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  • GOMBU Managing Safe Work 2011 Hazard Identification CBT March 2010 Jerry Frazier Sub-Process Advisor Keith Triche MSW Process Advisor Robert Hulett Management Sponsor

    2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

  • To improve our workforce safety performance, GOM is targeting 4 Focus Areas:

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    Managing Safe Work (MSW)

    Procedure #5: Hazard Identification

    It is Chevrons expectation that all of our employees and contractors will utilize the Hazard Identification Tool when identifying hazards associated with work to be completed.

    Persons Leading Work (PLW)

    Contractor Health, Environment Safety Management (CHESM)

    Accountability

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    Hazard Identification-Chevrons Expectations

    It is Chevrons expectation that all of our employees and contractors will utilize the Hazard Identification Tool when identifying hazards associated with work to be completed.

    This tool should be used anytime from the initial planning phase, to the Permitting Phase during the work groups pre-job onsite Job Safety Analysis (JSA), to the Implementing Phase with the individuals ongoing effort to Think Incident Free (TIF).

    The Hazard Identification Tool is critical to identifying potential hazards and enables the development of actions and strategies to prevent incidents from occurring.

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    Hazard Identification

    To prevent incidents, workers must recognize and effectively identify the hazards associated with the tasks they perform.

    By focusing on the principles of hazard recognition we are not asking workers to memorize a list of thousands of possible hazards, but rather to understand broad categories of hazards.

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    A condition or action that has the potential for an unplanned release of, or unwanted contact with an energy source that may result in harm or injury to people, property or the environment.

    What is a Hazard?

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    Hazard Identification Tool

    This tool was developed to help us identify workplace hazards.

    The tool utilizes an energy source model to key users to the potential hazards present in the workplace.

    Each energy source should be evaluated for its presence and the potential for related hazards.

    Once the hazards are identified, they should be mitigated to prevent an incident from occurring.

    We will now work through each of the energy sources along with some examples.

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    Energy Sources Gravity

    Motion

    Mechanical

    Electrical

    Pressure

    Temperature

    Chemical

    Biological

    Radiation

    Sound 2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

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    The force caused by the attraction of all other masses to the mass of the earth. Examples: a falling object, a collapsing roof, a body tripping or falling

    Gravity

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    The change in position of objects or substances. Examples: vehicle, vessel or equipment movement, flowing water, wind, body positioning: lifting, straining, or bending

    Motion

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    Mechanical Energy

    The energy of the components of a mechanical system, i.e. rotation, vibration, motion, etc. within otherwise stationary piece of equipment/machinery. Examples: rotating equipment, compressed springs, drive belts, conveyors, motors

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    The presence and flow of an electric charge. Examples: power line, transformers, static charge, lightning, energized equipment, wiring, batteries

    Electrical

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    Pressure

    Energy applied by a liquid or gas which has been compressed or is under a vacuum. Examples: pressure piping, compressed gas cylinders, control lines, vessels, tanks, hoses, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment

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    Temperature

    The measurement of differences in the thermal energy of objects or the environment, which the human body senses as either heat or cold. Examples: open flame and ignition sources, hot or cold surface, liquids or gases, hot work, friction, general environmental conditions, steam, extreme and changing weather conditions

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    Chemical Energy

    The energy present in chemicals that inherently, or through reaction, has the potential to create a physical or health hazards to people, equipment, or the environment. Examples: flammable vapors, reactive hazards, carcinogens or other toxic compounds, corrosives, pyrophorics, combustibles, inert gas, welding fumes, dusts

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    Living organisms that can present a hazard. Examples: animals, bacteria, viruses, insects, blood-borne pathogens, improperly handled food, contaminated water

    Biological Energy

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    Radiation

    The energy emitted from radioactive elements, or sources, and naturally occurring radioactive materials. Examples: lighting issues, welding arc, X-rays, solar rays, microwaves, naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) scale, or other non-ionizing sources

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    Sound Energy

    Sound is produced when a force causes an object or substance to vibratethe energy is transferred through the substance in waves. Examples: impact noise, vibration, high-pressure relief, equipment noise

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    Energy Sources Gravity

    Motion

    Mechanical

    Electrical

    Pressure

    Temperature

    Chemical

    Biological

    Radiation

    Sound 2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

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    Hazard Barriers and Interaction of Energy Sources

    Barriers

    Remove energy source

    Prevent release

    Protect from release

    Interactions

    Chemical & Gravity

    Temperature and Chemical

    Sound and Motion

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    HazId Links? Hazard Identification is critical to many other OE processes such as;

    BBS

    JSA

    PTW

    SWA

    Simultaneous Operations

    Hazard Communication

    Personal Protective Equipment

    Hearing Conservation

    Occupational Hygiene

    Safe Work Practices

    Crane Program

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    Hazard

    Identification

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    Question 1

    It is Chevrons expectation that all of our employees and contractors will utilize the Hazard Identification Tool when identifying hazards associated with work to be completed.

    True/False

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    Question 1

    It is Chevrons expectation that all of our employees and contractors will utilize the Hazard Identification Tool when identifying hazards associated with work to be completed.

