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MARAN GAS MARITIME INC.

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CHAPTER 13

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

RISK MANAGEMENT
Operation / Work activity being assessed:
Generated by: Vessel
RA Code number:

Bunkering Operation
Routine

Non-routine

Office

(record the name)

ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO CONDUCT THE WORK (Prior to deciding to proceed with the work always ensure that all other alternatives methods
for carrying out the job have been identified and documented )

No alternative ways available for this task.


FREQUENCY CATEGORY

CONSEQUENCE CATEGORY

Frequent - Possibility of
repeated incidents
Probable - Possibility of
isolated incidents

More often than


once per voyage
Once per year

Occasional- Possibility of
occurring sometime

Once per 5 years

Remote- Not likely to occur

Once per 10 years

Very unlikely- Practically


impossible

Once per 30 years


or more

CECONSEQUEN

1
2
3
4

Human losses / fatalities

Major pollution /
Full scale response

Serious injury to
personnel

Moderate pollution/
Significant resources commitment

Number of minor
injuries / Medical
treatment for personnel

Little pollution /
Limited response of short duration

Little cost or damage


($10000 $ 100000)

Slight impact

Few minor injuries

Minimum pollution /
Little or no response needed

Minimum cost /
damage
< $10000

Zero impact

1
L (1)
L (2)

RISK MATRIX
FREQUENCY
2
3
L (2)
L (3)
M(4)
M(6)

4
M (4)
H(8)

5
M (5)
H(10)

L(3)

M(6)

H(9)

H(12)

H(15)

M(4)

H(8)

H(12)

H(16)

H(20)

Excessive/ high cost


damage >$1000000
Moderate cost or
damage
(100000 1000000$)

Major national &


international impact
Considerable
impact

High=Intolerable Risk Medium=Tolerable Risk Low=Negligible Risk

Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

Risk Analysis

1.

Lack or no adequate plan for the work

Potential
hazardous event
Delays, confusion,
crew injury,
property damage

2.

Approach/departure to/from bunkering area


(congested traffic waters/anchorage area)

Property damage /
Pollution

No

Hazard

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evaluation

Existing control measures

A. working plan will be communicated


prior the job commences to be
participants.
B. a pre job toolbox meeting to be
carried out among all personnel
involved with the job, in order to
discuss and analyze the identified
hazards. Subject RA, JHA, SMS forms
E008/009/016, bulletins (TECH 01/09,
OPS 05/08, SAF 03/10) and Circulars
(04/09, 07/13) will be reviewed during
the pre-bunkering meeting.
a. Ensure strict implementation of
Companys pre-arrival test and
procedures, in particular the

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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

3.

Inadequate Under Keel Clearance

Grounding

4.

Uncontrolled contact with the bunker barge


during mooring/unmooring

Grounding
/Property damage /
Pollution

5.

Substandard fendering/mooring equipment

Property damage

6.

Inadequate access of personnel between


ship/barge

Personnel injury

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Existing control measures


testing of main engine and
steering gear, well before
entering in heavy traffic areas.
b. Ensure close monitoring of
navigation and traffic information
and establish contact with VTS (if
available) or Port Control.
c. Approach/depart with minimum
(safe) speed consistent with
adequate steering control.
d. Anchor Party stand-by.
e. Maintain Bridge Watch Condition
2 and Engine Room Stand-by
condition.
a. Agree with the barge Master
approaching procedures and
monitor implementation.
Suspend operation if you
observe deviation from what has
been agreed or if in doubt or if
conditions have been changed.
b. Check that barge fenders have
been rigged in proper position.
c. Ensure continuous
communication with barge
Master during approaching.
d. Poster N-001b will be reviewed
and implemented.
Agree with the barge Master
approaching procedures and monitor
implementation. Suspend operation if
you observe deviation from what has
been agreed or if in doubt or if
conditions have been changed.
Check that barge fenders have been
rigged in proper position.
Ensure continuous communication
with barge Master during approaching.
The Officer in Charge should inspect
visually and verify the proper condition
of the barges mooring lines, if used.
If barge mooring lines are not in an
acceptable condition, then additional
ships mooring lines to be used.
Proper and safe access should be
provided to barge personnel using
either accommodation ladder or
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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

7.

