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					       TOTAL FINA ELF                                                                     TSP - PRODUCTION
       TOTAL SOUTH PARS                 TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-127             SITE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN




       TSP–P                    PR–PRD–SAF–127                            Rev 2A 28/12/2001


                          SITE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN


       Objective:

               The purpose of this Document is to provide the Emergency Response Team and the
               Crisis Management Cell with the necessary information and Procedures which will be
               required to manage an emergency situation during any phase of the South Pars Phase 2
               & Phase 3 development.



       Distribution :

               As per controlled copy holders in SOP Files plus :
               Site Manager (2)                         Production Manager (2)
               Head of Construction (2)                 Head of Production (2)
               Head of Operation Supports (2)           TSP/A Representative (2)
               Site HSE Manager (2)                     Head of Fire Fighting (2)
               Chief Medical Officer                    HSE File for records
               Head of IT and Telecomm                  Commissioning SL (2)
               SIMOPS Leader TSP                        HSE Manager (Paris)
               Environmental Engineer                   Head of Plant Production (2)
               Safety Engineer

       Reason for revision:

               Dedicated to the current phase of project and integrate the last changes in tittles,
               including nomination of Responsible for Safety and Environment. Valid until Site Manager
               changes to Production.



                                         Authorisation Record

            ORIGINATOR                  TECHNICAL AUTHORITY                      ISSUING AUTHORITY
Signature                             Signature                              Signatures



                                                                             POSITION      TSP SITE MANAGER

                                                                             NAME         J.GALVEZ / A. MARCHAL
                 SAFETY SUPPORT                                                             SITE PRODUCTION
POSITION                              POSITION        SITE HSE MANAGER       POSITION           MANAGER
               LEADER / SAFETY ENG.
NAME           WAHJONO / C.SEWELL     NAME          A.RIVALAIN / B. WALLYN   NAME         M. LING / P. GIRONDON

DATE            28 DECEMBER 2001      DATE            28 DECEMBER 2001       DATE           28 DECEMBER 2001




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                                                         CONTENTS


1       INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................. 3
        1.1   Emergency Response Philosophy ..................................................................... 3
        1.2   Emergency Response Plan (ERP) ...................................................................... 3
        1.3   Definition of an Emergency................................................................................. 3
        1.4   Definition of an Incident ...................................................................................... 4
        1.5   Responsible for Safety and Environment (RSE) ............................................... 4
        1.6   Training and Testing of the ERP ........................................................................ 4
        1.7   Supporting the ERP ............................................................................................. 6
        1.8   Development and Updating of the ERP ............................................................. 6

2       OVERVIEW OF ERP ORGANISATION AND COMMUNICATION LINES ......................... 6
        2.1   ERP Organisation ................................................................................................. 6
        2.1.1 Emergency Response Team (ERT)..................................................................... 6
        2.1.2 Crisis Management Cell (CMC) ........................................................................... 7
        2.2   ERP Flowchart ...................................................................................................... 7

3       EMERGENCY RESPONSE ARRANGEMENTS ................................................................ 9
        3.1  Function ................................................................................................................ 9
        3.2  Emergency Communications .............................................................................. 9
        3.3  Control Room ....................................................................................................... 9
        3.4  Crisis Management Room ................................................................................. 10
        3.5  Escape, Mustering and Evacuation .................................................................. 10
        3.6  Onshore and Offshore MEDEVAC Procedures ............................................... 10
        3.7  Death (Repatriation of Body) ............................................................................ 11
        3.8  Other Procedures ............................................................................................... 11

4       EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURE ...................................................................... 11
        4.1  All Personnel ...................................................................................................... 11
        4.2  In Case of General Alarm................................................................................... 12

5       ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................... 13
        5.1   All Personnel ...................................................................................................... 13
        5.2   Non-Essential Personnel ................................................................................... 13
        5.3   Essential Personnel ........................................................................................... 13
        5.4   Supporting Role ................................................................................................. 13

6       CRISIS MANAGEMENT CELL OVERVIEW .................................................................... 14

7       ACTION CARDS ............................................................................................................... 15




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1       INTRODUCTION

1.1     Emergency Response Philosophy

        This Site Emergency Response Plan (ERP) has been prepared in compliance with the
        Company HSE Policy to set an organization able to response to an Emergency in TSP
        activities in the area of Assaluyeh.

