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COMPANY

PT. SAKA INDONESIA SESULU

CONTRACTOR

PROJECT NAME
PROVISION OF GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY SERVICES
SOUTH SESULU, MAKASSAR STRAIT
EAST KALIMANTAN INDONESIA

DOCUMENT TITLE
Project Emergency Response Plan

CONTRACT NO.:

MGS PROJECT REF


NUMBER

4600012228

MGS/IND/VIII/228/2014

PREPARED BY :
Position
Executive
Director
QHSE
Manager
Project
Manager
APPROVED BY :
Position
Project
Manager
Head of HSE
Project
HSE
Engineer

Name

Signature

14th August
2014
th
14 August
2014
14th August
2014

N. Henky Suharto
Iskandar
Bambang
Dwiwiryanto
Name
TBA

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DIVISION/DEPART Signature
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HSE

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CONTROLLED COPY DISTRIBUTION LIST


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Recipient

Position
Executive
Director

Company
PT Mahakarya Geo
Survey

Henky Suharto

Thjin Se Siang

General Manager

PT Mahakarya Geo
Survey

Iskandar

QHSE Manager

PT Mahakarya Geo
Survey

Erikson F Sormin

Operation
Manager

PT Mahakarya Geo
Survey

Bambang
Dwiwiryanto

Project Manager

PT. Mahakarya Geo


Survey

Rifki Ade Riyatna

Party Chief

PT. Mahakarya Geo


Survey

Brahmono Akbar

HSE Officer

PT. Mahakarya Geo


Survey

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TBA
TBA
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Project Manager
HSE Manager
HSE Engineer

SAKA Energy
SAKA Energy
SAKA Energy
SAKA Energy

TABLE OF CONTENT

Remarks

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1.INTRODCUTION
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6

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General
Objectives
Summary of Main Project
Glossary
Definition
Principles of Emergency Management

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3.STASION BILL AND EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION


3.1 Station Bill
3.2 Notification

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4.PROCEDURES
4.1 Abandon Vessel
4.2 Medical Injury/Evacuation
4.3 Man Over Board
4.4 Collision with Vessel
4.5 Procedure in The Event of Interface by other vessel
4.6 Fire in Explosion
4.7 Fire in the Engine Room
4.8 Fire in switch gear room
4.9 Fire in Gallery
4.10 Total Loss of Vessel Power
4.11 Pollution Control
4.12 Security Related Emergency
4.12.1 General
4.12.2 Sabotage, Riots
4.12.3 Bomb Threat
4.13 Serious Criminal Acts
4.14 Bad Weather

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5. Medical Crisis
5.1 Location and Geography
5.2 Site Description and Clinic
5.3 Onsite Response
5.4 First Phase Evacuation
5.5 Medical Monitoring & Second Phase Evacuation
5.6 Key Information
5.7 First Phase Evacuation Summary
5.8 Second Phase Evacuation Details

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6. Partial / Total Work Vessel or Site Evacuation


6.1 General
6.2 Evacuation Procedure
6.3 Offshore Procedure

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7. EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS


7.1 Client / Company
7.2 Contractor

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LIST OF APPENDICES
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Emergency Interface Flow Chart


Man Over Board Flow Chart
Abandon Ship Flowchart
Oil Spill Flowchart
Vessel Power Failure Flowchart
Vessel Steering Gear Failure Flowchart
Personal Matrix Qualification

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1

General
Emergency is unexpected abnormal potentially resulting in serious injury or
fatality to people, environmental impact, property damage, business
continuity and reputation impact and impact on neighboring industry and or
community.
This document describes of a foreseeable Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
during provision of geophysical survey services at South Sesulu located on Makassar
Strait, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
The ERP establishes an organizational
structure, outlines actions and procedures and identifies available resources

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to provide an effective and safe response. The document also outlines the
procedures to notify and communicate with lease holders, neighboring
facilities, emergency services and the community if the emergency has the
potential of involving or affecting them.
This document is designed to be a guideline for all project workforces during
Provision of geophysical survey service on how to response when a
hazardous situation and/or an accident occurred on the Vessel.
1.2

Objectives
Whilst the ERP provides details for the appropriate response in most
expected emergency scenarios, the On Scene Commander will maintain
overall command during the event and will determine the necessary actions
most appropriate for the specific circumstances encountered. His decisions
will be based solely upon the following objectives:
Preservation of life
Preservation of environment
Preservation of equipment

1.3 Summary of Main Project Activities Related to the ERP

1.4 Glossary and Abbreviations

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1.5 Definitions
Emergency

Unexpected condition resulting in serious injury or fatality,


fire, explosion, spillage of oil or chemical, toxic gas release,
structural damage, total evacuation, collision at sea &
other marine incident, accident/incident at the Support
Vessels, Loss of Radioactive Material, Security breaches,
helicopter crash, etc. which require prompt action to
contain the emergency.
The emergency is categorized as follows:
Major Emergency: The emergency that requires external
assistance after the effort of the "Site Emergency Response
Team to control the situation has not been successful.
Minor Emergency: The emergency that could successfully
be dealt with by the "Site Emergency Team" with the
equipment and facilities available at the work-site, without
any external assistance.
The emergency however, may escalate into
emergency should the ability to contain is lost.

