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Capacity Building programme on “New Techniques and Strategies in Prevention and Management of Industrial Disasters ”. Standard Codes followed in Hazardous Industries LPG Storage and Handling installations. Presentation by – C. Vijay Kumar, Senior Manager (LPG-Engg), IOCL, Karnataka.
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Slide 1

Capacity Building programme on

“New Techniques and Strategies in Prevention and Management of Industrial Disasters”

Standard Codes followed in Hazardous Industries

LPG Storage and Handling installations

Presentation by –

C. Vijay Kumar,

Senior Manager (LPG-Engg), IOCL, Karnataka

Slide 2

APPLICABLE STANDARDS & STATUTORY REGULATIONS

1.0 STATIC AND MOBILE PRESSURE VESSELS(UNFIRED) RULES:1981

  • TO REGULATE THE CONSTRUCTION, FITMENT,LOADING TRANSPORT AND INSPECTION OF UNFIRED VESSELS IN SERVICE OF COMPRESSED GAS(LPG) WITH CAPACITY EXCEEDING 1000 LTR.

  • PESO (CCOE) LICENSE FOR BULK STORAGE

    2.0 GAS CYLINDER RULES: 1981

  • TO REGULATE POSSESSION, DELIVERY, STORAGE, HANDLING AND EXAMINATION/TESTING OF CYLINDERS LIMITED UPTO CAPACITY 1000 L.

  • PRIOR APPROVAL FROM CCOE BEFORE CONSTRUCTING ANY NEW FACILITIES OR ALTERING THE EXISTING FACILITIES FOR FILLING CYLINDERS AND STORAGE AREA

  • PESO LICENSE FOR FILLLING OF CYLINDERS

  • PESO LICENSE FOR STORAGE OF FILLED CYLINDERS

Slide 3

APPLICABLE STANDARDS & STATUTORY REGULATIONS

3.0 FACTORIES ACT: 1948

  • APPROVAL FOR DRAWINGS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF FACTORY/ INSTALLATION BY DIRECTOR, DEPARTMENT OF FACTORIES & BOILERS.

  • ADHERENCE TO FACTORIES ACT 1948 AND STATE FACTORIES RULES

  • WRITTEN SAFETY POLICY WRT HEALTH AND SAFETY OF WORKMEN

  • MAINTENANCE OF UPDATED ONSITE MANAGEMENT PLAN

    4.0 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES RULES:1987

  • WEIGHTS AND MEASURE CERTIFICATE FOR WEIGH BRIDGE, FILLING MACHINES AND CHECK SCALE

  • PERMISSIBLE ERRORS ON NET QUANTITIES DECLARED BY WEIGHT OR BY VOLUME AS PER ACT

Slide 4

APPLICABLE STANDARDS & STATUTORY REGULATIONS

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

  • CONSENT OF STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD FOR DISCHARGE OF SEWAGE OR EFFLUENTS INTO A STREAM OR ON LAND

  • CONSENT OF STATE POLLUTION BOARD FOR DISCHARGE OR EMISSION OF AIR POLLUTANTS FOR OPERATION OF DG SET & FIRE ENGINES

    6.0 INDIAN ELECTRICITY RULES - 1956

    7.0 THE MOTOR VEHICLES ACT - 1988.

Slide 5

APPLICABLE OISD STANDARDS & GUIDELINES

  • OISD STD 144 – LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LPG) INSTALLATIONS

  • OISD GDN 169 – OISD GUIDELINES ON SMALL LPG BOTTLING PLANTS (DESIGN & FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES)

  • OISD STD 150 – DESIGN AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS MOUNDED STORAGE FACILITY

  • OISD STD 105 – WORK PERMIT SYSTEM

  • OISD STD 128 – INSPECTION OF UNFIRED PRESSURE VESSELS

  • OISD STD 132 – INSPECTION OF PRESSURE RELIEVING DEVICES

  • OISD STD 137 – INSPECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

  • OISD STD 154 – SAFETY ASPECTS IN FUNCTIONAL TRAINING

Slide 6

OISD STANDARD 144

  • Minimum safety requirements on design, layout, storage, loading / unloading, operation, inspection & maintenance, fire protection, emergency planning and safety audit systems of LPG Installations.

