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TASK BASED RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

Prepared By/ Risk Assessment Team Members (BLOCK LETTERS):


ZUHURAH ISAHAK, HSE COORDINATOR Point Value → 1 2 3 4 5
LEITH YEARWOOD, PORT OPERATIONS MANAGER
HAYDEN CLARKE, PORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
BRANDON FELIX, PORT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
Likelihood Extremely Unlikely Unlikely Likely Very Likely Certain
Parameter →
( Frequency of (1 in every 5 years) (1 in every 2 (1 per annum) (1 every 6 (Always happen)
Occurrence) years) months)
No of Personnel: 4
Name of Vessel of Client: N/A Ref No: Severity Negligible Slight Moderate High Very High
HSE-TBRA 04/16 Point Value →
REFERENCE ENVIRONMENTAL Negligible injury, Minor injury/ Lost Time Single Death or Permanent
LEGISLATION: damage to Equipment First Aid/Minor Accident/ Severe Disability/
1. Environmental Management Act, 2000 Completion Date: or Environment Damage to Major Damage to Injury/Damage to > 1 Fatalities
2. OSH Act 2004 as amended 24/08/2016 Equipment Equipment/ Injury Equipment
3. US OSHA Marine Terminals and Long
Shoring Industry Standards Validity Period: Negligible Damage Minor Damage Major Damage Severe Damage Major
1 year <TTD 50k < TTD 0.5M < TTD 5M <TTD 50M Damage
ACTIVITY / FACILITY: >TTD 50M
Delivery of Fuel to a vessel from Main Tank No 3 Expiry date: Negligible Minor Moderate Severe Major
23/08/2017 Environmental Environmental Environmental Environmental Environmental
Area/Location:– Damage Damage Emission Pollution Emission
Quayside to vessel from dock stations Nos 1- 4 on
Damage To Internal Damage To Damage To Damage To Damage To
Main Dock.
Reputation Community National Regional International
Reputation Reputation Reputation Reputation

RISK = Likelihood × Severity

Acceptable/Insignificant Tolerable/Fairly Insignificant Substantial/ Significant


1-3 4-12 15-25

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1) Prepare 1) Hazards: 3 1 3 1) Proper planning prior to the job to allow adequate time to 1 1 1 66
Vessel a) Lack of proper record keeping leads to prepare the Fuel Delivery Sheet.
Delivery inability to understand what is happening 2) Prepare and maintain an accurate Fuel Delivery Sheet to capture
during the execution of delivery. all meter readings, sounding readings, flow rates, start times and
Record Sheet
b) Inability to track what is happening during stop times.
operation.
c) Hazard Effects:-
i. Inaccurate presentation of final
receipts.
ii. Disagreement with vessel personnel
about the accuracy of delivery, and no
records to back up a defective meter if
the meter should stop working during
delivery.

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2) Berth vessel 1) Hazards:-If vessel is misaligned to the fuel 4 3 12 1) Always ensure that the maximum distance of the vessel’s 4 2 8 33.3
to align fuel connection resulting in a break in the system. fuel connection from the dock’s fuel connection is 20 feet less
connection on 2) Fuel hose unable to connect to vessel and dock than the length of fuel hose allocated for the Delivery. Thus if
vessel with connections, owing to misaligned connections, and a 60 ft length of the 4’’ TODO hose is to be used then the vessel
connection on possible damage to hose if sufficient slack is not must be berthed so that it’s fuel connection on-board is at 40 ft
dock. placed into the set-up. If the vessel moves or less away from the dock’s connection in either direction
significantly during delivery it can rip the tight forward or aft of the dock’s connection. A red line has been
fuel hose from a connection. painted on either side of each fuel station at 40’ from the
3) Hazard Effects:- delivery connection to assist with the berthing line up. The
i. Loss of product resulting in damage to vessel’s connection must align within the space between the Red
company’s finances and reputation. line and the dock station connection. Obtain information about
ii. Damage to Fuel Hose and connections the vessel’s fuel connection type and position on the vessel from
iii. Fire if the fuel line tears and spills fuel into the Vessel Captain during berthing and calculate the upper and
the open and any ignition source is present. lower limits of the safe distance for alignment of the vessel’s
iv. Environmental damage; diesel spill into the fuel connection to the dock’s connection. Record the Vessel
sea. Fuel Connection distance from the STERN of vessel on the Fuel
v. Delay in delivery time and turn-around Delivery Sheet so that this information can be used for future
time if vessel has to be shifted to realign Deliveries. If it is not possible to berth vessels to match this
connections. criterion then extra hose lengths MUST be used for delivery.

