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SITE INSPECTION VISIT (SIV)

Objectives:
The re-defined objectives of the SIV is to show management commitment to HSSE. The SIV is also meant to
reflect the need to enhance dialogue between frontline and office staff with particular emphasis on integrity
issues ie, HSSE, maintenance and business which has impact on integrity.
Programme
Listed below (but not exhaustive) are the areas that should be covered during the SIV:
-Operation Engineer to verify percentage of reviewed audit items for their timely close out with the aid of
existing inhouse audit trail system.
-To carry out site integrated inspection with emphasis on HSSE
-To verify the close out of incident recommendation actions items.
-To discuss/verify on PTW audit findings and find ways on enhancing its application.
-To discuss with the site team on any parts of the location HSSE case, its application and its implementation.
-To discuss/verify on progress of MFV/SLV/SIV close out and outstanding items, and to provide assistance if
required.
(referred to previous MFV/SLV/SIV reports)
-To highlight any issues related to ER preparedness.
Format and structure
The recommended format and structure for SIV is as followed;
-To be led by Operation Engineer. Shall consist of COMPANY Representative and CONTRACTOR
representative.
-To be carried out once per month per location
-To be firmly built in and clearly outlined inside LINE HSSE Plan
-SIV attandees criteria requirement;
- COMPANY Construction Engineer-Operation
- CONTRACTOR Operation Engineer
-HSSE Advisor/Coordinator/Engineer (COMPANY or CONTRACTOR representative)
-To allocate a minimum of 3 hours for the actual verification/inspection time (excluding briefing and
travelling time).
-To include the following specialists in the team (as appropriate);
- COMPANY Construction Engineer-Operation
- CONTRACTOR Operation Engineer
-HSSE Advisor/Coordinator (COMPANY or CONTRACTOR representative)
-Marine Department Representative (COMPANY or CONTRACTOR representative)
-SSB Occupational Health Nurse Representative
-COMPANY Construction Engineer-Project
Each SIV shall have a clearly defined objectives/targeted topics to be inspected and will be lead by HSSE.
Pre-mobilization briefing are to be conducted for each SIV team prior to the visit to ensure each SIV team
members are in alignment on the SIV objectives and targets.
Communication pack are to be prepared prior to SIV team mobilization for SIV team briefing and crew
engagement.
NOTE:
This checklist is generic and by no means complete. For any particular location, other checklist specific to
those activities performed there can be added on (ie, during Rig Safety Audit Rig SIV, checklists for
rigfloor, pump room, derrick unit, etc can be incorporated).
This checklist has been updated to include checks on location HSSE Case application.
Responsibility: HSSE
Yes No N/A Remarks
1 Has the "Permit Applicant" read the permit and received
instruction from the "Work Approval"?
2 Is the PTW valid?
3 Did the employees have a "Tool Box" talk before starting
their work?
4 Is the PTW posted at the job site?
5 Is there an adequate description of the work in the PTW ?
6 Does the PTW cover the scope of work being done?
7 Are all necessary blinds and isolations in place ?
8 Does the PTW describe the hazards present at the job site?
9 Are employees wearing the specific PPE as specified in
the PTW?
10 Is Level 4 PTW audit conducted regularly?
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12 Is the "Permit Applicant" present at site?
Yes No N/A Remarks
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14 JHA is signed by the involved parties?
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Yes No N/A Remarks
22 Do employees know that crane needs to be inspected prior
to use?
23 Do employees know that tag lines should be used to guide
load?
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30 The acvitity has valid PTW and JHA?
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specified in JHA?
condition ?
Has the crane been properly inspected and load tested?
Is the crane operator properly licensed?
Have sling/shackles been inspected and in acceptable
C. Mobile Equipment - Crane/Lifting
Can the ground/platform conditions adequately support the crane?
Are the outriggers fully extended?
Are the outriggers pads the correct size?
Have Applicants, Coordinators, Work Approvers and Permit Authorizers
attended relevant training course?
A. Permit to Work (PTW)
Typical ERP program addressed in the JHA?
B. Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
Correct PPE used as specified in the JHA?
Correct equipment and tools used as specified in the JHA?
Barricade with warning signs were installed as specified in the JHA?
JHA adequately describe the scope of work, location, potential hazards
& control measures and consistent with the PTW?
JHA is available & attached with PTW at the work site?
Work Supervisor briefed the workers on the scope of work and
precautions specified in JHA?
Employees understand the scope of work & precaution
Yes No N/A Remarks
31 Do employees know how to determine what type pf PPE for
various task?
32 Do employees observe the requirement in the procedure/
PTW/JHA?
33 Do employees know how to obtain proper gloves for specific
work?
34 Do employees know that the protection factor for 1/2 face
respirators is 10x the PEL and for a full face is 50x the PEL?
35 Are employees/contractors wearing proper PPE as defined
on permit?
36 Is PPE properly maintained?
Yes No N/A Remarks
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49 Are scheduled wastes properly segregated, packed & labelled?
Yes No N/A Remarks
50 Has the ER implemented & maintained at worksite?
51 Are those ER procedures tested?
52 Is all the ER equipment (e.g. fire extinguishers, fire hoses)
in place?
53 Are the ER drills/testings conducted at worksite?
54 Are the ER drills/testings conducted regularly?
55 Are the ER drills/testings record and attendance properly kept?
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Yes No N/A Remarks
58 Is the HSE Incident Sharing session conducted at worksite?
59 Is the HSE Incident Sharing session conducted regularly?
60 Are the HSE Incident Sharing record & attendance properly kept?
61 Are the HSE Incident Sharing materials posted at HSE notice board?
alarm activated?