  • Not applicable to bottling plants having a bulk LPG storage capacity not exceeding 300 MT (above ground) or 450 MT in case of mounded or in combination of above ground and mounded with total bottling quantity not exceeding 35MT per shift of eight hours. Such small bottling plants are covered under OISD GDN 169.

Slide 7

OISD-144 Standard Salient Features

  •  Installation layout & design consideration

  • Storage & Handling of Bulk LPG

  • Bottling operations

  • Maintenance and inspection

  • Safety –

  • a) Fire Protection Facilities

  • b) Gas Monitoring System

  • c) Emergency Management Plan

  • d) Safety Audit

Slide 8

TABLE –IOISD 144- INTER DISTANCES FOR LPG FACILITIES

  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

  • 1. LPG STORAGE VESSELS * T-II 30 30 30 15 60

  • 2. BOUNDARY/PROPERTY LINE/ T-II -- 30 30 30 30 --

  • GROUP OF BLDGS NOT ASSO-

  • CIATED WITH LPG PLANT

  • 3. SHED-LPG 30 30 15 30 30 15 60

  • 4. TW/TT GANTRY-LPG 30 30 30 50 50 30 60

  • 5. LPG/OTHER RAIL SPURS 30 30 30 50 50 30 60

  • 6. PUMP HOUSE/COMPRESSOR 15 30 15 30 30 -- 60

  • HOUSE(LPG)

  • 7. FIRE PH 60 ** 60 60 60 60 --

  • Notes : ALL DISTANCES ARE IN METRES

  • ** ANY DISTANCE FOR OPERATIONAL CONVENIENCE

  • * ¼ OF SUM OF DIA OF ADJACENT VESSELS

Slide 9

OISD 144 -TABLE –IIDIST BETWEEN LPG STORAGE VESSELS & BOUNDARY LINE/GROUP OF BUILDINGS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE PLANT

  • CAPACITY OF EACH VESSEL DISTANCE

  • (CU. MT OF WATER) (M)

