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CONTENTS

1 PROJECT OVERVIEW 3

2 SCOPE AND PURPOSE 4

3 DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS 5

4 DOCUMENTENT UPDATING AND DISTRIBUTION 8

5 ROLES AND RESPONSABILITIES 9


5.1 Contractor Project Manager (PM) 9
5.2 Contractor Project Manager for Construction (PM-C) 9
5.3 Contractor Construction Manager (CM) 9
5.4 Contractor Commissioning Manager (COM) 9
5.5 Contractor Project HSE Manager (PHSEM) 9
5.6 Contractor Field HSE Manager (FHSEM) 10
5.7 Vendors Representatives 10
5.8 Subcontractors Representatives 10

ANNEX 1: HSE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBCONTRACTORS

ANNEX 2: HSE REQUIREMENTS FOR VENDORS

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1 PROJECT OVERVIEW
Saudi Aramcos latest Crude Program calls for increasing the production from Khurais, Mazalij
and Abu Jifan fields to 1,500 MBCD starting in 2017.

The scope of the Khurais AL Crude Increment Project therefore includes facilities at Khurais
CPF to process an additional 300 MBCD of AL crude oil from Khurais field, as well as new
satellite facilities to reinstate production of 200 MBCD from the Abu Jifan and Mazalij fields.

Presently the facilities at Khurais Central Processing Facility (CPF), which is designed to
produce 1,200 MBCD of AL crude oil, consist of four crude trains, two gas trains, WOSEP,
water injection facilities, heat recovery steam generation, water disposal facilities, crude storage
and shipping facilities.

The crude is pumped through a 48-inch pipeline to existing East/West AY-1L pipeline.

The conditioned sour gas is shipped through a 38-inch pipeline to Shedgum Gas Plant for
further processing.

The NGL is shipped through a 16-inch pipeline to existing East/ West SHY-1 pipeline. It is
proposed to install a fifth crude train at Khurais CPF to process an additional 300 MBCD of AL
crude oil.

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2 SCOPE AND PURPOSE


The purpose of the Project HSE requirements for Subcontractors & Vendors document is to
define the Subcontractors/Vendors obligations concerning the Health, Safety and Environmental
(HSE) during the execution of the Project.

All Saudi Aramco Regulations shall be complied with including, Contractor Administrative
Requirements and Work Site Safety Manual.

This document collects the HSE requirements for Subcontractor and Vendors addressed in
detail in various Company and Contractor Guidelines and Specifications; and shall not release
Subcontractor/Vendor from its obligation of full compliance with the HSE Requirements
established in the Contract.

The Project HSE Requirements for Subcontractors & Vendors is to be considered a living
document and shall be updated by Contractor any time, additional requirements regarding
Health, Safety and Environment control may arise during the Project Execution.

The present Project HSE requirements for Subcontractors & Vendors:

is prepared in accordance with Client, National and International Laws and Regulations,
Project Contractual Requirements and Contractor Document System

is applied to all the Contractors Subcontractors/Vendors which perform activities related


with the Project.

Subcontractors/Vendors are responsible to comply to this Document and its annexes, during the
entire execution of the Project ensuring and documenting that the HSE standards required by
this document and the Contractual documents cited therein are achieved.

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3 DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS


COMPANY SAUDI ARABIAN OIL COMPANY (SAUDI ARAMCO) (IK)
ARAMCO OVERSEAS COMPANY B.V. (OOK)

KHURAIS AREA FACILITIES EXPANSIONS & SATELLITE GOSP


CONTRACT CONTRACT NO. 6600033894 (OOK)
CONTRACT NO. 6600033895 (IK)
effective since 14/10/2014 (Effective Date)

CONTRACTOR SNAMPROGETTI SAUDI ARABIA CO. LTD. (IK)


SAIPEM S.p.A. (OOK)
PROJECT KHURAIS FACILITIES EXPANSION & SATELLITE GOSP

CM CONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

CSAR CONTRACTOR SAFETY ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

CSM SAUDI ARAMCO CONSTRUCTION SAFETY MANUAL

CSSP CONTRACTOR SITE SAFETY PROGRAM

DS CONTRACTOR DISCIPLINE SUPERINTENDENT

EC CONTRACTOR ENVIRONMENTAL COORDINATOR

EE CONTRACTOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER

EIA CONTRACTOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

EMP ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

EMS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

FHSEM CONTRACTOR FIELD HSE MANAGER

GI GENERAL INSTRUCTION

HSE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND ENVIRONMENT

HSE MS HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

KPI KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

LOSPE LOSS PREVENTION AND ENVIRONMENT

LOTO LOCK OUT TAG OUT

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LTI LOST TIME INJURY

LWD LOST WORKED DAYS

MERP MEDICAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

MMSR MINIMUM MEDICAL STANDARDS REQUIREMENTS

MOWE MINISTRY OF WATER & ELECTRICITY

MVA MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

MVA MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

PD PROJECT DIRECTOR

PD CONTRACTOR PROJECT DIRECTOR

PHSEM PROJECT HSE MANAGER

PROJECT HSE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBCONTRACTORS AND


PHSERFSV
VENDORS

PLL PROJECT LOSS PREVENTION & ENVIRONMENT LEADER

PM PROJECT MANAGER

PM-C CONTRACTOR PROJECT MANAGER FOR CONSTRUCTION

PME PRESIDENCY OF METEOROLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT

PMV PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF VEHICLES

RA RISK ASSESSMENT

SA SAUDI ARAMCO

SAEP SAUDI ARAMCO ENGINEERING PROCEDURE

SAES SAUDI ARAMCO ENGINEERING STANDARDS

SAFETY AND FIRE PROTECTION DIRECTIVES FOR INDUSTRIAL


SAF
FACILITIES

SAG SAUDI ARABIAN GOVERNMENT

SAPO SAUDI ARAMCO PROPONENT ORGANIZATION

SASC SAUDI ARAMCO SANITARY CODE

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SE CONTRACTOR SAFETY ENGINEER

SH&E SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT

SIMOPS SIMULTANEOUS OPERATIONS

SUBCONTRACTOR ALL THE POSSIBLE SUBCONTRACTED COMPANIES INCLUDED


VENDORS, WHEN VENDORS ENTER IN THE CONSTRUCTION SITE

TRI TOTAL RECORDABLE INCIDENTS

VENDOR ALL THE POSSIBLE SUPPLIERS FROM THE PROJECT APPROVED


SUPPLIERS LIST CONTACTED BEFORE THE ORDER IS PLACED.
ONCE THE ORDER IS PLACED, THE SELECTED SUPPLIER.
WHEN VENDOR ENTER IN THE CONSTRUCTION SITE, SEE ALSO
THE DEFINITION SUBCONTRACTOR.

WAH WORK AT HEIGHT

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4 DOCUMENTENT UPDATING AND DISTRIBUTION


To ensure its accuracy and consistency, this document will be readily updated and maintained
whenever the responsibilities of people involved or the specific scope of work will change.

All revision to this document will be done by Contractor Project HSE Manager (PHSEM) and
signed by Contractor Project Manager (PM) for final issue.

The distribution of this document is under the direct responsibility of Contractor Project HSE
Manager.

The PHSERFSV shall be distributed to (if presents):

Contractor Project Director (PD)

Contractor Project Manager (PM);

Contractor Construction Project Manager (PM-C);

Contractor Commissioning Manager (COM);

Contractor Project HSE Manager (PHSEM);

Contractor Field HSE Manager (FHSEM);

Subcontractors

Vendors

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5 ROLES AND RESPONSABILITIES


Contractor, Subcontractors and Vendors personnel are responsible for operate in compliance
with the requirements of this document accordingly to their assignment during the execution of
the Project.

5.1 Contractor Project Manager (PM)

The Contractor Project Manager, reporting to the PD:

approves the PHSERFSV and is responsible for its issue and implementation
throughout the entire duration of the Project.

5.2 Contractor Project Manager for Construction (PM-C)

Assures the Subcontractor's implementation of the PHSERFSV throughout the


Construction and Commissioning phase of the Project.

When Vendors enter in the construction site, PM-C assures the Vendor's implementation
of the PHSERFSV throughout the Construction and Commissioning phase of the Project.

5.3 Contractor Construction Manager (CM)

Monitors and supervises the Subcontractor's implementation of the PHSERFSV


throughout the Construction phase of the Project.

When Vendors enter in the construction site, CM monitors and supervises the Vendors
implementation of the PHSERFSV throughout the Construction phase of the Project.

5.4 Contractor Commissioning Manager (COM)

Monitors and supervises the Subcontractor's implementation of the PHSERFSV


throughout the Commissioning phase of the Project.

When Vendors enter in the construction site, COM monitors and supervises the
Subcontractor's implementation of the PHSERFSV throughout the Commissioning phase
of the Project.

5.5 Contractor Project HSE Manager (PHSEM)

The Contractor Project HSE Manager:

is responsible for circulation and updating of this document, and

verifies the correct implementation of the contents through dedicated HSE Reviews.

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5.6 Contractor Field HSE Manager (FHSEM)

The Contractor Field HSE Manager:

Keep monitored the correct implementation of the contents through daily checks on field

5.7 Vendors Representatives

Vendors shall:

provide competent HSE staff and resources to manage risks;

comply with all Saudi Arabia Safety Health, Safety and Environmental protection laws,
regulations and applicable codes;

embrace the Project HSE Plans and comply with Project HSE requirements;

fully cooperate with PHSEM (Contractors Office);

provide any relevant information that Contractor may need to perform its HSE activities;

undertake all preventive and protective measures considered necessary to comply with
HSE requirements;

incorporate all the HSE standards, regulations, specifications and any relevant project
document in their designs. In case of any conflicts, Vendors shall notify the Contractor for
resolution.

WHEN VENDORS enter in the construction site, Vendors shall also:

follow the requirements set in Annex 1: HSE Requirements For Subcontractors

follow the requirements set in the paragraph 5.8 Subcontractors Representatives

5.8 Subcontractors Representatives

Subcontractor has the responsibility for each HSE aspect during their operations including the
operation eventually carried out by their own subcontractors.

Subcontractors are also, but not limited, responsible of:

Ensure the implementation of this document during all the phases of the works they are
assigned.

Ensure that the contents and requirements of this document are cascaded to their
subcontractors and so forth.

The transmission of this document, in the absence of their immediate observations, will
constitute tacit acceptance thereof by the subcontractor/supplier/vendor

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The general HSE requirements that SUBCONTRACTOR must comply with are the following, but
not limited to:

The SUBCONTRACTOR must have in place and apply its own HSE Policy that
demonstrates its commitment to Health, Safety and Environment within all its business
activities and subcontracted scope of work. This policy statement has to be signed by a
Senior Executive. There should be, as well, methods by which the HSE Policy is drawn to
the attention of all employees.

The SUBCONTRACTOR must have in place and apply its own HSE Management System
for the specific subcontracted activities, which should describe the elements, principles
and objectives used in implementing its own HSE Policy. These elements must represent
good management practices for complying with the applicable national and international
legislation and CONTRACTOR requirements. The implementation of the HSE Policy must
be a line management responsibility, with the active participation and commitment of all
levels of management and supervision. The SUBCONTRACTOR HSE Management
System should include, as well, audits of HSE related aspects and shall be aligned with
Contractor HSE Management System.

The SUBCONTRACTOR is contractually obliged to observe and comply with all currents
applicable legislative requirements and guidance concerning the HSE and Welfare of
personnel.

The SUBCONTRACTOR must make obvious he promotes a high safety level and has in
place proper systems for planning, implementation, maintenance and improvement of
HSE issues. Also, the SUBCONTRACTOR shall operate with the highest regard of the
health and safety of its own personnel and ensure that its activities do not endanger the
safety of neither site personnel nor local communities.

The SUBCONTRACTOR is responsible, through its own organization, to implement the


necessary safety regulations and measures required, so as to carry out safely the work
assigned by CONTRACTOR and to prevent any accident or incident that may endanger
the safety of the personnel or may produce damage to property or to the environment.
The SUBCONTRACTOR shall allocate sufficient and qualified HSE resources to satisfy
its obligations under the HSE Requirements of this Work Instruction. Resources allocation
shall be reviewed periodically by the COMPANY to ensure HSE Requirements can be
met.

The SUBCONTRACTOR shall provide for its employees all equipment and devices
required for carrying out the work (suitable for the working environment in question), as
well as all the necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Such equipment and
devices will be maintained in good condition or replaced when damaged and will be worn
as indicated by notices, instructions and good oil field practices. Protective clothing and
equipment will be kept available on work-site and provided by SUBCONTRACTOR to their
own visitors (if any).

SUBCONTRACTOR site personnel are responsible for complying with safety procedures
and maintaining general safety awareness. Significant deviations from safe working
practices shall be drawn to the attention of the relevant personnel and, if serious,
immediately reported to the CONTRACTOR Representative.

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Concerning the reporting system, one section of the weekly/monthly progress report shall
be dedicated to HSE aspects, for instance, statement of damages and/or injuries (if any)
suffered by people, occupational health diseases, statement of the Safety Meetings
results, communications on HSE and other problems related to these aspects raised while
carrying out the activities. Every accident and/or injury involving the SUBCONTRACTORs
personnel and/or means or equipment shall be reported to the Authorities and Bodies
foreseen in current legislation, as well as to CONTRACTOR Representative, by the more
appropriate means. Also, CONTRACTOR must be informed about the accident or
incident immediately, while the investigation report shall be sent to CONTRACTOR not
later than 24 hours after the incident or injury. Moreover, SUBCONTRACTOR shall inform
CONTRACTOR by the quickest and most expedient method available of any signs which
might indicate a dangerous situation for the personnel present on the worksite, the
environment, CONTRACTORs property and shall take immediately all measures
consistent with standards, oilfield practices and/or in accordance with HSE Applicable
Laws.

The SUBCONTRACTOR must comply with CONTRACTOR "Permit To Work System for
works and operations that have been identified as potentially hazardous (for instance: hot
works, simultaneous operations, mechanical and electrical isolations, lockout/tag-out,
excavations, entry into confined spaces, radio-active and flammable materials handling,
works that can generate sparks or other source of ignition, etc.). No work involving these
activities shall be allowed, unless it has been duly authorized, because the careful and
proper use of work permits and conformity to specific related procedures, before, during
and after the works, may raise the level of safety and prevent many accidents. Moreover,
all the works, being under incidence of "Permit To Work System, shall have to be carried
out solely by adequately trained and qualified personnel.

If requested, the SUBCONTRACTOR shall provide proof of compliance with labor, health
insurance and social security applicable laws and regulations. All documents foreseen by
law, related to the prevention of injuries, shall be at site and available to Control
Authorities and CONTRACTOR.

CONTRACTOR reserves the right to conduct HSE Audits on SUBCONTRACTORs


equipment and working procedures at any time, upon previous notification given
sufficiently in advance. At the time of such audits of the HSE System, the
SUBCONTRACTOR will provide to CONTRACTOR any assistance necessary to allow
checking of the used organizational HSE Procedures, their efficiency and adequacy to
work methods, machinery, equipment and legal regulations.

The SUBCONTRACTOR shall ensure that all relevant information concerning HSE issues
with respect to the performance of the services are properly handed over from shift to shift
and at the time of the periodical reliefs of SUBCONTRACTOR Representative and
formally recorded.

All SUBCONTRACTORs own equipment used within CONTRACTOR site will be tested
and certified and compliant with the applicable legislation. Use of equipment without
proper certification (if required) will not be permitted.

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During the working period, a Safety Meeting shall be held at the CONTRACTOR's Office
on a periodical basis, to discuss the HSE aspects related to work performance. The
meeting shall be attended by all the SUBCONTRACTORs Key Personnel.

As part of HSE Risk Assessment the SUBCONTRACTOR shall perform, and submit to
CONTRACTOR, the Health Risk Assessment for the service it is supposed to perform.

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ANNEX 1

HSE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBCONTRACTORS

Contract No. 6600033894 OOK / 6600033895 IK

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CONTENTS

1 SCOPE AND PURPOSE 7

2 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 8
2.1 Laws And Regulation 8
2.2 Safety and Fire Protection Directives for Industrial Facilities 8
2.3 Saudi Aramco General Instructions 8
2.4 Saudi Aramco Engineering Standards 9
2.5 Saudi Aramco Sanitary Code 9
2.6 Contractors Project Documents 9
2.7 International Standards and Guidelines 9

3 HSE GOVERNANCE 11
3.1 General Premises About The HSE Management System 11
3.2 HSE Policies And Objectives 12
3.2.1 HSE Policy 12
3.3 HSE Organization, Functions And Responsibilities 15
3.4 Contractor LiHS Program 16

4 SAFETY 17
4.1 HSE Plan 17
4.2 Construction / Precommissioning Safety Manual 17
4.3 HSE Procedures 18
4.4 A Coordination Safety Procedures 18
4.4.1 A01 Accident Investigation reporting and Follow-
up 18
4.4.2 A03 Competent Persons Designation Form 19
4.4.3 A04 Disciplinary Actions 19
4.4.4 A05 Hazardous substances 19
4.4.5 A06 Heat Stress Prevention 19
4.4.6 A08 Inspection Program 20
4.4.7 A09 Job Hazard Analysis 20

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4.4.8 A11 Management Safety Walk 20


4.4.9 A12 Night work control 20
4.4.10 A13 Office Safety 20
4.4.11 A14 Permit to Work System 20
4.4.12 A15 Personal Protective Equipment 21
4.4.13 A16 Preventive maintenance Program 21
4.4.14 A17 Safety Observation Program 21
4.4.15 A18 HSE Signs 21
4.4.16 A19 Colour Coding Procedure 21
4.4.17 A 20 HSE training program 21
4.5 B General Safety Procedures 22
4.5.1 B01 Confined Space 22
4.5.2 B02 Control and Use of Plant Equipment 22
4.5.3 B03 Dust Control 22
4.5.4 B04 Excavation 22
4.5.5 B05 Fall Prevention & Protection Program 23
4.5.6 B06 Fire Prevention and Protection 23
4.5.7 B07 Gas Cylinders storage, transportation and
use 23
4.5.8 B08 Grinding works 23
4.5.9 B10 Handling radioactive source for x-ray 24
4.5.10 B11 Housekeeping 24
4.5.11 B12 Hydro testing 24
4.5.12 B13 Lifting Operation 25
4.5.13 B14 Lighting for Construction works 25
4.5.14 B15 Manual Handling 25
4.5.15 B17 Painting Works 25
4.5.16 B18 Pneumatic test 26
4.5.17 B19 Portable tools 26
4.5.18 B20 Safe Transportation 26
4.5.19 B21 Scaffolding 26
4.5.20 B22 Site Preparation 26
4.5.21 B23 Temporary electrics 27

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4.5.22 B24 Welding Operations 27


4.5.23 Special Criteria and Requirements for Working At
Height 27
4.6 Risk Assessment And Job Safety Analysis 27
4.6.1 Risk Assessment 27
4.6.2 Job Safety Analysis 28
4.7 Permit To Work System 28
4.8 Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) 29
4.9 Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) 29
4.10 Machineries, Equipment and Tools 30
4.10.1 Construction Tools And Equipment 30
4.10.2 Colour code System 31
4.11 HSE Signs 31
4.12 Proximity Warning System 32
4.13 Exposure to Hazardous Materials / Chemical Agents 35
4.14 Fire Prevention 36

5 HEALTH 36
5.1 Health Risk Assessment 37
5.2 Medical Fitness Examination 37
5.3 Medical Service Organization 39
5.3.1 First Aid and Medical Facilities 39
5.3.2 Medical Equipment and Medical Supplies
Requirements 40
5.3.3 Ambulance 40
5.4 Medical Emergency Response Plan (MERP) 41
5.5 Emergency Response And Management Plan 41

6 ENVIRONMENT 43
6.1 General Requirements 43
6.2 Waste and Waste water management 45
6.3 Spill Prevention and Response 45
6.4 Air emissions and controls 46
6.4.1 Dust emissions: 46

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6.4.2 Emissions from vehicles: 46


6.5 Noise Emissions 47

7 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS 48
7.1 Induction Training 48
7.2 Subcontractor Training Program 49
7.3 Subcontractor training facilities and training personnel 49
7.4 Other Reinforcing Initiatives 50

8 COMPLEMENTARY AND TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES 51


8.1 HSE Statistics 51
8.1.1 Weekly and Monthly Report 51
8.1.2 Environmental Report 52
8.1.3 Incident Management and Reporting. 53
8.2 Audit And Review 54
8.3 HSE Meetings And Communications Means 55
8.3.1 Monthly HSE Committee Meetings (or Monthly
Steering Committee Meeting); 55
8.3.2 Weekly HSE Meetings; 55
8.3.3 Weekly Workforce Tool Box Talks (TBT); 55
8.3.4 Daily Pre-Job HSE Meetings; 55
8.4 Incentive Program, Disciplinary Actions And HSE
Ceremonies 56
8.5 Smoking dedicated areas 56
8.6 Transportation 57
8.7 Driving Risks 58
8.8 Vehicles Site Access 58
8.9 Housekeeping 58
8.10 Construction and use of buildings and temporary facilities 59
8.11 Ventilation and Temperature 59
8.12 Lighting and Electrical Equipment 59
8.13 Sanitary Conveniences and Food distribution premises 60
8.14 Food Handling and Quality 60
8.15 Water Supply 60

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8.16 Waste Segregation, Storage and Disposal 61


8.17 Sewer Disposal 61
8.18 Pest and Insect Control 61
8.19 Fire prevention in accommodation facilities. 61

9 ATTACHMENT 1 TRAINING MATRIX 62

10 ATTACHMENT 2 HSE DOCUMENTS TO BE PROVIDED DURING THE


BIDDING PHASE 63
10.1 HSE Governance 63
10.2 Health and Safety Management 63
10.3 Health and Safety Past Performances 64
10.4 Environmental Management 64

11 ATTACHMENT 3 HSE DOCUMENTS TO BE PROVIDED WITHIN 30


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1 SCOPE AND PURPOSE


The scope of this Annex is to define the obligations of Subcontractors concerning the Health,
Safety and Environment related matters that are to be implemented during the performance of
all construction, subcontracted activities for the Project, so as to ensure and document that work
subcontracted by Contractor achieves the required Standards and Level of Quality.