G. HSE Incident Sharing
collection?
Do employees aware and understand the emergency alarm?
Do employees know appropriate action to be taken when emergency
F. Emergency Response (ER)
Are all trash containers properly managed?
E. Housekeeping
Are sufficient containers available for non scheduled waste
Is there damaged equipment (insulation, lighting)?
Are guards in placed on all rotating equipment?
Are compassed gas cylinders properly secured?
Are bolts, studs & small parts properly placed at site?
Is unused equipment, scaffolding, removed from site?
Is working area free of debris, oil, slipping/tripping hazards?
Are there any leaks that can cause hazard to personnel?
Are stairs/walkways clear of tools & materials?
Are buildings/canteen/toilets/working areas clean?
Are unused hoses/cables rolled up?
D. Personnel Protecting Equiptment (PPE)
Responsibility: CEO
Accomodation Yes No N/A Remarks
1 Rate the overall housekeeping of the hallways and
staterooms.
2 Are two means of exit at each level on opposite sides of the
accommodation?
3 Are the exits clearly marked and illuminated?
4 Are the luminous arrows indicating escape routes?
5 Are the following posted at every level:
-Station bill in English and the national language?
-Life saving and fire control equipment plan?
-Policy prohibiting drugs, alcohol and weapons at the
worksite?
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Are smoking areas provided with ash trays, metal waste
paper baskets? Are emergency procedures posted?
7 Are the alarms audible in all hallways and staterooms in the
accommodation?
8 Are fire extinguishers/hose cabinets provided as per fire
plan?
9 Has the light/noise survey being carried out?
10 Is the lighting adequate (no bulbs/tubes missing or fused, no
covers missing)?
11 Is the emergency lighting provided and working?
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Is it tested by the Competent Person weekly and recorded?
13 Does the air handling system maintain a comfortable
temperature in all areas of the accommodation?
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Does the system have a percentage of fresh air intake?
15 Is an air quality sampling system in place?
16 Are air filters cleaned and disinfected monthly?
17 Is the exposed electric wiring run through conduits and
electrical outlets provided with a ground?
18 Are handrails in halls and stairways secure, no sharp edges
and easy to negotiate?
19 Are all carpets free of oil and dirt?
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Are the stairs free of slippery substances and obstacles?
-Are foot mats provided of the non slip type?
21 Is there a bulletin board provided for HSE alerts and other
HSE related information?
22
Is a complete set of master keys kept in the Control Room to
access accommodations in the event of a fire
23 Is a HSE suggestion box provided?
24 Is a pest control programme in place?
- Is it being carried out by authorised trained personnel?
Toilet
25 Are work boots prohibited inside the living quarters?
- Bathroom/toilets
26 Rate the housekeeping of:
- Floors
- Shower stalls and curtains
- Wash basins
- Toilets and urinals
27 Are wash hands after visiting toilet signs posted?
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28 Are mats provided in shower stalls?
29 Are the drains clear in the shower stalls?
30 Are the bathroom/toilet locks functioning?
31 Are the bathroom/toilet doors and sliding guide in good
condition?
32 Are all flushes working?
33 Are the floors dry in the bathroom?
34 Are the taps in the wash basins and showers marked hot and
cold and properly working?
- Is there any bad smell/odour?
35 Are ventilation exhausts working?
- Is soap/degreaser in place?
36 Are all lights in the bathroom and toilet are working?
- Are hand drying machines working and disposable paper
towels provided?
Cabin
37
Is smoking rule strictly enforced in the accommodation?
38 Are laundry bags available and used?
39 Are smoke or heat detectors installed in all cabins and
working?
40 Are they tested weekly by the competent person and
recorded?
41 Are ladders provided to reach upper bunks?
42 Is a life vest provided for every bunk in the cabin?
43 Are mattresses firm and provide good back support?
44 Are smoking in bed forbidden signs put up in the
staterooms?
Laundry
45 Rate the housekeeping of the laundry.
46 Are the washing machines and dryers bolted down?
47 Is smoking prohibited in Laundry Area?
48 Do the dryers vent in an area clear of people or flammable
materials?
49 Are dryer vent screens cleaned every tour?
50 Is the electric iron unplugged when not in use?
51 Is the ironing cable in good condition?
52 Are smoke detectors installed and working?
53 Are shelves, worktable, ironing board adequate?
Location: Electrical Switch Room
54 Is the stairway freely accessible, steps skid-proof, handholds
installed.
55 Sign attached to entrance: "Electrical Switch Room
Authorised Personnel Only" and "Over Pressure Room
Keep Door Shut".
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Are doors to the switch room kept closed at all times, are
latch handles in good working order and easy to operate,
rubber inlay in door undamaged and sealing properly?
57 Status light intact?
58
Deck surface covered throughout with non-conductive
matting no extended edges or bumps within the matting?
59 Holder with two eye wash bottles installed, seals of bottles
intact?
60 Is ventilation fully operational and maintained as
recommended (over pressure)?
61
Is the telephone operational and is a register attached?
62 GP-Alarm: Glass undamaged, hammer attached?
63
Are fire detectors visibly in good order and safely attached"
64 Are loudspeakers operational and not covered with any
obstructive materials?
65 Is the lighting fully intact, and are lamp covers clean and
undamaged?