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Continued Hazard Effects Continued 4 3 12 2) Ensure a proper berthing plan is done containing the correct length of 4 2 8 33
2) Berth vessel v. Possible Injuries: - Exposure to diesel the vessel to berth, the available space and accurate alignment.
to align fuel vi. Burns if fuel is ignited 3) Use VHF radios in good working condition, and perform a radio check
vii. Slips, trips and falls from dock edge into the or transmission test to pilot while vessel is far out to ensure radios are
connection on
sea. working clearly.
vessel with viii. Bruises, Broken Bones, Blunt Force Trauma 4) There is a clearly identified yellow safety line 6 feet away from and
connection on to head and body, drowning, loss of
parallel to the dock edge. It is mandatory to wear a life jacket when
dock. consciousness.
working within this 6 feet distance of the dock edge. Life jackets are
US Coast Guard Approved and thus keep the head above water if the
person is unconscious as recommended in the US OSHA Marine
Terminals and Long Shoring Industry Standards.
5) Wear all the required PPE; hard hat, safety glasses, gloves and steel
tipped boots. Especially the hard hat to prevent head injury during a fall.
6) As recommended in the US OSHA Marine Terminals and Long
Shoring Industry Standards, US Coast Guard Approved Life
Rings with 90’ rope extensions are hung at every Dock Station for
use in case anyone goes overboard into the sea.

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3) Climb main 1) Hazard: - Slip, trip or fall down stairs while 5 2 10 1) Use the Hand rails along the staircase steps when climbing to 5 1 5 50
tank MTK 3 climbing to top of Main Tank 3. the tank top.
ladder to i. Hazard Effect:-Injuries such as Bruises, 2) Climb up stairs with the dominant hand free in order to hold
Sound fuel Broken Bones, Blunt Force Trauma to onto handrail while the other hand carries a Bag holding the
volume in Body and death. Sounding Tape and other relevant Equipment.
MTK 3 tank 3) Wear safety harness and lanyard. Attach the lanyard to railing
on tank top and stand only inside welded rail at top of tank. Go
ONLY to the Sounding hole. DO NOT walk around tank top
unnecessarily.

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4) Insert 1) Hazard :- Slip, trip or fall from top of MTK.3 5 3 15 1) Attach the Alligator clamp of Static Electricity discharge line 5 2 10 66.6
Sounding tape 2) Exposure to diesel vapour when sounding hole at on the Sounding Tape reel to the metal bolt on the Sounding
into Tank to top of MTK3 is opened. Hole cover to discharge any build-up of Static Charge.
Sound fuel i. Hazard Effect:- Possible Injuries include 2) Remove gloves and hold metal sounding tape reel with bare
volume in Bruises, Broken Bones, Blunt Force hands and keep metal tape in continuous contact with the edge
MTK 3 tank Trauma to Body and Death. of the Stilling Well while lowering and raising tape in the fuel,
from sounding ii. Light headedness due to inhalation of to discharge any static electricity and prevent any build-up of
hole on tank diesel vapour. charges.
top 3) Hazard: - Ignition of diesel fuel due to spark from 3) Position body as far away as reasonably practicable from the
static electricity charge on sounding tape. sounding hole when opening it. Adjust breathing pattern so as
i. Hazard Effect: - Fire from spark. to exhale immediately when the sounding hole is opened .
ii. Possible Injuries such as Burns to body and 4) Ensure fire extinguishers are serviced (annually) and in proper
death if tank catches fire. working condition. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at the Main
Port Facility Security Booth.
5) Wear safety harness and lanyard. Attach the lanyard to railing
on tank top and stand only inside welded rail at top of tank.
6) Wear all other required PPE; hard hat, safety glasses and steel tipped
boots. Especially the hard hat to prevent head injury during a fall.

