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Title: INTRODUCING


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  • INTRODUCING
  • RETAIL ENGG.

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PLAN
  • Site Selection Evaluation
  • CCOE / MORTH Norms
  • Formats/Standardization-Layout
  • Budgeting NPCB
  • Retail Visual Identity
  • Safety
  • Dispensing Pumps
  • ALDS
  • Vapour Recovery Solar PV

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  • SITE SELECTION AND
  • EVALUATION

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STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS
Sites for Retail outlet shall comply with the
following
  • Dimensions to accommodate facilities as required
    under Petroleum Rules 2002.
  • Dimensional requirements distance requirements
    per MORTH Norms.
  • Requirement of Local statutory bodies such as
    Municipalities , State PWD , Fire Service
    Departments etc. for setbacks distance from
    the reference point of the road on which outlet
    is proposed to be located.

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CCOE RULES
  • Sites under selection must be able to comply with
    the following
  • Vent pipe shall observe a clear horizontal
    distance/ht of 4 mtr from adjoining property or
    likely sources of fire.
  • DUs must observe a clear distance of 6 mtr from a
    building , boundary etc.
  • Tanks shall be placed at a minimum distance of
    1.5 mtr from boundary wall (1.2mtr high)of retail
    outlet.
  • Unloading point shall observe an allround clear
    distance of minimum 3 mtrs from property line/
    bldgs.

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MORTH NORMS
SITE SELECTION
  • Sites must be so chosen that they comply
  • with the following
  • Minimum size of the plot as per MORTH
    guidelines.
  • Minimum distance from intersecting roads as per
    the
  • guidelines of MORTH.
  • Minimum distance between two fuel stations as
    per
  • the guidelines of MORTH.

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Plot Sizes Required
  • On undivided carriage way in plain terrain 35
    mtrs X 35 mtrs
  • On divided carriage way in plain terrain 35
    mtrs (F) X 45 mtrs
  • In hilly terrain 20 mtrs X 20 mtrs
  • In urban stretches 20 mtrs X 20 mtrs

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances from Intersecting Roads in
plain terrain non urban stretches
  • With NHs / SHs /MDR - 1000 mtrs
  • With rural roads of 3.5 mtr width - 300 mtrs
  • Rural roads less than 3.5 mtr width - 100 mtrs

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances from Intersecting Roads in
hilly terrain non urban stretches
  • With NHs / SHs /MDR - 300 mtrs
  • With all other roads / tracks - 100 mtrs

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances from Intersecting Roads in
plain and rolling terrain urban stretches
  • Following guidelines are applicable in areas
    with
  • population more than 20,000 and less than 1 lakh
  • Any road 3.5 mtr wide and above - 300 mtrs
  • With roads less than 3.5 mtr wide - 100 mtrs

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances from Intersecting Roads in
plain and rolling terrain urban stretches
  • Following guidelines are applicable in areas with
  • population more than 1 lakh
  • Any category of roads - 100 mtrs

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances from Intersecting Roads in
hilly terrain urban stretches
  • Following guideline is applicable
  • Any category of roads - 100 mtrs

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances between two outlets in plain
terrain in rural (non urban) areas
  • Following guidelines are applicable
  • Undivided carriage way(For both sides of
    carriageway) 300 mtrs
  • Divided carriage way 1000 mtrs
  • (with no gap in median)
  • Note The distance norms include deceleration
    and acceleration lanes.

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MORTH NORMS
Minimum Distances between two outlets in hilly
terrain and urban stretches
  • Following guidelines are applicable
  • Undivided carriage way 300 mtrs (clear
    distance)
  • Divided carriage way 300 mtrs (clear
    distance)

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MORTH NORMS
  • Guidelines on Right Of Way (ROW) and Building
    Line
  • Width of ROW prescribed in Plain and
  • Rolling Terrain 40M to 60M
  • Building Line
  • In Plain and Rolling Terrain 80 M
  • In hilly Terrain - 70 M
  • Note 1 Fuel Pumps are to be located beyond
    Building Lines
  • 2 Changes have been proposed and the
    drafts have been received
  • by Oil companies

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MORTH NORMS
  • OTHER GUIDELINES
  • Station shall be atleast 150mm below the level at
    the edge of Highway.
  • Buffer Strip must start from the edge of the ROW
    and must extend minimum 3M inside the plot .
  • Minimum length of Buffer Strip shall be 12 M.
  • Deceleration lane shall be 5.5 M wide and 70 M
    long with a shoulder of 2.25M.
  • Acceleration lane shall be 5.5 M wide and 100 M
    long with a curvature of minimum radius of 650M
    for the first 70 M.

