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TEI Risk Management Methodology

Risk assessment methodology Objective:

The main objective of the risk assessment service is to support, advice and assist the Owner in order to keep the implementation of Grati Block 2 project with no foreseen incident that could affect the planned time schedule, the quality and without exceeding the budget costs.

Power plant shall be completed and meet the performance as defined in the Owner requirement such as contractor/Sub-contractor personnel , consultant ,owners, existing block personnel safety ,equipment ,facilities and the environment , the operation start-up time, waste ,emissions, etc.) as well as able to be operated and maintained efficiently.

Methodology

TEI Risk Management Methodology Risk assessment methodology Objective: The main objective of the risk assessment service

General safety risk that could be discussed during the sessions:

         
     

Hazard

Facility/Location

What can go

Potential

Risk

Ref #

wrong?

Impact/Consequence

 

FA1

 

Car Parkings

 

The safety hazard

 

FA2

Admin Buildings

related to a particular

 

FA3

Block 1

facility, equipment or

 

FA4

Block 2

part of the process

 

FA5

Block 3

 

FA6

Hazard inheren

Block 2 HRSG

Safety risks inherent

   

to your process and

 

FA7

 

t to the facility

Block 2 Steam turbine generator

facilities

 

FA8

 

Block 2 Cooling water station

 

FA9

Block 2 Cooling water intake

 
 

FA10

Block 2 Cooling water outtake

 

FA11

Block 2 Water treatment extension

 

FA12

Block 2 Chlorination plant extension

 

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FA13

 

Block 2 Pipe rack

   

FA14

Block 2 Main transformer

FA15

Block 2 Switchyard

FA16

Block 2 Demi tank

FA17

Block 2 Desalinated water tank

FA18

Block 2 Fire and raw water pumps

FA19

Plant acess

Risk

   

What can go

Potential

Ref #

Hazard

wrong?

Impact/Consequence

CS1

 

Securing, entering, working in and

Oxygen deficient

The impact of the

exiting any Confined Space on site

atmosphere

event occuring is

CS2

Oxygen Enriched

explosion,

atmosphere

engulfement and

CS3

Discharge of gas/chemical into

release of toxic gases causing death or

space

serious injury to all

 

Contaminated

persons involved in

CS4

atmosphere

the work - Injuries

CS5

Welding, Grinding

would include burns,

Confined Space

Cutting

missing limbs, hearing

 

Work

Accessing the space

- Ladders

loss, visual

CS6

impairment,

CS7

Falling Objects

permanent physical

CS8

Poor or limited

impairment Critical equipment

damage or loss

causing major

performance effecting

lighting

CS9

Slips, trips, falls

 

Poor

CS10

communications

disruptions to plant

CS11

Vermin

both customer and client expectations

HW1

 

Welding, cutting and grinding of

High temperatures

The impact of the

 

materials in and around the plant

Chemical fumes

event occuring is fire

HW2

including Confined Spaces

(fluxes, etc.)

and possible

HW3

Grinding sparks

explosions causing

 

Gas leaks from

death or serious injury

HW4

equipment

to all persons involved

HW5

Exposure to radiation, heat and

in the work - Injuries would include burns, missing limbs, hearing

glare

HW6

Restricted vision

loss, visual

impairment,

Stress, Fires

damage or loss

HW7

Hot Work

Generation of toxic fumes during

permanent physical

process

impairment. Heat

HW8

Welding, Grinding

Critical equipment

Cutting

HW9

Arc flash exposure

causing major disruptions to plant performance effecting both customer and

F1

 

Accessing of Tanks and Racks.Using ladders, stairs, access platforms.

Working from platforms on silos or

client expectations The impact of the event occuring is

Fall from Heights and

Depths.

