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HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: 01 Aug. 2010 01 EK III. HSE Organization Format Secretary HSE Manager Rianti (Project) HSE Coordinator Dwi Handoko JAKARTA OFFICE SITE HSE Inspector HSE Inspector Zuhalima Agus 4 of 68 .

HSE Committee Organization Format Advisor Sony Marsoso/DPA Founder Emier Koesoemawiria Construction Mgr CAPT Budi Utomo HSE Manager (Project) Secretary HSE Coordinator Dwi H Jakarta Office Site Tanod Team B HSE Inspector Agus Const/Installation Supv Safetyman Project Control (Project) Team A HSE Inspector Zuhalima Const/Installation Supv Safetyman Project Control (Project) 5 of 68 .: Procedure No.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. 2010 01 EK IV.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.

2010 01 Aug. President Dir. 2010 01 Aug. 2010 01 Aug. DISTRIBUTION Only “Controlled” copies of this Manual are issued internally and each will bear a unique number and be assigned to an Individual/Department. Distribution is controlled by the HSE Manager and QAR in liaison with the President Director. President Dir. President Dir. MANUAL DISTRIBUTION LIST Manual ID Number Master 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title Holder QAR/HSE Manager President Director Operations Director Business Development Director Finance & Acc Manager GA & Procurement Manager Project Manager Date of Issue Authorized 01 Aug. President Dir. VI.: Procedure No. Policy No. President Dir. 2010 01 Aug.: Procedure No. 2010 01 EK MANUAL CONTROL RESPONSIBILITY The HSE Manager and Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) is responsible for the content and control of this Manual.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK QP04-01-01 Controlled/ Uncontrolled Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled Controlled HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL V. and a Manual Distribution List is maintained. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL VII. ISSUE STATUS The Issue Status of this Manual is the Issue Status appearing on the front of this Manual. AMENDMENT RECORD 6 of 68 Policy No. 2010 01 Aug. 2010 By President Dir. 2010 01 EK . The Issue Status and Issue Date of an individual page of this Manual are stated at the top right hand side of each page. President Dir.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. 2010 01 Aug.

...............3 HSE ORGANIZATION FORMAT................................................................................................................................................................................................ SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY......................................................................................6 AMENDMENT RECORD.................. II.......................................................................................................................................2 ALCOHOL............... DRUG AND CARRY WEAPON POLICY............ 1 1.........11 FIELD OF APPLICATION................4 HSE COMMITTEE ORGANIZATION FORMAT....................................................................................11 7 of 68 ............................................ III..................................... IV.......6 MANUAL DISTRIBUTION LIST......................................1 HDK’S HEALTH................................7 GENERAL SCOPE – OBJECTIVES.............................................................................. VII............................................... TABLE OF CONTENT I...........................................Policy/ Brief Description of Amendment Issue Status Issue Date Authorisation Procedure No........ V.............................................................................................................................................................5 MANUAL CONTROL.... VI........................................

.............................3 4.....3..........1.............................................................................14 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.........33 Training....................................2......17 Hazards Identification...........2 2........30 New Staff:...............26 HSE Coordinator.....6 4....................................4.........................3 4.....................7 4..................................................................................................................................................33 Training Requirement.............................................2.................................................3....3 4.......1...............9..........................36 Emergency Evacuation Training / Drill....................................................................37 Safety Training for Specific of Hazardous Jobs.........................................................................4............................1 3 4 4........................................2 4.....40 8 of 68 ................................3..................................4........................................2.......................1.......................4...........39 Develop HSE Awareness And Promotion....................................................................................................4............................................................................................39 Communications..........1 4....4....................2..................................4.........26 HSE Officer / HSE Supervisor...25 Accountability & Responsibilities..........................................................................7 4..........21 Legal and other Regulations:........................4.............................................................1 4................2............9 4..................................................5 4............9.......4....................35 Safety Training for Manager and Supervisor.......3.................................................4..............................4...........1 4..............................................................................2..................................................................2....11 OBJECTIVE...........................................................................................33 Competent Person Assessment and Designation..................................................................3......................................2 4.................................................................4.................2...............................................................................................................9...............................................39 Training Records and Register......................................8 4............9..............................................4......4...................4 4........................................2 4...........................................................23 Project Objectives and Programmes..................................................................................................................................................9..........2...................................4.....................3 4......1 4.............................................................1............................................9..........................................................................2 4.....................................................1 4.............4...............................4....18 Work Place......2 4.........................15 HEALTH.......................................4.......................4 4..........................6 4......................................1 NORMATIVE REFERENCES.........................6 4.....................................7 4.................4............................ Risk Assessment and Determining Controls.....9....24 Line Responsibility..................8....................................4.............2...................17 Scope....................40 HSE Management Review Meetings................................3.............................................................................38 Refresher Safety Training.............6 4....................................................................................1..................2......1 4..............................................................31 Training Approval.................................................................................2....2 4.......................................34 First Aid Training & CPR....3 4....................................................3.............................23 Annual HSE Policy & Objective.4 4.....................................2......................3.....................................................30 Competency Awareness and Training............2.......................................1..............................................................1..........................................32 Up Grading Employee Qualification....................40 Health........................................................31 The HSE Manager obligations..4..............................................................3......................6 4....................................................38 SCBA (Self Containing Breathing Apparatus)...............2....11 TERM AND DEFINITIONS...............................................4.............................39 Bilingual Communication.2..............................................9......................21 Environmental Aspect Register...............................................................................4....................................1........................................................................................................................................................................................................................3......................................................................................................4......................................................................................17 Risk Register............................................................................. Induction Program Matrix...................3.........................3 4......................................................................2 4..3.......3....................1 4............................................2.....36 Sea Survival Course (Offshore)...................................................2 4......................................2 4.............................5 4...9 4............8 4......................................25 HDK’s Managers..........................2............15 PLANNING............................................29 Employee & Sub.....................................................................9.......33 Competency Assessments............................9..............................................3 4.....................................31 Identification of Training Needs...............1 4...............................4..............4.....................................................................3 4.......................2........................................2 4....................................................................................................................................................4...8.............11 HEALTH............................................3..........................1................................2 4....14 The documented design.......................28 Supervisors..........35 Fire Fighting Course and Advanced Fire Fighting........................................................1................................25 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION...................................................................................31 Qualification Requirement...3..... Safety & Environment Meeting.....3 4...3..........................................................................................................3........................................................4....7...........................................................................17 General........................................................ Safety and Environmental Training and Development......................................................... SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY..........................4..............2.................................................3...............1............Contractor Participation in the Implementation of HSE.......................9.................2........1 4.........................................24 Line Management duties............................................1..4....................................................................................................................................................1.................................4.........................................................31 Health...........32 Competency...........................2........1 4.............. SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM........................37 Defensive Driving Course (DDC)......................4.................................4..........................30 President Director Obligations............................................................4................................25 Project Manager (Subject To Project).....................................................................25 President Director.............................................................................................................................4..............................................................3 4......4.......................................5 4..........................................4..............29 HSE Manager............... Participation and Consultation....4 4........................................3......................1.....................5 4..........................14 Company Development.............1...............................................................................................2...............................................................................................1 4......................................................4...................8 4.........4 4..................

............................................3 4...........3 4..............................3 4..............................2 4.52 Working at Height..............5.................4.......................................5 4............3............................................................................40 Toolbox Talk.....6....................4................................................................................................1 General HSE Meetings....................................................................6............51 Minimum PPE..4..6.........6.......................................................................................................4........6.........6..............60 9 of 68 ......................................................................................................................................................4.........50 Requirements....................................................56 Waste Management..........................1.... – Project HSE Plans...........................................4............4...2..................................................................4..............4.................................................................6.......................Company Work Instructions Manual...............48 Subcontractors’ HSE Management evaluation procedures.........4..........................................47 Subcontractor & Supplier Control..................................50 Project Specific Work Procedure................................43 Considerations.......................................................................4..........6...............................50 Inspection.4 4............................................................................1 4....7 4...........................................................................4...............................6 4.....................................................6....42 Level 2...............................................................3 4.............3...............................................................................4......................................................................1 4......................................6........4........................................................................................41 Pre Task HSE Briefing....................3 4.3..6.........................3....4.............................................................................................................6.....................4......2..................4 4.................................................................................................................................4................................1 4..............................................4........................................................................................2 4.........................................................4.......................................6.........................................................42 Level 3 ..........2 4..60 Project HSE Activity Planner..............................2 4.............4............................................1......................................42 Level 4 – Company Documentation Manual................................6...................50 Inspections Program..................................................50 Job Descriptions...3..........................4 4..........................................................................................................3 4................1 4...46 Computer Data Records................4 4...............4 4..6.................................4.53 Life Jacket.................1............................................................4.......3....................................4..................4.....................................................................................................................................................3.....................................4.............................1 4..............................2 4............1 4...................................................................................6...........................56 Environmental Impact Identification......................................................4.........................3 4........................................................2 4........................................58 Housekeeping.............5 4...............2...............................6........................................................................................41 Level 1 – HSE Manual..............................4........................................................4...........................................4.........1 4..........6..............................................6......................2 4................................................2 4......4.........................4..........................................................................4......................................................4......3..............................................................................................................47 Management of Change...................................................................3...............................3 4..................6 4.........4 4.................................2 4..........................6..................................................................................6...........................................4................................1................4........................5..................6.....................46 Operational Control......................41 General System Documents........................4................6......................2..........1 4................................................4...............4.4....................................................53 Work Vest..........4 4.........4...............................................................................................4 4.....................................41 DOCUMENTATION.3.......45 Control of Quality Records.....................2 4.............................................41 INTERNAL COMMUNICATION...5 4......................6........................4..6............................................................................41 Induction / Familiarization & Awareness.....................................................................................................44 Document Changes...........................7...........................4......................4..1 4.................51 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)..3 4...........6.......................1 4........................45 Identification.....59 CHECKING.................6.....................................................................................................4..3..............................................................................................................................49 Supply of Materials by Supplier......................7..............4..............................................................................6..............55 Offshore/Onshore Health Control and Medical Facilities......................................................... Disposal and Handling Hazardous Substances.......4...6......................4...............5.............................3........................3..................................4.....................4...4...43 Level 2 HSE Plans.....................4..................................2 4...4....3.......................................................................4 4.............4..4..........................47 Hiring and Placement................4.......................................................................4 4..............................2 4.....6.............4.............................................................................................................2 4.......................................54 Offshore Working Hours.............................................41 HSE Management Meetings......................59 Project Emergency Response Plans............2 4.....................................1 4................5 4..........................4.............................................................................................4................6.................2......................................................58 Emergency Preparedness.......4...........3......................................4......................................................................................................................45 Provision of Records................................3.......5.........................................................4........................................................................................................54 Health Monitoring Activities:....................................................45 Suitable back-up.........................4..............................................1........................................48 Subcontractors selection and control................................................................6 4...6..................59 Project Medical Evacuation (MEDIVAC)......................................6...............6.......1................................................................................4......................................................................................48 Subcontractor HSE Requirement....55 Substance Abuse & Smoking Policy..........................46 Disposal of Records.............4......6........................4.43 Control of System Documents.....5 4.............................................43 Master of HSE Manual Requirement.............................................41 Customer Communication............................................6 4.....................6...3....6...........5 4..6.....55 Work Environment Monitoring...............................6.............................................3 4..................................4...........................3...1 4................6...........................................................................6........................................6........60 Project Performance Standard....................6....................................46 Maintenance of Records.......................................................................................2..................49 Job Rules and Procedures..................................1 4....................50 Permit to Work System.............................

.............2 4......5.........2 4...........3..................3............3 4.............5...............................................2.........................2..........................................................................................................................64 Project Safety Hazard Observation Cards – training and implementation......................................4..............................................2...........67 Incident/Accident Report Form & Investigation Form..............................................................5....65 Incident/Accident classification standard..............................5.......................61 ...........................................63 Project Site HSE Weekly Reporting..........................................3 4........................2.......................62 Evaluation of Compliance...........1 4..............................4.......70 HDK HSE APPENDIX PROCEDURES....................................................................................63 Project HSE Reporting................................................67 Control of Records.................................................................................................3 4...64 Accident/ Incident & Near Miss Reporting & Investigation..................................4 4........................................................................................................................................67 Non conformity corrective and prevention action............................5 4........1.......................................1...2...........68 Project Audit Program and Audit Schedule........5....................63 Matrix HSE Performance Report...........68 Internal Audit............1.......................5........................................................................64 Project Safety Stop Work Authorization........................................................................................................................................1 HSE Reactive Indicators................................................................65 Recordable Incident Definition......70 10 of 68 ..............1 HSE Reactive Indicators.5...................1 4.60 ....................................................................1......69 HSE Audit Team.......................................................................3..........5..............................................1............65 Accident / Incident Analysis...2 4................5.................................1 4................................................................................................5........................................................................1.....4................................5..................................................................................1.............................................5....................5.........................................2...................4.............................................................5...................1 4...........................5.......................5......3 4....................................5...............................................................2 4.....69 HSE Audit Report.......................................................................................2 4...................5.2 4.5.2 4.......... Hazard Reporting Program...........................4....................4 4............................................................................................66 Incident/Accident Investigation.................................3..5..........6 5 Project HSE Key Performance Indicators.........................5........................................................5................5..................................................................3..............3...........................................4 4............................69 MANAGEMENT REVIEW..........63 Project HSE Monthly Reporting..................................1 4..........................................................................................................................................................................2 4.......................................................4 4...................2 4.....................................68 HSE Program Evaluation..........