This document collects the HSE requirements for Subcontractors addressed in detail in various
Company and Contractor Guidelines and Specifications; and shall not release Subcontractors
from his obligation of full compliance with the HSE Requirements established in the Contract.

As a general requirement, Subcontractors shall be familiar with Project HSE Requirements and
with all HSE Procedures developed by Company and Contractor during the execution of the
Work.

The Project HSE Requirements for Subcontractors is to be considered a living document and
shall be updated by Contractor any time, additional requirements regarding Health, Safety and
Environment control may arise during the Project Execution.

The present Project HSE requirements for subcontractors:

is prepared in accordance with Client, National and International Laws and Regulations,
Project Contractual Requirements and Contractor Document System.

is applied to all the Contractors Subcontractors which perform activities related with the
Project.

Subcontractors are responsible to comply to this Document and its annexs, during the entire
execution of the Project ensuring and documenting that subcontracted works achieve the HSE
standards required by this document and the Contractual documents cited therein.

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2 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Subcontractor is responsible to comply with all applicable Client and National laws and
regulations throughout the performance of the Contract.

Furthermore, they are also responsible for the compliance with all the applicable HSE
Regulations and Requirements contained in the following, but not limited, reference documents.

2.1 Laws And Regulation

[1] Saudi Arabia - Labor Law, Royal Decree M51 of 2005


[2] The Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME - 2012) Regulations;
[3] Royal Commission Environmental Regulations,
[4] Ministry of Water & Electricity (MOWE) standards

2.2 Safety and Fire Protection Directives for Industrial Facilities

[5] SAF-01 26-mag-10 Application Of Safety And Fire Protection Directives


[6] SAF-02 26-mag-10 Environmental, Health And Safety (EHS) Management
[7] SAF-03 26-mag-10 Plant Buildings
[8] SAF-04 26-mag-10 Fire Protection Systems
[9] SAF-05 26-mag-10 Industrial Drainage
[10] SAF-06 26-mag-10 Plant Layout, Spacing And Access
[11] SAF-08 26-mag-10 Storage Tanks And Storage Vessels
[12] SAF-09 26-mag-10 Fireproofing In Plants
[13] SAF-10 26-mag-10 Pressure Piping, Pressure Vessels & Transportation Pipelines
[14] SAF-11 26-mag-10 Emergency Shutdown, Isolation And Depressuring
[15] SAF-12 26-mag-10 Electrical Safety
[16] SAF-13 26-mag-10 Work Permits
[17] SAF-17 26-mag-10 Offshore Production Facilities
[18] SAF-20 26-mag-10 Pre-Incident Planning And Management Of Emergencies
[19] SAF-21 26-mag-10 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
[20] SAF-22 26-mag-10 Portable Electric And Electronic Devices

2.3 Saudi Aramco General Instructions

[21] GI 2.100 Work Permit System


[22] GI 2.102 Pressure Testing Safely
[23] GI 2.709 Gas Testing Procedure
[24] GI 2.721 Electrical Arc Flash Hazard Mitigation
[25] GI 6.007 Reporting of Contractor On-Job Injuries/Occupational Illnesses
[26] GI 6.012 Isolation, Lockout and Use of Hold Tags
[27] GI 6.025 Control of Remote Area Travel and Search/Rescue Procedures
[28] GI 6.030 Traffic and Vehicle Safety
[29] GI 7.025 Heavy Equipment Operator Testing and Certification
[30] GI 7.026 Crane and Heavy Equipment Incident Reporting Procedures
[31] GI 7.027 Crane Suspended Personnel Platform (Manbasket) Operations
[32] GI 7.028 Crane Lifts: Types and Procedures
[33] GI 7.029 Rigging Hardware Requirements

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[34] GI 7.030 Inspection and Testing Requirements for Elevating/Lifting Equipment


[35] GI 7.031 Heavy Equipment Services
[36] GI 8.001 Safety Requirements for Scaffolds
[37] GI 150.002 Basic Life Support (BLS) Heartsaver Automated External Defibrillator (AED) / Standard
First Aid (SFA) and First Aid Kit
[38] GI 151.006 Implementing the Saudi Aramco Sanitary Code
[39] GI 298.010 Administration Procedure of Contractor Camps/Parks and Construction Camps
[40] GI 430.001 Waste Management
[41] GI 1021.000 Street and Road Closure: Excavations Reinstatement and Traffic Controls
[42] GI 1781.001 Inspection Testing and Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment

2.4 Saudi Aramco Engineering Standards

[1] SAES-B-014 Safety Requirements for Plant and Operations Support Buildings
[2] SAES-B-017 Fire Water System Design
[3] SAES-B-019 Portable, Mobile and Special Fixed Firefighting Equipment
[4] SAES-M-006 Saudi Aramco Security and General Purpose Fencing
[5] SAES-M-100 Saudi Aramco Building Code
[6] Guide Number 07-005-2012 Application of Saudi Aramco Building Code to Contractor Camp and
Project Support Buildings
[7] SAES-P-123 Lighting
[8] SA Construction Safety Manual (CSM)
[9] SA Medical Minimum Standards Requirements Manual (MMSR Manual)
[10] SA Safety Handbook, Minimum Safety Rules

2.5 Saudi Aramco Sanitary Code

[11] SASC-S-010 Water


[12] SASC-S-020 Sanitary Waste Water And Sewage Systems
[13] SASC-S-030 Solid Waste Management
[14] SASC-S-040 Food Establishments
[15] SASC-S-070 Camps and Communal Living Facilities

2.6 Contractors Project Documents

[1] 009070 GENERAL HSE PLAN


[2] 009700 CONTRACTOR SITE SAFETY PROGRAM (CSSP)
[3] 009703 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
[4] 009707 HEALTH PLAN
[5] 009712 PROJECT HSE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBCONTRACTORS AND VENDORS
[6] 085002 WASTE AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN
[7] 085004 POLLUTION CONTINGENCY PLAN
[8] 085017 SITE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
[9] 085019 MEDICAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN (MERP)
[10] 085020 HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT

2.7 International Standards and Guidelines

[1] International UNI EN ISO 14001-2004 - Environmental Management System Requirements with
guidance for use;

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[2] BS OHSAS 18001-2007: Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Requirements;

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3 HSE GOVERNANCE

3.1 General Premises About The HSE Management System

The Subcontractor must have in place and apply its own HSE Management System for the
specific subcontracted activities, which should describe the elements, principles and objectives
used in implementing its own HSE Policy.

These elements must represent good management practices for complying with the applicable
national and international legislation and Contractor requirements.

Any applicable legal requirements, the Project HSE Plans, Project HSE Manuals, HSE
Procedures and any other Client and Contractor Project HSE documents, are the minimum
requirements Subcontractor shall embrace and comply with, or exceed, during the execution of
the Work and the development of its own Subcontractors specific Project HSE Management
System.

The Subcontractor is required to submit the documents to prove the existence of an adequate its
own HSE MS to Contractor, for review, comment and approval, within 30 days upon contract
award

Detail of the delivery timing of each document/activity will be specified in Attachment 2 and
Attachment 3.

Only following Contractor final approval, Subcontractor will implement their own documents on
the Work site.

It is expected that the Subcontractor review and update all HSE Documents throughout the
duration of the Work in response to ensure all reasonably and foreseeable HSE risks and
exposure are proactively identified, assessed and appropriately managed.

Contractor reserves the right at all time to conduct HSE audits (at any time, upon previous
notification given sufficiently in advance) and inspections in order to review Subcontractors
facilities, equipment, services, procedures and/or performance of its activities.

At the time of such audits of the HSE System, the Subcontractor will provide to Contractor any
assistance necessary to allow checking of the used organizational HSE procedures, their
efficiency and adequacy to work methods, machinery, equipment and legal regulations.

Contractor representative shall have the right to stop the Work if they witness or identify any
unsafe practices by Subcontractor as described in the Stop Work Policy

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3.2 HSE Policies And Objectives

3.2.1 HSE Policy


The Subcontractor must have in place and apply its own HSE Policy that demonstrates its
commitment to Health, Safety and Environment within all its business activities and
subcontracted scope of work.

The implementation of the HSE Policy must be a line management responsibility, with the active
participation and commitment of all levels of management and supervision.

This policy statement has to be signed by a senior executive.

Contractor and Subcontractors objective is to complete the construction works achieving the
HSE target defined for the project.

Further, Contractor aims at continuously minimizing any environmental impact that may be
related to its work, including resources and material consumption as well as waste production.

The above aspirations shall be extended to all personnel involved in the work.

There should be, as well, methods by which the HSE Policy is drawn to the attention of all
employees.

Subcontractor shall also comply with the Contractor HSE Policy and the requirements given in
this document.

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Subcontractors shall develop and submit, as part of the HSE Management System, their own
HSE Policies related to the following areas:

Smoking Policy

Stop Work Policy

Driving Policy

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3.3 HSE Organization, Functions And Responsibilities

A clear identification of roles and responsibilities of the key Positions involved in the Projects
Subcontractor HSE organization must be submitted to the Contractor for approval prior the work
commence and kept constantly updated and available for consultation during all the duration of
the works.

Subcontractor shall provide sufficient and appropriate manpower and supervision in his
organization, with clear responsibilities and reporting structure to ensure that HSE performance
is not compromised. As a minimum Subcontractors should consider the follow position:

FHSEM

Training Coordinator

Environmental Coordinator

Safety Coordinator

Health Representative

For this purpose Subcontractor shall provide to Contractor a mobilization plan which specifies
how Subcontractor proposes to have the appropriate resources on-site or in place prior to
schedule start date.

Minimum ratio of safety trained professionals to construction manpower shall be:

1:50 for work in new/remote construction area*

* If the Subcontractor pass with reserve the prequalification process,

The minimum ratio can be increased till 1:40.

In case Subcontractor will fail to meet the above mentioned requirement, Contractor will
provide the necessary HSE personnel. The costs sustained by Contractor will be charged
to Subcontractor increased of administrative burdens.

Subcontractor will always appoint an HSE Manager for the intended job.

The number of HSE professional shall be increased if required by the specific characteristics of
the performed activities (e.g. crews which works in isolated areas)

The Subcontractor is responsible, as well, for the appropriate selection of personnel who are
suitable for the work.

For this purpose, Subcontractor shall formally ensure for its HSE personnel:

the level of competence

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Subcontractors HSE organization and HSE personnel resumes shall be subject to


Contractor review and approval.

HSE Supervisors shall have formal safety/engineering education, appropriate


certifications and minimum 5 years experience in the O&G / Construction Industry

HSE Manager shall have formal safety/engineering education, appropriate certifications


and minimum 10 years experience in the O&G / Construction Industry

possession of the certification/qualification required for them duties by local laws

The Subcontractor is contractually obliged to observe and comply with all currents applicable
legislative requirements and guidelines concerning the HSE and Welfare of personnel.

The Subcontractor shall be responsible for all labor relations matters relating to the Work and
shall at all times use its reasonable efforts and judgment to adopt and implement policies and
practices to avoid any Incidents and/or Accidents, HSE related issue, work stoppage, slowdown,
dispute and strikes;

Whenever Subcontractor desire to work beyond the normal hours of Work (Work Time
extension), Subcontractor shall provide a written request to Contractor for approval

At Contractors request, Subcontractor shall reassign, replace or remove personnel from


performing the Work who, Contractors sole discretion, do not meet the above requirements or
who have committed a violation of the Law or the Policies and Guidelines.

In case Subcontractor will fail to meet the above mentioned requirement, Contractor will
provide the necessary HSE personnel. The costs sustained by Contractor will be charged
to Subcontractor increased of administrative burdens.

3.4 Contractor LiHS Program

Subcontractors shall adhere to the Contractor HSE Behavioural Program Leadership in Health
and Safety Program and implement the required actions within their own Project organization.

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4 SAFETY

4.1 HSE Plan

The Subcontractor shall properly plan and organize own activities and works;

The HSE Plan is a document that describes how the HSE management system is applied during
the execution of the Project.

Subcontractor HSE Plan shall be in compliance with Contractor HSE Plan and address at least
the following, but not limited to:

Reference documents, applicable laws and regulations

OH&S Policies, Objectives and Targets;

OH&S Organization and Responsibilities;

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment methodology including the Health Risk
Assessment;

List of OH&S Procedures applicable to the scope of work.

OH&S Meetings and Communication Methods;

OH&S Induction and Training;

Inspections;

Incident Investigation and Reporting;

OH&S Audit procedures;

Environmental management

Health management

Emergency / Evacuation Procedures;

HSE Management System monitoring, review and improvement.

4.2 Construction / Precommissioning Safety Manual

The construction / precommissioning Safety Manual is a document prepared in order to give


HSE direction and guidance during construction / precommissioning activities through the
definition of

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Roles and Responsibilities of the people involved in the HSE Management System of the
Project.

Requirement that must be ensured during the execution of the activities concerning the
construction / precommissioning phase of the Project.

The Safety Manual:

combined with the HSE Plan, complete the HSE Control and Management of all industrial
and occupational HSE risks during the construction / precommissioning phase of the
Project.

shall be prepared in accordance with Client, National and International Laws and
Regulations, Contractual Requirements of this Project and Contractor Document
System.

shall be prepared according to Contractor Construction Safety Manual and its annexd
Specifications.

Subcontractors are responsible to comply with the Contractor Safety Manual, during the
execution of all the construction / precommissioning phases of the Project.

4.3 HSE Procedures

Specific method statements shall be prepared by Subcontractor in order to implement


Contractor HSE Procedures, managing all the HSE aspects during the execution of the
subcontracted works.

The Subcontractors method statements will be in compliance with or exceeding the requirement
of all relevant legislations and Client specifications including but not limited to:

All International laws and regulations;

Relevant and applicable health, safety, security and environmental Legislation for all
places where Work is performed;

Client policy, procedures and standards;

Contractor and project specific policies and procedures.

At least the following list of coordination safety procedures will be issued and put in place by
Subcontractor independently by the scope of their work.

4.4 A Coordination Safety Procedures

4.4.1 A01 Accident Investigation reporting and Follow-up


The Accident Investigation reporting and follow up procedure shall be in compliance with the
requirements set forth in the following:

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Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Chapter 4.20 Incident Reporting
and Investigation

SA General Instruction GI 6.007 Reporting of Contractor On-Job


Injuries/Occupational Illnesses

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.2 A03 Competent Persons Designation Form


The Competent Persons Designation Form shall be in compliance with the requirements set
forth in the following:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.3 A04 Disciplinary Actions


Disciplinary Actions shall be undertaken according to the requirements set forth in the following:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

SA General Instruction G.I. 6.030 Traffic and Vehicle Safety.

4.4.4 A05 Hazardous substances


Hazardous Substances shall be managed according to:

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Chapter 10 Hazardous


substances

GI 2.709 Gas Testing Procedure

GI 150.001 Asbestos Hazard Management

GI 150.100 Hazardous Materials Communication (HAZCOM) Program

GI 430.001 Waste Management

GI 1780.001 Atmosphere-Supplying Respirators

SAES-B-067, Safety Identification and Safety Colours

SAES-B-069, Emergency Eyewashes and Showers

NFPA 704, Standard System for the Identification of the Hazards of Materials for
Emergency Response

4.4.5 A06 Heat Stress Prevention


A Heat Prevention Program shall be put in place according to:

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Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Chapter 4.17 Heat Stress

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Chapter 13 Heat Stress

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.6 A08 Inspection Program


An inspection program shall be enforced, in compliance with Contractors document:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.7 A09 Job Hazard Analysis


A Job Hazard Analysis shall be submitted for the work to be performed,, in compliance with
document:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Chapter 6 Hazard Identification


Plan

4.4.8 A11 Management Safety Walk


Subcontractor shall adhere to the HSE Safety Walks program described in Contractors
document:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.9 A12 Night work control


Subcontractor shall adhere to the Night Work prescriptions described in Contractors document:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.10 A13 Office Safety


Subcontractor shall adhere to the Office Safety prescriptions described in Contractors
document:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.11 A14 Permit to Work System


Subcontractor shall adhere to the Office Safety prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

GI 2.100, Work Permit System

GI 2.709, Gas Testing Procedure

GI 887.000, Coordination of Saudi Aramco Projects with Non-Saudi Aramco Agencies

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SA Safety Handbook, Minimum Safety Rules

4.4.12 A15 Personal Protective Equipment


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Chapter 3: Personal Protective


Equipment (PPE).

GI 2.721, Electrical Arc Flash Hazard Mitigation

GI 8.002, Safety Spectacles

GI 8.005, Protective (Safety) Footwear

GI 1780.001, Atmosphere-Supplying Respirators

SAES-A-105, Noise Control

4.4.13 A16 Preventive maintenance Program


Subcontractor shall adhere to the Preventive maintenance Program for vehicles as detailed in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.14 A17 Safety Observation Program


Subcontractor shall adhere to the Safety Observation Program as detailed in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.15 A18 HSE Signs


Subcontractor shall use and respect HSE Signs as detailed in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.16 A19 Colour Coding Procedure


Subcontractor shall use and respect HSE Signs as detailed in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.4.17 A 20 HSE training program


Subcontractor shall develop a Training Program as detailed in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Moreover, in accordance with the specific nature of the work assigned to Subcontractor, shell be
also prepared the relevant procedure.

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4.5 B General Safety Procedures

4.5.1 B01 Confined Space


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Chapter 6: Confined Spaces

GI 2.100, Work Permit System

GI 2.709, Gas Testing Procedure

GI 6.008, Restriction of Portable Electrical/Electronic Devices

GI 6.012, Isolation, Lockout and Use of Hold Tags

GI 1780.001, Atmosphere Supplying Respirators

SAES-B-068, Electrical Area Classification

SAES-P-123, Lighting

SA Safety Handbook, Minimum Safety Rules

4.5.2 B02 Control and Use of Plant Equipment


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.5.3 B03 Dust Control


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Chapter 10: Dust Control

4.5.4 B04 Excavation


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 2, Chapter 1: Excavation and
Shoring

GI 2.100, Work Permit System

GI 2.709, Gas Testing Procedure

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SAES-A-111, Borrow Pit Requirements

SAES-A-114, Excavation and Backfill

SA Safety Handbook

4.5.5 B05 Fall Prevention & Protection Program


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part II, section 5: Fall Protection

GI 7.027, Crane Suspended Personnel Platform (Manbasket) Operations

4.5.6 B06 Fire Prevention and Protection


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Section 7: Fire Prevention

GI 6.008, Restriction of Portable Electrical/Electronic Devices

GI 1781.001, Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment

SAES-B-017, Fire Water System Design

SAES-B-019, Portable, Mobile and Special Fixed Firefighting Equipment

SAES-B-067, Safety Identification and Safety Colours

SAES-B-068, Electrical Area Classification

4.5.7 B07 Gas Cylinders storage, transportation and use


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Section 9: Compressed Gas


Cylinders

4.5.8 B08 Grinding works


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part. 1 Section 11: Grinding

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4.5.9 B10 Handling radioactive source for x-ray


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 3, Section 5: Ionizing


Radiation

GI 150.003, Ionizing Radiation Protection

GI 150.005, Ionizing Radiation Protection Requirements for Medical Radiation


Producing Equipment

GI 150.006, Ionizing Radiation Protection Requirements for Analytical X-ray


Equipment

GI 150.007, Ionizing Radiation Protection Handling Unsealed Radioactive Sources and


Contamination Control

SAEP-358, Management of Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring

Radioactive Material (NORM)

SAEP-370, Transportation of Radioactive Material

SAEP-1141, Radiation Protection for Industrial Radiography

4.5.10 B11 Housekeeping


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Chapter 10: Housekeeping and
Site Planning

4.5.11 B12 Hydro testing


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 3, Section 4: Pressure


Testing

GI 2.102, Pressure Testing Safely

GI 2.710, Mechanical Completion and Performance Acceptance of Facilities

GI 430.001, Waste Management

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SAES-A-004, General Requirements for Pressure Testing

SAES-A-007, Hydrostatic Testing Fluids and Lay-Up Procedures

SAES-L-150, Pressure Testing of Plant Piping and Pipelines

4.5.12 B13 Lifting Operation


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 3, Section 7: Cranes and
Lifting Equipment

GI 2.702, Moving Drilling Rigs, High Clearance Equipment/Loads, or Operating


Cranes Under or Near Power-Lines

GI 7.025, Heavy Equipment Operator Testing and Certification

GI 7.026, Cranes and Heavy Equipment Incident Reporting Procedures

GI 7.027, Crane Suspended Personnel Platform (Manbasket) Operations

GI 7.028, Crane Lifts: Types & Procedures

GI 7.029, Rigging Hardware Requirements

GI 7.030, Inspection and Testing Requirements for Elevating/Lifting Equipment

4.5.13 B14 Lighting for Construction works


Adequate lighting shall be provided per SAES-P-123.