Substandard bunker hoses/connections

Pollution

8.

Lack of training/familiarization of crane operator

Personnel injury

9.

Adverse weather/environmental conditions

Personnel injury,
Property damage

10. Bunker Tank overflow

11.

Inadequate maintenance condition of the bunker


line

12. Inadequate ship/barge co-operation/co-ordination


/communication

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Pollution

Pollution

Delays, Property
damage, Pollution

Existing control measures


personnel transfer basket. Ensure use
of personnel safety gear.
Ensure that the bunker hoses to be
used are certified and tested.
Check visually the proper condition of
the barges hoses and flanges prior to
commencement of transfer.
Form E-009 willl be reviewed and
implemented.
The Bosun should be the hosehandling crane operator provided that
he has been prior familiarized to its
use and authorized for that purpose.
Permit Pre-crane permit P-010
Local weather forecast should be
closely monitored and operation
aborted if required.
Additional mooring lines should be
used, if deemed necessary.
Verify that the bunker tanks high level
alarms are operational.
Ensure that an effective bunkering
plan has been developed and
reviewed by the involved personnel
and that the Bunkering Safety Check
List E-009 has been properly
completed and signed.
The bunker tank level should be
monitored frequently and in
accordance with the time periods set
in the bunkering plan and bunkering
safety checklist.
The bunker pipeline line up should be
verified by two persons (including the
Chief Engineer).
During start up and at frequent time
periods thereafter, the in-use bunker
pipeline should be inspected to ensure
that there are no leakages.
It should be ensured that an annual
bunker pipeline pressure test has
been carried out in accordance with
the companys procedures.
Effective ship/barge communication
should be established prior to
commencement of the operation and
tested at frequent intervals during the
operation.
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Risk Assessment
Risk Identification

No

Hazard

Risk Analysis
Potential
hazardous event

13. Bunkers with H2S /Benzene content

Fire / Explosion

14. Flammability of the bunker tank vapour space

Fire / Explosion

15. Manual handling

Personnel Injury

16. Inadequate draining of bunker hose

Pollution

Initial risk
evaluation

Existing control measures

Before the bunkering operation


commences, the Chief Engineer
should agree with the barge Master in
writing on the handling procedures
including the maximum transfer rates
and on the action to be taken in the
event of an emergency during transfer
operations. The Bunkering Safety
Check List should be properly
completed and signed.
Bunker fuel tanks should be monitored
for H2S content prior to, during and
after bunkering. If H2S has been
detected, the procedures for Handling
Bunkers Containing H2S set out in
ISGOTT section 2.3.6.4/ SMS
7.10.12.15 (H2S) & 7.10.12.12
(Benzene) & Safety Bulletin
no.03/2010 should be followed.
MSDS for bunkers lifted should be
requested and be available onboard
prior to commencement of the
bunkering. Personnel on deck will
carry H2S detectors.
Ullaging, dipping and sampling
procedures must follow the
recommendations given in ISGOTT
section 11.8.
During disconnection of the hose,
attention should be given to avoid
hand injury due to a sudden tension of
the hose. Proper use of PPE as per
matrix.
Prior to disconnection it should be
ensured that the hose has been
properly drained (either by air blow or
vaccum).

Note F: Frequency, C: Consequence, R: Risk

Notes: (1) This Form should be filed onboard in File M27 & E5.

Risk Treatment
Hazard
No.

Additional Risk Control Measures

Residual risk
evaluation
Responsible

*Action
Timeline

Note F: Frequency, C: Consequence, R: Risk


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Contingency plans (to facilitate safe management and recovery of the situation in case of any unplanned occurrences)
Emergency case
Contingency Plans
Pollution
SMS/Ch. 8
Oil spill
SOPEP
Risk Assessment reviewed/approved by:
Name

Rank / Title

Signature

Date

Please enter below the persons who will be


involved in the job:

Remarks:
*Action timeline : Ensure the close out of the preventive actions prior to commencement of work.
Verification (Master and the Officer in Charge) that all control measure are fully implemented prior work commencing.
Name
Rank / Title
Signature
Date
Office verification reviewed/approved by:
Name

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Rank / Title

Signature

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Date

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