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					                                   TUBULAR HANDLING APPRAISAL FORM

                                         Rig Name                             SUMMARY FORM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Version 3.3 22th August 2005 imc
                                         Type of Rig




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       What’s the impact on competency
                                         Owner




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  maintenance offshore? (H, M, L)


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    recommendations and reasons
                                         Year of Manufacture




                                                                                                                                                                                                              Can space be made available?


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             What is the structural impact?




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Would there be an issue with
                                                                                                                                                        Can benefit be achieved by
                                         Drilling Contractor




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         What’s the training impact


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      What’s the training impact



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   rig interfaces? (H, M or L)



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Risk mitigation measures,
                                                                                                                             (H,M,L) N=Not Applicable


                                                                                                                                                        working practices? Y or N




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Difficulty of installation?
                                         Sheet Completed By




                                                                                                                                                                                     Safety benefit (H,M,L)
                                                                                                    additional information




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Are utilities available?




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       assessment? (Y or N)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  What's the impact on
                                         Position




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      onshore? (H, M, L)
                                                                                                                             Frequency of use?
                                                                              Current situation?




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         offshore? (H,M,L)
                                                                                                    Current situation
                                         Checked By




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (Y, N, T or U)
                                         Position




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             (H, M or L)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (H, M or L)
                                                                                                                                                                                                              (Y, N or E)
                                         Date Completed
             Highlight each cell for input or right click a cell to
                         view the guidance notes
                                    Derrick
Derrick Crane                           Telescopic Stabbing and Basket
Derrick Crane                           Vertical Hoist Type Stabbing Basket
Pipe Racking System
Tuggers                                 Man Riding
Tuggers                                 Non Manriding
Tuggers                                 Dual Use
Finger Board                            Mechanised Finger Board
Finger Board                            Manual Monkey Board
Offline Tubular Building
                                   Rig Floor
Iron Roughneck
Slips                                   Drill Pipe
Slips                                   Drill Collar
Slips                                   Casing
Slips                                   Tubing
Dog Collar
Elevators                               Drill Pipe
Elevators                               Drill Collar
Elevators                               Tubing
Casing Stabbing System
Stabbing Arm
Mouse Hole
Mouse Hole 2
Automatic Thread Doper
Top Drive
Pipe Spinners
Hydraulic Cathead
Rotary Table
Drawworks
Auxiliary Braking System
Block Control System (KEMS)
Battery Backup System
Crown and Floor Saver Systems
Pick Up/Lay Down Machines               V Door Pick Up/Lay Down Machine
Mud bucket
                                   Pipe Deck
Riser Handling System
Gantry Crane
Knuckle Boom Crane
Pipe Deck Pipe Transfer Machine
Pipe Conveyor
Catwalk Tugger
Electronic Pipe Measuring Device
                 Other Handling Tasks/Equipment




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                                        Rig Name                             ADDITIONAL DATA SHEET                                                        Version 3.3 22th August 2005 imc
                                        Type of Rig
                                        Owner                                Operational Program                       Additional Information
                                        Year of Manufacture
                                        Drilling Contractor
                                        Sheet Completed By
                                        Position
                                        Checked By
                                        Position
                                        Date Completed

   Highlight a cell to show the appropriate data entry dialogue box          Risk Mitigation Measures                  Recommendations          Reasons
                                  Derrick
Derrick Crane                          Telescopic Stabbing and Basket
Derrick Crane                          Vertical Hoist Type Stabbing Basket
Pipe Racking System
Tuggers                                Man Riding
Tuggers                                Non Manriding
Tuggers                                Dual Use
Finger Board                           Mechanised Finger Board
Finger Board                           Manual Monkey Board
Offline Tubular Building
                                 Rig Floor
Iron Roughneck
Slips                                  Drill Pipe
Slips                                  Drill Collar
Slips                                  Casing
Slips                                  Tubing
Dog Collar
Elevators                              Drill Pipe
Elevators                              Drill Collar
Elevators                              Tubing
Casing Stabbing System
Stabbing Arm
Mouse Hole
Mouse Hole 2
Automatic Thread Doper
Top Drive
Pipe Spinners
Hydraulic Cathead
Rotary Table
Drawworks
Auxiliary Braking System
Block Control System (KEMS)
Battery Backup System
Crown and Floor Saver Systems
Pick Up/Lay Down Machines              V Door Pick Up/Lay Down Machine



