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HEALTH | SAFETY | ENVIRONMENT

HSE ANNUAL REPORT

HSE Management system

2013


NAGRP/AGRP Project

MAA, Refinery Kuwait

Updated as of 21st December 2013

6.3 Million total safe man-hours

1482 manpower

1150 days without lost time injury


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About Tecnimont hse policy Tecnimont Management is committed to providing a safe and healthful place of work throughout all of Tecnimont’s facilities, offices and work sites and to making every effort towards eliminating or minimizing any environmentally adverse effects of Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) operation. To meet this commitment, it is the Tecnimont Policy to promote high standards in health, safety, and environmental preservation and protection through establishing, implementing, and maintaining an HSE Management System that will include such elements as targets and standards for HSE performance, HSE education programs, and assessments and accountability for achievement of those targets and standards.

Don’t be safety blinded. Be safety minded Tecnimont management will strictly enforce its Corporate Safety Policy of “No Lost Time Injury”, and everybody in the Tecnimont shall feel those targets as own responsibility. The health and safety of personnel and the preservation and protection of the environment are Tecnimont priorities. All employees, including those of vendors and subcontractors, are responsible for their own and their colleague’s HSE at work. Tecnimont management must ensure that personnel are trained in HSE. Full cooperation and liaison must be offered to Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC), statutory authorities and local communities. Tecnimont management commits itself to pursue continual improvement of HSE performance. Everybody in our NAGRP/AGRP Project must plan and perform work in accordance with the HSE Management System. This policy will provide assurance that the applicable HSE legislation, approves codes of practice, and the agreed requirements will be complied with.


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Dear fellow collegues It is my pleasure to announce a remarkable achievement of “Contractor Annual Safety Award Winner� as formally communicated by Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC). This important award has been achieved with the effort of all the project team, to who I sincerely congratulate for the excellent performance. This makes all of us proud and so we must continue in this path to improve and keep such high Safety Standard performances.

Safety is something you can not live without

Aurelio Liviani Tecnimont Site Manager


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HSE Management Team

“Our safety achievement is a true measure of our work, valuable, asset of all – people.” Carmelo Pelligana Site HSE Manager

I have the pleasure of thanking everyone of you for making the 2013 a memorable year for us, not only because of the HSE target fully achieved, but likewise for the satisfaction feedback we received from our client. My gratitude goes also to all Subcontractors Management for following the Tecnimont guides and doing their best in implementing the Project HSE Management System in order to ensuring safe work practice on site and their offices facility. Rest assured that Tecnimont will always be committed on performing work activities in total compliance with HSE rules and regulation and best applicable standards. I am confident that in the 2014 we will be able to achieve all the challenging targets as detailed in our HSE Plan.

Giovanni Ruta

Deputy HSE Manager

I would like to extend my gratitude and thanks to all Project HSE employers for the good HSE Management System achievements attained during last year. From my point of view based on my experience, upon working along with people of different cultural backgrounds, one of the most important factor to consider is how best to be at the standard of what Tecnimont Safety culture desired from all Employers. To achieve such good method of expectations, one of our focus has been to encourage the daily STARRT and Tool Box meeting with different safety rules, being chosen and hence being implemented by Tecnimont according to the criteria of activities on-going for the project. Special thanks is likewise being given to Tecnimont management for the support and positive encouragement given to HSE in order to make better, the safety culture implemented the project.

Birzog Vasile

Boiler | HSE Engineer

Atyendra Kumar NAGRP | HSE Officer

Joel Basmayor

NAGRP | HSE Engineer

Diwakar Singh

Training | HSE Supervisor

Melchor Martinez

Ibrahim Hamza

Buildings | HSE Supervisor

WWTP | HSE Supervisor

Madhav Parajuli

Arnon Abby Reyes

HSE Documents | HSE Officer HSE System | HSE Supervisor


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ONE GOAL | ONE TEAM | ONE TARGET PIPE ERECTION & MECHANICAL Neil Woolvein