4.5.14 B15 Manual Handling


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 1, Section 12: Materials
Handling

4.5.15 B17 Painting Works


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 2, Section 9: Painting and
Coating

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4.5.16 B18 Pneumatic test


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 3, Section 4: Pressure


Testing

GI 2.102, Pressure Testing Safely

SAES-A-004, General Requirements for Pressure Testing

4.5.17 B19 Portable tools


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 1, Section 11: Hand Tools
and Power Tools

4.5.18 B20 Safe Transportation


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 1, Section 1.8: Traffic Safety

GI 6.030, Traffic and Vehicle Safety

4.5.19 B21 Scaffolding


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 2, chapter 2: Scaffolding

GI 8.001, Safety Requirements for Scaffolds

GS 217-1994 (or later), Industrial Safety and Health Regulations Equipment: Scaffolding

OSHA 3150, A Guide to Scaffold Use in the Construction Industry

4.5.20 B22 Site Preparation


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual

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4.5.21 B23 Temporary electrics


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume 2, Part 3, chapter 3: Temporary


Electric Installations

GI 6.012, Isolation, Lockout and Use of Hold Tags

4.5.22 B24 Welding Operations


Subcontractor shall adhere to the prescriptions described in following documents:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume2, Part 2, chapter 11: Cutting,
Welding, Brazing

GI 2.100, Work Permit System

GI 2.709, Gas Testing Procedure

SA Safety Handbook, Minimum Safety Rules

4.5.23 Special Criteria and Requirements for Working At Height


Subcontractor shall chose the right work equipment and prefer collective measures to prevent
falls (such as guard rails and working platforms) before other measures which may only provide
fall-arrest through personal protection equipment, where work at height cannot be avoided.

Proper specific trainings shall be provided by Subcontractor in compliance with Attachment II of


the present specification in order to ensure the correct use of the fall protection devices and the
best practices for working at height.

4.6 Risk Assessment And Job Safety Analysis

4.6.1 Risk Assessment


All the existing risks shall be assessed.

Subcontractors shall submit for Contractor review and comments their Risk Assessments for all
the activities related to their scope of work.

Field HSE Staff shall ensure that the Risk Assessments are always updated by Subcontractor at
site in accordance with the site activities progress

Risk Assessment for the activities to be performed at site will be performed according to the
procedure set forth in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

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4.6.2 Job Safety Analysis


Subcontractor shall realize a Job Safety Analysis before of any activity commence on site. The
JSA shall be integrated with the development and preparation of Construction Method
Statements.

Subcontractor shall organize reviews of JSA with Client and Contractor representatives. No
activity shall be launched on site without reviewed JSA that has been communicated in pre-job
meeting to all workers involved and for which all mitigation measures have been put in place.

JSA for the activities to be performed at site will be performed according to the procedure set
forth in:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

4.7 Permit To Work System

The Subcontractor must comply with Contractor Permit To Work System and/or the
requirement of Client Permit to Work System for works and operations that have been
identified as potentially highly hazardous:

mechanical and electrical isolations, lockout / tag out,

working at height,

excavations,

entry into confined spaces,

radio-active and flammable materials handling,

hot works

etc.

No work involving these activities shall be allowed, unless it has been fully authorized by
Contractor.

Moreover, all the works, being under incidence of Permit To Work System, shall have to be
carried out only by adequately trained and qualified personnel.

Contractor shall approve a qualified gas test method for hot work permits and confined spaces
entry permits.

Subcontractor supervisors shall attend any PTW training arranged by Contractor.

Competent person identified to sign the PTW system will have to be qualify by Contractor and
Client according to procedures set forth in :

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

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Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, Volume1, chapter 4.12: Work Pwermit

GI 2.100, Work Permit System

4.8 Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS)

Contractor/Vendor shall undertake Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) analysis.


Subcontractor/Vendor shall provide full support to Contractor in terms of information and
documentation to complete the SIMOPS analysis pertaining to the plant portion in its scope of
work.

Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) studies will be carried out if there is scope for interaction to
occur between major construction, operations or hazardous activities, and the design and
construction intent is to carry out these activities concurrently. For the scope of the project
SIMOPS include simultaneous construction and operation. The purpose of these studies will be:

To identify the additional levels of risk introduced by simultaneous operations, particularly


risk associated with the well completion activities and all other concurrent project
activities;

To assess the acceptability of additional risks and to identify risk reduction methods that
should be built into the design and operational controls.

Findings and recommendations from the SIMOPS studies and associated Construction risk
assessment activities will be used to develop the mitigating measures to be implemented prior
the start of the subject construction activities. Client representatives shall participate in SIMOPS
reviews at the EPC Phase.

4.9 Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE)

Subcontractor shall provide all of its workers and visitors (if any) with all necessary PPE before
entering in the construction site.

All employees shall be provided also with the necessary and suitable PPE for their particular
work activity according to Sub contractor risk assessment, Contractor and Client Criteria.

PPE and the necessary training courses shall be supplied to the employees by or on behalf of
the Subcontractor.

In case of failure to meet the above mentioned requirement because of Subcontractor,


Contractor will provide the necessary PPE and relevant training to the workers.

The costs sustained by Contractor will be charged to Subcontractor increased of administrative


burdens.

Subcontractor shall replace, free of charge to the employee, any PPE which becomes deficient
in any way through normal work usage or wear and tear, such that at all times the worker has
adequate protection.

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Normal wear and tear shall include the period of effective use specified by the manufacturer and
requirements of basic hygiene standards.

Personnel not properly equipped, for whatever reason, shall not start or continue working.

As minimum, all personnel and visitors to the Work Areas shall wear:

helmet, (White helmet for Supervisor and Foreman. Red helmet for HSE persons. For
workers, subcontractor will have to notify to contractor their requirement)

eye protection

safety footwear

other PPE could be mandatory according to Project requirements, as, for example, High
Visibility vests, gloves, coveralls, Respiratory protectors in H 2 S risk areas and/or etc.

In all H 2 S affected areas Escape Hood & Personal Monitor shall be provided for all
employees and specific HSE precaution shall be planned and implemented.

The costs sustained by Contractor will be charged to Subcontractor increased of


administrative burdens.

Subcontractor shall record issue, inspection and replacement of PPE.

4.10 Machineries, Equipment and Tools

All Subcontractors own equipment used within Contractor site will be tested and certified and
compliant with the applicable legislation.

Subcontractor shall provide, prior to enter at site and/or under any Contractor request, copies of
current certifications for operators and/or equipment operating at site.

Use of equipment without proper certification (if required) and/or maintenance records is not
allowed.

Subcontractors are responsible for the provision and maintenance of plant and equipment
brought to site.

Subcontractor shall ensure that only competent and certified (if required) persons will conduct
inspections of equipment, in particular, as reference, for electrical and lifting equipment.

Certifications of equipment and inspectors shall comply with:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual

4.10.1 Construction Tools And Equipment

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Subcontractor shall provide for its employees all tools, equipment and devices needs for carrying
out the work. Equipment used shall comply with local laws and regulation, relevant international
standards and best practices and adapted to the working conditions without any defect.

Subcontractor shall implement a maintenance program for construction tools, equipment and
vehicles.

Statutory inspection and testing of construction tools and equipment shall be carried out and
recorded according to good practices as per international industry standards.

Contractor has the right to refuse the use of equipment unsafe to perform the work.

Subcontractor shall use specific equipment fit for purpose. No modification of any vehicle or
equipment shall be allowed.

Homemade tools are not allowed.

4.10.2 Colour code System


Subcontractor shall implement a colour coding procedure for construction tools, equipment and
devices, to enable immediate assessment of inspection status, according with the Contractor
procedure.

Visual pre inspection shall be carried out before each use of tools, equipment and/or
accessories.

The colour code will have to be done by a qualify and competed person.

Colour coding shall comply with:

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4.11 HSE Signs

Sufficient number of adequate safety signs shall be located to inform personnel of exits , escape
routes, location of safety equipment, to warn of hazards and provide safety information and
instruction.

Drawings showing the location of escape routes , emergency equipment , etc. Shall be located
at strategic points on the facilities.

Subcontractor shall ensure that all safety and warning signs comply with international standards
and are clearly understood: multi-lingual safety signs and posters shall be used, if needed.

Pictograms shall be used, and consideration shall be given to the need to provide any auxiliary
text in language/s that will be easily understood by the workforce.

HSE signs shall comply with:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

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4.12 Proximity Warning System

"Tag Based Proximity Warning Alert System" or "TB PWAS" shall mean a set of equipment
consisting of Tags to be worn or affixed to personnel or objects, Sensor(s). Alarm Display(s) to
be installed in moving equipment. and Data Loggers capable of recording historical operational
data for the TB PWAS, which detects objects and personnel within a pre-defined hazard zone
and provides an audible and visible warning to equipment operator(s) when entry into the zone is
detected. It may optionally also provide audible warning to people entering the zone.

Unless otherwise directed via a written exception by an authorized Saudi Aramco Company
Representative with such direction specifying the locations, dates, and other particulars of such
exception (with such exception based on a documented risk assessment performed by
SubContractor according to Contractor HSE Department guidelines, and approved by Contractor
and Saudi Aramco), SubContractor shall ensure compliance with the following requirements at
all Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites

Use of Both Tag Based Proximity Warning Alert Systems and Rear View Cameras.

All earthmoving and construction equipment at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites,
Including, but not limited to, the following list, whether owned or operated directly by Contractor,
Subcontractor, and any Subcontractors thereof, or rented or provided for the WORK via other
agreements, shall have both TB PWAS and RVCCCS installed, tested, and operating at all
times while the equipment is at the Job, Laydown , and Fabrication Sites.

Examples of earthmoving and construction equipment on which such devices must be installed
include, but are not limited to:

Bulldozer

Roller / Vibratory Compactor

Earthmoving Equipment

Haul and Dump Trucks

Tracked or Wheeled Shovels and Loaders

Tracked or Wheeled Excavators

Scrapers

Motor Graders

Graders

Water Tankers

Waste and Fuel Tankers

Tractors

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Telescopic Handlers

Backhoe

All trucks delivering concrete at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites, whether owned or
operated directly by Contractor, Subcontractor , and any Subcontractor thereof, or rented or
provided for the work via other agreements, shall have RVCCCS installed, tested, and operating
at all times while the concrete delivery trucks are at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites.

Buses, passenger cars, pickup trucks, concrete pump trucks, and external vendor or supplier
delivery trucks, crane and forklift (with the exception of earth hauling trucks, trucks delivering
concrete, etc.) bringing material to the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites do not require
installation or use of a TB PWAS or RVCCCS

All Subcontractors and its visitor personnel, (excluding operators, drivers, and crew of Excluded
Equipment) , while on the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites, shall be provided with Tags
compatible with the TB PWAS system in use at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites and
shall be required to wear them at all times.

The compatibility specifications for TB PWAS or RVCCCS shall be defined later.

Any SubContractor personnel without property worn and functional Tags shall not be allowed to
remain on the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites as applicable and must report to the
Proximity Warning System Coordinator.

All TB PWAS must reliably operate in the complete range of extremes of temperature , humidity,
dust, and vibration, and direct exposure to sun and rain and other environmental factors which
may be present at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites.

Any TB PWAS employed at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites must be able to detect any
Tags from a minimum of at least twelve (12) meters distance, or greater as determined by
SubContractor risk assessment. The detection range alert threshold for the hazard zone should
be adjustable from a minimum of three (3) meters to the longest detection range supported by
the equipment. The TB PWAS should detect Tags throughout a three hundred sixty (360)
degree radius of the equipment carrying the installed TB PWAS Sensor(s) and Alarm Display(s),
and activate an alarm notifying the equipment operator of a hazard.

The TB PWAS detection range threshold adjustment shall be designed to allow adjustment only
be adjustable by designated Contractor safety personnel and not by individual equipment
operators.

The equipment operator must be able to silence a TB PWAS audible warning for a particular
detection event. However, another detection event occurring after the silenced warning
should automatically trigger another audible warning.

Tags employed at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites shall be non-intrusive, hands free,
and integrated or fitted on personnel high visibility vests, hard hats, or otherwise conveniently
worn, and not interfere with personnel's ability to safely perform work.

All TB PWAS equipment at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites (Tags, Sensor(s), Alarm
Display(s), and Data Loggers) shall be completely compatible and interoperable.

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TB PWAS may employ any suitable signalling method (for example, infrared or radio frequency
identification) which is robust and not subject to interface from 0th.er equipment at or near the
Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites, and which does not interfere with the operation of other
equipment at the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication Sites.

Any RVCCCS must provide:

The ability for the equipment operator to view the area behind the equipment through a
minimum overall viewing angle of one hundred sixty (160) degrees centered on the rear of
the equipment, to a distance of at least ten (10) meters.

A minimum of four color camera inputs to a color display for the equipment operator which
shall be of minimum 7" diagonal screen size, with the capability of monitoring all cameras
simultaneously on the same display with adequate resolution and color rendition to allow
the easy visual identification of hazards around the vehicle_

The ability to operate effectively in low light environments (illumination greater than or
equal to 5 foot-candles or 54 lux).

The SubContractor shall designate a Proximity Warning System Coordinator within its safety
organization who shall have responsibility and authority to supervise and direct the procurement,
installation, training, use, maintenance , effectiveness, and performance monitoring of the
Proximity Warning System Equipment. The Proximity Warning System Coordinator and any
other SubContractor personnel responsible for installation, training, maintenance, or
performance monitoring shall receive appropriate training from the Proximity Warning System
Equipment manufacturer(s) or their authorized agents.

SubContractor Coordinator shall report to Contractor PWS coordinator.

The SubContractor shall establish a process to positively verify that all personnel's Tags are
correctly worn and functioning each day prior to the start of a work shift, or upon entry to the
work Site for visitors and other personnel not regularly at the Job, Laydown , or Fabrication Sites
for entire work shifts.

The SubContractor shall establish a process to positively verify and document that all Proximity
Warning System Equipment installed on earthmoving and construction equipment is operating
correctly at the beginning of each day.

The SubContractor shall ensure that for all equipment on the Job, Laydown , and Fabrication
Sites, the TB PWAS alert threshold detection range shall be set to a distance of six (6) meters
unless otherwise determined by a SubContractor risk assessment which shall be approved by
an authorized Saudi Aramco Company Representative.

The SubContractor shall ensure that proper maintenance of the Proximity Warning System
Equipment is performed according to the specification of the manufacturer(s) to ensure that the
equipment operates correctly and effectively, with verification of such operation to be certified
and documented by the manufacturer(s) or their authorized agent(s). Earthmoving and
construction equipment or personnel without correctly operating Proximity Warning System

Equipment shall not be permitted to access or perform work at the Job, Laydown, and
Fabrication Sites.

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The SubContractor shall ensure that all equipment operators shall be provided with training on
the purpose, use, and maintenance of TB PWAS and RVCCCS prior to operating any
equipment with the system installed, and the administration of such training shall be
documented in the project safety records.

The SubContractor shall ensure that all personnel using Tags shall be provided training on the
purpose, use, and maintenance of the Tag prior to entering the Job, Laydown, and Fabrication
Sites, and the administration of such training shall be documented in the project safety records.

The Proximity Warning System Coordinator shall conduct weekly, and monthly trend reporting of
any incidents, including "near misses," that either activate proximity alarms or should reasonably
have activated such alarms shall be investigated and such investigation shall document the
status of installation, use, operation, maintenance, and effectiveness of the Proximity Warning
System Equipment, including any data recorded by Data Logger equipment.

4.13 Exposure to Hazardous Materials / Chemical Agents

The use of any chemical substance shall be preliminarily approved by Contractor

Prior starting any work activity, the Subcontractor shall submit Saipems review written
procedures for any services involving the handling or use of hazardous or toxic substances.

Subcontractor shall take all measures to reduce or eliminate the use and the handling of
harmful, toxic or corrosive substances that pose hazard to personnel or the environment.

A formal process of evaluation of alternatives shall be put in place.

Subcontractor shall ensure that every substance, product and material considered as hazardous
by local regulations or relevant international standards is clearly identified, quantified and known
by all personnel.

All Subcontractor employees who handle hazardous material will be properly trained and will
wear all manufacturers recommended safety equipment.

Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) shall be available in English and local language(s) upon
receiving the chemicals at the worksite. A copy of the MSDS shall be kept in the medical
facilities if they are presents.

Subcontractor shall ensure that hazardous materials and substances are always suitably
packaged and labeled.

Subcontractor shall identify proper temporary liquid chemical storage locations during
construction phase

The storage area shall be provided with adequate means for dealing with emergencies.

It is the responsibility of Subcontractor to properly dispose of any hazardous substance brought


into Work Areas or generated during the Work in accordance with all Applicable Law and
international standards.

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To reduce the waste production, Subcontractor shall explore the use of environmentally friendly
chemicals.

4.14 Fire Prevention

Materials and equipment shall be maintained and used in order to prevent the possibility of fire
spread or explosion;

Materials shall not be stored in a manner that obstructs or conceals fire points, sprinkler heads,
alarms, emergency exits, electrical panels and walkways, floor openings or hoist-ways

Consideration shall be given to the fire loading imposed in an area by the placement of
materials;

Incompatible materials will not be stored in proximity to each other;

Subcontractor shall require PTW for Hot works;

Compressed gas cylinders shall be stored and used in an upright position, have their protective
caps fitted when moving and transporting them, fitted with flash back arrestors, kept clear of
electrical equipment and cabling where they may become part of an electrical circuit.

Gas cylinders shall not be taken into confined spaces, and feed hoses and nozzles when used in
confined spaces shall be removed when not in use.

Valve wrenches shall be left in position on the valve stem at all times when the cylinder is in use.

Fuel gas and oxygen hoses shall be clearly distinguishable, in good condition and properly
secured by O Clips.

Fire extinguishers shall be available before hot work commences and persons trained in their
correct use.

Portable Fire Extinguishers shall be periodically inspected.

5 HEALTH
Below listed topics will define the health part obligations to be met during the performance of
subcontracted activities.

In case the indications regarding Health requirements referred to in this Specification seem do
not be clear because of various reasons (the specific scope of work of the contract, the
objectives that are set, the legislative frame that must be complied with, etc.), it will be
subcontractors obligation to request from Saipem all the necessary clarifications.

Subcontractor organization shall ensure to extend and comply Saipems requirement without
failure and it must be under their own cost.

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5.1 Health Risk Assessment

As part of risk assessment, the Subcontractor shall perform and submit to Saipem the health
risk assessment for the subcontracted scope of work. The Health Risk Assessment should be
considered as priority and should be carried out and updated throughout the entire life of the
Project.

The goals of HRA are:

To identify the health hazards during life cycle of activities.

To assess the health risks and hazards and set priorities. For each health hazard the HSE
Risk Assessment Matrix is be used in order to assess the potential risk to the business by
plotting them on the RAM to identify level of risk.

To establish Control Measures.

To establish Recovery Measures.

To formulate and monitor Remedial Action Plans (RAP).

To record the HRA.

To review the HRA.

The HSE Risk Assessment Matrix shall be in agreement with the HSE Risk Assessment Matrix
included in document:

Project Specification 009700 Contractor Site Safety Program (CSSP)

5.2 Medical Fitness Examination

The Contractors document:

009707 Health Plan

shall be considered as reference for developing protocol for Medical Fitness Examination,
providing medical care to its employees set by:

SAG Ministry of Health (MOH),

Saudi Labour Law,

Saudi Aramco G.I. 150.002,

Saudi Aramco Contractor Safety Administrative Requirement Section 9 (Medical) of CSM


and

Saudi Aramco Minimum Medical Standards Requirements (MMSR) Manual.