Specifications for Guidance and Use. A register of these manuals has been established and their currency is maintained in accordance with Manual. marine. Undesired event giving rise to death. The scope of our operations includes HDK’s Office. Resources. Systematic examinations against defined criteria to determine whether activities and related results conform to planned arrangements and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve the Company’s policy and objectives. these references are held in electronic format. 1. injury. ill health.  ISO 14001:2004  HDK’s Quality Manual  TERM AND DEFINITIONS Accident. 3 Specification for Environmental Management Systems.  Auditor. A person who has the qualifications to perform audits. damage or loss. An organizational area or function to be audited. ISO 18002:2000 Occupational Health and Safety .1 OBJECTIVE The Company holds a number of normative references that form part of the integrated healthy safety and environmental management system.: Procedure No. Activities and Responsibilities relevant to the particular Contract or Project. HDK’s Manual.  Quality Plan. Where possible.  ISO 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety . ISO 19011:2002 Guidelines for Quality and/or Environmental Management Systems Auditing. in line the environmental policy.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4. safety and environmental management system applies to our project activities including our office in daily routine activity and related to the provision of marine.1 FIELD OF APPLICATION The integrated health.Guidelines for Implementation of OHSAS 18001. 2010 01 EK 1 GENERAL SCOPE – OBJECTIVES The Company’s health safety and environmental management system details the administration and provision of policies and procedures to effective manage and control the business operations of the Company within a safe working environment with minimal impact on the environment.  Company.  The Company Means: PT. offshore and engineering services in our project. offshore and engineering support services encompass within EPCI contract services. 2 NORMATIVE REFERENCES 2.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. Section 4.  Audit. The organization that have agreed to take over all the duties and responsibilities 11 of 68 . The document setting out specific Quality Practices.6. Hafar Daya Konstruksi with abbreviated as HDK.  Auditee.

fauna. wholly or partly resulting from operational activities or services. A significant environmental aspect is one that can have a significant environmental impact. damage to property. Monitoring of individuals for the purpose of identifying changes in health status that may be due to occupational exposure to a hazard. Inspection. Conformance (Compliance). Activities such as measuring. Essential Documents. Corrective Action. whether adverse or beneficial. Environmental Impact. 2010 01 EK Imposed by the Standards. Those with an interest in the quality. 12 of 68 . and Interested Parties. Environment. An environmental goal arising from the integrated policy that the organization sets itself to achieve within a specified timescale. which qualifies that person to perform the task required by the Standards. Incident. Health Surveillance. Hazard Identification. or a combination of these. Hazard. The term “Control of Risks” is used to mean the process of elimination or minimization of risks. including air. ill health. also the state of meeting the requirements. damage to the environment. The surroundings and conditions in which the organization operates. Environmental Objective. Environmental Aspects. testing and/or gauging one or more characteristics of a product or service and comparing these with specified requirements to determine conformity. A person who has acquired through training. Any unplanned event resulting in or having a potential for injury. A source or a situation with a potential for harm in terms of human injury or ill health. land. contract or regulation. The party for who services are directly provided for by the Company. as it may be used as a reference (drawings) or as a means of verification (test status). Control of Risks. Environmental Target. An affirmative indication that a product or service has met the relevant specifications. Any change to the environment. natural resources. the knowledge and skills including environmental awareness and Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) knowledge and skills. Action taken to eliminate the root cause(s) and symptom(s) of an undesirable deviation or non-conformity to prevent recurrence. First Party Audit.: Procedure No. flora. safety and environmental aspects of the Organization’s operational activities and services.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. Measurable results of the environmental improvements based on policy objectives and targets. Any element of the Company’s activities that impinge on the environment. Customers. qualification and experience or a combination of these. The process of recognizing that a hazard exists and defining its characteristics. A detailed environmental performance requirement.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL                    Policy No. Competent Person. An internal audit. water. damage or other loss. humans and their inter-relationship. Environmental Performance. A document which is regarded as being “essential” to ensure quality of work.

Conditions and factors that affect the well-being of employees. Occupational Health and Safety Management System. Management Representative. visitors and any other person in the workplace. measurement or test and which can be verified. Objective Evidence. practices. practices.             Major Non-conformity. 6) Those exercising statutory or legislative control over the organisation. Occupational Health and Safety Policy. management systems performance etc. Occupational Health and Safety Objectives. A person with expertise and qualifications in the Subject to Project. Overall OH&S goal in terms of OH&S performance. 5) Environmental groups. 2) Shareholders. The measurable results of the OH&S Management System related to the organisation’s control of health and safety risks. property damage. objectives and targets.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. processes and resources for developing. 13 of 68 . a major non-conformity may include lack of effective and systematic implementation of the requirements of the Standards/Codes. contractor personnel. achieving.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. damage to the workplace environment or a combination of these. The Management Representative (MR) is person in overall charge of the day-to-day maintenance of the System. intentions and principles in relation to its overall OH&S performance which provides a framework for action and for the setting of its OH&S objectives and targets. In addition. planning activities. Occupational Health and Safety Professional. 4) Local residents. Performance measurement includes measurement of OH&S management activities and results. Any deviation from work standards. 2010 01 EK These include: 1) Employees. and 7) The General Public. Non-conformity. The component of the overall management system which includes organisational structure. An identifiable deviation that poses a serious threat to personal safety or serious risk to the environment and requires immediate corrective action. Statement by the organisation of its commitment. arising from the OH&S Policy that an organisation sets itself to achieve and which are quantified where applicable.: Procedure No. implementing. temporary workers. Requirement which require addressed related to project operation only. procedures. based on its OH&S policy. Occupational Health and Safety Performance. records or statements of fact relevant to the quality of an item or service. Occupational Health and Safety. Carries the same meaning as a non-conformance. regulations. reviewing and maintaining the OH&S Policy and so President the risks associated with the business of the organisation. Non-conformance. or to the existence and implementation of an element of the integrated system which is based on observation. Qualitative or quantitative information. that could either directly of indirectly lead to injury or illness. responsibilities. 3) Insurers.

Organisation.Policy No. human injury and avoid damage to the environment during operation.: Issue Date: 01 Aug. Determine the criteria and methods to ensure effective operation and control to achieve planned results and continual improvement. monitor and analyse the various processes to be able to implement actions to achieve objectives/targets and continuous improvement.2 The documented design The documented system has been designed to:            Identify important processes throughout the Company. Provide safe practices for operations and a safe working environment. Occupational Health and Safety Target. SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.1. related to the organisations control of health and safety risks. firm. assessment. that has its own function(s) and administration. 2010 01 EK . Enable personnel to manage.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI     4 HEALTH. Ensure sufficient competent. enterprise or other legal entity or part thereof. whether incorporated or not.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. public or private. quantified wherever practicable and pertaining to the organisation. 4. Measurable results of the OH&S Management System. evaluation or control of occupational hazards and risks associated with occupational ill health. including preparation for emergencies related to personnel safety and the environment.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 4. Performance. Quality. Determine the sequence and interaction of these processes. ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007. Reference documented procedures required in HDK’s HSE Manual ( ISO 9001:2008). Safety and Environmental (QS&E) Audit. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL  Issue Status: 01 i Authorized by: EK dentification. A company. that arises from the health and safety objectives and that needs to be met in order to achieve those objectives. corporation. Ensure effective communication to support and monitor processes. contractors and visitors to prevent loss of life. qualified and trained personnel are available and continually improve the safety management of personnel. based on its OH&S policy and objectives.: Procedure No. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 14 of 68 Policy No. A detailed performance requirement. Establish safeguards and controls against identifiable risks and hazards. Measure. A systematic and independent examination to determine whether QS&E Management System activities and related results comply with planned arrangements and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve objectives. control and effectively operate the documented processes. Ensure safety of personnel.

Health. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI  15 of 68 . and Ensure objectives and targets are being met through the periodic auditing of the organization’s activities. Policy No. contract or project.2       HEALTH. The term “risk assessment” is used to mean the overall process of estimating the magnitude of risk and deciding what actions will be taken. Health. objectives and targets (subject to project) that undertake environmental protection. as applicable to the services the Company offer.    Protect and preserve the environment by establishing and implementing procedures that recognize both the safety of Company employees as well as the delicacy of the environment. A state in which the risk of harm (to persons) or damage is limited to an acceptable level. The integrated management system designed with the intent of ensuring the fulfilment of customer requirements and the safety and environmental performance of all personnel. 4. The suitability of this policy is reviewed periodically to ensure it remains appropriate and compatible with the Company’s objectives and policies. A document identifying specific service quality requirements or the verification of performed quality/safety and environmental related activities. A document setting out the specific quality/safety and environmental practices.: Issue Date: 01 Aug. service. 4. This policy is signed by the President Director and appears at the front of this manual. Safety. The Company has integrated in separate document of Health. Risk. Comply with the letter and spirit of applicable rules. Note: Whenever the term “risk” occurs in this standard.3 Company Development The Company has developed and put in place policies. (In relation to any potential injury or harm) the likelihood and consequence of that injury or harm occurring. Safety and Environmental Plan. Safety and Environmental Policies that demonstrate Management’s commitment to meeting objectives and continuous improvement. resources and sequence of activities relevant to a particular. Operational control is established to cover the following significant environmental aspects:  Garbage disposal.: PS01/HSEP01 Procedure No. Safety and Environmental Record. The Health Safety and Environmental Management System. this should be taken to mean “Occupational Health and Safety Risk”.1. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL  Issue Status: 01 R Authorized by: EK isk Assessment.  Water monitoring. update environmental standards in accordance with technological developments and other legislative changes in order to ensure the currency and applicability of the standards. Review and. regulations and legislation. SAFETY and ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY.  Vehicle fuel economy. where appropriate.

This is the International Standards Organisation Standard for the operation of Environmental Management Systems. An audit by an organisation. Second Party Audit. working on its own behalf. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 16 of 68 Policy No.: Procedure No.  The policy is a controlled document and all employees must be familiar with this policy in accordance with the requirements of the standards.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. other companies can see that your Company operates in an environmentally efficient way.  The policy is signed by the President Director to demonstrate management's commitment from the highest level. on another organisation.  Tender. Risk that has been reduced to a level that can be endured by the organisation having regard to its legal obligations and its own OH&S Policy. 2010 01 EK . The implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility has increased the need for companies to stop wasting and polluting the planet and by complying to this Standard.  Signed copies of the policy are displayed throughout the workplace for the information of all personnel and visitors. An audit by an independent body (the third party) on an organisation.  Third Party Audit.  Tolerable Risk. Also known as an external audit and most commonly carried out for the purpose of certification of an organisation. This is normally an audit on a supplier by a customer. This Standard from the ISO helps companies operate in an environmentally friendly way which is an ever more important aspect in business. and  ISO 14001:2004 . An offer made by a supplier in response to an invitation to satisfy a contract award to provide product.

1.3. For the purpose of this assessment.1 Scope This Instruction covers the conduct of risk assessments for operational tasks.3 PLANNING 4.3. b) Likelihood is a qualitative term used to describe the probability or frequency of an event. Risk Assessment and Determining Controls. The aim of this process is to separate the minor and tolerable risks from the major risks in order to assist in the evaluation and treatment of the major risks. to a terrorist or other unlawful act.1 Hazards Identification. 4. Qualitative risk scores for consequence and likelihood for each risk event are applied to the evaluation table below. including physical and human assets. The intent and capability of terrorists to effect a terrorist act is also relevant to determining the likelihood of a risk event.: Issue Date: QualitativeMANUAL Risk Analysis Matrix HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL Issue Status: Likelihood Consequence Authorized by: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI InsignificantMinor HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. their implementation and an assessment of the risk events in terms of consequence and likelihood.2 General a) An analysis of the identified risks was undertaken to determine the existing controls. Within this security assessment. consideration was given to the susceptibility or vulnerability of an asset. the following likelihood risk scoring was applied: Qualitative Measures of Likelihood Level c) Descriptor Description A Is expected to occur in most circumstances B Will probably occur in most circumstances C Might occur at some time D Could occur at some time E May occur only in exceptional circumstances Risk evaluation requires a comparison of the identified risk levels to the risk assessment criteria established for the security assessment. 4.3.: Procedure No. the following criteria were applied to determine the overall risk assessment criteria. When determining the likelihood of an event. Policy No. 2010 01 EK Moderate Major Catastrophic Almost Certain High High Extreme Extreme Extreme Likely Medium High High Extreme Extreme Possible Low Medium High Extreme Extreme Unlikely Low Low Medium High Extreme Rare Low Low Medium High High 17 of 68 . environmental aspects and HSE issues during project operation.1.4.