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  Highlight a cell to show the appropriate data entry dialogue box       Risk Mitigation Measures                  Recommendations   Reasons
Mud bucket                      Derrick
                               Pipe Deck
Riser Handling System
Gantry Crane
Knuckle Boom Crane
Pipe Deck Pipe Transfer Machine
Pipe Conveyor
Catwalk Tugger
Electronic Pipe Measuring Device
                 Other Handling Tasks/Equipment




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                       Help

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        Using The Form
        When using the form it is possible to get additional help for each question. If the user right-clicks on a
        cell a popup dialogue box will be displayed offering extended guidance notes.

        Data Entry
        Some of the cells have data validation rules attached to them that will require you to provide one of a
        preset list of answers, for example Y, N for yes or no or H, M, L for high, medium or low. If you get an
        error message when entering your answers it will most probably be because your response does not
        match one of the preset answers.

        Some cells on the worksheet will popup an extended dialogue box when selected. One example of this
        is the Rig Name cell at the top left of both the Summary form and the Additional Data form.
        Highlighting any of the cells in this group will display the data entry input dialogue box.

        On the Summary form there is a column titled Risk Mitigation Measures. Clicking on this column will
        popup a dialog box into which risk, recommendation and reason text can be entered. When risk
        mitigation measure text has been entered, the column will show "Yes" in each cell where text has
        been entered. You can also view this text by looking at the Additional Data form.




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                        Guidance
         Background
         Late 2004, a cross industry Workgroup was formed to look at developing an agreed methodology
         which would allow duty holders to be able to demonstrate a robust and well-reasoned process to
         determine the level of tubular handling mechanisation employed on any installation, and to be able
         to formally justify these decisions using an appraisal tool.

         This had been prompted by several forums questioning whether increased mechanisation of tubular
         handling processes could result in better safety performance. Several attempts to fully address the
         issue had been made in recent times, but none had been entirely successful.
         The HSE were asked by the Offshore Industry Advisory Committee (OIAC) to formally address this
         issue and, following discussions with industry representatives during 2004, accepted the
         recommendation that a cross industry Steering Group and Workgroup be formed to work on
         developing an agreed appraisal methodology for tubular handling operations. Details of Steering
         Group and Workgroup participating members are shown below.

         Guidelines
         A key objective of this initiative is to assist operators and contractors to identify areas within Tubular
         Handling Operations which have the potential to be conducted more safely, and to look at the
         practicalities of reducing manual handling by the introduction of mechanical aids, or
         changes/amendments to current working practices.

         Duty Holders continue to voice the view that increased mechanisation does not necessarily lead to a
         reduction in incident rates, and many would support this view. However, with the mechanisation
         issue being raised after every incident, everyone agrees that development of a robust methodology
         for justifying tubular handling equipment decisions is necessary. The HSE consider it unlikely that
         this appraisal methodology will highlight a requirement for major changes in equipment usage
         offshore in the immediate future.

         Conducting an Appraisal
         Each company should appoint a Team Leader/Project Manager with responsibility to oversee the
         appraisal on all units owned by the company.

         Offshore
         It is recommended that initially an offshore appraisal is conducted with the following personnel
         participating in the appraisal team:

         Offshore Installation Manager
         Rig Superintendent/Senior Toolpusher or Assistant Rig Super./ Night Toolpusher
         Maintenance Supervisor
         Deck Foreman or Crane Driver

         This team of „appraisers‟ need not rely solely on their own knowledge and experience, but are
         encouraged to involve personnel from within their organisation.

         This could include:
         • Persons with experience          on different installations
         • Persons with experience          of different types of installations
         • Persons with experience          of working in different countries
         • Persons with experience          of working with different drilling contractors
         • Persons with experience          in working for different operators
         • Persons with experience          in working in different disciplines




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                        Guidance

         When conducting the Appraisal consideration should be given to how often any given task is
         performed, any planned future operations for the unit (if known) and what the expected operational
         life of the unit is. Also the level and detail of the assessment will depend on the extent of any
         Tubular Handling Equipment that may or may not be installed on the unit.

         The Template
         The attached „Tubular Handling Appraisal Form‟ is a tool in template format for Microsoft Excel which
         has been developed to allow users to formally document the factors leading to the choices of
         equipment and level of mechanisation used on offshore installations. A key element is that the
         template should be in a user-friendly format, which could be easily completed by offshore personnel
         during the course of their everyday business.

