1. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
ALL OUR EMPLOYEES ARE PROVIDED WITH PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT LIKE :
- Boiler suits – IS9473 standard.
- Safety shoes- EN 345 standard.
- Eye protection gear – ANIS standard.
- Gloves- CE standard.
- Non return valve based gas cutting equipment.
- Dust control mask- ISI standard.
Our protective equipment is appropriately in alliance with the national and international safety marks.
2. Labeling and marking of safety signs on board
Safe for entry, Restricted Area, No Entry permitted, Hazardous Materials etc. markings are necessary to be pasted on different locations of vessels.
Our H.S.E. team take proper precautions in marking the safety signs. Safety marking to be placed as soon as safe for man entry is permitted to avoid any risk of accident or injury.
3. SAFETY AT WORK
CRANE SAFETY :
- Every crane is regularly maintained and inspected by authorized person.
- Protective glass sheets are fitted on the cranes.
- Audible horn and mode of communication between the crane driver and guide is maintained. This is done to avoid trips and falls of items carried and lifted by the crane.
- Competent authorities regularly inspect load testing, hooks and shackles.
WINCH SAFETY :
- Our gears and open revolving machinery involved with winch construction are adequately compatible to meet the safety standards of workers around the winch.
- Workers with adequate personal protection equipment like gloves supervise wire ropes behind the winch.
- Trays are stored with wire ropes to avoid land contamination.
- Competent personnel as per legal requirements carry out winch inspection, along with inspection of wire ropes, shackles, etc. regularly.
- Load test and inspection dates are marked on winches.
4. WORK PERMIT
A. SAFE FOR COLD WORK
The safe for cold work permit is issued when no hot work is applied. For removal of oil, opening of cable lines, loose items, opening of machinery items, removal of accommodation etc. our facility issues cold work permit. Cold work permit is pasted at place of cold work. When working at Cold work area flame proof equipment are used to avoid any risk of fire and accident.
B. SAFE FOR HOT WORK
The safe for entry criteria are fixed within Guideline MEPC.210(63) and requires:
Oxygen in atmosphere is ≥19.5% per volume, measured using an oxygen content meter under consideration of 126.96.36.199.1 of MEPC210(63) and WORK PERMIT SYSTEM (OISD-STD-105, Revision-1, issued by Oil Industry Safety Directorate).
Where the preliminary assessment has determined that there is potential for flammable gases or vapours, the concentration of those gases or vapours is not higher than 1% of their lower flammable limit (LFL), measured using a suitably sensitive combustible gas indicator.
The concentration of any toxic vapours and gases is not higher than 50% of their occupational exposure limit (OEL)
C. SAFE FOR MAN ENTRY / CONFINED SPACE
We ensures that enclosed or confined spaces are not entered until a Safe for Entry Permit is issued by the competent person of HSE Department. The competent person visually inspects and tests each space on the ship to determine the areas which are safe for entry prior to issuance of a Certificate (“Confined Space Check and entry form”) and commencing recycling activities.
Safe-for-entry-procedures are subject to international and national standards.
D. WORKING AT HEIGHT
The safe for work aloft/ work at height is issued after taking proper inspection. Safety equipment for working at height like Safety Belt, Safety Harness and other necessary general equipment are provided to workers for their safety. Permit is issued after taking proper safety precautions and procedures.