Low risk – Management by routine procedures. High risk – Senior management attention required.1.Notes: Extreme risk – Immediate action required.3 Risk Register The Company project operation occupational health and safety risks are detailed within the following table. Medium risk – Management responsibility must be specified. 18 of 68 .3. 4.

Nil LTI 002 Crane Operations Trip Hazards General Hazards Rare Unlikely Moderate Minor Medium Low Procedure/Work Instructions.: Issue Date: Issue Status: HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 19 of 68 Wear correct PPE. Wear correct PPE. Maintain register of all hazardous material and copies of relevant MSDS. Fire fighting drills. Nil LTI Nil LTI Hazard hunts.: Procedure No. 2010 Issue One EK REGISTER OF SIGNIFICANT SAFETY RISKS Ref 001 Activity or Process Lifting Operations Aspect Likelihoo Consequence Risk Performance Measure Rare Minor Low Correct lifting methods Manual Lifting Controls Procedure/Work Instructions. 2010 Issue One .: Procedure No. Spillage Response Skin Exposure 004 Hazardous Material List Management of dangerous material Rare Moderate Medium Nil LTI Unlikely Minor Medium Nil LTI Rare Moderate Medium Audit against stock holdings.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. Work Instructions. Long sleeve protective clothing or coveralls. If are unsure of the requirements ask your supervisor and read the MSDS for the product. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Policy No.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Policy No. If are unsure of the requirements ask your supervisor and read the MSDS for the product. If are unsure of the requirements ask your supervisor and read the MSDS for the product. 003 Product Decanting Fume Inhalation Rare Moderate Medium Nil LTI Flammable Liquids Rare Moderate Medium Nil Fires Wear correct PPE. HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.

.Authorized by: Ref Activity or Process 005 Operation of a Motor Vehicle Aspect Vehicle Accidents Likelihoo Consequence Risk Unlikely Minor Medium 20 of 68 EK Performance Measure Nil LTI Controls Awareness and policy controls on the safe operation of vehicles.

3. sub-contractors and customers. Company staffs are to endeavor to: A. To foster a safe working environment and to promote open communications with suppliers. Workplaces are equipped in accordance with local HSE standards. 4. Optimise the number of suppliers to facilitate rapid solutions to quality. The Company environmental aspects are detailed within the following table.1.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4. C. B. safety and environmental management system delivers a duty of care to staff.5 Environmental Aspect Register. 21 of 68 . safety or environmental issues.: Procedure No. safety and environmental management systems. Evaluate suppliers’ capabilities.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.3.4 Policy No. contractors and the public under the one management system.1. and Encourage suppliers to implement their own quality. 2010 01 EK Work Place The implementation of Health.

: Procedure No.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Policy No. 2010 Issue One EK REGISTER OF SIGNIFICANT ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS Ref 001 Activity or Process 002 Use of Water/Electricity Product Decanting 003 004 Product Spillage Product Selection 005 Waste Management Aspect Conservation Pollutant Spillage Bio-degradable Products Disposal Processes Importance Medium High High Medium Medium Performance Measure Controls To reduce consumption Work Instructions To prevent escape into the environment Work Instructions Where possible source biodegradable products Ensure waste is disposed of legally in an environmentally friendly manner Work Instructions 22 of 68 Work Instructions .: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.

: Procedure No.3. Health. the Company is able to demonstrate that all operational service realisation activities are planned and controlled.3 ISM Code ( International Safety Management Code) MARPOL ( International Marine Pollution 1978 ) SOLAS ( Safe Life At Sea) STCW ( Standard Training Certification for Seafarer) Project Objectives and Programmes The Company has established project operational objectives for the organisation and personnel are encouraged to share their knowledge and experience in order to help facilitate the Company’s commitment to continuous improvement.3. Management have ensured sufficient resources are available within the Company to sustain a continuous improvement strategy. Legal and other requirement taken into account establishing.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4. 2010 01 EK .: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.     4.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. By ensuring that appropriate documented procedures are available in the relevant locations. 2010 01 EK Legal and other Regulations: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI establishes implement & maintaining a procedure and other HSE requirement that applicable to it. environmental and HSE performance have been planned and the controls have been documented in the relevant objectives and targets programmes. the HDK Management strives to achieve the following objectives and targets: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 1 Safety performance level of ZERO fatality HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 23 of 68 Policy No.: Procedure No. Based on the Project HSE Policy.2 Policy No. and working into organization control. implementing and maintaining into HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUSI HSEMS. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall keep this information up-to date.

and establish an annual operation HSE program.: Issue Date: 01 Aug.3.2 Line Management duties.000 NO damage assets NO illness caused by uncontrolled exposure to hazardous materials or operation (as defined by National industrial regulations) Minimize environmental discharge.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No. The Policy shall contain the HSE Objectives. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK special regard to HSE matters. Manager shall plan. motivate. The director shall together with his Managers establish and routinely review the Policy.3. NO hazardous discharge as restricted by National Environmental Regulations Sufficient emergency preparedness measures to minimize consequences of potential accidents Conduct monthly site top management HSE walkabout and 3-monthly. and follow up the work with Policy No. To make it possible to attain HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HSE Objectives. organize. 4. site visit.1 Annual HSE Policy & Objective. emissions and waste generation. The Managers are responsible for setting an example by promoting HSE activities at the highest level.3. This will be archived by work.3.site HSE management audits. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 24 of 68 . control. performing HSE observation and addressing HSE Meeting. The HSE program and any changes to the HSE Management System shall be communicated to employees through establish communication lines. All findings are tracked till completion Ensure strict PPE compliance by all HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI’s and Subcontractor’s personnel including visitors Ensure all Incident/Accident investigation completed with root cause analysis and mitigation measures implemented Ensure all Lessons-Learnt are communicated widely and prevent recurrences of incident/accident TARGET ZERO LOST TIME INJURY 4.2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 NO serious fire or explosion accident (which need external assistance) NO serious marine traffic accident NO property damage or loss more than USD75. Senior Managers shall participate in the evaluation of the HSE Policy once a year.

the necessary resource allocated. monitored and its performance assessed.1.  Ensure that all safety personnel assigned at site have qualified skill and capabilities to obtain a high performance of facilitation and implementation of safety at the field.4 IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATION 4. The responsibilities and authorities of each category of personnel are described in their Job Descriptions that also cover individual HSE requirements.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4.2 HDK’s Managers Manager is fully responsible to implement the HSE program as well as the providing of human resources.1 Accountability & Responsibilities The Management of HSE responsibilities within HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI is a Line Responsibility with each individual Line Manager responsible to his superior for HSE matters within his control.: Procedure No.1 President Director The President Director has the responsibility to ensure that there is an effective HSE Policy.3 Line Responsibility HSE is a line responsibility within HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI all personnel are responsible for HSE activities.  Establish and develop. trough HSE Coordinator.3 Project Manager (Subject To Project)  Responsible for overall site management and project coordination between CLIENT / Owner. 4.4.3. 4. 4. a systematically step and procedure related with safety according to the corporate Safety system and CLIENT Requirement.1. 2010 01 EK  Ensure compliance to legal and other requirements  Identification of significant aspects and impacts / hazards and risks and implementation of control measures  Monitoring of HSE performance.4. that its objectives are clearly set up.3. their understanding and implementation of the program at the Head Quarter and the current project sites.4.  Enforcement and implementation of Procedures (WP) / Work Instructions (WI) to ensure HSE control and compliance related to office / site activities HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. 4.1. 25 of 68 . so that the HSE procedures can be implemented effectively. which is implemented.4. Manager has responsibility in maintaining a good cooperation between PT HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and customers and other parties.

The HSE Coordinator is administratively responsible and accountable to the Project Manager to the function activities relating to the corporate and Site Safety Program. Project Manager Conducts and investigation according to HSE Department Accident Investigation Procedure. Make a trough review of all accident investigation and sign them prior to distribution. Coordinates the efforts of the job sites HSE Programs. CLIENT or provincial Safety codes as necessary. Provides job site with government. CLIENT and HSE Department regulations. government (DEPNAKER & MIGAS). regulations and or standards requirements. provincials Safety codes and other communications and advises Project Manager / Site Management of compliance and condition requiring attention.4. Maintain and effective and prompt line of communication of Safety matters trough all lines of supervisor. HSE Coordinator may take the actions to minimize. Establish with all line supervisor and the HSE Coordinator clear understanding of each member’s responsibilities and specific duties. Collaborates with the Project Manager and his staff the development of required revision to existing procedures. 2010 01 EK Makes trough analysis of statistical data inspection. 26 of 68 . In the event of a disabling accident.      4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL      Policy No. delineates problems areas.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4 HSE Coordinator In the responsibility of the HSE Coordinator are to provide field Safety Construction management and supervision with the necessary service relative HSE Department Program.1. Collaborates with the Project Manager and his staff the development and preparation of the Weekly Safety Meeting agenda. till corrective improvement action taken by the Work base Structure’s or totally suspend the task the till the practices and condition complies with the rules. In special cases. rules and regulation and submits proposed changes. Holds one formal Safety Meeting every month with line Supervisor. visitor or equipment. or stop unsafe practice and or condition by suspending the work. where the safety practices and work environment condition may endanger personnel.: Procedure No. Ensure that all cost correlated with site safety needed had been available and approved all equipment will be used at the site trough HSE Coordinator. The responsibilities of the HSE Coordinator are as follows:  Maintain current knowledge of Safety Literatures. and makes recommendations for solution.

PPE) are made available and to reduce broken missing.: Procedure No. Conduct independent audits to observe conformance with established HSE Program and determines the effectiveness of individual elements of the program. Review all accident and investigative report. this involves regular visit the site.  Monitoring Work Permit and its validity. Establish contact with subcontractor with the objective of maintaining good relation and coordination of accident prevention activities. rectify and records daily unsafe action. including condition and report to HSE Manager. Participates with the engineer and the Superintendent in making a pre-job Safety Hazards Analysis prior to the commencement of the job. Establish written emergency procedures for the job site.q. evaluated their effectiveness and suggest improvement where indicated. providing instruction and guidance as needed arrangements are made at the start of each job and ensure all government and insurance are prepared.5 HSE Officer / HSE Supervisor  Reporting daily Site HSE Coordinator by using proper form. 27 of 68 . distributed.  Inspect. Checks on the use of all types of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE).4. and maintained in a proper manner.         Takes the part in the review of all disabling injuries and assists in the investigation all accident and near misses. To ensure supplies HSE Equipment (e.  Responsible to carry out HSE Programs in verbal and written format as mentioned in HSE Manual. 2010 01 EK 4.  Monitoring the compliance of Employees and Visitors.  Responsible in assessing employees for rewards and punishment purpose and issuing a warning / sanction to the involved employee. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. Serves all liaisons for the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI with governing agencies and other groups in related to HSE Requirement.1.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.

 To check the Radio communication. banner.  To conduct emergency or evacuation drill according to the schedule.  Ensure and implementation of Emergency Response Plan HSE that all levels of project management accepting. Toolbox Meeting.  Coordinates all HSE activities as well as Emergency drills.  Prepares all reports as required. safety sign.  To ensure daily Tool Box Meeting.6 Policy No. well organized and accepted by all employees. Safety Talks. LOTO are completed as the needed project. To ensure daily JSA.q.  Supervisor is responsible to ensure the implementation of HSE program done on site in proper manner as per completed briefings.q.1. Work Permit are available on the work site.  Supervisor is responsible in participating HSE Meeting.: Procedure No.  To conduct equipment inspection including fire protection equipment regularly. poster. etc) is brought to the attention of field management and those are immediately corrected  Organizes safety Equipment Regularly. Supervisors  Supervisor is responsible to carry out HSE programs in verbal and written format as mentioned in the HSE Manual. Weekly Safety Talk with CLIENT has been conducted. scaffold. record of license driver / operator equipment. tagging.4. welder. in order to ensure the activities done continuously.  To ensure all safety equipment e. certificate of vehicle / equipment.  Investigates any accident or incident as required. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL  4. 2010 01 EK To set a good examples.  To ensure that the pre-start briefing and pre-lifting inspection is done on daily basis.  Ensure that all safety reports / findings of any unsafe acts / conditions.  Ensure that e comprehensive statistical record of all accident dangerous occurrences for the project is maintained. worker certificate (e. 28 of 68 .: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.

