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10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4 Element 2 & 3 - Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis
 

10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4 Element 2 & 3 - Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis

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a)Hazard Analysis Methodology ...

a)Hazard Analysis Methodology
b)Safety and environmental information is the basis for your management system design
c)BSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts) for your sheet of music (Management System)
d)Risk Based Approach to Hazard Analysis
e)Software tools to access environmental regulations such as Sub part S, O, G ,H and API standards can help stream line your SEMs compliance

We explain how the API RP 14J is your bible for Hazard Analysis Methodology. The safety and environmental information you utilize is the basis for your management system design. There are numerous “lessons learned” out there that are public knowledge; learn how these can provide you a road map.

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  • Ed Sattar- I am the CEO of 360factors, which is Regulatory Compliance Software and Advisory Services company. I’ve spent the past 15 years in the Regulatory Compliance policy making and workflow automation space which essentially involved in building regulatory intelligence models and developing Software to scale and stream line compliance for corporations, agencies and regulators
  • As mentioned in 250.1500 , Periodic means occurring or recurring at regular intervals which links to continuous improvementEach lessee must specify the intervals for periodic training and periodic assessment of training needs in their training programs
  • It all starts with the organization’s strategic objectives…..A Competency management system ensures clients meet their strategic objectives by maximizing their workforce potentialCompetency management system should allow employees to complete self assessments, enables supervisors to complete assessments of their direct reports, and makes it easy for managers to see the competence level of the entire organization Competency Management Systemshould also provide real-time performance indicators to ensure the competency management system implementation meet workforce development goals
  • There are different definitions of compliance . Here I am trying to draw some attention on compliance and risk
  • Talking Points Training Plan Components:SEMS (Subpart S) and API RP 75 section 7 training requirements andSubpart O 250.1503- Training Plan specifies type, method(s), length, frequency, and content of the training for employees. Training plan should also specify the method(s) of verifying employee understanding and performance. This plan must include:Procedures for training employees in well control, deepwater well control, or production safety practices; (2) Procedures for evaluating the training programs of your contractors; (3) Procedures for verifying that all employees and contractor personnel engaged in well control, deepwater well control, or production safety operations can perform their assigned duties;(4) Procedures for assessing the training needs of your employees on a periodic basis;(5) Recordkeeping and documentation procedures; and(6) Internal audit procedures.
  • Safety Training Technical TrainingRegulated Training Competency TrainingJob / Roles Based training Manager ApprovedClient Specific TrainingTraining Data and dashboards Training Data and dashboardsas mentioned in 30CFR 250.1909(f) BESEE requires for you to utilize personnel that are trained and competent in the areas of identifying hazards, environmental impacts – That prompts you to have a simple and robust JSA program. There are several technology tools that can help you automate the JSA work flow.
  • You have to have alignment accorss Strategy because that will drive -> Objectives (below are some of the objectives) -> Risks -> Controls - >Action
  • Framework for managingrisk… in every applicationRisk Register Context which reflects the problems and concernsEvent,Sources, Outcomes, Controls which demonstrated planning and decision making Action Items items Event/ Scenario

10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4 Element 2 & 3 - Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4 Element 2 & 3 - Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Presentation Transcript