         The template is designed to be followed through to a conclusion, however it may identify any
         possible “show stoppers” as progress is made through the process. Should a show stopper be
         identified offshore it should be fully analysed and discussed with the onshore team prior to
         furthering the assessment.

         While the template has been developed with the expectation that this will for the most part be
         completed electronically, an accompanying guidance sheet has been included which should assist
         users in completing the spreadsheet in paper format when the electronic version (with its enhanced
         information features) is unavailable.

         By right-clicking on each cell on the form, a pop-up window provides additional guidance or
         information. If more than yes/no answers are required, further text should be included in the risk
         mitigation section.

         In the top row, after completing the self explanatory rig details, users are asked to consider a
         number of features which have a direct relevance to mechanisation decisions. These range from
         frequency of task, availability of utilities, through to competency and maintenance issues. Boxes
         should be completed for each item of equipment (grouped into categories), according to the
         questions asked and using the guidance available.

         An important section allows the user to document recommendations from the assessment of each
         piece of equipment‟s usage, and the reasons behind these. Risk mitigation measures already carried
         out should also be noted.

         Onshore
         Once completed the appraisal should be forwarded to the Project Manager onshore for review and
         approval.

         Some appraisals will require further review and consideration by an onshore team to clarify any
         outstanding points raised during the offshore appraisal, and decide if any further action is required
         (e.g. ascertain budget requirements or constraints).

         The onshore team should include the following disciplines, and should possess the necessary
         experience and knowledge to deliver a comprehensive appraisal:

         Project Manager, Drilling Operations, Engineering, Health and Safety

         The Project Manager shall agree an action plan with the offshore and onshore appraisal teams.

         Appraisals should be carried out for all installations, even those which are non-operational or
         stacked, and new appraisals should be completed should the installation‟s operational status or work
         programme change.

         After Completion



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                        Guidance

         Once the template is completed and rig owners have developed any action plan necessary, this
         should be retained as a reference document. During safety case assessment or incident
         investigation, the HSE may ask rig owners to use the appraisal tool to demonstrate that the
         necessary steps have been taken, to justify ALARP practices. It may be considered technically
         limiting if the costs involved are high and the operational future of the unit is short or available work
         limited.

         A definition of technically limiting could be where additional costs (e.g. these could be shipyard and
         mooring costs, major structural changes and power generation costs [electrical or otherwise])
         accumulate to 100% of the costs of providing new mechanised equipment plus ancillary equipment.
         Any additional costs in the region of 10%-100% of the cost of new mechanised equipment plus
         ancillary equipment costs would support arguments from the duty holder that the provision cannot
         be fully met.

         If deemed appropriate, the HSE may sample the appraisal, and/or inspect action plan
         implementation.

         Acknowledgements
         Tubular Handling Steering Group Members
         Mark Burns (Noble Drilling /IADC NSC Chairman 2004)
         Dominic Cattini (IADC)
         Margaret Copland (HSE)
         Michael Griffin (Maritime Hydraulics)
         Bob Kyle (UKOOA)
         Jimmy Moore (Diamond Offshore)
         Chris Ness (GlobalSantaFe/IADC NSC Chairman 2005)
         Dave Richardson (National Oilwell Varco)
         Ferdinand Gubler (SSOM)
         Mohamed El Halimi (DEA)
         Tubular Handling Workgroup
         Richie Adams (Maersk Contractors/BROA)
         John Bowie (Maritime Hydraulics)
         Ian Clydesdale (GlobalSantaFe)
         Kenny Dey
         Billy Gill (National Oilwell Varco)
         Allan Green (HSE)
         Peter Mayo (BP)
         Alan MacLeod (ENSCO Offshore)
         Wes McDonald (Rowan Drilling)
         Ian McKay (ENSCO Offshore)
         Gerry Murphy (KCA Deutag)
         Martin Nuttall (GlobalSantaFe)
         Martin Reekie (Shell)
         Eddie Sarkis (Maersk Contractors) - Workgroup Chairman
         Richard Tait (Maritime Hydraulics)
         Tom Whalen (Talisman)
         Steering and Work Group Facilitators
         Val Hood (IADC North Sea Chapter)
         Vicky Reid (IADC North Sea Chapter)




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                       Question Guidance

         Current           Please indicate what the current situation is regarding this equipment. For most
         Situation         equipment, please indicate:
                           Yes=The equipment is onboard, No=The equipment is not onboard

                           For some equipment you will be asked to indicate if the equipment is:
                           A=Automatic, S=Semi Automatic, M=Manual, No=Not Applicable

                           For Drawworks, please indicate:
                           B=Band, D=Disc or Y=Dynamic

                           For Crown and floor saver, please indicate:
                           C=Crown only or CF=Crown and floor.