6 HSE Manager  HSE Manager is responsible for ensuring and verifying that the requirements of the present HSE Management System are implemented and maintained. 29 of 68 .  To perform their work in accordance with HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI procedures.: Issue Date: HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: Authorized by: 4. all employees were requested to be aware on their participation to the HDK HSE program as described in the HSE policy statement.  To ensure the above objective they have obligation to visit any worksite periodically and/ or if necessary and also have authority to pursue his responsibilities and they shall be given every assistance by staff and employee of HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI.1.  To co-operate fully with all levels of management and supervision regarding HSE matters including the wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) where required.4. 2010 01 EK For the effectiveness on the implementation of the HSE Management system. Their participation shall be demonstrated in the following activities: To take care of their own HSE and that of others who depend of them. Policy No.: Procedure No.Contractor Participation in the Implementation of HSE HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.  Supervisor is responsible to accept.  Their appointment dos not relieve any other personnel of their HSE responsibilities.4. All employees of HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and their Subcontractors and Suppliers who are responsible for the following duties:  To take care of their own HSE and that of others who depend on them. 4.7 Employee & Sub. collect and provide feedback data regarding site HSE program for his reference to improve HSE program.1. Supervisor is responsible in assessing employees for reward and punishment purpose and issuing a warning/ sanction to the involved employee.

30 of 68 .: Issue Date: HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: Authorized by:  Their legal responsibilities under ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007. safety and environmental policy. and Policy No.: Procedure No.2.miss happened and dangerous occurrence. 2010 01 EK New employees are to work alongside experienced personnel for a period of time to ensure that they are familiar with their roles and responsibilities. The integrated system as appropriate to their responsibilities.4.4.2 President Director Obligations. To familiarize themselves with all procedures and information provided.2. 4. and all cases of pollution. ill health.2. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.1 New Staff: All employees are given a period of induction to ensure they are fully aware of:     Their duties. and Leave including terms and conditions 4. Applicable hazard management and emergency response plans. and in case of doubt seek information.  To report to line supervision each and every Incident giving rise to injury.4. Performance management. To report immediately to supervisor anything that appears to be defective or anything this appears to constitute a HSE hazard. first aid.2 Competency Awareness and Training 4. Workforce management. The President Director will identify the training requirements of these standards and codes for personnel as required. responsibilities and appropriate procedures. Promotion.3 Health. The President Director has established and implemented procedures covering but not limited to:         Resource planning and recruitment. near. pertinent to HSE. The quality. Equal opportunities. The objective of the Company is to achieve and maintain for ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007. Staff movements. Training and development. Safety and Environmental Training and Development. 4.4. property damage or malfunction.

4. The Company has designed a specific checklist for induction. qualifications.2. it is the policy of the Company is to promote from within where possible. responsibilities and plans. competency. rules and regulations. The Company encourages staff to gain additional training and development through a programme of multi-skilling by rotating staff around the various functions to provide a surge capacity during peak workloads. a reasonable period of hand-over is to be allowed particularly in the case of senior staff.4.  The general layout of the Company. Training needs will be further identified by the HSE Manager in conjunction with the President Director.4. emergency duties.  First aid points and fire fighting appliances.7 Qualification Requirement  HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI will employ only personnel suitably trained/ qualified for its operations.  Muster points. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK The HSE Manager is to maintain a file record of each employee. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Wherever possible. awareness. 4. safety and environmental policy and procedures in relation to their responsibilities.4 Identification of Training Needs.2. The HSE Manager.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No. experience. and  Emergency response training.4. 31 of 68 .: Issue Date: 01 Aug. All staff will receive formal familiarisation with:  Their duties and responsibilities.2.  The quality. National Legislation and contractual requirements of Clients/ Customers.5 Training Approval. In order to maintain continuity of employment and enhance morale. is to develop a training programme on the integrated system. 4. The HSE Manager is to maintain personnel files for all staff that are to include a job description.2.  The equipment and machinery on site. Policy No.4. induction and training records. Particular attention is to be paid to the training of internal auditors.4. All staff is to be suitably qualified in accordance with applicable mandatory standards.6 The HSE Manager obligations. in consultation with the President Director.  HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall periodically review the qualification requirements for individual in line with HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI requirements.

D.4.2.2.1 Up Grading Employee Qualification In the case of inadequate qualifications project related offshore and onshore positions. seminars and conferences 4.2. 4.: Procedure No. The most common methods used for upgrading personnel are as follows: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL A. Designation as a Competent Person is approved by the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Project Manager and the HSE Coordinator. A Competent Person has immediate knowledge of a subject matter. It is thus Department Manager who is responsible for maintain & defining qualification requirements for the positions within the organizational unit. C.8.4. health and environmental standards. Operation and use of specific equipment.2 Competency Assessments 32 of 68 . Potential hazards associated with specific jobs. Qualifications will be verified and copies kept in the Personnel Department files.4. formal education.7.8. Policy No. the appropriate Manager / Discipline / Section Head or Competent Person completes an assessment on the basis of the criteria. or specialized training pertaining to:     Job activity being performed.4.2. 4.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. B. To what extent qualified personnel are available If any plan exists to upgrade the employee. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI will provide training to assist individuals achieve designation as a competent person. To the extent possible. the Personnel Department will evaluation based on:     Degree of non-conformance. Safety.  Qualification requirements are established in HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Job Classification.1 Competent Person Assessment and Designation Before certification as a Competent Person. Company provides required certification for our personnel. either by years of experience in the specific field. and as the need arises.8 Competency HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI is committed to ensuring that we have a competent and skilled workforce. 4. 2010 01 EK On-the job training Job rotation Internal course and seminar External courses.

Induction Program Matrix No Training Program Participant 1 2 3 4 Safety Orientation/ Induction Sea Survival Basic Fire Fighting Rigging/ Slinging 5 SCBA (Self Containing Breathing Apparatus) 6 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Emergency Responds Incident command system Fire Fighting Advanced First Aid/ CPR Hazard Communication Program Incident Investigation Industrial Waste identification analysis MIGAS Scaffolding Certificate Fire Watch Training Waste Management Permit Work System ( PTW) & LOTO System Welder Certificate Safe Driver Training Diving Training Certificate 33 of 68 All Employee.2.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. 4. Visitor All project employees All project employees Rigger ( Project) All employee working at confined space and H2S Designated Area ( Project) All Employee Fire Fighting Crew ( Project) Medic ( Project) All Employee ( Project) HSE Off/Mgr/Supv ( Project) HSE Off/Mgr/Supv ( Project) Crane Operator ( Project) Scaffolder and Inspector ( Project) Fire Watchman ( Project) All Employee ( Project) All Employee ( Project) All Welder ( Project) All Driver All Diver( Project) .4. In reviewing the training plan.2. the company management will establish training priorities in relation to their policies and budget.9.1 Training. survival certificates. they should have the relevant industry / technical qualifications and have undergone all Company and Project specific Training as required in order to properly execute the work in accordance with the contract and good working practice.: Procedure No.9 Training Requirement Training needs are to be identified between performance appraisals. The overall training requirements are to be checked against training budget.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall ensure that all personnel employed on the works offshore have current medical certificates.4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. Competency Assessment will be completed for all key personnel onboard to ensure their suitability for their responsibilities. 2010 01 EK 4.

control and restoration of breathing Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Practical application of the recovery position Casualty management of life threatening injuries.9. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall provide copies of training records or completion certificates for each employee. treatments of snake bite.Policy No. Casualty management of fractures Treatment of burs. foreman and at least one member on each team. 2010 01 EK . 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK Site HSE Training is an important tools and equipment shall guarantee safe work competence required to achieve HSE Performance goals. 4.4. managed under coordination by HSE section and site personnel section.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.2 First Aid Training & CPR A basic and advance first Aid training are scheduled to be done.4. HSE Training needs shall depend on the Project HSE Requirement.3 Fire Fighting Course and Advanced Fire Fighting The CONTRACTOR HSE Department will supervise the training of the fire team and fire watcher at the beginning of the crew. documenting date of completion for each training session. Treatment of head exhaustion Evacuation procedures. This training will be repeated on a monthly basis during the planned exercise.9.: Procedure No. Supervisor. The main topics of the fire-fighting course will be:        Different types of fire Procedure Principles of a fire Detection and warning Types of extinguishers Handling and use fire extinguishers Fire Prevention HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 34 of 68 Policy No. HSE training procedure shall be developed referring to Company training procedure. The main topics of the first aid Training will be:         Maintenance of air-way. The basic training will be offered for all the personnel and the advance one is scheduled for HSE Coordinator. The Medics will be in charge of training the personnel in the techniques of first aid in order to obtain a good level of knowledge with a good quantity of personnel.2.: Issue Date: 01 Aug.2. HSE Training permanent agenda in the project HSE Program.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No.

. Safety Meeting (type frequency. Incentive plan for safety performance. Emphasize observance of safety condition as well as construction status while being on the site.4. The drill / exercises simulate the actual emergency where practicable. Emergency Evacuation Training.4. Safety Committee Procedure and its activities. etc. objectives. .9.2. The CONTRACTOR will be conduct the Drill simulates every six (6) month. on-site Safety Policy and Monthly Safety Targets which are establish by the Safety Committee. the following shall be provided by instructors:           Enforce of observance of the Corporate Safety Policy. Reporting to their superiors’ daily or weekly on topical matters regarding work and safety status.2. and making reports).6 Sea Survival Course (Offshore) 35 of 68 Policy No.9.    Training for fire fighting with fire hydrants and fire extinguishers. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4. etc.4. etc.2.) Ensure participation in Safety Patrols conduct prior to Safety Committee Meeting and other safety meeting (type. participants. Make sure of Safety Organization and individual’s responsibility regarding safety management. 2010 01 EK .) Action to be taken when detecting us-safe acts and unsafe working conditions (stoppage of work. for all employees monthly by competent personal designated /or time scheduling. explosion. The drill / exercises are an essential part of the overall safety program to ensure every one fully understands their roles in case of emergency. and confirm response and action time.4. Accident Investigation Procedure and reporting system. 4. participants. frequency. prohibition of use of facilities.: Procedure No.5 Emergency Evacuation Training / Drill The HSE Coordinator of CONTRACTOR together with HSE Representative of Company shall conduct Emergency and Evacuation Training for fires.4 Safety Training for Manager and Supervisor In addition to the contents of the Safety Induction Training.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. Emphasize the necessity for expanding safety knowledge. First Aid Training and Rescue Training.9.

Work requiring Special Training: 36 of 68 . Training should be including:          Offshore facility abandonment and preparation Manage the survival process Survival Craft First Aid for Survivors Life Jackets and Immersion Suits Actions in Survival Craft Distressed Signals and Communications Rescue Boats Practical Pool Session 4.9. the certificate shall be in valid period. in case this certified has expired. strategy and tips for safe driving.2.: Procedure No. regular vehicles inspection.All CONTRACTOR employees designated to work on the Offshore are required to certify Sea Survival Course. The training covers theory and practical aspect of the following:       the risk of vehicle operation. The SS course is designed to improve an individual’s chance of surviving at sea according to SOLAS requirement.4. vehicle policy and regulation. The intent of this training is to provide safe driving awareness for all vehicle operators. list of instruction to check vehicle condition prior to operation. One of the efforts to minimize the accident due to MVA the CONTRACTOR employees shall have the DDC certificate. This instruction also to be posted in the driver’s cabin to enable the driver to remember the items that are needed to be checked prior to operation. a Defensive Driving Course will be held to improve the knowledge of all drivers. Driving test / examination and certification as well as driving permit issuance. CONTRACTOR shall be scheduled for extend/refresh it.9. the best driver attitude to operate the vehicle.6 Defensive Driving Course (DDC) All HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI drivers are assessed before driving a CONTRACTOR vehicle. which is mandatory for all personnel who operate vehicles. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4.2.7 Safety Training for Specific of Hazardous Jobs A worker who has a license or permit issued by a third party or who is acknowledged by the HSE Manager to be acquainted or experienced with the job may be exempted from the above training course. 2010 01 EK 4. In the middle of project.

water and natural gas in certain producing field. 2010 01 EK 4. Installation and dismantling scaffolds. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No.4.2. 4.             Handling of organic solvents or toxic materials. Installation and Dismantling of Scaffolding Other work as designated by CONTRACTOR HSE Coordinator or Construction Superintendent.: Procedure No. commonly called H2s is a poison gas. A Refresher Safety Course is to be held once every month by a competent person designated by the HSE Coordinator of HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI.2. Work under / over water. Hydrogen Sulfide. with SCBA ( Self Containing Breathing Apparatus ) Lifting and crane operation including rigging work. Special awareness H2S and SCBA (Self Containing Breathing Apparatus) training will be carried out for personal working in H2S designated areas. It is produced in potentially toxic concentrations along with crude oil.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.8 SCBA (Self Containing Breathing Apparatus) All employees who on Confined Space & work in H2S Designated area should trained with SCBA training. Handling of radioactive materials. The gas rapidly deadens the sense of smell.9. including environmental monitoring regarding H2S.9.9 Training Records and Register 37 of 68 . Exposure of high concentration hydrogen sulphide can be immediate death. Therefore the smell cannot use as an adequate means of detecting of its presence. 4. Work in / near an existing plant (regardless operating or not).4. Work in confined spaces or in oxygen deficient location. Concrete from shoring work for structure or building.9.2. Surveyed will be conduct periodically to ensure the hazard in control in area as designated H2S area.8 Refresher Safety Training Any employee who violation any safety rule or requirement and is designated by Safety Committee shall be required to take the Refresher Safety Training to enhance their safety awareness and reinforce their safety knowledge. It is a colorless flammable gas with odor like rotten eggs at low concentrations. The gas is heavier then air and tend to accumulate in low areas. Trenching and excavation Diving Employee who work nearby H2S Designated area.4.

