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Human Factors Engineering Valve Criticality Analysis

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACRONYMS 5

1. INTRODUCTION 6

2. OBJECTIVES 6

3. PROJECT SCOPE 7

4. COMPLETED VCA WORKSHEET (TAB A.1) 8

5. PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR VERIFICATION 8

6. REFERENCES ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.

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Acronyms
ALARP As Low As is Reasonably Practicable
AP Authorized Person
ATA Accountable Technical Authority
BfD Basis for Design
CMF Control Management Framework
DCAF Discipline Controls and Assurance Framework
DEP Design and Engineering Practices
FEED Front End Engineering and Design
FtW Fitness To Work
HAZOP Hazard Operation
IIE Initial Impact Evaluation
HEMP Hazards and Effects Management Process
HFE Human Factors Engineering
HMI Human Machine Interface
HSSE & SP (HSE) Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Performance
MER Medical Emergency Response
O&M Operations and Maintenance
ORP Opportunity Realization Process
PDO Petroleum Development Oman
PR Procedure
RAM Risk Assessment Matrix
TRA Task Requirement Analysis
TSE Technical Safety Engineer
SP Specification

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1. INTRODUCTION
The Valve Criticality Analysis (VCA) is conducted by the Principal to categorize valves
based on their criticality to normal and emergency operations as well as frequency of
use. This study is done not only to keep risks to health and safety, including risk of
human error, as low as reasonably practical but also to ensure that space for physical
access and other design requirements can be integrated into detail design as early as
possible.

Contractors are expected to be pro-active and engage with the Principal on valve
criticality and access requirements to ensure that these requirements are fit-for-purpose
and to prevent late design changes.

2. OBJECTIVES
The purpose of the Valve Criticality Analysis is to specify the requirements and give
recommendations for applying Human Factors Engineering (HFE) principles to the
design and layout of valves for facilities and equipment. It includes the following:

• A procedure for analysing and then classifying the criticality of valves for a specific
application;
• Guidance on selection of the appropriate type of valve operator/actuator;
• HFE design requirements for the location and orientation of manual valves.

Accessibility requirements of instruments and their associated valves are addressed in


DEP 30.00.60.20-Gen. and DEP 32.31.00.32-Gen.

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3. PROJECT SCOPE (INCLUDING CURRENT PHASE)

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4. VCA RESULTS WORKSHEET (TAB A.1)
No Valve Essential to Essential to Routine Low operating or Valve
Type production AI/PSM operation, inspection Category
inspection , frequency (i.e.
maintenance is once every 6
more frequent months to one
than once year).
every 6
months.
1 Valves associated with columns/vessels
2 Valves associated with tanks
3 Valves associated with exchangers
4 Valves associated with pumps
5 Valves associated with compressor
6 Valves associated with filters / strainers
7 Valves associated with control valves
8 Valves associated with SSDS (depressuring/blowdown) valves
9 Valves associated with relief valves
10 Valves associated with instruments (Note 1)
11 Valves associated with sampling
12 Valves in piping/pipeline
13 Other

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5. PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR VERIFICATION

REMEDIAL ACTION RESPONSIBLE PARTY DEADLINE

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6. REFERENCES

 Discipline Controls and Assurance Framework (DCAF) Tool.

 HFE Shell DEPs Version 40.

 PDO SP-1231: Occupational Health.

 PDO SP-1284: Signs & Signboards

 PDO SP-2215: Human Factors Engineering in Projects

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APPENDIX A: VALVE SPECIFICATION SHEET (TAB A.2)

VALVE Manual or (Service type i.e. HC, VCA PEFS


NAME DIAMETER AMOUNT
TYPE Actuated toxic, water) CAT NO

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APPENDIX B: PEFS

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APPENDIX C: ATTENDANCE LIST

ATTENDANCE LIST SHEET


Description:
Date:
Venue:
Conducted by:
Sr. Name Reference Job Title Signature
No. Indicator
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