On Scene
Commander

major

The Contractor's highest ranking at Contractor's site shall


be the "On Scene Commander and shall coordinate all the
activities of Contractor's and
subcontractor's personnel for the management of

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emergency at site.
Emergency
Response Team

The group of personnel at the site, who are responsible to


the OSC for the containment of the emergency at the site.

Emergency
Response Duty
Manager

The Project Manager shall assume the duties and


responsibilities of the ERDM at the Project Office. He is
assisted by the emergency support team to liaise and
provide the necessary support for the management of
emergency that occurred at the site as required and on call
basis.

1.6 Principles of Emergency Management


The emergency management at the site is classified as follows:
Stage 1:
The ERT is activated to contain the emergency. All non essential personnel
are to muster at the assigned "Muster Stations" for head counting and to
provide assistance as required. The Vessel is to move away from the site
after the personnel are counted for.
Stage 2:
If the emergency is not contained within the accepted period, the OSC may
activate Stage 2 procedure for partial evacuation of non essential personnel
to the supporting Vessels.
The ERT will be remain onboard the Vessel to contain the emergency. The
evacuated non essential personnel however will form the support and
replacement for the ERT if the need arises.
Stage 3:
Stage 3 is the total evacuation and abandonment of the Vessel when the
possibility of containing the emergency is beyond the capability of the Vessel
personnel and equipment In such an event, notification of "May Day" is
transmitted on the assigned marine communication and brief information to
all related parties using satellite phone from main vessel to the other
existing parties near location (e.g. Local fisherman activity, fish net, rumpon,
etc).

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ORGANIZATION
Company
Emergency
Management

Contractor Emergency
Management Team

Company Project
Manager

Contractor
Project Manager

Onshore Based
Offshore Based
Company Site
Representative
Onboard

On Scene Commander
Vessel Master

Contractor
Representative
Onboard

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM

EMERGENCY
Command Line
Coordination Line
Report Line / Support Request
Line

The Master will be acting as On Scene Commander and will have overall

command and responsibility during an emergency situation. He will also

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coordinate emergency response action with CSR/HSE and CTR rep


onboard.
Fire response team will be lead by Chief Officer and will assume the
following actions:
o Fire fighting
o Search and rescue
Man over board response team will be lead by Second Officer and will
carry out rescue from water
Spill response team will be lead by Chief Officer and will assume spill
control action
Second officer will carry out head count at the muster point.

3.

STATION BILL & EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION

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3.1 Station Bill


Emergency alarms are given by general alarm bell and will be followed by
Public Address (PA) general announcement explaining the immediate
instructions to be taken. The following alarm signals will be activated in
each type of emergency:
TYPE OF EMERGENCY
1. Abandon Vessel Alarm

2. Fire and Explosion


3. Other Emergency
Alarms Man Overboard,
Pollution, Grounding,
Mayor Leaks, etc
5. Abandon Ship Signal

3.2

TYPE OF ALARM AND/OR ANNOUNCEMENT


Seven (7) short blasts and one (1) long blast followed
by general alarm bell with details of the emergency
announcement.
The abandon alarm is a signal for all personnel to
muster at their lifeboat stations. Lifeboat crews will
prepare the lifeboats for launching.
Intermittent / Continuous ringing on fire alarm followed
by general alarm bell with details of the emergency
announcement.
Continuous ringing on the sjps alarm bells followed by
spoken words for the type of emergency on the P.A
system

Verbal instruction from the master "Abandon Ship"


In teh absence of master, then person next in command

Notification
An emergency is an unplanned event which may result in a catastrophic
event. Prompt proper actions are required to be taken to minimize the
consequence of this event. This also requires proper and prompt
notification of the event to correct organization level.
In the event of any case of emergency, Master Vessel will inform Client Rep.
Onboard and Party Chief Onboard. He will decide whether the MEDIVAC should be
activated or not depending on actual situation, all communication between
dedicated person in charge on vessel will be using through radio marine VHF/Ch.
09.
The purposes of the notification are:
1. To report timely and correctly to the authority of the event
2. To mobilize any assistance required by the site to control the event
3. To report to corporate organization on the event so that further
assistance can be mobilize promptly
4. To notify timely to the relevant Government Authorities (SKK MIGAS)
and other related parties.