  • 10-20 15

  • 21-40 20

  • 41-350 30

  • 351-450 40

  • 451-750 60

  • 751-3800 90

  • > 3800 120

Slide 10

OISD 144

PLANT LAYOUT

1.0 LOCATION AND SAFETY DISTANCES OF FACILITIES

1.1 LOCATION

  • ACCESS FOR MOBILE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTS

  • AVAILABILITY OF SPACE FOR FUTURE EXPANSION

  • LONGITUDINAL AXIS OF BULLETS NOT POINTED TOWARDS VESSELS, VITAL PROCESS EQUIPMENTS

  • BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES

  • STORAGE VESSELS LAID OUT IN A SINGLE ROW

  • BULLETS AND SPHERES NOT GROUPED TOGETHER

  • STORAGE VESSELS NOT LOCATED ONE ABOVE THE OTHER

Slide 11

OISD 144

PLANT LAYOUT

2.0 LPG BOTTLING FACILITIES

SEPARATE SHEDS FOR -

EMPTY CYLINDER STORAGE CUM FILLING SHED

FILLED CYLINDER STORAGE

ESCAPE ROUTES IDENTIFIED IN LPG SHEDS

3.0 PROTECTION OF FACILITIES

PROVISION OF ROADS AROUND FACILITIES FOR ACCESSIBILITY OF FIRE FIGHTING OPERATION

EMERGENCY ESCAPE EXIT WITH PROPER GATE

LPG LORRY PARKING AREA(BULK/PACKED) WITH PROPER HYDRANTCOVERAGE

Slide 12

OISD 144

PLANT LAYOUT

4.0 LPG STORAGE FACILITIES

PROVISION OF KERB WALL AROUND STORAGE VESSELS

PROVISION OF SPILLAGE SUMP WITH MIN DISTANCE NOT MORE THAN DIA OF THE NEAREST VESSEL OR 15M WHICHEVER IS HIGHER

AREA UNDER SPHERE IS HAVING CONCRETE PAVEMENT WITH PROPER SLOPE TO SHALLOW SUMP

GROUPING OF THE VESSEL NOT EXCEEDING 6 NO.S IN EACH GROUP

TOP SURFACE OF ALL VESSELS IN ONE GROUP ON THE SAME PLANE

5.0 LPG BULK HANDLING FACILITIES

MIN TURNING RADIUS FOR TT SHOULD BE 20M

MAX NO. OF TANK LORRY BAYS IN A GROUP NOT TO EXCEED 8 NOS.

SEPARATION BETWEEN TWO SETS OF BAYS MIN 50M

PROVISION FOR ISLAND FOR PROTECTION OF PIPE LINE

PIPELINE SYSTEM WITH THERMO SAFETY VALVES ROVs AND EFCVs TO BE PROVIDED

Slide 13

OISD 144

STORAGE VESSEL DESIGN CRITERIA

STORAGE VESSELS

DESIGN CODES - ASME SEC. VIII or IS-2825 or PD- 5500

APPROVED BY PESO

MATERIAL-SA537 Gr.1 OR SA 516 Gr. 70

DESIGN TEMPERATURE- -27DEG TO +55DEG

DESIGN PRESSURE: 14.5 Kg/SQCM AT 55 DEG CELCIUS.

CORROSSION ALLOWANCE: 1.5MM

RADIOGRAPHY –FULL

STRESS RELIEVING 100% IRRESEPCTIVE OF THICKNESS

WIND PRESSURE AS PER IS 875

EARTH QUAKE PRESSURE AS PER IS:1893

HYDRO TEST PRESSURE AS PER DESIGN CODE

Slide 17

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

SPRINKLER SYSTEM -

Automatic fire protection (Fixed) medium velocity sprinkler system - heat detection through quartzoid bulbs

In LPG storage area, detectors shall be provided encircling each vessel, equi-spaced.

Minimum 2 nos. detectors shall be provided at the top of the vessel and one near the liquid line ROV to take care of failure of flanges.

Upon actuation there shall be alarm in control panel, LPG pumps and compressors would trip, ROVs on LPG supply and return lines would trip and the deluge valves on fire water sprinkler system will get actuated.

Slide 18

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

DESIGN CRITERIA

  • ALL LPG STORAGE VESSELS, CYLINDER STORAGE/ FILLLING SHEDS, REPAIR SHEDS, LPG PHs, BULK LORRY AND TANK WAGON GANTRIES SHALL BE COVERED BY MEDIUM VELOCITY SPRAY SYSTEM

  • DETECTION OF FIRE FOR AUTOMATIC ACTUATION OF MV SPRAY SYSTEM SHALL BE PROVIDED AT ALL CRITICAL LOCATIONS LIKE LPG BULK STORAGE, TANK TRUCK/TANK WAGON GANTRY,NEAR CAROUSAL, LPG PUMP/COMPRESSOR HOUSE, EVACUATION, VALVE CHANGE AREAS

Slide 19

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

FIRE WATER STORAGE

  • EFFECTIVE WATER STORAGE CAPACITY IS NOT LESS THAN 4 HRS AGGREGATE WORKING CAPACITY OF MAIN FIRE WATER PUMP

  • MIN 2 STORAGE TANKS ARE PROVIDED IF STEEL TANKS ARE PROVIDED

  • FIRE WATER PUMPS TO MEET INSTALLED RATE OF FLOW AND HEAD SHALL BE CENTRIFUGAL TYPE DIESEL ENGINE DRIVEN

  • THERE SHALL BE A JOCKEY PUMP NOT LESS THAN 10M3/HR PER 100 HYDRANT POINTS WHICH MAINTAINS THE SYSTEM PRESSURE AT 7KG/CM2 BY STARTING AND STOPPING AUTOMATCALLY BASED ON THE SYSTEM PRESSURE

Slide 20

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

  • AT LEAST ONE STANDBY FIRE WATER PUMP SHALL BE PROVIDED UPTO 2 NOS OF MAIN PUMPS.