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This system must provide a correlation between the position of the individual and the Medical
Protocols used to check his / her health.

SUBCONTRACTOR personnel shall implement pre-employment and periodical medical check-


ups. Fitness certificates shall be readily available and provided upon CONTRACTOR/
COMPANY request.

Medical Fitness Examinations shall be carried out by MOH (Ministry of Health) authorized
medical practitioners and clinics.

CONTRACTOR Medical Personnel will have free access to the medical fitness certificates,
which have to be easily available on site, always taking into account the confidentiality of the
medical information. The SUBCONTRACTOR shall make provisions for vaccination and other
means of protection of its personnel against contagious diseases. The vaccination scheme shall
be developed upon the Health Risk Assessment, the specific position each individual is
supposed to cover, and the actual epidemiological situation in the area of the project.

The certificates stating the individuals medical fitness and all medical investigation result shall
be made available on site medical facilities and it must be submitted upon request to Saipems
relevant representatives and/or to Saipems Medical Officer on site, preferably prior to their
actual involvement in the activities.

Recommended Minimum Protocol for Subcontractors shall include, as a minimum:.

General Medical Examination, Including Body Mass Index (BMI) and Eye examination
(vision: Far/Near/Color);

Chest X-Ray or Spirometry;

ECG;

Audiogram;

Blood examination, including:

CBC (Hemochrome + Formula + ESR);

Biochemical:

Sugar;

General Urine examination;

Although each and every case shall be evaluated individually and in respect of the specific
assignment risks, if the subcontractors employee is an expatriate with abnormal findings, the
examining doctor, in case of doubt, shall base the fitness judgment on document by Oil and Gas
UK; Medical Aspects of Fitness for Work Offshore: Guidance for Examining Physicians.

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5.3 Medical Service Organization

5.3.1 First Aid and Medical Facilities


For the duration of the service the SUBCONTRACTOR shall ensure adequate medical care for
its personnel on site. The level of the medical service organization shall be based upon the
Health Risk Assessment.

In accordance with:

Saudi Arabia Government Decision No.404, dated 17 Jamada 11, 1394 (7 July 1974).

SUBCONTRACTOR shall make provision for Basic Life Support (BLS), heart saver Automated
External Defibrillator(AED) / Standard First Aid (SFA) and First Aid Kit. AED machine shall be
placed in strategic locations at all work sites based on completion of the AED Site Assessment
Form by Facility Sponsoring Committee.

A work location is considered a strategic location if:

The location is more than 3 km far from the nearest Emergency Medical Service (EMS).

The estimated response time from the location to the nearest Emergency Medical Service
(EMS) is more than 5 minutes.

The approximate average age of workforce at the location is over 45.

A minimum of one person, holding a valid certification of First Aid/CPR Training Meeting
American Red Cross / American Heart Association, or equal criteria, will be present at all times
where there are SUBCONTRACTORs personnel at work.

The target ratio for trained First Aiders shall be 1 First Aider to each 20 workers.

SUBCONTRACTOR shall provide a separate cabinet containing bandages, medicines, and


disinfectants, as outlined in the Saudi Aramco Contractor Safety Administrative Requirement
Section 9.2 (Provision of First Aid) of CSM for all jobs carried out in scattered locations, which
are more than 300 meters (1000 ft.) apart, for each group of workers.

Sufficient number of certified medical doctors, nurses, medical facilities, first aiders and
ambulance/s shall be provided. All medical personnel, medical facilities and ambulances shall
be certified by the health authorities of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

All arrangements for medical coverage i.e. medical fitness examination, medical are,
ambulances, first aiders and medical personnel of SUBCONTRACTOR personnel shall be at the
cost of SUBCONRACTOR.

The medical facilities and service (infirmaries, ambulances, etc.) shall meet or exceed local and
WHO requirements and shall be subject to CONTRACTORs approval. The location of the clinic
shall be clearly indicated and the structure shall be easily accessible with stretchers.

The subcontractor shall implemented the medical facility in according to the lay out plan
mentioned in the Health Plan: ( Annex: Sample Layout of Project First Aid Facility).

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5.3.2 Medical Equipment and Medical Supplies Requirements


SUBCONTRACTOR shall ensure adequate quantity of medicines and medical consumables
taking in consideration the number of assisted personnel on the project, local regulation in place,
and CONTRACTOR Standards. All medicines shall be kept in appropriate places and conditions
in order to assure their integrity and prevent from deterioration. Controlled drugs shall be kept in
accordance with local applicable laws and their purchase, storage and use shall be noted in an
appropriate register.

Every subcontractor shall ensure that their medical facilities depending on their category and
operational needs have adequate quantity of medical and medical equipment. The list of
medicines, equipments and consumables are attached in:

Health Plan (Annex :_Medical Equipment List of Site Project Clinic)

Health Plan (Annex :_Medical Consumables List of Site Project Clinic)

Health Plan (Annex :_Medicines List of Site Project Clinic)

5.3.3 Ambulance
The ambulance shall be equipped as per the requirements of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Regulations treating the matter and CONTRACTOR requirements for ambulance equipment.
Considering the climate conditions in the area of the project, the ambulance equipment and
medicines shall be kept in one or more haversacks in the clinic to prevent them from the effects
of exposure to high temperatures. The list of the content of each haversack shall be clearly
visible, both inside and outside the haversack. Equipment functionality shall be periodically
checked in order to ensure its adequacy in any given moment. In order to ensure that the
ambulance is in adequate technical condition regular maintenance shall be carried out. Only
qualified drivers shall be assigned as ambulance drivers.

The ambulance vehicle shall be able to safely transport a patient on a stretcher and be equipped
at least with:

4 wheel drive to be able to travel on un-paved roads and uneven ground

efficient external communication system

internal temperature regulation system

adequate light and acoustic signalling system

adequate internal lighting system

safety belt for patient and stretcher

seat near the patients head for the personnel who are assisting him.

medical equipment for ambulances and medical facilities are listed in Project Health
Plan

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5.4 Medical Emergency Response Plan (MERP)

SUBCONTRACTOR shall establish agreements with third party medical structures in order to
ensure treatment of medical cases that require specialist examinations and/or hospital
admission.

CONTRACTOR through periodical audit will evaluate the condition of Medical Facilities and
Medical Services provided and the level of compliance with the requirements.

Special consideration should be given to medical solid waste, which shall be disposed as per the
local regulations in place. It must be disposed and handled only using protective devices and
following written procedures. Appropriate containers for the medical cutting and pinching waste
shall be used allowing their safe transportation to final disposal or incineration.

During the duration of the service SUBCONTRACTOR shall provide CONTRACTOR and Client
employees with access to its medical facilities, medical services and ambulance transportation,
shall it be necessary. Subcontractor shall develop MEDEVAC Plan and submit it to
CONTRACTOR for approval. A bridging document with Contractor Medical Evacuation Plan
(MERP) plan will be elaborated. Whenever SUBCONTRACTOR activates the MERP
CONTRACTOR must be informed immediately.

The SUBCONTRACTOR shall implement adequate control measures needed to ensure


satisfactory level of general and industrial hygiene in order to prevent any accidents,
occupational diseases, infectious outbreaks, or exposure to toxic substances that could
compromise employees and/or community health.

Through continuous medical inspections CONTRACTOR shall have the right to monitor the level
of hygiene in all SUBCONTRACTOR premises including, but not limited to, accommodation,
offices, toilets, bathrooms, laundry, canteens, recreation areas, kitchen/s, water delivery, storage
and supply system.

SUBCONTRACTOR shall implement medical recording and reporting system for any, and all,
health/medical events reported to SUBCONTRACTOR medical personnel on the Project. Any
incidences of health related problems of CONTRACTOR personnel shall be immediately
reported to CONTRACTOR. The records shall be accessible at any moment to
CONTRACTORs medical personnel, respecting fully the confidentiality of the reports and
privacy of the individual.

5.5 Emergency Response And Management Plan

Subcontractor shall establish and implement an Emergency Response Plan and its relevant
procedures in compliance with the Contractor Emergency Response Plan or other Project
Emergency Procedures.

At least the following emergency scenario shall be foreseen:

Medical Emergency

Fire

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Rescue of people fallen from height and into confined space

Oil Spill

Subcontractor shall have plans in place for self-protection and possible Site evacuation. These
provisions include, but not limited to monitoring equipment, respiratory protection devices,
evacuation vehicles, medical treatment resources (personnel and equipment) etc.

If required by Contractor Subcontractor shall participate in emergency response drills.

Subcontractor shall appoint the Emergency and First Aid Teams that shall be able to respond
within the shortest possible time.

Subcontractor shall organize fully trained emergency response and rescue teams for first aid,
firefighting, confined space rescue, high angle (technical rope rescue from heights) and CPR
(Cardio-Pulmonary-Resuscitation).

The teams shall carry out all training as required by the approved Emergency Response Plan.

Subcontractor shall be responsible for the provision and maintenance of suitable emergency
response equipment and vehicles.

Subcontractors personnel shall comply with Clients Emergency Team instructions. In such
events, work may be immediately suspended.

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6 ENVIRONMENT

6.1 General Requirements

Subcontractors HSE Management System shall assess and control all significant environmental
aspects in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, relevant international standards as
well as Contractors relevant environmental documents.

Therefore, Subcontractor can be required upon Contractor request to prepare a Environmental


Management Plan that:

identifies applicable environmental legislation and other requirements;

identifies and assesses all significant environmental aspects concerning the work to be
executed, according to clear and agreed criteria;

describes site organization and environmental responsibilities;

defines how to manage site activities in order to keep under appropriate control the
identified significant environmental aspects;

defines the implementation of appropriate mitigation measures, as necessary;

provides a mechanism for ensuring that controls and mitigation measures are duly
implemented.

All environmental documentation is intended to be modified and updated as project or


environmental conditions change, in order to appropriately address them.

In particular (but not limited to) the following issues shall be prepared and submitted to
Contractor by Subcontractor before the commencement of the works.

Subcontractor shall notify to Saipem representative, any spillage of oil, grease, paint, solvent,
chemically treated drilling fluids, sewage or any other pollutant or waste according to the specific
Project procedure.

Use of Drip Trays or waterproof floors shall be mandatory for any equipment should be affected
by accidental spills (e.g. generators or for refuelling activities).

The Environmental Requirements will be in compliance with the national regulation (Presidency
for Meteorology and Environment), SAIPEM HSE Management System (particularly the
Environmental Management Program, Waste and Waste water Management Plan and Spill
Contingency Plan) , ARAMCO standards and all the recommendations included in the applicable
Environmental Impact Assessment report, in order to consider the following aspects:

Waste and Waste water Management;

Spill Prevention and Response;

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Air emissions and controls;

Noise;

Environmental Reporting;

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6.2 Waste and Waste water management

During work execution, Subcontractor shall appropriately manage the entire life cycle of
produced waste in order to minimize its amount and hierarchically follow the practices of reuse,
recycling, recovery, treatment and final disposal in approved disposal sites.

The subcontractor will issue a Waste Management Plan in order to identify each waste and
assess their handling, treatment and disposal method for Hazardous and not hazardous. The
waste storage will be periodically inspected from Contractor in order to verify the proper
segregation between hazardous and not hazardous waste.

It is mandatory to record each waste disposal activities through filling appropriate waste manifest
and report to Saipem the monthly waste record register in order to monitor the waste
management from the project site to the final destination.

Subcontractor shall ensure that sewage waste shall not be discharged into any waterway drain,
watercourse or the ground, but it will be properly managed as per Contractor disposition.

6.3 Spill Prevention and Response

Subcontractor shall make every effort in order to assure the protection of environment and
workers health and safety against accidental spillage and potential risk that may occur during
site activities.

In order to fulfil the above commitments a Spill contingency plan shall be prepared and
implemented by Subcontractors in accordance with Contractor Spill contingency plan.

In particular, Subcontractor shall ensure that during work execution all operations are conducted
in order to avoid the risk of a spill situation or, whenever an accident occurs, implement
measures and actions to prevent its escalation.

Starting from the identification of the main situations in which a spill of pollutants may occur, the
Spill plan shall outline strategies for spill prevention relevant to the site activities and describe
procedures for the control and limitation of the releases.

The basic scope of this document is to:

identify all hazardous substances on site and provide the relevant MSDSs;

identify the types of spill and the scenarios which could possibly occur and lead to
pollution;

identify the prevention strategies and the response actions to be adopted in case of
pollutants release (spill kit and drip tray to be available at site);

describe the organization that shall deal with the problem, both during prevention and
response phases;

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describe the procedure to be adopted for alerting Contractor, Employer as well as other
parties involved in emergency management.

Prior to the commencement of any construction activities, all involved Subcontractors personnel
shall be provided with training concerning environmental contingency situations.

6.4 Air emissions and controls

Main emissions sources during site activities include Dust emissions and Emissions from
vehicles;

6.4.1 Dust emissions:


One of the major impacts related to the construction activities include air emissions resulting
from dust generation. Generation of dust may impact on public health, valuable environmental
habitats and, secondarily, on visual amenity.

Therefore the subcontractors has to ensure:

Bulk storage of excavated material should, to the extent possible, be avoided

Tracks and roads should be watered regularly to minimize air borne dust.

Water is an effective dust suppressant and is recommended to be used or controlling fugitive


dust emissions from stockpiles, dirt roads and around excavated areas. Contractor reserve the
right to ask for additional dust suppression when needed

During transportation avoid overloading of trucks with sand, gravel and aggregate and ensure
sufficient free board. Trucks traveling to and from the project site with these materials should be
covered with tarpaulin to minimize dust

6.4.2 Emissions from vehicles:


Principal contributing activities include:

Emission form transportation, associated with the release of exhaust emissions from
vehicles used to transport labour workforce and materials.

Emission from construction equipment, associated with the release of exhaust emissions
from cranes, excavators, bulldozers, electrical generators and other plant and equipment
during construction.

Atmospheric emissions from these activities include carbon dioxide (CO2), oxides of nitrogen
(NOX), carbon monoxide (CO), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), sulphur dioxide (SO2),
particulate matter (dust).

The construction machinery would involve the use of diesel-fuelled mobile equipment and
generators, which may generate emissions and odours. Construction machinery will be operated
outdoors and would often be moving, therefore increasing dispersion and preventing high
concentrations of emissions occurring.

Therefore the subcontractors ensure that:

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All construction machinery and administrative vehicles shall be regularly serviced and
checked in order to guarantee good operation conditions;

Vehicles shall be subject to appropriate routine maintenance programs;

Vehicles engine should be shutoff in case of long pauses in site activities.

Workers/material transport activities will be planned in order to rationalize direct and


indirect traffic

All truck exhaust filters shall be periodically checked and replaced in case needed. This
practice will assure the emission control for engine exhaust.

6.5 Noise Emissions

Sub-Contractors shall ensure that when personnel are exposed to noise levels equal to or
exceeding 85 dB hearing protection devices shall be provided and their use strictly enforced by
supervisory personnel. Contractor reserve the right to ask for noise monitoring whenever
needed.

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7 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Subcontractor shall ensure that all personnel at all levels received Project HSE Orientation and
Induction and specific trainings prior to starting any work activity.

Subcontractor shall ensure the overcoming of language barrier, inability to read and write,
change of personnel and size and number of worksites, to ensure that the relevant HSE
information is communicated among all personnel involved in the performance of the work

7.1 Induction Training

Subcontractor shall be responsible to ensure that its own personnel attend the HSE Induction
training performed by Contractor.

Minimum topics to be included in the Induction Training are listed here below:

the Project, the Project organization and principal personnel;

Employer and employee HSE responsibilities and rules;

Contractor and Project (if any) HSE Policy and objectives;

Hazard identification and risk assessments;

Project protective clothing requirements

The hazards of the CLIENT plants, equipment and materials which affect the Project
areas

HSE practices, work procedures and Permit to Work Systems;

emergency procedures, evacuation, gas and fire alarms (including incident management
and response, how to recognize hazardous and emergency situations and how to contact
relevant personnel)

information on First Aid facilities and how to obtain first aid and medical treatment;

fire prevention and information regarding fire and explosion hazards;

information regarding toxic and flammable gas hazards;

Road, transport and driving rules;

Significant environmental aspects, possible impacts, and relevant procedures (e.g. waste
management and spill response procedures);

Security, Access control procedure and Disciplinary actions procedure;

Industrial Hygiene aspects;

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HSE issues and requirements in accommodation camps (if any);

other topics as required for the specific Project by Contractor and/or Client.

Following successful completion of the General Induction, new workers shall be given a more
specific induction from their direct supervisor or appointed representative at the job site.

Visitor will received a dedicated Induction Training.

7.2 Subcontractor Training Program

All the site persons, will have to attend the required training, mentioned on the project training
matrix ATTACHMENT 1 TRAINING MATRIX, according to their trade.

In addition to the above, Subcontractor can develop and implement an additional HSE training
program, to provide instruction and information, competences and skills on HSE standards,
practices, procedures and work instructions to its own personnel or guests.

Subcontractor shall emphasize training programs in HSE-critical activities as, but not limited to,
working at height, confined spaces, lifting and rigging, for personnel such as crane drivers and
operators, truck drivers, bus drivers, fire team members, electricians and medics/first aid
providers, and personnel who work in/around high risk locations.

At least for the above mentioned cases, Subcontractor shall provide theoretical and practical
training sessions. Moreover on site coaching shall be provided, if needed, in order to ensure
the achievement of competence and skill requirement for the people involved in the activities.

Subcontractor shall maintain records and certificates of all training and shall provide them upon
Contractors request.

The Subcontractor shall ensure that its personnel have adequate training and practice for
emergency preparedness situations.

The trainings shall be reinforced by regular drills.

The Subcontractor shall ensure that a sufficient number of First Aid and Fire Fighting personnel
is available on site properly trained in accordance with the local laws and project requirements.

7.3 Subcontractor training facilities and training personnel

Subcontractor shall arrange and establish, at their cost, adequate number of trainers and
facilities in order to ensure compliance to the project HSE training matrix as per ATTACHMENT
1 TRAINING MATRIX.

Facilities shall be arranged and approved by Contractor HSE department before the provision on
the site providing the necessary drawing and layout.

Subcontractor shall ensure practical training sessions at least for the following:

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Working at height and fall protection systems

Working at height Rescue team

Scaffolding Inspector

Scaffolders

Lifting Supervisor

Lifting equipment Operator

Rigger

Man-lift operation

Confined spaces

Gas Tester

Fire Fighting team

First Aid team

Contractor reserve the right to arrange a common training area were each Subcontractor will
confer (in relation to the training needs) its own resources, facilities and trainers under the
general coordination of Contractor.

7.4 Other Reinforcing Initiatives

Subcontractor shall continually reinforce during the performance of the work:

Personnel awareness of risks.

Personnel knowledge of associated control and recovery measures.

This reinforcement, in addition to formal training, shall be done through:

HSE information and lessons learnt through safety bulletins, posters, campaigns, videos,
and regular papers, safety feedback notices and construction safety notices from
Contractor.

Behavioural based observations processes such as the Safety Observation Card


System

The implementation of HSE award and incentive programs (as described in the following
paragraphs).

Tool Box Talks and Pre Job meetings (as described in the following paragraphs).

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8 COMPLEMENTARY AND TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES

8.1 HSE Statistics

Subcontractor shall participate at the Contractor HSE performance monitoring programme that
will be defined for the Project according to Contractor and other Project requirement

8.1.1 Weekly and Monthly Report


Subcontractor shall communicate to the Contractor the following statistical information (for the
elapsed period and the cumulative since the start of the work and if relevant for the last 12
cumulative months) with the scope to fill the Weekly and Monthly Reports, at least, five days
before the end of each month.

Following a not exhaustive list of the HSE basic indicators to be reported:

Average Manpower

Worked Man-hours;

Number of Fatalities;

Number of lost work day cases including fatalities also called Lost Time Injury (LTI);

Number of work related injuries other than fatalities or lost work day cases:

Restricted Work Case (RWC)

Medical Treatment Case (MTC)

First Aid Case ( for each first aid case a Medical Report shall be issued and a statistical
study is required concerning the body parts more frequently injured, e.g. hand, finger,
head, etc.)

Commuting Injuries;

Near-Misses;

Occupational Health Diseases;

Number of work days lost (number of days, beyond the 24 hours, during which the injured
is not able to work. The count is stopped on the basis of a medical certificate authorising
the injured to resume his work);

Restricted Workdays;

Road Traffic Accidents (RTA);

Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) = number of Lost Time Injury per 200,000 man-hours
worked

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Total Recordable Frequency Rate (RIFR) = Fatalities + LTI + RWC + MTC per 200,000
man-hours worked

Severity rate = average number of lost days per Lost Time Injury

Moreover, Proactive Indicators will be monitored and recorded such as:

HSE training hours;

Senior management HSE visits;

Toolbox talks;

Job Safety Analysis;

HSE meetings;

HSE Inspections;

Safety/Hazard Observation Cards.