HSE Meetings will be held at all locations where HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI personnel are employed. notices and bulletins additionally with a local language (Bahasa Indonesia) to promote communication effectiveness This applies also to site meetings where a clear and correction understanding of the discussion.All forms of training undertaken.hires will take part in the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Safety Induction/ Orientation Program. Policy No. The objective is not only to pass on safety related information but also to seek 38 of 68 1. P . HDK’s Supervisors of all employees at activity specific worksites.4. 4. This record able training activity includes but is not limited to:          Qualification First Aid Conference/ seminars/ lectures External Course Internal Course Induction Training Safety emergency Drills Safety Briefing Familiarization with new tools or equipment 4. resolutions and instruction are required to avoid creating an unsafe work conditions.3 Communications. where duties and responsibilities need communication in local or other language. 5. The system to be used shall have the following elements: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 2. A documented system for HSE communication is established. Participation and Consultation.: Procedure No. by or on behalf of HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI must be registered for records and for audit ability. 2010 01 EK ersonnel contact Job Orientation/ Induction Record Keeping Proactive Management involvement HSE Inspection and Meeting All new employees or re.3. 3.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.1 Bilingual Communication. 4.4. will be required to be cognizant of this and display signs.

4.3. HSE notice boards have been established at all work locations. 4. Safety awareness can also be communicated by visible signage such as “Safety Signs”. and the effectiveness of the HSE System. 4. They are to be used for the sole purpose of displaying HSE topics.4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No.4 Induction / Familiarization & Awareness. HSE notice boards shall be placed in a prominent position at all worksites. The contents of HSE Memos shall be brought to the attention of all relevant personnel by their Supervisors. An annual HSE Programs is produced from the result of the end of the Management Review Meeting. general HSE meetings involving all available personnel will take place.participation of the attendee’s and encourage positive contributions.4.4 Pre Task HSE Briefing When allocating specific tasks to employees. Safety & Environment Meeting.5 HSE Management Meetings HSE Management meetings will be carried out periodically. 2010 01 EK 4. the detail of which will be published in the annual HSE Programs.3. All new personnel will take part in a documented familiarization/ Induction Program. 4. 4. This meeting shall also review all Policies for adequacy.3 Toolbox Talk For activities which are non routine or considered “high risk” activities (as defined in procedures).4.3. will become part of the annual HSE Programs for the forthcoming year. The promotion will take the form of posters and a newsletter.4.3. 4. and before non-routine phase of work. Topics which are deemed to be HSE critical to HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI’s business.4.: Procedure No. “Restriction Signs & Notices” and 39 of 68 . Supervisors will ensure that all the HSE aspects relating to it have been reviewed.3.3.3.1 HSE Management Review Meetings A Senior Management HSE review is undertaken at least once per year to evaluate the adherence to. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI initiates and issues “HSE Alerts” to highlight specific hazards.4. and will be promoted by the Site Manager on a quarterly basis.4.3.3.3. Topics identified by the Site Manager or others as being HSE critical to HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI.3.3. 4. toolbox talks addressing particular HSE Hazards will be.3 Health. “Warning Notice”.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.2 General HSE Meetings At mobilization.2 Develop HSE Awareness And Promotion. These notice boards are for the display of HSE notices and any other pertinent HSE issues.3.4.

such plans will be documented in accordance with the customer requirements and the Quality System. HDK HSE Manual: Stand alone manual documenting all Company HSE operational procedures. OHSA.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No.4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Level 2: (Project) HSE Plans: identify the project quality objectives and define the basic Project HSEMS requirements by addressing all activities related to the Project. Energy Lock-Out/Tag-Out Tagging. maritime safety standards are available on the construction on vessels work and offshore/onshore work locations.5 INTERNAL COMMUNICATION Electronic communications have been established for effective internal communications throughout the Company at all levels. Regular staff meetings provide two way communications with other staff. Level 4 Company Documentation Manual that contains masters of: personnel Job Descriptions. oil and gas industries.6 Customer Communication The Company places great emphasis on the importance of establishing and maintaining good communications with its customers.3. Where specific contracts require HSE Plans to be designed.: Issue Date: 01 Aug. 4.1 Level 1 – HSE Manual 40 of 68 . Company Flowcharts.4 DOCUMENTATION 4. Level 3: Company Work Instructions Manual – which sets specific methods of successfully completing each of the core activities within the Company. Rejected Rigging/Slinging Item Tagging and these are to be used on the Project where and when applicable and required.Safety Barrier Taping. 4. Work Instructions and Standards are available tools to be used to carry out the applicable quality activities specified in the procedures. Other forms commonly used are such as Safety Tag for scaffolding.4.1 General System Documents The HSE System is described in the documents listed below. by email or telephone. Company Forms. The Company’s Quality Management System is comprised of the following four (4) tiers of documents: Policy No. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK Level 1: HSE Manual: which sets the HSE Objectives followed by the Procedure that describes how the Objectives are achieved.4. 4. Regular operational meetings support the more formal management review meetings.1.4. Checklists etc. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall make sure that sufficient safety signage and displays made according to international.4.3.4.4. Regular contact is to take place either personally. 4.

2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK its availability and access for employees to refer as and when required to ensure that activities are correctly administered. In establishing this System consideration has been given to the following:    The identification and acquisition of competent personnel with the knowledge and skills which are needed to achieve HDK’s Objectives. Follow-on procedures describe how the Policies/Objectives are implemented by the Company. qualified personnel required for a particular project. The Manual is indexed and given bespoke numbering to allow ease of cross reference with ISO 9001:2008.4.4. All Manuals issued internally are “Controlled”.4. They will include: * Process Maps indicating sequential activities of the Project. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 4.1.1.5 Considerations The above system is PT.1. 4.Company Work Instructions Manual This manual is controlled by the QAR and HSE Manager but is always centrally located within the office to ensure it Policy No. Any other copies issued externally with agreement of the President Director will be “Uncontrolled” copies.4 Level 4 – Company Documentation Manual The Documentation File is held by the QAR or HSE manager and contains master copies of:   Company Forms File Flowcharts and Checklists 4. * Project HSE Procedures to define the activities and guidelines in the execution of the work process and responsibilities applicable to these activities. – Project HSE Plans These are HSE plans developed specifically for individual projects and contain all data concerning all materials. The updating and development of verification techniques as necessary. Hafar Daya Konstruksi’s own documented Management System and must not be considered to be anything other than this.4. Identification and maintenance of appropriate records. equipment. Hafar Daya Konstruksi’s Policies/ Objectives in relation to meeting the needs of the customer and the requirements of ISO 14001:2004 OHSAS 18001:2008. 4.4.1.2 Level 2.: Issue Date: 01 Aug.4. 41 of 68 .: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No.Sets out PT.4.3 Level 3 .4.

and that suitable identification shall be applied if they are retained for any purpose.4.1 Master of HSE Manual Requirement The Master Copy of the Quality Manual is held by the QAR or HSE manager.4.2 Control of System Documents Documents required by the quality management system shall be controlled and the system shall ensure that: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Documents are approved for use prior to issue Documents are reviewed.4.: Issue Date: 01 Aug.2 Level 2 HSE Plans 42 of 68 .4. updated and re-approved as necessary The changes and current revision status of documents are identified Relevant versions of applicable documents are available at points of use Documents remain legible and readily identifiable Documents of external origin determined by the organization to be necessary for the planning and operation of the HSE manual are identified and their distribution controlled The unintended use of obsolete documents is effectively prevented.4. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK Distribution List that details the nominated Manual Holders with the following information: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI      Manual Number Title of Holder Date of Issue Authorization Controlled or Uncontrolled All Level 1 Policies/Procedures and Level 3 Work Instructions use the following header format for identification:       Title Policy/Procedure or Work Instruction Number Issue Date Issue Status Authorization Page Number 4. 4.4.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No.4.2.2. All Quality Manuals contain a Policy No.

     HDK – PT. a number of flowcharts have been developed.All Quality Plans will indicate:     Client name Contract Number Issue Date Issue Status A. 2010 01 EK B. Record Sheets and Forms raised HDK. Forms File Contains master copies of all forms generated by HDK. Flowcharts To assist staff in achieving planned results in crucial operational activities.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4. The third two digits refer to the Issue Status. as integral parts of the System. The masters are retained in the Documentation Manual. The QAR with HSE Manager will review the DCR and verify that the requested change 43 of 68 . if used within the System. Hafar Daya Konstruksi HSEP – Health Safety & Environmental Procedure.: Procedure No. The second two digits identify the Form Number within the Procedure. will carry has a unique reference number that is structured as alphanumeric code as detailed below.4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. are subject to document control as per this procedure. The first two digits identify the Procedure Number.3 Document Changes All proposed amendments to the System are submitted to the QAR or HSE Manager on a Document Change Request Form (DCR). 4. and a distribution list indicates where copies have been placed in suitable locations around the premises. Forms and Flowcharts. Company Work Instructions. if not already clearly titled or referenced will.

4.4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4. The QAR with HSE Manager is the ONLY person who will keep obsolete manual pages.4. 4. If the change is approved. Documents. must be suitable for photocopying. accurate. and includes appropriate approval.4 Control of Quality Records 4. The request is logged in the DCR Register and given a sequential number by the QAR or HSE Manager who then decides on a course of action after discussion with the President Director or other key personnel. issued and the manual(s) updated along with a relevant entry on the Amendment Record shown at the front section of each copy of the Manual.1 Suitable back-up Records are prepared using computer (suitably backed up).4.: Procedure No. complete.4. Efforts are made to ensure legibility of all records. Maintenance of Records 44 of 68 .4. which are supplied to customers or other interested parties. Adequately defines the activity performed. is legible.4. 2010 01 EK Provision of Records All staff are responsible for recording activities to ensure that each record:   4.2 Identification All records are traceable to the relevant Customer Order/Job Number/File. permanent writing or printed medium. 4. Obsolete pages are kept for 3 years and then destroyed.4. the appropriate page(s) is updated.relates to a current document. The QAR with HSE Manager retains obsolete copies of the system pages in a file with each page marked clearly to show its obsolete status.4. The DCR is then completed by the QAR together with HSE Manager who files the original copy.4 Policy No.4.4.5 Is appropriate to the process and identifiable to the Order/Job Number or Contract to which it is applied.

4. etc. All important (confidential) documents are shredded or disposed of via other secure destruction methods. If during the pre-planning phase of operations. Records are retained as per the Register of HSE Records retention period before being destroyed.4. processes. managed and communicated. particular tasks are considered “Critical” or “Very Serious” (as defined in the Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Procedures) a formal documented Hazard Identification and Risks Analysis is performed. replacement and Subcontractors must be adequately briefed about changes. personnel. 4.All staff is responsible for maintaining the records related to their activities and ensure: Records are stored (in hard copy or electronically) in a way that provides accessibility and retrieval and that prevents damage. and the corresponding Risks quantified.g. procedures. The QAR with HSE Manager is advised of records that need to be held beyond the periods defined. can lead to risk unless the changes are effectively documented. the Company shall be consented (e. The consequence of significant changes must be properly identified. 45 of 68 .6 Policy No.6 Disposal of Records The Company maintains a filing system that allows for easy access to records but takes into account the availability of space within the filing areas.4. For changes potential of having impact or effects on the Company’s operations. Staff.6 Computer Data Records Computer records are organized in files and directories that shall facilitate their ready retrieval.4.: Procedure No.6. by copy of the MOC documents) and approval obtained from prior to implementing the changes These procedures shall address the following. 4. 4. safety. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4.4. health & environment performance. deterioration or loss and having the appropriate level of security. 2010 01 EK Operational Control.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.. including temporary. All records stored in archives are clearly identified. for legal or other specific purposes. protected and are traceable to ensure they are readily retrievable when required. facilities. operating conditions. Applicable origination and/or entry dates for data shall be recorded.4.1 Management of Change Changes to equipment. They are identified with a title and indexed by the person originating the file. Computer records are backed up and remain in secure storage.