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5) Layout Fire- 1) Hazard: - Miscommunication, simultaneous 5 1 5 1) Ensure that “Fuelling in Progress-No Smoking Signs” are 3 1 3 40
fighting operations are not aware that Fuelling is taking posted.
extinguishers, place. 2) Ensure fire extinguishers are serviced (annually) and in proper
fuel dispersant 2) Environmental damage a diesel spill can occur. working condition. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at the Main
equipment, and 3) This can inadvertently lead to a fire due to any Port Facility Security Booth.
“Fuelling in source of ignition such as naked flame, welding 3) Fuel dispersant chemicals (for land spills) and equipment are
Progress-No spark and lighted cigarette. put out next to the delivery station work area to provide first
Smoking 4) Hazard Effect:- response in the event of an oil spill.
Signs” on dock i. Damage to marine environment.
at delivery ii. Damage to yachts in nearby Marina. Proposed:
station. iii. Possible Injuries such as Burns to body. 1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely and
iv. Damage to company reputation efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or chemical
spill.
2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly retainer,
so that in the event of an Oli Spill they would be able to
provide emergency response support.
3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response Training,
preferably from the same company selected to do the retainer.

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6) Connect 1) Hazard: - Fire from static electricity discharge in 4 3 12 1) Ensure the static electricity discharge line is connected to both 4 2 8 33.3
Static case of a leak or spill. the vessel and dock fuel hose metal end connections on bare
electricity 2) Diesel spills into the sea and moves metal contacts to allow static electricity from building up. Most
discharge line uncontrollably. modern fuel hoses have built-in static discharge wires designed
to vessel form 3) Hazard Effect: - to prevent the build-up of static electricity but to be safe it is a
dock i. Possible Injuries include Burns to body. good practice to attach an extra line outside, just in case there
connection ii. Damage to marine environment. is a break in the internal line.
iii. Damage to yachts in nearby Marina. 2) Ensure fire extinguishers are serviced (annually) and in proper
iv. Damage to company reputation. working condition. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at the Main
Port Facility Security Booth.
3) Fuel dispersant chemicals (for land spills) and equipment are
put out next to the delivery station work area to provide first
response in the event of an oil spill.

Proposed:
1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely and
efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or chemical
spill.
2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly retainer,
so that in the event of an Oil Spill they would be able to
provide emergency response support.
3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response Training,
preferably from the same company selected to do the retainer.

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7) Do radio 1) Hazard: - Actions taken without proper 5 3 15 1) Ensure Dock Fuel Attendant and Pump Attendant both have 5 1 5 66.6
and safety information can cause pumps to be turned on when working VHF radios to maintain clear communications with
checks and valves are not open, or turned on prematurely each other, so information regarding fuel transfer status,
establish clear which will allow fuel to flow before all safety quantities and rates can be passed to the vessel and themselves
channel of checks are properly completed. readily and accurately.
communication 2) Diesel spill into the sea and moves uncontrollably. 2) Ensure both the vessel and the dock have a Crew member and
3) Hazard Effect: - Attendant respectively monitoring the fuel transfer at all times
i. Damage to pump and other equipment. and are able to be in close communication; if required to stop
ii. Damage to marine environment. the fuel flow in an emergency.
iii. Damage to yachts in nearby Marina. 3) Dock Fuel Attendant must carry out radio checks to ensure
iv. Damage to company reputation. radios are functioning, and perform vessel’s Declaration of
Inspection (DOI) check list if and when vessel requires. Hold a
short safety briefing with vessel representatives about
procedures for communication and emergency shut down.

Proposed:
1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely and
efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or chemical
spill.
2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly retainer,
so that in the event of an Oil Spill they would be able to
provide emergency response support.
3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response Training,
preferably from the same company selected to do the retainer.

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% Risk
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8) Open valves 1) Hazard: - Fuel may flow into MTK1 and overflow 5 3 15 1) Before starting any delivery to any vessel the Fuel attendant 5 2 10 33.3
nos 6 and 13 at into the BUND, IF THE NO 4 VALVE AT MUST DOUBLE CHECK VALVE NO. 4 at MTK1 is
MTK 3 and do MTK1 IS LEFT OPEN and the dock middle no closed to PREVENT fuel flowing into MTK1 and
valve checks. 3 valve is open in particular when giving fuel to OVERFLOWING the tank while a delivery is going to any
a vessel at the No 4 dock station. vessel at any station. NO 4 Valve is to be padlocked and
2) Hazard Effect: - chained so that it cannot be accidentally opened by any
i. Environmental damage; land diesel spill. personnel authorised or unauthorised.
ii. Loss of product. Fuel wasted by overflow 2) The valves at MTK3 MUST be opened in a certain order with
into the Bund, which has to be discarded. No 6 valve inside the Bund wall being opened first while No
iii. Clean up cost which has to be done in an 13 valve outside is still closed to prevent fuel flow. Then No 13
environmentally responsible manner. valve next to the meter is to be opened while observing the
iv. Exposure via inhalation of diesel vapour meter’s zeroed counter to check if the counter stays stationary
especially for persons downwind of tank. while the valve is being opened and after it is completely open.
Can lead to various health effects such as This is a check to see if the NO 4 valve at MTK1 or any other
headaches, dizziness and in extreme cases valve anywhere else in the system is open and allowing fuel to
nausea. flow in unwanted directions, such as into MTK1, when the
counter would start turning over and indicate fuel flow. Any
turn-over of the counter indicating fuel flow must result in the
No. 13 valve being reclosed and an investigation launched to
discover the cause of the flow.

