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Q3 Annually during HSE MS Review
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Review for following context and areas of influence;
Legislative
Environmental
Health
Safety
Risk
Labour
Sustainability
Stakeholders
Shareholders
Interested parties
Specification and Standards (National & International()
Scope of business activities
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MDC HSE Steering committee minutes
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HSE Policy
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Documents will often need to include;
Extracts from associated guidelines,
Extracts from SP’s,
Core information from COP’s,
Core information from PR’s
Reference documents.
EA4b01No
  
Maximum 16 blocks per page
If more than 16, sub-process required
Maximum 12 words per box
All activities to start with  responsible function title
All actions to commence with action verb
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Template used
Fonts correct
Formats correct
Policies referenced
Guidelines referenced
PR referenced
SP Referenced
Process linkage identified
Document numbering correct
QC completed
RASCI satisfied
EA4b03No
  
Process mapping containing all relevant references, templates, documents, software links, guideline references, roles and responsibilities.
EA4b04No
  
Web pages and website on HSE For Contractors
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Review and consider context, scope and impact of:
Legislative
Environmental
Health
Safety
Risk
Labour
Sustainability
Stakeholders
Shareholders
Interested parties
Specification and Standards (National & International
Scope of business activities
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Oman Legal requirements to be complied with
ISO14001: 2015 requirements
OHSAS18001: 2007requirements
ISO 45001:2017 requirements
Interested parties needs & expectations
Company accepted compliance obligations
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Technical Risk
Occupational Health
Operational risk
Environmental risk
Interested parties needs & expectations
Company compliance obligations
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Providing specialist HSE advice to other CFDHs and assets.
 Analyzing corporate HSE data.
 Screening and dissemination of technical innovations in HSE.
 Stimulating creativity with respect to managing HSE.
 Spreading lateral learning about HSE across Asset Teams.
 Developing and planning of HSE with CFDHs, HSE Team Leaders, and HSE Advisers.
 Promoting technical standards on HSE.
 Managing HSE knowledge within PDO.
 Managing and coordinating HSE Assurance activities within PDO.
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CMF system
PPC
Board Governance and steer (BAC)
HSE MS
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Performance contracts
HSE MS
DCAF
Technical Authority system
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A leader is a person who motivates a group of people towards achieving a common goal. In PDO, there are leaders at all levels from the Managing Director to the Supervisor. Leadership is the collective function of all leaders.
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Internal audit plan
Joint HSE Leadership scheduled site visits
Gemba walks
Inspections (AIPS)
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HSE Annual Plan
MDC HSE Steering committee minutes
IAC / BAC Minutes
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A leader is a person who motivates a group of people towards achieving a common goal. In PDO, there are leaders at all levels from the Managing Director to the Supervisor. Leadership is the collective function of all leaders.
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EB1Bb01YesEB1BEB1B/HSEPOC/HSEPOC/EB1.pdf
  
EB1Cb01YesEB1CEB1C/HSEPOC/RightSideLinksDocuments/EB1C_b01.pdf
  

Develop risk scoping based on whether risk assessment is required for:

  • Project design
  • Project review
  • Project commissioning
  • Handover to operations
  • Operational risk
  • Technical risk
  • Incident investigation
  • Deep dive
  • Contractor management
  • Contractor evaluation
  • Equipment use
  • Equipment maintenance
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HSE Cases are required for all high risk operations (Major hazard Accidents and risk ratings 5 on risk matrix).

These include asset locations, projects  and  high risk support services.
Examples:

Bahja Operations HSE Case (Zauliah)

Terminal, Tank farms & Marine Operations HSE Case

Amal Steam Operations HSE Case

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HAZARDS: TYPICAL Hazards include:
  • Energy sources
  • Substances
  • Unsafe conditions
 
HAZARDS ARE NOT  ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:
  • Unsafe acts
  • Underlying causes (Root causes)
  • Management system failures
  • Events
  • Consequences
  • Outcomes
  • Results
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EB1Eb01YesEB1EEB1E/HSEPOC/RightSideLinksDocuments/EB/EB1Eb01.pdf
  
EB1Eb02YesEB1EEB1E/HSEPOC/RightSideLinksDocuments/EB/EB1Eb02.pdf
  
EB1Fb01YesEB1FEB1F/HSEPOC/RightSideLinksDocuments/EB1F_b01.pdf
  
EB1Gb01YesEB1GEB1G/HSEPOC/RightSideLinksDocuments/EB/EB1Gb01.pdf
  
Government Gazette published quarterly or as determined by Ministry
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English & Arabic Translations of :
Royal Decrees (RDs), Ministerial Decisions (MDs), and supporting Ministerial documents relating to HSE management.
“Other requirements” document relating to HSE management
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