HSE Trainings

Kind and number of indicators to be reported will be adapted to the Project, according to the
Project requirements

If needed, separate statistics shall be prepared for different locations.

In case of recordable injuries, Subcontractor shall report to Contractor the following data, as
applicable:

Victim: family and first names, date of birth

Employers name (Subcontractor)

Date of the first full day in incapacitation to work

Date of return to the same work capability as before the incident (confirmed by a medical
doctor or by actual return to work) or the date of death.

Date victim started working at worksite

The lost work days of each victim shall be determined by the number of calendar days
separating the first full day of incapacitation to work and the date or return to the same work
capability as per Contractor and or Client requirements

8.1.2 Environmental Report


Environmental reporting should be delivered by Subcontractor to Contractor on monthly basis
and include the following data according to Contractor and Project reporting procedure:

Amount of Hazardous Waste produced (and disposed of, per type);

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Amount of Non Hazardous Waste produced (and disposed of, per type);

Energy Consumption;

Water Consumption;

Water Discharge;

Oil spills;

Chemical spills;

Auditing Activities;

Performed activities.

Data shall be based on following:

waste transfer note

wastes record register

water and energy consumption calculation based on evidences

oil spill and chemical spill supported by incident reports

on what defined and communicate on site by FHSEM and/or Contractor Environmental


Supervisor agreed at Project Management Level

8.1.3 Incident Management and Reporting.


All accidents/incidents (including occupational diseases) on Working Area must be immediately
reported to Contractor and to relevant Authorities

Subcontractor shall notify these to the Contractor in compliance with applicable legal and project
requirements and Contractor HSE MS

All the events require medical attention shall be immediately notified to the medical staff on site
or to the clinic personnel / doctors linked to the Project. The records shall be accessible at any
moment to Contractors medical personnel, in compliance with confidentiality and privacy rules.

Subcontractor shall ensure that an immediate oral report is made to the Contractor
Representative in the case of:

fatal injuries;

any recordable injuries, which may or may not result in lost time;

first aids and near misses

damage, in any amount, to equipment or property;

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any environmental incidents (e.g. chemical spills).

Subcontractor shall lead investigations of any accident/incident that occurs within his area of
control, and ensure that all required reports are completed and submitted to Contractor
according with the Project requirements.

Subcontractor will be fully responsible that accident scenes remain undisturbed until an
investigation has been conducted.

Subcontractor shall provide and execute an adequate Incident Investigation and Reporting
Procedure, according to the Contractor HSE MS, Legal and Project requirements.

Subcontractor shall use a Root Cause Analysis method when the incident has caused lost
work days or a fatality and/or when the potential consequences could have generated several
fatalities.

Contractor reserve the right to lead the investigation of any incident, wherever it occur, and shall
have unrestricted access at all reasonable time to the scene of the incident, personnel and
records of the Subcontractor for this purpose.

Subcontractor shall co-operate and participate as necessary with Contractor in any Contractor
investigations.

One section of the monthly progress report shall be dedicated to HSE topics, such as personnel
injuries, occupational health diseases, Safety Meetings results, communications on HSE and
other HSE issues.

8.2 Audit And Review

Subcontractor shall be responsible for monitoring to ensure that Project HSE requirements are
met.

Subcontractor shall have a system of periodic audits and inspections in compliance with required
by Contractor and Client.

Routine daily HSE inspections shall be a core component of the subcontractor HSE Manager
duties.

Subcontractor shall maintained and submit to Contractor on a weekly basis Inspection logs and
action registers.

Subcontractor shall participate in Contractor HSE audits and shall implement the actions and
recommendations.

Subcontractor shall provide all input and support as Contractor deems necessary to ensure all
HSE activities (audits, inspections, etc.) that Contractor initiates are successfully carried out and
the actions arising are closed out to Contractors satisfaction.

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This shall include unrestricted access at all reasonable times to the personnel facilities,
equipment, materials, and records of the subcontractor. Subcontractor personnel shall be
available for interview.

8.3 HSE Meetings And Communications Means

The subcontractor shall ensure a correct and effective communication between all levels of the
workforce, in order to guarantee that all relevant information concerning HSE issues, with
respect to the performance of the services, are properly handed over from shift to shift and
formally recorded.

Contractor will hold regular meetings specifically dedicated to HSE matters involving Client,
Contractor and Subcontractors senior management, line management and employees
representative.

Subcontractor shall participate to all HSE meetings scheduled by Contractor when is required its
attendance.

The following HSE Meetings will be, as minimum, performed during the execution of the Project:

8.3.1 Monthly HSE Committee Meetings (or Monthly Steering Committee Meeting);
The Site HSE Committee, comprising Contractor, Client and Main Subcontractors, will be
established to jointly plan, control and monitor the HSE at the site.

8.3.2 Weekly HSE Meetings;


During this meeting, Contractor and Subcontractor HSE depts. will plan and monitor the
progress of the HSE activities implemented at site.

The presence of the site management could be requested depending the activities to be
discussed.

8.3.3 Weekly Workforce Tool Box Talks (TBT);


Subcontractor shall hold its own HSE weekly Workforce Tool Box Talk which will be addressed
to the whole workforce with the aim to discuss general safety matters potentially affecting the
whole work group.

TBT will be held at the beginning of the week prior to dispersing the workforce into smaller crews
to commence work.

Groups will generally composed of 30 workers or less and the safety talks should not exceed 15
minutes.

Contractor and Sub-Contractors Construction Superintendents/Supervisors/Foremen shall


attend the Tool-Box Talk at least in a rotating basis.

8.3.4 Daily Pre-Job HSE Meetings;


A pre-job meeting is the final review stage led by the Subcontractor Supervisor/Foremen (if any,
supported by HSE personnel) prior to the actual start of each crews daily work activity.

The meeting will be conducted at least daily, and in any case, before each shift begin.

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Based on the JSA analysis previously performed, High-risk work phases and potential hazards
can be highlighted and discussed to make sure everyone has a clear understanding of the
precautions required and the role each person plays in performing the task safely.

Other personnel (middle management or supervision personnel) will attend the meeting, if
required.

A written record will be maintained summarizing the main points of discussion.

8.4 Incentive Program, Disciplinary Actions And HSE Ceremonies

Incentive Program shall be developed by Subcontractor in order to emphasize the importance of


the employees support and commitment to the achievement of the Project HSE targets.

Subcontractors shall assign an adequate budget. Contractor reserve right to verify the
correct budget allocation.

Objectives of the program shall be:

To generate an attitude of safety and safe working;

To minimize HSE violations;

To reward safe working.

Disciplinary action procedure shall be developed and implemented by Subcontractor, in


accordance with the local laws and regulations, in order to discourage unwanted behaviours,
shortcuts in the work methodologies and any other deviations from the industry best practices

Regular scheduled HSE Ceremonies shall be implemented with the Purpose to provide to the
opportunity to exhibit to the Contractors and Subcontractors entire workforce the commitment
of the Project management to the safety, health and environment as well as the commitment to
the over-all welfare of the workforce.

Provision shall be made for loud speakers and speaker platform in a designated area that will
accommodate all of Contractors and Subcontractors employees.

All the above mentioned activities shall be planned, directed and implemented by all the
Subcontractors under Contractors coordination.

8.5 Smoking dedicated areas

Smoking shall be managed according to the Project Smoking Policy.

Rest areas may be provided for the benefit of smokers only in the authorized areas.

In any case, Subcontractor shall take into consideration suitable arrangements to protect non-
smokers from discomfort caused by passive smoking.

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These areas shall be previously approved by Contractor.

8.6 Transportation

Subcontractor shall implement a procedure in order to manage the following subjects:

Access and egress at the project site during construction.

Mass evacuation in the event of a release of sour gas.

The type and number of vehicles to be used for transporting workers.

Driver training needs, including site familiarization.

Equipment marking.

Vehicle access rules.

Road marking and signage.

Journey management planning.

Journey management plan shall be appropriate for each phase of the Project
(engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning).

In addition to the transportation routes for daily use, establish alternate routes for the
transportation of people and equipment that can be used in the event of an emergency.

The selection of vehicle types for use during precommissioning that incorporate risk reducing
features such as but not limited to:

mass, maximum speed, elimination of catalytic converters for ignition source control,
provisions for respiratory protection equipment.

Separation distances between vehicles and operating plants.

Use of spotters while moving loads (when required, how many, what equipment needed,
etc.).

Road surface considerations when selecting routes and journey requirements.

Coordination and integration into Permit to Work requirements.

Determination of when special impact prevention barriers (such as Armco barriers) are
needed.

Traffic control/access points including necessary equipment and staffing.

All vehicles shall comply with the Local emission limits.

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8.7 Driving Risks

All personnel who intend to drive in the Project premises must hold an appropriate and valid
driving licence for the vehicles, plant or equipment to be driven.

The following general principles shall be considered:

Regular resting periods shall be properly considered for long time transportations

Vehicles shall be registered as required by local law and have construction standards;

All inspection / maintenance records shall be kept by vehicle owners;

Speed limits within the construction areas and on public roads shall not be exceeded by
all vehicle involved in the Project.

Disciplinary actions shall be inflicted to violators.

If needed, a site traffic plan, can be requested by Contractor in order to discipline the traffic rules
at site.

8.8 Vehicles Site Access

Subcontractor shall ensure all vehicles entering at site meet Contractor standards and local
regulations. Access to the site will be allowed behind previous Contractor approval.

Vehicles without a valid tag emitted by Client or Contractor (or expired) shall not be authorized to
access the site.

The access tag will delivered at least after the following minimum checks:

Vehicle statutory inspection is realized;

Vehicle operator has the appropriate license or trade certificate

Site Safety Vehicle inspection is under Subcontractor's responsibility. However Contractor


reserves the right to re-inspect all vehicles.

Vehicle Site access tag renewal shall be subjected to the same above mentioned checks.

8.9 Housekeeping

Good Housekeeping is one of the basics of a good site, helping to prevent slips, trips and falls,
fire hazards and many health problems.

Subcontractors will be responsible for the maintenance of site housekeeping, specifically they
will:

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assign responsibility within their organization for the control and elimination of waste
material;

monitor the arrangements in place for controlling housekeeping, for effectiveness.

8.10 Construction and use of buildings and temporary facilities

Construction and use of buildings and temporary facilities related to the Project shall meet the
relevant local legislation, international standards and best practices.

Moreover as minimum:

All structures shall be of sound construction and of suitable materials to be secure, safe
and weatherproof.

Internally, walls and ceilings shall be constructed of durable materials and shall have
lightly coloured, smooth, easily cleanable surfaces.

All openings to the outside shall have tight-fitting, self-closing doors and glazed windows,
which prevent the entrance of insects and rodents.

8.11 Ventilation and Temperature

The temperature in all habitable and other rooms in which personnel live and work shall be
maintained at a level conducive to the healthy performance of the activity conducted in the area.

All habitable rooms shall be sufficiently ventilated by means of mechanical ventilation. Natural
ventilation can be utilized as a secondary source of ventilation when outdoor temperatures are
not extreme.

All bathrooms, toilet rooms, laundry rooms and similar areas shall be provided with a ventilation
system connected directly to the outside.

8.12 Lighting and Electrical Equipment

Accommodation rooms should be fitted with windows for natural lighting (day). Each window
shall be provided with suitable curtains.

The minimum lighting requirements shall be met.

All circuits serving electrical equipment shall be provided with proper earth leakage circuit
breakers (ELCB) tripping leakage current.

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8.13 Sanitary Conveniences and Food distribution premises

The walls in toilet and shower rooms shall be Impervious to water, detergents and disinfectants
to a minimum height of 1.2 meters (4 feet) in toilet rooms and 1.8 meters (6 feet) in shower
rooms. The junctions between the floors and walls in kitchens, laundry rooms, shower rooms,
toilet rooms, utility rooms and hand-washing facilities she all be coved and sealed

The floors of kitchens, laundry rooms, shower rooms, toilet rooms, utility rooms and
handwashing facilities shall have smooth, hard, easily cleanable surfaces that are non - slip, and
impervious to water, detergents and disinfectants (carpeting is prohibited in these areas). These
floors shall be sloped to properly trapped floor drains and the junctions between the floors and
walls shall be coved and sealed

An adequate number of Toilet, wash hand basin and shower premises shall be conveniently
located and shall be accessible at all times.

Liquid soap, hand dryers or disposable hand towels shall be provided. Mirrors and adequate
lighting shall be provided near wash hand basins.

All fixtures attached to walls and ceilings shall be installed in such a way that does not obstruct
or prevent cleaning and shall be maintained in good repair.

Trapped floor drains shall be provided in floors flushed for cleaning or that receive discharges of
water or other fluid waste from equipment.

8.14 Food Handling and Quality

At all times during storage, preparation, display, transportation and serving, food shall be
protected from contamination.

Food must be prepared, displayed and served with the minimum manual contact, with suitable
utensils and on surfaces that have been cleaned and sanitized prior to use.

All food handlers shall possess valid health certification as required by local Laws and regulation
and project Requirements.

Food handlers shall not engage in smoking while on duty, and smoking is prohibited in all food
preparation rooms, restaurants and food serving areas.

8.15 Water Supply

An adequate supply, storage, treatment and distribution system of potable water shall be
provided to the life camps and working facilities/areas.

A non-potable water system is permitted only for purposes such as air-conditioning and fire
protection. Note: non-potable water shall not be used for washing or bathing.

Outlets of non-potable water shall be clearly identified accordingly.

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Hot and cold or a tempered water supply shall be provided to all wash hand basins and showers.

8.16 Waste Segregation, Storage and Disposal

Wherever practicable waste shall be segregated into burnable, non-burnable such as glass,
plastic, metal, etc., and reclaimable materials.

A suitable facility shall be provided for cleaning refuse containers after they are emptied.

Refuse shall be kept in durable insect and rodent proof containers that do not leak and are
provided with tightly fitting covers.

Refuse shall be disposed of often enough to prevent the development of odour and the
attraction of rodents and insects.

8.17 Sewer Disposal

Sewerage system will be designed, sized and installed to carry all wash and wastewater,
sewage, etc. Where a public sewer system is available, all plumbing fixtures and sewers shall
be connected to it.

Sewage shall be collected and treated prior to disposal according with local laws and
regulations.

Where a treatment system cannot be provided, appropriate transport services or mobile


treatment facilities must be considered wherever possible, even in the case of temporary camps.

8.18 Pest and Insect Control

Effective means to prevent the entrance and harborage of and/or eliminate the presence of flies,
cockroaches, other insects, rodents, cats, dogs, etc., shall be utilized, as appropriate.

8.19 Fire prevention in accommodation facilities.

Cooking (including the boiling of water) shall not be undertaken in habitable rooms.

Hallways, entrances to fire escapes and stairways must be kept free of obstructions.

Accommodation rooms, Kitchen, storage and recreation facilities shall be equipped with smoke
detection / heat detection as appropriate. A Fire Alarm System shall be provided.

Adequate number of fire extinguishers shall be provided in all above locations. The type and size
of fire extinguishers will depend on the risks and area to be protected.

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9 ATTACHMENT 1 TRAINING MATRIX

Working at heigth and fall protection (Level 2 - Supervisor)

Working at heigth and fall protection (Level 3 - Rescue)


Working at heigth and fall protection (Level 1 - User)

Control of substances Hazardous to health - COSHH


Portable Power Tools - Inspection and Maintenance

Confined Space Entry (Level 2 - Supervisor)


Saipem Permit to Work System - Advanced
Saipem Permit to Work System - Awarness

Confined Space Entry (Level 3 - rescue)


Confined Space Entry (Level 1 - User)
Slips, Trips and Fall - Housekeeping

Gas sampling, detection and testing


Safe Welding, grinding and cutting

Lifting Operation Safety Awarness


Safe Forklift operation experience

Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Tests

Isolation & Lock- Out / Tag-Out


Mobile Elevated Work Platform

Personal Protective Equipment

Safe Forklift operation novice

Spill Prevention and response


Lifting Equipment Inspection

Noise Hazard at work place


Artificial Optical Radiation

Waste Water Management


Safe Banksman Operation
Defensive Driving Course

Ionizing radiation Risk


Electromagnetic Fields
Hydrogen Sulfide H2S
Safe electrical Works

Safety for Supervisor


Safe Crane operation

Waste Management
UV Radiation Risk
Rigging and lifting

Ultrasound Hazard

Manual Handling
Site Induction

Fire fighting
Cold Stress
Heat Stress
Excavation

Vibration

First Aid
Course title

Course code (as per Delphi cose

E011

E012

E021
S011

S012

S031

S051

S057

S056

S053

S061

S082

S091

S101

S102

S103

S104

S114

S121

S126

S141

S142

S143

S144

S145

S151

S153

S154

S152

S161

S181

S182

S183

S184

S185

S186

S187

S188

S201

S211

S221

S243

S251

S292
system)
Site Manager X X X X X X X X X X X
Construction Manager X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Commissioning Manager X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HSE personnel X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X (X) X X X
Quality Personnel X X X X X X X X X (X) (X) X X X
Construction Supervisor/Foreman X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) (X) X X X X
Commissioning
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) (X) X X X X
Supervisor/Foreman
Medical personnel X X X X X X X (X) (X)
Civil personnel X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Mechanical personnel X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Welder X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Pipe fitter X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Electrical personnel X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Instrumentation personnel X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Grit blasting personnel X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Painitng personnel X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Insulation personnel X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
NDT personnel X X X X X X X X X (X) X X (X)
Equipment operators X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X (X)
Crane Operator X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X (X)
Riggers X X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X (X)
Banksman X X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X (X)
Scaffolder X X X X X X X X X X X (X) X (X)
Driver X X X X X (X) (X)
Office personnel X X X X (X) X (X)
Visitor X

(X) Personnel required to attend as per project requirement

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10 ATTACHMENT 2 HSE DOCUMENTS TO BE PROVIDED DURING THE BIDDING PHASE

10.1 HSE Governance

a) HSE Policy statement, including Alcohol and drug policy.

b) Company Organization chart and Project Organization Chart, specifying HSE positions and
roles.

c) HSE Management System Manual.

d) Copy of HSE Certification (OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001, EMAS, ...), if any.

e) Employees HSE training program and records of training activities.

10.2 Health and Safety Management

a) Proposed Project HSE Plan in compliance with Saipem HSE Plan and HSE local and
international legislation. The Plan shall address at least the following, but not limited to:

OH&S Objectives and Targets;

OH&S Organization and Responsibilities;

OH&S Communication System and Methods;

OH&S Induction and Training;

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment including the Health Risk Assessment;

Accident / Incident Investigation and Reporting;

Emergency / Evacuation Procedures;

OH&S Audit procedures;

List of OH&S Procedures applicable to the scope of work.

b) Protocol for periodical medical fitness examination.

c) Description of provision and upkeep of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), both standard
issue and required for specialized activities.

d) Description of management of plant and equipment used within Subcontractors premises,


sites or other locations with reference to registration, control and maintenance in a safe
working condition.

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10.3 Health and Safety Past Performances

a) List of the last five years safety statistics within Subcontractors organization:

Number of Fatalities;

Worked Man-hours;

Lost Time Injuries (LTI);

Lost Time Injuries Frequency Rate (LTIF);

Work Restricted Cases;

Medical Treatment Cases;

First Aid Cases;

Occupational Health Diseases;

Near-Misses.

Where appropriate, separate statistics should be given for different locations.

b) Classification of accidents and near-miss incidents, categories of personnel included within


Subcontractor's safety statistics.

c) Explanation of most significant injuries happened over the last 5 years (Report of the Event,
Investigation Report, Medical report, ...).

d) Description of corrective actions undertaken to avoid recurrence of the reported injuries.

e) Any other pro-active indicator monitored by Subcontractor.

10.4 Environmental Management

a) Environmental Management System Manual.

b) Evaluation of environmental impacts related with Subcontractors specific activities, together


with measures of management of such impacts.

c) Procedures for the identification of significant environmental aspects.

d) Waste management plan or procedure (Typical).

e) Environmental emergency management plan or procedure (Typical).

f) Environmental training program.

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g) Environmental Management System audit program.

h) Environmental self evaluation based on statistical data and environmental incidents.

In case the above documents were not available:

i) Records of environmental training.

j) Environmental documents, plan and procedures regarding Subcontractor or a specific


project/site.

k) Reports of disposal or recycle of material/substances.

l) Reports of environmental incidents with relevant corrective actions.

m) List of dangerous products/substances usually used.

n) Every other documentation on environmental management.

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11 ATTACHMENT 3 HSE DOCUMENTS TO BE PROVIDED WITHIN 30 DAYS UPON CONTRACT


AWARD
The Subcontractor is required to provide, within 30 days upon contract award and, in any case,
before the works commence, the following information and documentation:

Project HSE Plan and HSE Manual for the activities for the subcontracted scope of work.

Risk Assessment for the subcontracted scope of work.

HSE Procedures for the subcontracted scope of work, including Emergency Procedures.