4.

PROCEDURES

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Abandon vessel
Medical injury/evacuation
Man overboard
Collision with vessel
Fire or explosion
Total loss of vessel power
Pollution control
Security related emergency
Sabotage/criminal acts riots
Typhoon contingency plan

Abandon Vessel
In the event that the Abandon Vessel Alarm is heard and the OSC has issued
a public announcement, these are the following steps that should be taken:

4.2

PERSONNEL
OTHER PERSONNEL

ACTION
PROCEED TO
MUSTER POINT

Chief Officer

READY FOR First


Aid SUPPORT

SECOND
OFFICER
MASTER

HEAD COUNT

OTHER
PERSONNEL

Gather at
muster point

REQUEST
ASSISTANT

COMMENTS
Put on your personal protective
equipment
Put on your lifejacket
C/O standby at muster point
with medical equipment
ready to give any medical
support.
Carry
out head count in
muster station and report
Request assistant from other
vessel or nearby vessel for
abandon ship assistant (if
Conduct search and rescue in
the area when all personnel
have been transferred
Move away from abandoned
ship

Medical Injury/Evacuation
The survey vessel is a l s o provided with clinic, medicine and life saving
equipments. Assigned person (Chief Officer / HSE Officer Onboard) will report
patient condition to the OSC.
The decision for a medical evacuation shall be made by the OSC, based
on medical advice and consultation with a shore based referral hospital
doctor. A medical evacuation may be required as a result of serious
accident, illness or death of a person.

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DECISION TREE FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCY


Accident / Incident

First Aider on site response and assess the case

First Aider inform referral


hospital doctor and fill in medical
log

First Aider prepare to transport


patient to shore based on
recommendation from referral
hospital Doctor

First Aider onboard inform


Master

Master inform CSR &


Party Chief

Evaluate to Medevac by Master

CSR and Party Chief


inform each Company
Project Management
in Jakarta

Further Referral

Home

Jakarta
Note: Medevac only daylight except life threatening situation

Balikpapan

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Man Overboard (MOB)


Upon sighting of a person overboard, the observer must immediately:
1. Throw the nearest life ring, as close as possible to the person in the
water.
2. Hail someone nearby to raise the alarm and notify the bridge (only as
last resorts will he abandons his watch of the man to raise the alarm)
3. Maintain constant watch of the man in the water. Keep pointing at the
location where the person Go into water, to help direct rescue boat.
SUBSEQUENT ACTIONS:
Bridge

Hospital/First
Aider
Rescue Team
All Other
Personnel
Rescue Team

Broadcast Man Overboard alarm on the PA,


giving the location of the incident.
Call any vessel in the area and request
assistant for rescue
Stop all communications and prepare for the
transmission of emergency messages.
Prepare to receive casualty
Open communications with referral hospital
Doctor.
Proceed to emergency station and execute
emergency
duties
Keep clear
of rescue area
Rescue team will launch rescue boat to
rescue MOB
Carry a hand radio
Carry out instructions given by the OSC

Any casualty rescued from the water should be sent to town as soon as
his condition is stabilized for thorough medical examination.
His/her condition shall be constantly monitored at all times while
hospitalized on the vessel.
IN THE EVENT OF AN UNSUCCESSFUL RESCUE ATTEMPT:
If the rescue attempt is unsuccessful i.e. inability to retrieve person or
visual contact lost with person - the person in charge (PIC) should then:
1. Inform the local marine authority.
2. Broadcast for assistance on emergency channel.
3. Deploy all vessel personnel around the perimeter of the vessel to scan
for the missing person.
4. Ensure the prevailing weather conditions are known i.e. current /
wind speed and direction.

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Collision with Vessel


In the event of a collision with other vessel, the OSC should:
1.

Evaluate the extent of damage caused by collision and act


accordingly to secure the immediate safety of the vessel and crew
e.g. abandon vessel if required.

2.

Notify the Company and stating clearly


damage and what assistance is required.

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the

extent

of

the

Inform the Local Port Authority.

4. Depending on the stability conditions of the vessel commence with


total or partial evacuation of the vessel. If necessary, follow the
evacuation and shut down vessel engine.
5.

4.5

If any person is seriously injured, proceed as detailed in "Medical


Evacuation" procedures.

Procedure in The Event of Interference by Other Vessels


In the event of Interference by Other Vessels, the following procedures
should be initiated by the OSC.
1. Attempt to contact the vessel by audio and visual signs and warn
the vessel that it is within a prohibited area.
2.

4.6

Note the name, port or registration, identification numbers and


identifying features of the vessel, including photographs.

3.

Inform the Company Representative on board.

4.

