Although the HSE system is a set of three elements of health, safety, and environment, the relationship between the elements of this set is systematic and systematic. A system is a set of elements and components that interact with each other and meet the purpose of the system. It should be noted that in this system, the output, and efficiency of the whole health, safety, and environment system is more than the output and efficiency of the set of elements of health, safety, and environment. Due to the relationship and impact of each of the elements of HSE on each other, this change leads to the coordination of activities and implementation processes.
One of the advantages of HSE systematic thinking is that repetitive and additional actions and activities to achieve the goals of each of the elements E, S, H are eliminated individually and all these components are integrated for a single goal that is the goal of the HSE system.
HSE Management System defines the principles by which we conduct our operations worldwide with regards to health, safety, and the environment.
The HSE Management System model comprises eight interrelated components:
- commitment and leadership and accountability
- policies and objectives
- organization and resources
- contractor and supplier management
- risk management
- business processes
- performance monitoring and improvement
- audits and reviews.
These are continuously improved by conformance checks
- on day-to-day standards and procedures (controls)
- on the management system (correction)
- through modifications to the management system (improvement).
Elements of HSE management system
– Leadership, planning, coordination, and review: This collection means leading the HSE collection and coordinating HSE goals, and reviewing the HSE program periodically.
– Organization, Duties, and Responsibilities and Resources:
This set means the implementation of the organization’s HSE policies and guidelines. Each unit of the organization documents HSE strategies, goals, and actions.
– Management of hazards and their effects:
This title describes the tasks related to identifying and estimating risks related to activities and operations and then controlling them to ensure the elimination or reduction of risks and to achieve this goal of estimating and evaluating environmental effects and bringing and evaluating social effects.
– Standards, procedures, and documentation control:
The term standard refers to all codified policies, guidelines, procedures, and guidelines of the HSE management system and ensures that all standards are in an up-to-date state for HSE implementation.
– implementation, monitoring, and corrective action:
In this stage of the process and activity management, health and safety, and environmental protection supervision and, if necessary, corrective actions are carried out.
Auditors methodically direct all activities to the efficiency and quality of the HSE management system.
The purpose and scope of application
of the HSE management system guidelines and guidelines have been prepared by the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers to:
– Cover issues related to the HSE management system in a single document.
– Be related to the activities of the exploration and production industry around the world.
– Be general enough to adapt to the activities of different companies and their cultures.
– Can be used with the role of major and minor contractors and be recognized by them.
Facilitate operations within the framework of legal requirements.
Facilitate the proper evaluation of activities to standard and international standards.
These guidelines outline the essential elements for developing, deploying, and maintaining an HSE management system. They do not provide specific operational requirements, but it is suggested that companies set their own policies and objectives with information about significant risks and environmental impacts of their operations.
These guidelines can serve as a model for operating companies or contractors seeking to help reassure themselves and others (such as legislators, neighbors, partners, customers, and insurers) of compliance with HSE policies expressed in the form of They are a purposeful management system to be used. In addition, these guidelines are used to support, not necessarily recommend, alternatives to existing effective systems and methods of the company.
A safety management system is a systematic approach to managing safety, including organisational structures, accountabilities, policies and procedures. Managing business activities and applying principles, framework, processes to help prevent accidents, injuries and to minimize other risk.
It is a comprehensive,collaborative approach that brings management and labor together to build on the transit industry’s existing safety foundation to control risk better, detect and correct safety problems earlier,share and analyze safety data more effectively,and measure safety performance more carefully.It is about applying resources to risk and is based on ensuring that a transit agency has the organizational infrastructure to support decision – making at all levels regarding the assignment of resources.
Some key parts:
- Defined roles and responsibilities
- Strong executive safety leadership
- Formal safety accountabilities and communication
- Elective policies and procedures
- Active employee involvement
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