Change requested by Contractor. 4.2 Hiring and Placement All employees must be competent. Technical integrity of plant and equipment. and possess the skill and experience to work safely in accordance with the Personnel and HSE Procedures and in particular:  All new employees will complete a recorded familiarization/ induction program.1 Subcontractor HSE Requirement Subcontractors carrying out work in the name of HDK will ensure that HDK HSE standards and requirements are complied with:  HDK Managers will ensure that prior to contract award. Technical authority for approval of the change. 13. 46 of 68 . Identification and documentation of change.  Qualifications of prospective employees will be validated and recorded.  The HSE Section will provide advice on specific HSE requirements and standards.4. 4. Communication of potential consequences and action required. 3. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. Alterations to operating procedures and design documents. 6.3 Subcontractor & Supplier Control 4. Time limitations. Approval and implementation of change including adequate communication 12. 4. 7. logging and tracking of the change through to close-out.3.1. 8. 5. 9. Personnel training requirements.6. 2010 01 EK  A ll employees will undergo pre-employment medical examination.6.4. Registration.4.6. 14. 2. 10. Responsibilities for reviewing and recording the potential hazards and risk (HAZID/Risk Assessment) from the change. any Subcontractors being considered are included in the HDK “Approved Subcontractors List”. Change requested by Company.  The competence of Subcontractor’s personnel will be checked by the relevant Manager. Cost and schedule impact.  HDK Managers will ensure that any prospective subcontractor appears on the controlled list of Subcontractors.: Procedure No. 11.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. HSE implications of the change.

tracking and resolution of non-conformances. HSE logistical requirement for transportation of material. as a minimum requirement.  HSE follow-up program. Review and verification of formal HSE Management Systems. HDK will audit the Subcontractor and supplier to these plans during the execution of the work 47 of 68  R . 2010 01 EK eview of previous project safety performance.  Loss Day Accident Frequency Rating.4.6.  Management system and HSE responsibility  HSE issues shall be treated as equal to other business objectives.3. This evaluation will typically include:        Inspection of Subcontractor and supplier premises. 4.2 Subcontractors’ HSE Management evaluation procedures Where it is considered that the Subcontractor and supplier will have a significant prevailing influence over the works.  Environmental protection and pollution control.4. and HSE Objectives. Interviews with prospective organization project management and supervision.  HSE Inspection reports. the Project Manager will arrange the Project HSE Coordinator to undertake a pre-award HSE evaluation of potential Subcontractors and suppliers.   Clearly defined authorities and responsibilities for HSE matters.The following criteria shall be used for the evaluation of subcontractors in relation to HSE:  Subcontractors past performance.3. All Subcontractors and suppliers must comply with the HSE requirements. relevant HSE Legislation and other requirements that impact on their particular area of work. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. Major subcontractors Project HSE Plans shall be submitted to HDK for acceptance (and identification of interfaces) before work commences. Commitment to the Project HSE requirements.6. Inspection of Subcontractor and supplier materials or equipments. Inspection of Subcontractor and supplier vessels or barges. equipment and personnel and in accordance with local legislation/regulation. Procedures for identification. reporting.: Procedure No.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.  Accident/ Incident reports and follow-up. Project HSE Policy.3 Subcontractors selection and control The pre-award evaluation will be documented and discussed with the potential Subcontractor and supplier and agreement reached on all areas of concern. 4. Project HSE Plan.

4 Supply of Materials by Supplier The project operational process related to the control of materials supply is developed by defining the contents of the HDK Management Systems for control of the Suppliers and the materials supplied so as to ensure that:    Suppliers of materials and equipments are selected in terms of HSE issues. Example of such works is transportation. and implemented. On request the HSE Section will assess requisitioned materials with regard to their hazardous nature.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.4.1 Job Descriptions 48 of 68  P . HSE Coordinator will provide support in order to establish the effective management of the established specifications and to preserve the technical specifications relating to the material.4. The Project HSE Coordinator shall prepare the inspection and audit schedule and ensure the implementation of it during the project activities. 2010 01 EK rocurement of goods. and use of NDT use radioactive equipment HDK shall be responsible for ensuring that all subcontractors. and other parties employed by HDK have their HSE Management Systems that meet HDK and Company HSE Requirements. HDK may require the Company HSE Representatives to help review the Subcontractor’s safety capability to work on Company’s field or facilities. National and International HSE legislation and other requirements are observed. 4. as well as to ensure that the System is updated with any variation in Standards and Legislation.4. It is the responsibility of Project HSE Coordinator to identify and report on the HSE requirements of supplied materials. and is capable of controlling the minimum requirements for the purchasing of materials. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all materials deemed to be hazardous.4.HDKs.: Procedure No.6. Selection and control of Sub. All documentation concerning the supplied material is correctly managed.6. HDK shall review.3.Where the Subcontractor(s) is to perform works considered to have high potential hazards and risks. The following will be considered as a minimum: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL    Policy No. handling. Safety and Environment standards. from the technical requirements to those concerning Health. HDK has an established purchase control system.6. 4. inspect and audit all subcontractors’ Project HSE Management Manual and close out HSE all non-conformances prior to subcontractors performing work. An effective Supply Management System has been established. The system will be used to control purchase related loss exposures by evaluating materials and services prior to delivery.4 Job Rules and Procedures 4.

6.4.: Issue Date: 01 Aug.6. 4.1 Requirements All Managers and Supervisors shall perform inspections/ audits and HSE Observation within their areas of responsibility in accordance with applicable HSE Programs. When working on all other HDK controlled worksites. HSE Officer is initiated to coordinate HSE inspections/ audits and HSE Observation. Where an employee identifies or observes an unsafe act or situation.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No. 4.6. The mechanism for such reporting shall be through the Safety Hazard Observation Card (herein referred as SHOC) system.5. All employees shall be provided with the appropriate access.6. HSE Work Instruction is available in connection with the type of the activities of this project. equipment.4. training those responsible for the work and following up to make certain that the work is being performed as intended. Training will be provided by or in conjunction with the Customer as part of their interface/ Induction Training Program.6.2 Inspections Program HDK shall encourage all members of the workforce to observe and reporting for unsafe acts or unsafe conditions throughout the course of the Work. both from Head Office and will be developed in Site of Facilities Project Management. HSE audits will be performed by competent personnel appointed by the relevant managers. In accordance with the importance of identifying “High Risk Job”. Performed inspections/audits and HSE Observations shall be documented. Policy No.Job Descriptions shall exist for all senior HDK employees and supervisory personnel shall have HSE responsibilities defined.6. The inspections/audits and HSE Observation will involve the systematic examination of HDK facilities. analysing those jobs. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK An Audit Report identifying responsibilities and non-conformance close out time frames shall be prepared. developing HSE Work Instruction / Safe Working Practice for doing that work. reported and/or remedied as appropriate.3 Project Specific Work Procedure Project specific HSE procedures will be issued as where and when required.4. Daily inspection by Site / Offshore HSE Supervisors 49 of 68 . HDK will adopt the Work Permit system of the customer/ client installation. awareness and use of the SHOC system.6. Daily inspection by supervisors. materials and the employees who use them. 2.6.4. 1. 4.5. work shall be stopped. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 4.2 Permit to Work System When working on non HDK facility. The HSE Inspection program shall include as a minimum.5 Inspection 4. the HDK Work Permit System will be used where and when required.

The need for special PPE to be used for special work operations. Foot/ toe Protection 13. Special precautions.6. 4. The following PPE will. Gloves 12. Weekly inspection by HSE Coordinator. 5. The Project HSE Coordinator is responsible to follow up the status of corrective actions. Head protection.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: 4. Follow up and close out of all HSE issues raised by the HSE inspection program.: Procedure No. The status of corrective actions to the findings or non conformances shall be maintained. administrative and/or work practice controls should be thoroughly evaluated and considered before the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). What PPE is to be used within individual work areas and for each job performed.2 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Engineering. it is extremely important that it is used properly and in accordance with established HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI standards. Hearing protection 11. Since PPE is considered to be the last line of defence.3. The HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI responsible person. 2010 01 EK . Eye protection 10. Monthly management walkabout by Project Management. in conjunction with the workers involved will evaluate the following: 1. All the findings or non conformances that are identified during the HSE inspection shall be recorded. 3. Coveralls 50 of 68 HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. 4. Special PPE used in conjunction with special technical arrangements. 9.6. The training requirements for use of PPE. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. 5. 7. 6. as a minimum be available at worksites: 8. Risk Assessment techniques. 2.

and hands Gloves/Mittens. feet Safety Boots with ANZI Z41”Protective Footwear”. scaffolding elevated work platform. Wherever tasks are envisaged that may require work at height.”Amarican National Standard for Head Protection”. although each specific job should be assessed on its own merit and appropriate protective mechanisms implemented.4. 2010 01 EK 2. Provide a safe platform i.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. Coveralls shall be issued for proper attire while at place of work or site.1 Minimum PPE Standard levels of PPE shall be provided for protection for head Safety Helmet with ANZI Z89.: Procedure No.1. All respiratory hazards workers shall wear appropriate respiratory protection and additional ventilation system such as electrical/mechanical fans or suction devices are to be provided apart for the provision of respiratory risk reduction measure 4. or deck level.6.6.6. safe access and egress to the scaffolding. Leather gloves for jobs like welder. eyes Safety Glasses with ANZI Z 87.2. the following action hierarchy will be followed:   Avoid or minimize the work at height by redesign or reschedule. maintenance man.2 Working at Height Any work at a height greater than one point eight meter (1. chemicals and grinding equipment that meet applicable standards as mention above. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall supply gloves for specialized jobs as the following: 1.1”Practice for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection”. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall supply the following eye protection to all personnel as required: 1.6. etc. etc 51 of 68 . or work directly over water.e. Welder’s hoods and goggles that meet applicable standards as mention above. Impermeable gloves for jobs like handling battery acids. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No.2. Face shields and goggles for use while handling battery acids. will require a fall arrest equipment ( ANSI Z359-1999 ). Safety glasses will be worn when there is a hazard to the eye while performing a task or in the vicinity of a similar task being performed.8) meters above ground. cleaning chemicals and washing dishes 2. these are basic requirements to be used at all times while at Work site except in accommodation and office areas. welder helper.

Lifejackets shall be allocated as follows: One for each bed in every cabin.6.3 Health Monitoring Activities: Occupational health will be considered through all phases of the Project.6. or while travelling over water using a personal basket or work duties with potential of falling into the water. fall arresters.2. less 1.3 Work Vest Any work by edges of the barge (without railing). static lines etc.2.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. 2010 01 EK 4.6. Sufficient number in watertight boxes or lockers adjacent in each work area and in accessible locations along escape routes. will require the use of an appropriate with Personal Floating Device ( USCG ) “United State Coast Guard. Minimize injury with nets etc. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and its Subcontractors will ensure that adequate provisions are made to ensure that all personnel involved in project are protected from exposure to hazards. 4. over water on gangway. Catch or restrict falls with harnesses.   Prevent falls with guard-rails and mesh etc. which may affect their health.8 meters below work level Project personnel shall comply with the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and Company HSE requirements for work at heights.6.: Procedure No. light and retro reflective material.6. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and Company HSE requirements 52 of 68 .4 Life Jacket Each unit will be equipped with sufficient approved Type 1 personal flotation devices (lifejackets) for at least 150% coverage of personnel with a whistle. It is advisable that personnel working on material barge will don the life jacket in unfavourable weather / sea conditions regardless of their distance from the edges of the material or jacket transportation barge Crew transportation vessels must have sufficient number of life jackets for all the ship crews and the passengers in compliance with IMO-SOLAS regulations HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. 4.6. Implementation will be administered by the following means: All personnel proposed for offshore/onshore duties shall have a medical fitness examination in accordance with the Indonesian HSE legislations and other requirements.