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THUMB RULES
  • Utmost care to be exercised while selecting site.
    When all other things are equal emphasis must be
    placed on / preference given to
  • Sites with Minimum or Nil EARTHWORK
  • Sites where the SOIL is good not clayey or
    black cotton
  • in nature. Clayey or black cotton soil
    increase cost of
  • construction.
  • Sites where power and water are available at or
    in close
  • proximity to site. No overhead lines passing
    through plot.
  • Sites where there are no trees in the approach
  • particularly under the custody of forest
    department.
  • Site from which rain water drainage arrangement
    is
  • available for discharge into a proper nullah
    or drain.
  • Where visibility is better.

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FORMAT OF TECHNICAL VISIT TO SITE
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FORMAT OF TECHNICAL VISIT TO SITE
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FORMAT OF TECHNICAL VISIT TO SITE
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EVALUATION OF LAND BY SITE SELECTION COMMITTEE
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EVALUATION OF LAND BY SITE SELECTION COMMITTEE
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EVALUATION OF LAND BY SITE SELECTION COMMITTEE
  • The following MUST be ensured jointly by the
    Site Selection Committee members
  • Physically verify the dimensions of the site.
  • Estimate average depth of filling or cutting by
    suitable engineering methods . 5MX5M GRID
  • Measure the distance of Cross-roads/Intersections
    and Identify locations of check barriers in case
    of highways.
  • Jointly record field observations and sign .
  • Notify Applicants before visit to site - in a
    legally acceptable way , mentioning date and time
    of visit

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  • BUDGETTING
  • NPCB

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TRADE CODES
OLD SYSTEM OLD SYSTEM NEW SYSTEM NEW SYSTEM NEW SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION CODE 1st DIGIT 2nd DIGIT 3rd DIGIT
CO OWNED STATION 100 1 LONE MS 1 CLASS OF CITY
CO OWNED MS CO LEASED HSD 106 2 LONE HSD 2 A 1
CO OWNED HSD CO LEASED MS 107 3 MS/HSD 3 B 2
CO LEASED STN 110 4   C1 3
LEASED STN (DLR IS THE LESSOR) 119 5   C2 4
DEALER OWNED STN 120 6   D 5
DEALER OWNED LAND LEASED 125 7   E 6
DEALER OWNED INCL LAND/PUMPS/TANKS 131 8    
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CLASSES OF MARKET
  • A CLASS- CITIES OF POPULATIONgt10 LAKH
  • B CLASS- CITIES WITH POPULATION BETWEEN 2LAKH
    TO 10 LAKH
  • C CLASS OTHER THAN A,B E MARKETS
  • D CLASS- OUTLETS ON NH/SH
  • E CLASS- REMOTE AREAS OTHER THAN NH/SH

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BUDGETTING / NPCB
  • Investment must depend on returns. It is
  • advisable to choose, where choice is available,
    on
  • the following alternatives
  • Driveway Paver block / RCC
  • Boundary wall / Chain link fencing.
  • City pylon /Signature pylon.
  • Canopy banding with RVI signages /Painted with
    RVI signages.
  • RCC box culvert / Pipe culvert / Hume pipe (90cm
    dia.)
  • Costing has a bearing on IRR Payback
    Period.

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  • REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES

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REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
  • Before developing proposal for investment, please
    ensure that the following conditions are met
  • Valid dealership agreement is available in our
    records
  • 119 category outlets should be upgraded to Club
    HP during the modernisation
  • No investments in the outlets where samples of
    MS, HSD, Power, Turbojet have failed in the last
    three years period from the date of
    implementation of this revised policy (05th Feb
    2006). Date of drawing the sample to be
    considered for calculating the three year period.