GULF SPIC

Project Manager

A. Kamal Raj HSE MANAGER

CIVIL WORKS Anand Vijay

Pai Ashok

Gdc

HSE MANAGER

Project Manager

structural Jai Krishnan

mtc

Prince Kumar

Site Manager

HSE Engineer

buildings Thomas Mathew Raju Sala

nbtc

Project Manager

HSE Coordinator

tank M. P. P. Nair

sks

Project Manager

Sudheesh

HSE Coordinator

hvac works Amith Kumar

centralco

Site Coordinator

electrical & instrument

tcib

Nandakumar Pillai Site Coordinator

Manoj Kumar HSE Supervisor

substations m-89 & m-75

abb

Samy Abdalla Site Coordinator


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CONTENT

1 HEALTH

9

1.1 Lost Time Injury Rate 10

1.2 Total Recorable Injury Rate 10 1.3 Body Part 10 1.4 Reported First Aid Cases 11 1.5 Pre-Medical Examination Monthly Issued 12

2 SAFETY 13 2.1 HSE Observation Summary 2013 14 2.2 Near Miss Reporting 14 2.3 HSE Observation Risk Classification 15 2.4 HSE Training Attendees and Man-hours 15 2.5 HSE Training & Toolbox/STARRT Session 16 2.6 HSE Audit Report 2013 16 2.7 Emergency Drills 17 2.8 HSE Management Walkdown 17

3 ENVIRONMENT

18

3.1 Waste Management 19 3.2 Environmental Management System Training 19

4 HSE strategy and implementation 20 4.1 HSE Observation System 21 4.2 Yellow Card for Violation Identification 21

4.3 (STARRT) Safety Task Analysis Risk Reduction Talk

22

4.4 Safety Golden Rules 2013 22

4.5 HSE Campaign and Newsletter 2013

23-24

4.6 Bus Boarding Campaign 24


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CONTENT

5 HSE INCENTIVE SCHEMES

5.1 Tecnimont Incentive Scheme Raffle Draw

25 26

5.2 Safe Man-hours Awarding 26

5.3 Tecnimont Won Annual HSE Awards in MAA, Refinery Kuwait

26

6 2014 HSE TARGETS 27 6.1 Tecnimont 2014 HSE Focus 28 7 2013 PROJECT HSE SUMMARY REPORT 29


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HEALTH The primary goal of the CONTRACTOR Project Health Program is to provide a workplace that is reasonably free of recognized workplace health hazards. CONTRACTOR program include health hazard assessments and good industrial hygiene practices. The program addresses the following: • • • • •

Ensure that all potential health hazards are identified and assessed. Maintain the health and well-being of workplace personnel through monitoring and surveillance. Eliminate or control workplace health hazards to prevent occupational related illnesses or injuries. Characterize workplace exposure to potential health hazards. Ensure compliance with recognized occupational safety and health standards and regulations to include program requirements

In order to reach the goal CONTRACTOR and SUBCONTRACTOR’s will implement procedure and action to control and mitigate as far as reasonably practical all recognized hazards. In particular the following control measures have been implemented: • • • • •

Reduce the noise to as low levels as are reasonably practicable level. Preventing heat and cold stress and related injuries and illnesses. Providing safe drinking water. Control of substances hazards to health Procedure (COSHH). Medical service.

Safety is a full time job, don’t make it a part time practice.


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1.1 LOST TIME INJURY FREQUENCY RATE

13 cDe

No

v-1

3

3 t-1 Oc

13 Se

gAu

p-

13

3 l-1 Ju

13 nJu

13 nJa

M

ay -1

3

3 r-1 Ap

M

ar

-1

3

13 bFe

Ja

n-

13

0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 0.00

2013 LTIR | 0.00 SAFE MAN-HOURS | 6,387,683 As of 20th December 2013 DAYS WITHOUT LOST TIME INJURY | 1,150 Days

1.2 TOTAL RECORDABLE INJURY RATE

13 cDe

No

v-1

3

3 t-1 Oc

13 p-

gAu

Se

13

3 l-1 Ju

13 n-

13 n-

Ju

M

Ja

ay -1

3

3 r-1 Ap

3 -1 ar M

13 bFe

Ja

n-

13

0.90 0.60 0.30 0.00

2013 TRIR| 0.00 SAFE MAN-HOURS | 6,387,683 As of 20th December 2013 DAYS WITHOUT RECORDABLE INJURY CASES | 1,150 Days

1.3 BODY PART EYE 03 01 FOREARM

WRIST 03 NECK 01

12 FINGER HAND 13 01 LOWER BACK THIGH 02 07 LEG

KNEE 03 ANKLE 02

01 FOOT

49


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1.4 REPORTED FIRST AID 49 GULF SPIC 21

