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Info: Which vessel are you going to board?

  • FPSO Capixaba (Vitoria - Brazil)
  • FPSO Cidade de Anchieta (Vitoria - Brazil)
  • FPSO Espirito Santo (Rio Shell - Brazil)
  • FPSO Cidade de Paraty (Santos - Brazil)
  • FPSO Cidade de Ilhabela (Santos - Brazil)
  • FPSO Cidade de Marica (Santos - Brazil)
  • FPSO Cidade de Saquarema (Santos - Brazil)
  • FSO Yetagun (Kuala Lumpur Yangun - Myanmar)
  • FPSO Kikeh (Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia)
  • FPSO Saxi Batuque (Luanda - Angola)
  • FPSO Mondo (Luanda - Angola)
  • FPSO N'Goma (Luanda - Angola)
  • PFC Deep Panuke (Halifax - Canada)
  • Semi Sub Thunderhawk (Houston - USA)
  • FPSO Aseng (Malabo JV GepSing - Equatorial Guinea)
  • FPSO Serpentina (Malabo - Equatorial Guinea)

1 - What are the minimum requirements to travel to an SBM Offshore installation? (Multiple choice)

  • Survival Training
  • HUET
  • Medical Certificate
  • Drug Test
  • Passport and Visa

2 - Some of the basic rules while being offshore include:

  • Good personal hygiene
  • Keep noise levels appropriate
  • No jewellery allowed
  • No open toe footwear in accomodation
  • All of the above

3 - Non prescription and prescription medication can be carried in your bag and does not need to be disclosed to the medic.

  • True
  • False

4 - What are the SBM Offshore Life Saving Rules? (Multiple choice)

  • Rules to prevent potential for serious injuries or even death
  • Rules that are applicable to SBM crew only
  • Rules that SBM Offshore is enforcing on all its units
  • Rules in case of man overboard

5 - SBM Offshore Life Saving Rules apply to:

  • SBM Offshore employees onboard
  • Vendors, contractors, or subcontractors coming onboard
  • Visitors onboard because they are not familiar with the applicable safety rules
  • Everyone onboard

6 - In the following, 3 Life Saving Rules are listed. Which ones are they? (Multiple choice)

  • Work with a valid work permit when required
  • Conduct atmospheric tests when required
  • Verify isolation before work begins
  • Always wear your Personal Protective Equipment

7 - While onboard, taking medication without informing the medic is a breach of the Life Saving Rule "No alcohol or drug while working or driving"?

  • True
  • False

8 - As a vendor, contractor, or subcontractor, you can intervene on another colleague, your supervisor, or an SBM staff if they breach a Life Saving Rule?

  • True
  • False

9 - A worker is put under pressure from an SBM supervisor to complete a job quickly. As a result, he violates on of the Life Saving Rules. This type of human error/ violation can be  best described as:

  • Slip/ Lapse
  • Mistake
  • Situational violation
  • Reckless

10 - Which of the following disciplinary measures cannot be applied for a violation of a Life Saving Rule?

  • Dismissal
  • Verbal warning
  • Demobilisation from the unit
  • Fines

11 - Which system will you find onboard to authorise specific work to be performed?

  • The Toolbox Talk
  • The 12 Life Saving Rules
  • The Permit to Work system
  • The Risk Assessment programme

12 - If you perform a job under a Permit to Work, you are expected to: (Multiple choice)

  • Participate in the Toolbox Talk during which the risks of the job will be fully explained
  • Understand the scope of the activities covered by the permit
  • Complete an observation card
  • Understand the precautions/ control measures required to complete the work safely

13 - What is a Task Risk Assessment? (Multiple choice)

  • A discussion with the supervisor about the work of the day
  • A careful analysis of the hazards and risks of a specific work
  • A description of the controls measures to follow to complete a work safely
  • A document authorising specific work to be carried out

14 - What are your own responsibilities regarding Task Risk Assessment?

  • Understand the hazards and control measures associated with the task
  • Reviewing it before the work commences. In particular; to ensure there is no change in the work environment
  • Stopping the work if the situation is not safe and not in line with the TRA
  • Participating in the Toolbox Talk meeting during which the TRA will be explained
  • All of the above

15 - Toolbox Talks are:

  • An HR discussion with the team supervisor
  • A way of clarifying the work that is due to take place with the persons carrying out the work
  • A one way conversation: the supervisor gives instructions to the crew
  • A meeting with the OIM

16 - What are you supposed to do during a Toolbox Talk?

  • Raising an issue you may have with the job to be performed
  • Discussing the risks and controls measures associated with the job to perform
  • Actively listening to ensure that you fully understand the scope of work to complete
  • All of the above

17 - The hazard observation programme (S.T.O.P pregamme) is only for use by SBM Offshore crew. It is not expected that vendors, visitors, contractors,  or subcontractors use it to report unsafe acts or conditions.

  • True
  • False

18 - An effective intervention aims at:

  • Understanding the reason behind the unsafe act
  • Bringing the person to understand the potential consequences of the unsafe behaviour
  • Finding a solution
  • Teaching and Coaching
  • All of the above

19 - The Step 5x5 technique primarily aims at:

  • Assessing if the hazards of the job are known
  • Identifying new or unforeseen hazards that may have arisen
  • Take 5 steps back and 5 steps forward
  • Assessing if the work environment has changed

20 - Which situations need to be reported onboard the unit?

  • Incidents who actually resulted in harm to people, environment, company's reputation or asset
  • Near misses incidents which had no consequences
  • Unsafe acts and/or conditions
  • All of the above