        To respect it, the following philosophy is in force:
         The protection of life is the First priority in any emergency.
         Always consider potential escalation of an incident.
         Provide suitable information to personnel as appropriate.
         Provide safe means of access to a place of safety.
         Provide suitable means of escape and evacuation.
         Provide appropriate support facilities.

        and appliance in this ERP comply with the following criterias:
         Appropriate resources and arrangements maintained for all reasonably foreseenable
           emergencies.
         Co-operation, liaison and communication with appropriate internal and external parties, in
           the event of an emergency.
         Response arrangements in place at all levels to protect against identified hazards.
         Provision of suitable and sufficient training for all employees required to implement the
           ERP effectively.

1.2     Emergency Response Plan (ERP)

        This Emergency Response is prepared to respond to, and control an emergency situation on
        or affecting South Pars Phase 2 & Phase 3 activities. The plan is provided for personnel on
        the site and is also suitable to provide the response from onshore personnel to an offshore
        emergency.

        Specific actions of local bodies and agencies are not covered. This plan shows the
        responsibility for instructing or informing them of the incident and the request for possible
        assistance that may be required, but not details the physical action required.

        The Plan:
         Identifies the persons involved in the organization.
         Defines the response of personnel to emergencies that may affect the plant or two
           wellhead platforms, or the personnel.
         Provides directives for all personnel who may be involved in an incident.
         Sets out the ERP Organisation and communication lines.
         Clarifies the roles and responsibilities of all personnel in an emergency.
         Prompts the actions to be taken in an emergency.

1.3     Definition of an Emergency

        An emergency is defined as any unplanned event outside the normal operating conditions,
        which is likely to cause harm to personnel, property, the environment or the image of the
        Company. It is a situation that requires immediate action by the Emergency Response
        Services.

        An emergency is declared by the Site Manager or the Shift Superintendent depending on the
        severity of the incident or escalation of it. The Shift Superintendent will make the declaration
        when the Site Manager is unavailable or not directly contactable (night shift), or when the
        severity of the incident dictates.



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1.4     Definition of an Incident

        An incident is defined as an event that has the potential to develop into an emergency
        situation. Without an incident an emergency situation cannot arise.

        The severity of an incident determines the level of response required and therefore this plan
        has categorised incidents into three levels of severity. The Incident Severity diagram on page
        5 provides guidance to assist the Site Manager and the Shift Superintendent when
        determining the severity of an incident and the potential development of an emergency
        situation.

        A Minor incident can be dealt with by the duty personnel and site services. A serious incident
        can be controlled by the emergency services available. Outside assistance may be called to
        be on stand-by but may not be required to control the incident. A Major Incident is beyond the
        resource capability of the Phase 2 & Phase 3 site, requiring the mobilisation of common
        facilities emergency services of Phase 1 once in service and external agencies/authorities.

1.5     Responsible for Safety and Environment (RSE)

        The Responsible for Safety and Environment has the overall responsibility for the Emergency
        Response Plan preparation and application. In the present phase of the Project, the RSE,
        nominanted by the General Manager of TSP is the Construction Manager.

1.6     Training and Testing of the ERP

        The training will ensure that all personnel are aware of their roles during an emergency.

        To ensure that the members of the Emergency Response Team and the Crisis Management
        Cell are familiar with the requirements of this Plan and associated procedures “desk top” drills
        will be conducted. They will focus on specific scenarios. The purpose “desk top” drills is to
        ensure that:
         Logistic requirements are in place.
         Administrative requirements can be met.
         Communication links are available (scenarios should also include failed communications).
         Escape and evacuation routes are suitable and clear.
         Mustering can be carried out correctly.
         Essential personnel know their roles, responsibilities and positions etc.
         The response time and co-ordination are measured in order to provide improvements to
             the ERP.
         Effective debriefings on the scenarios are provided to personnel.

        It is carried out without disturbing the majority of the workforce through full scale drills.

        A general annual exercise based on precise scenario requires the participation of all
        personnel. This involves all the Emergency Services and the Crisis Management Cell, external
        authorities and TSP offices. Medical evacuation can be exercised separately.