NBTC 05

SIEMENS 01

GDC 16

MTC 05

GEE 01

Security Gate

Area-4

PROJECT AREAS:

11 8 YEAR 2013 Monthly/(FAC) First Aid Cases

8

6 5 4 2

2

2

1

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL MONTH

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC


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1.5 PRE-MEDICAL EXAMINATION MONTHLY ISSUED

march

04

YEAR 2013

april

54

february

may

0

62 june

january

26

60

JULY

42

DECEMBER

49

AUGUST

41 NOVEMBER

16

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER

43

50 50

A Pre Employment Physical Examination is a medical examination done on an individual who is working inside the confined space to determine whether he is physically fit for the job, Most of these examinations are usually in a High risk area.


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SAFETY Tecnimont management have strictly enforced its Corporate HSE Policy of “No Lost Time Injury�, Contractor and Subcontractors employees shall feel those targets as their own responsibility. The safety of personnel, preservation and protection of the NAGRP/AGRP Project Safety Campaign environment are Contractor and Subcontractors priorities. The Program which is being held each month in the year by selecting different Safety topics in order to emphasis the awareAll Tecnimont employees, including vendors and subcontractors, ness among employees working in the project are responsible for their own safety. Every Activity in our NAGRP/AGRP Project have been planned Project Action Tracking Register 2013 and performed in accordance with the Project HSE Manage- Planning/Implementation & Monitoring of HSE observations, ment System. audits, meetings, etc. and to track them for furnishing closeouts.

Safety is as simple as

(KPI) Key Performance Indicator 2013

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) measured in the year 2013 provides the informations such as reporting frequency, achievements & the goals to be achieved at NAGRP/AGRP Project. In order SAFETY Observation to implement the HSE Policy and the objectives to be achieved, All employees, contractors, and authorized visitors are respon- they have to be documented and assessed on a continual basis. sible for stopping work activities considered to be an imminent Key Performance Indicators (KPI) must be measured, recorded danger. and monitored in order to achieve the targets.

ABC...Always Be Careful


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2.1 HSE OBSERVATION SUMMARY 2013

SAFETY OBSERVATION

NEAR MISS

UNSAFE ACT

UNSAFE CONDITION

2,626

107

219

2,407

2.2 NEAR MISS REPORTING 107 GULF SPIC 28

NBTC 09

SIEMENS 12

GEE 01

GDC 35

MTC 17

SKS 04

AGAM 01

PROJECT AREAS:


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2.3 HSE OBSERVATION RISK CLASSIFICATION 1500

1,318

No. of Observation

1300 1100 900

819

700

596

500 300 100 0

LOW

MEDIUM

HIGH

RISK 372 342 Monthly/No. of Observation

330 232

317

207

201

167 121

153 110

JAN

FEB

74

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

MONTH

2.4 HSE TRAINING ATTENDEES AND MAN-HOURS

TRAINING

36,882 MAN-HOURS

TOOL BOX

5,846

MAN-HOURS

TOTAL 92,559 MAN-HOURS

STARRT

49,831 MAN-HOURS


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2.5 HSE TRAINING & TOOL BOX SESSION

636 HT

OO LBOX T 13,864 STARRT/ sESSION

S&E RAINING ESSION

S

2.6 HSE AUDIT REPORT KNPC AUDIT TO TECNIMONT JANUARY 2013

- Contractor Employees Housing | NAGRP-K-T-F-6029

APRIL 2013

- Contractors Safety Performance Evaluation | NAGRP-K-T-F-6648

MAY 2013

- Safety Performance Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7267 - Safety Performance Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7268

JULY 2013

- Contractor Employees Housing | NAGRP-K-T-F-6029

AUGUST 2013

- Safety Performance Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7914 - Safety Performance Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7996

