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6 HSE Management Standards that You Need to Know

Average Reading time is 8 minutes A Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management System refers to the set of initiatives that an organisation follows during their operations to manage any risks that are associated with HSE issues. An ideal HSE management system is one that reduces HSE risks. When designing the HSE management system it…

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Incident Investigation Plant Oil and Gas

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes   All incidents, regardless of size or impact, need to be investigated. Whether it is a fatality, injury, illness or a close call, an effective incident investigation and report process helps employers understand what happened and why it happened. It presents an opportunity to identify operational hazards and shortcomings in…

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Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Management System

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes   In today’s environment, organisations are under growing pressure to comply with Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) regulations and standards. While there are various aspects to creating and maintaining a safe working environment, the key is to develop and implement an effective safety management system. A HSE Management System is…

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Best Practice HSE Management

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes Health and safety management encompasses the interactions between several factors between – the working environment, systems and procedures, and the people in the organisation. The management of the risks associated with the Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) threats to a business is becoming increasingly complex and as part of any…

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Decommissioning is the administrative and technical actions taken to allow the removal of some or all of the regulatory controls from a facility. – International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Once any production facility is not economically viable, it creates the need to shut down the facility, make is safe and protect the environment effectively. Coupled…

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  Pre-commissioning is generally considered to include the preparation and integrity verification or structure upon completion of construction/installation and prior to commissioning.   Pre-commissioning includes all or the combination of operations to allow the pipeline or system to be cleaned, internally gauged pressure tested and dewatered and/or dried. Sometimes there can be a final operation…

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  In Singapore, from January 2018 onwards, the law will clam down harder on companies that neglect workers’ safety. The new policy that was passed down on 6 November 2017, stated that companies that are found guilty of serious workplace safety breaches could be fined up to $50k.   Hazardous practices includes:- Firms’ failure to…

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  Instrumented safety systems have in place for a long time to fit protective systems to industrial process plant. These systems are independent of the normal process control, and have implementations in place to render the plant safe in the event of a malfunction.   It was until recently, that such systems have been designed…

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Risk management can be defined as the collection of culture, processes and structures that are directed towards realising potential opportunities whilst managing adverse effects. Risk assessment can be carried out via the use of various methods, tools and risk assessment schemes.   Hazards and operability (HAZOP) is a qualitative method analysis that is developed to…

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