Entering a Confined Space

tanks

death or serious injury

F2

Working from a Ladder

to all persons involved in the work - Injuries

 

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F3

   

Accessing above ground tanks and

would include broken bones, head injuries,

equipment

spinal injuries causing

F4

Carrying equipment while

permanent disabilities Likelihood of minimal

ascending/decending

equipment damage

F5

Poorly lit wells and

but likelihood of loss

pits

of customer/client

F6

Inadequate seperation and barriers from open

confidence due to injured personnel

DG1

 

Unloading, storage and use of Haz

pits and wells Spill while unloading

The impact of the

Subs in and around the site including

chemical

event occuring is fire,

DG2

bulk storage and workshop

Chemical Spill in

explosions, release of

consumeables

Bunded area

toxic gases causing

DG3

Incompatability of

death or serious injury

stored chemicals

to all persons involved

DG4

Contact with chemicals during normal process work and clean up of

in the work and the surrounding industries and public housing. Injuries would include

chemical spills

burns, missing limbs,

DG5

Ingestion of chemicals while working with the

hearing loss, visual impairment, permanent physical

Hazardous Substances

substance

impairment, medical

DG6

and Dangerous Goods

Inhalation of chemicals while working with the

conditions from exposure to toxic gases

substance

Wide spread critical

DG7

Ignition sources

equipment damage or

DG8

Inadequate or inappropriate

loss causing major disruptions to plant

Storage facilities

performance effecting

DG9

Chemical contamination

both customer and client expectations as

in the surrounding

causing a reaction

well as general public

DG10

Contamination of environment from unplanned release of liquid or gas

area.

EW1

 

All works or tasks where components

Exposed wiring

The impact of the

 

of the work require electrical energy

electrical faults with

event occuring is fire

EW2

to operate - Switchboards, power

equipment

explosion causing

EW3

tools and pumps

Faulty switches

death or serious injury

EW4

No testing of

to all persons involved

equipment

in the work.

EW5

No RCD Protection

Injuries would include

burns, critical internal

organ damdge head

causing permanent

EW6

Electrical Work

Switchboard Failure

EW7

Performing HV

injuries, spinal injuries

 

Switching work

EW8

Working Live

disabilities Likelihood of minimal equipment damage to equipment and process but likelihood of loss of

 

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customer/client confidence due to injured personnel

DV1

 

All activities where staff are expected

Driver qualifications

The impact of an

DV2

or who have been given a vehicle to

Vehicle condition

event occurring road

 

drive for work related purposes

Drug or alcohol

consumption

traffic accident that

DV3

may cause various

DV4

Medical condition that precludes from

injuries to both VWA personnel and

Driving Vehicles

driving

members of the public

 

Poor Infringement

Likelihood of damage to VWA vehicles and also general public vehicles causing

DV5

history

customer, client, general public relations issues

MH1

 

All activities where personal effort is

Repetitive

The impact of the

required to move, lift push or carry

movements

event occuring is

MH2

materials around the work site

Overstretching

serious injury to any

MH3

Lifting beyond

persons injured while

capabilities

performing manual

MH4

Poor Posture

handling.

 

Manual Handling

Muscular Skeletal

Injuries would include muscular skeletal injuries that may cause long term and/or permanent disabilities causing

MH5

Damage

severe worcover claims and personal injury claims Likelihood of loss of customer/client confidence due to

RW1

 

Any activity carried out on or off site where the worker is not visible or is

Physical injury to worker going

injured personnel The impact of the event would be varied

isolated for more than 2 hours -

unnoticed

depending on the

 

including after hours work

Workers

circumstances but

RW2

whereabouts

injuries could range

Lone & Remote Working

unknown

from severe to minor

RW3

Workers condition

Theft and damge to

unknown

plant and equipment

RW4

Poor communications with worker

is also a possibility

WO1

 

All outdoor activities

Animal/Insect -

The impact of the

bites/stings

event would be varied

WO2

Solar radiation

depending on the

WO3

Working in Inclement

circumstances but

Working Outdoors

Weather

injuries could range

WO4

Heat stress

from severe to minor.

WO5

 

Traffic on roadways

Chronic effects from solar radiation would not present themselves for years

WS1

Working over time /Night

 

Fatigue

The impact of the

WS2

Stress

event would be varied

 

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WS3

 

All workers who are currently or will

be required to work shift or work at

Increased risk of

depending on the

injury

circumstances but

WS4

night

Increased risk of

injuries could range from severe to minor.

BC1

 

All tasks where contact with Raw water and trade waste materials is

process failure Contact with pathogens causing

The impact of the event would be varied

unavoidable

illnesses

depending on the

BC2

Poor personal

circumstances but

hygiene habits

injuries could range

BC3

Biological

Needle Stick injuries

from severe to minor.

