Sabtu, 28 Ogos 2010

of near misses

"personnel found pounding chili and prawn paste without wearing goggles"

that is a real, reportable near miss my frens..

what is a near miss?

in a math equation, near miss = hazard + people..

so whenever you found any hazard that can associate or impact personnel, it'll become near miss..

another good example: forgetting to pull your handbrake when parking at a hillside + people lalu lalang = kete langgar orang

why report near misses?

sharing purposes..
in offshore operations especially, all incident and near misses must be reportable to alert others and avoid occurrences

in this company i'm working with, they take high priority of safety whether its personnel safety of process safety.. thus the term SHE (Safety, Health and Environmental) used while other companies opt to used HSE or ESH.. note the S part come first, that is to emphasized, no matter what we do, safety concerns must be addressed first

sumtimes this kinda reporting make you more alert to all the hazards around you all this while, but had never noticed..

so, start reporting and sharing near misses with those you care..
i'm off, nak g beli goggles.. kot2 nanti nak tumbuk sambal belacan, xde la termasuk mata.. :P


kpop idols coming to town in October!! .. ok, correction: they're coming to our neighboring country, singapore..still, my heart is pounding to go!!

not one, but all the big names: BIG BANG, SNSD, SHINEE, FT ISLAND and one unidentified idol..

could it be SuJu? - they had came to Malaysia in March ans they are currently bz with Super Show 3..

if it gonna be DBSK or their post-SME-dispute JYJ or HoMin, i definitely cry my heart out as i wont be able to make it..
da la a week b4 i'll most probably be at singapore..

source: allkpop

Rabu, 11 Ogos 2010

of choices..

sila pilih:

lump sum:

نَوَيْتُ صَوْمَ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ كِلِّهِ لِلَّهِ تَعَالَى

Niatnya: Sahaja aku berpuasa sebulan Ramadhan tahun ini kerana Allah Taala.

in-series for 30 days:

نَوَيْتُ صَوْمَ غَدٍ عَنْ أَدَاءِ فَرْضِ رَمَضَانَ هَذِهِ السَّنَةِ لِلَّهِ تَعَالَى

Niatnya: Sahaja aku puasa esok hari pada bulan Ramadhan tahun ini kerana Allah Taala.

i prefer both :)

selamat berpuasa semua..


Baru taw ade wikipedia page pasal ibadah puasa dlm bahasa malaysia :

Ahad, 8 Ogos 2010

of work stress and fun time

masjid besi @ putrajaya..xpenah gi lagi neh
-source: wikipedia-

i dyed my hair violet.. ok, before you start jumping it's actually blackcurrant @ dark violet brown

last week had been a very exhausting week.. i was pull back in an issue that involved deferred production.. even lost the opportunity to attend SFD reliability lesson learnt workshop (just pretend you know what's it all about ek)..

so when the weekends arrived, i celebrated it with joy and pleasure, with my finger crossed no one calls me as i'm on weekend duty.. during the weekly grocery, my mom was browsing to buy for dye on her grey hair.. that' s when one dye color caught my eye..

"what color is that?" my dad asked, looking at the 2 permanent hair color..

"violet" :P

my dad goes like "purple?".. my mom malas nak layan da my

to my parents relieve, it actually turns out ok.. i would say it looks almost natural.. the violet-ness does not really showed off.. since my original hair is deep black, it looks like just another shade of black, if black have any shades.. under the lights at the right angle, then the violet-ness is seen.. and i like it just the way it turns out, even i may have hoped the color can be more obvious.. hoho~

to tell you the truth, i had been wanting to dye my hair dark violet since i'm in form 5.. i believe that was the time that this dye color was introduced.. but then, both parents definitely oppose that.. i could not dye my hair behind their back, what if it turns out disastrously and become stunning purple?..that'll be a haunting and never-ending nightmare..

hurmmm, what should be next year's colour?..should i try a lighter color?.. or jeng3x: algae green?


P/S: i actually got a call asking me to go to office just now.. ngaaa~

PP/S: selamat berpuasa dan menyambut bulan puasa al-mubarak to all muslim and muslimat~ :)


when googling for hairstyle pics, found this one nostalgic pic:

ahhh, miss them as a group!

da nak bulan puasa neh.. masih melayan kpop lagi..isk2.. >.<"

Ahad, 1 Ogos 2010

of training and taxi

last week, i was given the chance to attend Production Safety School which basically talks about API Recommended Practice 14C, 14J, 500 and 505..

ok, i know, this is very nak citer gak.. overally, it's a very good course..

API stands for American Petroleum Institute.. by minimum, industry practices should at least meet API RP in their offshore and production facilities.. We were lucky that the course was taught by one of the original committee that wrote the API RP some ancient time ago.. (and we were told on how how they come out for some basis during the writings, which was so hilarious, though the guy may exaggerate a bit XD )..

I'd learnt a lot and appreciate had taken this training now as things start to make sense to me.. If it were too early,my take-away would probably extra dozing time and good food (i confess, the food is not really great.. it's nice and something new, not the same ol' convention centre's food we always had for meetings- i do like convention centre's food sebenarnye..hehe.. and hard rock cafe? definitely not worth the price tag :P )

API RP 14C talks about the need of having at two layer protection in you facilities.. how to check that you have adequate safety protection of your process.. How you can check whether your consultant is doing the right design and not just lying to you blindly..

being only a green horn in this industry, i do admit, the most stupidest error that i'd seen actually did came from wrong design.. not to put the blame on consultant companies, but designing and actually operating a facility are two different things.. whatever errors had been done in design (or installation) stage may affect some one life 10 - 20 years down the road, if not done properly and safely..

the instructor, being with an engineering problem-solver company, gave us examples of the unsafely design facilities which are real stories in South-East Asia facilities.. and that made me scared..seriously, when you go out there to work, you would not expect something in the facility just waiting to be flying out of orbit because of defect in the designed process safety.. >.<"


every morning during the training, i took a taxi to the course venue. (except for one day when my dad sent me there). on my last day coincidentally, i'd ride the same taxi on one of the previous days of the training.. was planning to dozed off for a few minutes before reaching the place, but the taxi driver was very talkative and the fact that i'd taken his taxi twice to the same place just add into one of topic selection list..

"keje kat hotel ke cik?" asked the taxi driver. in one of the talks, he told me was a government retiree

"tak, ada training" i do get that questions for a few times already, whenever i had taken taxi in early mornings to go for trainings.. when i had said no, they will go "ahhh, i thought so.. u don't look like one" ..but they still ask, probably out of curiosity.. >.<"