  • FOR MAIN PUMPS 3 AND MORE, MINIMUM TWO STANDBY PUMPS OF THE SAME CAPACITY AS THE MAIN PUMPS SHALL BE PROVIDED.

    FIRE HYDRANT NETWORK

  • FIRE WATER RING MAIN LAID ABOVE GROUND

  • FIRE WATER RING MAIN LAID UNDERGROUND IF ANY , CONFORMS TO THE FOLLOWING:

    - RING MAIN LAID 1 MTR BELOW GROUND

    - IN ROAD CROSSING, RING MAIN LAID 1.2 MTR BELOW

    GROUND

  • FIRE WATER RING MAIN KEPT PRESSURISED MIN. 7KG/CM2

  • FIRE WATER MONITOR PROVIDED WITH INDEPENDENT ISOLATION VALVE

  • BETWEEN HYDRANT POINTS HOSE BOXES ARE KEPT WITH 2 NOS HOSES AND A NOZZLE

Slide 21

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

FIRST AID PORTABLE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTS

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SHALL BE PROVIDED AT VARIOUS

LOCATIONS AS UNDER:

AREA PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

LPG STORAGE VESSEL 2 NO.S 10KG DCP

LPG CYL SHED 2 NO.s 10KG DCP PER 200 SQM AREA

LPG PUMP HOUSES 2 NO.S 10KG DCP PER 50SQM

TT LOADING/UNLOADING 1 NO. 10KG DCP PER BAY

TW LOADING/UNLOADING 1 NO. 10KG DCP FOR EVERY 15/20 MTRS OF GANTRY

OTHER PUMP HOUSES 2 NO.S 10KG DCP

Slide 22

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

FIRST AID PORTABLE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTS

AREA NO. OF FIRE EXTINGUISHER

MCC/DG ROOM/HT ROOM ATLEAST 2 NO.S 4.5KG CO2 EXTINGUISHERS IN EACH ROOM

  • 100% SPARE CARTRIDGES

  • 50% MIN SPARE DCP BAGS AS PER FIRE EXTINGHUISHER CAPACITY

    MOBILE FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT

    1 NO. 75 KG DCP IN FILLING SHED , LPG STORAGE VESSELS, LPG PUMP HOUSE AREA, TANK TRUCK LOADING/UNLOADING GANTRY AREA, TANK WAGON LOADING/UNLOADING GANTRY AREA

Slide 23

OISD 144

FIRE PROTECTION FACILITIES

HOSES NOZZLES AND ACCESSORIES

  • 50% SPARE SHALL BE STORED IN THE LPG PLANT

  • 2 NO.S NOZZLES SPARE OF EACH KIND

    FIRE ALARM SYSTEM

  • SUFFICIENT NO. OF MANUAL CALL POINTS

  • TWO ELECTRICALLY OPERATED FIRE SIREN WITH 1 KM AND 3 KM RADIUS COVERING THE ENTIRE PLANT AND SORROUNDING PLACES

  • MANUALLY OPERATED SIREN AT STRATEGIC PLACES

    COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

  • AVAILABILITY OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

  • COMMUNICATION SYSTEM LIKE TELEPHONE, PA/PAGING IN

    HAZARDOUS AREA TO BE FLAMEPROOF / INTRINSICALLY SAFE

Slide 24

OISD 144

GAS MONITORING SYSTEM

  • The Gas Monitoring system - early warning for gas concentration below the LEL (lower explosive limit).