 

Immunisation policy

not used

BC4

Contamination

BC5

Untreated open

 

wounds or grazes

BC6

Ingestion of contaminants from splash or contact

 

HA1

 

Storage Tank

Fire & Explosion

The impact of the

HA2

Release of contaminants to

event would be varied depending on the

Working in Hazardous

Area

surrounding areas

circumstances but

 

Installation of

injuries could range

HA3

 

improper equipment

from severe to minor.

HA4

Ignition sources

AC1

 

All areas of the plant where working

Exposure to

The impact of the

conditions could affect the health and

Vibration

event would be varied

AC2

safety of staff

Work Dusty

depending on the

Working in adverse

Environments

circumstances but

AC3

Work in adverse

injuries could range

conditions

lighting

from severe to minor.

AC4

Noise

AC5

Work around

 

ME1

 

Moving parts, pinch points rotating

Roadways Maintenance of

The impact of the

pumps/motors/blowers/scrapers.

moving parts

event would be varied

ME2

Mechanical energy.

Greasing/lubrication of operating

depending on the circumstances but

equipment

injuries could range

ME3

 

Testing/calibrating moving part or

from severe to minor.

EM1

 

All sites require evacuation, Fire and other emergency plans, training and

equipment Staff unaware of evacuation

The impact of the event would be varied

drills

procedures

depending on the

EM2

Using Fire

circumstances but

Fire/Emergency

Extinguishers

injuries could range

 

Management

Unaware of

from severe to minor.

EM3

Assembly Areas

EM4

Knowledge of fire and other emergency

ST1

 

All areas where workers are

options Uneven pathways or

The impact of the

expected to walk and access job

cement foundations

event would be varied

 

Slips, trips, falls

sites

Areas where water

depending on the

ST2

can pool

circumstances but

ST3

 

Uneven step and trend dimensions

injuries could range from severe to minor.

 

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OP1

 

The use of forklifts, gantry cranes,

Lack of licenced

The impact of the

elevated work platforms and cherry

operators

event would be varied

OP2

pickers

Poorly maintained

depending on the

plant

circumstances but

OP3

Operator compentcies to drive

injuries could range from severe to minor.

equipment

OP4

lifting equipment

Following all legislative compliance

standards

OP5

Not following standard operational

VI1

 

All visitors to site adhere to the

procedures Ability to control and

The impact of the

Visitors induction and all site rules

monitor large groups

event would be varied

VI2

Access to restricted

depending on the

Site visits

areas

circumstances but

 

Public

injuries could range

VI3

relations/Polictical

from severe to minor.

considerations

T11

 

Contractor/subcontractor

Failure during

The impact of the

/IP/Consultant personnel and all

Hydrotest

event would be varied

T12

personnel in the area

Radiation during

depending on the

Testing/Commissionning

Radiography test

circumstances but

T13

Flighing parts during start of rotating equipment

injuries could range from severe to minor.

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Assessment Category

Risk Element

Strategic Issue

…corporate or internal issues.

Project Planning

…not delivering the project to time and cost through failure to adequately define and scope the project parameters.

Project Management

…inadequate management of the Project.

Subcontracting

…subcontracting the project to a unreliable/insolvent company.

Design

…incorrect/faulty design.

Contract

…not delivering a profitable project through a failure to successfully negotiate appropriate initial contract terms and conditions

Contractor/Subcontractor

…. Conflict that could lead to unsafe condition of interruption of the activities …

conflict

Contractor's claim

….Contractor claim that could affect the delay or the cost

Legal

…regulatory non-compliance.

Technical

Issue that may need high qualification or high precision

Cost

…not being able to pay for the project or paying too much for the project.

Construction

…problems (eg. complaints, incidents etc.) caused due to the construction of a

project.

Commissionning

…Problems could be encountred during commissioning

Hand over of the Plant

… Problems could be encountred during plant hand over

Operations

…impacting on the operation of a plant.

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Potential

Assessment Category

Activity/Description

What can go wrong?