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REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
  • DEALER LEASED OUTLETS (119)
  • Applicable for
  • Conversion of dealer owned to 119
  • Resitements under 119
  • Existing as well as new outlets under 119
  • Tenure of lease for site and superstructure
  • Preferred 15 yrs with renewal option of 10-15 yrs
    for
  • new outlets
  • Min 10 yrs for earlier dealer owned outlets being
  • converted
  • Rentals
  • Fair market rentals up to a max of 8 of market
    value based on
  • negotiations
  • gt8 to put up to MCC (HQO)
  • Rentals to be recovered as additional licence fee

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Investment
REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
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  • The total investment (first time as well as
    second time put together) at any 119 outlet
    should not exceed the limits specified below

TMF sales - KL pm Max investment in lakhs Authority to approve AR
150 to 200 Max 30 lakhs RBC upto 25 Lakhs
201 to 300 Max 40 Lakhs
301 to 400 Max 50 lakhs Zonal bids upto 50 Lakhs
above 401 Max 100 lakhs MCC upto 100 lakhs
  • For outlets selling 125 to 150 KL pm and having
    the potential between 150 KL to
  • 200 KL pm Proposal to be approved by Zonal bids
    committee
  • Average sales pm is the min last six months sales
    from the time of proposal.
  • The reference of AR No and amount spent should be
    specified in the AR for second investment
  • IRR should be atleast 15. The year of lease
    should be starting year for net margin
    calculations for IRR. The IRR shall be calculated
    for 16 yrs min.

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What infrastructure can be put up ??
REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
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  • SECOND INVESTMENT
  • Extension/modifications to canopy made earlier
  • Extension of DW area RCC/PB where investments
    were made earlier
  • Extension of sales bldg or an additional bldg for
    ARB activities where investments were made
    earlier
  • Extension/Modification of Toilet block where
    investment was made earlier.
  • Additional yard lighting
  • Landscaping
  • FIRST INVESTMENT
  • Canopy
  • Toilet blocks
  • Extension of sales bldg or an additional bldg for
    ARB activities
  • Driveway Asphalting, RCC or Paver block
  • Yardlighting
  • Landscaping
  • Lube shelving, Tiling, Al glazing, Curtain wall
    with HP logo
  • RVI elements Pylon, spreaders, signages
  • Club HP elements QQ tower, Quick care point
  • Hoardings and high mast
  • Note Payback should conclude atleast 2 yrs
    before the expiry of lease.

M R of the facilities provided by the
corporation should be carried out by the dealer
at his cost.
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REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
  • DEALER OWNED OUTLETS (120)

Applicable for Outlets where dealer has taken
site on lease and the lease has expired and he
is unable to renew the head lease to offer
sublease to OMC
  • Minimum qualifying norm is 150 KL TMF pm.
  • Investment Maximum 8 lakhs or limited to 3
    years
  • payback whichever is lower.
  • Investment can be done on Driveway,
    Ingress/Egress
  • and yardlighting
  • One time investment
  • Investment should be covered through a BG for a
    period
  • of 3 yrs.
  • Approval Zonal bids committee

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REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
  • CONVERSION OF DEALER OWNED OUTLETS (120) TO
    COMPANY OWNED OUTLETS (100)
  • Tenure of lease for site and superstructure
  • Preferred 15 yrs with renewal option of 10-15 yrs
    for new outlets
  • Min 10 yrs for earlier dealer owned outlets being
    converted
  • Rentals
  • Fair market rentals up to a max of 8 of market
    value based on
  • negotiations
  • gt8 to put up to MCC (HQO)
  • Minimum qualifying norm LONE MS 80 KLPM
  • MS/HSD or LONE HSD 200 KLPM TMF
  • Min. IRR 15 , calculated for minimum 16 yrs.
  • The year of lease should be starting year for net
    margin calculations for IRR.

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REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY GUIDELINES
  • CONVERSION OF DEALER LEASED OUTLETS (119) TO
    COMPANY OWNED OUTLETS (100)
  • Tenure of lease for site and superstructure
  • No change in terms and rental.
  • Preferred 15 yrs with renewal option of 10-15 yrs
    for new outlets
  • Min 10 yrs for earlier dealer owned outlets being
    converted
  • Rentals
  • Fair market rentals UP TO A MAXIMUM of 8 of
    market value based
  • on negotiations
  • gt8 to put up to MCC (HQO)
  • Minimum qualifying norm LONE MS 80 KLPM
  • MS/HSD or LONE HSD 200 KLPM TMF
  • Min. IRR 15 , calculated for minimum 16 yrs.
  • The year of lease should be starting year for net
    margin calculations for IRR.

