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  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Environmental

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (a) Clean Water Act 311(b)(5) Is the Daily Pollution Report being Filled out properly and is it up to date?

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (b)(4) Is proper containment provided under all water sampling points, fuel nozzles, pigtraps, sump strainers, and hose ends to prevent pollution of offshore waters?

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (b)(4) Is there any accumulation of oil in containment , and is the oil being directed to the drain system?

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (b)(4) Does the sump pump operate properly?

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (l) Are all loose materials, small tools, and other small objects kept in a storage area or a marked container when not in use?

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (c) (3)(4) Are skid mounted equipment, portable containers, spools or reels, and drums marked with the owner's name and are the markings durable enough to withstand the environment exposed to?

  • 30 CFR 250.300 (b) (4) Are sump piles not used as processing devices?

  • 30 CFR 250.303 (a) Does the person-in-charge know the reporting requirements for pollution and have the telephone numbers available?

  • 30 CFR 250.301(a) Is a file of previous spill events available on location? Have correct follow ups shown on GO-140 report been implemented?

  • 40 CFR 435.122 Clean Water Act Sec 402 Are the daily NPDES/LWDPS reports filled out and up to date?

  • 40 CFR 435.122, NPDES General & LWDPS Permit Does the PIC have, use and maintain the appropriate equipment required for field testing of discharges (i.e., HACH kit, Static sheen test kit, pH meter, etc.,), and is the PIC familiar with the proper sampling locations required by the permit?

  • 40 CFR 435.122, NPDES General & LWDPS Permit Are the Chain of Custody reports being properly completed and accompanying the samples?

  • 40 CFR 435.122, NPDES General & LWDPS Permit Is the published sample schedule (used to ensure representative samples) being followed?

  • 40 CFR 435.122, NPDES General & LWDPS Permit Does visitor orientation ensure non-operations personnel working in the field understand permit requirements and complete appropriate NPDES.(i.e., construction reps, workover reps, etc.)?

  • 40 CFR 435.122 NPDES General Permit Are the overboard water discharges checked and the oil and grease limits checked daily?

  • 40 CFR 435.122 NPDES General Permit Are the results of the required monthly gravimetric overboard water tests available and up to date, and are the results of all field and laboratory testing maintained at the facility for at least 3 years?

  • 40 CFR 141 Are quarterly samples of the potable water sent in and the results available?

  • 40 CFR 435.122 NPDES General Permit Do noncompliance reports coincide with data reported on the NPDES reports, and for each exceedence of the permit limitations, is a noncompliance report attached to the NPDES report?

  • 40 CFR 435.122 NPDES General Permit Do the temporary quarters and work area have adequate sewage treating equipment as required by applicable permits ?

NORM

  • LAC 33 XV 1404 Is NORM expected to be encountered in this Field? Are proper detection meters available and calibrated within last 12 months? Is a copy of Chevron's NORM Worker Protection Plan available? Are there records for NORM Awareness training, annual NORM Safety training ?

  • CPDN NORM Field Implementation Guide Are NORM shipping procedures being followed? (Complete Records)

  • CPDN NORM Field Implementation Guide Are all equipment, valves and piping being marked for shipping properly? (ie. Purple for NORM, Green if Clean)

  • CPDN NORM Field Implementation Guide Are tubulars that are removed from a well monitored for NORM contamination. Is appropriate action taken to prevent spread of contamination?

  • CPDN NORM Field Implementation Guide Are produced solids recovered, containerized, properly labeled, and monitored for NORM contamination?

  • CPDN NORM Field Implementation Guide Do additional state of LA or TX NORM regulations apply at this location?

  • CPDN NORM Field Implementation Guide Are contract personnel that handle NORM properly licensed as necessary?

Waste Management

  • LDNR 29-B, LAC 33 Part VII, MARPOL 73/78 Annex 5, LAC 33 Part V, 40 CFR 260 Are all wastes generated at the facility stored, separated and in appropriately labeled containers in a contained area?

  • LDNR 29-B, 40 CFR 260, LAC 33 Part V Are waste manifests properly completed?