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Continued 8) 2) Hazard Effect: - Continued 5 3 15 1) Nos 1, 5 and 14 valves at MTK 3 must be checked closed to 5 2 10 33.3
Open valves i. Possible Injuries include Burns to body. prevent fuel recirculating around into MTK and wasting pump
nos 6 and 13 at ii. Damage to company reputation. time and electrical energy.
MTK 3 and do iii. Possible damage to plant and equipment if 2) Ensure fire extinguishers are serviced (annually) and in proper
valve checks. a fire should start in the MTK1 Bund or on working condition. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at the Main
top of MTK1 with possibility of a BLEVE Port Facility Security Booth.
(Boiling Liquid Evaporation Vapour
Explosion) if the fire gets out of control and
consumes the entire MTK1 tank. Proposed:
1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely and
efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or chemical
spill.
2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly retainer,
so that in the event of an Oil Spill they would be able to provide
emergency response support.
3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response Training,
preferably from the same company selected to do the retainer.

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9) Connect 1) Hazard: - Hose or hose connections leaks or breaks 5 3 15 1) Use certified hoses for fuel delivery tested at 150 psi pressure 5 1 5 66.6
fuel hose and and spills diesel fuel into environment and/or to provide a 3:1 safety factor for fuel delivery pressure of 50 psi.
deliver fuel catches fire. Fuel overflows vessel’s fuel tank Observe the pressure gauges attached to the pump lines
by gravity and spills on deck or overboard. to ensure starting pump pressure in the line and delivery end
and then 2) Hazard Effects:- pressure to the vessel are within the safety limits of the 150 psi
pump IP 2 or i. Possible health effects due to exposure to hose certification, as well as within the safe receiving limits of
IP 3. diesel. Skin irritation from direct physical the vessel’s system.
contact with the fuel. Inhalation of diesel 2) Checks for leaks in connections on dock and vessel under both
vapour can lead to various health effects gravity and pump conditions. Where feasible use Dry break or
such as headaches, dizziness and in extreme TODOmatic valves on fuel hose ends to prevent spills.
cases nausea. 3) If Camlocks are used ensure the fuel hose Camlocks are secured
ii. Burns to body and possible death if the fuel or tied down with rope or duct tape to prevent accidental
ignites into a fire. opening.
iii. Damage to property 4) Ensure that the signs put out earlier reading “Fuelling In
iv. Environmental damage; marine 5) Progress- No Smoking” are placed in clear view of all persons
environment. and allow no smoking, no open flames, and no welding in the
v. Damage to yachts in nearby Marina. vicinity of the fuel transfer operations. Stop all hot work as
vi. Damage to company reputation. 6) well as loading activities to and from the dock and vessel in the
vicinity of the fuel delivery.

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Continued Continued 5 3 15 1) Ensure the Fire Extinguishers are placed near the delivery 5 1 5 66.6
9) Connect stations. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at the Main Port
fuel hose and Facility Security Booth.
deliver fuel by 2) Ensure diesel fuel spill dispersants, retention booms and
gravity and absorption materials are readily at hand.
then pump IP 2 3) Ensure fuel delivery attendants are well trained in all the correct
or IP 3. fuel delivery and emergency procedures.
4) Ensure that the Emergency valve at the edge of the fuel delivery
line at the dock edge is a metal ball valve type and in good
working condition.

Proposed:
1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely and
efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or chemical
spill.
2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly retainer,
so that in the event of an Oil Spill they would be able to
provide emergency response support.
3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response Training,
preferably from the same company selected to do the retainer.

