Safety data includes ex-Swire Seabed vessels incorporated into the main fleet from 1st January 2020 onwards and Cadeler (ex-Swire Blue Ocean (SBO)) until 30th September 2020¹.
SPO records and analyses the following leading indicators to share lessons learned, identify trends, devise safety campaigns and identify additional control measures (where applicable):
Whilst the overall number of leading indicators has reduced by 24% from 7,910 in 2019 to 6,008 in 2020; the average submission rate of fully operational vessels, including warm stack is 97.17% with 48.43% of vessels exceeding their KPI of six submissions per month.
This overall reduction can be attributed to the ex-Swire Seabed vessels previous contribution to an enhanced KPI under their Clients system, sale of vessels and vessels in cold stack.
¹This aligns with the issue of SBO's interim Document of Compliance on 23rd September 2020 and Swire Pacific Limited Divisional Reporting criterion.
²High Potential Near Misses are subject to supplementary investigation as per the Accident / Incident and High Potential Near Miss Investigation Procedure. This process has been further enhanced to include an incident review meeting with the relevant stakeholders to agree the findings and actions to prevent a reoccurrence before publishing the final report.
SPO tracks our Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) and Total Reportable Case Frequency Rate (TRCFR) – generally per million manhours – as lagging indicators of our safety performance.
The increase in near miss and hazard reports is a positive metric which is symptomatic of an interdependent safety culture.
The UCUX! campaign aims to heighten awareness on the importance of safety and health among employees and to encourage them to identify workplace risks and implement safety and health measures.
Bosun, Neil Bacho observed that chemicals such as oily water and thinners were stored in open-top containers which can be potential safety hazards. He took immediate actions, found an empty drum and made it a dedicated storage for compatible waste liquids.
3/E, Muhamad Farid Bin Fazin found a paint-tin and thinners that were left in the Engine room which may pose as hazardous threats. He removed these items from the Engine Room and placed them in the paint locker.
Both seafarers received tokens of appreciation from senior members of Franklin Offshore International Pte Ltd.
Neil Bacho, Bosun, SPO receiving his UCUX! prize from Kashif Iqbal, Senior Mooring Engineer, Franklin Offshore International Pte Ltd.
Muhamad Farid Bin Fazin, 3/E, SPO receiving his UCUX! prize from Paul Glasco, Senior Mooring Supervisor, Franklin Offshore International Pte Ltd.