  • 33 CFR 151.57, 151.73 Does the facility have a USCG required waste management plan?

  • MARPOL 73/78 Annex 5 Is garbage generated at facilities located within the 12 mile nautical limit stored and shipped to the Shorebase for proper disposal?

  • MARPOL 73/78 Annex 5 Is garbage generated at facilities located beyond the 12 mile nautical limit ground to 1" pieces and disposed overboard or shipped to the Shorebase for proper disposal?

  • MARPOL 73/78 Annex 5 Are Paint, Solvent and chemicals that are not being used being disposed of properly and in a timely manner?

Fire Protection

  • 33 CFR 145.05 (d) 29 CFR 1910.157 46 CFR 108.493 API PR 14G 7.7 (a) Do all portable and semi-portable extinguishers have permanently attached durable name plates giving name, rated capacity, name and address of firm for whom approved and identifying mark of the actual manufacturer?

  • API PR 14G 7.7 (a) 29 CFR 1910.157 46 CFR 108.493 Are extinguishers inspected monthly to ensure they are in their designated places, that they have not been actuated or tampered with and to detect any obvious physical damage, corrosion or other impairments?

  • API RP 14G 7.4(a)(1), 7.7(c) 46 CFR 108.493, 97.15-60 Are all annual portable fire Extinguisher checks being performed and are records being updated?

  • API RP 14G 7.5 (a)(2), (a)(3) 46 CFR 91.25-20 (a)(2) These requirements refer to permanently fixed dry chemical extinguishing Systems. Are all stored pressure dry chemical containers checked annually by pressure and weight against specified minimums, and Are all expellant gas containers checked semi-annually by pressure or weight against required minimums? This refers to permanently

  • API RP 14G 7.2(a)(1) 30 CFR 250.803 (b) (8)(i) At least weekly, are firewater pumps and drivers started and run long enough to bring the temperature up to normal operating temperature and do they run smoothly at rated speed and load?

  • API RP 14G 7.2(a)(2) 30 CFR 250.803 At least monthly is water from a firewater system discharged from enough fire water hoses to determine the pump continues to have adequate pumping capacity?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(8)(iii) Is a firewater system of rigid pipe with firehose stations or fixed firewater monitors installed or a chemical firefighting system is installed in lieu of a firewater system, has written approval from the MMS District Supervisor been secured and is docume

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(8)(i) Is a fixed waterspray system install in enclosed well-bay areas where hydrocarbon vapors may accumulate?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(8)(ii) Is fuel or power for firewater pump drivers available for at least 30 minutes of run time during a platform shut-in?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(8)(iv) Is a diagram of the firefighting system showing the location of all firefighting equipment posted in a prominent place?

  • 46 CFR 108.497 46 CFR 109.337 Are fireman's outfits maintained, fully equipped and in proper locations?

  • 46 CFR 108.497 46 CFR 109.301 Are all 30-minute air packs and spare bottles fully charged ?

  • 46 CFR 109.301 46 CFR 95.10 46 CFR 108.417 Fire main system - Check operation of all fire pumps. Fire pump relief valves should relieve 125 PSI.

  • 46 CFR 108.631 (a) Are instructions for the operation of a fixed fire extinguishing system posted next to each cabinet or space that contains a valve, control, or manifold ?

  • 46 CFR 108.459 (a)(b)(1)(2)(c) Is foam fire system maintained properly?

  • 46 CFR 107.235 (2)(i)(ii)(iii) Is each foam system except premix system submitted to the manufacturer or his authorized representative for determination of specific gravity, pH, percentage of water dilution and solid content and certification as a suitable firefighting foam?

  • 33 CFR 146.130 (a) 46 CFR 109.505 (b) Are copies of the station bill signed by the person-in-charge and posted in a conspicuous location on the platform?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(i) Are fire sensors installed in all enclosed classified areas(flame, heat, or smoke)?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(ii) Is each fire detection system of the manual reset type and capable of continuous monitoring?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(i) Are buildings in which personnel regularly or occasionally sleep equipped with smoke and/or thermal detectors?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(v) Are rooms containing a heat source such as a hot water heater, clothes dryer, kitchen range, oven, space heater, etc. equipped with smoke and/or thermal detectors?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(v) Are smoke detectors placed in individual sleeping rooms or spaced in corridors?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(v) Are audible/visual fire alarm signals distinctive from any other signal on the platform?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (8) Is each fire detection system tested for operation and recalibrated at least once every 3 months and documented?