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Continued Continued Hazard:- 4 3 12 1) There is a clearly identified yellow safety line 6 feet away from 4 2 8 33.3
9) Connect 2) Fall from dock edge into sea while delivering or and parallel to the dock edge. It is mandatory to wear a life
fuel hose and setting up delivery hoses etc. jacket when working within this 6 feet distance of the dock
deliver fuel by 3) Hazard Effects:- edge. Life jackets are US Coast Guard Approved and thus
gravity and i. Lacerations, bruises and head trauma injury keep the head above water if the person is unconscious as
then pump IP 2 and/ or unconsciousness from contact with recommended in the US OSHA Marine Terminals and Long
or IP 3. dock during fall, drowning due to Shoring Industry Standards.
unconsciousness or incapacitation while in 2) Wear all the required PPE; hard hat, safety glasses, gloves and
sea. steel tipped boots. Especially the hard hat to prevent head
injury during a fall.
3) As recommended in the US OSHA Marine Terminals and Long
Shoring Industry Standards, US Coast Guard Approved Life
Rings with 90’ rope extensions are hung at every Dock Station
for use in case anyone goes overboard into the sea.

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10) Monitor 1) Hazard: - Overflow of fuel from vessel’s tanks 5 3 15 1) Ensure both the Dock Fuel Station and Vessel Fuel Delivery 5 2 10 33.3
Delivery of onto deck and into sea, if rate of flow and volumes Station is constantly monitored by representatives of both
fuel to vessel delivered are not monitored, since there is no Supplier and Vessel, to shut down the delivery in case of an
along with automatic shut-down built into the system. Even if Emergency.
Tank Fuel there was an automatic shut-down feature a vessel 2) Ensure both are well trained in all emergency shut down
level and Low tank may not hold the volume ordered and set procedures, and are in good communication with each other.
Level Alarm automatically for shut down and can still overflow 3) Ensure oil spill response equipment is readily at hand.
on MTK 3 if not monitored. 4) Ensure Fire Extinguishers are placed near the delivery stations
Tank 2) Hazard Effect:- on both dock and vessel. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at the
i. Possible health effects due to exposure to Main Port Facility Security Booth.
diesel. Skin irritation from direct physical 5) Ensure fuel delivery attendants are well trained in all the
contact with the fuel. Inhalation of diesel correct fuel delivery and emergency procedures.
vapour can lead to various health effects
such as headaches, dizziness and in extreme
Proposed:
cases nausea.
ii. Burns to body and possible death if the fuel 1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely and
ignites into a fire. efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or chemical
iii. Damage to vessel and cargo on vessel. spill.
iv. Environmental damage; marine 2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly retainer,
environment. so that in the event of an Oil Spill they would be able to
v. Damage to yachts in nearby Marina. provide emergency response support.
vi. Damage to company reputation. 3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response Training,
preferably from the same company selected to do the retainer.

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Continued Continued Hazard:- 3 3 9 6) Ensure the Low Level Alarm System is working and switched 3 1 3 66.6
10) Monitor 1) Air gets sucked into the delivery lines because the on as this is set to go off above the suction point of the Top
Delivery of fuel level in MTK3 goes below the suction point of Fuel line to Valve no. 6 on MTK3. When the Low Level
fuel to vessel the Top Delivery Fuel Line or Bottom Delivery Alarm goes off this will allow the bottom No 7 delivery valve
along with Fuel Line and stops fuel flow to be opened and the top line delivery valve No 6 to be closed,
Tank Fuel 2) Hazard Effects: - while continuously pumping, thus enabling the pump to send
level and Low i. Short delivery of volume ordered 40,000 more litres to the vessel, before the system should be
Level Alarm ii. Delayed completion of job and turn-around shut down. If the Low Level alarm system is not working then
on MTK 3 time for vessel in port, because air HAS to 53,000 Litres should be subtracted from the Start Sounding of
Tank be bled out of the fuel line to enable the MTK 3 Tank and the figure arrived at used as the volume
continuation of pumping. reading on the Delivery Meter at the dock delivery station, at
which the valves above at MTK 3 should be opened and
closed to prevent the suction of air into the delivery fuel line.
7) Ensure the MTK 3 tank has enough fuel to complete the
delivery order without sucking air into the lower line by
subtracting 11,000 litres from the MTK 3 Start Sounding and
ensuring the delivery order volume is less than the figure
arrived at.

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11) On 1) Hazard: - Continuation of fuel flow to vessel over 2 2 4 1) Monitor fuel flow and ensure the volume ordered to vessel is 2 1 2 50
Completion of and above volume ordered. punched into the countdown meter on the main dock station
delivery order 2) Hazard Effect: - delivery meter. The Primer Arm of the Count-down meter will
shut down i. Loss of finances if customer refuses to pay click shut with a loud noise, when the meter reaches a counted
delivery and for extras delivered to vessel. down volume of 100 litres still to be delivered, giving the
system by dock attendant warning to shut down the pump and system at
turning off the zero mark and delivery of full order.
pump and
closing all
open valves.