        Drills and exercises for the Emergency Services are carried out frequently and are organised,
        developed and initiated by the respective departments.


        Transfer from Project Site control to Production Site control is planned to be on
        handover of Train 2. As that time a revision of the present document shall be emitted.




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          INCIDENT SEVERITY DIAGRAM




                                              INCIDENT
                                           SITE / OFFSITE



         MINOR                                SERIOUS                                      MAJOR
A Minor Incident is defined as     A Serious Incident is defined as an         A Major Incident is defined as an
an incident that:                  incident that has or will have the          incident that affects or will have the
                                   potential for affecting:                    potential for affecting:
 Does not affect the safety
  of more than one person.          The safety of more than one person.        The safety of many personnel.
 Will not result in unplanned      The plant safety.                          Causes complete unplanned
  production shutdown.              Causes an unplanned production              Production shutdown.
 Poses no safety risk to            shutdown.                                  Results in more than one death.
  adjacent units/site.              Results in the death of one person.        Poses a safety risk to adjacent
                                    Poses a safety risk to adjacent units.      units and outside the site
Examples:                                                                        boundaries.
 Falls and trips,                 Examples:
 Injury to one person that         Collapse of scaffolding resulting in      Examples:
  does not result in disability.     death and/or several injured               Gas release from the Slug
 Leak or rupture of                 personnel.                                  Catchers that has potential to
  equipment containing non-         H2S leak which although all ESD             impact on public roads.
  hazardous gas/liquid (not          actions have executed correctly still      Jet fire from one train impinging
  resulting in death),               poses a threat to personnel until the       on adjacent fire zone.
 Small non-hydrocarbon              gas has dispersed.                         H2S release from Claus units in
  fires in open areas,              Ignited Gas Release in process              the direction of the fire station
 An oil/chemical spill which        area, deluge and ESD actions                and control room,
  can be cleaned and                 executed but threat remains until fire     Releases from condensate tanks,
  removed by the Site and            has been extinguished,                     An oil/chemical spill that needs
  associated services, etc.         An oil/chemical spill which requires        the intervention of a command
                                     the mobilisation and assistance of          center headed by TSP,
                                     local and regional resources, etc.          DGEP/CMC and Iranian National
                                                                                 Authority, etc.




           CORE EMERGENCY SERVICES                                       EMERGENCY RESPONSE
           FIRE FIGHTING              SECURITY                                  TEAM
                                                                           (CONTROL ROOM)
            SEARCH &                MEDICAL
             RESCUE                ASSISTANCE
                                                                    CRISIS MANAGEMENT CELL


         ANOMALIES AND INCIDENT REPORTING
          HSE           PRODUCTION              HR & ADMIN



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1.7     Supporting the ERP

        A number of personnel and external organisations will be involved in the aplication of the ERP.
        They require training and information specific to the function or role they will play. It includes:
         All personnel on site without specific duty, including Offsite
         All essential personnel with a key role in the Emergency Plan.
         Phase 1 Emergency Services.
         Coast Guard (Organisation to be advised).
         Police and Local Authorities.
         TSP Dubai, Paris and Tehran.
         Logistic Bases.
         NIGC Gas Dispatching.
         POGC, PSEZ,…
         Condensate Loading Facilities and Vessel Operators
         Hyundai and sub-contractors
         Commissionning and Operation During Comissionning Team

1.8     Development and Updating of the ERP

        Development and updating of the ERP is the responsibility of the Site Manager. He delegates
        this responsibility to the HSE Site Manager.
         The ERP should be reviewed, tested and improved whenever applicable.
         The ERP will be maintained to ensure its use as an essential training and reference tool.
         Changes in organization, legislation, company policy will be considered when appropriate.

2       OVERVIEW OF ERP ORGANISATION AND COMMUNICATION LINES

2.1     ERP Organisation

        The site ERP organisation is split into two groups: the Emergency Response Team and the
        Crisis Management Cell.