66 Is the emergency exit indicated accordingly and is free
access maintained at all times?
67 Are airline outlets facing at least o downward from the
horizontal to blow off in a safe area.
68 Are hand tools and test equipment in a safe-to-work
condition?
69 Are fire extinguishers in position and ready to use, have they
been examined within the last half year?
70 Are "Caution notices" and "Danger notices" kept readily
available and are they used as required?
71
Is the procedure followed to employ a second man as
standby man when work is carried out on live equipment?
72 Do electricians have valid certificates authorising them to
conduct electrical work?
73 Is the Permit-to-Work System observed and followed
accordingly?
74 Is there a Lock Out Box installed and is it used in accordance
with the provisions laid down in the Standing Instructions
Electrical?
75
Is the notice how to treat electric shocks, clearly displayed?
76
Is there a proper amount of safety padlocks kept readily
available, and are they used in accordance with SIE?
Location: Engine Room
77 Is the access door from the workshop well maintained, latch
handles complete and easy to operate, rubber inlay tightly
fitted and sealing well?
78 Sign attached to the door: "Wear Ear Protection"?
79 Is there a good meaning of transmitting the control station
to the personnel?
80 Is the surface plating skid-proof and are main access ways
not obstructed by materials or stores?
81 Are fire extinguishers in position and ready for use, have
they been examined within the last half year?
82 Is a holder with two eye wash bottles installed at a freely
accessible place and are seals of bottles intact?
83
Does the ventilation work properly (over-pressure) and are
the ventilation ducts guarded with mesh wire?
84
1" fire hose reel: All fittings leak-proof, spray nozzle closed,
not obstructed by any materials, free access maintained?
85 GP Alarm: Glass undamaged, hammer attached, free access
maintained?
86 Are fire detectors visibly in good condition and solidly
attached?
87 Are loudspeakers operational and not covered with any
obstructive materials?
88 Is the lighting fully intact and are lamp covers clean and
undamaged?
89 Are all gulley covers installed and not prone to movement
when stepped on?
90 Are all electrical sockets protected by covers, and are they
kept closed when not in use?
91 Is there a full range of hand tools available and are they in a
safe-to-work condition?
92 Is all lifting gear stored or installed there, properly tested
and clearly marked with SWL, Plant-Noand current colour
code?
93 Is there a flashing-light installed to indicate incoming calls on
the intercom system and is it functioning?
94 Are toe boards installed throughout all walkways around
engines, and are all necessary openings in these walkways
secured by toe board?
95 Are particularly protruding engine parts and valves,
extending into the walkways marked with red paint to make
them more visible?
96 Are emergency exits marked accordingly and is free access
maintained at all times?
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Are stairways around engine module in a safe condition?
a) Steps undamaged and skid-proof.
b) Railings or handholds complete and undamaged.
c) Toe boards installed throughout.
d) Landing of skid-proof plating or coated with anti-slip.
98 Are all access ways to the engine module signposted as
follows:
a) "Authorised Persons Only"?
b) "Over Pressure Room Keep Door Shut"?
99 Are both access ways to the engine room and accesses to
compressor room marked with the sign "Wear Ear
Protection"
100 Are doors in this area functioning properly and easy to
open/close?
101 Are guards in place on machinery with exposed moving
parts, rotating, electrically charged or not parts which may
constitute a hazard?
102
Are fuel tanks/lube oil tanks clearly labeled "flammable"?
"No welding/hotwork" signs clearly displayed?
103 Is a schematic of the fuel transfer procedure posted at the
fuel transfer pump location?
Location: Engine Room
104 Is the access door from the workshop well maintained, latch
handles complete and easy to operate, rubber inlay tightly
fitted and sealing well?
105 Sign attached to the door: "Wear Ear Protection"?
106 Is there a good meaning of transmitting the control station
to the personnel?
107 Is the surface plating skid-proof and are main access ways
not obstructed by materials or stores?
108 Are fire extinguishers in position and ready for use, have
they been examined within the last half year?
109 Is a holder with two eye wash bottles installed at a freely
accessible place and are seals of bottles intact?
110
Does the ventilation work properly (over-pressure) and are
the ventilation ducts guarded with mesh wire?
111
1" fire hose reel: All fittings leak-proof, spray nozzle closed,
not obstructed by any materials, free access maintained?
112 GP Alarm: Glass undamaged, hammer attached, free access
maintained?
113 Are fire detectors visibly in good condition and solidly
attached?
114 Are loudspeakers operational and not covered with any
obstructive materials?
115 Is the lighting fully intact and are lamp covers clean and
undamaged?
116 Are all gulley covers installed and not prone to movement
when stepped on?
117 Are all electrical sockets protected by covers, and are they
kept closed when not in use?
118 Is there a full range of hand tools available and are they in a
safe-to-work condition?
119 Is all lifting gear stored or installed there, properly tested
and clearly marked with SWL, Plant-Noand current colour
code?
120 Is there a flashing-light installed to indicate incoming calls on
the intercom system and is it functioning?
121 Are toe boards installed throughout all walkways around
engines, and are all necessary openings in these walkways
secured by toe board?
122 Are particularly protruding engine parts and valves,
extending into the walkways marked with red paint to make
them more visible?
123 Are emergency exits marked accordingly and is free access
maintained at all times?
124
Are stairways around engine module in a safe condition?
a) Steps undamaged and skid-proof.
b) Railings or handholds complete and undamaged.
c) Toe boards installed throughout.
d) Landing of skid-proof plating or coated with anti-slip.
