Report of an Oil and Gas Incident (rogi) Form Interim version Guidance Who should use this form?



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2.Event Categorisation


What type of event is being reported? (More than one option A to L may be applicable) Please select all relevant parts and within each part the relevant legislation reporting against. A single incident may result in multiple parts to be completed. If any boxes are selected in this form then the detailed report of each selected section needs to be completed.

3.Part A Criteria


Unintended Release of Oil, Gas or Hazardous Substance (ignited or not), Fires and Explosions


Implementing Regulation No.1112/2014 Section A: Unintended release of oil, gas or other hazardous substances, whether or not ignited

Unintended release of oil, gas or other hazardous substances, whether or not ignited:

  1. Any unintentional release of ignited gas or oil on or from an offshore installation;

  2. The unintentional release on or from an offshore installation of;

  1. not ignited natural gas or evaporated associated gas if mass released ≥ 1kg

  2. not ignited liquid of petroleum hydrocarbon if mass released ≥ 60 kg;

  1. The unintentional release or escape of any hazardous substance, for which the major accident risk has been assessed in the report on major hazards, on or from an offshore installation, including wells and returns of drilling additives



RIDDOR 2013, Part 6 Dangerous Occurrences which are reportable in respect of an offshore workplace

75. - Release of petroleum hydrocarbon

The unintentional release of petroleum hydrocarbon on or from an offshore installation which



  1. results in

  1. a fire or explosion; or

  2. the taking of action to prevent or limit the consequences of a potential fire or

explosion; or

  1. could cause a specified injury to, or the death of, any person.



76. - Fire or explosion

Any fire or explosion at an offshore installation, other than one caused by the release of petroleum hydrocarbon, which results in the stoppage of plant or the suspension of normal work.





77. - Release or escape of dangerous substances

The unintentional or uncontrolled release or escape of any substance (other than petroleum hydrocarbon) on or from an offshore installation which could cause a significant risk of personal injury to any person.





The unintentional release from a pipeline within the 500 metre zone of an installation



OIR12 HCR Supplementary Information

The UK offshore industry has, since 1992, voluntarily notified the regulator of Hydrocarbon releases which are in addition to legislative requirements. This is as a result of taking forward recommendation 39 of the Cullen Report published in 1990, following the Piper Alpha disaster in 1988. This reporting arrangement benefits both industry and the regulator to determine trends and for the purpose of carrying out quantified risk assessment.



4.Part B Criteria


Dangerous Occurrence in Relation to a Well

Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 Section B

Loss of well control requiring actuation of well control equipment, or failure of a well barrier requiring its replacement or repair &

  1. Any blowout, regardless of the duration

  2. The coming into operation of a blowout prevention or diverter system to control flow of well-fluids;

  3. The mechanical failure of any part of a well, whose purpose is to prevent or limit the effect of the unintentional release of fluids from a well or a reservoir being drawn on by a well, or whose failure would cause or contribute to such a release.

  4. The taking of precautionary measures additional to any already contained in the original drilling programme where a planned minimum separation distance between adjacent wells was not maintained.



RIDDOR 2013, Schedule 2 Dangerous Occurrences Part 1 (General)

20. - Wells

In relation to a well (other than a well sunk for the purpose of the abstraction of water)



  1. a blow-out (which includes any uncontrolled flow of well-fluids from a well);

  2. the coming into operation of a blow-out prevention or diversion system to control flow of well-fluids where normal control procedures fail;

  3. the detection of hydrogen sulphide at a well or in samples of well-fluids where the responsible person did not anticipate its presence in the reservoir drawn on by the well;

  4. the taking of precautionary measures additional to any contained in the original drilling programme where a planned minimum separation distance between adjacent wells was not maintained; or

  5. the mechanical failure of any part of a well whose purpose is to prevent or limit the effect of the unintentional release of fluids from a well or a reservoir being drawn on by a well, or whose failure would cause or contribute to such a release.

NB: an unintentional hydrocarbon release from a well as a result from the above should also be reported in Section A of this form.





5.Part C Criteria


Failure of a Safety & Environmental Critical Element

Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 Section C

Failure of a safety and environmental critical element.

Which Safety and Environmental Critical systems were reported by the independent verifier as lost or unavailable, requiring immediate remedial action, or have failed during an incident.