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  • RETAIL VISUAL IDENTITY

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RETAIL VISUAL IDENTITY
  • To be chosen keeping in view visibility, volumes
    presence of similar identities of Competitors.
  • Depending on the above we can choose
  • City Pylon / Signature Pylon.
  • ACM Facia Banding on Canopy Building/
  • Painting RVI Signages on Canopy Building.
  • Orientation of Logo on canopy- decided on
    visibility.

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  • SAFETY

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WHAT IS SAFETY ? Conventional English language
Dictionary describes SAFETY - FREEDOM FROM RISK
OR DANGER
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Need for safety
PROTECTION OF PERSONNEL FROM SUFFERING PROTECTION
OF PLANT AND PROPERTY UNINTERRUPTED
PRODUCTION STATUTORY REQUIREMENT WELFARE OF THE
COMMUNITY BY AVOIDING POLLUTION REPUTATION AND
SELF RESPECT. PREVENT FINANCIAL LOSSES
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Safety policy of OMC
  • AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF ITS BUSINESS , OMC
    BELIEVES THAT NO WORK OR SERVICE OR ACTIVITY IS
    SO IMPORTANT OR URGENT THAT SAFETY BE OVERLOOKED
    OR COMPROMISED. SAFETY OF THE EMPLOYEES AND
    PUBLIC, PROTECTION OF THEIR AS WELL AS
    CORPORATIONS ASSETS SHALL BE PARAMOUNT.

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Safety policy of OMC
  • CORPORATION CONSIDERS THAT SAFETY IS ONE OF THE
    IMPORTANT TOOLS TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY AND TO
    REDUCE NATIONAL LOSSES. THE CORPORATION WILL
    CONSTANTLY ENDEAVOUR TO ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN HIGH
    STANDARDS OF SAFETY IN ITS OPERATIONS.

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10 common causes of accidents
  1. VIOLATION OF PROCEDURES / RULES.
  2. LACK OF PROPER INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE.
  3. PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT NOT USED.
  4. LACK OF COMMUNICATION.
  5. HOUSEKEEPING.
  6. UNSAFE CONDITIONS.
  7. UNSAFE ACTS.
  8. IMPROPER TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT.
  9. INATTENTION / NEGLIGENCE.
  10. POOR JUDGMENT.

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  • Risk hazards at a retail outlet ..1

Hazardous Activities Risk Potential Dangers
Unloading of product from tank truck Static electricity Spillages and fires
Working at height for canopy Fall from height Injury, fatality
Operation of DG Set Improper installation / operation Hearing impairment, shock, fatality
Working in confined space Lack of ventilation Temporary/permanent physical impairment, asphyxia, fatality
Fueling activities Static electricity, excess filling Fire and fatality
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Risk hazards at a retail outlet ..2
Hazardous Activities Risk Potential Dangers
Working in tank Presence of hydrocarbon Injury, asphyxia, fatality
Construction of a tank Soil / Wall collapse Injury - Temporary or Permanent, fatality
Construction of building Scaffolding failure / unsafe working condition Injury - Temporary or Permanent, fatality
Electrical Short circuit / under/oversizing of equipments Shock, injury, fire, fatality
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Risk mitigatory measures at a retail outlet .. a
Hazardous Activities Mitigatory Measures
Unloading of product from tank truck. Provide earth pits. Ensure continuity of earthing. Use only hoses with couplings. Allow relaxation time (10 mins.). Ensure electrical continuity in hoses. Ensure men involved do not wear synthetic clothing and rubber shoes.
Working at height. Do it under supervision. Wear protective equipments like safety belt and helmets. Secure scaffolding. Ensure adequate lighting.
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Risk mitigatory measures at a retail outlet .. b
Hazardous Activities Mitigatory Measures
Operation of DG Set Provide acoustics enclosure. Ventilate the exhaust. Earth the body and neutral.
Working in confined space Provide adequate ventilation. Ensure the space is gas free.
Fueling activities Ensure proper earthing is available. Ensure workmen do not wear synthetic clothing. Ensure workmen do not wear rubber shoes and wear only leather shoes which provides better conduction.
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Risk mitigatory measures at a retail outlet .. c
Hazardous Activities Mitigatory Measures
Working inside a tank Tank must be gas freed. The presence of gas must be checked with a gas meter.
Construction of a tank Provide adequate shoring. Provide barricades and caution boards. Ensure workmen wear protective equipments. Ensure usage of proper lifting equipments.
Construction of building Ensure proper and secure scaffolding. Ensure safe footwear.
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Risk mitigatory measures at a retail outlet .. d
Hazardous Activities Mitigatory Measures
Electrical Ensure cables of right sizes. Ensure proper insulation resistance. Ensure proper earthing. Ensure use of gloves, rubber mats Ensure electrical isolation for working
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Recent Accidents at our outlets Learnings..1
  • Two men died while drilling on a tank
  • Learning
  • Modification of tank manhole was in progress
    for the purpose of Automation. The tank had not
    been degassed. Alteration on the manhole cover
    could have been carried out at a safe place in
    the outlet itself or tank should have been
    degassed before carrying out any hot work.
  • One worker while died fixing false ceiling during
    night .
  • Learning
  • The worker was not wearing protective
    equipments like safety belts and helmets. It is
    mandatory to wear protective equipments while
    working at heights and should be done under
    supervision.

