Implementing IOGP 423 - HSE Management Guidelines for Working together in a Contract Environment
- L. Iversen (Statoil ASA) | O. Faugstad (ConocoPhillips)
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- Society of Petroleum Engineers
- SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility, 16-18 April, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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- Conference Paper
- 2018. Society of Petroleum Engineers
- 6.1 HSSE & Social Responsibility Management, 7.2.1 Risk, Uncertainty and Risk Assessment, 6 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility, 6.1 HSSE & Social Responsibility Management, 7 Management and Information, 7.2 Risk Management and Decision-Making, 6.1.5 Human Resources, Competence and Training
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Contractor HSE Management is a vital process and aligning our efforts is a benefit to all.
The 2017 IOGP guide for HSE management throughout a contract lifecycle (IOGP Report 423) place further emphasis on the collaboration between clients and contractors, and their respective responsibilities – including subcontracting; and focus on risk management and assurance mechanisms.
Since the publication of 423, an IOGP taskforce has been working on materials to support and facilitate implementation in the Oil & Gas and Energy industry, and to assist with coordination and facilitation of local country implementation workshops. Norwegian members in the taskforce, agreed to pilot the Norwegian implementation.
This paper summarizes the material prepared by the taskforce for global implementation, and the planning and key learnings from the Norwegian implementation efforts. Our experience is that stakeholder management requires special attention. In addition, we discuss the specific challenges in the Norwegian context, such as tripartite collaboration and language. This experience is worth sharing for a successful implementation in other countries.
The paper also gives some insight into the IOGP guidance content and purpose, supporting contractor HSE management throughout the contracting lifecycle. We will discuss how the IOGP Report 423 provides a risk-based approach, aiming to improve contractor HSE management in alignment with the current Operating Management System (OMS) framework. We discuss the way forward, and propose how an implementation plan can be developed, including; use of the methodology, carry out capability assessments, establish contract requirements and assess and plan training.
This paper concludes that the use of IOGP taskforce practical implementation guidance on various 423 topics, will eventually lead to clients and contractors working together, and help to meet the vision that the industry implements and use the 423 guidance with minimum deviations, hence working more safely and saving millions. the IOGP Taskforce agreed not only to deliver the updated guidance, but also paid special attention and time on implementation. However, the implementation journey has proved to be demanding, as you can read throughout this paper.
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Norsk olje og gass. (2017, February 7). Norsok analysis project. Retrieved from https://www.norskoljeoggass.no/en/Publica/HSE-and-operations/Norsok-analysis-project/
The Framework Regulations. (2017). Retrieved from Petroleum Safety Authority Norway website: http://www.ptil.no/framework-hse/category403.html#_Toc438218439