  • The detectors for the gas monitoring system strategically located at all facilities close to potential source of leakage.

  • The detection control equipment provided in the control room for continuous monitoring even during power failure.

  • The control equipment to generate at least two alarms at different levels of concentration of gas below LEL.

Slide 25

OISD 144

GAS MONITORING SYSTEM

  • Appropriate annunciation system shall be available to ensure that all the alarms generated, both, audio and visual are reported to the plant personnel, who are authorized to take corrective action. Depending on the manning practice of the plant, the alarms both, audio and visual can be repeated at additional location to ensure corrective action is taken.

  • The height of the detector should not be more than 0.3 M from the mounting level.

  • The detectors should be located at least 0.3 mtrs. away from the potential source of leakage

  • The gas monitoring system shall be kept in good operating condition all the time.

Slide 26

OISD 144

GAS MONITORING SYSTEM

The minimum detectors are given below:

  • Storage vessels (above ground) – 1 No. top and 1 No. near bottom ROV.

  • LPG pump house 1 No. in pump house and 1 No. in manifold.

  • Filled cylinder shed - 2 No.

  • Valve change shed – 1 No.

  • Empty-cum-filling shed – 2 Nos. near carousel, 1 No. near evacuation unit tank, 1 No. weight correction unit.

  • TLD – one at each manifold and at ends.

  • Tank wagon gantry – 1 no. for every two bays or 30 m whichever is less at bottom. Additionally, some detectors at selected locations shall be provided at the top of platform.

Slide 27

OISD 144

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

GUIDELINES FOR EMERGENCY PREVENTION -

  • Sound engineering practice in the design, fabrication, installation and maintenance of facilities.

  • Careful selection and correct use of equipment.

  • Observance of safety and security regulations.

  • Proper and constant training and guidance to all personnel on product knowledge and maintenance practices.

  • Good House-keeping.

  • Constant supervision and alertness

Slide 28

OISD 144

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  • Instructions to both corporation and contractor’s employee identifying the action to be taken by each one in an emergency.

  • Availability of fire fighting organization plan including plan for holidays and off shifts

  • Availability of approved onsite disaster management plan(DMP)

  • Mock fire drills to be conducted in coordination local administration, Police authorities, Fire Brigade, hospital authorities, home guards, neighbouring industries

  • Offsite DMP will be formulated by District Administration

  • Slide 29

    OISD 144

    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

    SOURCE OF LPG LEAKAGES -

    • Through water drain valve while draining.

    • Leaking sample valve.

    • Breakage of glass on Sight Flow Indicator on the pipeline.

    • Opening of pop-off valve, gland/packing etc.

    • Leakage through LPG compressor/pump.

    • Leakage due to bursting/ rupture of hose or through swivel joints of body arms.

    • Leakage from the filling guns.

    • Escape of liquid/ vapour LPG during maintenance/ repairs.

    Slide 30

    OISD 144

    SAFETY AUDIT

    • A structured and systematic safety audit of any plant / facility to be done

    • Check lists should cover all the operational areas, major equipments, operating/ maintenance procedures, safety practices, fire prevention/ protection systems etc.

    Slide 31

    OISD 144

    SAFETY AUDIT

    • Daily safety audit of LPG Installation by Safety Officer – reviewed by PM on daily basis.

    • Monthly safety audit by Plant Manager

    • Electrical audit by Internal & External Auditors annually

    • Detailed safety audit by Multi disciplinary team annually with members from region / HQ

    • Maintenance & Inspection audit annually

    • Surprise audit by Regional Safety Team

    • External safety audit by OISD – scheduled as well as surprise

    Slide 32

    OISD 144

    SAFETY AUDIT

    The safety audit will cover the following points –

    • Safety Organisation

    • Security System

    • Fire prevention/ protection system

    • Preparedness to handle any emergency --Disaster control plan and mock drills.

