Pursuant to Regulation 22 of the Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes, and Passenger Ropeways) Regulations 1999, I, Api Poutasi, Acting General Manager of Health and Technical Services, in exercise of those powers delegated to me by WorkSafe New Zealand, hereby give notice of recognition of the documents listed below submitted by Todd Energy Limited:
- Letter “Application for RBI to WORKSAFE”, dated 7 December 2020; and
- Letter of support by SGS New Zealand Limited dated 18 December 2020 (Ref M7639J10); and
- AS/NZS ISO 9001 certificate number NZ20/81841296.00 by SGS; and
- Supporting evidence by way of other relevant Asset Integrity Quality Management System Guideline, Risk Based Inspection Methodology, Pressure Equipment Integrity Management System (PEIMS) Standard documents; and
- List of equipment “Todd Energy Asset Register from MEX as of 01 04 2021”.
The submission indicates that this equipment would be managed in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes and Passenger Ropeways) Regulations 1999 (PECPR). Accordingly, I advise that recognition of the inspection programme, as set out in the above-detailed documentation, is granted under Regulation 22 of the PECPR Regulations.
This recognition is subject to the following conditions:
- This Recognition expires on 22 April 2026, unless revoked prior.
- It applies only to pressure equipment tabled in the submission detailed above.
- It applies to only equipment of hazard levels A–D covered by PECPR regulations.
- Its nominated Recognised Inspection Body shall determine the frequency and timing of the attendance of its equipment inspectors for the purpose of reviewing, approving and auditing the implementation of the ITP and for the inspection and certification of equipment.
- It shall advise its nominated Recognised Inspection Body of any changes to its equipment or process that may affect equipment life or the frequency or type of inspection applied. It shall, in conjunction with Inspection Body, review actual or proposed changes to its equipment or process in order to establish any potential impact on safety and equipment inspection.
- It shall advise its nominated Recognised Inspection Body of any changes to, or affecting, its own engineering personnel.
- It shall review its quality management system and update it to accommodate any changes necessary following the granting of this recognition.
This recognition may be withdrawn should the services of its current nominated Recognised Inspection Body be discontinued or, if there is any significant change to the equipment or process.
Dated at Wellington this 22nd day of April 2021.
API POUTASI, Acting General Manager of Health and Technical Services, WorkSafe New Zealand.