6.Part D Criteria


Danger to the Integrity of an Installation, Collapses, Equipment Failure, Weather Damage, Seabed Subsidence


Implementing Regulation Section D

Any detected condition that reduces the designed structural integrity of the installation, including stability, buoyancy and station keeping, to the extent that it requires immediate remedial action.



RIDDOR 2013, Schedule 2 Dangerous Occurrences Part 6

78. - Collapses

Any unintentional collapse or partial collapse of any offshore installation or of any plant on an offshore installation which jeopardises the overall structural integrity of the installation.





79. - Equipment

The failure of equipment required to maintain a floating offshore installation on station which could cause a specified injury to, or the death of, any person.





81. - Weather damage

Any damage to or on an offshore installation caused by adverse weather conditions and which could cause a specified injury to, or the death of, any person.





84. - Subsidence or collapse of seabed

Any subsidence or collapse of the seabed likely to affect the foundations or the overall structural integrity of an offshore installation.





85. - Loss of stability or buoyancy

Any incident which causes the loss of stability or buoyancy of a floating offshore installation.





Design and Construction Regulations (DCR) 1996

Reporting of danger to an installation Regulation 9

 The duty holder shall ensure that, within 10 working days after the appearance of evidence of a significant threat to the integrity of an installation, a report is made to the Executive in writing identifying such threat and specifying any action taken or to be taken to avert it.

(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to anything of which [the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013] require a report to be made.





7.Part E Criteria


Vessel Collisions, or Potential Collisions, with an Installation

Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 Section E

Vessels on collision course and actual vessel collisions with an offshore installation:

Any collision, or potential collision, between a vessel and an offshore installation which has, or would have, enough energy to cause sufficient damage to the installation and/or vessel, to jeopardise the overall structural or process integrity.





RIDDOR 2013 Schedule 2 Dangerous Occurrences Part 6

82. - Collisions

Any collision between a vessel or aircraft and an offshore installation which causes damage to the installation, the vessel or the aircraft.





83. - Collisions

Any occurrence with the potential for a collision between a vessel and an offshore installation where, had a collision occurred, it might have jeopardised the overall structural integrity of the installation.




Note :  INFRINGEMENT OF SAFETY ZONES : You should also be familiar with HSE information associated with Infringement of Safety Zones.    Guidance is available in HSE publication “Safety zones around oil and gas installations in waters around the UK” http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/indg189.pdf  and Operations Notice 11 which also provides a link to the safety Zone Infringement reporting form http://www.hse.gov.uk/offshore/notices/on_11.htm



8.Part F Criteria


Aircraft Collisions or Potential Collisions with an Installation

Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 – Section F

Helicopter Accidents, on or near offshore installations. Helicopter incidents are reported under CAA regulations. If a helicopter accident occurs in relation to Directive 2013/30/EU, section F shall be completed



RIDDOR 2013 Schedule 2 Dangerous Occurrences Part 6

82. - Collisions

Any collision between a vessel or aircraft and an offshore installation which causes damage to the installation, the vessel or the aircraft.






9.Part G Criteria


Fatalities


Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 Section G

Any fatal accident to be reported under the requirements of Directive 92/91/EEC

“The employer shall, without delay report any serious and/or fatal occupational accidents and situations of serious danger to the competent authorities”





RIDDOR 2013, Work-related fatalities

6.

  1. Where any person dies as a result of a work-related accident, the responsible person must follow the reporting procedure.

  2. Where any person dies as a result of occupational exposure to a biological agent, the responsible person must follow the reporting procedure.

  3. Where an employee has suffered an injury reportable under regulation 4 which is a cause of his death within one year of the date of the accident, the employer must notify the relevant enforcing authority of the death in an approved manner without delay, whether or not the injury has been reported under regulation 4.

This regulation is subject to regulations 14 and 15, and does not apply to a self-employed person who suffers a fatal accident or fatal exposure on premises controlled by that self-employed person.



RIDDOR 2013, Schedule 1 Part 1 Injuries, fatalities and dangerous occurrences

1.

  1. Where required to follow the reporting procedure by regulation 4, 5, 6 or 7 (except in relation to a mine or quarry), the responsible person must—

  1. notify the relevant enforcing authority of the reportable incident by the quickest practicable means without delay; and

  2. send a report of that incident in an approved manner to the relevant enforcing authority within 10 working days of the incident.