125 Are all access ways to the engine module signposted as
follows:
a) "Authorised Persons Only"?
b) "Over Pressure Room Keep Door Shut"?
126 Are both access ways to the engine room and accesses to
compressor room marked with the sign "Wear Ear
Protection"
127 Are doors in this area functioning properly and easy to
open/close?
128 Are guards in place on machinery with exposed moving
parts, rotating, electrically charged or not parts which may
constitute a hazard?
129
Are fuel tanks/lube oil tanks clearly labeled "flammable"?
"No welding/hotwork" signs clearly displayed?
130 Is a schematic of the fuel transfer procedure posted at the
fuel transfer pump location?
Responsibility: OH
Accomodation
Galley Yes No N/A Remarks
1 Rate the galley housekeeping:
2 Are the exhaust fans working?
3
Are the exhaust fan and ducts clear of oil, grease and dirt?
4 Electric ovens, hot plates properly wired, grounded, all
covers in place and thermostats functional?
5 Are CO2 or dry powder extinguishers as provided per fire
plan?
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Are fire blankets (water gel) installed in a convenient area?
7 Is the galley crew trained in fire fighting?
8 Are the catering staff clean and neatly dressed and are
wearing shoes?
9
Have catering crew been trained in good housekeeping and
food handling by approved institution?
10 Are catering crew provided with uniforms and protective
clothing?
11 Are catering staff hands checked for cleanliness, cuts and
abrasions by the camp boss everyday?
12
Are the catering staff medical check-ups/examination up to
date and reports available with medic?
13 Is the garbage sorted into food, metals and plastics, and
paper before disposal?
14 Is the garbage food grinder working and is food waste
ground and discharged to sea?
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Does the galley flooring have sufficient non skid quality?
16 Are fire or heat detectors installed and working?
- Are the food warmer in good condition and are the
temperatures set correctly (68C)?
17 Are knives and other cutting equipment stored in a rack or
sheath after use?
- Is the flour mixer being regularly cleared?
18 Are handles of pots and pans turned away from walk areas
and kept over the cooking platform only?
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Are all burners turned off when the area is unattended?
20 Are the side covers of the cooking range in place?
21 Are pest control chemicals stored in separate cabinets from
medicines and foodstuffs?
22 Is the galley free of cockroaches and insects?
23 Is the lighting adequate for the job being performed?
- Are chopping boards in good condition and clean?
Mess Yes No N/A Remarks
24
Are fruits e.gapples, water melon washed before serving?
- Are they properly stored (or wrapped) if not served
immediately?
25 Rate the overall house keeping in the mess
- Are cold dishes e.gsalad sauces served and stored under
control temperature?
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Are tables always cleared and cleaned after serving hours?
- Are tongs available to pick-up food?
27 Are all cups, glasses, plates in good condition without
damage?
28
Are cutlery and crockery kept clean and sanitized after use?
- Is the ice-cream/ice maker working and clean?
29
Is the potable water laboratory tested at least twice a year?
30 Is the station bill posted (English and the predominant
national language) in the mess room?
Cold Storage/Dry Storage Yes No N/A Remarks
31 Rate the house keeping of
- Floors and walls
- Shelves, cupboards, trays and bins
32 Are all the delivery boxes being removed and replaced with
plastic basket or trays?
33
Do the floors in the cold store have good non-skid quality?
34 Temperatures maintained at recommended levels: Meat
Rm. minus 12C, Fish Rm. minus 18C, Dairy - 5C, Handling
Rm. -5C.
- Is thawing of frozen food done in the chiller or under
controlled temperatures?
35 Does the camp boss record temperatures daily?
36
Is a Locked-in help alarm provided inside the freezer?
37 Does the camp boss function test the alarm weekly?
38 Is the freezer provided with a quick release lock?
39 Are the food supplies that require expiry date have that
Malaysian marking on them?
40 Are vegetables stored in washable clean trays (vs directly on
shelves?
41 Do the shelves appear to be of adequate strength by design
and maintenance?
42
Are the shelves provided with savealls to prevent spillage?
43 Is all food stored off deck?
- Does the camp boss check that there is no food stuff boxes
on the floor?
44 Is all food protected from freezer burn?
45 Is protective clothing available for personnel entering the
cold storage?
46 Are the meat, fish and dairy products transported to the
location in a refrigerated container?
- Is the temperature of the refrigerated container maintained
at a minus 12C?
47 Is ladder or stool available and used to reach the upper
shelves?
48 Are heavier items stored at deck or waist level?
49
Are frequently used articles kept at waist to chest level?
Recreation Room
50 Rate the housekeeping of the recreation room: Cleanliness
of floor/carpet area. Tidiness (magazines lying around,
video tapes piled up etc.).
51
Are adequate ash trays and waste paper baskets provided?
52 Are the ash trays and wastepaper baskets cleaned out at
least twice a day?
53 Is the Station Bill posted?
54
Are smoke detectors provided as per the fire control plan?
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Are fire extinguishers placed as per the fire control plan?
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Are wastepaper baskets used for stubbing out cigarettes?
57 Is there at least feet distance between viewers and the TV
screen?
- Is furniture kept in good condition?
Clinic
58 Rate the housekeeping of the clinic:
- Floors, walls, beds etc.
- Medical equipment and instruments.
59 Are all medicines stocked neatly and within date?
60
Is all equipment and instruments in good working order?
61
Are oxygen cylinders within date and stocked up on racks?