Health and first aid facilities will be provided on the vessels. The Health Certificates. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall not exceed the maximum daily (12 hours-offshore) and weekly hours (72 hours) worked for every worker. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and its Subcontractor’s shall establish first aid and medical facilities at each Worksite offshore and Onshore appropriate to the level of activity.6. Any medically unfit personnel are prohibited from working on site/vessel and shall be demobilized accordingly HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 4. Personal protective equipment (PPE) will be made available when other methods of protection cannot be implemented 6.1. with a fully equipped infirmary and a qualified doctor or qualified medics in sufficient numbers to deal with any emergencies 2. catering. Where HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI deems it necessary to exceed the hours stated in the Work program and under special circumstances such as emergencies. Auditing of the accommodation.6.1 Offshore Working Hours HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI recognizes that incidents and illness are often associated with tiredness and fatigue due to working excessive hours. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall seek approval from Company Representative on site at that time. such medical examination and shall be conducted by an outside Doctor. Prior to start Work. Emergency procedures and the communication links will be in place during the project. First Aid and Medical Support.6. riser and pipeline installation in order to deal with any medical emergency which may arise 5. The HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI’s employees shall follow the medical examination again after his Health Certificates expired. numbers of 53 of 68 . valid only for a maximum period of twelve months.6. sanitary hygiene and potable water facilities will be subject to regular health and hygiene inspections by the onboard Doctor/Medic and Offshore Safety Officer 4.: Issue Date: 01 Aug. 4. Developing operational control procedures for the installation activities and maintaining a safe and healthy place of work Policy No.3. Exposure to hazard(s) will be limited by the implementation of Job Safety/Hazard Analysis and identification of hazardous operations 3. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK All HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI personnel are subject to pre-employment medical examination and the issuance of “Fit for Work” Certificate is to be made. All HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI’s employees are to be provided with a pre-employment and periodic medical examinations and a “fit for work” Health Certificate declared for all personnel performing Work at any Worksite.3.2 Offshore/Onshore Health Control and Medical Facilities Health Certificates.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No.

personnel and risks associated with the working environment. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall perform
medical/health risk assessment in order to determine the extent of the facilities to be provided at the Worksite.
This shall include an assessment of the local medical and hospital infrastructure.
HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall establish under client facilities for MEDIVAC for Work Offshore.
4.6.6.3.3 Substance Abuse & Smoking Policy
Substance Abuse & Smoking Policy There shall be no use or possession of intoxicants or non-prescribed drugs by
any person at the Worksites and Installation barges. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall enforce this
requirement through its awareness, induction and training programs, compliance monitoring and intervention.
Personnel found to be under the influence of alcohol, in possession of alcohol or drugs not prescribed by a doctor,
shall be immediately removed from the Work. They shall not return to site/vessel until they have a medical
clearance from a doctor.
Smoking is detrimental to health and all workers shall be encouraged not to smoke in offices, vessels, confined
spaces or public places where Work is being performed. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall enforce “NoSmoking” areas as follows:

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1. In offices ;
2. All areas where smoking prohibit area.
3. All areas designated on Work Permits.
4.6.6.4
Work Environment Monitoring
Control and protective measures will be taken to prevent any adverse environmental effects to the land, sea or air.
The following measures are considered necessary:
1. Minimize or avoid use of substances dangerous to the environment,
2. Include environmental evaluations in all planning phases,
3. Use of contingency measures to prevent accidental pollution.
4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI pollution prevention system includes:
5. Efficient environmental accounting,
6. Efficient waste disposal,
4.6.6.4.1 Environmental Impact Identification
Environmental Impact Identification, HSE Coordinator shall assist the project team in preparing the
Environmental Impact Identification/Review prior commencing the Work.
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1. Identification of all environmental aspects associated with the project activities;
2. Identification of all the possible sources of danger for the environment;
3. Identification of the areas/places that are potentially exposed to environmental impacts;
4. Design and implementation of appropriate mitigation measures to alleviate or eliminate the impacts
on the environment.

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1. Disposal of waste;
2. Produced water disposal;
3. Hazardous material storage, handling and transport;
4. Other non hazardous (solid/liquid) waste disposal;
5. Hydrocarbon leaks, spills and accidents;
6. Noise;
7. Etc.
Some of the general environmental impacts for project are shown below (but not limited to):
1. Water resources;
2. Air quality;
3. Noise;
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The identification of the environmental aspects and impacts is an ongoing process that determines the past,
current and potential impacts on the environment. The Environmental Impact Identification details the
significance of various environmental impacts to be assessed in the Topsides, riser and pipeline installation
Project activities. Mitigation measures shall be defined to control and reduce the environmental impact during the
project activities.
1. Screening or mapping of occupations and workplaces,
2. Inspections,
3. Monitoring of exposure levels.

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4.6.6.4.2 Waste Management, Disposal and Handling Hazardous Substances
Waste Management, Disposal and Handling Hazardous Substances, HDK will implement its environment
protection procedures which will comply with the Company HSE Policy and Company Environmental
Requirements.
HDK and Subcontractor will ensure its waste management, waste disposal, and handling of hazardous substances
(e.g.: chemical, fuel storage, equipment re-fuelling, etc) will comply with the Indonesian HSE legislation and
other requirements and Company HSE requirements.
HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI and its Subcontractors shall identify the waste sources and establish criteria
necessary for its safe handling, storage, transportation, disposal, and destruction and reporting.
Environmental issues shall be given sufficient attention during Hazard Identification (HAZID) and subsequent
Job Safety (and environmental) Analysis (JHA’s). HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall assess the identified
environmental hazards including
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1. Produce an inventory of all processes and operations with potential to harm the environment
2. Assess the environmental impact of all operations
3. Define control mechanisms to reduce the environmental impacts to acceptable levels
4. Define recovery methods if hazard is realized
4.6.6.4.3 Housekeeping
Housekeeping is one of the most important aspects while working offshore. Good housekeeping prevents fire and
electrocution; minimize personnel trip and fall injury as well as prevent pollution to the environment
1. All worksites and equipments must be kept clean all the time
2. Any spillage of oil or hazardous chemicals must be washed off with hot water or proper inhabitant
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No scrap/ unwanted materials should be thrown directly in to seawater 5. evacuation of sick/injured personnel for shore treatment.1 Project Emergency Response Plans HDK shall develop a Emergency Response Plan (include MEDIVAC Procedure) as a reference document for the PMT. Bins and skids are always available to contain the generated waste from each shift 6. 2010 01 EK they lie across open deck 9.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. stair-ways and emergency accesses/ escape vents must be kept free of material and obstacles 7.3. No food and bio. All inflammable materials should be stored separately and with proper tags 4. Vessel Management. All cables and hoses are orderly kept and secured at intervals and are sufficiently protected when HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. 4. No material or equipment should be stored or placed as a blockage to fire fighting stations and emergency equipments 8. practicality and effectiveness.4.7 Emergency Preparedness HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI has identified the following six specific areas concerning emergency preparedness requirements:       Notification Danger limitation Rescue Evacuation Relative/ media response Normalization Contingency arrangements shall be continuously analysed with respect to acceptance criteria. Barge Administrative and Medical Personnel to know in advance the required processes and procedures to be used in situation of emergencies which include evacuation from locations or vessels due to major disaster/accident. Site HSE Supervisory Personnel. 4. Offshore/onshore Construction Team. and vessel evacuation from location due to weather factors 57 of 68 . All common walkways.: Procedure No.7.degradable items should be kept at the worksite.4.

planning and procedures to manage a Medical Evacuation from an offshore work location to shore medical treatment facility. c. incidents and property damage with detail of department/ position involved showing the category of body parts injured. both statistical and task specific are set the beginning of each year by Management in order to continually improve performance. Any deviation from targets is analysed and acted upon. 2010 01 EK 4.5.: Procedure No. using the following techniques:     Audit and measurement of HSE performance. AS a minimum. HSE Section produce monthly HSE performance statistics which include number of injuries. The Operations Department.1 Project Performance Standard HSE performance target.2 Project Medical Evacuation (MEDIVAC) The HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall include in the Emergency Response Plan. Company PMT and/or governmental agencies if it involves epidemic illnesses HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. the availability of resources. it contains the following:     A developed action and communication flow chart The identified transportation (Company involvement and assistance where required) Shore meeting team and logistical supports Onshore medical centre(s) contracted to attend to the evacuated sick / injured person(s) Reporting channels to the PMT.4.1 Project HSE Activity Planner All proactive activities related to promotion of HSE performance for the project are listed down in a “Safety Activity Planner” which acts as a guide and monitoring mechanism to track fulfilment of the activities through the duration of the project The Safety Activity Planner is created as Attachment No.7.1. 4.q. illness. Indication of any non-conformances.4. and take preventive and corrective action. Commendation 4. 3 of this Project HSE Management Plan and is a active document to be used and updated from time to time 58 of 68 . monitor and evaluate its HSE Performance.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. at least every 3 months the Management meeting is to review the actual performance against the target for the year. Periodically.5.5 CHECKING The organization should measure. Instruction or recommendation for corrective action.

It shall comprise the follow factors:   HSE Reactive Indicators HSE Proactive Indicators HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4. 2010 01 EK HSE Reactive Indicators Indicator Fatality Lost Time Injury Medical Treatment Case First Aid Case Environmental Case Application Definitions as Target Target Zero.5. report within 24 hours Target Zero loss.1. report within 24 hours 59 of 68 .: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. immediate report Target Zero.1 Policy No.4.2 Project HSE Key Performance Indicators The HSE Reactive Indicators & Proactive Indicator system is a tool to monitor and measure HSE capability related performance against set programs and planned activities.: Procedure No. report within 24 hours per standard OHSA classification Minimum case. HSE objectives and goals through the project execution period. report within 24 hours Target Zero.1.5.2 . Others. report in daily report Target Zero guidelines and item of this plan Serious case – immediate response & report. Asset Damage Security Incident Vehicular Incident Terms as in item of this plan within 24 hours Target Zero loss. report within 24 hours Target Zero loss.

involve Company Rep. Client facility Vessel. site 6 card per day card Safety award for good reporting HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 60 of 68 Policy No.1 Policy No. 2010 01 EK HSE Reactive Indicators Indicator Office Safety Briefing Pre-mobilization medical Offshore/Onshore Safety Training PMT HSE Induction Risk Assessment. site Vessel. Daily. alcohol Project. safety walkabout by SO Weekly. meeting attendees Complete before departing See Training Matrix Involvement of all PMT members Close out action items before Management HSE commitment operations Joining HSE inspection/ mobilization Once (1) a month walkabout Offshore/Onshore safety induction Joining crews.5. At least HDK PMT representatives Immediately when onboard to work Vessel Pre-Mob Inspection visitors Chartered vessel / barge barges/vessels Close out negative finding before Site Safety Inspection Site Hygiene Inspection Site HSE Committee Meet Shift Toolbox Meeting Job Hazard Analysis Emergency exercise Near Miss Management Vessel.2 . 3rd parties. site Vessel. / HAZID Application Office/Meeting Offshore/ Onshore crews Offshore/Onshore crews Project HSE –M System Offshore/Onshore Target Office personnel. site Vessel.: Procedure No.HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL 4. before shift Perform before a hazardous job start Before in field and at least once a month Full cycle of investigation & correction & Regulatory Compliance – Drug.1. vessel & site effectiveness monitoring . site Vessel. 2010 01 EK . vessel .individual case No violation policy Safety Hazard Observation – reporting / Project.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. led by Site/Vessel Medic/ Doctor Weekly. site Vessel.: Procedure No.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. site mobilization to field Daily.

1 Project HSE Reporting.1 Project HSE Monthly Reporting HSE Coordinator shall submit project report on monthly basis to the Project Director/Manager regarding HSE incident statistics.5.Lost Time Incident Rate/Freq ( LTIR/LTIF) -Hours Worked -Number Of Fatalities -Number Of Days Away From Work Case(DAFWC) -Number Of Restricted Work Activity Cases(RWAC) -Number Of Other Recordable Cases -Number Of First Aid Case -Number f Near Misses Case -Number Of Day Away From Work(May Reported Quarterly) -Motor Vehicle Crash Freq Rate ( MVCFR) -Number Of Motor Vehicle CrasHSE Total Number Of Spill. Hazard Reporting Program. 4. inspection/audit/ SHOC card register actions taken.3 Project Site HSE Weekly Reporting The Offshore HSE Supervisor shall submit a site report on weekly basis to the Project HSE Coordinator regarding incident statistics. inspection /audit close-out.2 Evaluation of Compliance 4.2.5. performance (with worked man-hours).000 Kg Or More Number Detail and Dollar loss ($ US) On All Fires Resulting In And/Or Result In Personal Injury.4. Volume Spilled & Recovered and Comment By: Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly  Petroleum Size Category -Sheen To 1 Barrel ( For Water Spill Only) 1 Barrel BBL 100 BBLS 100 Barrel Or More  Chemical Size Category Fire And Explosion 160 Kg To 16. The Weekly HSE Report shall be reviewed and approved by the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI On-site Construction Manager or Offshore Superintendent before submitting to Project HSE Coordinator at CPMT Office 61 of 68 . 2010 01 EK 4.000 Kg 16.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.5.5.2 Matrix HSE Performance Report HSE Matrix Required Info Work Related Illness Date Motor Vehicle CrasHSE Spill To Secondary Containment Land Or water Reporting Frequency -Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) . program execution status.2. The report may be a summary of information and data received from various sites/ vessels/ work operations and it will also copied to HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI (HDK) HSE Departments 4. programs.5. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly $ 1000 damage Policy No.2.2.: Procedure No. performance (against worked man-hours).