Impact/Consequ

(source of potential harm)

ence

 

Qualification

Not qualified,not certified

Defect

Skills

No adequate ability, precision,rework

Rework,delay

 

Not aware of New technology

Inapropriate

,techmics to be used ( protection

assembly

Manpower

Technology

system, ) ..

,installation

 

Lack of experience for specific

 
 

Experience

equipment

Defect , rework

Supervision

Lack of supervision,defect not detected on time( welding of pressure parts, special meterials, ) ..

Defect not detected on time

   

lack of apropriate procedure (

Missunderstandin

Construction procedures

Language)

g ,mistake

   

Missunderstandin

Construction Drawings

Lack of updated drawings

g ,mistake

Trainings

Lack of demonstration,video

delay

Documentation

Standards & regulation

Lack of reference standards,Unit of measurment,acceptance criteria

Ingreasing rate of defect ,damage

Vendors manuals

lack of specific vendor details

Defect,start fault

 

Preparation

Lack of information about size,position, orientation

Mistake

Equipment

Erection

Lack of information about Weight,wide,length ( erection of HRSG modules,damage of fin tubes, ) ..

Hazard,damage

Installation

Lack of technics of installation

Mistake

Lack of alignment , sealing,

Re-adjustment,

Adjustment

tightening requirement

Damage

Lack of procedures and

Testing

acceptance criterias

Re-test, damage

 

Inspection

Lack of systematic inspection

Increase of defect rate

 

Not able to autocontrol

Non-conform

Control

Auto-check

conducted activities

product

 

Non application of adequate

Omission of

NDT

NDT technics

defect

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Testing

Commissionning

Not adequate testing methodes,flushing ,steam blowing,preheating

Re-test, damage

Permit

Not having permit to work

Delay

 

Normal tools

Non availability of needed tools

delay

Tools

 

Non availability of needed

Inapropriate

Special tools

special tools

asembly, defect

   

Non availability of devises ,not

Mistake,wrong

calibtrated

test report

Mesuring devices Between new systems

Lack of details

Delay

Interconnection

Between new and existing

Incompatibility,misalignment,lack of cleaning and preparation

 

system (Tie-in)

,expansion joint

Delay,defect

   

Test

Testing

rejected,damage

 

Quantities

Lack of update of requirements Lack or excess of material

Delay

Materials

Quality

Not adequate material is available

Delay , money loss

 

Quantities

Lack or excess of consummables

Delay

Consummables

Quality

Not adequate consummable is available

Delay , money loss

Storage,facilities

Store management

Lack of adequate Management of stores

Delay, mistake in reciving and delivery

Construction activities Risk Review

The Grati Block 2 project construction Risk Review for this project must be understood in the sense of Construction Implementation Management Risk. Its aim is to highlight which measure should be undertaken and be placed in priority, because its risk would have significant impacts on the construction project.

It must be highlighted that this does not constitute a part of the operational Project risk assessment, in a similar way to a HAZOP which will be separately carried out by the consultant team and the Owner team.

As per ISO9001, 2015, Risk-based thinking enables the Project construction team to determine the factors that could cause its processes and its quality management system to deviate from the planned results, to put in place preventive controls to minimize negative effects and to make maximum use of opportunities as they arise.

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Similarly, the implementation of specific frameworks, for instance the Health & Safety system as per OHSAS 18000, or Environmental Management System as per ISO 14000, require a complementary approach to the evaluation of risk.

OBJECTIVE AND METHOD

This construction activities Risk assessment aims specifically at supporting Block 2 construction project team , by reviewing the entire list of the construction activities by all the participating parties, in order to complying with EPC requirement and avoiding any delay or incident by prioritizing the efforts and focusing them where the highest possible risks.

The objective of the project activities risk review is to review the entire construction activities list within a defined activity scope or area, and allocate to each asset a specific score reflecting:

The risk that a failure of the equipment represents for the project, the environment, and the safety of people on site,

The condition of the equipment, and in particular if it performs the function required

from it.

The situation considered throughout the analysis is the failure of an equipment and its loss of function. Multiple or cascading failures are not considered in this simplified analysis.