62 Is the medicine inventory up to date and taken at the
beginning and end of medics hitch?
63
Is the first aid register maintained on a day to day basis?
- Is First Aider training up to date?
64 sink having constant supply of hot and cold water.
65 foot bath, or basin, or bowl suitable for this use.
66 Is the minimum required medicines in the clinic?
67 Are all first aid kits checked weekly and made complete if
used?
68 Are all eyewash stations checked daily by the medic?
69 Does the SOHO know the emergency medical evacuation
procedure?
70 Has SOHO attended a refresher course within the last 2
years?
71 Is the clinic used only for that purpose?
72 Does the SOHO record in the arrivals register, anyone on
prescribed drugs or who had been hospitalised prior to
coming on to location?
73
Does the SOHO maintain a register to record the name of
any person who is taking prescription drugs, the reason for
taking it, the date, and how long that person should take it?
74 Are the prescribed drugs kept in their original bottles
showing the users name on the label?
75
Does the HSE focal point review the First Aid Log weekly?
76 Does the SOHO report to the HSE Focal Point any person
unable to work due to sickness?
77 Are the following medicines in stock (or on order)
2 ampoules inj. Pethidine 50 mg.
2 ampoules inj. Morphine 10 mg/15 mg.
5 ampoules inj. Talwin 30 mg.
5 ampoules inj. Valium 10 mg.
50 pcs. tab Somesc 0.25 mg.
Responsibility: Marine
Location: Crane Equip/Operation Yes No N/A Remarks
Are all wire ropes in good visual condition free from kinks,
flat spots and broken wires?
1 Load line?
2 Fast line?
3 Boom hoist line?
4 Standing lines?
5
Are all end fittings in good condition (pins, sockets, etc.)?
6 Are all pins, sockets, padeyes for wire termination and the
boom NDTd yearly?
7 Are the drum sockets in good condition?
8 Are the drum sockets in good condition?
9 Are there at least 4 wraps on the drum when the fast line
and load line hook is on the deck of a work boat?
10 Are following sheaves in good condition, greased, turning
freely and the correct size for the wire rope?
11 Fast line sheaves?
12 Load line sheaves?
13 Boom hoist sheaves?
14 A-frame sheaves?
15 Hook Sheaves?
16 Does the hook turn freely?
17 Does the hook latch work properly?
18
Has the hook been NDT inspected within the last 4 years?
19
If wood braces or bumpers are fitted on the boom are they
in good condition and well secured with wire mesh?
20 Is a block saver fitted to the load line and the fast line?
21 Are the cranes fitted with load charts?
22 Are weight indicators fitted on the fast line and the load line
and functional?
23 Is an over boom stop fitted?
24 Is there anything on the boom that can fall?
25
Is the headache ball properly attached (wedge socket)?
26 Are any safety devices altered? Are they test date least once
27
Are the brakes in good condition and do they hold the load?
28 Is a boom angle indicator installed and working?
29 Can the crane operator see out of the cab clearly?
a) Is all of the glass in the cab in place and clear from paint
and cracks?
b) Can the cab be locked?
30 Are windscreen wipers fitted?
31 Is there any fuel or oil leaks?
32 Are guards for rotating machinery in place?
33 Is the exhaust spark arrested?
34 Rate the housekeeping on the crane.
35 Is there a loudspeaker for the crane operator to
communicate with the crew?
36 Is there a horn to warn people?
37 Is a VHF radio installed for talking to the boats?
38 Is the crane pedestal clear of flammables?
39 Is the safe working load marked on the boom?
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Is there unobstructed access to the crane cab from the deck?
41
Are ladders, platforms and handrails in good condition?
42 Do toe boards % cover all platforms?
a) Is there a designated departure/landing for personnel
(baskets which is well illuminated)?
b) Is travel by basket voluntary?
43 Can the blocks and whip line be lowered only by powering
down (vs free falling) except for intended emergency release
systems.
44 Does the crane operator have a hand over book?
45 Is checking of the screwing pump (if applicable) on the
Location: Life Saving Equipment
Lifeboats
46 Is the embarkation area well lighted?
47
Is the embarkation area covered by emergency lighting?
48
Is there a dead ship shut down at the embarkation area?
49 Are muster cards (or T cards) kept at or near the
embarkation area?
50 Are life jackets kept at the embarkation area?
51 Does the embarkation area have sufficient space to
accommodate all persons assigned to muster at that
station?
52 Are embarkation area readily accessible from
accommodation and work areas?
53
Are there signs directing the way to the embarkation area?
54 Is the embarkation area clearly marked that it is the
embarkation area for the particular lifeboat?
55 Is the embarkation area kept clear of equipment such as
mooring ropes, personnel baskets and SCBAs?
56
Is the access from the embarkation area to the lifeboat safe?
57 Is there a sign at the embarkation area directing the crew to
alternate means of escape if the lifeboat is gone or cannot
be launched?
58 Is there lifeboat capacity for 150% of maxPOB?
59 Winches
60 Is it possible to release the winch brake with the lowering
cable inside the boat?
61
Do the limit switches activate 12 inches before the bumper?
62 Does the hand crank work properly?
63 Does the hand pay out wheel work?
Davits
64 Is the davit in good condition and well painted?
65 Are the falls in good condition, free from burrs, kinks and
abrasion?
66 Are the sheaves in good condition?
67 Are the safety pendants in good condition?
68 Are the safety pendants used during drills and while
maintenance work is carried out?
