Abstract

This paper will introduce the (HSE) Management Program guidelines prepared for Agiba petroleum company to protect People, Equipment, Material & the Environment throughout the practical implementation of proactive & reactive programs. These programs are designed in order to maintain our company compliance with the Egyptian (HSE) regulations & the related policies of EGPC, EEAA & ENNI- AGIP corporate.

Agiba is operating in one marine & five land areas producing crude oil and associated gas. These fields are far from each other & span a distance of 2000 Km. Hence, implementing a dynamic & comprehensive (HSE) program is considered very important in order to keep operations running smooth & with minimum loss. The implementation of this program in the scope of Loss Control & Waste Management resulted in safe operations for the past five years. The dynamic application will be demonstrated in the paper along with future plan of actions for continuo improvement.

Introduction

HSE is an integral part of every successful management initiative taken by an oil company in addition to being a statutory requirement. The purpose of the (HSE) management system is to provide management, employees and contractors with an effective tool capable of continually enhancing (HSE), health and production performance. It provides a framework of management techniques and methods for reducing losses and optimizing performance. One of the primary roles of a management system is to identify responsible parties and to ensure that those roles and responsibilities are communicated and understood. The role of any management system is to help us manage our operation efficiently, economically and in compliance with low. A safe system of work is a formal procedure, which results from systematic examination of a task in order to identify all the hazards, it defines safe methods to ensure that hazards are eliminated or risk minimized. Many hazards are clearly recognizable and can be over come by physically separating people from them, As using guarding on machinery.

Objectives:

The objective of the system is to develop the health, (HSE) & environment function through an HSE management system integrated in a quality framework whereby management can achieve impressive improvements, notably in their HSE performance, and to provide the means to asses that they are applied in the right manner.

Key Elements & Activities

The emphasis for the future was to be proactive hazard management in a quality management system structure that addresses the HSE aspects & services that can be offered by the company organization & other external professional parties, in this regard. Such a quality structure comprises six main parts :1. Policies & objectives. 2. Organization, 3. Responsibilities & resources. 4. Standards & procedures. 5. Implementation & performance monitoring. 6. Auditing & review the system for compliance & continual improvement. these key dements are applicable to the management of any part of the business.

The (HSE) management system could be fully integrated in the over all site quality management system. For the convenience of those who have an ISO 9000 system in place, (HSE) management system compliments the quality control.

Objectives:

The objective of the system is to develop the health, (HSE) & environment function through an HSE management system integrated in a quality framework whereby management can achieve impressive improvements, notably in their HSE performance, and to provide the means to asses that they are applied in the right manner.

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