  • 46 CFR 108.405 (a)(1)(2)(b)(c)(1) (2)(3) 30 CFR 804(9) Are fire detection system and smoke detectors fully operational?. Does the fire loop system and other fire detection devices initiate surface and subsurface shut-in?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(i) Are gas sensors installed in all inadequately ventilated, enclosed classified areas?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(iii) Is a fuel-gas odorant or an automatic gas-detection system installed in enclosed, continuously manned areas of the facility which are provided with fuel gas?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(9)(v) Does each compressor building have at least two sensors installed?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(8) Is each combustible gas detection system recalibrated at least once every 3 months and documented?

Hearing Conservation

  • 29 CFR 1910.95 Has a sound level survey been completed within the last 5 years or since the last modifications to the structure?

  • 29 CFR 1910.95 Is annual audiometric testing current and documentation available?

  • 29 CFR 1910.95 Are high noise areas designated and hearing protection available?

Lockout Tagout

  • 33 CFR 142.90 (a)(b)(c)(1)(2)(d) 29 CFR 1910.145/ .147 Does location have Lockout Tagout equipment, and is the Lo/To Log being used properly?

  • Respiratory Protection

  • 29 CFR 1910.134 33 CFR 142.39 Is a copy of the Respiratory Program available in the field? Are personnel properly trained on the use of Respiratory Protection?

  • 29 CFR 1910.134 33 CFR 142.39 Are respirators clean and in good condition with proper particulate cartridges (such as dust, paint fumes, etc.) for the hazards found in this location?

Hydrogen Sulfide

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (h)(1) Is a copy of the approved H2S Contingency Plan available in the field area?

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (h)(1)(iv) Are at least two Safe Briefing areas established?

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (h)(2)(vi) Does each person receive a training session upon arrival at the facility?

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (h)(2)(vi) Has a weekly H2S drill and training session been held and are records of attendance maintained at the facility?

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (h)(2)(vi) Is wind direction equipment installed and operational?

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (i)(2)(i)(ii) Are operational danger signs and rectangular red flags or red lights available for use?

  • 30 CFR 250.417 (h)(5)(ii) Is the H2S detection and H2S monitoring equipment calibrated and records available for inspection?

Miscellaneous

  • 33 CFR 150.751 Do visitors sign the visitors log book and are they briefed on emergency procedures upon boarding the platform?

  • Has the annual Coast Guard Inspection Been Done and are the records up to date?

  • 33 CFR 142.40 29 CFR 1910.151 (c) Is portable or fixed eyewash equipment provided as located on station bill?

Fall Protection

  • Ops. Manual Are personnel engaged in an activity where there is a hazard of falling 6 or more feet required to use a safety belt or harness secured by a lanyard to a lifeline, drop line, or fixed anchorage and do they meet the specifications of ANSI A10.4?

Fuel Transfer

46 CFR 108.239 (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)(g) Is the following equipment provided with each fueling station: a nozzle of the "dead man " type, a storage reel, a static grounding device, and a fuel transfer pump with a control with an indicator light at the pump?

Diesel Engines

  • 30 CFR 250.402 (b) Is each engine driven welding machine equipped with a spark arrestor and drip pan?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(5)(i) Is exhaust piping from each diesel engine equipped with spark arrestors? This includes all contract and rental equipment whether temporary or permanent installation. (Straight exhausts are not acceptable.)

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(5)(i) Are engine exhausts or other areas with a normal operating temperature greater than 160 degrees, been covered with an insulation barrier or protected with vapor barriers, water cooling, caution signs, or isolation barriers?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(5)(i) Are surfaces with a temperature in excess of 400 degrees protected from spillage or leakage of crude oil, and surfaces with temperatures in excess of 900 degrees protected from accumulations of combustible gases?