69 Are the safety pendants removed after drills and
maintenance work is over?
70 Are the brake mechanism retaining bolts stainless steel and
in good condition?
Boat (exterior)
71 Is the exterior paint and gel coat in good condition?
72 Is the hull damaged?
73 Is the name of the unit stenciled on the boat?
74 Are lifelines fitted?
75 Are the rudder and propeller in good condition?
76 The propeller is not made of aluminium and has the shaft
been NDTd within at the last 3 years for cracks?
77
Are the door handles in good condition and easy to turn?
78 Are the door seals in good condition?
79 Is the sealing strip between the upper and lower halves in
good condition?
80 Are all the hatches freely operating?
81 Are all the water spray nozzles fitted and free from
obstruction and damage?
82
Is the keel cooling system free from damage and paint?
83 Is the rubber fender in good condition?
84 Are the boat hook and oars secured to the roof?
Boat (interior)
85 Is there a list of all survival equipment onboard, and is it up
to date?
86 Rate the housekeeping on the interior of the boat?
87
Is there any damage to, or deterioration of equipment?
88
Are all seat belts fitted, in good condition and neatly rolled?
89 Are the floor boards in good condition?
90 Is the drain plug fitted to the boat with short chain?
91 Is the drain plug clearly marked and the area clean and free
of debris?
92 Is there any water in the bilge?
93
Are instructions for starting the engine clearly posted?
94 Are the air bottles in good condition?
95 Can forward, neutral and reverse be selected easily?
96 Are the air bottles in good condition?
97
Is the valve for operating the air system clearly marked?
98 Does the steering work properly?
99
Is there a cheater pipe to use on the emergency steering?
100 Is there a wrench of the proper size readily available to
disconnect the rod steering from the rudder so that the
emergency steering can be used?
101
Can coxswain see the compass from his steering position?
102 Is there a light for the compass?
103 Is the course to steer away from the platform legs?
104 Does the bilge pump work?
105 Does the sprinkler work?
106 Do any exhaust fumes leak inside the boat?
107
Are launching instructions posted inside the lifeboat?
108 Inflatable liferafts
109 Are liferafts installed and maintained as per manufacturers
specifications?
110
Are launching instructions posted near the liferaft station?
111 Is the liferaft certification in date?
112 Is it in a state of continuous readiness so that two crew
members can carry out preparations for embarkation and
launching in less than 5 minutes?
113 Is it stowed in such a manner that neither the survival craft
nor its stowage arrangements will interfere with the
operation of any other survival craft or rescue boat at any
other launching station?
114
Is it as near the water surface as it safe and practicable?
115 Is the liferaft mounted to the deck with a certified
hydrostatic release?
116 Is the liferaft painter attached via a weak link to a fixed
structure of the platform?
117 Are disembarkation ladders available near the liferaft
launching station?
118 Are the liferafts so stowed as to permit manual release from
their securing arrangements?
119 Is the liferaft station covered by emergency lighting?
Life Jackets
120
Are all life jackets of the approved type (Type 1 USCG or
equivalent) with a whistle, light and retro-reflective material
and of the solid foam type (Kapok not allowed)?
121
Are all life jackets used only for their intended purpose?
122 Is there at least 150% of life jacket coverage for the
maximum POB?
123 Are life jackets stowed in fibre glass containers in good
condition when outdoors?
124 Are spare life jackets stored in the engine room, dog house
and control room?
125 Are the life jackets inspected at least annually?
126 Is the platforms name stenciled on the back of each life
jacket?
127 Are the lifebuoys in place as per the LSA plan?
128 Are the lifebuoys marked in block capitals of the Roman
alphabet with the name of the platform on which it is
carried?
129 Are at least four of the lfiebuoys equipped with flashing
lights and two of these four should have floating smoke
signals?
130
Are at least two lifebuoys in widely separated locations
should each be fitted with a buoyant lifeline, the length of
which should be at least one and a half times the distance
from the deck of stowage to the waterline at light draught,
or m, whichever is greater?
Work Vest
131 Are sufficient work vests available?
132 Are they with retro-reflective tape?
133 Are the crew aware that any time work is to be done over
the side, below the main deck, or any place a person could
fall overboard a work vest is required?
134 Are work vests stored in designated (fibre glass) containers
after use?
135 Are the work vests inspected on a regular basis?
136 Are the work vests maintained?
EPIRB
137 Is there an EPIRB available for each life boat and one for the
platform itself ?
138 Is the beacon for lifeboats manually activated type?
139 Is the one for the platform float-free automatic type?
140 Is it tested on a weekly basis?
141 Are records of the test available?
142 Rescue Boat
143 Is the rescue boat capable of being launched in not more
than 5 minutes?
144 Is the rescue boat stowed in a position suitable for launching
and recovery?
145 Is the rescue boat launch and recovery area adequately
illuminated?
146 Are there at least 2 alternative descents for escape to the
sea?
147 Are these descents inspected at least once a year and
verified in good order?
Location: Store
148 Is the doors easy to operate, is it kept closed and it the
locking-mechanism functioning properly?
149 Is the floor covered with anti-slip coating and is the main
access way kept clear of stores?
150 Is the lighting intact and are lamp covers clean and
undamaged?
151 Is the fire extinguisher in position, ready for use and is the
test date within the last 6 months?
152
Is all lifting gear stored there, in good and safe condition and
clearly marked with SWL, plant-number and colour code?