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Recent Accidents at our outlets Learnings..2
  • One person got killed inside a tank pit during
    the progress of work.
  • Learning
  • The sides of the tank pit caved in bringing
    down the masonry also. It is mandatory to shore
    the sides of a tank pit during construction and
    also cut the soil at or close to its angle of
    repose.
  • One person died while cleaning a tank.
  • Learning
  • The tank was being cleaned to make it ready
    for receiving Ethanol blended petrol. The workmen
    had got inside the tank without checking /
    ensuring that the tank had been freed of residual
    gases. It is mandatory to degas tanks which are
    to be cleaned.

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Recent Accidents at OMC outlets Learnings..3
  • Fire occurred in ARB area.
  • Learning
  • The accident took place on account of
    undersized cabling used by our ARB partner. It
    is incumbent for ARB partners to specify the size
    of the cabling against loads to be catered to and
    take clearance from OMCs Engineers wherever ARB
    partners need to provide cabling under the terms
    of agreement.
  • One person got electrocuted while operating a
    mobile DG set .
  • Learning
  • The DG Set had not been earthed at all. It
    is mandatory to ensure 4 earthings 2 for body
    and 2 for neutral for all types of DG Sets.

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Recent Accidents at OMC outlets Learnings..4
  • A major fire occurred in an outlet having ALDS
    facilities during unloading of a POL tanker.
  • Fire occurred during unloading of tank truck at a
    few retail outlets.
  • Learning
  • Accidents took place on account of static
    electric discharge and there were no earth pits
    in all the locations for tank truck decantation.
    Also, the hoses did not have proper couplings and
    electrical continuity. It is mandatory to have
  • Dedicated earthing arrangement for tank truck
    decantation.
  • Brass / Aluminium or any other non sparking
    metallic couplings.
  • Hoses with electrical continuity.

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SAFETY
  • The following must be ensured as measures of
    Safety/Security
  • Nuts on valves and manhole nuts are welded so
    that pilferage / adulteration could be reduced.
  • Relaxation time of atleast 10 minutes is allowed
    before sampling from/gauging of TTs
  • Before unloading of T/T, the T/T must be bonded
    to earth pit
  • Dealer/s and his/their staff are trained in safe
    method of unloading T/T
  • Plastic buckets / funnels/metal buckets with
    plastic wire wrapped around are not be used.
  • Sampling jars are be inserted using only manila
    ropes.
  • Nylon ropes are not used for lowering sample
    jars.
  • Dealer and their men at retail outlets do not
    wear synthetic clothing and rubber footwear

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SAFETY
  • The following must be ensured as measures of
    Safety/Security
  • Dedicated earthing for unloading of T/Ts.
  • Earth pits checked and records are available at
    respective outlets .
  • 2 dry buckets of sand and two portable type fire
    extinguishers-for each DU .
  • Any accident reported to the nearest magistrate
    or offices in-charge of the nearest police
    station and the Chief Controller of Explosives,
    Nagpur.
  • List of important phone numbers like that of
    statutory authorities and staff concerned must
    be displayed in each outlet.

