CFP KNPC PROJECT

Project topics
KEY HSSE PROGRAMS

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HSE PROMOTION CAMPAIGNS

 

Every month, the Joint Venture conducts safety campaigns highlighting topics which are relevant to work progress, work activities, incidents, or safety statistics. The safety promotions and information are communicated through banners and posters and the topics are highlighted during the monthly toolbox meetings and weekly safety walkthroughs. “Good and Bad Practices” related to the topics are also shared with the workers. 

 

 

 

 

HSE TRAINING & AWARENESS

 

A wide range or HSE awareness and training sessions are conducted daily sitewide. Training is carried out in classroom and at the work location, to provide hands-on experience for all skilled workers. Training modules have been developed according to the risk profile and the training needs analysis of the project. 

Strong focus is given to training relevant to high risk activities, such as working at height and grating removal and floor openings. Such a focus is particularly important during the manpower peak of the project and during pre-commissioning and commissioning activities when the risk profile changes at site. The projects training efforts have been recognized by the management of all project organizations.

 

 

 


EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING

 

The Project Emergency Response Team trains vital rescue skills frequently, including technical and organizational skills, and tests the effectiveness of the various rescue procedures on a weekly basis. The project provides dedicated and fit for purpose training facilities to the emergency response and rescue team. These exercises and drills ensure that the team stays focused and can act quickly and effectively in case of an emergency.

 

 

 

 

TOOL BOX MEETINGS

 

The Joint Venture management conducts toolbox talks relevant to the work activities carried out on a weekly and monthly basis throughout the entire Project duration. These toolbox talks are greatly supported by senior management and project leadership team and addresses a wide range of safety topics




“BEAT THE HEAT” CAMPAIGN

 

“Beat the Heat” is a campaign which aims to raise awareness on hazards associated with the exposure to extreme heat and adverse weather conditions during summer period. Strong focus is given to raising general awareness relevant to the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses, and the importance of frequent hydration, maintaining a balanced diet, and having sufficient rest and sleep.