Personnel Training Program specific for the subcontracted scope of work.

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ANNEX 2

HSE REQUIREMENTS FOR VENDORS

Contract No. 6600033894 OOK / 6600033895 IK

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INDEX

1 SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES 5

2 REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION 6

3 HAZOP STUDY 7

4 SAFETY INTEGRITY LEVEL (SIL) ASSESSMENT 8

5 SITE SAFETY 9

6 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 10
6.1 Plant Accessibility, Layout and Spacing 10
6.1.1 Applicable Codes and Standards 10
6.1.2 Equipment Accessibility 10
6.1.3 Stairs And Elevated Work Platforms 11
6.1.4 Ladders 11
6.1.5 Drop zones 11
6.1.6 Spacing 11
6.2 Piping 13
6.2.1 Applicable Codes and Standards 13
6.2.2 Cathodic Protection 13
6.2.3 Vibration 13
6.2.4 Toxic / Lethal Service 13
6.3 Fire & Gas System 15
6.3.1 Applicable Documents 15
6.4 Fire Fighting System 15
6.4.1 Applicable Documents 15
6.4.2 Certification 16
6.5 Passive Fire Protection 17
6.5.1 Applicable Documents 17
6.6 Electrical Equipment 18

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6.7 Emergency Shutdown 19


6.7.1 Applicable Standards 19
6.7.2 Equipment Depressuring 19
6.7.3 Isolation 20
6.7.4 Overpressure Protection 20
6.8 Safety Instrumented System 20
6.8.1 Applicable Standards 20
6.8.2 Application Software 22
6.8.3 SIS Requirements 22
6.8.4 Maintenance Override Switch 23
6.8.5 Power supply 23
6.8.6 Smoke Detection 23
6.8.7 SIL Allocation 24
6.9 Rotating Equipment 24
6.9.1 Applicable Standards 24
6.9.2 General Requirements 24
6.9.3 Vibration, Position and Bearing Temperature Detectors 25
6.10 Machinery Protection System 26
6.10.1 Applicable Standards 26
6.10.2 Level 1 Critical Machinery 26
6.10.3 Level 2 Critical Machinery 26
6.10.4 Level 3 Machinery 27
6.10.5 Grounding 27
6.10.6 Smoke Detection 27
6.10.7 System Availability 27
6.11 Vibration monitoring System (VMS) 28
6.12 VMS Requirements 28
6.13 Condition Monitoring System (CMS) 29
6.13.1 CMS General Requirements 29
6.14 Compressor Control System (CCS) 30
6.14.1 Applicable documents 30
6.14.2 System Requirements 30

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6.14.3 Surge Monitoring 31


6.15 Atmospheric Storage tanks 31
6.16 Fired Heaters 33
6.16.1 Applicable documents 33
6.17 Instrumentation 34
6.18 Equipment Noise Limitation 37

7 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 38
7.1 Applicable documents: 38
7.2 General 39
7.2.2 Fuel regulation 40
7.2.3 Source Emissions Limits 40
7.2.4 Dust emissions 43
7.2.5 Ambient Air Quality Standards 44
7.2.6 Liquid effluents 46
7.3 Noise 46
7.4 Hazardous Materials 50

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1 SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES


The HSE Requirements for Vendors is an Annex which purpose is to focus on HSE
Requirements to be included in Material Requisitions, therefore enabling the Discipline Leader
to have a complete overview of the important HSE prescriptions relevant for each equipment
and supply.

The HSE Requirements for Vendors include requirements that are strictly HSE relate and not
related to Engineering and Design requirements, which are already ruled by Data Sheets and
other Engineering Project Specifications. Moreover, the requirements set forth in the document
may be subject to HSE Review performed by the Project HSE Team during various stages of
the project.

The aim of this document is therefore to provide clear guidelines for the procurement of
Equipment and Packages manufactured by Vendors and ensure that design and
manufacturing complies with the HSE requirements set forth in the Contract and in various
relevant Project Specifications and to ensure that all the selected Vendors are aware and
comply with the requirements to be followed.

Internal Safety reviews, aimed to check if the design comply with the Project HSE
Requirements, shall be carried out during design execution as an on-going activity.

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2 REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION
Reference is made to document: 000-ZA-E-009070: GENERAL HSE PLAN.

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3 HAZOP STUDY
During engineering phase a Hazard and Operability (HazOp) Study will be carried out by
Contractor according to par 3.9, Schedule B of OOK Contract (No. 6600033894).

The HazOp shall comply with specification:

Contractor Doc. N Doc. Name

Integrated Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Study and Safety


000-ZA-E-085003
Integrity Level (SIL) Allocation Procedure

The Vendor shall supply appropriate information and personnel to attend HazOp studies.
Vendors delegates SHALL MANDATORY attend HazOp sessions for all the duration of the
Analysis. COMPANY will determine Vendors of packaged equipment, compressors, pumps
and other complex items of equipment who shall attend HazOp studies.

If in its scope of work, the Vendor shall prepare the following documents suitable for HazOp
study:

Process Description (where applicable)

P&ID

Cause and Effect Diagram

Equipment Data Sheet

Instrument list with set point

Control Narrative

Vendor shall be responsible for the implementation of the HazOp recommendations within its
Scope of Work.

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4 SAFETY INTEGRITY LEVEL (SIL) ASSESSMENT


In compliance with requirement set forth in Project Specification: during engineering phase a
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) allocation and SIL verification shall be performed by Contractor
according to IEC-61508 and IEC-61511 requirements, according to:

Contractor Doc. N Doc. Name

Integrated Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Study and


000-ZA-E-085003
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Allocation Procedure

If deemed necessary, SIL analysis of Vendor package may be performed by Contractor during
the engineering phase of the Project with Vendor participation.

Vendors delegates MUST attend SIL sessions which is performed by LOPA Method.

In order to support SIL verifications for the Safety Instrumented Functions (SIF) and ensure
compliance with IEC-61508 and 61511 requirements, Vendor shall provide for all sensors and
final elements (actuated valves, electrical motors, etc.) within their scope of supply:

the necessary reliability data to perform PFD calculation such as failure rate of
dangerous detected failures, Mean Time to Repair (MTTR), beta factor, Diagnostic
Coverage, recommended test interval; or as an alternative, evidence of probability of
failure on demand (PFD) calculation in line with IEC 61508/11 requirements;

Safe Failure Fraction (SFF) of the sensor or final element in order to verify the
compliance with the minimum hardware fault tolerance requirements;

Definition of type A or B according to IEC 61508 requirements.

Eventual additional requirements arising from SIL Assessment Reports will be specifically
addressed by Contractor to Vendor, who shall be responsible for their implementation.

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5 SITE SAFETY
The Vendors shall provide information on their program for specific HSE
information/instruction/training related to the activities which they are going to perform at site,
including the Risk Assessment;

The Vendors shall ensure that the activities performed by their personnel at site will be done in
compliance with Contractors document:

000-ZA-E-009700 CONTRACTOR SITE SAFETY PROGRAM (CSSP)

and HSE local laws and regulations.

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6 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

6.1 Plant Accessibility, Layout and Spacing

6.1.1 Applicable Codes and Standards

6.1.1.1 The following Directives shall apply:


SAF-03 Plant Buildings
SAF-06 Plant Layout, Spacing and Access
SAF-08 Storage Tanks and Storage Vessels
SAF-09 Fireproofing in Plants
SAF-12 Electrical Safety
6.1.1.2 The following Saudi Aramco Standards shall apply:
SAES-B-055 Plant Layout
SAES-B-005 Spacing and Diking for Atmospheric and Low-Pressure Tanks
SAES-B-014 Safety Requirements for Plant and Operations Support Buildings
SAES-B-057 Safety Requirements: Refrigerated and Pressure Storage Tanks and
Vessels
SAES-B-017 Fire Water System Design
SAES-B-058 Emergency Shutdown, Isolation, and Depressuring
SAES-B-064 Onshore and Nearshore Pipeline Safety
SAES-B-068 Electrical Area Classification
SAES-B-069 Emergency Eyewashes and Showers
SAES-B-054 ccess, Egress, and Materials Handling for Plant Facilities
6.1.1.3 The following Codes and Standards shall apply:
ANSI A14.1 Ladders, Portable Wood, Safety Requirements
ANSI A14.2 Ladders, Portable Metal, Safety Requirements
ANSI A14.3 Ladders, Fixed, Safety Requirements
ANSI A1264.1 Safety Requirements for Workplace Floor and Wall Openings, Stairs,
and Railing Systems
ANSI/ISA-18.2-2009, Management of Alarm Systems
ASTM E814 Fire Tests of Through-Penetration Fire Stops
ASME Z97.1 American National Standard for Safety Glazing Materials Used In
Buildings Safety Performance Specifications and Methods of Test
BICSI, TDMM Building Industry Consulting Services International, TDMM
(Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual)
EEMUA-191 Alarm Systems A Guide to Design, Management and Procurement
NFPA 13 Installation of Sprinkler Systems

6.1.2 Equipment Accessibility

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equipment by using accessways, ladders, roads, stairways, stiles, and working surfaces such

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as decks, floors, grade, platforms, ramps, runways, and walkways as directed by directive
SAF-06: Plant Layout, Spacing, and Access, its references and SAES-B-054 Access,
Egress, and Materials Handling for Plant Facilities.

6.1.2.2 Definitions o f roads and access ways, their sizing, and other requirements are included in
document SAES-B-055.

6.1.2.3 Dike areas around tankage or pressure vessels shall be provided at least one access road in
accordance with SAES-B-005.

6.1.3 Stairs And Elevated Work Platforms

6.1.3.1 Stairways shall serve the primary access and egress to main operating levels in structures,
buildings, and furnaces. Building access and egress shall be governed by SAF-03, Plant
Buildings.

6.1.3.2 Stairways and access platforms shall be provided to allow access to operating valves and
instruments as per SAES-B-054.

6.1.3.3 Workplace floors, stairs, and their handrail systems shall meet ANSI A1264.1 or other
equivalent international or Saudi Codes.

6.1.3.4 Walkways and platforms over 1 meter high shall be provided with handrails in all sides to
protect personnel against fall from height; in addition, on walkways and platforms 2 meters
high and over shall be provided with toe boards.

6.1.3.5 Wherever toe boards are required on platforms or landings, the toe boards shall be extended
across the first riser at bottom of the stair.

6.1.4 Ladders

6.1.4.1 Fixed ladders shall meet the safety requirements of ANSI A14.3 or other equivalent
international or Saudi Codes.

6.1.4.2 Any ladder and cage fabrication details shall meet PIP STF05501 and 12-SAMSS-007.

6.1.5 Drop zones

6.1.5.1 Drop zones for materials handling equipment shall be provided at appropriate elevations for
materials such as rotating equipment, piping, and column internals. These drop zones shall be
accessible to mobile equipment.

6.1.6 Spacing

6.1.6.1 The basic objectives of the Spacing Design criteria are as follows:
To minimize involvement of adjacent facilities in a fire;

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To permit access for firefighting;


To ensure that critical emergency facilities will be accessible for operators to perform
emergency shutdown actions in the event of a fire or explosion;
To segregate high-risk facilities or equipment from less hazardous operations and
equipment;
To separate continuous ignition sources from probable sources of release of flammable
materials;
To permit access by plant personnel for normal operation and maintenance of
equipment;
To avoid danger or nuisance to persons or facilities beyond the adjacent property lines;
To ensure site security;
6.1.6.2 To minimize equipment damage from a fire or explosion to the immediate area. The minimum
required distance of separation (spacing) for structures and equipment shall comply with SAF-
06: "Plant Layout, Spacing, and Access", with particular reference to the Onsite Plant
Equipment Spacing Chart (Figure 1) and the Offsite Spacing Chart (Figure 2) included therein.

6.1.6.3 Spacing for buildings shall comply with Directive SAF-03: Plant Buildings.

6.1.6.4 Spacing for storage tanks and spheres shall comply with Directive SAF-08 Storage Tanks
and Storage Vessels and with SAES-B-005 Space and Diking for Atmospheric and Low-
Pressure Tanks.

6.1.6.5 The distance between a tank and a flare shall be governed by the limitations on exposure to
flare heat radiation provided in SAES-F-007: System Design Criteria of Flares

6.1.6.6 Spacing between overhead electrical grid transmission lines and pipelines shall be in
accordance with SAES-B-064.

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6.2 Piping

6.2.1 Applicable Codes and Standards

6.2.1.1 The following Directives shall apply:


SAF-05 Industrial Drainage
SAF-06 Plant Layout, Spacing and Access
SAF-09 Fireproofing in Plants
SAF-10 Pressure Piping, Pressure Vessels & Transportation Pipelines

6.2.2 Cathodic Protection

6.2.2.1 Cathodic Protection systems shall comply with the following specifications:
SABP-X-001 Cathodic Protection Design Package Preparation
SABP-X-002 Cathodic Protection Rectifier (Tap Adjustable) Factory Acceptance
Tests
SABP-X-003 Cathodic Protection Installation Requirements
SABP-X-004 Plants Survey and Technical Assessment of Cathodic Protection
Equipment and Materials Manufacturers
SAEP-332 Cathodic Protection Commissioning
SAEP-332A Cathodic Protection Commissioning
SAEP-333 Cathodic Protection Monitoring
SAEP-333A Cathodic Protection Monitoring
SAES-X-400 Cathodic Protection of Buried Pipelines
SAES-X-500 Cathodic Protection of Vessel and Tank Internals
SAES-X-600 Cathodic Protection of Plant Facilities
SAES-X-800 Cathodic Protection for Existing Reinforced Concrete Structures

6.2.3 Vibration

6.2.3.1 The check for flow induced vibrations (FIV) and acoustic induced vibrations (AIV) shall be
performed by CONTRACTOR for all piping systems to such as relief valve discharges as well
as the vent / flare system collection headers, pressurization / de-pressurisation bypasses,
atmospheric vents etc.

6.2.3.2 ASME B31.3 requires to identify those fluid services which are in Category D and Category M
during detailed engineering.

6.2.3.3 Lines subject to severe cyclic conditions shall be identified in accordance with ASME B31.3

6.2.4 Toxic / Lethal Service

6.2.4.1 Toxic: Process streams with a total concentration of 5% (volume) or greater of materials with
a Health Hazard of "3" or greater as defined by NFPA 704.

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6.2.4.2 Lethal: Process streams with only H2S % greater than 20% (volume)

6.2.4.3 Wet Sour (or Sour Service/Sour Water): Process streams containing water and hydrogen
sulphide:
Sour water with a hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) concentration above 2 mg/L (2 ppmw) and a
total pressure of 400 kPa absolute (65 psia) or greater.
Crude containing hydrogen sulfide when transported or processed prior to completion of
stabilization (60 ppm H 2 S and higher).
Gas or hydrocarbon condensate containing hydrogen sulfide when transported or
processed prior to completion of sweetening or hydrogen sulfide stripping.
Multiphase services when the partial pressure of hydrogen sulfide is above 0.34 kPa abs
(0.05 psia) in the gas phase or a concentration of hydrogen sulfide above 2 milligrams
per liter in the water phase.
Hydrocarbon services meeting the definition of sour environments in NACE
MR0175/ISO 15156 as shown below:
Dissolved H 2 S in free water (liquid) with a concentration of >50 mg/L (50 ppmw) or,
H 2 S in gas with a gas phase with 0.05 psia or greater partial pressure.
6.2.4.4 Caustic: All sodium hydroxide solutions at all temperatures and concentrations > than 1% wt.

6.2.4.5 Hydrogen service: Process streams containing relatively pure hydrogen and process streams
containing hydrogen as a component with an absolute partial pressure of 7 bar (g) and higher.

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6.3 Fire & Gas System

6.3.1 Applicable Documents

6.3.1.1 If in Vendors Scope of Work, Fire & Gas system shall be provided according to the following
project specifications:

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Doc. N

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6.3.1.2 Only if required in the Vendor Scope of Work, the international standards to be used (in
particular NFPA) are inside this specification

6.4 Fire Fighting System

6.4.1 Applicable Documents

6.4.1.1 The following Project Specifications shall apply:

Contractor
Doc. Name
Doc. N

To be defined ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION DESIGN BASIS (1)

6.4.1.2 Only if required in the Vendor Scope of Work, the international standards to be used (in
particular NFPA) are inside this specification

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6.4.2 Certification

6.4.2.1 All major materials for firefighting system shall have the internationally recognized certificate
(UL Listed, FM Approved or Equivalent ).

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6.5 Passive Fire Protection

6.5.1 Applicable Documents

6.5.1.1 If in Vendors scope of work, fireproofing and other means of fire protection shall be compliant
to the following project specifications:

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Doc. N

To be defined FIREPROOFING GENERAL CRITERIA

To be defined FIRE-HAZARDOUS CLASSIFICATION (FIREPROOFING)

6.5.1.2 Only if required in the Vendor Scope of Work, the international standards to be used (in
particular API) are inside this specification

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6.6 Electrical Equipment

All the electrical equipment and systems shall be in compliance with the following
Saudi Aramco Engineering Standard:

SAES-P-100 Basic Power System Design Criteria

And any other document referenced in.

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6.7 Emergency Shutdown

6.7.1 Applicable Standards

6.7.1.1 The following Directive shall apply:


SAF-11 Emergency Shutdown, Isolation and Depressuring

6.7.1.2 The following Saudi Aramco Standards shall apply:


SAEP-354 High Integrity Protective Systems Design Requirements

SABP-Z-002D Functional Specification for Emergency Shutdown Systems (ESD)

SAER-6460 Bypass Guidelines for Emergency Shutdown Systems

SAES-B-058 Emergency Shutdown, Isolation, and Depressuring

SAES-J-601 Emergency Shutdown and Isolation Systems

SAES-J-602 Burner Management, Combustion and Waterside Control Systems for


Water tube Boilers

SAES-J-603 Process Heaters Safety Systems

SAES-J-604 Protective and Condition Monitoring Equipment for Rotating Machinery

6.7.1.3 The following International Standards shall apply:


API 521 Standard for Pressure-Relieving and Depressuring Systems (Fifth
Edition, January 2007)

ISA S84.01 Application of Safety Instrumented System in the Process Industries

6.7.2 Equipment Depressuring

6.7.2.1 The need to depressurize shall be considered for all process equipment in the plant according
to the requirements of SAES-B-058 and, where appropriate, supplemented by the
recommendations of API STD 521.

6.7.2.2 All process heaters shall be provided with a depressuring facility.

6.7.2.3 Discharge shall be to the flare or to the appropriate system via the blow down header.

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6.7.3 Isolation

6.7.3.1 All shutoff valves located below the maximum liquid level shall be indicating type valves and
shall meet fire safety requirements as specified in SABP-Z-002D.

6.7.3.2 Tanks within the scope of SAES-B-057 and in the following services shall be provided with
EIVs on tank nozzles below the maximum liquid level: refrigerated tankage; spheres and
spheroids containing flammable liquids having a true vapour pressure equal to or greater than
the absolute pressure of 200 kPa (29 psia) at 54C (130F). Refer to SAES-B-057 and API
STD 2510 for other requirements.

6.7.4 Overpressure Protection

6.7.4.1 Traditional pressure-relieving devices (relief valves, rupture discs, breather valves, seal pots,
etc.) shall be used to provide overpressure protection wherever practicable and cost-effective.
The sizing and installation of each device shall comply with the requirements of the ASME
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code and SAES-J-600.

6.7.4.2 Safety relief valves shall be sized for fire exposure or for operating contingency, whichever is
larger. The valve sizing and arrangement shall conform to the applicable provisions of SAES-
J-600.

6.8 Safety Instrumented System

6.8.1 Applicable Standards

6.8.1.1 The following Directive shall apply:


SAF-11 Emergency Shutdown, Isolation and Depressuring

6.8.1.2 The following Project Specification shall apply:


PCESS001 Safety Instrumented Systems Guidelines

SAES-J-003 Instrumentation - Basic Design Criteria

SABP-Z-002 Functional Specification for Process Control Systems (PCS)

SABP-Z-002B Functional Specification for Process Control Systems (PCS) and


Integration

SAES-Z-001 Process Control Systems

34-SAMSS-634 Local ZV Control Systems

34-SAMSS-623 Programmable Controller Based ESD Systems

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34-SAMSS-634 Local ZV Control Systems

34-SAMSS-716 Pneumatic Actuators On-Off Service

34-SAMSS-718 Electric Motor Operated Valve Actuators

SAES-B-057 Safety Requirements: Refrigerated and Pressure Storage Tanks


and Vessels

SAES-B-058 Emergency Shutdown, Isolation, and Depressuring

SAES-J-601 Emergency Shutdown and Isolation Systems

SAES-J-602 Burner Management, Combustion and Waterside Control


Systems for Watertube Boilers

SAES-J-603 Process Heaters Safety Systems

SAES-J-604 Protective and Condition Monitoring Equipment for Rotating


Machinery

SAES-J-901 Instrument Air Supply Systems

SAES-J-902 Electrical Systems for Instrumentation

SAES-Z-001 Process Control Systems

SAEP-250 Safety Integrity Level Assignment & Verification

SAEP-354 High Integrity Protective Systems Design Requirements

SAEP-1636 Installation and Check Out Plan

SAER-5437 Guidelines for Conducting HAZOP Studies

6.8.1.3 The following International Codes and Standards shall apply:


API 6FA Specification for Fire Test for Valves

API 6D Specification for Pipeline Valves

API 598 Valve Inspection and Testing

API 607 Fire Test for Soft-Seated Quarter Turn Valves

API 670 Machinery Protection Systems

NFPA 70 National Electrical Code (NEC)

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ISA S5.2 Binary Logic Diagrams for Process Operations

ISA S18.1 Annunciator Sequences and Specifications

ISA S84 Functional Safety: Safety Instrumented Systems for the Process
Industry Sector

IEC 61508 Functional safety of electrical electronic programmable


electronic safety-related systems

IEC 61511 Functional safety Safety instrumented systems for the process
industry sector

6.8.2 Application Software

6.8.2.1 Application software logics will be simple as much as practicable and have suitable comments
to indicate the functionalities of logics.