On the basis of the score, the main benefits expected are the following:

Review and optimize the material resources needed to perform the construction

activities Review and optimize the manpower qualification needed to perform the construction

activities and comply with the manufacturing specification and plant operation requirements.

Review availability of all required plans, devices and qualification to perform the testing and control needed to comply with the requirements

Ensure the awareness of all individuals involved in the project construction of all seen and unforeseen risks and hazards related with the construction activities.

Ensure all the preventive action needed to mitigate the defined risks\

SCORING GUIDELINES

During the review, each asset is given a score for its criticality, frequency of failure and condition, as explained below.

CRITICALITY

The criticality analysis covers 3 aspects of an asset failure:

  • - Health and safety impact

  • - Environmental impact

  • - Business impact

In order to make the analysis as objective and independent from subjective interpretations as possible, scoring guidelines are proposed, as shown below.

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Scoring criteria for the criticality analysis Frequency: The frequency reflects the likelihood of failure for each asset. Scoring criteria for the frequency analysis Risk: The Risk is scored according to a standard approach, combining:

  • - Criticality,

  • - Frequency.

The risk score is a combination of the criticality and frequency, as shown below:

CONDITION ASSESSMENT

In the proposed method, the condition assessment is separated from the frequency score (see above). As explained above, the frequency reflects potential issues related to the Concept / Design / Location / ongoing activities conditions / Technology.

The Condition Assessment will be used to reflect unusual rates of failures or breakdowns due to the mistake, omission, as well as the special environment surrounding the equipment during the construction phase and during the commissioning phase.

TEI Risk Management Methodology Scoring criteria for the criticality analysis Frequency: The frequency reflects the likelihood

Scoring Criteria for the Frequency Analysis

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In this review, the Condition Assessment is based on the combined knowledge and experience of the Risk Assessment team.

Information from advanced methods of Condition Assessment (eg. thermal, vibration, others), if available, can inform this scoring, however they will not be undertaken in this systematic review.

RECORDING COMMENTS DURING ASSESSMENT SESSIONS

During the Risk Assessment sessions with the major participants from TEI and the owner, discussions and shared comments form a very important part of the exercise. Various, and sometimes diverging, experience, from construction team and design team, will inform a shared appreciation, expressed in the agreed score.

The method requires to evaluate a very large number of construction activities in a reasonable timeframe, and all exchanges cannot be recorded. However, the agreed rationale that form the basis for the scores given should be recorded in a very simple way, in particular for the highest scores. It is important to keep the comments as short as possible.

This will ensure traceability of the reasons why scores have been selected, for the following purposes:

Justification, in case of any doubt during a review of the results,

Future updates which may be tempted to change an existing score. If the rationale has not changed, and the scoring criteria have not changed, the score should not be changed.

The comments are invited on the following aspects:

Criticality and Frequency Scores (Risk): key comments on the criticality (elements

relating to health and safety, environment, process) and what may happen if the equipment

fails or the function is not performed. Condition Assessment: justify the scoring in view of the criteria.

Suggestions from the group: beyond the assessment itself, the group may have suggestions for improvements, which should be studied and possibly implemented.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES DURING THE REVIEW

The construction activities risk review is organized as a workshop where both TEI and the Owner’s representatives are taking part. There are essentially two roles during the analysis

Facilitator: TEI team will be acting as the facilitator organizes and drives the

workshop to obtain the required result. TEI representative must be proficient with the method, and ensure that the audience is focused on the right questions, and shall confirm that scores proposed by the audience are aligned with the agreed criteria.

Group of technical specialists with a strong experience on construction and the plant

Owner team itself. The group will propose the appropriate scores, by bringing the input.

ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS

Given the above results, it is proposed to analyze the equipment on the basis of:

Criticality (Global),

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Condition Assessment.

Risk = Criticality x Frequency

The analysis of the criticality together with the condition will indicate the items that need most attention because they are more likely to fail (condition), or are obsolete (also recorded in the condition) and their failure will have a major impact on either Health & Safety, the Environment or the Production.

The analysis will be mainly subject to the following activities:

  • - All equipment in bad or unacceptable condition should be considered for overhaul or

renewal, unless it is decided to adopt a run-to-failure approach. The cross-analysis with the criticality score will indicate the priorities to undertake the overhaul / renewals,

  • - For all equipment which the overhaul / renewals are delayed (eg. budget issues), the preventive maintenance should be reinforced in order to avoid a catastrophic failure.