                           For Electronic pipe measuring device, please indicate:
                           On=Onshore, Off=Offshore
         Additional        Where appropriate, please provide additional information about each item of
         Information       equipment, for example:

                           For winches, please indicate the number of winches onboard.
                           For slips, elevators, pipe spinners and pipe handlers etc, please indicate the maximum
                           size in inches.
                           For Hydraulic Cathead, please indicate the maximum line pull in ftlbs.

                           For auxiliary braking system please indicate water, electric (ElMagCo) or dynamic.

         Frequency of Please indicate what the frequency of use is for this piece of equipment.
         Use
                      H=Used daily, M=Several times per fortnight, L=Seldom, once per month or less,
                      N=Not applicable




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                       Question Guidance

         Working           Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. Consider the
         Practices         item of equipment and its layout, then consider the working practices, procedures and
                           risk assessments used to operate the equipment. Consult all users of the equipment
                           and explore if working practices, procedures or ergonomics can be adjusted to improve
                           the operational safety of this equipment.

                           When considering if benefit can be gained by simply making changes to current work
                           practices, other risks, which may be introduced by the use of new equipment with
                           increased mechanisation, should be taken into account. These risks may include being
                           caught between moving machinery, pressurised hydraulic leaks, more compact areas to
                           work in due to an increased amount of equipment placed in the area, dropped objects
                           due to an increase in equipment being deployed, and operating within the area, and
                           coordination of movements for mechanised equipment and manpower.

                           Consultation with other units within your company which are mechanised may provide
                           operational feedback which may be beneficial to your assessment and final
                           conclusion.

                           Examples of changes to working practices could be BHA‟s pre-assembled in shore
                           base. The use of tuggers to handle tubulars in the derrick etc. The Step Change
                           booklet “Best Practice Guide to Handling Tubulars” may also be a source of guidance
                           to assist in any decisions and recommendations made.

                           Y=Yes (If yes, please add your comments to the Risk Mitigation box), N=No

         Safety            Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. If working
         Benefit           practices etc. were to be changed in line with suggestions (if any) in previous column or
                           by installing new equipment, what would be the benefit to the safety of your operation
                           and reduced risk to personnel?

                           Prior to deciding on safety benefits each team should research and assess their past
                           safety record in order to determine if the current situation is causing concerns, and if
                           not, this could be taken into consideration when deciding if change is the correct
                           course of action for the unit at this moment. It is recognised that each company will
                           have their own variation of risk assessment procedures and system. However when
                           deciding on safety benefits some very good examples of questions and items for
                           consideration can be located in the Step Change for Safety document "Task Risk
                           Assessment". Review of this document may be of benefit to the team at this point in
                           the appraisal. This risk assessment should be conducted by the team without requiring
                           the involvement of an external agency on a higher level.

                           H=High, implementation of new practices (if any) which have been identified, or
                           further investigations into installation of new equipment is required, M=Medium,
                           introduction of new practices, or equipment may not significantly improve safety
                           or reduce risks. Technically limiting considerations should be further investigated,
                           L=Low, little or no safety benefit by the introduction of new practices, procedures
                           or equipment.




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                       Question Guidance

         Space             Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. If you
         Available         have determined, from the previous columns, that additional equipment is required
                           then this column is designed to look at how practical it would be to install the desired
                           hardware. Note this section only looks at space. Deck loading is considered in another
                           column. This is just an initial appraisal; in any case a full engineering exercise would be
                           required for any rig modification.

                           Some of the areas to consider would be:
                           • Is there the physical space available to install the equipment?
                           • Can the equipment be brought to the location easily (there might be the space but
                           not the access)

                           For the installation of new equipment, can the space be made available without
                           compromising any other equipment or aspect of the operation?