Inform onshore shipping agent

Fire or Explosion
COURSE OF ACTION:
The following is the IMMEDIATE action in the event of fire being detected:
PERSONNE
L
ALL

ACTION
SOUND
THE FIRE
ALARM

COMMENTS
Immediately raise the alarm by
reporting the fire to the Bridge
indicating the location, the type and
the severity of the fire
OSC to alert CSR and CTR Reps.

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TO FIGHT
THE FIRE
WITHOUT
ENDANGER
ING
YOURSELF
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If possible, once the fire has been


reported, they should attempt to
control the situation with the nearest
fire extinguisher or fire host.
If available activate the fix fire
fighting system
If the fire is too large to contain or
there is too much smoke to remain
at the scene, try to close all doors
surrounding the area and evacuate
the area

The following is the SUBSEQUENT actions in the event of fire being detected:
PERSONNEL
OTHER
PERSONNEL
FIRE
RESPONSE
TEAM
FIRE
RESPONSE
TEAM
CHIEF
ENGINEER
FIRE
RESPONSE
TEAM
MASTER

ACTION
MUSTER ALL
NON-ESSENTIAL
PERSONNEL
MOBILIZE THE
FIRE FIGHTING
AND RESCUE
TEAM
SECURE
ISOLATE
VESSEL
SYSTEMS
START THE FIRE
PUMP

COMMENTS
On hearing the GENERAL ALARM, all
personnel not assigned drill duties shall
precede immediately to Muster Station.
The Fire Response Team will go to the
scene of the fire
Secure all watertight doors, scuppers,
electric, hydraulic, mechanical,
pneumatic and ventilation systems in the
area affected by emergency, as directed
Start the fire pumps to supply water to
the fire hoses.

Use CO2 fire extinguishers for electrical


FIGHT THE FIRE
fire as the first option
WITH PORTABLE
DO NOT use water or foam to fight
EXTINGUISHERS
electrical fires UNLESS it is confirmed
AND/OR WATER
that the affected electrical system is
MGS Onshore personnel arrange logistical
NOTIFY SHORE
and medical response

The normal Fire Emergency Duties

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Responsibilities

Master

Standby on bridge, overall in charge, standby radio


station

Chief Officer

in charge at scene of fire, supervise fire fighting (for


deck fire), carry emergency radio

Second officer

Standby on bridge, assist master

Third officer

in charge CO2 system or foam system

Chief engineer

liaise with chief officer

1st engineer

In charge of main engine

2nd engineer

Shut off valves and cocks of oil suction pipers

3rd engineer

Assist fire fighting team if necessary

Electrician
engineer

Close fire door

Boatswain

Carry fire axe

AB 1

Fire hose party

AB 2

Fire man

AB 3

On the wheel

Oiler 1

Assist fire fighting team if necessary

Oiler 2

Fire man

Oiler 3

Fire hose party

Cook

Stretcher and first aid party

Steward

Stretcher and first aid party

Medical

First aid party

Navigators

Carry fire extinguishers

Observers

Carry fire extinguishers

The order to stand down the fire party and to resume normal ship routine will be
taken by the Master and will be indicated verbally or by 3 short blasts on the ships
horn or bells.
While waiting for Master assisted, The Team leader as ERT onboard leader shall
info and contact each head office contractor and company number and shall
liaise with referral hospitals, police and other appropriate authorities

4.7

Fire in the Engine Room or Emergency Generator Room

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Fire or explosion in the engine room would most likely be an electrical or


fuel fire. One of the first immediate actions in containing the fire will be
to stop down ventilation fans, shutdown fuel pumps and the
engines/generators by activating the ESDs (Emergency Shut Down).
For small fires that do not affect the engines or generators (i.e. generators
are still active), the fire should be fought using available portable fire
extinguishers.
For fires that affect the engines and generators, the main engines must be
shut down immediately. In this Case, water hoses can also be used in
conjunction with the portable fire extinguishers.
As a last resort action in which the engine fire cannot be contained by the
Fire Fighting Team:
Evacuate all personnel in the Engine Room
Close all doors securely
Activate the engine room Fix fire suppression system
Full fire fighting suit and breathing apparatus is required when fighting fire
in the engine room, and when entering the engine room after CO2 has
been released. Note that sufficient time must be given after activating CO2
system before re-entering the engine room.
4.8 Fire in the Switch Gear Room
Small fires in the switch room can be extinguished by portable
extinguishers. In the event of an uncontrollable switch room fire, the switch
room must be shut down.
4.9 Fire in the Galley
Fire in the galley can be due to either electrical, oil or common combustible
material sources. In case of fire happened the shutdown of electrical power
and ventilation to the galley should be conducted.
Afterward fire fighting team in the galley should immediately take the action
to contain the fire and should be equipped with a full fire suit and breathing
apparatus.
4.10 Total Loss of Vessel Power
GENERAL
The emergency power will start up as soon as main power is lost.
COURSE OF ACTION
In a Total Power Loss situation or Dead Ship (particularly is total power loss
occurs at night), the priority will be to ensure the safety of personnel on
board and secondly to attempt to restore power, while
The following is a recommended plan for the course of action and

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organization of resources to manage this situation.