SEPTEMBER 2013

- Bus Transportation Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7817 - Joint Safety Inspection (JSI) | NAGRP-K-T-F-7855

OCTOBER 2013

- Contractors Safety Performance Evaluation | NAGRP-K-T-F-6648 - Bus Transportation Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-8013 - Contractor HSE Management System Compliance Audit - 6648 - Contractor Safety Performance Evaluation | NAGRP-K-T-F-8160

NOVEMBER 2013

- Safety Performance Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7267 - Safety Performance Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-7268 - Theme Audit - Compliance to HSE Document | NAGRP-K-T-F-8162 - Bus Transportation Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-8166

DECEMBER 2013

- Comprehensive Audit of Health Hygiene Aspects - 8335 - Comprehensive Audit of Health Hygiene Aspects - 8354 - Comprehensive Audit of Health Hygiene Aspects - 8361 - Bus Transportation Audit | NAGRP-K-T-F-8336

TECNIMONT AUDIT TO SUBCONTRACTORS FEBRUARY 2013

- PTW Compliance Audit | GULF SPIC | TS-GD-L-1462

MARCH 2013

- PTW Compliance Audit | NBTC | TS NB-L-277 - SA 8000 Audit Report | GULF SPIC | TS GS-L-068

JUNE 2013

- Site Safety Audit | GULF SPIC | TS GS(EP)-L-027

JULY 2013

- Waste Management Check list | MTC | TS MT(S)-L-180 - Waste Management Check list | NBTC | TS NB-L-329 - Environmental Audit | GDC | TS-GD-L-1645 - Waste Management Check list | SIEMENS | TS-SE-L-702

OCTOBER 2013

- Work Permit Compliance Audit Report | GDC | TS-GD-L-1758 - Healthy Audit Check List | GULF SPIC | TS-GS(EP)-L-196 - Waste Management Check list | SIEMENS | TS-SE-L-702 - Work Permit Compliance Audit Report | GULF SPIC | TS-GS(EP)-L-218 - HSE Inspection Check List | GULF SPIC | TS-GS(EP)-L-219 - Work Permit Compliance Audit Report | MTC | TS-MT(S)-L-204 - Work Permit Compliance Audit Report | NBTC | TS-NB-L-369 - SA 8000 Audit Report | NBTC | TS-NB-L-375 - HSE Inspection Checklist | NBTC | TS-NB-L-376 - SA 8000 Audit Report | GULF SPIC | TS-SE-L-744

NOVEMBER 2013

- EXTERNAL (DNV) Det Norske Veritas AUDIT


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2.7 EMERGENCY DRILLS GULF SPIC 01

NBTC 01

GDC 02

MTC 03

SIEMENS 01 NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

OIL SPILLAGE

GAS LEAK

MEDICAL DRILL

05 EMERGENCY DRILLS

2nd

1st

JUNE 2013

MARCH 2013 SEPTEMBER 2013

4th 5

th

5th DECEMBER 2013

DECEMBER 2013 AUGUST 2013

3rd PROJECT AREAS:

2.8 HSE MANAGEMENT WALKDOWN

20 Walkabout Conducted

207

ATTENDEES


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ENVIRONMENT In the NAGRP/AGRP Project, major attention have been given to activities and organization in order to be in line with Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) environmental guidelines, KEPA Law for the Protection and Development of the Environment and Regulations for the Assessment of Environmental effects of Installations. Environmental Objectives Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) NAGRP/AGRP Project Environmental requirements during construction, pre-commissioning and commissioning phase of the Project. Raise the level of Environmental Awareness among the Project team and the subcontractors to avoid/minimize adverse Environmental impacts in the area surrounding the Project site during all phases of the Project.

Don’t put your life on the line of fire. Think Safety


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3.1 WASTE MANAGEMENT

HAZARDOUS WASTE

26,325

5000 4500 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0

M3

WASTE REMOVED

4000 Quantiy M3

NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

MONTHS

3.2 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TRAINING 3R’s

REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE

january

0

february

july

40 august

0

september

378

156

march

october

79

177

november

121

april

465 may

18 june

194

1,682 ATTENDED

december

54

DEC


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HSE Strategy and Implemetation

Continuing strategy and implementation by safety management commitment and safety systems/procedures, combined with on-going training for subcontractors, have driven progress to Zero Lost Time Injury Free.