6.8.2.2 Application software logics will be segregated as per the four Layers of Shutdown and/or
isolation described in SAES-J-601 Emergency Shutdown and Isolation Systems.

6.8.3 SIS Requirements

6.8.3.1 The SIS System shall be a fail-safe, fault tolerant, Triple Modular Redundant (TMR) or Dual
Modular Redundant (DMR) PLC based system that meets the process reaction time
constraints and TUV certified to a Safety Integrity Level (SIL) of 3 as defined in ISA S84.01.

6.8.3.2 The SIS System and its associated hardware shall be totally independent from all other PCS
hardware, with the exception of I/O interfacing and communication links.

6.8.3.3 The SIS and associated circuitry shall be designed to be segregated from, and be totally
independent of, other regulatory control, sequence logic, or annunciator circuits. All safety or
control interfaces between the SIS and other instrumented systems, e.g. VMS, CCS, shall be
hardwired. Only informational signals may be transferred via communication links.

6.8.3.4 Sound engineering judgment shall be used in the layout of the I/O. I/O layout and segregation
shall be submitted to EPC CONTRACTOR(s) / COMPANY for review The entire SIS System,
including hardware and software, shall be from the manufacturers standard product line. The
PCS Vendor shall ensure that only system components and sub-assemblies that have been
installed and field proven on other Projects be used.

6.8.3.5 The SIS shall be a modular, fail-safe, standalone system. It shall be separate from all other
control systems and shall not require the correct operation of any other systems to fulfil its
function. Where required, equipment start-up logic may be implemented in the SIS system as
non-safety functionality.

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6.8.3.6 Contractor shall use Smart transmitters in lieu of Process switches. Switches can only be used
where smart transmitters are not practical, and with prior COMPANY approval.

6.8.3.7 ESD system diagnostic errors and status information shall be communicated to the DCS for
alarming, SOE, and historization. These diagnostic errors include but are not limited to:
CPU failures

Loss of external data communications

Loss of any safety bus communications within the entire ESD system

Loss of an I/O channel (identified to the associated card and chassis)

Loss or fault of an I/O module

Field or Chassis Power Supply failures

Cabinet fan failure or cabinet over temperature alarms.

6.8.4 Maintenance Override Switch

6.8.4.1 The ESD system shall incorporate an input bypass switch for each field sensor, except where
sensors used in 2oo2 or 2oo3 voting schemes. The input bypass switch is required to perform
on-line testing or maintenance.

6.8.4.2 Input bypass switch implementation shall be software configured. Input bypass switches shall
not bypass nor disable the 'trip' signal from an ESD input which drives associated annunciator
logic, a CRT's alarm display, event logger or data archiving devices either directly or via an
alias point address. Input bypass switches shall have restricted access by way of a common
key-lock and/or password protection scheme.

6.8.5 Power supply

6.8.5.1 CONTRACTOR shall provide two (2) separate, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) branch
feeders at 120 V AC, 60 Hz which are current-protected from independent power distribution
panels to each SIS System cabinet.

6.8.5.2 Branch feeders distributing power from the 120 VAC ESD bus shall incorporate over-current
protection for connected loads (rated at 125% of maximum possible connected loads).

6.8.6 Smoke Detection

6.8.6.1 Interiors of floor-mounted SIS System cabinets and other non-passive cabinets containing
power supplies shall be monitored by high-sensitivity air-sampling smoke detection systems or
equivalent detection systems that have at least two (2) adjustable set points.

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6.8.6.2 Smoke detection system shall be provided and installed by CONTRACTOR as specified in
SAES-B-014 Safety Requirements for Plant and Operations Support Buildings."

6.8.7 SIL Allocation

6.8.7.1 Licensor experience, HAZOP analysis and SIL review will define where protective actions are
required. All protective actions shall be assigned a SIL rating of 1, 2, or 3 and be implemented
in the SIS according to CONTRAQCTORs document:
Contractor
Doc. Name
Doc. N

Integrated Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Study


000-ZA-E-085003
and Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Allocation Procedure

6.8.7.2 SIS initiators shall be independent from control initiators.

6.8.7.3 SIS final elements shall be independent from control final elements

6.8.7.4 Sensors and final control elements used in SIL#3 SIFs shall be voted to provide a minimum
hardware fault tolerance of 1. Acceptable sensor voting architectures in SIL#3 SIFs are 1oo2,
2oo3 and 2oo4. Acceptable final control element voting architectures for SIL#3 SIFs are 1oo2,
1oo3 and 2oo4.

6.9 Rotating Equipment

6.9.1 Applicable Standards

6.9.1.1 The following Project Documents shall apply:


34-SAMSS-625 Machinery Protection Systems

34-SAMSS-821 Instrument Control Cabinets Outdoor

34-SAMSS-831 Package Unit Instrumentation

SAES-J-604 Protective and Condition Monitoring Equipment for Rotating


Machinery

6.9.2 General Requirements

6.9.2.1 Equipment which is not enclosed or hermetically sealed and is specified as near shore shall be
protected against failure due to windborne seawater spray and the accumulation of wetted
salts.

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6.9.2.2 The seal system shall comply with the requirements of 32-SAMSS-013.

6.9.2.3 Steam turbine drivers, when specified, shall be in accordance with 32-SAMSS-010.

6.9.2.4 For motor-driven units, the motor shall be in accordance with 17-SAMSS-502 or 17-SAMSS-
520,

6.9.2.5 Gas turbine drivers, when specified, shall be in accordance with 32-SAMSS-100.

6.9.2.6 Separate speed increasers and reducers shall be in accordance with 13-SAMSS-001.

6.9.2.7 Instrumentation shall comply with the relevant sections of 34-SAMSS-831.

6.9.2.8 The alarm and shutdown system shall be as specified in the purchase order and on the data
sheets. Electric switches shall be fail safe devices that close (energize) during normal
operation and open (de-energize) to alarm or trip.

6.9.2.9 Electrical installation shall comply with specification 17-SAMSS-515.

6.9.3 Vibration, Position and Bearing Temperature Detectors

6.9.3.1 Vibration detectors, key phasors, shaft axial position monitors and bearing temperature
detectors shall comply with 34-SAMSS-625. As a minimum, each compressor shall be fitted
with two shaft relative displacement (non-contacting) sensors (X&Y) at each bearing location
and dual axial position probes on each shaft in the machine equipped with a thrust bearing.
Each compressor train shall be fitted with one key phasor per speed. Settings for alarm and
shutdown shall be recommended by the compressor and driver Vendors and, where
applicable, the gear Vendor.

6.9.3.2 Each radial and thrust bearing shall be provided with two temperature sensors or a single
duplex type sensor. All wiring must terminate in a single externally mounted terminal box that
is accessible.

6.9.3.3 Equipment sound pressure levels for integrated unit train shall comply with Chapter 10 of the
present specification. The expected and guaranteed noise level shall be submitted for the
purchaser review and approval.

6.9.3.4 Vibration monitoring systems shall be powered from branch circuits of the plant UPS.

6.9.3.5 The VMS shall be fitted with redundant power supplies, reference Section 5.4.1.7 in 34-
SAMSS-625.

6.9.3.6 For each VMS cabinet, all A power supplies shall be on one branch circuit, and all B power
supplies shall be on a separate branch circuit.

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6.10 Machinery Protection System

6.10.1 Applicable Standards

6.10.1.1 The following Project Documents shall apply:


34-SAMSS-625 Machinery Protection Systems

34-SAMSS-821 Instrument Control Cabinets Outdoor

34-SAMSS-831 Package Unit Instrumentation

SAES-J-604 Protective and Condition Monitoring Equipment for Rotating


Machinery

To be defined Project Specification for DCS

To be defined Project Specification for ESD / Boiler BMS /SRU BMS / FHMS

To be defined Project Specification for PCS and Integration

To be defined PCS Architecture Block Diagram

To be defined MPS Block Diagram

6.10.2 Level 1 Critical Machinery

6.10.2.1 Level 1 critical machinery is defined as vital, non-spared essential rotating equipment and
essential turbo machinery which requires continuous on-line condition and performance
monitoring together with safeguarding facilities.

6.10.2.2 Dedicated VMS monitor racks shall be provided for Level 1 machinery.

6.10.2.3 Level 1 critical machinery also requires CMS decision support application software to provide
early detection of mechanical and operational events.

6.10.3 Level 2 Critical Machinery

6.10.3.1 Level 2 essential machinery is defined as rotating machinery which requires continuous VMS in
accordance with SAES-J-604, Protective and Condition Monitoring Equipment for Rotating
Machinery.

6.10.3.2 Level 2 machinery rack and module segregation shall be in accordance with SAE-J-604 clause
5.4, Module Segregation.

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6.10.4 Level 3 Machinery

6.10.4.1 Level 3 machinery is applicable to machinery that does not require permanent monitoring. A
portable data collector shall be used to collect off-line condition monitoring information directly
from the machines. CMS analysis would be possible by importing handheld data to CMS
directly.

6.10.5 Grounding

6.10.5.1 MPS system grounding shall be in accordance with MPS SUPPLIERs recommendations.

6.10.6 Smoke Detection

6.10.6.1 Refer to Project Specification for Process Control Systems (PCS) and Integration, for details
on smoke detection.

6.10.6.2 The interior of MPS cabinets containing power supplies shall be monitored by high-sensitivity
smoke detection systems that have at least two (2) adjustable set points.

6.10.7 System Availability

6.10.7.1 The MPS system shall meet the availability requirements defined in 23-SAMSS-010 clause
6.6, Availability, and the Project Specification for Process Control Systems (PCS) and
Integration.

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6.11 Vibration monitoring System (VMS)

6.12 VMS Requirements

6.12.1.1 VMS field sensors / proximitors and pre-fabricated cables between sensors and junction boxes
shall be part of machinery packages.

6.12.1.2 VMS monitoring equipment shall be located in dedicated VMS cabinets in the respective PIB
where VMS is required.

6.12.1.3 VMS cabinet design shall be based on stand-alone modular approach.

6.12.1.4 Each VMS shall be directly connected with a CMS server located in the same PIB.

6.12.1.5 VMS shall continuously monitor the data and status of all machinery inputs from connected
field instrumentation and shall re-transmit this information to DCS and CMS.

6.12.1.6 The DCS Operators Console shall be the operator interface for VMS data.

6.12.1.7 VMS systems shall be designed as Fail Safe.

6.12.1.8 VMS design shall ensure that no single failure shall cause more than one rotating equipment /
machine to shut down.

6.12.1.9 Trip logic initiators for vibration, axial position, bearing temperature and other sensors identified
by machinery manufacturer and verified by MPS supplier shall be configured in the VMS.

6.12.1.10 Trip output relay contact signals for vibration, axial position, bearing temperature and other
sensors identified by machinery manufacturer and verified by MPS supplier shall be hardwired
from the VMS to the ESD system.

6.12.1.11 Dedicated relay output contacts shall be provided for each type (axial position, radial shaft
vibration, casing vibration, bearing temperature and piston rod drop) of shutdown signal
generated in the VMS in accordance with 34-SAMSS-625.

6.12.1.12 Equipment shutdown logic shall be configured in the ESD systems, generating trip signals as
required to the rotating machinery

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6.13 Condition Monitoring System (CMS)

6.13.1 CMS General Requirements

6.13.1.1 The Condition Monitoring System (CMS), is the high level part of the MPS, and provides
machinery condition data and long term storage of information from the machines to provide
predictive maintenance, efficiency data, etc.

6.13.1.2 The CMS communicates directly with the VMS, accepts process data via an OPC data
communication link with DCS and gathers offline data collected using portable data collectors.

6.13.1.3 CMS data will be used by Project maintenance group and reliability group for historical
trending, machinery diagnostics, predictive maintenance and machinery performance.

6.13.1.4 The Condition Monitoring Systems (CMSs) shall be client / server based systems composed of
data acquisition hardware, a data acquisition server, diagnostic and analysis software,
client/server software, and communications hardware.

6.13.1.5 CMS functions shall include data acquisition, transient data capture functionality, diagnostic
and analysis functions, and provide current and historical information regarding the state of
Level 1 critical machinery, Level 2 essential machinery and Level 3 non-critical machinery.

6.13.1.6 CMS servers shall be provided with backup tool capable of performing image backup and
configuration files backup.

6.13.1.7 2.4.9 Dedicated CMS(s) shall be provided for each PIB having VMS.

6.13.1.8 Vendor shall provide a bi-directional, redundant, OPC interface between each CMS server and
the Process Control System (PCS) via the Process Automation Network (PAN). CMS data
analysis software shall be the latest version which shall include but not be limited to the
following functions:
a. Vibration analogue values

b. Orbits

c. Start-up data

d. Shutdown data

e. Digital status

f. Phase angle(s)

g. Power status

h. Any other self-check status (diagnostic) indicators provided by the VMS monitor(s).

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6.14 Compressor Control System (CCS)

6.14.1 Applicable documents

6.14.1.1 The following Project Documents shall apply:


34-SAMSS-625 Machinery Protection Systems

34-SAMSS-831 Package Unit Instrumentation

SAES-J-604 Protective and Condition Monitoring Equipment for Rotating


Machinery

to be defined Project Specification - Compressor Control System (CCS)

6.14.2 System Requirements

6.14.2.1 The CCS system shall be modular and configurable. It shall accept future expansion or
replacement of hardware and control programs online. CCS shall have minimum of fifteen (15)
years non-obsolescence & (15) years spare parts support, from time of Preliminary Design
Review (PDR).

6.14.2.2 High Sensitivity Smoke Detection System (HSSD) shall be installed in the interior of each floor
mounted cabinet. Refer to Project Specification for Basis of Design for Fire and Gas Detection.

6.14.2.3 Segregation requirements are based on the following criteria:


a. Operating Areas

b. Risk Areas

c. Parallel Equipment

6.14.2.4 CCS SUPPLIER shall segregate the design and configuration of the CCS hardware and
software to provide risk isolation for common or parallel plant equipment Redundant CCS
hardware shall be included but not limited to the following:
a. Power supplies for CCS equipment and field devices.

b. Main Control Processors (Anti-Surge, Performance ) with one controller configured as


primary and other controller configured in hot backup/standby mode

c. Input and Output modules used for control loops.

d. All communications modules, cabling and equipment required to communicate to the


DCS.

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6.14.2.5 Each controller shall provide failsafe and fault tolerant control - i.e., online redundancy with
automatic fail-over and fall back strategies, to ensure uninterrupted control in the event of
failure of a single controller.

6.14.2.6 All critical signals shall be hardwired between CCS and ESD to insure safe equipment
operation and full equipment protection. Critical signals shall include, but not limited to the
following:
a. Start-up/shutdown signals from ESD

b. Permissive to Start Signal

c. Load/ Unload Signal

d. Purge Signal

6.14.3 Surge Monitoring

6.14.3.1 Surge detection and protection algorithms shall monitor one or more coincident variables such
as compressor inlet flow, compressor discharge pressure, motor/driver power, or other
suitable process or machinery measurements that serve as a dynamic precursor of an
impending compressor surge.

6.15 Atmospheric Storage tanks

6.15.1.1 As a minimum, two overpressure/vacuum bleeder type vents shall be installed. Vents shall be
sized to handle a total of 125% of the maximum filling/withdrawal rates that are specified on
Data Sheet.

6.15.1.2 Vents for protection against overpressure/vacuum, while the roof is floating, shall be provided
as follows:
Their overall capacity shall be determined according to API standard 2000 requirements,
considering 25% of the filling/emptying rates and 100% of thermal breathing.

Vents shall be evenly distributed and close to the roof periphery enough vents shall be
provided close to the inlet diffuser in services where gas slugs are expected.

Vents shall be designed so as not to allow any carryover of stored liquid onto the floating
roof.

6.15.1.3 All open vents shall be protected by bird screens, except those in asphalt service. Fixed roof
tanks with internal floating roofs shall be treated as fixed roof tanks when determining their
venting requirements.

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6.15.1.4 When circulation vents are not installed in fixed roof tanks with an internal floating roof,
individual designated venting devices/arrangement shall be provided for the fixed roof and the
internal floating roof according to venting requirements of API STD 2000 and this specification.

6.15.1.5 Venting requirements shall be specified in accordance with API STD 2000, ATTACHMENT-2
(B) MANWAYS AND VENTS FOR TANKS and ATTACHMENT-2 (E) ROOF CENTER
VENT FOR CONE ROOF TANKS and the requirements of this specification.

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6.16 Fired Heaters

6.16.1 Applicable documents

6.16.1.1 The following Project Documents shall apply:


SAES-J-607 Burner Management Systems for SRU Trains

SAES-J-602 Burner Management, Combustion and Waterside Control


Systems for Water tube Boilers

34-SAMSS-619 Burner Management Systems for Water tube Boilers

SAES-J-603 Process Heaters Safety Systems

SAES-J-601 Emergency Shutdown and Isolation Systems

6.16.1.2 Process heater safety system is considered an Equipment Isolation System, as defined in
SAES-J-601. As such, the process heater safety system shall meet all requirements specified
in SAES-J-601.

6.16.1.3 The application of ANSI/ISA 84.00.01-2004 (IEC 61511 Mod) pertaining to establishment and
validation of SIL levels, is not required.

6.16.1.4 Process heater safety systems shall be designed based on API-RP-556, requirements
specified in this standard, SAES-B-058.

6.16.1.5 Allowable noise levels shall be in accordance with Chapter 10 of the present specification.

6.16.1.6 Allowable emission level shall be in accordance with Chapter 10 of the present specification.

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6.17 Instrumentation

6.17.1.1 All equipment shall meet the requirements as defined in IEC 61000-4, parts 1 to 6.

6.17.1.2 Instruments and control systems shall be tested by the manufacturer to meet the requirements
of Level 4 severity for contact discharge and air discharge as per IEC 61000-4 part 2.

6.17.1.3 Instruments and control systems shall be tested by the manufacturer to meet the requirements
of Level 3 severity for susceptibility to effects of electromagnetic fields generated by portable
radio transceivers or any other device that generates continuous wave electromagnetic energy
as per IEC 61000-4 parts 3. Test shall be carried out at field strength of 10 V/m in the
frequency band 27 MHz to 500 MHz.

6.17.1.4 Instruments and control systems shall be tested by the manufacturer to meet the requirements
of Level 4 severity for susceptibility to effects of repetitive fast transient/burst on supply, signal
or control lines as per IEC 61000-4 parts 4.

6.17.1.5 Temperature instrumentation shall meet the requirements of SAES-J-400, Temperature.

6.17.1.6 Thermocouples and resistance thermometers pocket assemblies shall be provided with
terminal heads certified for the appropriate area classification and afford environmental
protection to IP65 as a minimum.

6.17.1.7 Thermocouple extension wire shall meet the requirements of IEC 60584-3. Each pair shall be
individually twisted and shielded.

6.17.1.8 ESD loops utilizing thermocouple or RTD inputs shall incorporate burnout to trip (fail-safe).

6.17.1.9 All thermocouple actuated control systems shall contain 'burn-out' protection. The design shall
enable this feature to be switched between upscale and downscale operation.

6.17.1.10 Flow instrumentation shall meet the requirements of SAES-J-100, Process Flow Metering

6.17.1.11 Level instrumentation shall meet the requirements of SAES-J-300, Level.

6.17.1.12 Pressure instrumentation shall meet the requirements of SAES-J-200, Pressure

6.17.1.13 Pressure switch contacts shall be snap acting, single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) as a
minimum.

6.17.1.14 Hermetically sealed switch contacts are mandatory. Switches shall be designed not to be
mounted in-line for vibrating or pulsating services. Switches shall be such that they can be
calibrated without the need to remove them from their mounting.

