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OPS NEWSLETTER -Fab 20018

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1 2 3 4 5 8 6 9 10 7 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Across 3. One of the energy sources. 5. Communication between employees during shift and hitch/crew change. Such communication shall include discussion of past, present, and anticipated future events and conditions. 8. An agent that neutralizes or counteracts the effects of a poison. 10. An undesired event that, under slightly different circumstances, could have resulted in injury to people, damage to property and / or the environment, or loss to process 11. A substance that causes visible destruction or permanent changes in human skin tissue at the site of contact. 13. A substance capable of fuelling a fire 17. Isolation by means of a fixed barrier which provides an equivalent standard of containment to the pipe work on which it is installed. 20. A flexible vertical or horizontal line connecting the anchor point to the lanyard(s). 21. The amount of a substance in a stated unit of mixture or solution. 22. Any bay, bottle, box, can, cylinder, drum, reaction, vessel, storage tank or the like that contains a hazardous chemical. 23. An unplanned event or occurrence that affects or has the potential to affect the health or safety, or security of people, or assets, or the environment or reputation. 24. A person who is responsible for supervising the activity of others. Down 1. An incident involving either the unintentional ignition of material resulting in flame or smoke, or an unintentional electrical arc. 2. A chemical or gas or vapor that can cause unconsciousness or death by suffocation. 4. The period of time an employee is scheduled to work each day. 6. The outcome of an event. 7. The breakdown of a chemical or substance into different parts or simpler compounds 9. One of the energy sources. 12. The likelihood for the hazard to cause injury, damage or loss which can be measured in terms of severity and probability. 14. Situations where a confined space entrant is trapped or enveloped. 15. A space that is large enough and so configured that an employee can “bodily enter” and perform assigned work, and; has limited or restricted means for entry or exit. 16. An individual trained in emergency procedures assigned to remain on the outside of the confined space, monitors the authorized entrants inside, prevents entry of unauthorized entrants, and assists with rescue from the outside of the confined space. 18. Software system for recording and following up HSE inputs 19. Uncontrolled release of energy which has the potential to cause harm. 14

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