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Checklist for Hot Work on ship

This Permit relates to any work involving temperature conditions which are likely to be of sufficient intensity to cause ignition of combustible gases, vapour or liquids in or adjacent to the area involved.

General

This permit is valid from ___________hrs             Date: _____________

To __________________ hrs                                  Date: ___________________

Location of hot work ___________________________________________________________________

Has Company’s concurrence been obtained? (HSE procedures chapter 3 section 4 & 5)              Yes/ NA

(Additionally tanker vessels to comply with Tanker Procedures chapter 12)

Has an Enclosed space entry permit been issued?                                                                           Yes/ No

If “No” give reasons: ___________________________________________________________________

Description of hot work: ________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Personnel carrying out hot work __________________________________________________________

Person responsible for the hot work ______________________________________________________

Section 1
1.1 Has the hot work area been checked with a combustible gas indicator for HC vapours? Yes /No
  Time…………………………                        HC…………………….%LFL (less than 1%)  
1.2 Has the surrounding area been made safe? Yes /No
  Time…………………………  

 

 Section 2
2.1 Has the hot work area been checked with a combustible gas indicator for HC vapours? Yes /No
2.2 Has the equipment or pipeline been gas freed? Yes /No
2.3 Has the equipment or pipeline been blanked? Yes /No
2.4 Is the equipment or pipeline free of liquid? Yes /No
2.5 Is the surrounding area safe? Yes /No
2.6 Is the equipment isolated electrically? Yes /No
2.7 Is additional fire protection available? Yes /No
2.8 Special conditions / precautions…………………………………………..

 

 

In the circumstances noted it is considered safe to proceed with this work.

MASTER……………………………………………….            RESPONSIBLE OFFICER………………..

Person in charge of the work team …………………………………………………………

Section 3
The work has been completed and all persons under my supervision, material and equipment have been withdrawn.
Authorised person in charge ……………………………… Time…………… Date………………
First Copy for display at work area.
Second copy for Ship’s records
NOTES

Tests for combustible gas should be carried out immediately before commencement of hot work and at frequent intervals as long as the work is in progress.

General:

 Section 2
2.1 Has the hot work area been checked with a combustible gas indicator for HC vapours? Yes /No
2.2 Has the equipment or pipeline been gas freed? Yes /No
2.3 Has the equipment or pipeline been blanked? Yes /No
2.4 Is the equipment or pipeline free of liquid? Yes /No
2.5 Is the surrounding area safe?
Yes /No
2.6 Is the equipment isolated electrically? Yes /No
2.7 Is additional fire protection available? Yes /No
2.8 Special conditions / precautions…………………………………………..  

MASTER……………………………………………….            RESPONSIBLE OFFICER…………………………….

Person in charge of the work team …………………………………………………………

Section 3
The work has been completed and all persons under my supervision, material and equipment have been withdrawn.
Authorised person in charge ……………………………… Time…………… Date………………
First Copy for display at work area.
Second copy for Ship’s records
NOTES

Tests for combustible gas should be carried out immediately before commencement of hot work and at frequent intervals as long as the work is in progress.

General:

  1. Starting / finishing time must not exceed the Masters/ Responsible Officer’s working hours.  A fresh permit must be issued thereafter.
  2. Specific location of hot work to be given.
  3. Description of work to include type of equipment to be used.
Section 1

Applies to all hazardous work not involving naked flame or continuous spark production, and would include use of electrical equipment, use of air driven rotary equipment, hammering or mechanical chipping and movement/ lifting equipment or materials over or near operating plant

Section 2

Applies to all hot work involving high temperatures, open flames, electric arc or continuous source of spark etc. This type of work includes but is not limited to welding, burning, grinding, sand or grit blasting, and metal chipping.

Section 3

Permit to be closed out by Responsible officer upon completion of work.

AMIT KUMAR

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