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Report 210 HSE-MS Guideline

Report 210 HSE-MS Guideline

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E&PFORUM
Guidelines for theDevelopment and Application of Health, Safety and EnvironmentalManagement Systems
Report No. 6.36/210
 
E&P Forum
Guidelines for the Development and Application of Health, Safetyand Environmental Management SystemsReport No. 6.36/210July 1994E&P Forum, 25–28 Old Burlington Street, London W1X 1LBTelephone: 44 (0)171 292 0600 Fax: 44 (0)171 434 3721These Guidelines have been prepared for the E&P Forum by the Safety,Health and Personnel Competence (SHAPC) and Environmental Quality(EQC) Committees through their Health, Safety and EnvironmentalManagement Systems (HSEMS) Task Force.
Task Force Membership
T W Goldsmith (from November 1993)Exxon, ChairmanR J Edwardes (until November 1993)Exxon, ChairmanL Ceffa/E LegnaniAgipK M JacksonAmocoB BambridgeBritish GasJ KerriganBPM StormonthHalliburtonS Al-Ajmi/B Al KhashtiKuwait Oil CompanyHusein Wirahadikusumah/S. SoedirdjoPertaminaT Lode/D H CorrPhillipsP D BentleySIPMS R GundersenStatoilD G DawsonUNOCALR StreetE&P Forum, SecretaryThe Task Force was assisted in detailed drafting and development by the
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Consultancy:D T E HuntProject ManagerB HegartyC A JohnsonJ BlanchardSub-ConsultantThe Oil Industry International Exploration and Production Forum (E&PForum) is the international association of oil companies and petroleumindustry organisations formed in 1974. It was established to represent itsmembers’ interests at the International Maritime Organisation and otherspecialist agencies of the United Nations, European Union, governmentaland other international bodies concerned with regulating the explorationand production of oil and gas. At present the Forum has 52 membersmade up of 38 oil companies and 14 national oil industry associations,operating in 60 different countries.The work of the Forum covers:
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monitoring the activities of relevant global and regional internationalorganisations;
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developing industry positions on issues; and
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disseminating information on good practice through the developmentof industry guidelines, codes of practice, check lists, etc.Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the informa-tion contained in this publication, neither E&P Forum, nor any of its mem-bers, nor its consultant, will assume liability for any use made thereof.Design and layout: Words and Publications, Oxford, UK.Cover photographs reproduced courtesy of:
top left:
BP;
bottom left:
Halliburton;
top and bottom right:
Exxon
 AuthorsThe E&PForumDisclaimer Acknowledgments
 
 page 1
6.4Non-compliance and corrective action236.5Incident reporting246.6Incident follow-up24
7
 Auditing and reviewing
25
7.1Auditing257.2Reviewing26
 Annex: definitions
27
Supplementary 
29S1
Leadership and commitment29
S2
Policy and strategic objectives29
S3
Organisation, resources and documentation30
S3.1Organisational structure and responsibilities30 S3.2Management representative(s)31S3.3Resources31S3.4Competence31S3.5Contractors3S3.6Communication3S3.7Documentation and its control3
S4
Evaluation and risk management34
S4.1Identification of hazards and effects3S4.2Evaluation3S4.3Recording of hazards and effects3S4.4Objectives and performance criteria3S4.5Risk reduction measures3
S5
Planning38
S5.1General3S5.2Asset integrity3S5.3Procedures and work instructions3S5.4Management of change3S5.5Contingency and emergency planning4
S6
Implementation and monitoring41
S6.1Activities and tasks41S6.2Monitoring41S6.3Records41S6.4Non-compliance and corrective action4S6.5Incident reporting4S6.6Incident follow-up4
S7
Auditing and reviewing44
S7.1Auditing4S7.2Reviewing4
Guidelines for the Developmentand Application of Health, Safety and EnvironmentalManagement Systems
Contents
Introduction
2
Background2Purpose and scope2The Health, Safety and EnvironmentalManagement System Model3Structure of the document4Terminology4
Executive Summary of theHSEMS model
51
Leadership and commitment
62
Policy and strategic objectives
73
Organisation, resources anddocumentation
8
3.1Organisational structure and responsibilities83.2Management representative(s)93.3Resources93.4Competence93.5Contractors113.6Communication113.7Documentation and its control12
4
Evaluation and risk management
14
4.1Identification of hazards and effects154.2Evaluation154.3Recording of hazards and effects164.4Objectives and performance criteria164.5Risk reduction measures17
5
Planning
18
5.1General185.2Asset integrity185.3Procedures and work instructions195.4Management of change195.5Contingency and emergency planning20
6
Implementation and monitoring
22
6.1Activities and tasks226.2Monitoring236.3Records23
GUIDELINES

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