Emergency Response Procedure

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PROCEDURE
FOR
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
&
RESPONSE

|Doc No: |Issue |Issue Date |Pages |
|GEL-HSE-SOP-21 |1 |12-Feb-2011 |25 |
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|Sponsored by: |Endorsed by: |Approved by: |
|Syed Nomanuddin |Faraz Ali |Faysal H. Naqvi |
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 PURPOSE / SCOPE 3
2 DEFINITIONS 3
3 LEVELS OF EMERGENCY 5 3.1 Level 1 Emergency 5 3.2 Level 2 Emergency 5
4 ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES 6 4.1 Site Engineer / Supervisor 6 4.2 Field or Site First Aider 7 4.3 Field Medical / Company Doctor 7 4.4 HSE Engineer 7 4.5 Project Director 8 4.6 Central Team Lead 8
5 RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 8
6 TRAINING / DRILL / EXERCISE 9 6.1 Training 9 6.2 Drills/Exercise 9
7 EMERGENCY SCENARIOS 10 7.1 General 10 7.2 Fire Emergency 10 7.3 Personnel Emergency 11 7.4 Civil Disturbance 12 7.5 Earthquake 13 7.6 Elevator Problems 14 7.7 Bomb Threat 14
8 Emergency Numbers Karachi 16
APPENDIX – A 18
APPENDIX - B 19
APPENDIX – C 20
APPENDIX – D 21
9 Related Documents 25
10 Reason for change 25

1 PURPOSE / SCOPE

The purpose of this Emergency Response Procedure (ERP) is to provide direction and guidance to GASCO and contractor personnel as to enable them to effectively manage all emergencies

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