                           Y=Yes, this would be an initial appraisal based on the deck space.
                           N=No, there is no obvious way the desired equipment could be installed.
                           E =Engineering work required, there is some doubt about how the equipment would be
                           installed and further engineering work to prove or disprove the concept is needed.

         Structural        Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. If you
         Impact            have determined, from the previous columns, that additional equipment is required and
                           there is the space and utilities available, this column looks at the structural impact of
                           the equipment installation. This is just an initial appraisal; in any case a full engineering
                           exercise would be required for any rig modification.

                           With some installations this may be the limiting factor, especially where the jacket
                           loading is already high, where the allowable deck loading is low or where increasing the
                           equipment loading may impact on some other critical factor like maximum allowable
                           forces on the derrick structure (this is especially the case with topdrive installation, for
                           example)

                           Some of the areas to consider would be:
                           • Is the existing deck loading capable of taking the additional equipment?
                           • Can the installation (jacket, substructure) take the additional load?
                           • In mobile rigs the overall effect on stability would need to be included.

                           What is the structural impact?

                           H=High, significant structural modifications required. That would be major additional
                           beams and modification resulting in disruption to the rig operations.
                           M=Medium, spreader beams required. That would be some structural calculations
                           required to prove that the spreader beams would be all that is needed.
                           L=Low, none or very minor structural modifications required. This would be where
                           the additional equipment doesn‟t exceed the current deck loading.
         Utilities         If equipment upgrades are identified as the best method of tubular handling, please
         Available         indicate if the utilities (air, water, electrical or hydraulic) are available.

                           Y=Yes, N=No, T=Temporary power can be used, U=No equipment upgrade identified.




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                       Question Guidance

         Difficulty of     Please indicate what you consider would be the difficulty of installation.
         Installation
                           H=High, total shutdown required greater than 3 days, M=Medium, total shutdown
                           required less than 3 days, L=Low, work can be carried out offline

         Competency Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. If you were
         Assessment to recommend changes to existing work practices or the installation of new equipment,
                    do you think your personnel are already competent to carry out safe operations with
                    this new practices/procedures/equipment.

                           Some competencies may be operation of the equipment, maintenance of the equipment
                           both mechanical and electrical as well as electronic, PLC, and computer based.

                           Y=Yes, current competency modules adequately cover required standards personnel
                           are already competent to carry out new tasks, N=No, new competency modules will
                           require to be written to cover new requirements.


         Offshore          Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. When
         Training          recommending new work practices or the installation of new equipment do you think
                           additional training will be required to be conducted? Consideration should be given to
                           drill crews, deck crews and maintenance crews. This training may include operations,
                           repairs and planned maintenance.

                           H=High, training will be required both on shift and off shift over a number of days,
                           which will impact on rig time.
                           M=Medium, training can be achieved on shift only, and in one shift.
                           L=Low, very little training will be required and this can be conducted during normal
                           operations with little to no effect on rig time.
         Onshore           Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. What is the
         Training          time and resource impact for onshore training?

                           This question may require to be assessed by shorebased staff, however offshore staff
                           may contribute by considering if further Electrician and Mechanic training may be
                           required for example in PLC‟s, computer software, hydraulics, pneumatics etc. And for
                           Drillers Top Drive and PRS Simulator training etc.

                           H=High, more than two days.
                           M=Medium, up to two days.
                           L=Low, less than one day.




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                       Question Guidance

         Rig Interface Consider each piece of equipment separately when answering this column. If you have
                       determined, from the previous columns, that additional equipment is required and
                       there is the space, utilities and deck loading available, this column looks at the impact
                       of the equipment generally.

                           Some of the areas to consider would be that:
                           • By installing some equipment the use of other nearby hardware would be
                           compromised, that is reduced work area, restricted escape routes; possible conflicts if
                           both machines were to operate simultaneously, etc.
                           • Would existing practices be altered. Even if a change is beneficial, a great change in
                           the way the crew works may have an initial impact on operations, safety and
                           performance.

                           Would there be an issue with existing rig interfaces?

                           H=High, requiring changes to other equipment and practices.
                           M=Medium, requiring major changes to existing practises.
                           L=Low, little or no impact.
         Offshore          Please indicate what you consider would be the impact on maintenance offshore.
         Maintenance
                           H=High, requiring additional staff offshore, M=Medium, requiring more than 3 days
                           onshore training for existing staff, L=Low, can be carried out by existing staff with on
                           the job or offshore training.




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