  • 30 CFR 250.401 (b)(2) 250.510, 250.610 Are diesel engines which are continually attended provided with either a remote operated or automatic air intake shutdown device?(Continuously attended means a person standing by the engine at all times)

  • 30 CFR 250.401 (b)(2) 250.510, 250.610, 250.803 (b)(5)(ii) Are diesel engines which are not continuously attended equipped with automatic air intake shutdown devices and tied into PLC ESD System ?

Electrical

  • 29 CFR 1910.304 Has the condition of electrical extension cords been inspected and electrical connection undamaged and in good condition? Is all temporary electrical equipment properly grounded?

  • 30 CFR 250.403 (c) Are all electrical boxes completely sealed with all bolts screwed in tight on explosion proof boxes?

  • 46 CFR 112.43 Is the emergency lighting system operational?

  • Miscellaneous Equipment

  • Are overboard lines for the sewage unit in good condition? Are all air line connections free of leaks?

  • Are all moving parts of machinery covered or protected with a guard and is the guard in good condition?

  • Are signs showing equipment starts automatically, Hearing Protection Required, and other safety information in good condition and posted in the proper locations?

  • Emergency and Rescue Equipment

  • Are swing ropes inspected semi-annually and in good shape?

  • 33 CFR 146.140 (d)(4) Has a list of emergency contact numbers been developed and documented in the Emergency Evacuation Plan?

  • 30 CFR 250.506 30 CFR 250.606 Has the date and time of safety meetings been recorded at the facility and is the information available for review by MMS representatives.

Chemical Protection

  • 29 CFR 1910.1200 Are all chemicals on the platform listed on the Chemical Inventory Sheet (available for inspection) and do they have a current MSDS?

Cranes

  • 30 CFR 250.401 (g) Are crane certificates and records of crane inspection, testing, maintenance, operator qualifications maintained at the lessee's nearest field office for a period of two years? Are available for inspection and current?

  • GOMPBU Crane Program Is the Pre-Use Crane Inspection Form being used? Are the operators training current?

  • GOMPBU Crane Program If any Lift Barges are in the field have the cranes been inspected as per Regulation

Equipment Identification

  • 30 CFR 250.115 (a) Is each location that is equipped with helicopter decks identified with at lease one sign of letters and figures not less than 12 inches in height? Signs for units without helicopter decks shall use letters and figures not less than 3 inches in height?

  • 30 CFR 250.115 (a) Do the signs mentioned above contain the following information: name of lease operator, OCS location, block number, facility or rig name and are signs visible to approaching traffic?

  • 30 CFR 250.115 (b) Is each wellhead's lease and well number identified on it in a legible manner, either painted on the wellhead or on an affixed sign?

  • 30 CFR 250.510 (e)(2)(i)(ii) Are allocation meters measuring 50 barrels of oil per day or more proven monthly and allocation meters measuring less than 50 barrels of oil per day proven quarterly? Are records retained on location for a period of 2 years?

  • 30 CFR 250.1202 (d)(i) Are sales meter provings (for liquid hydrocarbons) conducted monthly not to exceed 42 days unless approved by the Regional Supervisor? Are records retained on location for a period of 2 years?

  • 30 CFR 250.1203 (g)(3)(iii) Are all gas meters calibrated at reasonable intervals not to exceed 42 days and calibrations retained on location for a period of 2 years?

  • 30 CFR 250.1205 (a) Are seal records maintained reflecting seal changes? Are seals in good Shape?

Pipelines

  • MMS Accident Report on Pig Trap Incident on Main Pass 41 "B" Do pipeline pig traps have operating instructions in place and are the traps being properly maintained? Do existing pig traps have a vent valve, pressure gauge, isolation valve(s), or is the pig trap locked out of service, or have a specific blowdown procedure posted permanently on the trap? (This procedure will identify the location of the vent valve, pressure gauge and isolating valves, all with a sequence of operation. This procedure should only be used until a shutdown provides an opportunity to install recommended equipment on the pig trap barrel.) Are pig trap closures kept in a state of good repair and operable, in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations?

