STORED ENERGY Hazard hunt Stored Energy Safety The aim of a hazard hunt is to inspect all your facilities and locations for stored energy hazards and to take action where control measures need to be improved. All work sites should be inspected for potential stored energy hazards or unsafe practices on a regular basis and should use this form to report any issues requiring attention. The main consequences resulting from stored energy can be: • Serious injury or fatality • Major structural and equipment damage • Release of hydrocarbons/fire and explosion/environmental damage LIFE SAVERS STORED ENERGY Hazard hunt Stored Energy Instructions Take a look around your work site to look for stored energy hazards; in particular, you should look out for: • What type of stored energy is present: • Pressure systems and equipment – pneumatic (air), hydraulic or hydrocarbon gas • Kinetic energy – movement • Torque – rotating equipment, power tools • Potential energy – wire ropes under tension; springs under compression; objects at height – check for fixings and condition or corrosion • Permit to Work – risk assessment, toolbox talk – check copy at job site and ensure control measures are fully adopted • Isolations – lock out, tag out system (LOTO) – check isolatons • Temporary equipment – check compressor units, condition of hoses/couplings; check pressure ratings are appropriate • Any change in operations or equipment – has a management of change (MOC) been done? • Pre start up safety review completed before operations start • Condition monitoring of equipment – what is in place? If you notice any potential hazards, unsafe acts or the absence of suitable control measures, you must take appropriate action to prevent the potential hazard from being realised. This means you must intervene and, where possible, act to reduce the hazard, followed up with a report of the absence of the control measures to the local supervisor or manager. Please complete this sheet during your hazard hunt to record any hazards that require attention. These are examples of stored energy hazards that can be present. If you find any hazards requiring attention use this form to report them. ! Check lock out/tag out applied correctly ! ! Damaged hose Stripped threads on couplings ! Some images are not from BG Operations or installations. Potential dropped objects Rotating equipment Powered hand tools, guarding STORED ENERGY Hazard hunt Reporting Sheet Name: Team/Contractor name: BG Group asset and work location: Contact email or phone: Describe the hazard: Where was it found: What should happen to make this safe and prevent it happening again? ! Please complete this sheet and report it to your Supervisor.