ACTION
IDENTIFY THE
PROBLEM &
RESTORE POWER

MUSTER ALL NONESSENTIAL


PERSONNEL

MONITOR THE
TRIM OF THE
VESSEL

NOTIFY ONSHORE

COMMENTS
Chief Electrician and Chief Mechanic shall
do all the necessary actions to
troubleshoot the problem and reinstate
vessel power
OSC to supervise operations.
Make announcement over the PA system
to inform all personnel of the situation
Organizes to muster all personnel
Take head count and ensure everybody is
accounted for.
monitoring the trim of the vessel.
ensure all ballast valves are shut, and
water tight doors closed. Inform control
when completed.
Inform MGS Onshore personnel power still
could not be restored after a reasonable
period of time

4.11 POLLUTION CONTROL


GENERAL
Pollution related emergency will likely originate from oil spills or spills from
substances of similar nature
(Such as lube oil).
All personnel see any spill on the deck or at sea should inform the bridge
immediately.
PERSONNEL
SPILL
RESPONSE
TEAM
MASTER

ACTION
CONTAIN THE
SPILL

COMMENTS
Immediately contain the spill and prevent
it from going overboard or into another
area

Ensure crews are fully aware of where oil


spill kits are stored and how to use them
SHUT DOWN
Assemble a rapid response team to
ALL
immediately locate the source of
OPERATIONS OR
spillage.
SYSTEM WHICH Isolate all suspected equipment and
ARE SUSPECTED
systems
TO HAVE
Observe if spillage ceases as a result of
CONTRIBUTED
this
TO THE

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ESTABLISH
Notify MGS onshore personnel
COMMUNICATIO
Provide a complete description of the spill
NS
(Type of the oil, drift, etc)
WITH SHORE
Monitor the drift of the spill and report to
shore base at regular intervals

4.12 Security Related Emergency


Sabotage/Criminal Acts Riots
4.12.1 General
Emergencies resulting from sabotage, riots, criminal acts or situations
of similar nature require assessment of the situation at the time for
planning of actions required. Often this would result in carrying out one or a
few of the procedures addressed in this binder.
4.12.2 Sabotage, Riots
The objective when encountering sabotage or riot situations is to stop the
trouble. The decision to take any action shall be made with the above three
priorities

ACTION

COMMENTS

RESTRAIN THE
SABOTEURS

If it is possible to restrain the saboteur(s), without


risking personnels life, do so.

MUSTER EVERYBODY
AT A SAFE PLACE

Make sure that everyone is safe and accounted for.


Some possible muster areas in the
accommodation are: recreation room, hospital,
expat
Try
to galley.
get in touch with other vessels, local
authority or shore base for assistance.

GET ASSISTANCE IF
POSSIBLE

REPORT IMMEDIATELY Once the situation is under control, report to


the Vessel Manager and relevant local authority
as soon as possible. (see Section 5 - Emergency
Contact Numbers in this document)

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4.12.3 Bomb Threat


A bomb threat or terrorist call is unlikely to be received directly by the
vessel. The threat will probably be directed to the shore-base.
All
communications regarding a threat must be kept strictly confdential
without any reference to a bomb threat made over the radio. Any publicity
on a bomb threat should be avoided because it can involve further threats
and even prank calls which unnecessarily increase the perceived danger.
1. If the threat is directly received by the vessel, ensure that all
particulars are noted in the Particulars on Bomb Call.
2. Inform the CTR Project Manager to notify police and/or armed forces
bomb disposal units.
3. The OSC will discuss situation with Liaison Officer Personnel.
Consider evacuation of non- essential personnel.
4. Stop all work and secure survey operations.
5. Sound the general alarm, requesting all personnel to proceed to mess
rooms.
6. Follow shore-base or Police instructions.
7. Search priority should be given to the accommodation areas. This will
ensure safe evacuation if required.
8. Note that radio transmitters can trigger detonating mechanisms
4.13 Serious Criminal Acts
1. Any action such as murder, serious assault, unauthorized drug use,
arson, and serious theft, shall warrant immediate notification of the
police.
2. The OSC and other personnel will proceed to the scene of the crime
to gather as much information as possible to make certain a crime has
been committed.
3. Obtain names of suspect and witnesses. Restrain any suspect using the
minimum amount of force necessary. Organize suitable detention of
suspect.
4. Notify CTR project manager and liaison officer for advice and assistance.
5. Photograph of the scene of crime and seal off area.
6. Make arrangements to transport suspect onshore
4.14 Bad Weather
Typhoons are usually detected in advance before they pose serious
danger to the vessel and the personnel onboard.

