General safety, hazard awareness and orientation program.
Each Company has specific requirements that you must follow while working on their property.
If you are unsure of those requirements, please contact your supervisor or Company representative.
You have the responsibility and authority to stop work at any time for any unsafe situation or behavior.
In addition to this Passport orientation, each producer has its own site-specific orientation process.
You will receive more information depending upon the area and project in which you are working.
SWA establishes the “authority and obligation” of any individual to suspend a work task or group operation when the control of Health, Safety, or Environmental risk is not clearly established or understood.
The process involves a “stop, notify, correct, and resume” approach for the resolution of a perceived unsafe situation that could result in an undesirable event.
Follow your company’s and the oil producer’s safety requirements.
Be aware of work-related hazards; H2S, hot surfaces, moving equipment, confined spaces, etc.
Use good judgment and the proper PPE.
In the event of unsafe work, stop, safeguard the area, and report to your supervisor.
Identify the characteristics of confined spaces
Identify the characteristics of permit required confined spaces (PRCS)
Discuss definitions relating to confined spaces
Identify the differences between General Industry and Construction confined space
Look at expected injury reduction associated with confined space in construction rule
Identify the key components of a confined space plan
Identify the duties of the entrant, attendant, and supervisor
Identify the hazards in a confined space
Understand eliminating hazards using Lock-out/Tag-out (LOTO)
Understand ventilation practices
Understand rescue preparation l. Understand employee rights