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Continued 3) Continued Hazard: - If valves at MTK3 are left 4 3 12 1) Ensure all open valves in system are closed, and all electrical 4 1 4 66.6
11) On open there is the risk of Gravity flow of fuel pump switches are off.
Completion of from open valves at MTK3 tank into MTK1, 2) Before starting any delivery to any vessel the Fuel attendant
delivery order IF No 4 valve at MTK 1 tank is MUST DOUBLE CHECK VALVE NO. 4 at MTK1 is
shut down inadvertently OPENED, with the possibility closed to PREVENT fuel flowing into MTK1 and
delivery and of overflow of fuel into BUND. OVERFLOWING the tank while a delivery is going to any
system by 4) Hazard Effect: - vessel at any station. NO 4 Valve is to be padlocked and
turning off i. Loss of fuel from MTK3 into MTK1 chained so that it cannot be accidentally opened by any
pump and reducing scheduled available volume personnel authorised or unauthorised.
closing all for delivery to vessels. 3) Ensure fire extinguishers are serviced (annually) and in
open valves. ii. Loss of time because fuel has to be re- proper working condition. There is a 125 lb Extinguisher at
transferred between tanks. the Main Port Facility Security Booth.
iii. Environmental damage; land diesel
spill.
iv. Loss of product. Fuel wasted by
overflow into the Bund, which has to
be discarded.
v. Clean up cost which has to be done in
an environmentally responsible
manner.
vi. Exposure via inhalation of diesel
vapour especially for persons
downwind of tank. Can lead to various
health effects such as headaches,
dizziness and in extreme cases nausea.

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Continued 5) Hazard: - Open valves, in particular nos 6 and 4 3 12 4 1 4 33.3
11) On 13, exposes the fuel lines and open hoses to
Completion of head pressure from the MTK 3 tank. Proposed:
delivery order 1) To purchase spill kits in strategic areas to allow for timely
shut down 6) Hazard Effect: - and efficient oil spill response in the event of a diesel or
delivery and i. If there is a breach anywhere in the fuel chemical spill.
system by system’s lines then fuel can spill out 2) To hire an Oil Spill Response company on a monthly
turning off into the environment. retainer, so that in the event of an Oil Spill they would be
pump and ii. Possible health effects due to exposure able to provide emergency response support.
closing all to diesel. Skin irritation from direct 3) To train the relevant personnel in Oil Spill Response
open valves. physical contact with the fuel. Training, preferably from the same company selected to do
Inhalation of diesel vapour can lead to the retainer.
various health effects such as
headaches, dizziness and in extreme
cases nausea.
iii. Burns to body and possible death if the
fuel ignites into a fire.
iv. Damage to property
v. Environmental damage; damage to
marine environment.
vi. Damage to yachts in nearby Marina.
vii. Damage to company reputation.

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12) Disconnect 1) Hazard: - Small Fuel spill from hoses onto vessel 2 2 4 1) Use Dry break TODOomatic valves on hoses to automatically 2 1 2 50
hose from deck or into sea, or onto dock. seal in fuel when disconnected from vessels. TODOmatic
vessel, drain 2) Hazard Effect: - hoses and couplings due to their design ensure 100%
i. Damage to property minor land spill. environmental protection.
and wrap for
ii. Minor Environmental damage; to marine 2) Drain Camlock hoses to vessel if possible and seal with end
storage. environment. caps to plug lines to prevent any residual fuel in line from
leaking out.
3) Break any connections in hoses over collection barrels to
contain drippings.

13) Disconnect 1) Hazard: - Hoses are not packed away after being 3 2 12 1) Wrap 4’’ TODO hose on pallet and move off dock to safe 3 1 3 75
hose from used and are left on the Dock. storage area at MTK 3 with a forklift.
vessel, drain, 2) Wrap 3” Camlock hoses on metal reel and store off the main
2) Hazard Effect:-
dock front.
wrap and place i. Damage to hoses if not placed in
into designated designated storage areas. They will get
storage area. damaged if left in dock operational areas.
ii. Financial cost to keep replacing costly
TODOmatic hoses and couplings.

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Prepared By: ___________________________ / __________________________________ / ______________________________

Reviewed By: ______________________________ Approved By: _____________________________


HSE Coordinator General Manager

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