Note: Consider if there is requirement to also complete Section L Form to be Completed in respect of the death or loss of a person pursuant to Regulation 21B – Offshore Installations and Pipelines Works (Management and Administration) Regulations 1995




10.Part H Criteria


Serious Injuries

Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 Section H

Any serious injuries to five or more persons in the same accident to be reported under the requirements of Directive 92/91/EEC

“The employer shall, without delay report any serious and/or fatal occupational accidents and situations of serious danger to the competent authorities”





RIDDOR Non-fatal injuries to workers

4.

  1. Where any person at work, as a result of a work related accident suffers

    1. any bone fracture diagnosed by a registered medical practitioner, other than to a finger, thumb or toe;

    2. amputation of an arm, hand, finger, thumb, leg, foot or toe;

    3. any injury diagnosed by a registered medical practitioner as being likely to cause permanent blinding or reduction in sight in one or both eyes;

    4. any crush injury to the head or torso causing damage to the brain or internal organs in the chest or abdomen;

    5. any burn injury (including scalding) which:

      1. covers more than 10% of the whole body’s total surface area; or

      2. causes significant damage to the eyes, respiratory system or other vital organs;

    1. any degree of scalping requiring hospital treatment;

    2. loss of consciousness caused by head injury or asphyxia; or

    3. any other injury arising from working in an enclosed space which:

      1. leads to hypothermia or heat-induced illness; or

      2. requires resuscitation or admittance to hospital for more than 24 hours, the responsible person must follow the reporting procedure.



RIDDOR 2013, Schedule 1 Part 1 Injuries, fatalities and dangerous occurrences

1.

  1. Where required to follow the reporting procedure by regulation 4, 5, 6 or 7 (except in relation to a mine or quarry), the responsible person must—

    1. notify the relevant enforcing authority of the reportable incident by the quickest practicable means without delay; and

send a report of that incident in an approved manner to the relevant enforcing authority within 10 working days of the incident. (a) (b)




11.Part I Criteria


Partial or Complete Evacuation of Personnel


Implementing Regulation No. 1112/2014 I.

Any evacuation of personnel. Any unplanned emergency evacuation of part of or all personnel as a result of, or where there is a significant risk of a major accident



RIDDOR 2013, Dangerous Occurrences, Schedule 2 Part 6

86. - Evacuation

The partial or complete evacuation of an offshore installation in the interests of safety







12.Part J Criteria


Major Environmental Incident arising from a Safety Incident. (Note: PON 1 reporting is still a requirement. The ROGI form is additional in the event of a Major environmental incident)


Implementing Regulation No 1112/2014: Section J : A major environmental incident

Any major environmental incident as defined in Article 2.1.d and Article 2.37 of Directive 2013/30/EU





13.Part K Criteria



Other Reportable Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences (Over Seven day injuries; Occupational Diseases; Exposure to Carcinogens, Mutagens and Biological Agents; Diseases Offshore; Diving Operations; Dropped Objects; Fall into Water; Lifting Equipment; Biological Agents; Radiation; Breathing Apparatus; Pipelines or Pipeline Works).


RIDDOR 2013

Over-seven-day injuries to workers

4.-(2) Where any person at work is incapacitated for routine work for more than seven consecutive days (excluding the day of the accident) because of an injury resulting from an accident arising out of or in connection with that work, the responsible person must send a report to the relevant enforcing authority in an approved manner as soon as practicable and in any event within 15 days of the accident.





Occupational diseases

8.  Where, in relation to a person at work, the responsible person receives a diagnosis of:

  1. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, where the person’s work involves regular use of percussive or vibrating tools;

  2. cramp in the hand or forearm, where the person’s work involves prolonged periods of repetitive movement of the fingers, hand or arm;

  3. occupational dermatitis, where the person’s work involves significant or regular exposure to a known skin sensitizer or irritant;

  4. Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome, where the person’s work involves regular use of percussive or vibrating tools, or the holding of materials which are subject to percussive processes, or processes causing vibration;

  5. occupational asthma, where the person’s work involves significant or regular exposure to a known respiratory sensitizer; or

  6. tendonitis or tenosynovitis in the hand or forearm, where the person’s work is physically demanding and involves frequent, repetitive movements,

the responsible person must follow the reporting procedure, subject to regulations 14 and 15.



