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QHSE CommuniquĂŠ "Be connected and Committed" September 2013

QHSE Newsletter First Issue

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Dear Colleague, I am delighted to publish the first edition of QHSE e-newsletter. This Newsletter will showcase the QHSE activities happening in our group companies and in each edition you'll find details of events and interesting QHSE information. This e-newsletter intends to create QHSE awareness as well helps us to understand our QHSE commitments and our responsibilities towards it. Enjoy reading. Managing Director Petrotec Group

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QHSE Events

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Message from the Managing Director

Latest events from QHSE

Editors Note

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Questions & Answers

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Message from the Editor

QHSE Awareness

Petrotec Group Our Family

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QHSE Newsletter by: QHSE Team Petrotec Group

Email: editor@petrotec.com

Contact No.: +97 442 38682

www.petrotec.com.qa


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nce in every six months, the name every six months shall be performed in each of the winning division / department functional area of every division/ department.

of the

"Best QHSE Performance" will The division or department shall score a

be announced. In a function, the General minimum of 75% to be eligible to participate Manager or Department Manager of winning in this scheme. division will be handed over with certificate of The primary purpose of this QHSE performace achievement, rolling trophy and a cash award monitoring is to motivate the employees and to enhance our QHSE performance. of QR 10,000/- to share among all employees of the winning team. A minimum of two random and surprise audits

QHSE Trainings

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everal trainings have been conducted by our QHSE Advisor Mr. Muthu in the

different divisions of Petrotec. Recently he conducted a training with the Q-Fab Technicians

Good Luck to All!

regarding

HSE

Awareness.

(pictures at the right) More trainings will be done in this coming months - HSE Awareness, ADC Training and IMS Training to name a few.


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Editors Note Dear All,

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thought that has been enduring in my mind when it becomes real; is truly an interesting and exciting experience. This news letter was one such cherished

work that had its roots in the persuasion. Proper communication plays vital role in organisation’s development. This newsletter will serve to reinforce and allow increased awareness, improved interaction and integration among all of us pertaining to QHSE. Please send your suggestions to editor@petrotec.com.qa QHSE Team


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QHSE Quiz 1.

When working with electrical components you should

A.

Run around the room

2.

Which type of fire extuinguisher should be used to put out an electrical fire?

A.

Class A

B.

Class B

C.

Class C

D.

Class D

B. Check your facebook C.

Follow all written procedures

3. Why the crow sitting on live pole wire doesn’t receive the shock? A.

Crow is already dead bird

C. It doesn’t touch the positive and negative together

B.

Because of its black color

D. Crow is a clever bird

4. Do not disable safety lockouts, grounding prongs, or other devices designed to _____________.

5. Broken or damaged tools should be labeled with DAMAGED DO NOT USE. The instructor should be notified so that the tool may be repaired or replaced. A.

True

B.

False

6. What is the maximum current level a human can withstand without getting injured? A.

1mA

B. 15mA

C.

100-300mA

D. 6 A

E. None of these

7. Which of the following cause injuries A.

Smoke from burning or metal components

C.

Older, lead based solder

D.

B.

Battery chemicals

Printed Circuit board etching materials

E. All of the above

8. In most electrical shock death cases people die due to A.

Shock

C.

Smoke

B.

Burn

D.

Havoc

Note: Submit your answers at editor@petotec.com.qa and get a chance to be featured in our next QHSE Communique Issue.


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General Overview Petrotec Group


QHSE Communique No.1