Test Your Knowledge About Tepa Hse Objectives 2012

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This Quiz was designed to test your knowledge about the HSE objectives defined by Total E&P Angola for the year 2012
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  • 1. 

    What is the main action put in place for 2012 to test our emergency response effectiveness?

    • A.

      Call duty officers regularly

    • B.

      Perform 12 exercises per year, including 4 medium scale and 1 full scale exercise

    • C.

      Building evacuation exercise

    Correct Answer
    B. Perform 12 exercises per year, including 4 medium scale and 1 full scale exercise
    Explanation
    Total wants to perform 12 exercises per year, including 4 medium scale and 1 full scale exercise.

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  • 2. 

    What is MAESTRO?

    • A.

      The set of standards and expectations used to establish the affiliate HSE Management System

    • B.

      The orchestra that performs in our parties

    • C.

      The person in charge of our HSE Management System

    Correct Answer
    A. The set of standards and expectations used to establish the affiliate HSE Management System
    Explanation
    M.A.E.S.T.R.O - Management And Expectations Standards Toward Robust Operations

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  • 3. 

    What OIW stands for?

    • A.

      Oil Industry Way

    • B.

      Oil In Water

    • C.

      Other Insight Water

    Correct Answer
    B. Oil In Water
    Explanation
    The Objective is: OIW < 22ppm

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  • 4. 

    What is the TEPA 2012 objective for produced water discharge?

    • A.

      30 ppm

    • B.

      22 ppm

    • C.

      40 ppm

    Correct Answer
    B. 22 ppm
    Explanation
    The TEPA 2012 objective for produced water discharge is 22 ppm. This means that the maximum allowable concentration of pollutants in the discharged water is 22 parts per million. The objective is likely set at this level to ensure that the discharged water does not have a significant negative impact on the environment and aquatic life.

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  • 5. 

    What does TRIR stand for?

    • A.

      Total Recordable Injury Rate

    • B.

      Time Record Incident Rate

    • C.

      Total Registration Influence Risk

    Correct Answer
    A. Total Recordable Injury Rate
    Explanation
    TRIR stands for Total Recordable Injury Rate. This term is used to measure the number of work-related injuries and illnesses within a specific time frame, typically per 100 full-time workers. It includes all injuries, illnesses, and fatalities that require medical treatment beyond first aid, restricted work activity, or days away from work. TRIR is an important metric for organizations to track and manage workplace safety, as it helps identify potential hazards and areas for improvement in order to prevent future incidents.

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  • 6. 

    What is the objective in 2012 in term of LTIF (loss time injury frequency)?

    • A.

      0.33 accidents with loss time injury per million of manhours

    • B.

      1 accident with loss time injury per million of manhours

    • C.

      0.33 accidents with loss time injury for all the 2012 manhours

    Correct Answer
    A. 0.33 accidents with loss time injury per million of manhours
    Explanation
    In 2012, the objective in terms of LTIF (loss time injury frequency) was to have 0.33 accidents with loss time injury per million of manhours. This means that for every one million hours worked, the goal was to have only 0.33 accidents resulting in loss of time due to injury. This indicates a focus on improving safety and reducing the number of accidents and injuries in the workplace.

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  • 7. 

    What is the 2012 objective for the ISO 14001 certification?

    • A.

      Obtain the certification of Girassol

    • B.

      Obtain the certification of Pazflor and Dalia

    • C.

      Integrate Pazflor site in the ISO 14001 certification that already includes Dalia and Girassol

    Correct Answer
    C. Integrate Pazflor site in the ISO 14001 certification that already includes Dalia and Girassol
    Explanation
    The Objective is to integrate Pazflor site in the ISO 14001 certification that already includes Dalia and Girassol.

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  • 8. 

    What is a "Safety Culture" means?

    • A.

      A set of practices developed, optimised or accepted to manage the Operational Safety Risks faced by the Employees and its Environment

    • B.

      Safety awareness campaigns

    • C.

      Lead HSE simple actions by own initiative

    Correct Answer
    A. A set of practices developed, optimised or accepted to manage the Operational Safety Risks faced by the Employees and its Environment
    Explanation
    A "Safety Culture" refers to a collection of practices that have been developed, optimized, or accepted in order to effectively manage the operational safety risks that employees and their environment may encounter. This includes implementing safety protocols, procedures, and guidelines to ensure the well-being and protection of individuals and the surrounding environment. It emphasizes the importance of safety awareness and encourages employees to take proactive actions to maintain a safe working environment.

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  • 9. 

    Why do we need to establish Hygiene Risk Assessment File (HRAF)?

    • A.

      To define the exposure of collaborators to hygiene risks

    • B.

      To replace medical certificate

    • C.

      To control the cleanliness of TEPA installation

    Correct Answer
    A. To define the exposure of collaborators to hygiene risks
    Explanation
    The Hygiene Risk Assessment File (HRAF) is needed to define the exposure of collaborators to hygiene risks. This file helps in identifying and assessing potential risks related to hygiene, such as exposure to hazardous substances or unsanitary conditions. By establishing an HRAF, organizations can ensure that appropriate measures are taken to protect the health and safety of their collaborators. It provides a systematic approach to identify and manage hygiene risks, allowing for preventive actions to be implemented and reducing the likelihood of any adverse health effects.

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