2.1.1   Emergency Response Team (ERT)

        The Emergency Response Team (ERT) is led by the Shift Superintendent on Duty at the time
        of the incident. Assisting will be from other ERT permanent members : HSE (Safety Support
        Leader or Operational Safety Leader), Production (Process or Utility Superintendent), as well
        as all member of the site emergency team. The Shift Superintendent will nominate a Senior
        Operator to act as the On-Scene Commander and manage the incident on scene. On-Sene
        commander can also be the Head of Fire Fighting especially if the accident takes place out of
        the Process area (road, camp, etc.). Communication between the Wellhead Platforms,
        Seawater Intake, Condensate Loading facilities or vessels, and facilities dispatching gas will
        be directly through the Shift Superintendent in the Control Room. Head of Fire Fighting will
        stay at Fire Station or mobilise himself to the site of the emergency to asist the On Site
        Commander if/as requested.

        The ERT provides the initial response to any incident and co-ordinates the emergency
        services (firefighting, search and rescue, medic and security assistance) by the intervention
        team (firefighters, medic, and security officer). This initial response is provided to prevent
        escalation and rapidly remove the threat of the incident. If the incident escalates or can not be
        contained and controlled by the ERT and the immediate services at its disposal, the Shift
        Superintendent will inform the Crisis Management Cell who will then assume the control of the
        situation and organise further response.




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2.1.2   Crisis Management Cell (CMC)

        The Crisis Management Cell (CMC) is led by the Site Manager with Production Manager as
        his deputy. Assisting will be from other CMC permanent members : Head of Construction,
        Head of Production, HSE Manager, Administration Coordinator, Head of Operations Supports,
        and TSP/A Representative. In the event of a serious or major incident, or further escalation,
        the ERT leader (Shift Superintendent) will contact the CMC leader (Site Manager) and, if he is
        by no means available, then with following order : Production Manager, Head of Production,
        Head of Construction, TSP/A Representative, HSE Manager, Head of Operations Support,
        and Administration Coordinator. Any one of them has the power to decide whether or not CMC
        mobilisation needs to be done. If not, he will continue with providing further instruction to the
        ERT. If yes, he will reestablish contact with other CMC permanent members either directly or
        through the telephone operator and ensure the readiness of the Crisis Management Room.

        The Crisis Management Room should be accessible at anytime. To ensure this, a key will be
        kept by the telephone operator who works on shift (24 hr availability).

        The authority is transferred from the ERT to the CMC once this one becomes operative. There
        will continue to be a constant flow of information between the ERT (Shift Superintendent) and
        the CMC (Site Manager).

        The Site Manager is responsible for managing the emergency. He is assisted by the CMC and
        lead all of the site emergency services. The CMC may call internal advisors (IT &
        Telecommunications, Maintenance, Environment, Condensate Loading, Commissioning and
        ODC, etc.) for further technical supports. The CMC is also able to call for assistance from the
        local Police and Authorities, the Shipping Port Organisation, Kangan Refinery and call out for
        Mutual Aid Assistance or International Response. It is also the responsibility of the CMC to
        inform TSP Tehran, Paris and Dubai and logistic bases to ensure that they are available to
        assist with the emergency response.

2.2 ERP Flowchart

        It is essential that all personnel know their duties and responsibilities as well as the actions
        they should take to ensure that the response is fast and effective.

        The ERP flowchart on the following page shows the overall organisation and lines of
        communication. Lines of communication are shown connecting ERT and CMC with services
        and external parties. The flowchart provides an overall picture of the organisation and
        communication lines; It’s also evident that the required communications shall be dependent on
        the nature of the incident.

        The flowchart shows the split in responsibilities between the first stage of operational
        response, the ERT, and the management level response from the CMC.

        Each team is shown with all services and external parties branching. The cells are colour
        coded to show services or external parties who are required to act on an instruction, required
        to further delegate and provide feedback and those that only require to be informed of the
        event.




