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WI Confined Space Rev Aug 13

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    Jubail  –  JV  –  CPS (Saudi Arabia)   Revision: 1 HSSE Management System Section: WI-H-01 Date: 05 August 2013 Work Instructions Page 1 of 10 Title:   Confined Space Program PRINTED DOCUMENTS ARE UNCONTROLLED AND FOR REFERENCE ONLY Section WI-H-01: Confined Space Program   Revision History Rev. Date Rev. Section No. Description 05 July 2011  0 All Original Issue 05 August 2013 1 WI  –  H - 01 Revised 1.0 General 1.1 This policy contains requirements for practices designed and implemented to protect Cameron employees from the hazards of entering into and working with permit-required confined spaces as identified by the Company.    Jubail  –  JV  –  CPS (Saudi Arabia)   Revision: 1 HSSE Management System Section: WI-H-01 Date: 05 August 2013 Work Instructions Page 2 of 10 Title:   Confined Space Program PRINTED DOCUMENTS ARE UNCONTROLLED AND FOR REFERENCE ONLY 1.2 This policy shall be applicable to all Cameron personnel during their normal job functions, whether on Company, customer or vendor premises. The requirements of this policy are further extended to all contractors and visitors while on Cameron premises. 2.0 Permit-Required Confined Space Program 2.1 Permit required Confined Space  is a confined space that has one or more of the following characteristics:   contains or has a potential to contain a hazardous atmosphere,   contains a material that has the potential for engulfing an entrant,   has an internal configuration such that an entrant could be trapped or asphyxiated by inwardly converging walls or by a floor which slopes downward and tapers to a smaller cross-section, or   contains any other recognized serious safety or health hazard. 2.2 The Health, Safety & Environmental Department, working with individual departmental supervisors and affected facility management, shall determine if the facility contains permit spaces. If any subsequent changes to a non-permit space occur, that space will be re-evaluated. 2.3 If it has been determined that the facility does contain permit spaces and employee access is to be restricted, appropriate measures shall be taken to ensure that those spaces are not entered either by Cameron personnel, nor any other contractor employees without a valid permit. The site-specific permit-required confined space program shall provide the following elements related to those recognized permit spaces: 2.3.a Hazard Identification: Identify and evaluate each hazard of the permit space, including its severity, and specify acceptable entry conditions. 2.3.b Hazard Control: Establish and implement the means, procedures and practices for safe entry into permit spaces. 2.3.c Permit System: Ensure compliance with Cameron's written permit system for the proper preparation, issuance and implementation of any entry permits. 2.3.d Employee Information: Post signs near permit spaces to note the hazard and restrict entry to authorized personnel. 2.3.e Prevention of Unauthorized Entry: Prevent unauthorized entry through training or by posting signs and barriers.    Jubail  –  JV  –  CPS (Saudi Arabia)   Revision: 1 HSSE Management System Section: WI-H-01 Date: 05 August 2013 Work Instructions Page 3 of 10 Title:   Confined Space Program PRINTED DOCUMENTS ARE UNCONTROLLED AND FOR REFERENCE ONLY 2.3.f Employee Training: Train entrants, attendants and personnel authorizing entry on how to work safely in and around permit spaces. 2.3.g Equipment: Maintain and ensure the proper use of equipment necessary for safe entry, including testing, monitoring, communication and personal protective equipment. 2.3.h Rescue: Provide procedures and equipment necessary to rescue entrants from permit spaces. 2.3.i Protection From External Hazards: Provide pedestrian, vehicle or other barriers to protect entrants from external hazards. 2.3.j Duty To Other Employers: Provide outside contractors with all available information on permit spaces, on Cameron's efforts to comply with the confined space standard, and on any other workplace standards and safety rules or emergency procedures that the contractors need to be aware of in order to comply with this policy. 3.0 Permit System 3.1 Where required by this policy, local facility management shall prepare a permit through which identification of all conditions are evaluated to ensure safe entry. The permit shall include all of the following information: 3.1.a the permit space to be entered as well as the hazards of that space, 3.1.b the measures for isolating the permit space, 3.1.c the measures, i.e., lockout/tagout, equipment and procedures for purging, inerting, ventilating and flushing, for removing or controlling potential hazards, 3.1.d acceptable environmental conditions, quantified with regard to the hazards identified in the permit space, which must be maintained during entry, 3.1.e the testing and monitoring equipment and procedures by which Cameron will verify that acceptable environmental conditions are being maintained during entry, 3.1.f the results of initial and periodic tests performed to verify acceptable entry conditions with the signature or initials of the testers and indication of when the tests were performed,    Jubail  –  JV  –  CPS (Saudi Arabia)   Revision: 1 HSSE Management System Section: WI-H-01 Date: 05 August 2013 Work Instructions Page 4 of 10 Title:   Confined Space Program PRINTED DOCUMENTS ARE UNCONTROLLED AND FOR REFERENCE ONLY 3.1.f the rescue and other services to be summoned in case of emergency as well as the means to communicate with those services, 3.1.g rescue equipment to be provided on-site, if indicated, 3.1.h the communication procedures and equipment used by entrants and attendants to maintain contact, 3.1.i the personal protective equipment for employee safety, such as respirators, clothing and retrieval lines and systems, 3.1.j the duration of the permit, which may not exceed the time required to complete the assigned task or job, 3.1.k a list of personnel currently serving as attendants, entrants, and entry supervisors with a space reserved for the signature or initials of the entry supervisor who srcinally authorized entry, 3.1.l any other information that is necessary to ensure employee safety, given the particular circumstances of the individual permit space. 3.2 If the individual authorizing entry into the permit space does not assume direct charge for the entire duration of the entry, the following information shall be included on the permit: 3.2.a the identity of the permit space, 3.2.b the purpose of the entry, 3.2.c the date of the entry and duration, 3.2.d a list of authorized entrants, 3.2.e a list of eligible attendants, 3.2.f a list of individuals eligible to be in charge of the entry, 3.2.g the name and signature of the authorizing individual. 3.3 When Cameron management authorizes hot work in a permit space, it shall be noted on that confined space permit that a separate hot work permit is attached.

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