Exposure to carcinogens, mutagens and biological agents

9.  Where, in relation to a person at work, the responsible person receives a diagnosis of:

  1. any cancer attributed to an occupational exposure to a known human carcinogen or mutagen (including ionising radiation); or

  2. any disease attributed to an occupational exposure to a biological agent,

the responsible person must follow the reporting procedure, subject to regulations 14 and 15.



Diseases offshore

10. Where, in relation to a person at an offshore workplace, the responsible person receives a diagnosis of any of the diseases listed in Schedule 3, the responsible person must follow the reporting procedure, subject to regulations 14 and 15.



Schedule 1 Part 1 2.(1) Where required to follow the reporting procedure by regulation 8 or 10, the responsible person must send a report of the diagnosis in an approved manner to the relevant enforcing authority without delay.



Diving Operations Schedule 2

13. The failure, damaging or endangering of—

(a) any life support equipment, including control panels, hoses and breathing apparatus; or

(b) the dive platform, or any failure of the dive platform to remain on station,

which causes a significant risk of personal injury to a diver.



14. The failure or endangering of any lifting equipment associated with a diving operation.

15. The trapping of a diver.

16. Any explosion in the vicinity of a diver.

17. Any uncontrolled ascent or any omitted decompression which causes a significant risk of personal injury to a diver.



RIDDOR Schedule 2 Part 6

80. - Dropped Objects

The dropping of any object on an offshore installation or on an attendant vessel or into the water adjacent to an installation or vessel which could cause a specified injury to, or the death of, any person.





87. - Fall into Water

Any fall of a person into water from more than 2 metres





RIDDOR Schedule 2 Part 1

1. - Lifting equipment

The collapse, overturning or failure of any load-bearing part of any lifting equipment, other than an accessory for lifting.





10. - Biological agents

Any accident or incident which results or could have resulted in the release or escape of a biological agent likely to cause severe human infection or illness.





11. - Radiation generators and radiography

(1) The malfunction of— (a)a radiation generator or its ancillary equipment used in fixed or mobile industrial radiography, the irradiation of food or the processing of products by irradiation, which causes it to fail to de-energise at the end of the intended exposure period; or (b)equipment used in fixed or mobile industrial radiography or gamma irradiation, which causes a radioactive source to fail to return to its safe position by the normal means at the end of the intended exposure period.

(2) In this paragraph, “radiation generator” means any electrical equipment emitting ionising radiation and containing components operating at a potential difference of more than 5kV.




12. - Breathing apparatus

The malfunction of breathing apparatus— (a)where the malfunction causes a significant risk of personal injury to the user; or (b)during testing immediately prior to use, where the malfunction would have caused a significant risk to the health and safety of the user had it occurred during use, other than at a mine.





21. - Pipelines or pipelines works

In relation to a pipeline or pipeline works— (a) any damage to, accidental or uncontrolled release from or inrush of anything into a pipeline; (b) the failure of any pipeline isolation device, associated equipment or system; or (c) the failure of equipment involved with pipeline works, which could cause personal injury to any person, or which results in the pipeline being shut down for more than 24 hours.





22. - Pipelines or pipelines works

The unintentional change in position of a pipeline, or in the subsoil or seabed in the vicinity, which requires immediate attention to safeguard the pipeline’s integrity or safety.







14.Part L Criteria


Death or Loss of a Person Pursuant to MAR Regulation 21B.

(Note: Although provided within the ROGI Form this must be printed and sent to the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen)


Offshore Installations and Pipelines works (Management & Administration) Regulations 1995

Notification of death or loss to the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen as required





15.Remarks (EU Implementing Regulation Remarks)

If the incident falls into one of the above mentioned categories, the operator/owner shall proceed to the relevant section(s); hence a single incident could result in completing multiple sections. The operator/owner shall submit the filled in sections to the Competent Authority within 10 working days of the event, using the best information available at that time. If the event reported is a major accident, the Member State shall initiate a thorough investigation in accordance with Article 26 of Directive 2013/30/EU.


Fatalities and serious injuries are reported under the requirements of Directive 92/91/EEC

Helicopter incidents are reported under CAA regulations. If a helicopter accident occurs in relation to Directive 2013/30/EU, section F shall be completed.


Taking into account Member States' obligations to maintain or achieve Good Environmental Status under Directive 2008/56/EC (3), if an unintended release of oil, gas or other hazardous substance, or the failure of a safety and environmental critical element results in or is likely to result in degradation of the environment, such impacts should be reported to the competent authorities.




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