Risk REGISTER

Below are described issues found in the Risk Register. Some issues are general or found in several instances, while other issues concern specific lines in the register.

It must be note that NO CHANGE WAS APPLIED TO THE RISK REGISTER IN THE RISK REVIEW TOOL, in particular:

No lines deleted or added,

No corrections on names,

No corrections on codes.

This is essential, in order to keep consistency with the initial Risk Register, and for quality checks.

All issues mentioned below are duly noted in the Risk Review tool or in this report.

Level of Details in the Risk Register

The Risk Register must be adapted to its usage, in terms of asset decision making every three (3) months:

History of the previous construction activities,

Defect and repair performed,

Partial or total change and replacement.

New risk

Elements can be grouped according to construction needs and tasks. Similar types of equipment constructed systematically in the same tasks can be grouped.

General overview of Gratis Add-on block 2 construction activities are shown in the following table:

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Activities description

Activities description

Activities description

Basic Engineering & design

GTG control & protection sys

Safety Valves

Drawings, Procedures and manuals

Field Instrumentation

Pipe insulation

Civil work

Common Equipment & Infrastructure

Auxiliary cooling water system piping

Plant common

Outtake Structure

Feed water sys (HRSG) piping

Water and air supply system

Outtake Culvert

Condensate sys (STG) piping

Intake pump station

New cable trench (Switchgear area)

Steam sys piping

Gantry crane

Crane & Hoist

Bypass system piping

Circulating water system

Block 2 Electrical Sys for Power receiving

Auxiliary steam sys piping

Cooling water pipe

150 KV Sub-station extension

Compressed air sys power block piping

Basic Engineering & design

Station-service transformer

Closed cooling water sys piping

Chlorination system

DC& UPS sys

N2 gas supply sys piping

Water treatment system

EDG (container type)

HRSG #21,22 & 23

Desalinated water storage tank

Raceway sys

HRSG common

Demin Water storage tank

Power metering sys

HRSG #21,22&23

Make up water supply sys

Power receiving

Steel structure and casing

HVAC & Firefighting Sys

Instrument & control sys for Power receiving

Modules

BOP piping for plant Common

Auxiliary Colling water sys

Drums

Piping material procurement

Closed Cooling water sys

Ducts

Manual valves, CV, MOV, MRV

Temporary cooling Tower

Bypass stack modification

Compressed air sys (BOP)

CCW heat exchanger

Main stacks

U/G lines

CCW expansion head tank

Piping work

Pipe rack

CCW chemical additives tank

CEMS

Generator circuit breaker (GCB)

CCW tube cleaning sys

Auxiliary sys

Isolated Phase Busduct (IPB)

Condensate sys

HRSG Commissioning

STG unit Step -up Transformer

ATM flash Tank

Steam turbine and generator #20

Auxiliary transformer

Condenser Tube cleaning system

STG building

MV switchgear with auxiliaries

Feed water storage tank & Deaerator

Steam Turbine

LV switchgear & MCC with auxiliaries

Chemical dosing sys

ST generator

Power and electrical control cables

Sampling sys

STG auxiliary equipment

Electrical protection panel & DCS

Steam Sys

STG piping

Earthing and Lighting Material

Bypass sys

Lub oil sys

Raceway sys

Aux Steam sys

Lub oil conditioner

Power metering sys

N2 Gas sys

Block 2 commissioning

Instrument & Control sys (For cabined Power)

BOP piping for block 2 common

Steam turbine and generator #20

Risk assessment for high risk Items

The Asset Risk Review method applied is specifically aimed at improving the construction, by reviewing the entire asset base. This Asset Risk Review methodology does not consider all failure modes but rather the loss of function of each asset.

For equipment having a high-risk score, it is recommended to apply more comprehensive risk assessment methods as a second step.

The sheets shown below were printed and made available to the Risk Assessment Committee for the workshop sessions:

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TEI Risk Management Methodology Risk register Please find attached copy of the risk register format. TEI

Risk register Please find attached copy of the risk register format.

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