. Thus, a PPD is classified if the worker has lost a finger, toe, arm, limb, etc. Note: Reference is made to the Federal Law of on Regulating Labour Relations, which provides a detailed description of such injuries. The examples above do not exclude all other statutory requirements enlisted in the U. Labour Law and the government medical board reports. Permanent Total Disability Any work-related injury or illness, which permanently incapacitates an employee from doing any work and results in termination of employment or medical severance.

Reference is made to the Federal Law of on Regulating Labour Relations, which provides a detailed description of such injuries. Regular Job A job within the company which can be done by a healthy employee during a normal working day or shift Reportable Illnesses All identified occupational illnesses and injuries are reportable.

These worksites include company-owned and directly managed properties and transport vehicles dedicated to fulltime company service. For example, mail and courier personnel, other incidental delivery personnel such as vending machine and fast food delivery workers , casual visitors and workers hired by independently operated commercial and retail sites are not considered reportable contractors, even if they are involved in an incident on a company worksite.

Offsite: For offsite contractors, the following table provides the criteria for classification. Contractor exposure hours may be estimated if necessary but, in order to determine realistic injury frequencies for contractors, the contractor work exposure hours must be relatively accurate.

Restricted Work A work-related injury or illness which results in an individual being unable to perform all normally assigned work functions during any scheduled work shift; or being assigned to another job on a temporary or permanent basis after the day of the injury or illness.

ADNOC-COPV Restricted work activity occurs when the employee, because of the job-related injury or illness, is physically or mentally unable to perform all or any part of his or her normal assignment during all or any part of the normal workday or shift.

A case is not considered to be Restricted Work if the following three conditions are met: 1. There is no medical treatment required; 2.

The worker is fully capable of doing all tasks that had been scheduled to be performed during the period; 3. There have been no explicit restrictions placed on the worker by a medical professional.

This allows implementing preventive measures to reduce the risk of aggravating an otherwise minor injury. Restricted Workday Cases RWDC Any work-related injury or illness, other than a fatality or lost workday case, which results in a person being unfit for full performance of the regular job within 24 hours after the moment on which the occupational injury was received or illness determined Note: A Restricted Workday Case is not a Lost Workday Case, provided that the person can return to work any work assigned within 24 hours after the moment on which the occupational injury was received.

A Restricted Workday Case occurs when the injured person is temporarily assigned to do other, less strenuous work e.

Where no meaningful restricted work is being performed, the incident is recorded as a lost workday case LWC. Severity The degree to which a hazardous agent can cause harm Note: Severity is sometimes calculated as a numerical performance measure.

For example, it can be a measure of the total lost workdays resulting, and where necessary estimated as going to result, from occupational illnesses which occurred during the reporting period divided by the total of lost workday cases plus permanent partial disabilities, and represents average days away.

ADNOC-COPV Total Reportable Illnesses Total reportable illnesses are the sum of all occupational illnesses, whether or not they resulted in deaths, permanent total disabilities, permanent partial disabilities, lost workday cases, or restricted work cases. Total Reportable Illness Frequency The total reportable illness frequency is the number of total reportable illnesses per million working hours worked during the reporting period.

Total Sickness Absence Total absence on the grounds of incapacity to work due to sickness for any reason. Absence for pregnancy or childbirth is excluded. When this is not possible they may be estimated by multiplying the total number of days worked during the reporting period by the number of hours worked per day. Work Injury A work injury is an injury or illness, regardless of severity, which arises from a single event or a number of events close together in time in the course of employment.

Refer to definitions on Occupational Injuries and Occupational Illness. Group Companies must ensure that their activities comply with all relevant Federal and Abu Dhabi laws and regulations at all times, including any that may be introduced after the publication of this Code of Practice. Consequently, a good reporting system must place emphasis on quality and thoroughness of information gathering and reporting, rather than be treated as a benchmarking exercise.

Consequently, it must be interpreted in the spirit of promoting health management. Injuries occurring at a joint venture organisation, which is under a Group Company operational control, must also be included. This document is based on the U. Two types of performance indicators are required by this COP. These are: 1. Exposure Performance Indicators. This includes all employees on the payroll and all those working in offices or visiting other locations or companies. However, contractors are encouraged to provide information in accordance with this document.

Performance data for contractor employees must be reported separately from Group Company employees. Note: If performance is reported for contractors that are not dedicated to a single Group Company, then care must be taken to exclude periods during which these contractors are engaged in activities by other organisations.

This notification must include a full report of the illness and the nature of the death or permanent total disability [Refer to Appendix 1]. Reports on individual cases must always be anonymous, to safeguard medical confidentiality. Data reported annually to ADNOC comprises selected key performance statistics, which are only part of the total performance data that must be recorded by the Group Companies.

The decision process for determining Reportability consists of the following four steps: Has there been an illness Determine whether the Establish that the injury or an injury more severe case is an injury or an Classify the case or illness is work-related than requiring first aid? The decision-making process is illustrated schematically in Figure 1 and detailed in the sub-sections below.

Injury or Illness Occurred Work Related? Non-work Related? Safety measures required to avoid instantaneous events are considered fundamentally different from those required to prevent many occupational illnesses with a long latency period, or for which exposures over a period of time are necessary for symptoms to appear.

Hence, the classification of a case as an injury or an illness is intended to reflect this distinction. Whether a case is categorized as an injury or illness is determined by the nature of the original event or the exposure [i. When tracking illness, it is critical to determine that the occurrence is occupational [i. In these situations, it is important that the Group Company investigates the following aspects: 1.

Has an illness been clearly established? Does it appear that the illness resulted from, or was aggravated by conditions in the work environment? Are there or were there hazardous agents present in the work environment? Was the employee exposed to these agents in the work environment? Note Employers must check Material Safety Data Sheets, Risk Assessment Reports and any other relevant documentation for the presence of agents that are suspected of causing illnesses and to verify the relationship between exposure and the resulting symptoms.

When an employee is off the Group Company premises, the work relationship must be established because it is presumed that the company is responsible for control of the work environment. Any incidents occurring during commuting to and from the work place without diverting the journey for personal reasons is to be considered as a work related [ref.

UAE Labour Law no. This requires them to expand their prevalent influence as far as reasonably practicable by developing control systems and procedures such that the health and safety of employees and contractors are upheld.

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Dhiraj Radadiya. Primary PurposeThe primary purpose of thisstandard is to provide amanagement tool to reduce therisk of occupational injuries,illnesses, fatalities, loss anddamages. This level of risk risk exposes the Company tointolerable losses to People, Assets, Environment or Reputation. The hazardshould be eliminated or its risk reduced to tolerable levels immediatelyRisk level is acceptable but must be managed at ALARP. Risk reductionmeasures must be planned and documentedLOW- Risk level is acceptable, no action required. Audit 10 8.

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This necessitated updating and clarifying the difference in scope, application and approval of the Step Out and the Deferral Form procedures. Accordingly, the following Table 1 highlights the changes and the revised requirements of the Step Out and Deferral Form procedures, which shall be implemented with immediate effect:. Out of Scope All recommendations for the above items shall be closed as per the target dates. Based on the risk assessment and as per Based on risk assessment, however no Senior Management Approval.

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