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SAFETY AT RETAIL OUTLETS
  • THE FOLLOWING SAFE PRACTICES SHOULD BE ENSURED
  • Availability of Earthing for dispensers, tanks.
  • Dedicated Earthing for T/T decantation in all
    outlets.
  • Only electrically continuous hoses with proper
    couplings are used in decantation.
  • Availability of two FES and two buckets of dry
    sand per pump.
  • FES are checked periodically - once in six
    months.
  • CO2 type fire extinguisher is provided in
    Electrical room / panel room.
  • Adequate all round clearances around electrical
    Panel.
  • Availability of Rubber mat and gloves.

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SAFETY AT RETAIL OUTLETS
  • THE FOLLOWING SAFE PRACTICES SHOULD BE ENSURED
  • Only armoured cables are used.
  • Only FLP glands are used.
  • There is NO LEAK from Lipseal.
  • Cables do not pass below Lipseal.
  • In electronic pumps
  • Electronic Totaliser readings taken.
  • Shift total (where facility is available) taken.
  • Verify the no. of calibrations made (where there
    is electronic calibration facility).
  • AMC agency checks and confirms the integrity of
    electronics No external circuits are
    introduced, etc.

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  • DISPENSING PUMPS

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DISPENSING PUMPS
  • Following must be ensured
  • In electronic pumps
  • Electronic Totaliser readings are being taken.
  • Shift total (where facility is available) are
    being taken.
  • Verify the no. of calibrations made (where there
    is electronic calibration facility).
  • AMC agency is reporting exceptions regarding
    integrity of electronics External circuits are
    introduced, etc.
  • Monitor performance of Comprehensive AMC for
    quality and timeliness.

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ERA
Keypad
Display
DC Voltage
230 V Line In
Signal for Motor
Junction Box
Pulsar
230 V IN
Mech. Totaliser
Solenoid Valve
Air Vent
Meter
Nozzle
Combination Pump
Motor
Filter
Storage Tank
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  • Underground Storage Tanks

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Underground storage tanks
Underground storage tanks
Dimensions Capacities
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  • AUTO LPG

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AUTO LPG
  • Norms for the size of the Plot and offsite
    distance norms
  • The minimum plot size required for an ALDS
    Station is 21 mtrs X 18 mtrs.
  • The minimum safety distances shall be as per the
    guidelines under SMPV rules.
  • The site for ALDS should be so chosen that the
    following safety distances are observed to fill
    point and center of hard stand
  • From Hospitals/Schools/Colleges/Old Age
    Homes/Child Care Centre-50 mts.
  • Shopping /Commercial Complexes /Multistoried
    residences more than Ground plus four floors 22
    mtrs
  • Shopping /Commercial Complexes /Multistoried
    residences upto Ground plus four floors 15 mtrs

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SAFETY DISTANCES FOR ALDS
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SAFETY DISTANCES - ALDS
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AUTO LPG
  • Following Safety Measures must be ensured
  • Unloading procedure as per OISD 210.
  • Remote Operating Valves (ROVs) must close within
    15 secs.This must be checked at each outlet every
    day.
  • Quarterly maintenance of Fire Extinguishers (FE).
  • Maintenance of Log on closure of ROVs, Gasometer
    Readings.
  • Checking Earth.Resistance readings and continuity
    of earthing.
  • Have unloading lines, vapour lines dispensing
    line clearly marked.
  • Check for corrosion of pipelines and tank
    manholes.
  • Fire Extinguisher requirement as per OISD 210
  • 70 Kg DCP 2
  • 10 Kg DCP 2 Unloading
  • 10 Kg DCP 1 Dispenser
  • 10 Kg DCP Transfer Pump

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AUTO LPG
  • Safety audit shall be carried out once in six
    months
  • Electrical Audit shall be carried out once in a
    year..
  • Periodic testing of equipments/facilities as per
    OISD210.
  • Training shall be imparted to the staff attached
    to ALDS as per OISD 210 and records maintained

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AUTO LPG
  • Following Precautions Instructions must be
    displayed in Vernacular as well as English in the
    interest of Customer Safety and Awareness
  • LPG expands to 260 times from liquid state to
    gaseous state.
  • Do not comb.
  • Do not fill to more than 80 capacity.
  • Fill only in vehicles approved by RTO for LPG.
  • Avoid wearing silk/polyester clothing as it
    increases risk of Electro Static Discharge.
  • Leakage of liquid LPG is more dangerous than
    gaseous LPG.
  • LPG vapour is heavier than air by 1.5 times and
    tends to settle down.
  • Do not start engine / drive away till filling
    nozzle is disconnected from filler cap of
    vehicles tank.
  • Do not fill Auto LPG tank due for Pr. Testing.
  • Do not re-fuel while LPG is being decanted.
  • Do not handle LPG without protective gloves.

