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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

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Although International and National Oil and Gas companies are outsourcing more and more services to contractors, they still have the responsibility for formally demonstrating that HSE is being managed satisfactorily in all of their assets. It is becoming a mandatory requirement by governmental bodies globally that O&G companies submit this demonstration (i.e., HSE Case) for approval to conduct the asset operation. In Malaysia, for example, these take the form of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) reports by DOE or Safety Reports by DOSH as relevant.

The objective of this talk is to provide an overview of the phases of a project along with the project management controls necessary for the successful management of HSE as applicable to E&P type projects. It will describe the specific applications of Hazards and Risk Management tools at key stages of the project and will review how the ALARP target factors in on major project conceptual and detailed design decisions and direction.

The talk will focus, on various project stages and the relevant HSE objectives, tools and techniques that typically are employed to achieve the desired objectives and the deliverables expected at the end of each stage. It will also provide pointers to more detailed references and guidance for their application. It is not the intention of this talk to provide a complete specification of the HSE activities to be undertaken at each stage of a project. Nonetheless, it will provide guidance on key activities that need to be considered by those responsible for project design.

A talk on "HSE in projects - Focusing on design", organized by Oil, Gas & Mining Technical Division, IEM has been scheduled.

Date : 13 April 2009 (Monday)
Time : 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm
CPD : 2 Hours (approved by BEM)
Venue : Wisma IEM (New Building), Petaling Jaya
Speaker : Mr. Christopher James Bernard (CJB

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