Safety in Oil & Gas Fields Orpic Company Hazardous Energy Machine Hazards HW

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The company name with the site visit is Orpic

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Analyse potential hazards :

fire and explosion due to ignition of flammable vapors or gases, and hydrogen sulfide, electrical and other hazardous energy Mechine hazards.

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In this assessment, each student should attend a site visit to ANY (Subjected to module tutor site visit) refinery or any other petrochemical plant in Oman. Then the student should prepare a report of 2000 words based on that visit observation. The report should include critical analysis of the aspects as given below;

  • Recognize and analyse the potential hazards that observed in the workplace during your site visit, consider the hazards of electricity and static electricity, and identify the factors leading to accidents. In addition, take steps to eliminate or reduce those risks.
  • Discuss the techniques that used for firefighting and rescue in the site.
  • Discuss in details the company policy to integrate the HSE in the company management system. However, identify the safety standards adopted by the company and show if needs any improvement.
  • Evaluate environmental impacts of the visited site, taking into account the effects of oil spillage on the environment.

Guidelines:

  • Attending the site visit is mandatory to complete this task without which submissions cannot be accepted, or otherwise results in deduction of 10 marks.
  • You must line spacing 1.5 with normal margins on all four sides of word document.
  • The entire course (text, pictures, photos, statistics, and table) should be printed in black and white, while no additional marks will be allotted if submitted in colour.
  • Article text should be word processed, typed in A-4 paper size in Times New Roman fonts with 12 point while captions should be sentence case.
  • Content headings should be Times New Roman font with 14 point, bold and capitalize each word.
  • The article should have a clear distinctive heading in conjunction to the text.

Note: Harvard style referencing and citations standards should be followed. It is extremely important that students correctly paraphrase all sources, pictures, tables, statistics, and direct quotations. Also, mention the word count at the end of the report.

Marking Criteria

Your work will be assessed on the overall submitted report. Its weightage is indicative to knowledge and understanding, ability to analysis of the document, evaluation and conclusion, citation/referencing and presentation of the overall piece of work.

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OM2074 -Safety in Oil & Gas fields Module Tutor/Dr. Raju: Dr. Riyad Assessment Title/ Number: Course work 1 40% Date of Issue: Date of Submission: Week starting October 27th 2019 November 24th 2019 Brief Introduction about the site orpic : Orpic is one of Oman’s largest companies and one of the most rapidly growing businesses in the Middle East oil industry. Orpic’s Refineries, Logistic Facilities as well as the Aromatics and Polypropylene plants provide fuel, chemicals, plastics and other petroleum products to Oman and the world. To meet the needs of the growing international markets, Orpic pursues a vision to be a globally competitive, downstream business that Oman is proud of, through sustainably maximising the value for our stakeholders as their partner of choice. We achieve this by implementing the best business practices inspired by Orpic`s values: the safety of operations and environment, empowerment of people, and commitment to serve Oman and customers with pride. • Recognize and analyze the potential hazards that observed in the workplace during your site visit, consider the hazards of electricity and static electricity, and identify the factors leading to accidents. In addition, take steps to eliminate or reduce those risks. Analyse potential hazards : fire and explosion due to ignition of flammable vapors or gases. , and hydrogen sulfide, fall , confined spaces , ergonomic hazards , high pressure lines and equipment , electrical and other hazardous energy Mechine hazards , Control measures in brief Static electricity is an imbalance of electric charges within or on the surface of a material . Explain the static electricity impacts on oil and gas and associated hazards leads to fire • Discuss the techniques that used for firefighting and rescue in the site. Common fire prevention methods extinguish methods • Tank fire fighting • Fire extinguishers Fires in production facilities can be : Well blowout fires, flash fires, liquid pool fires, gas pool fires, jet fires, running liquid fires, confined and unconfined fires, etc. Fire hazards during refining/processing: Leakage in any piping system or equipment/vessels can result in jet fires, fire balls, liquid/gas pool fires, running liquid fires, etc. Fire hazards during transportation: A leakage in any transportation mode (network of piping, rail cars, tankers may result in jet fires, running liquid fires, pool fires, etc. Fire hazards during storage: A leakage in any storge tank can result in jet fires, pool fires, running liquid fires. • • Discuss in details the company policy to integrate the HSE in the company management system. However, identify the safety standards adopted by the company and show if needs any improvement. • https://www.orpic.om/hse-policy/safety • Evaluate environmental impacts of the visited site, taking into account the effects of oil spillage on the environment. Oil spills damaged land accidents and fires incidents of air and water pollution have all been recorded at various times and places Conclusion References ASSESSMENT BRIEF 2019-2020 Programme: B.Sc. (Hons) Health, Safety, and Environmental Management Module Code/Module Title: OM2074 -Safety in Oil & Gas fields Module Tutor: Dr. Riyad / Dr. Raju Assessment Title/ Number: Course work Date of Issue: Week starting October 27th 2019 Date of Submission: November 28th 2019 (Tick in the appropriate box) You are encouraged to word process your assessment, although hand written work is acceptable. ✓ You are required to word process this assessment.  You are required to submit this assessment electronically through Uclan Blackboard   Instructions: • • • This paper contains One task Complete the tasks fully with all possible evidence for achieving the learning outcome/s. This assessment is worth 40% of the module mark. Please do not submit this assessment brief with your work. Page | 1 TASK In this assessment, each student should attend a site visit to ANY (Subjected to module tutor site visit) refinery or any other petrochemical plant in Oman. Then the student should prepare a report of 2000 words based on that visit observation. The report should include critical analysis of the aspects as given below; • Recognize and analyse the potential hazards that observed in the workplace during your site visit, consider the hazards of electricity and static electricity, and identify the factors leading to accidents. In addition, take steps to eliminate or reduce those risks. • Discuss the techniques that used for firefighting and rescue in the site. • Discuss in details the company policy to integrate the HSE in the company management system. However, identify the safety standards adopted by the company and show if needs any improvement. • Evaluate environmental impacts of the visited site, taking into account the effects of oil spillage on the environment. Guidelines: 1. Attending the site visit is mandatory to complete this task without which submissions cannot be accepted, or otherwise results in deduction of 10 marks. 2. You must line spacing 1.5 with normal margins on all four sides of word document. 3. The entire course (text, pictures, photos, statistics, and table) should be printed in black and white, while no additional marks will be allotted if submitted in colour. 4. Article text should be word processed, typed in A-4 paper size in Times New Roman fonts with 12 point while captions should be sentence case. 5. Content headings should be Times New Roman font with 14 point, bold and capitalize each word. 6. The article should have a clear distinctive heading in conjunction to the text. Note: Harvard style referencing and citations standards should be followed. It is extremely important that students correctly paraphrase all sources, pictures, tables, statistics, and direct quotations. Also, mention the word count at the end of the report. Marking Criteria Your work will be assessed on the overall submitted report. Its weightage is indicative to knowledge and understanding, ability to analysis of the document, evaluation and conclusion, citation/referencing and presentation of the overall piece of work. Page | 2 …
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