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ERP FLOWCHART




  OPERATION’S                                                               ON-SCENE                                                OPERATION
   SUPPORT                                                                 COMMANDER                                                  During
                                                                                                                                  COMMISIONNING


INTERVENTION TEAM
    (Fire Station)                                                                                                                 CONDENSATE
                                                                                                                                  LOADING VESSEL
  FIRE FIGHTING
                                                                       EMERGENCY RESPONSE
      MEDIC                                                                   TEAM
                                                                          (Control Room)
                                                                                                                                      SEAWATER
    SECURITY                                                             Shift Superintendent                                          INTAKE
    Duty Officer                                                           Process / Utility
                                                                            Superintendent
                                                                           Safety Support or                                                                      SPGC
                                                                          Operational Safety
                                                                        Project Representative                               NIGC GAS
                                                                                                                           DISPATCHING
                                                                                                                                                          NIGC OPERATIONS
                                                                                                                                                             DIRECTOR

     MUSTER
    CHECKERS

                                                                                                                            KISH                            SPD 3 / 4
                                                                                                                    (FIELD OPERATIONS)
    SECURITY




      ACCESS
     CONTROL




     KANGAN
     REFINERY



     AREA FIRE                                                          CRISIS MANAGEMENT
                                                                                CELL
 SERVICES (PHASE 1)
                                                                    (Crisis Management Room)
                                                                             Site Manager                                 TSP DUBAI                   MEDEVAC - AIRLINES,
                                                                         Production Manager                              (LOGISTICS)                    HELICOPTER &
   AREA MEDICAL
                                                                        Head of Construction                                                          MEDICAL SERVICES.
 SERVICES (PHASE 1)
                                                                         Head of Production
                                                                            HSE Manager
                                                                      Administration Coordinator
   SHIPPING PORT                                                     Head of Operations Supports                                                       TSP CONTRACTOR
   ORGANISATION                                                         TSP/A Representative                                                              RELATIVES
                                                                                                                          TSP PARIS
                                                                                                                       (DUTY OFFICER)
       POLICE
                                                                                                                                                         TSP RELATIVES




                                                                                                                                                              MEDIA
     GAOCMAO,
      ROPME *

                                                                                                                         TSP TEHRAN                        TSP IRANIAN
                                                                                                                                                            RELATIVES
                           LOCAL
                       POPULATION REP.

                                                                                                                         NIGC TEHRAN                           POGC
                                            LOCAL
                                          AUTHORITIES


                                                            POGC ASSALUYEH                                               SPGC / NIGC                        IRANIAN
                                                               SITE REP.                                                 RELATIVES                        AUTHORITIES
  LEGEND :

                   -    ERP Management Team


                   -    Action Required (As appropriate).                                   Note (*):
                                                                                                        - GAOCMAO; Doha – Qatar
                                                                                                           Gulf Area Oil Companies Mutual Aid Organisation.
                   -    Delegated Authority (Decision, Action and Feedback).                            - ROPME – Bahrain
                                                                                                           Regional Organisation for the Protection of the Marine Environment.
                   -    Contacted for Information.




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3       EMERGENCY RESPONSE ARRANGEMENTS

        The organisation of the ERP and the communication requirements detailed in the Section
        above require arrangements and fixed measures to be provided in order to function correctly
        and efficiently. The following arrangements are covered within this document and should be
        subject to review to ensure that they are provided and suitable for the intended purpose:
         Emergency Communication.
         General and Local Alarm System.
         Mustering Procedure.
         Responsibilities of Key Personnel.
         Emergency Response Locations.
         Documentation, Procedures, Maps and Charts.
         Distribution and Awareness of ERP.
         Drills and Exercises.

3.1 Function

        The function of the ERP is to allow for rapid:
         Mustering and accounting of personnel.
         Deployment of essential personnel and resources.
         Control of the incident.
         Assistance to personnel in danger.
         Evacuation of plant if required.
         Relation with authorities and partners.

3.2 Communications

        In the event of an incident or an emergency any person must dial emergency phone number
        5555 which provides a link direct to the control room.
        A separate “Emergency Telephone List” is povided in the back of this document (Appendix B)
        as an attachment, in the Control Room in laminated format and in the Crisis Management
        Room. Phone numbers specific to Medevac, Fatalities and Offshore Oil-spill Contingencies
        are provided within each specific procedure.

        Means of communication for external and local areas are provided in the Control Room and
        the Crisis Management Room.

        Liaison with Local Authorities and other Official Bodies will be required in various aspects of
        the emergency response and in particular for fatalities, missing personnel, if major gas leaks
        impinge on the public roads, or the local environment is endangered. Offsite arangements with
        local authorities have to be made as appropriate by the TSP/A Representative and again all
        contact details are provided in the attached “Emergency Telephone List” or procedures
        specific to the required response.