4 Project Safety Hazard Observation Cards – training and implementation The Safety/Hazard Observation Card system shall be implemented on the Project and used on site for all personnel to raise their observation and opinions regarding any unsafe acts or unsafe work conditions.: Issue Date: 01 Aug. participate in Accident/Incident investigations. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI 62 of 68 . The Offshore HSE Supervisors are responsible to conduct the SHOC training program on site / onboard and act proactively toward issues raised by the workers. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK 4.4. safety and welfare of the working personnel and the local communities of the work area shall support the “Safety STOP Work Authorization” which allow the personnel to stop a work or operation that pose apparent immediate hazard/risk which. The requirements for Accident/ Incident investigation are specified in detail in the Accident/ Incident Investigation Procedure.5.5. The SHOC cards shall be addressed soonest practicably possible so that the concerned hazards/risks are removed or reduced as soon as possible A “Use the SHOC Card” training program shall be prepared by the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Project HSE Coordinator and delivered to all level of employees in the offices and sites.2.2.5 Project Safety Stop Work Authorization The HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI in its commitment toward assuring the health. shall result in fatal or major accident and loss The “Safety STOP Work Authorization” program is to be included in the Project HSE Induction as well as vessel sign on induction Policy No.3 Accident/ Incident & Near Miss Reporting & Investigation All Accidents/ Incidents will be reported in accordance with HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Accident/Incident Reporting Procedure. As required. A SHOC message that relates to safety issue with high potential risk consequences shall immediately be brought to the attention of the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Site Construction Manager or the Offshore Superintendent and/or the Vessel/ Barge Captain so that effective actions are taken in the shortest possible time The HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Consortium PMT through its commitment toward supporting HSE shall consider rewarding personnel proactively raise SHOC Card and resulting in effective and timely hazard/risk reduction on the site or work operation 4.: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No. if not intervened. The Project/ Site Manager and the relevant other Departmental Manager will review all Accident/Incident Reports. all on/ offshore management and supervision will.5. The author of the Accident/Incident Reports shall complete reporting form immediately after the accident/ incident investigated.

The relevant Department Manager will formulate an Action Plan to address the recommendations made in order to eliminate the root causes and prevent a reoccurrence. This process allows management to identify occurrences that have a high potential for loss and implement Corrective Action thus utilizing HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI resources as efficiently as possible.1 Incident/Accident classification standard HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall apply and follow the standard OHSA terms and definitions in incident and accident related classifications which are commonly used in the international oil and gas industries. 4. The analysis will be forwarded with the report to the Project/ Operations Manager who will inform the regulatory authorities. All Accidents/ Incidents will be discussed and reviewed at the next Management Review/HSE Committee meeting. In a WRC the injured person is temporarily assigned to another job or excused from performing certain parts of his normal duty. both the Fatality and the Lost Workdays have to be computed.3. Term to define any work-related injury (infected wounds. The report shall include an analysis of all Accidents/ Incidents which occurred during the preceding period.) that involves neither Lost Workdays nor Restricted Workdays but which requires repeated treatment by.1.3.5.( LTI ) Lost Work Day .: Procedure No. All supervisors shall inform their employees about Accident/Incident causes. Fatalities and Permanent Total Disabilities are included in the calculation of the total number of the Lost Time Injuries. The total number of calendar days on which the injured person was temporarily unable to work as a result of a Lost Time Injury. Every Accident/ Incident will be categorized into a loss potential matrix and given a loss potential indicator (Risk Rating). In this case “any day” includes rest day. second and third degree burns. The results and any recommendations will be discussed during general HSE meetings. The day of the accident is not counted when calculating Lost Workdays. or under the specific order of a physician or could be considered as being in the province of a physician. etc.1.1 Accident / Incident Analysis Line Management shall perform an analysis for each reported Accident/Incident. which renders the injured person temporarily unable to perform any regular Job or Restricted Work on any day/shift after the day on which the injury occurred.( LWD ) Medical Treatment Case – ( MTC ) Work Restricted Case DEFINITIONS Term to define a death resulting from a work-related injury. Term to define any work-related injury not resulting in days away from work. application of stitches. weekend and holiday. Medical Treatment does not include First Aid even if this is provided by a physician or registered professional personnel. 63 of 68 . which renders the injured person unable to perform at normal capacity all or part of his regular job any day after the day in which the injury occurred. indirect and root causes of the Accident/ Incident. as where and when required. in order to prevent a recurrence.5. In the case of a Fatality or Permanent Total Disability no Lost Workdays are recorded. but not limited to.The relevant Department Manager will identify individuals and assign responsibilities for implementation of recommendations within the time frames identified in the Corrective Action Plan. 2010 01 EK 4. The HSE statistics shall be displayed on the HSE notice board on all HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI worksites. 4. HSE statistics shall be provided by HSE Coordinator periodically at least every 2 month. If the Fatality occurs after several Lost Workdays. regardless of the time intervening between the injury and the death. HSE Officer will assist to identify the direct. The HSE report shall be compiled and distributed at least quarterly. embedded foreign bodies in the eyes. the following: HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No.2 Recordable Incident Definition TERMS Fatality Lost Time Injury. Fatalities are included when calculating the number of Lost Time Injuries and Frequency Rates A LTI is any work-related injury.3. such as.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug.5.

analysis of the causes and recommended corrective/preventive actions. Department.5. coding for immediate causes. investigation. Near Miss – ( NM ) Lost Time Injury Frequency LTIFR  Rate ( LTIFR ) Severity Rate – ( SR ) N . – ( WRC ) The total number of calendar days counting from the day of starting Restricted Work until the person returns to his regular Job.000 TRIR  Total Work edManHours SR  Total Recordable Incident y Rate/ Frequency – ( TRIR ) Total Recordable Incidents – ( TRI ) Man-Hours Exposure Term to define the sum of Lost Time Injuries (including Fatalities and Permanent Disability Cases). LWD  1. coding for basic causes Prevention – Recommended actions to prevent re-occurrences. scratcHSE. environment or assets. 2010 01 EK 4. burns.: Procedure No. Restricted Work Days – ( RWD ) Term to define any one time treatment of minor injuries that usually do not require medical care by a physician (i. cuts.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. the Restricted Workdays are recorded in addition to the Lost Workdays. the following: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Company Name. the action parties 10) Review and signatures of Line/Site Superintendent. splinters. the immediate action.An injury can be classified as WRC only upon written non objection statement of the injured person.3 Incident/Accident Investigation HDK PMT shall develop a common use Incident/Accident Investigation Report which will be used formally to record the detail of the incident.) and its eventual subsequent visits.1. but the injury is recorded as a Lost Time Injury only. Time and Work Station of Incident/Accident Name of Injured Person(s) and his/her personal detail Types of Property Damaged or Production Loss The Witness. LTI  200.TRI  200. Work Location Date. Includes all man-hours actually worked on site (including HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSIs and SUBCONTRACTORs) under the control or direction of the Project Team. the further action. Such treatment is considered FAC even if provided by a physician.000 Total Work edManHours N .e. not embedded foreign bodies in the eyes.3. Work Restricted Cases and Medical Treatment Cases. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. but not limited to. etc. The content of the Incident/Accident Investigation Report shall include. which under slightly different circumstances could have caused an Accident affecting even people. Line/Site Manager 64 of 68 . personal detail and department Description of incident/accident happening including evidences Evaluation – Loss Severity Potential and Probability Re-Occurrence Analysis – Coding for incident analysis. First Aid Case – ( FAC ) It is a hazardous event/incident.000 Total Work edManHours N . When Restricted Work is following a period of Lost Workdays.

6) Training associated record that supports evaluations of competence.2 Non conformity corrective and prevention action Once company identified any non conformity after accident/incident investigation where needed corrective action evaluation will be taken for recommendation.4 Control of Records Records should be maintained to demonstrate that organisation is operating HSE Management System effectively and is President HSE Risks.4 Incident/Accident Report Form & Investigation Form A preliminary accident/incident report is used in the first place to record and report the happening on the site / vessel which will be followed up with the use of Investigation Report form to illustrate also the root cause analysis and recommended corrective/preventive action which will be reviewed by the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Project HSE Coordinator/Manager and the Project Director/Manager 4. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No.1.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. etc 4. Review will be taken accordingly to measure the effectiveness of corrective action.s Quality Manual. 2010 01 EK 4. email.5. Records that can demonstrate to the requirement is consist of: 1) Record of the evaluation “Legal and Other Requirements”. memo. and corrective action will be taking its place.: Procedure No.5. 65 of 68 . Recording related these matter will be communicating trough HSE bulletin.5. 7) HSE Management audit reports 8) Incident Reports 9) Incident Follow up reports 10) MOM HSE Meeting 11) Health surveillance reports 12) PPE Maintenance reports 13) Emergency Drills reports 14) Management Review reports The integrity of this records and data should be maintained to facilitate their subsequent and integrated with HDK. risk Assessment and Risk Control 3) HSE Performances 4) Calibration and maintenance records for equipment used to monitor HSE Performances. 5) Records of corrective and preventive action.3. 2) Hazard Identification.3.11) Review toward the investigation analysis and the proposed remedial actions by the Project HSE coordinator/manager .

1 HSE Program Evaluation A comprehensive evaluation is performed to verify that the HSE program and HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI facilities are in compliance with acceptable standards and regulations.4. and overall.5. An Audit Report identifying responsibilities and non-conformance close out time frames shall be prepared. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI shall provide Company with copies of all audit reports and corrective actions within five (5) working days of the actual audit taking place. Compliance with fire prevention and control standards. The inspections/audits and HSE Observation will involve the systematic examination of HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI facilities.2 HSE Audit Team HSE Audit Team will typically consist of personnel from the following:   Project HSE Lead Auditor (Company HSE Representative ) Project HSE Auditor (Project HSE Coordinators) 66 of 68 .: HDK01/HSEP01 Procedure No. Compliance with occupational health standards Compliance with individual. 4.5. The evaluations measure the performance of the HSE management system as well as workplace compliance with appropriate standards and regulations. that HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI’s HSE MS is fully effective. An HSE Audit Schedule for planned audits of the entire HSE MS and inspections will be prepared and maintained by the HSE Coordinator and approved by the Project Manager. equipment. 2010 HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Issue Status: 01 Authorized by: EK When carrying out an evaluation the following shall be used as a minimum: Management complies with program requirements relating to all the elements of the HSE Management System. annual performance appraisals Compliance with SUBCONTRACTOR performance assessment criteria. HSE audits or QAR will be performed by competent personnel appointed by the relevant managers. 4. Performed inspections/audits and HSE Observations shall be documented.5.: Issue Date: 01 Aug.4. Policy No. follow up audits shall be required to address the effectiveness of the corrective actions and to confirm close-out/compliance. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI      Compliance with standards for general physical conditions.4.4 Internal Audit Requirements All Managers and Supervisors shall perform inspections/audits and HSE Observation within their areas of responsibility in accordance with applicable HSE Programs.5.4. materials and the employees who use them. 4. Project Engineering Offices and offshore sites will be subject to HSE audits during the various phases of the Work to verify that HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI’s HSE procedures and working instruction are effectively implemented and followed. Where deficiencies are identified. HSE Officer is initiated to coordinate HSE inspections/audits and HSE Observation.2 Project Audit Program and Audit Schedule HDK HSE activity inspections and audits will be undertaken to verify compliance with the HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HSE MS.

6 Management Review HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Director shall review the HSE Management System to ensure continued effectiveness. HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL Policy No. Installation Manager. Minutes shall be prepared. SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANUAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN OFFICE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN FIRST AID AND MEDICAL STANDARD INSTRUCTION FOR SAFETY ORIENTATION HSE TRAINING PROGRAMME ROAD AND SAFETY TRANSPORTATION IN OFFICE PROCEDURE CONTRACTOR SAFETY EVALUATION 67 of 68 . and Superintendent.: Issue Date: Issue Status: Authorized by: HDK01/HSEP01 01 Aug. 5 HDK HSE APPENDIX PROCEDURES 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) HDK01/HSEP01 HDK01/HSEP02 HDK01/HSEP03 HDK01/HSEP04 HDK01/HSEP05 HDK01/HSEP06 HDK01/HSEP07 8) HDK01/HSEP08 HEALTH. Representatives). installation and their integrated works In addition to the formal Management Reviews being carried out.5.4. The HSE objectives for the forthcoming year shall be established and published in the HSE Program. Those reviews shall be performed at least once per year. filed and distributed to Managers. Auditees ( Site or Vessel Superintendent Representative. The HSE audit report will detail an action plan to be addressed. to assist in rectifying inconsistent or below standard performance. The HDK HSE Management System is based upon the principles of ensuring HDK compliance toward the standard requirements of the International Safety OSHAS systems and utilization of safe work practices from the guidelines of the oil and gas industry related to offshore construction. Officers) 4.3 HSE Audit Report A complete HSE audit report will be made to the Project Manager. completion dates and subsequent follow up audits which shall be required to address the effectiveness of the corrective actions and to confirm close-out/compliance. Installation Manager. and Superintendent on completion of each HSE audit. These reviews shall be noted with any actions necessary being identified to specific personnel. Accident/Incident Reports and all other information that may be deemed necessary. Areas of non-conformance will be reviewed by the Project Manager. HSE Advisors. and HSE Coordinator.   Project Audit Observer ( Company HSE Representatives ) Project Auditor Observer (HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI Company QHSE Manager. In this task they shall be assisted by the Executive Director and HSE Manager and shall utilize internal Audit Reports. HSE shall be discussed at regular Operations meetings where all aspects of HAFAR DAYA KONSTRUKSI operations are reviewed. Any change will be communication as well to employees and related party who involved. responsibilities.: Procedure No. The minutes of the review shall be filed for future reference/ action and to monitor actions required. 2010 01 EK 4.

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