Safety starts with an S but begins with U. Several activities to promote safety awareness, including four key measures, are used by Tecnimont management and reviewed by Corporate HSE teams: • • • •

HSE audits – to ensure compliance with Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC)/Tecnimont HSE standards; Safety photo observation presented in weekly basis; Percentage of completed items on incident investigation related to total number of Recommendations; Near misses reported at least 5 – 10 to 1 versus actual investigation incidents.

A significant number of units have introduced safety culture initiatives (behaviour-based safety Programs and (CIA) Comply Intervene Appreciation) to complement existing measures that provide the backbone for ongoing safety management at sites. All significant incidents without lost time, accidents with lost time and relevant near misses are investigated. The level and extent of the investigation reflect the seriousness or potential impact of the event. Suitable processes and criteria (e.g., risk/potential consequences, learning potential) are put in place to ensure that investigations are carried out adequately. A systematic method (e.g., TapRoot®) is applied to guarantee a thorough investigation.


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4.1 HSE OBSERVATION SYSTEM MEETING HSE TARGETS BY SYSTEMATICALLY CLOSING OBSERVATION

2,614 2,603 ISSUED CLOSED 11 OPEN

4.2 YELLOW CARD FOR VIOLATION IDENTIFICATION

101

YELLOW CARD ISSUED

4

1

3

GEE

SIEMENS

CENTRALCO

31 GDC

23

11

GULF SPIC

MTC

7

2

NBTC

TCM

6 TCM E & I

1

ILC

12 SKS

We provide regular re-training safety induction courses those who are caught violating safety rules and given a yellow card as a warning notice.


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4.3 (STARRT) SAFETY TASK ANALYSIS RISK REDUCTION TALK

125

STARRT LEADERS TRAINED

143

STARRT EVALUATION CARD ISSUED

4.4 SAFETY GOLDEN RULES 2013 As everybody aware that our NAGRP/AGRP Project is successfully ongoing with lots of activities on site, our main aim to complete this project without any Lost time Injury, but these can happen at any time if your are careless and we do not follow safety rules and regulation.


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4.5 HSE CAMPAIGN and NEWSLETTER 2013

January 2013

Hydrostatic Safety

February 2013

Excavation Safety

March 2013

Lifting and Rigging

April 2013

Working at Height

Tecnimont Continuously Implements HSE Incentive Scheme

Tecnimont unceasingly conducts HSE Campaigns

May 2013

Safe Behavior at Workplace

Tecnimont Conducts the HSE Incentive Scheme

Tecnimont conducts HSE Campaign

June 2013

Environmental Awareness

HSE Campaigns are continuously launched by Tecnimont

Tecnimont Conducts the HSE Campaign on EMS

July 2013

August 2013

Heat Stress Awareness

Tecnimont Continues on Conducting HSE Campaigns on Site

Lifting and Rigging

Tecnimont Achieves 5 Million Man-hours without LTI


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4.5 HSE CAMPAIGN and NEWSLETTER 2013

September 2013

Bus Boarding Campaign

November 2013

Scaffolding Awareness

Tecnimont Conducts HSE Campaign on Safe Bus Boarding

Tecnimont Conducts HSE Campaign on Scaffolding

October 2013

Occupational Health

Tecnimont Conducts HSE Campaign

December 2013

Work at Height

Tecnimont Conducts HSE Campaign

4.6 BUS BOARDING CAMPAIGN The KNPC/TECNIMONT HSE Campaign were held and attended by all the Drivers, Construction Workers and Supervisors. Each worker has been issued with the leaflets regarding SAFE BUS BOAREDING which were translated in to three different languages (English, Hindi and Arabic).

667 attended


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HSE Incentive Schemes The purpose of this scheme is to describe in detail achievements and the incentives used for the development of a Site HSE INCENTIVE PROGRAM procedure for the Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) - New AGRP Project. It details the incentive scheme in order to promote the highest HSE performance on site, and reward in a tangible way deserving individuals and teams. The principle is to stimulate the CONTRACTOR/SUBCONTRACTOR’s employees to work in a safe manner.