3.3 Control Room

        The Control Room is located in the Control Building and will be provided with all
        communications requirements, including as a minimum:
        - local communications (PTT Exchange),
        - lines to both Wellhead Platforms,
        - dedicated line to the Crisis Management Room,
        - VHF and UHF Radios, Two Way Radios, and Pagers,
        - Fax Machines, PC’s and Printers,
        - Clocks (local time, Paris time, and GMT),
        - Status Board for writing down events.




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3.4 Crisis Management Room

        The Crisis Management Room is located in the Block B Meeting Room and the following
        resources are provided and maintained within this location.
         International (INMARSAT, VSAT) and local communications (PTT Exchange),
         lines to both Wellhead Platforms,
         dedictad line to the Central Control Room,
         VHF and UHF Radios, Fax Machines, Two Way Radios, and Pagers,
         PC’s and Printers (connected to Site Access Control System),
         Message Boards,
         Status Board for writing down events,
         Clocks (local time, Paris time, and GMT).
         Tape recorders,
         Maps and photos of the site,
         Office supplies (pens, pencils, paper etc.),
         Map of Country and Region,
         Forms and Emergency Aids (Appendix A),
         Telephone directories,
         Documentation, Emergency Response Plan and related procedures/plans,
         Oil Spill Drift Models (OILMAP, OSIS, Mothy).

        In the event that the Crisis Management Room is not suitable or practical for controlling an
        emergency situation the Crisis Room in the Camp can be used as an alternative location. This
        alternative location can provide an alternative for emergencies concerning the camp and also
        related to the Site.

3.5 Escape, Mustering and Evacuation

        The purpose of the Escape, Mustering and Evacuation procedures is to instruct all personnel
        on the specific actions they should take when alerted by alarm to an incident or emergency.
        They describe the initial action to be taken, the routes to be taken when mustering, where to
        go and what action to take on reaching a muster station. They describe the alarms, both
        audible and visual, and the meanings of these alarms. These procedures are applicable to all
        personnel.

        In the event of an emergency the CMC must ensure that mustering and evacuation has been
        conducted in accordance with these procedures. Specifics relating to Security, Access Control
        and contact details for the Muster Stations during an emergency are provided within these
        documents:

           General Safety Arrangements for the De-Watering Phase of SIMOPS – TSP-HSE,
            10/12/2001
           Escape, Mustering and Evacuation – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-138 Rev.1A 23/08/2001 (in a
            later phase)
           Site Access Control – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-141 Rev.1A 23/08/2001 (in a later phase)

3.6 Onshore and Offshore MEDEVAC Procedures

        The purpose of the Onshore and Offshore MEDEVAC procedures is to prompt the immediate
        actions required to deal with a medical emergency occurring at the South Pars Phase 2 & 3
        site or at the two Wellhead Platforms. In the event of a medical emergency, if Medevac is
        requested the CMC must follow the steps stated in the following procedure:

           MEDEVAC Procedure for Construction Site in Assaluyeh EPSCC 2 & 3
            (Rev.7 25/03/00, No Doc No.)




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              MEDEVAC Procedure for Development Wells on SPD3 & SPD4 and Pipeline Barge
               (Rev.0 29/08/00, No Doc No.)
              “MEDEVAC Procedure for Marine Facilities (SPMB, Dive Vessel, Work boats, etc..)
               procedure for current phase of project have not been issued.”

        These procedures provides the actions to be taken to deal with a medical emergency
        evacuation, provides contact telephone details and reporting requirements.

3.7 Death (Repatriation of Body)

        In the event of a death on site the CMC must follow the steps stated in the following
        procedure:

              Contingency Plan & Emergency Procedure – TSP Staff Fatality
               (Rev.0 22/9/99, No Doc No.)

        The procedure provides the actions to be taken to deal with a fatality, states the logistical
        requirements and provides contact telephone details.

3.8 Other Procedures

        The following procedures must all be understood and applied by the ERT and CMC in the
        event of an incident or emergency situation. Training of personnel is key point to ensure that
        these procedures are understood and applied by all personnel.