  • 30 CFR 250.1006 (b)(1)(2) Are pipelines taken out of service blind flanged or isolated with a closed block valve at each end and are pipelines taken out of service for a period of more than 1 year flushed and filled with inhibited seawater? Was the MMS notified when the pipeline was taken out of service?

  • 30 CFR 250.1006 (3) Are pipelines taken out of service and not returned to service within 5 years or abandoned in accordance with the requirement of 250.156(a) (1) or (2)?

General Welding

  • 30CFR 250.402 (b) Are oxygen and acetylene bottles secured in a safe area and equipped with proper fittings, gauges, regulators and hoses and Are oxygen and acetylene bottles supplied with caps when being shipped?

Safety Devices

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (c)(l), 250.1004 (c) Is each surface or subsurface safety device, which is bypassed or blocked out of service, out of service due only to start up, testing, or maintenance?

  • 30 CFR 250.801 (b)(4), 250.803 (c)(l) Is each surface or subsurface safety device, which is temporarily out of service, flagged and monitored by trained personnel on the same level?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (c)(4) Is each open-ended line connected to producing facilities and wells plugged or blind flanged?

  • 30 CFR 250.1503 Is each person engaged in installing, inspecting, testing, and maintaining safety devices currently certified in PSST and records of this training kept in the field area?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(1)(iii), 250.803(b)(2)(i) Are the pressure recorder charts used to determine operating pressure ranges maintained at the nearest field office, properly dated, and have all consecutive days between High and Low ranges? Do they have MMS approval for PSL's that are set below 5psi?

ESD's

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(4) Is an operable ESD station located at each helicopter deck?

  • Is an operable ESD station located at each exit stairway landing at each deck level?

  • Is an operable ESD station located at each boat landing?

  • Is an operable ESD station located at the center or each end of a bridge connecting two platforms?

  • Is an operable ESD station located at each emergency evacuation station?

  • Is an operable ESD station located near the driller's console during drilling, workover, and completion operations?

  • Is an operable ESD station located near the main exits of living quarters?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(4)(iii) Is a schematic of the ESD system maintained on the facility or at the nearest field office, and are all ESD Stations on the Station Bill?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(4)(i) Are all ESD valves to Boat landing locked open, and waivers to temporarily close during inclement weather in place? Are records being kept in LO/TO log for closures?

  • Are ESD stations clearly marked and ESD signs in good condition?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(10) Is each ESD system test conducted by alternating ESD stations monthly to close at least one wellhead SSV and verify surface controlled SSSV closure for that well as indicated by control circuitry actuation?

Pipelines

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (e)(l) Verify that P&ID's and Safe Charts match. Verify that SAC references are correct. Verify that Safe Chart matches MMS inspection sheet. Verify Operating Range charts. Physically verify that devices match sheets and sheets match devices.

SCSSV's

  • 30 CFR 250.801 / 250.804 / 250.124 Are all well SSD's being tested in accordance with 30 CFR 250? ( Verify records, check sheet and Files). Are leakage rates being recorded on test sheets?

  • 31 CFR 250.801 / 250.804 / 250.124 Verify that sub-surface device type and setting depth on last wireline ticket match inspection sheet.

TSE's

  • 30 CFR 250.802 (b) Does each wellhead have a minimum of one TSE located above the wellhead?

  • Are there at least 2 (two) fusible plugs on each header?

  • Is there at least one fusible plug for each 10 (ten) feet of header?

  • Is there at least one fusible plug for each vertical vessel?

  • Is there at least one fusible plug for each 12 (twelve) inches of OD to a maximum of five plugs on vertical vessels?

  • On horizontal vessels less than 48 (forty eight) inches OD, are there at least two fusible plugs with at least one plug for each 5 (five) feet of length?

  • On horizontal vessels greater than 48 (forty eight) inches in diameter are there at least 4 (four) fusible plugs with at least two fusible plugs for each 5 (five) feet of length in two parallel rows?

  • Is there one fusible plug above each process inlet, process outlet, and each hatch on atmosheric vessels?

  • Is there one fusible plug outside of each flame arrestor on fired components?

  • Is a TSE located over each end of each heat exchanger?

