Chevron Thailand has updated TSP-21 Work-Related Injury/Illness Case
Management Procedure to reflect the current operation.
This updated document contains scope, objective, roles and
responsibilities at different levels as well as the
requirements of initial treatment facility and the follow-up treatment
facility. This revised procedure is effective immediately.
NST Aviation Center Announcement
As the full operations of our new Aviation Center in Nakhon Si Thammarat (NST)
province will commence in the second week of this month, efforts
have been continued to assist our colleagues in adjusting themselves
to their new working and living environment in the transition period.
It is also important that all Chevron personnel including Business
Partners and Service Provider Companies understand and appreciate
local traditions and respect people’s ways of life to help us become
part of the NST communities. Thus, the “Do’s and Don’ts for
newcomers to NST” brochure has been produced by applying Chevron’s
core values as the behavioral guidelines for working, traveling and
daily living in this province. The brochure will be
distributed at the check-in counter at the new air base in NST.
Alternatively, it can be downloaded from the links below:
Short Service Employee (SSE) and Traveling Offshore & Safety Passports
Chevron Thailand is focus on reducing incidents related to
Hire of Services (HOS) Short-Service Employees (SSE) (69KB).
Chevron defines an SSE as any contractor (or employee) with less than six months
experience in the same job type or with his/her present employer.
The objective of this program is to ensure that contractors short
service employees are identified, appropriately supervised, trained,
mentored, and managed in order to prevent accidents such as personal
injury, injury to others, environmental damage, or property damage.
In addition to the SSE expectations, contractor requirements on
Traveling Offshore and Safety Passports (76KB) are included in this communication.
The Safety Passport process documents medical examinations, basic training,
and offshore orientation. Please review and communicate these expectations with your
management teams and front line supervisors.
To assure safe operations at all Chevron Thailand operated facilities, the
above revised jewelry requirements will be strictly enforced in our
operational control premises. Jewelry such as rings, pendants,
necklaces, earrings, watches shall not be worn when it constitutes a
hazard, i.e. working around moving machinery, electrical or
electronics equipment, etc. Specific guidance for offshore
operations, shorebases and other non-office work is also outlined in this document.
click here (528 KB,)
Fall Hazard Management Plan
Fall Hazard Management Plan has been updated and now endorsed
effective immediately. The primary objective of this Fall Hazard
Management Plan is to prevent incidents and injuries caused by
falling through floor and deck openings and by falling while working
at elevations. This plan applies to both Chevron and contract
personnel conducting work on Chevron Thailand facilities including land based locations.
16 November 2009
Chevron Thailand announces the guideline for delivering and
handling cargo at Chevron Facilities to assure safe operations at
all Chevron operated facilities. The following guidelines for contractors
operating cranes or delivering material and cargo will be strictly enforced.
Chevron is continually striving towards our goal
of Zero Incidents for the Gulf of Thailand, it’s notable that 73 %
of our injuries are related to hand safety. In many cases this was
inadequate risk identification, using improper PPE, or not utilizing
PPE at all. There’s no excuse for a hand injury that could have been
prevented by wearing the proper gloves. PPE is always our last line
of defense but should never be overlooked; this includes hard hats,
steel toed shoes, safety glasses, ear plugs, etc. Please use
this presentation to remind everyone that identifying the risks and
wearing PPE appropriate to the task is not an option…. THIS IS A
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Contractor Communication (524 KB)