API St 2220-2011 pdf download

API St 2220-2011 pdf download

API St 2220-2011 pdf download.Contractor Safety Performance Process.
1 General 1.1 Objectives The purpose of this standard is to assist owners and contractors in developing, improving and maintaining their mutual safety programs. Widely diverse contractor functions and uses may include resident, non-resident, long-term and short-term contractors. These have in common the need for effective safety programs to protect both owner and contractor personnel from workplace injury and illness, as well as from losses associated with incidents arising out of contractor work. This standard aims to help both owners and contractors improve the contractor’s safety performance while preserving the independent contractor relationship. It was developed for the petroleum and petrochemical industries and the firms that perform contract work for them. 1.2 Scope Contractors perform greatly varied work within the petroleum and petrochemical industries. Some perform construction and turnaround activities or drilling and well servicing; specialty contractors provide skills and services that are not typically found within an owner’s work force. Contractors may even provide services that augment the peak loads and skills of owners’ work forces, such as in the maintenance and operation of facilities. Since owner sites and contracted work are diverse, this standard may not be applicable to all operations at each company or to all contract work performed in those operations. As such, this publication may not apply to incidental contractors that generally do not affect facility safety, such as those that provide janitorial, laundry and delivery services. This document addresses “conventional” safety and health. It does not address safety concerns associated with security or terrorism issues. 1.3 Elements of a Contractor Safety Management Program A comprehensive contractor safety and health process contains, but is not limited to, the following elements shown in the Figure 1 flow chart: 2 Normative References The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. General safety standards appear in Annex F along with a bibliography of historical or useful references. API Security Guidelines for the Petroleum Industry, Third Edition, April 2005 API Recommended Practice 76, Contractor Safety Management for Oil and Gas Drilling and Production Operations API Recommended Practice 2221, Contractor and Owner Safety Program Implementation ANSI/ASSE Z490.1 1, 2 , Criteria for Best Practices in Safety, Health & Environmental Training API-NPRA 3 , Security Vulnerability Assessment Methodology for the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries, 2nd Edition, October 2004 U.S. DOT 4 , 49 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 190 – 199 U.S. EPA 5 , Accidental Release Prevention Requirements: Risk Management Programs Under the Clean Air Act, 40 CFR Part 68, Section 112(r)(7) U.S. OSHA 6 , 29 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 1910 & 1926 U.S. OSHA, 29 Code of Fedar1904Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements U.S. OSHA, 1910.119, Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals U.S. OSHA, 1910.132-139, Subpart I, Personal Protective Equipment
3 Terms and Definitions For the purposes of this document, the following definitions apply. 3.1 approved contractor list A list developed by owners that includes all qualified and approved contractors (and subcontractors). 3.2 contractor General contractors, self-employed contractors, subcontractors (general or self-employed) working on construction, maintenance/repair, major renovation, turnarounds, or specialty services, in or around process equipment, laboratories, pipelines, terminals, utilities and other petroleum and petrochemical facilities and equipment. For the purposes of the requirements of this standard, the term contractor includes subcontractors, short-term contractors and small contractors. 3.3 covered process unit Facility that meets the applicability requirements of the OSHA Process Safety Management Standard 29 CFR 1910.119 or the U.S. EPA Risk Management Plan 40 CFR 68. NOTE OSHA PSM specifically exempts oil and gas well drilling and servicing operations and the storage of flammable liquids in atmospheric tanks that are not directly connected to a process unit. 3.4 days-away case rate The number of injury or illness cases resulting in days away from work for each 200,000 hours worked. 3.5 EMR Workers Compensation Experience Modification Rate (EMR) is an insurance premium adjustment that anticipates future performance based on past experience. A low EMR (below 1.0) implies good historical safety performance. 3.6 EPA U.S. Federal Environmental Protection Agency. 3.7 general contractor A general contractor undertakes overall responsibility for the specific work activity. General contractors might use one or more subcontractors to conduct various elements of the overall job. 3.8 hazard A condition or inherent physical or chemical characteristic (flammability, toxicity, corrosivity, stored chemical, electrical, hydraulic, pressurized or mechanical energy) that has the potential for causing harm or damage to people, property, or the environment.

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