              Hydrogen Sulphide Hazards and Precautions – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-124 (Rev.1
               19/06/2001)
              Emergency Drill and Exercises – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-125 (Rev.1 21/06/2001)
              “Oil Spill Emergency Response procedure for current phase of project in draft format.”

4       EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURE

4.1     All Personnel

        Any person discovering a Fire / Explosion / Gas / Condensate or Chemical Leak should follow
        these steps.

        i.        Raise the alarm by the nearest available method:
                   Emergency telephone No. 5555.
                   Radio to the Control Room on production channels Utility or Process.
                   Activate nearest Manual Alarm Call Point.

        ii.       Provide Control Room with:
                   The location and nature of the incident.
                   His name and location.
                   Information on personnel injured or trapped.

        iii.      If it is safe to do so and he has been trained, he should attempt to control the incident
                  using local emergency equipment.

        iv.       If the incident cannot be controlled safely, leave the area (if in building close all doors
                  behind you).

        v.        Respond to the directions given by the alarm or emergency services.




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        Any person discovering a casualty :

        i.        Do not approach or move the casualty unless you are sure it is safe to do so and that
                  it is necessary.

        ii.       Raise the alarm by the nearest available method:
                   Emergency telephone No. 5555.
                   Radio to the Control Room.

        iii.      Inform the Control Room of the casualty at the earliest opportunity, giving the following
                  details:
                   The location of casualty and identity, if known.
                   The type of injury.
                   Your name and location.

        iv.       Only administer first aid if trained or it is obviously necessary.

        v.        Remain with the casualty until the Medical Services arrive.

        Any person receiving a bomb alert or security threat should immediately inform the Control
        Room on 5555 and they will inform Security.

4.2     In Case of General Alarm

4.2.1   Non-Essential Personnel

        On hearing the General Alarm (GA), local alarms or on direction from the Emergency
        Services, personnel are being notified that an emergency situation is taking place on the site.
        On hearing the GA all personnel who are not part of the Emergency Response Team (Non-
        Essential Personnel) must follow the steps stated in the Escape, Mustering and Evacuation
        procedures, mainly leave the area and report to a Muster Point.

4.2.2   Offshore Personnel

        Personnel who are required to visit the Wellhead Platforms will be given specific instruction
        prior to each visit on the actions to be taken by them in the event of an emergency. A phone
        line is provided in the Comms Room of each platform to provide emergency communication
        between the two platforms and the Control Room. These should be used to notify the Control
        Room of any non-production related incidents or emergencies.

        As the Wellhead Platforms are normally un-manned, full emergency control for both platforms
        is provided by the Control Room so no production shutdown intervention will be required from
        any personnel who happen to be offshore at the time of an incident.

        The following procedures must be understood and applied by the ERT and CMC in the event
        of an incident or emergency situation occuring offshore. Training of all offshore personnel will
        ensure that these procedures are understood and are applied.

              Offshore Emergency Response Plan – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-227 (to be issued)
              Oil Spill Emergency Response Plan – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-232 (to be issued)
              Escape, Mustering and Evacuation – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-238 (to be issued)
              Simultaneous Operations – TSP-P-PR-PRD-SAF-239 (to be issued)




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4.2.3   Essential Personnel

        Essential Personnel have either a direct role to play in an emergency response or will play a
        supporting role. The action they take on being mobilised or hearing the GA will depend on
        their function when responding to an emergency; the mustering location is indicated in the list
        below. Those personnel who have a direct role in an emergency are specified by
        position/function in this section, however the attached sheet in Appendix B indicates the
        current names and contact details for all these personnel.

        A number of Essential Personnel who play a supporting role will be required to stand-by until
        required. These personnel should Muster as instructed for all Non-Essential personnel but
        should stay at the Main Muster Station until they are mobilised by either the Shift
        Superintendent or Site Manager.

        The specific muster reporting actions to ensure that all personnel are accounted for are
        covered in the procedures referenced in Section 3.5.

5       ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

5.1     All Personnel

        Any person on site, discovering an incident has to follow steps of procedure outlined in
        Section 4.1.

5.2     Non-Essential Personnel

        Personnel who have no specified emergency duty must:
         Stop work, making work site safe.
         Muster as described in Section 3.5.
         Bring any issues that may assist with the control of the incident to the attention of any
            member of Essential Personnel or the Muster Checker at their muster point.