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RECEIPT OF BULK LPG AT ALDS
  • Check the functioning of level instruments.
  • Bulk LPG at ALDS shall be unloaded preferably in
    non-peak hours.
  • Unloading of bulk T/T shall be carried out only
    at location as approved by CCOE.
  • The unloading of LPG shall be done in presence of
    the authorised person at ALDS TT Crew.
  • Fire extinguishers (2 nos of 10 Kg DCP type) to
    be positioned as an immediate aid to extinguish
    any fire except that of Liquid LPG.
  • Storage tank pressure, temperature and level
    shall be recorded. Crew/ operating staff at ALDS
    shall closely monitor unloading activities.

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UNLOADING METHOD FOR AUTO LPG T/T
  • Tank Truck shall be placed in drive out position.
  • After placement, engine master control switch
    shall be switched off.
  • Minimum two wooden chokes shall be placed under
    wheels.
  • Chassis and LPG vessels are to be earthed
    independently for which bare metal cleats shall
    be provided.
  • Liquid and vapour hose shall be connected after
    examining integrity of joints using proper studs.
    Bolts shall not to be used.
  • The main control panel and other panels shall be
    energized to activate automatic over fill
    protection, emergency shut down systems, remote
    operated valves and compressed air systems.

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UNLOADING METHOD FOR AUTO LPG T/T
  • The readings of the level gauges provided on the
    tank/tanks at ALDS shall be recorded.
  • The tank trucks valves shall be crack opened and
    checked for leaks.
  • LPG level in the storage tanks shall be monitored
    at regular intervals so that it does not exceed
    85 .
  • On completion of unloading operation, following
    activities shall be carried out in sequence.
  • Close the valves of T/T and suck the linecontent
    for delivery into underground tank.
  • The hose contents should be forced into the tank
    truck by controlled nitrogen pressure.
  • Alternatively, use loading arms or hoses with
    isolation valves at both ends.
  • Only vapours shall be vented through the vent.
  • Isolate the valves at fill point.
  • Remove hose connection and electrical-bonding
    wires.
  • Cap the vapour/ liquid outlet lines of the tank
    trucks.
  • Remove chokes placed under the wheels.
  • Record the roto gauge, pressure gauge,
    temperature gauge readings and final readings
    provided on the fixed gauging systems of the
    storage tank/tanks at ALDS.

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TESTING RELIEF AND PROTECTION SYSTEM
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SAFETY INSPECTIONS / AUDIT
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  • VAPOUR RECOVERY
  • SOLAR SYSTEM

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VAPOUR RECOVERY
  • There are three stages of Vapour loss
  • At the unloading T/T I Stage( At loading
    points)
  • Refuelling II Stage (
    Applicable to outlets)
  • Tanks idling II Stage (
    Applicable to outlets)
  • We have installed Stage II Vapour Recovery
    Systems (VRS) in 25 ROs.
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  • This will also improve air quality in ROs . This
    is of importance in ROs with ARB activities like
    C-Store / Food / Refreshment shops.
  • Also, VRS reduces risks of occupational hazards
    and fire.

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SOLAR PV SYSTEM
  • Is a method to utilise abundantly available Solar
    (and Wind) energy.
  • Through solar cells light energy of the Sun gets
    converted to Electrical energy through high
    crystalline silica cells.
  • From Solar Array Power is fed into battery system
    through MPPT charge controller.
  • From Battery system through PCUs DC is converted
    to AC.
  • Solar power is useful in places of unreliable
    Power supply.
  • Solar Power cheaper in the long run in comparison
    to generators.
  • Power is available is of high quality without
    spikes, surges etc.
  • MPPT protects battery bank by charging them when
    charge is low disconnecting battery bank from
    solar panel when the charge has reached desired
    levels.

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