153
Is there a proper compartment arranged to store defective
or uncertified equipment, until it can be sent onshore for
repairs? Is this compartment orderly marked : "Defective
and Uncertified Equipment Do not use" and is this
equipment clearly marked with red paint?
154 Is equipment stored there, which is liable to fallover or fall
out of the shelves, well secured?
155 Are Weco Unions stored there marked according to SSB
colour code?
156 Are ring gaskets, valves, beans and other equipment kept
there stored in a horizontal position and properly protected
with acid-free grease?
157 Is access to the paint store marked with red lettering as
follows: "Paint Store" and "Flammable Liquids"?
158 Is constant ventilation ensured for the paint store?
159 Is the door of the paint store kept closed?
160 Are two 10 kg powder extinguishers positioned outside the
paint store?
161
Are containers in the paint store, containing thinner for
washing brushers and rollers, kept closed at all times?
162 Are all paint tins kept properly closed?
163 Is a second fire-fighting system installed in the paint store
and is the system in good working order?
Responsibility: Marine
Location: Workshop Yes No N/A Remarks
1
Is the sign Wear Ear Protection attached to the access
doors of the engine room and the compressor room?
2 Is the sign Wear Eye Protection with note Safety Goggles
Must Be Worn clearly visible and attached next to the
pedestal drill and the pedestal grinder?
3 Are two pairs of safety goggles provided near each of these
machines and are they clean and ready for use?
4 Is there an adjustable guard installed to guard the rotating
parts of the pedestal drill?
5
Is the work rest on the pedestal grinder properly adjusted (as
close as possible to the wheel; max. 3 mm distance)?
6 Is the status light intact?
7 Are the following signs posted at the door of the day tank
room:
a) Fuel Tank Room No Naked Light
b) Keep Door Shut
8 Is a holder with two eye wash bottles installed above the
work-bench, are seals of bottles intact?
9 Fire Hose Reel: All connections or fittings properly sealed,
spray nozzle closed, free access maintained?
10
Does the ventilation work as required (over pressure) and are
ventilation ducts guarded with mesh wire?
11 Are spray heads fixed at all outlets on sprinklers system, and
is the spray radius not obstructed?
12 GP-Alarm: Glass undamaged, hammer attached, free access
maintained?
13 Fire detectors visibly in good functioning order and securely
attached?
14 Is the loudspeaker functioning properly and not obstructed
by any materials?
15
Is the telephone operational and is a register attached?
16 Communication System: Loudspeaker clearly audible, station
identification lights functioning, function test of all stations
positive?
17
Emergency black-out switch: Properly identifiable, protected
against misuse, free from any obstructive materials, and
easily accessible, has it been tested within the last 4 weeks?
Date of test to be recorded in the Test book.
18 Are both ex-proof hand lamps functioning properly and does
the battery charger operate satisfactorily?
19
Is there a stretcher kept in the workshop area or nearly and
the required equipment to accompany it, complete?
20 Is a first aid box installed and is it equipped according to
SSB/SSPC standard?
21 Is the lighting fully intact and are lamp covers clean and
undamaged?
22
Are all electrical sockets fixed with a cover and are these
covers kept closed at all times when not in use?
SITE VISIT (SIV) CHECKLIST
23 Are all qulley covers installed and not prone to movement
when stepped on?
24 Are airline outlets facing at least 45 downward from the
horizontal to blow off in a safe area?
25 Is there a proper range of hand tools available and are they in
a safe-to-work condition?
Location: Welding Operations
26 Are Oxygen cylinders always stored separately from
Acetylene and/or Propane cylinders.
27
Are empty and full cylinders properly marked, when separate
storage is not possible because of space shortage.
28 Are storage racks for gas cylinders constructed in such a way
that each cylinder can be secured individually Are all parts of
rack in good working order?
29 Are protector caps fixed to all gas cylinders when they are
not in use?
30
Are gas cylinders always stored in their designated storage
area, with exception of the ones being used (max2 sets).
31 Is proper attention paid to the fact that stocks of gas
cylinders should be kept as low as possible, relating to
amount consumed.
32 Are numbers of all cylinders noted on delivery, is the test
date of cylinder checked in accordance with the test code of
the manufacturer and are valves in good working order and
leak-proof.
33 Is oldest stock used first?
34
Is due attention paid to the fact that, on backloading of gas
cylinders, oxygen cylinders are not stored in the same rack as
cylinders used for hydro carbon gases,
a) that cylinders are lashed properly,
b) that valves are closed and all protector caps installed,
c) that load is centred properly when only part of the rack is
loaded,
d) that a record is kept of cylinder numbers backloaded.
35
Is reasonable care taken to ensure that surface temperature
of cylinders does not exceed 45C, when they are stored in
vicinity of the flare or are exposed to direct sunlight?
36 Are cylinders containing hydrocarbon gases always stored
upright?
37
Are cylinders protected against bumps and knocks, when
being transported? (Protective matting is to be used when
movement from higher level is to be accomplished).
38 Are gas cylinders only transported in specially designed racks
and never lifted by a sling attached to the valve of the
cylinder?
39 Are gas cylinders and associated items kept free of grease, oil
and grit.
40 Is proper care taken not to store other dangerous goods in
the vicinity of gas cylinders?
41 Are hands and clothing kept free of grease, oil and extensive
dirt when using welding equipment?
42 Is welding and flame-cutting equipment always checked for
safety, prior to each job, and faulty equipment replaced
without delay?
43 Are necessary repairs of welding and flame-cutting
equipment carried out only by professionals.