  • Is a TSE located above each rod packing on reciprocating pumps?

  • Is a TSE located over each packing box on centrifugal pumps?

  • Is a fusible plug located over each rod cylinder on reciprocating pumps?

  • Is a fusible plug located over the compressor case of each centrifugal compressor?

Safety Device Testing

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(3) Is each PSHL tested for operation at least once each month, with no more than 42 days elapsing between tests, and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(3) Is each electronic PSHL tested for operation as per Waiver?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(3) Is each LSHL tested for operation at least once each month, with no more than 42 days elapsing between tests, and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(3) Is each automatic inlet SDV and each liquid discharge SDV tested for operation at least once each month, with no more than 42 days elapsing between tests, and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(4) Is each SSV/USV tested for operation at least once each month, with no more than 42 days elapsing between tests, and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(5) Is each flowline FSV tested for operation at least once each month, with no more than 42 days elapsing between tests, and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(6) Is each TSH on compressor installations tested for operation at least once every 6 months and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(9) Is each TSH on noncompressor installations tested for operation at least once every 12 months and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(9) Is each BSL tested for operation at least once every 12 months and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(9) Is each FSL tested for operation at least once every 12 months and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (a)(2) Is each PSV tested for operation at least once every 12 months and repaired or replaced if found defective?

  • 30 CFR 250.804 (b) Are records maintained for a period of two (2) years at the nearest field office for each subsurface and surface safety device installed?

  • 30 CFR 250.914 Are records maintained for the life of the platform of the results of platform structural inspections?

Pumps

  • 30 CFR 250.1004 (b)(9) Is each pump equipped with an FSV, if not, is a waiver on file?

Wellhead

  • 30 CFR 250.517 (c) 617(c) Has the wellhead been equipped so that all annuli can be monitored for sustained pressure, and has the pressure been recorded and reported to the MMS?

  • Is each wellhead equipped with a sand probe?

  • 30 CFR 250.517 (c) 617(c) If sustained casing pressure is observed, has a diagnostic been performed, and are all waivers available for Inspection?

Pressure Vessels

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(1)(iii) Are pressured and fired vessels code stamped in accordance with the ASME boiler and pressure vessel code?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(1)(iii) Does each pressure and fired vessel have a legible stamp which contains the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code symbol, the manufacturer's name, the maximum working pressure at a specified temperature, the manufacturer's serial number, and the year built

  • If a vessel is unstamped, has specific approval to use this vessel been secured from the District Supervisor of the MMS?

  • CFR 30 250.803 (b)(1)(i) Is each PSV set no higher than the maximum allowable working pressure and has the pressure been verified to compliance sheet?

  • CFR 30 250.803 (b)(1)(i) 803(b)(6) Is each PSV and vent piped in such a way as to prevent fluid from striking personnel or ignition sources?

  • If PSE's are installed, do they have tags and are they legible?

Atmospheric Vessels

  • 30 CFR 250.802 (b) Is each atmospheric vessel equipped with an operable flame arrestor on vents and are inspection records being kept?

Fired Component

  • 30 CFR 250.802 (b) Is each fired component fuel supply equipped with an operable SDV?

  • 30 CFR 250.802 (b) Is each natural draft fired component equipped with an operable intake flame arrestor and operable stack arrestor and are they being inspected?

Compressors

  • 30 CFR 250 Is the exhaust system insulated to prevent personnel from contacting the exhaust and other piping over 160 deg.?

  • 30 CFR 250.803 (b)(7)(iv) Is each final stage discharge equipped with a BDV if over 1,000 HP?

Shipping

  • 49 CFR 171.2 Do Shipping Notices contain only non hazardous materials?

  • Do Straight Bill of Ladings contain proper shipping name and description of the material, name of the shipper, and emergency response telephone number? Are all entries printed in English and legible?

  • 49 CFR 172.400 29 CFR 1910.1200 30 CFR 250.40 Are containers for Hazardous Material on the location properly marked and labeled for transportation?

  • Do shipping notices match crane usage forms where Cranes are used to load vessel?

Micellaneous Equipment

  • Are Handrails \ Guardrails in good condition?

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