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Warning of an incoming typhoon is typically issued by the weather


forecasting bureau through the daily weather report or as an emergency
alert that is updated every hour.
The four hourly sea condition and vessel response report maintained by
the Barge Department would also be able to detect some changing trends
in the weather pattern that might suggest an incoming typhoon.
The specific course of action and when to carry them out is best left to the
OSC, in consultation with the client representative to decide, depending on
the exact situation, consider taking shelter

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MEDICAL CRISIS
The content of the following procedure shall always be adhered to if
circumstances so permit. The First Aider Onboard (HSE Officer) in charge of a
vessel, at his role discretion liaise with Chief Officer, request the mobilization and
aactivated MEDEVAC by Master Vessel and deliver all information's to Company
Site Representative and Party Chief in the event of such need at site.
The MEDEVAC procedure is to be used for the evacuation of personnel injured or
taken seriously ill at an offshore site and vessel to onshore for further medical
treatment.

5.1

Location and Geography

5.2

Site Description and Clinic

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MV Mahakarya Geo Survey conducting Provision of geophysical survey service


located on Makassar Strait, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. There are forty six (46)
personnel onboard include one (1) Liaison Officer and one (1) Security Officer
Onboard to support and monitoring security during project activity.
5.3 On Site Response
1.

Stabilized and provide initial treatment to the patient as per employers


protocols, and assess further needs.

2.

Contact referral hospital and discuss with coordinating doctor also inform the
on duty Site Manager regarding the incident.

3.

Provide patient particulars (including name, nationality,contact details, Dtae


of Birth, passport details, insurance, etc) and distribute the information to all
related parties.

4.

Follow up the first phone call with verbal and written updates including
patient movement

5.
5.4

Provide patient escort if necessary.


First Phase Evacuation

1.

Make pre-identified local transport assets and/ or local transport providers


under companys control available for the first phase evacuation.

2.

Prepare

patient

travel

necessities

including

passport,

other

travel

documents, clothes, etc


3.

Inform patients next of kin as appropriate.

5.5 Medical Monitoring & Second Phase Evacuation


1.

Give medical advice and guidance to the ERP team whom will pick up
patient at onshore meeting point.

2.

Patient will be transfer to local hospital from the nearest location at


balikpapan based on Client recommendation for patient stabilization.

3.

Patient will be move to Surabaya hospital for further treatment with more
complete facilities based on hospital doctor recommendation.

4.

Patient also to be considered transfer to Jakarta for further treatment and


request by patient related.

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Key Information

Authorized Person Details


AP1 Iskandar (QHSE Manager)

AP2 N. Henky Suharto (Executive Director)

Tel No: +62 21 8378 3792 ext : 209


Fax: +62 21 83787136
Mobile: +62 8111 460354
Email: iskandar@mahakarya.co.id

Tel No: +62 21 8378 3792 ext : 201


Fax: +62 21 83787136
Mobile: +62 811 940403
Email: henkysuharto@mahakarya.co.id

5.7 First Phase Evacuation Summary


In this phase, the patient will be moved by MV Mahakarya Geo Survey vessel
to in transit care facility / patient handover point that has been pre-decided
and mutually pre-agreed PRIOR to the mobilization of the evacuation
response plan. The movement will occur via transport provider identified by
MGS, again prior to the mobilization of the evacuation response plan.
In the event of Medical Evacuation cases occurred, the MV. Mahakarya Geo
Survey will stop the project and intentionally to be used for Medical
Evacuation Transport to nearest hospital at Balikpapan base on Client ERP
suggestion. Travel time is approximately 4 hours from site to the hospital,
and travel time approximately 30 minutes from hospital to Sepinggan airport
Balikpapan. Alternatively patient could be transfer to another hospital which
have more compete facility to receive further treatme

The in-transit care facility may not be- and in remote area usually will not
be - the medical facility best suited for the patient's definitive treatment.

Medical facilities recommended only for initial and stabilization prior to


onward transfer for more serious case; but in any case represent the best locally
available option.

5.8 Second Phase Evacuation Details

In this phase the patient will be moved by Hospital medical care team to a
definitive care facility hospital recommended as company suggestion in
Surabaya, depending on the medical condition/indication of the patient on
logistical criteria as well as resources available.