    • Skill level and training needs for HRD.

    • Operating manual/ instructions, display of Do's/ Don'ts etc.

    Slide 33

    OISD 144

    OPERATING PRACTICES

    1.0 STORAGE AND HANDLING OF BULK

    UNLOADING OF BULK LPG TANK TRUCKS/ TANK WAGONS UNLOADING OF BULK TTs & TWs TO BE CARRIED OUT ONLY AT LOCATIONS APPROVED BY PESO

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    • ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS/ LIGHTING FLAME PROOF

    • VAPOUR VENTLINE FOR INDUIVIDUAL BAY AT 1.5M HEIGHT ABOVE THE EAVES OF THE SHED

    • FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SHALL BE POSITIONED AS AN IMMEDIATE AID FOR FIRE FIGHTING - 1 NO 10 KG DCP EXTINGUISHER PER BAY

    Slide 35

    OISD 144

    OPERATING PRACTICES

    CHECKS TO BE CARRIED OUT FOR EACH TT BEFORE UNLOADING –

    • VALID LICENSE FROM PESO, NAGPUR

    • 2 NO.S 10KG DCP FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

    • QUICK CLOSING MANIFOLD VALVE WITH LEVER INDICATING CLOSE/OPEN STATUS

    • MASTER CUT OFF SWITCH FOR SWITCHING OFF ENGINE IS PROVIDED

    • AVAILABILITY OF TREM CARD, ROUTE MAP, INSTRUCTION BOOKLET, RTO PERMIT

    Slide 36

    OISD 144

    OPERATING PRACTICES

    LPG CYLINDER STORAGE

    STACKING

    • VERTICAL WITH VALVE IN UPRIGHT POSITION

    • HEIGHT SHOULD NOT EXCEED 2 STACKS

    • DIFFERENT TYPE AND CAPACITY TO BE STACKE SEPARATELY (SEPARATE STACKING OF OMC CYLINDERS –COMPANY WISE)

      STACKING PATTERN

    • SMALL LOTS OF 4 ROWS AND 25 CYL LENGTH WITH MAX 2 STACKS HIGH

    • MIN ACCESS PATH OF 1M ON BOTH SIDES OF STACK 2M ACCESS AFTER 5 LOTS

    • AFTER EACH LENGTH OF 25 CYLINDERS, PASSAGE OF 2M CYLINDER STORAGE SPACE TO BE MARKED AND PAINTED ON FLOORING DEMARCATED

    • MINIMUM DISTANCE OF 15M FROM CYLINDER LOADING

    • MIN DISTANCE OF 10M FROM FILLING POINT

    Slide 37

    OISD 144

    MAINTENANCE & INSPECTION

    • INSPECTION/ TEST CERTIFICATE AT THE TIME OF ORIGINAL FABRICATION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE AND SUBSEQUENT INSPECTION / HYDRAULIC TEST CARRIED OUT AS PER SMPV RULES 1981 AND RECORDS MAINTAINED.

    • GUIDELINES OF OISD STANDARD-128 TO BE FOLLOWED FOR DETAILED INSPECTION OF PRESSURE VESSELS.

    • ANNUAL INSPECTION AND TESTING OF SAFETY VALVES CARRIED OUT AT PROPER SET PRESSURE AND RECORDS MAINTAINED.

    • ALL INSTRUMENTS, LEVEL INDICATORS, PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE GAUGES, ROVS ARE MAINTAINED IN WORKING CONDITION AND DAILY SCHEDULED CHECKS, PERIODIC CALIBRATION AND PREVENTING MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

