HSE-MS - Health Safety & Environment Management System Training & Certification
What is HSE-MS & How to achieve it from LIA ?
HSE-MS (Health Safety & Environment Management System) is set of Guideline and a power tool developed for considering environmental protection, Occupational Health and Safety at Work (OHSW) as important as providing quality products. Nowadays all department of a corporate companies or organization focus on Quality and Products, but HSE - MSspecify on that main concern with “Health and Safety management must be implied in all departments of organsiation, special for the Oil Sectors , Petroleum and Chemical Industry.
HSE–MScan can safe guard and avoid accidents which happens due to lack of skill or system in Organisation or departments.
HSE–MS Management has two general objectives :
· Prevention of Incidents / Or
· Prevent Accidents that might result from abnormal operating conditions on the one hand and reduction of adverse effects that result from normal operating conditions on the other hand.
Since 1990s, International Standards were issued various standards like ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 for Health Safety and Environmental Management and for Occupational Health and Safety management.
Guideline are classified in four categories.
a) First Parameter: Environmental
· Air Emissions and Ambient Air Quality
· Energy Conservation
· Wastewater and Ambient Water Quality
· Water Conservation
· Hazardous Materials Management
· Waste Management
· Contaminated Land and Remediation
· Releases to water
· Releases to land
· Use of raw materials and natural resources
· Energy emitted, heat/radiation/vibration
· Waste and by-products
b) Second Parameter: Occupational Health and Safety
· General Facility Design and Operation
· Communication and Training
· Physical Hazards
· Chemical Hazards
· Biological Hazards
· Radiological Hazards
· Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
· Special Hazard Environments
c) Third Parameter: Community Health and Safety
· Water Quality and Availability
· Structural Safety of Project Infrastructure
· Life and Fire Safety (L&FS)
· Traffic Safety
· Transport of Hazardous Materials
· Disease Prevention
· Emergency Preparedness and Response
d) Fourth Parameter: Construction and Decommissioning
· Occupational Health and Safety
· Community Health and Safety
Key Elements The following elements give guidance, as well as providing minimum standards in formulating an HSE Management System appropriate to each Business Unit. Surely situations may warrant much more and only by exception, will any require less.
§ Objective setting
§ Legislative compliance
§ Risk management
§ Health and community
§ Human factors
§ Training and competence
§ Information, documents and standards
§ Integrity management
§ Third parties and suppliers
§ Emergency preparedness and response
§ Environmental management
§ Incident reporting and investigation
§ Change management