To be able to face tomorrow, try safety today! The expectations of the CONTRACTOR Site Management Teams have been well publicized on site by safety campaigns, publicity, training and feedback at Toolbox Meetings. Everyone on site who makes a positive contribution to achieve these expectations, or is considered to be making an outstanding performance to the safety of the project, may qualify for a reward from Management in appreciation of their efforts. Depending on the circumstances

this have been done in the form of gifts or certificates of appreciation. The HSE incentive program applies to all TECNIMONT and SUBCONTRACTOR’s employees. (The target audience for this incentive program is field hourly and field supervisory personnel and not management or office staff.)


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5.1 TECNIMONT INCENTIVE SCHEME RAFFLE DRAW

To enhance the HSE Campaign effectively, workers have been awarded with wrist watches & Certificates of Safety Award selecting through the raffle system developed by TCM HSE Department throughout the conduction of Safety Campaign at New AGRP Area during the Year of 2013

5.2 SAFE MAN-HOURS AWARDING On 21st of August 2013, Tecnimont accomplished 5 Million Man-hours without a Lost Time Injury in New AGRP/AGRP Revamping Project. Certainly, this achievement is an outcome of intensive monitoring, appropriate HSE measures, trainings & campaigns for awareness and incentive scheme, which were being organized and held during the period. Tecnimont celebrated the achievement organizing an award ceremony & luncheon party in participation of Company, Contractor & Subcontractors representative. Subcontractors have been awarded with a trophy and certificates for their significant contribution to achievement.

5 MILLION SAFE MAN-HOURS achieved without Lost Time Injury on 20th August 2013

5.3 TECNIMONT WINS ANNUAL HSE AWARD IN MAA REFINERY Tecnimont has won the Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) PD Contractors Annual HSE Award in MAA Refinery during the year 2012 –2013. An outstanding HSE performance demonstrated by Tecnimont enabled the Company to nominate and honor with an award. Company appreciates Tecnimont Management and entire employees for the remarkable achievement.


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2014 HSE Targets

Tecnimont sets Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) targets covering periods to allow better planning, implementation and analysis. For 2014, the following targets have been defined.

You can’t get home, unless you are safe. HSE is pursuing the following goals: • • • • •

Lost Time Injury and Illness Rate (LTIR): rate Zero Accident in 2014; Behaviour-based safety and STARRT programs initiated at all sites; Waste minimization and water efficiency programs active in all departments; Implementation of workers’ health and well-being initiative; Weekly Walkabouts- management attendees will be improved compared as in 2013;


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6.1 TECNIMONT 2014 HSE FOCUS FOR DISMISSAL OFFENCE

Fighting

Falsifying a Personal I.D.

Alcohol AND prohibited

Willful damage

Theft

Modify Safety Equipment

Smoking in Emergency Evacuation Falsifying a Project Permit

Procedure Violation False information


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2013 Project HSE Summary Report Updated as of 21st December 2013 Date of Last LWC

Since Last LWC

Year 2013

Cumulative Total

-

3,238,178

6,387,683

Code

Year 2013

Cumulative Total

Lost Workday Cases

LWC

0

0

Lost Workdays

LWD

0

0

Restricted Workday Cases

RWC

0

0

Medical Treatment Cases

MTC

0

0

0

0

1

4

1

3

107

195

156/66

313/134

Safety Suggestion

0

0

Infringement Notifications

12

31

13,864/636

22,863/1,266

24/26

50/65

447

932

Date Description

Occupational Illness Cases First Aid Cases

FAC

Other Incidents(Fire, Property Damage, Traffic) Near Miss Incidents Substandard Condition /Act

Toolbox Meeting/HS&E Training HSE Audits/Inspection (SIR) Periodic medical Examination Conducted

NM


Carmelo Pelligana Tecnimont Site HSE Manager NAGRP/AGRP PROJECT MAA Refinery, Kuwait Contractor : Tecnimont S.p.A. Client : Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) Tel: +965 22280793 Email : c.pelligana@tcmagrp.net


TECNIMONT HSE ANNUAL REPORT 2013, NAGRP/AGRP PROJECT