22-02-2021

HSE Joint Site Inspection at BST


The Joint Site Inspection (JSI) process at Black Sea Terminal (BST) was started in 2013. At the beginning of 2021, the process of conducting Joint Site Inspections have been optimized and upgraded. The JSI process was developed by BST Management provides guidelines for effective implementation and performance of site inspections by BST personnel. JSI is an integral part of Black Sea Terminal’s Safe Operation System and covers all operations and site operated by terminal.

 

Personnel involved in Joint Site Inspection are responsible for the active participation in site inspection processes to ensure compliance with all applicable health, safety and environmental protection norms, standards and procedures within BST facilities. They are also responsible for providing related departments with the site inspection reports, with suggested actions for correction.

 

The inspections cover process sites, construction sites, buildings, temporary structures, workshops, tools, equipment, machinery and mechanisms, as well as work methods and practices. Each inspection starts with a review of the action points from the previous inspection, any unresolved issues is mentioned in the relevant section of the new report.

 

The inspection group involves personnel from different disciplines with various experience and knowledge on company processes, HSE standards and procedures.

During JSI the group members focus on general risk assessment and hazard identification, personal protective equipment, permit to work, security, safe access and evacuation routes, signs and alarms, driving safety, water quality, waste management practices and control measures, housekeeping, oil spills, sanitary, food safety, electrical safety, fire precautions, process safety, slips, trips and falls. There are 3 types of actions: high (major-requires immediate actions), medium (serious-requires short-term action) and low (minor-requires long-term action).

 

As a rule, daily safety inspections of the terminal facilities are conducted by qualified personnel. However, the additional purpose of this program is to involve office personnel and other departments’ employees in the process of timely observation and prevention of potential hazards and violations.

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