Patient Transport Option for Second Phase Evacuation


Airport Information for Balikpapan, Indonesia

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Name

Sepinggan International Airport

Location

Balikpapan, Indonesia

Hours of Operation

24hrs operation

Travel time de Definitive Care facility

Travel time from Sepinggan Airport to Hospital will


take up to approximately 30 minutes by
Ambulance

Port of Entry

Yes, Port of entry (international Clereance)

Telephone

+62 (0) 542 766866

Airport Information for Jakarta, Indonesia


Halim Perdana Kusuma International Airport
Name
(IATA: HLP)
Location
East Jakarta 13610, Indonesia
Hours of Operation

24 hrs operation

Port of Entry

Yes, Port of entry (international Clereance)

Telephone

+62 21 809 1108

Name
Location

Soekarno - Hatta International Airport (IATA:


CGK)
Cengkareng 19101, Banten

Hours of Operation

24 hrs operation

Port of Entry

Yes, Port of entry (international Clereance)

Telephone

+62 21 550 5307 - 9, 550 1720

Noteworthy Points to Consider for Evacuations and Repatriations


All emergency responses are on a best effort basis; unavoidable delays may
occur for several reasons, for e.g. if aircraft is not available, if the weather does
not allow safe flying or a safe voyage, if an airport is closed due to runaway
maintenance, etc.
If the patient is sick with an infectious disease, health authorities may not allow
the transport of the patient either locally, regional or internationally.
Second Phase evacuation to a place where the patient's language is spoken or
where he is culturally more comfortable can be arranged upon request, if this
considered medically safe. Repatriation following an initial evacuation to a
center of medical excellence depends on the patient's fitness to fly as well as
the medical clearance of the patient by the commercial airline's medical
department

6.

PARTIAL / TOTAL WORK VESSEL OR SITE EVACUATION

6.1 General

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In the event that it was necessary to execute a partial or total evacuation of the
vessel or site, the main method of personnel evacuation is carried out via life
rafts, which are located at strategic locations at various parts of the vessel or site,
is only to be considered as the final alternative; should the access or availability
of other means of escaping the catastrophe could not be safely obtained.
The OSC or person in charge of the vessel or site shall at his sole discretion decide
on the method to be used for partial or total evacuation and inform the CSR of his
decision.
His decision will of course be influenced by the nature of the emergency,
prevailing weather conditions, availability of the evacuation car, etc. The design
of vessel could also influence any such decision. Personnel should be evacuated
immediately by the most appropriate method under the prevailing circumstances,
without undue delay which could put personnel at additional risk.
6.2 Evacuation Procedures
In the event of major incident on the vessel that could result in the total loss of
the vessel or render it temporarily uninhabitable, it will be necessary to partially
or totally evacuate the vessel.
The OSC or person in charge of the vessel shall be solely responsible for deciding
if evacuation should take place, although guidance may be sough from the
onshore (office). Seeking such advice however, should never create a delay in
deciding to evacuate the vessel if there is any possibility of jeopardizing the
safety of personnel on board.
The OSC or person in charge of the vessel shall decide which level of evacuation
is required i.e. partial or total and by which method the evacuation will take place;
tug, supply; etc.
As mentioned the evacuation using life rafts is only considered as the last option
to escape the emergency.
The following priorities shall be used as guidelines in the event of such
evacuation. They are:

First Priority: Any visitor(s) and non essential contractor's personnel.

Second Priority: Other non essential personnel.

Third Priority: Essential personnel i.e. ERT

The above are guidelines and can be varied as deemed appropriate by the On
Scene Commander or person in charge of the vessel when he was fully appraised
the situation.
A message regarding the necessity to evacuate the vessel may be transmitted by
the vessel itself by telephone, fax or radio or alternatively from the other vessels
in the vicinity.
A distress message i.e. "MAYDAY" call may be relayed by any of these facilities
near the vicinity if the situation is deemed to be catastrophic.

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The following procedures are to be followed by emergency response personnel


during any incident, which involves or may involve the partial or total evacuation
of the hook-up and commissioning.

6.3

Offshore Procedures
The OSC or person in charge of the vessel shall ensure that the following points
are addressed in the event of the partial or total.
Inform the RSES and the ERDM of the decision to partially or totally evacuate
the vessel.
If situation is catastrophic and immediate total evacuation of the vessel is
required, initiate "Prepare to Abandon Ship" alarm and issue "MAYDAY" call
either directly from own or other facilities in the vicinity.
Notify nearby other vessels (if any) of the situation and make PA announcement
regarding method of evacuation.
Ensure that all personnel are accounted for. If time and circumstances permit,
initiate the appropriate searches for missing personnel.
For partial evacuation, i.e. the evacuation of non essential personnel, the
"Prepare to Abandon Ship" alarm shall not be initiated.
Note:
Clear instruction regarding method of evacuation shall be announced on the PA system.