    • RELIEF VALVES - ISOLATION VALVES LOCKED IN OPEN CONDITION

    • EARTHING SHOULD HAVE CONTINUITY AND CONDITION OF EARTH PIT TO BE CHECKED AND RESISTANCE MEASURED

    Slide 38

    OISD 144

    MAINTENANCE & INSPECTION

    INSTRUMENTATION

    • TEMP INDICATING DEVICES TO BE CHECKED, CALIBRATED ONCE IN 6 MONTHS USING STD GAUGE

    • LEVEL GAUGE SHALLBE CHECKED DAILY FOR PROPER FUNCTIONING

    • ZERO LEVEL CHECK AND CALIBRATION TO BE CARRIED OUT MONTHLY

    • PRESSURE GAUGES TO BE CHECKED DAILY FOR CORRECT FUNCTIONING AND CALIBRATED ONCE IN 6 MONTHS USING STD. GAUGE

    • FLOW MEASURING DEVICES TO BE CHECKED DAILY AND CALIBRATED ONCE IN A MONTH

      INSPECTION OF LOADING/UNLOADING HOSES

    • UNLOADING ARMS ARE PREFERABLE TO HOSES

    • HOSES TO BE STORED PROPERLY WITH ENDS CLOSED BLINDS

    • NO HOSE HAVING KINKS OR CRACKS

    Slide 39

    SECURITY

    • ENTRANCE TO AUTHORISED PERSONNEL ONLY WITH IDENTIFICATION WITH PHOTO ID CARDS

    • FRISKING OF ALL PERSONAL DONE BEFORE ENTRANCE PHYSICALLY AS WELL AS HAND HELD METAL DETECTORS. FURTHER THE PERSON HAS TO PASS THROUGH DOOR FRAME METAL DETECTORS

    • VISITORS ALLOWED INSIDE ONLY AFTER AUTHORISATION BY PLANT MANAGER / AUTHORISED OFFICER

    • MONITORING OF MOVEMENT OF VISITORS AND LOGGING THEM OUT AFTER EXIT.

    • VISITORS FACE CAPTURED USING A WEB CAMERA

    • VEHICLES ENTERING ARE CHECKED FOR PRESENCE OF BOMBS, ETC., PHYSICALLY AS WELL AS UNDER BODY MIRRORS

    • NO INFLAMMABLE OBJECT ALLOWED INSIDE

    • VISITORS VEHICLE CHECKED THOROUGHLY DICKIE, BONNET AND UNDER BODY

    • ADEQUATE SECURITY PERSONNEL FOR ROUND THE CLOCK FOR PETROLING AND SECURITY OF INSTALLATION

    • SECURITY TOWERS FOR MONITORING OUTSIDE AREAS

    • CO-ORDINATION WITH LOCAL POLICE AND INTELLIGENCE BUREAU FOR SUSPICIOUS PERSONS AND MOVEMENT

    Slide 40

    TRAINING

    • SAFETY EDUCATION AND TRAINING RECEIVES GREAT ATTENTION

    • A VARIETY OF TRAINING COURSES ARE CONDUCTED INTENDED TO DEVELOP THE SKILLS AND SAFETY CONSCIOUSNESS OF EMPLOYEES.

    • TRAINING IS GIVEN TO IOCL EMPLOYEES, HANDLING & HOUSE KEEPING CONTRACT LABOUR, TRUCK CREW AND SECURITY AS PER THE SYLLABUS GIVEN IN OISD 154.

    • TRAINING ALSO GIVEN DURING MONTHLY FIRE DRILL AND HALF YEARLY FIRE DRILL INVOLVING OUTSIDE AGENCIES.

    • FIRST AID TRAINING IS GIVEN TO EMPLOYEES WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF OUTSIDE AGENCIES LIKE ST. JOHNS, ETC.,

    • TRAINING IS GIVEN AS PER MV RULE 9 TO TRUCK CREW WITH THE HELP OF INHOUSE PERSONNEL AND OUTSIDE AGENCIES.

    • TRAINING DATA AND QUALITY REVIEWED BY HIGHER MANAGEMENT

    • REFRESHER COURSES ARE GIVEN PERIODICALLY AS SPECIFIED OISD 154 / INTERNAL COMPANY REGULATIONS.

    Slide 41

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