6.17.1.15 Pressure instrumentation connected to the Safety Instrumented System shall have dedicated
vessel connections.

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6.17.1.16 Electrical systems for instrumentation shall meet the requirements of SAES-J-902 Electrical
Systems for Instruments.

6.17.1.17 Equipment for use in potentially hazardous atmospheres shall be selected in accordance with
NFPA70 and certified to CENELEC (ATEX). Flameproof enclosures EEx d II and non-
incendive EEx n are permitted in Zone 1 and Zone 2 respectively.

6.17.1.18 Increased safety apparatus EEx e II is permitted in Zone 2. However, Junction Box which
contain non-sparking circuits certified to increased safety apparatus EEx e II are permitted in
Zone 1.

6.17.1.19 No electrical apparatus and instruments shall be installed in Zone 0 for both gas & vapor
hazards.

6.17.1.20 Intrinsically safe (IS) instrumentation shall not be used unless no other option exists and shall
be subject to approval by the COMPANY. IS barriers shall be galvanic active type isolation
and shall be installed in safety area. IS calculations shall be compiled for the worst case
scenario for each type of IS loop. Each installed loop shall be compared against this
calculation and shall not exceed it. Where intrinsically safe equipment is approved for use, the
design shall be in accordance with SAES-J-903.

6.17.1.21 The IS control drawing may be replaced by a spreadsheet format to consolidate the entity
parameters. Instrument enclosures shall be protected to IP65 as a minimum and shall be
finished manufacturer standards suitable for the environmental conditions."

6.17.1.22 Control Valves shall not be used for any safety purpose, such as emergency shutdown (ESD)
valves, (ZV), or emergency isolation valves (EIV). Control valves may be used in sequence
control. However, for safety functions, credit shall not be awarded to the action of a control
valve.

6.17.1.23 All valves shall be assessed for their noise (sound pressure) level. Installed noise level at 1m
downstream of the valve and 1m away from normal to the pipe shall not exceed the limits
specified in SAES-J-700 Section 6.6.

6.17.1.24 Air failure mode (AFO/AFM/AFC) specified on the P&ID for any safety valve (ZV) or control
valve (CV) shall match with the action designated for that valve on the Cause & Effect chart.
For example, if the ZV is shown as to close in emergency scenarios on the Cause & Effect
chart, that ZV shall be designed and labeled on the P&ID as AFC, and vice versa.

6.17.1.25 Control valve actuators shall be selected so that on failure of the operating medium the valve
will automatically take a position (open, close, or locked) that will result in the safest
configuration for the operating unit."

6.17.1.26 Where the size of a control valve has an influence on the capacity of relief valves they must
carry a warning label. The inscription shall state: "WARNING TRIM SIZE AFFECTS RELIEF
VALVE CAPACITY" Such valves shall be avoided wherever possible.

6.17.1.27 Emergency Isolation and Shutdown valves (ZVs) shall meet the requirements of SAES-J-601.

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6.17.1.28 Housings for MOV actuators shall be a minimum rating of IP65.

6.17.1.29 MOV may only be used in ESD applications where a fail-steady response is required. Refer to
SAES-J-601 for ESD requirements.

6.17.1.30 Valve Actuators shall comply with : 34-SAMSS-718 Electric Motor Operated Valve Actuators

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6.18 Equipment Noise Limitation

6.18.1.1 Where large equipment has to be treated as a number of noise emitting components (e.g. fired
heater), supplier shall provide information for each of these separate components, obtained in
accordance with the procedures of EEMUA Publication 140.

6.18.1.2 Noise control measures shall not conflict with the other requirements of the equipment material
requisition.

6.18.1.3 Silencers and acoustic enclosures forming part of the supply shall comply with EEMUA
Publication 161.

6.18.1.4 The noise generated by the equipment shall not exceed the noise limits given in chapter 10, for
any of the conditions of operation, including turndown, start-up, shut-down and commissioning
of the equipment. The limits apply for the equipment as installed on site but excluding any
reverberation effects.

6.18.1.5 When stock equipment items cannot comply with equipment noise limits, secondary
measures will be necessary in the form of silencer and/or acoustic enclosure.

6.18.1.6 Detailed Noise limits are included in document referenced to in Chapter 10 of the present
specification.

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7 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

7.1 Applicable documents:

7.1.1.1 The following documents shall apply:


Presidency of Meteorology (PME) - General Environmental Regulations and Rules for
Implementation, 28 Rajab 1422 H (15 October 2001)

Saudi Aramco Emission Standards (SAES)

o SAES-A-102 Ambient Air Quality and Source Emission Standards

o SAES-A-112 Meteorological and Seismic Design Data

o SAES-E-004 Design Criteria of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

o SAES-G-005 Centrifugal Pumps

o SAES-L-310 Design of Plant Piping

o SAES-S-040 Saudi Aramco Water Systems

o SAES-E-014 Design Criteria of Plate and Frame Heat Exchangers

o SAES-D-100 Design Criteria of Atmospheric and Low-Pressure Tanks

o SAES-A-103 Discharge to the Marine Environment

o SAES-A-104 Wastewater Treatment, Reuse & Disposal

o SAES-S-010 Sanitary Sewers

o SAES-S-020 Oily Water Drainage Systems

o SAES-S-030 Storm Water Drainage Systems

o SAES-A-400 Industrial Drainage Systems

o SAES-A-401 Closed Drain Systems

o SAES-A-202 Engineering Drawing Preparation

Project Documents

o to be defined Design Basis Scoping Paper-

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o to be defined Basis of Design - Sanitary Wastewater System

o to be defined Process Description - Sanitary Wastewater System

o to be defined Basis of Design -Wastewater Treatment Plant

o to be defined Stack Testing Requirements

o to be defined GFU Gaseous Effluent

o to be defined Emissions and Effluent Summary to be defined Specification


Emission & Effluent Summary

o to be defined Project Design Data

o 085560 Environmental Design Criteria

Saudi Aramco Sanitary Code

o SASC-S-010 Water

o SASC-S-020 Sanitary Waste Water And Sewage Systems

o SASC-S-030 Solid Waste Management

o SASC-S-040 Food Establishments

o SASC-S-070 Camps And Communal Living Facilities

More detailed Environmental Requirements will be send within the purchase request
specification.

7.2 General

7.2.1.1 Environmental Requirements will be in compliance with the national (Presidency for
Meteorology & the Environment) and international (IFC - International Finance Corporation of
World Bank Group) regulation, and is structured in order to consider the following main
environmental aspects:
air emissions and controls;

drinking water and liquid effluents;

noise;

hazardous materials;

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solid waste production and disposal;

7.2.2 Fuel regulation

7.2.2.1 The fuel quality on the Project is regulated by PME regulation limiting Hydrogen Sulphide
(H2S) in fuel gas to 230 mg per dry standard cubic meter (150 ppm).

7.2.3 Source Emissions Limits

7.2.3.1 The design and standards of all sources of atmospheric emissions shall meet the air quality
criteria, specific emission limits and design criteria/procedures specified in Saudi Aramco
Engineering Standards (SAES),PME and waivers. The most stringent of the requirements will
beapplied as for the air emission control.

7.2.3.2 PME limits and requirements are listed in following table, together with project limits which
shall be applied to this project.

Air Emission Limits for stationary Point- emission sources

Source
Ref. Pollutant criteria Limits (a), (b)
Category

All emission PME 1982 Visible emissions/ Opacity 20% maximum, except
sources (except water vapor) for 3 minutes during any
continuous sixty minute
period.

PM10 150 mg/Nm3, 500 g/hr

Dioxins and Furans 0.0001 mg/Nm3

SOx 600 mg/Nm3, 1000 g/hr

NOx 500 mg/Nm3, 1000 g/hr

Carcinogenic Substances: 3 mg/Nm3, 25 g/hr


Class III;

Benzene

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Air Emission Limits for stationary Point- emission sources

Source
Ref. Pollutant criteria Limits (a), (b)
Category

Inorganic substances 15 mg/Nm3, 50 g/hr


(gas/vapour) including:

-Gaseous or inorganic
chlorine

compounds expressed as
hydrochloric acid

- H2S

Organic Substances: 150 mg/Nm3, 100 g/hr

Methanol

Fuel Gas for PME 1982 H2S, shall be limited by 230 mg/Sm3 (dry) (150
combustion utilizing amine scrubbing or ppm) in fuel
other appropriate gas
cleaning process to limit
hydrogen sulfide content of

fuel gases

Boilers, SAES- A-102 NOx (100 MMBtu/hr or 26 ng/J or 0.06 lb/MMBtu


Process 30MWth)
SAES- A-102 34.4 ng/J or 0.08
Heaters, and NOx (100 MMBtu/hr or lb/MMBtu
Other PME 1982 30MWth)
43 ng/J (0.1 lb/MBTU)
External PME 1982 PM (100 MMBtu/hr or
Stationary 30MWth) 1 g/J (2.3 lb/MBTU)

Combustion SO2 (100 MMBtu/hr or


Units 30MWth)

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Air Emission Limits for stationary Point- emission sources

Source
Ref. Pollutant criteria Limits (a), (b)
Category

Stationary SAES- A-102 NOx (gas fuel) 60 ppm (d), (e)


Combustion
SAES- A-102 NOx (liquid fuel) 80 ppm
Gas Turbines
(CGTs) (c) Dry @ 15% excess
oxygen

Flares SAES- A-102 Normal continuous flaring


rates:
Flare Gas Recovery
1MMSCFD System (FGRS) shall be
installed.
1MMSCFD

Visible Emissions /
Opacity: Smokeless.

Horizontal & short (<30 feet

in height) 20%

Prohibited

Notes:

Notes:

(a) In respect of PME limits for facilities not subject to continuous monitoring requirements: All
samples taken should meet the required emission limits specified.
(b) In respect of PME limits for facilities subject to continuous monitoring requirements, no daily
mean value of each substance emitted can exceed the required emission limit; 97% of all half -
hourly means should not exceed 1.2 times the required emission limit; No 30 minute
measurement shall exceed 2.0 times the required emission limit.
(c) Provide excess O2, NOx and CO analyzers. For NOx monitoring, CEMS System are foreseen
shall be foreseen.

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(d) For Gas Turbine driving Ain Dar and Seawater injection pumps, CPYs has approved waiver
LOG# 2639 for increasing the maximum emission limits to 108 ppmvd at 15%O2 Dry
conditions
(e) For Gas Turbine driving KhCPF Seawater injection pumps, CPYs has approved waiver LOG#
2640 for increasing the maximum NOx emission limits to 116 ppmvd at 15%O2 Dry conditions

Air Emission Limits for other air emission sources:

Source Ref. Pollutant criteria Limits


Category

Burn Pits (not SAES- A-102 Emergency operation only Technical requirements
foreseen for the and operational
Project, as per Ref.7 - Open burning of liquids and constraints as per
item PRO-082) gases generating NOx, SOx, SAES-A-102
PM, CO, VOCs.

Other Open SAES- A-102 NOx, SOx, PM, CO, VOCs, Prohibited, except as
dioxins and furans, etc. meeting requirements
burning dependent on the materials for Burn Pits

burned.

Fugitive SAES- A-102 & VOCs Maintenance/


Inspection and
emissions PME % of organic solvent lost in Monitoring 5%, and
g/hr mass thresholds
complete process through
apply
fugitive emissions

7.2.4 Dust emissions

7.2.4.1 Crushers to be located on project property shall be located at a minimum distance of 4


kilometres from major highways and public areas to avoid visibility and nuisance-related
problems, and the operator of the facility shall take all the necessary mitigative measures to
reduce particulate emissions from the crusher and associated equipment. This can include the
installation of bag houses, filtration systems, and water spraying techniques.

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7.2.5 Ambient Air Quality Standards

7.2.5.1 The Ambient Air Quality Standards (AAQS) are based on the national and international
legislation, included in SAES-A-102. They represent the maximum Ground-Level
Concentration (GLC) limits of pollutants permitted in air which, allowing for a degree of safety,
present no long-term hazard to human health or the environment.

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PME & Royal Commission Ambient Air Quality Standards

PME LIMITS
MAX. CONC. ALLOWABLE
POLLUTANT TIME PERIOD
EXCEEDANCES
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 1 hour 730 (0.280) 2 per month

24 hours 365 (0.140) 1 per year


1 year 80 (0.030) none
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) 1 hour 200 (0.140) 1 per year

Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) 1 hour 660 (0.350) 2 per month none

1 year 100 (0.050)

Ozone (O3) 1 hour 295 (0.150) 2 per month

Inhalable Particulate 24 hours 340 1 per year

Matter PM-10 (4) 1 year 80 none


Inhalable Particulate 24 hours NS NS

Matter PM-2.5 (4) 1 year NS NS

Carbon Monoxide (CO) 1 hour 40,000 (35) 2 per month

Benzene 1 year NS NS
Non-Methane Hydrocarbons 3 hours(5) NS NS
(NMHC)
Ammonia (NH3) 1 hour NS NS
Lead (Pb) 3 months NS NS
Chlorine (Cl2) 1 hour NS NS
Sulfates 24 hours NS NS
Cadmium (Cd) (6) 1 year NS NS

Carbon Disulfide (6) 30 minutes NS NS NS NS

Manganese (Mn) (6) 1 year NS NS

Toluene (6) 30 minutes NS NS

Vanadium (6) 24 hours NS NS

Xylene (6) 24 hours NS NS

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NS = None Stated

1) Readings are averaged over the period indicated.

2) Maximum ground-level concentration (GLC) value corrected to STP (Standard Temperature and Pressure conditions of
25C (298K) and 760 mm Hg.

3) Indicates the number of times a GLC may be in excess of the GLC limit value without registering as a violation of the
standard. Allowable exceedances are counted over a calendar month or year as appropriate using the Gregorian
calendar.

4) Exceedances of this pollutant as a result of natural causes such as sand storms are not considered violations of the
standard.

5) There is no adopted standard for NMHC; this level is a goal to aid in the control of ambient ozone concentrations.
Sampling period is 6 a.m. through 9 a.m.

6) These standards do not apply to individual facilities, but are considered an objective, which should be met in order to
protect the health and well being of the general public.

7.2.6 Liquid effluents

7.2.6.1 The wastewater treatment and discharges are regulated by PME regulations, Ministry of Water
and Electricity Office of the Deputy Minister for Water Affairs Rules for Implementation of the
Regulations for Treated Sanitary Drainage Water and its Reuse.

7.2.6.2 PME regulations control the water quality.

7.2.6.3 Project discharges shall comply with Project standards. Waste water and cooling water from
individual units is sent to a waste water treatment plant and common cooling water discharge.
These discharge limits apply to the waste water and cooling discharge and not to discharges
from the individual units.

7.3 Noise

7.3.1.1 The following codes and standards apply:


Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Presidency of Meteorology and Environment - General
Environmental Regulations and Rules for Implementation 15 October 2001

Royal Commission Environmental Regulations Volume 1 (Doc. No. A554-K-PRG-EV-


GEN-PER-023)

World Bank Group, Pollution Prevention and Abatement Handbook, General


Environmental Guidelines, July, 1998

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International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group- Environmental, Health, and


Safety (EHS) Guidelines

ANSI S1.4: Specification for Sound Level Meters

Engineering Equipment and Material Users Association (EEMUA)

o EEMUA Publication No. 104: Noise; A Guide to Information Required from


Equipment Vendors

o EEMUA Publication No. 140: Noise Procedure Specification

o EEMUA Publication No. 141: Guide to the Use of the Noise Procedure
Specification

o EEMUA Publication No. 161: Guide to the Selection and Assessment of


Silencers and Acoustic Enclosures

Conservation of Clean Air and Water Europe (CONCAWE)

o CONCAWE Report 4/81, The Propagation of Noise from Petroleum and


Petrochemical Complexes to Neighboring Communities

o CONCAWE Report 87/59, The Prediction of Noise Radiated from Pipe Systems
- An Engineering

o Procedure for Plant Design

International Standards Organization

o ISO 9613-1 (1993): Acoustics Attenuation of sound during propagation


outdoors-Part1: Calculation of the absorption of sound by the atmosphere.

o ISO 9613-2 (1996): Acoustics Attenuation of sound during propagation


outdoors - Part 2: General Method of Calculation.

o ISO 15665 (2003): Acoustics-Acoustic Insulation for pipes, valves and flanges

Project Design Data (ProIntegrated Gasification Combined Cycle)

o Doc No. VE-722623 (Rev C1)

o SAEP 13- Project Environmental Impact Assessments- 29 July 2012

o SAES-A-105 Noise Control - 5 August 2012

o SAES-F-007 System Design Criteria of Flares

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o SAES-J-605 Surge Relief Protection Systems

7.3.1.2 The noise limits and requirements applicable to the in-plant work areas are defined below:
Where feasible, the sound pressure level in plant work areas shall not exceed 85 dB(A)
during normal operation of the plant.

Work area is defined as any location greater than 1 meter from an Equipment surface
which may reasonably be occupied by plant personnel in the execution of their duties.

Normal operation includes planned startup, shutdown and depressuring.

Areas of the plant where it is not practical, using accepted noise abatement techniques,
to comply with the work area sound pressure level limit shall be designated and
authorized by the Company as "Restricted Areas".

In "Restricted Areas" suitable warning signs shall be erected and hearing protection and
noise refuges will be utilized to reduce worker exposure to these higher noise levels.

7.3.1.3 The sound pressure level anywhere in work areas during an emergency situation (including
blowdown or operation of safety/relief valves) shall not exceed 115 dB(A). The peak noise
level shall not exceed 140 dB(C).

7.3.1.4 As per SAES-A-105, prior to purchase of any piece of equipment, integrated unit or
replacement of pre-existing that will generate noise in excess of 85 dB(A) at a distance of one
meter, the Project Manager shall submit a completed Equipment Noise Data Sheet Form
7305-ENG, to EPD/ECD.EPD/ECD may visit the equipment manufacturer to verify
conformance.

7.3.1.5 Upon installation, equipment shall not generate noise in excess of 90 dB(A) at a distance of
one meter after feasible engineering controls have been implemented. If the noise level will
exceed this limit, the Project Manager shall submit a completed Form 7305-ENG, Equipment
Noise Data Sheet, to EPD/ECD, and shall obtain a waiver in accordance with SAEP-302.

7.3.1.6 Exceptions to this requirement are:


Emergency sirens, alarms, and loudspeakers.

Flaring during a single major process unit or major plant upset, which may not exceed
97 dB(A) (refer to SAES-F-007).

Surge valves that will be used for peak shaving applications, which may not exceed 105
dB(A) at maximum flow capacity (refer to SAES-J-605).

Seawater Injection pump Package at WIP facilities (as per waiver Log # 2604 and LOG
# 2686):

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o The maximum SPL at 1 m from any point of the whole package


(GT+GEARBOX+PUMP) shall respect 91 dB(A);
o The single item included in the package shall respect the following max. SPL at
1 m:
Gearbox: 90 dB(A)
Pump: 85 dB(A)
GT: 87 dB(A)

HP Compressor Package (COMPRESSOR+ GEARBOX) at GOSP 5 (see waiver Log #


2604): max. SPL at 1 m of 92.5 dB(A)

Propane Compressor (COMPRESSOR+ GEARBOX) at Gas Train 3 (see waiver Log #


2604): max. SPL at 1 m of 93 dB(A); as per PP-092004, Rev.N Design Notes, ID PiP-
035 noise reduction equipment needs to be installed in the discharge piping. (4)
Propane compressor motor B38-KM-0301 (waiver LOG# 2635): max. SP of 90 dB(A)
at 1 m;

Lower Fahdli Injection Pumps (LFIP), motor driven pumps with variable speed hydraulic
coupling (as per waiver LOG # 2759):

o The SPL of the motor shall be of maximum 88 dB(A);


o The SPL of the pumps shall be of maximum 87 dB(A) (including acoustic
lagging on the pump)
The SPL of the hydraulic coupling shall be of maximum 91.5 dB(A)

Salt Water Disposal Pump Motor (B85-GM-0214 A/B/C) with loaded motors: max SPL at
1 m of 88 dB(A) (as per waiver LOG# 2751);

Low Sulphate Water Disposal Pump Motor (B40-GM-8214 A/B/C) with loaded motors:
max SPL at 1 m of 88 dB(A) (as per waiver LOG# 2751);

Sea water booster pump package shall respect (as per waiver LOG # 2731):

o A max SPL of 91 dB(A) at 1 m from the package;


o the pump shall have a maximum SPL at 1 m of 87 dB(A) including the lagging;
o the gearbox shall have a maximum SPL at 1 m of 90 dB(A).
7.3.1.7 Noise control will be applied according to project specification: A00-A-DOC-VE-723841_0001:
Project Specification - General Noise Control Basis Of Design Requirements

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7.4 Hazardous Materials

7.4.1.1 In accordance with the Saudi Aramco Construction Safety Manual, appropriate measures shall
be incorporated to ensure that hazardous substances are safely handled and are not released
to air or ground.

7.4.1.2 Asbestos must not be used on the Project.

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