  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard Analysis10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Risk Based Approach to Hazard AnalysisI. Hazard Analysis MethodologyII. Is Compliance a Risk? Safety and environmental information is the basis for your management systemdesign BSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts) for your sheet of music(Management System) Software application helping you align risk and compliance with SEMS, PSM, OSHA,EPA requirementsI. What a risk assessment software application should HAVEII. Framework for managing risk… in every application
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisIntroductionBrady Austin – Webinar PresenterSEMS and Regulatory Compliance ExpertKen Smith- PanelistSEMS ProfessionalEd Sattar - PanelistCEO, 360Factors.comGeorge Bunker- PanelistDrilling EHS ProfessionalRon White - PanellistVP Operaions, I3P, LLC – SEMS Audit Service Provider (ASP)
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard Analysis10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Risk Based Approach to Hazard AnalysisI. Hazard Analysis MethodologyII. Is Compliance a Risk? Safety and environmental information is the basis for your management systemdesign BSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts) for your sheet of music(Management System) Software application helping you align risk and compliance with SEMS, PSM, OSHA,EPA requirementsI. What a risk assessment software application should HAVEII. Framework for managing risk… in every application
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisRisk Based Approach to Hazard Analysis
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisHazard Analysis Methodology3 Critical Factors of Hazard AnalysisHazardAnalysesKnowledgeandexperienceInformationavailabilityTools usedfor thestudy
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisIs compliance risk? The definition of risk is “effect of uncertainty on objectives” In effect, managing risk means to manage uncertain outcomes in thepursuit of objectives If compliance is comparable to objectives and a desirable outcome, thenwe can argue that to manage compliance we are in effect managing theuncertainty of outcomes in the pursuit to become compliantCompliance is therefore not risk at all, it is the outcome of riskmanagementIs compliance risk?
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Compliance is an obligation, requirement and agreement Compliance is also a responsibility Management ultimately takes accountability for compliance Compliance therefore is comparable to managers’ objectives Objectives have measurable outcomesIt can be argued then that compliance is not only a desired outcome, butalso a measurable oneIs compliance risk?
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard Analysis10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Risk Based Approach to Hazard AnalysisI. Hazard Analysis MethodologyII. Is Compliance a Risk? Safety and environmental information is the basis for your management systemdesign BSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts) for your sheet of music(Management System) Software application helping you align risk and compliance with SEMS, PSM, OSHA,EPA requirementsI. What a risk assessment software application should HAVEII. Framework for managing risk… in every application
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisSafety and environmental information is thebasis for your management system designYour SEMS program safety and environmental information mustinclude:SEMSProgramElementsProcessDesignInformationSimplifiedProcessFlowDiagramMechanicalDesignInformation
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard Analysis10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Risk Based Approach to Hazard AnalysisI. Hazard Analysis MethodologyII. Is Compliance a Risk? Safety and environmental information is the basis for your management systemdesign BSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts) for your sheet of music(Management System) Software application helping you align risk and compliance with SEMS, PSM, OSHA,EPA requirementsI. What a risk assessment software application should HAVEII. Framework for managing risk… in every application
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisBSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts)for your sheet of music (Management System)The safety alert is one of the tools BSEE uses to inform the offshore oil and gasindustry of the circumstances surrounding an incident or a near miss.The alert contains recommendations for the safety of Outer Continental Shelf,they include:• operational areas• negative pressure testing procedures• location of equipment on the rig• configuration and alignmentof subsea blowout preventer stacks
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard Analysis10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety and Environmental Information/ Hazard Analysis Risk Based Approach to Hazard AnalysisI. Hazard Analysis MethodologyII. Is Compliance a Risk? Safety and environmental information is the basis for your management systemdesign BSEE and others provide you notes (Safety Alerts) for your sheet of music(Management System) Software application helping you align risk and compliance with SEMS, PSM, OSHA,EPA requirementsI. What a risk assessment software application should HAVEII. Framework for managing risk… in every application
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisGoals andObjectives• Strategic• Operational• Financial• Compliance• OtherManagement andOrganization• Policies• Procedures• Processes• Activities• Controls• ActionsPositive / NegativeOutcomes• Metrics• Root causeanalysis• Organizationallearning• ContinualimprovementRisk should be embedded in allof your SEMS, PSM, OSHA,EPA processSoftware application helping you align risk andcompliance with SEMS, PSM, OSHA, EPA requirements
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisWhat a risk assessment softwareapplication should HAVE
  • RiskRegisterContextEvent/ScenarioSourcesOutcomesControlsActionItems15Demonstratesplanning anddecisionmakingReflects theproblem/concernReflects thedecisions toaddress theproblemFramework for managing risk… in everyapplication
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisThank You for Attending 10 SEMSinar™Series, Part 4,
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisThank You for Attending 10 SEMSinar™Series, Part 4,Contact InformationSteve PattersonVP of Salessteve.patterson@360factors.comCorporate Headquarters360Factors, Inc13801 Burnet Road Suite 100Austin Texas, 78727Phone: 866-385-2341
  • 10 SEMSinar™ Series, Part 4,Element 2 & 3- Safety andEnvironmental Information/ Hazard AnalysisTo Be Continued...• August SEMSinar™ Part 5 Element 4- Management of Change –Date & Time: June 27th at 1 PM