44 Is only soapy water, or spray specially made for this purpose,
used to check for leaks.
45 Pressure Regulators: Are they in a safe condition, no damage
on valves or pressure gauges Does the type of pressure
regulator suit the type of gas.
a) Does the pressure on the Acetylene pressure regulator not
exceed 1.5 bar, and does the pressure gauge show a red mark
there?
b) Is the membrane of the oxygen pressure regulator fixed in
a straight, vertical position?
c) Are outlets of pressure regulators not pointing in the
direction of other gas cylinders?
46 Is there a flashback arrestor installed behind the pressure
regulator, does it match the type of gas it is made for and is it
in good condition?
47 Is there a flashback arrestor fitted directly on to the handle of
the torch?
48 Are hoses in good condition, not-porous or otherwise
damaged?
49
Are hoses regularly checked for leaks in a water bath?
50 Are hoses properly secured to the hose nipples and are
welding hose clips used and no Jubilee clips?
51
Are all fittings and connections leak-proof (to be checked
with soapy water or spray specially made for this purpose)?
52 Are welding/cutting torches functioning properly at their
rated pressure?
a) Are torch handle valves leak-proof and functioning
properly?
b) Are welding and cutting nozzles in good condition?
c) Are only nozzle cleaning drills used for cleaning
welding/cutting nozzles?
d) Is safe and protective storage provided for welding
(whether stored in a holding device on a board, or in a kit
box)?
53 Is test carried out as follows:
a) Close Acetylene cylinder valve.
b) Remove Acetylene hose from torch handle.
c) Set Oxygen pressure on pressure regulator.
d) Open both torch handle valves.
e) Test suction effect on Acetylene torch handle connection.
54
Are there proper holding devices installed to store hoses and
is care taken that hoses are not stored on cylinder valves,
pressure regulators or pressure gauges?
55 Is there a torch holder installed at welder's permanent
workplace?
56 Is due attention paid not to put aside welding/cutting torches
under pressure inside cabinets, drawers, toolboxes or other
enclosed spaces?
57 Is only welding and cutting work carried out which is stated
on the work permit?
58 Are welder and firewatcher familiar with operation and
location of all safety equipment (fire extinguishers, status
lights, telephone, GP Alarm, the manual operation of Deluge
system and emergency telephone numbers of control and
radio room)?
59
Is all hot work ceased immediately in the event of any alarm,
and restarted only on instruction of the OIM?
60
Is there a firewatcher in attendance at all times during hot
work, and is he instructed on how to switch off the electric
welding plant and to close gas cylinder valves?
61 Is necessary care taken to extend firewatch to adjacent areas
when hot work is carried out on walls, decks and roofs of
modules?
62
Are all welding equipment and power tools shut off when not
in use This also applies to short breaks and interruptions?
63 Is there a suitable container provided a the work site for
scrap metal and rod stubs?
64
Are access ways and escape routes kept clear at all times?
65
Are all dangerous occurrences experienced during hot work,
reported to the immediate supervisor without delay?
66 Are all flammable and combustible materials, empty drums,
pressurised containers and gas cylinders not being used for
the job, removed from the work area?
67
Are gas cylinders, used for hot work inside the module,
stored outside and securely lashed in an upright position?
68 Are cables and hoses properly secured and opening of doors
kept to a minimum, when they have to be run through
doorways?
69 Is work area screened off as far as possible?
70
Are gulleys in the work area covered with flame-proof
material, especially those belonging to the "closed drain
system" which may carry flammable liquids?
71 Are the following fire precautions taken:
a) A fire hose under pressure ready for use.
b) Additional fire extinguishers positioned near the hot work
area.
c) Scaffold boards fire-proof or covered with flame-proof
material.
72 Is the electric welding unit kept switched off when not in
use?
73 Is due attention paid to connect the earth cable as close as
possible to the point of welding,
a) that it is returned directly to the welding unit,
b) that the welding circuit does not lead over machinery
bearings,
c) that pipes, containers or scaffolding are never used to
connect earth returns?
74 Are welding cables in good condition, no cuts, breaks or slits
in the insulation?
75
Are all cable connectors in good condition, cable solidly
attached to connector and connector housing undamaged?
76 Is the earth clamp in good condition, are all single wires
solidly connected to the earth clamp, locking device
undamaged and in good working order?
77 Is arc welding voltage kept to the minimum required for
efficient welding?
78 Is care taken to ensure that welder and firewatcher are
equipped with eye and ear protection required to carry out
any given job safely?
79
Are smoke and welding fumes extracted satisfactorily when
work is doen in confined and unventilated areas?
80 Are gas cylinders kept at least 3 m away from the immediate
work place?
81 Are empty drums or other containers never used as a
workbench or ever any attempt made to carry out hot work
on them?
82 Is care taken that Oxygen is never used to blow-clean
clothing or any other materials?
83 Is respiratory equipment worn when fumes cannot be
extracted satisfactorily while work is carried out on work
pieces treated with substances containing zinc, lead,
cadmium or mercury?
84 Is due attention paid to the fact that Acetylene is never
brought into contact with Copper to avoid the build-up of the
highly explosive Acetylene Copper?
85 Is it made certain that after completion of hot work, the work
area is observed for smouldering or glowing materials, and if
necessary, firewatch left at the workplace after the end of
the job?
86
Are all air-driven tools marked with their respective SWP?
a) Are air-tools always connected to an air service unit?
b) Is the air pressure adjusted to the SWP of the air-tool?

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