    True

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    Question 2

    This tool should be used during

    a) the initial planning phase,

    b) the Permitting Phase during the work groups pre-job onsite Job Safety Analysis (JSA),

    c) the Implementing Phase with the individuals ongoing effort to Think Incident Free (TIF).

    d) All of the above

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    Question 2

    This tool should be used during

    a) the initial planning phase,

    b) the Permitting Phase during the work groups pre-job onsite Job Safety Analysis (JSA),

    c) the Implementing Phase with the individuals ongoing effort to Think Incident Free (TIF).

    d) All of the above

    New

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    Question 3

    A condition or action that has the potential for an unplanned release of, or unwanted contact with an energy source that may result in harm or injury to people, property or the environment is called a hazard. True/False

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    Question 3

    A condition or action that has the potential for an unplanned release of, or unwanted contact with an energy source that may result in harm or injury to people, property or the environment is called a hazard. True

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    Question 4

    Which of the following OE Processes are linked to Hazard Identification?

    a. JSA

    b. BBS

    c. PTW

    d. SWA

    e. All of the above-correct answer

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    Question 4

    Which of the following OE Processes are linked to Hazard Identification?

    a. JSA

    b. BBS

    c. PTW

    d. SWA

    e. All of the above-correct answer

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    Question 5

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Temperature b. Radiation and Pressure c. Electrical and Sound d. Gravity and Pressure e. Pressure and Chemical f. Biological and Temperature

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    Question 5

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Temperature b. Radiation and Pressure c. Electrical and Sound d. Gravity and Pressure e. Pressure and Chemical f. Biological and Temperature

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    Question 6

    What are the energy sources pictured here? a. Temperature and Gravity

    b. Chemical and Sound

    c. Temperature and Biological

    d. Radiation and Motion

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    Question 6

    What are the energy sources pictured here? a. Temperature and Gravity

    b. Chemical and Sound

    c. Temperature and Biological

    d. Radiation and Motion

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    Question 7

    What are the energy sources pictured here? a. Gravity and Temperature

    b. Radiation and Temperature

    c. Mechanical and Biological

    d. Gravity and Pressure

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    Question 7

    What are the energy sources pictured here? a. Gravity and Temperature

    b. Radiation and Temperature

    c. Mechanical and Biological

    d. Gravity and Pressure

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    Question 8

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Pressure

    b. Radiation and Temperature

    c. Electrical and Sound

    d. Gravity and Pressure

    e. Pressure and Biological 2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

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    Question 8

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Pressure

    b. Radiation and Temperature

    c. Electrical and Sound

    d. Gravity and Pressure

    e. Pressure and Biological 2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

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    Question 9

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Temperature b. Radiation and Pressure c. Motion and Mechanical d. Gravity and Pressure e. Pressure and Biological

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    Question 9

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Temperature b. Radiation and Pressure c. Motion and Mechanical d. Gravity and Pressure e. Pressure and Biological

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    Question 10

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Temperature

    b. Radiation and Pressure

    c. Sound and Electrical

    d. Gravity and Pressure

    e. Pressure and Biological

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    Question 10

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a. Sound and Temperature

    b. Radiation and Pressure

    c. Sound and Electrical

    d. Gravity and Pressure

    e. Pressure and Biological

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    Question 11

    What are some of the barriers we can use to eliminate hazards?

    a. Remove energy source, Prevent release, and Protect from release

    b. Watch carefully and make appropriate notifications

    c. Be vocal and lend a helping hand

    d. All of the above

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    Question 11

    What are some of the barriers we can use to eliminate hazards?

    a. Remove energy source, Prevent release, and Protect from release

    b. Watch carefully and make appropriate notifications

    c. Be vocal and lend a helping hand

    d. All of the above

    2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

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    Question 12

    Heat/Cold- Sparks and fire

    Heat/Cold- Heat

    Gravity- Falling metal

    Pressure- Propane and oxygen hoses

    Chemical- Smoke and fumes

    Electrical- Electrical line

    Chemical- Propane and oxygen

    ?

    Radiation- Intense light

    Gravity- Support

    Biological - Person / mask

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a) Gravity, Motion, Mechanical, Sound and Temperature b) Motion, Mechanical, Biological, Radiation, Sound and Pressure c) Gravity, Motion, Electrical, Temperature, Chemical and Sound d) Gravity, Radiation, Temperature, Chemical, Biological and Pressure e) Motion, Mechanical, Electrical, Sound, Pressure and Biological f) All of the energy sources are visible in this picture

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    Question 12

    Heat/Cold- Sparks and fire

    Heat/Cold- Heat

    Gravity- Falling metal

    Pressure- Propane and oxygen hoses

    Chemical- Smoke and fumes

    Electrical- Electrical line

    Chemical- Propane and oxygen

    ?

    Radiation- Intense light

    Gravity- Support

    Biological - Person / mask

    What are the energy sources pictured here?

    a) Gravity, Motion, Mechanical, Sound and Temperature b) Motion, Mechanical, Biological, Radiation, Sound and Pressure c) Gravity, Motion, Electrical, Temperature, Chemical and Sound d) Gravity, Radiation, Temperature, Chemical, Biological and Pressure e) Motion, Mechanical, Electrical, Sound, Pressure and Biological f) All of the energy sources are visible in this picture

    2012 Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

    GOMBU Managing Safe Work2011 Hazard Identification CBT March 2010To improve our workforce safety performance, GOM is targeting 4 Focus Areas:Hazard Identification-Chevrons ExpectationsHazard IdentificationWhat is a Hazard? Hazard Identification ToolEnergy Sources Slide Number 8Slide Number 9Slide Number 10Slide Number 11Slide Number 12Slide Number 13Slide Number 14Slide Number 15Slide Number 16Slide Number 17Energy Sources Hazard Barriers and Interaction of Energy SourcesHazId Links?Slide Number 21Question 1Question 1Question 2Question 2Question 3Question 3Question 4Question 4Question 5Question 5Question 6Question 6Question 7Question 7Question 8Question 8Question 9Question 9Question 10Question 10Question 11Question 11Question 12Question 12

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