Shut down operations as deemed appropriate.


Endeavour to contain and overcome the emergency situation.
Control the evacuation of personnel, communicate the status of personnel
transferred, clearly stating the names and number of personnel onboard rescue
vessel.
The names of evacuated personnel must be rechecked on arrival at their
assigned destination prior leaving the vessel shall be implemented.
Note:
The OSC or the person in charge shall ensure that they take from the vessel any essential
documents to facilitate later investigation e.g. log book and the updated POB lists.

6.4 Onshore Procedures Damage Control Team


Upon notification of the emergency, the Project Management shall:
1. Initiate "Call Out" of the core team
a. Project Manager
b. Technical and Operation Manager
c. HSE Manager

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2. Receive update the situation, particularly in respect of person evacuated, the


subcontractors involved, the Organization or Authorities to be contacted.
3. Ensure continuous monitoring and correlation of personnel movements.
4. As core team members assemble, apprise them of the situation and jointly
commence activities related to the emergency.
5. Project Management upon take over of duties shall maintain close liaison with
the vessel, CPY and other effected companies and shall coordinate onshore
these assistance or support as required He shall provide directions and
instructions as to achieve these means which may include medical services,
helicopter arrangement, support vessels, etc.
7.

EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS

7.1

Client/ Company

TBA

7.2

Contractor
Position

Mahakarya
Geo Survey
Position

Name

Work
Telephone

Email

Work
Telephone

Email

Jl. Tebet Raya No. 91A


Jakarta, 12820, Indonesia.
Phone: +62 21 8378 3792, Fax: +62 21 8378 7136

Name

Executive
Henky Suharto
Director
General Manager
Thjin Se Siang

+62
2183783792

Operation
Manager
Project Manager

+62
2183783792
+62
2183783792
+62
2183783792

QHSE Manager

Mobile No.

Erikson F. Sormin
Bambang
Dwiwiryanto
Iskandar

+62
2183783792

henkysuharto
@mahakarya.co.i
d
sesiang
@mahakarya.co.i
d
erikson.sormin
@mahakarya.co.i
d
bambangdwi
@mahakarya.co.i
d
iskandar
@mahakarya.co.i
d

Mobile No.
+62 811 940
403
+62 811 199
0494
+62 811 11460
353
+62 813 898
41195
+62 811 146
0354

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8. VESSELS SPECIFICATION

VESSEL DETAILS
Vessel Name
Home Port
Flag
Built by
Year
Classification
Call Sign
Length
Beam
Draught
Gross Tonnage
Net Tonnage
Power
Propulsion
Maximum Speed
Cruising Speed
Accommodation
Endurance
Air-conditioning
Communication

CONTRACTORS VESSEL
MV. MGS GEO SURVEY
ASL Shipyard, Indonesia
Indonesia
Rysco, Blowstone USA
1982, Refurbished in 2010
Bureau Veritas and BKI
PNSF
56.80 m
12.25 m
3.86 m
1,259 ton
377 ton
2 x CAT 3406 210 kW
2 x CAT D399 1,125 BHP
10 knots
7 knots
40 person
30 days
Available
SSB Radio : Furuno FS 1562
VHF Radio : 3 x (2 DSC) + 4 x Handheld
Inmarsat : Fleet Broad Band 150 and 250

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Appendix 3 Abandon Ship Flowchart

Abandon Ship Flowchart

Company Project
Manager
Party chief and CPY
Rep. Onboard discuss
regarding situation

Contractor Project
Manager

COMPANY
MANAGEMENT
CONTRACTOR
MANAGEMENT

Captain decides to
abandon ship (activate
serious emergency
procedures)
Prepare to evacuate
Report to muster
station

Safety man assist


to ensure
preparedness and
mustering and
check for missing
person

Captain sounds
abandon ship alarm,
initiate distress signal

Chief Engineer

All non essential crew


to remain to muster at
mustering station

Below deck fire


team shut down
all non essential
engine and report
to muster station
All life raft master
checker to stand
by at their life raft
station and to
check their name
list for missing
person (stand by
for final
instruction from
captain)

Deck foreman
Above deck fire and
crew shut down all
non essential engine
and machines and
report to muster
station
Launch life raft and
proceed to abandon
Final Instruction
ship
given

Search rescue team


for missing person
Report to muster
station

Appendix 4. Oil Spill Flowchart

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Chief Engineer
report power
failure
Emergency power to be
restored

Change over from


automatic pilot to manual
helm steering

If only one engine failed, reduce


pitch/RPM on the propeller

Maintain course by
carrying helm

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engine
fail ?

Vessel can maneuver

Steer ship clear of


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Prepare to fix the power


failure

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