5.3     Essential Personnel

        The reponsibilities of Essential Personnel with predetermined emergency functions are
        outlined in the “Action Cards”. The positions stated represent the position which will be
        assumed by personnel when an incident arises. The names and contact details of all
        personnel who fill these positions is provided in Appendix B in the “Emergency Telephone
        List”. The list will be updated to reflect changes in personnel and changes in responsibility of
        site control. Although these positions are all assigned to personnel prior to an emergency, the
        Site Manager can reallocate roles to improve the effectiveness of the response or to
        compensate for missing personnel.

5.4     Supporting Role

        Other personnel who can provide support or technical assistance in the event of an
        emergency may be called to either the Control Room or the Crisis Management Room when
        their assistance is required. Specific Action Cards are not required for these personnel, as
        either the Shift Superintendent or Site Manager will directly instruct them. These persons can
        be mainly:
        - Comissionning and Operation During Comissionning Personnel,
        - Maintenance Personnel,
        - Hyundai and its sub-contractors,
        - IT and Telecom Personnel,
        - Environment specialist.




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6          CRISIS MANAGEMENT CELL OVERVIEW



                                              SITE MANAGER

                    PRODUCTION
                     MANAGER


  HEAD OF             HEAD OF              SITE HSE        ADMINISTRATION       OPERATIONS             TSP/A
CONSTRUCTION        PRODUCTION             MANAGER          COORDINATOR          SUPPORTS          REPRESENTATIVE



    CONSTRUCTION      MAINTENANCE          FIRE FIGHTING       MUSTERING            MEDEVAC              TEHRAN
    CONTRACTORS


                                           SEARCH AND          ERT & CMC         SITE LOGISTICS           PARIS
      OPERATION        OFFSHORE
                                             RESCUE            LOGISTICS
       DURING
    COMMISSIONING

                     GAS DISPATCHING         MEDICAL           PERSONNEL         KISH LOGISTICS         SECURITY
                       & RECEIVING                           ADMINISTRATION
                        FACILITIES

                                          ENVIRONMENTAL                          DUBAI LOGISTICS         LOCAL
                                           CHEMICAL AND                                                AUTHORITIES
                       SEAWATER              OIL SPILLS
                        INTAKE
                       FACILITIES                                                    MARINE              POLICE,
                                                                                                      HOSPITALS etc.
                                           SHIPPING PORT
                                           ORGANISATION
                      CONDESATE
                                                                                  COMPUTERS &             POGC
                        LOADING
                                                                                  TELECOMM’S
                       FACILITIES
                                              PHASE 1
                                            EMERGENCY
                                             SERVICES                                                     SPGC



                                                                                                        MEDEVAC
                                          INTERNATIONAL
                                             OIL SPILL
                                             AGENCIES




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   7       ACTION CARDS

                                                            Card Ref.
                      Function / Role                                       Muster Location
                                                          (Appendix C)
ERT Leader
                                                              C.1             Control Room
Shift Superintendent
On-Scene Commander
                                                              C.2             Control Room
Senior Operator or Head of Fire Fighting
HSE Representative
                                                              C.3             Control Room
Safety Support Leader or Operational Safety Leader
Production Representative
                                                              C.4             Control Room
Utilities Superintendent or Process Superintendent
Events Logger
                                                             C.15             Control Room
On-Shift Personnel Nominated by Shift Superintendent
Head of Fire Fighting                                         C.5              Fire Station
Security Duty Officer                                         C.6              Fire Station
CMC Leader
                                                              C.7        Crisis Management Room
Site Manager
Deputy Site Manager
                                                              C.8        Crisis Management Room
Production Manager
Head of Construction                                         C.9         Crisis Management Room
Head of Production                                           C.10        Crisis Management Room
HSE Manager                                                  C.11        Crisis Management Room
Personnel Representative
                                                             C.12        Crisis Management Room
Administration Coordinator
Head of Operations Supports                                  C.13        Crisis Management Room
TSP/A Representative                                         C.14        Crisis Management Room
Events Logger
                                                             C.15        Crisis Management Room
Any Personnel Nominated by Head of Operations Supports
Telephone Operator                                           C.16              Building A




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