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IADC HSE Case Guideline

Global Version
including
Combined Operations

Dominic Cattini
Director European Operations
What is our Focus?
Integration

• Experience

• Knowledge

• International Standards

• Structured Methodical Approach

• User friendly, useful output


International Standards

• ISO 9001

• ISO 14001

• ISO 17776

• OSHAS 18001

• IMO – ISM Code


Integrating HSE Management into
Operations
Hazards: What do we mean?

• Major Hazards – the potential to result in:


• Multiple fatalities or permanent total disabilities;
• Extensive damage to installation / MODU / plant;
• Massive effect to the environment

• Other Workplace Hazards


• Injury / ill health up to single fatality;
• Significant damage to installation / MODU / plant;
• Limited environmental damage
Structured Hazard Identification and Control
(SHIDAC) Process

Identify
Step 1 hazards

Evaluate Screening
Step 2
risk Criteria

Identify
Risk-reduction
measures

Step 3

Set functional
requirements
Risk Management Process (SHIDAC)
• The SHIDAC process incorporates:
• The basics of Fault and Event Tree Analyses;
• Measures to control major and other workplace
hazards;
• Ensures barriers are identified, established, monitored
and consistently maintained

• Key deliverables:
• Determination of major and other workplace hazards;
• Critical Activities / tasks related to a drilling contractors
scope of operations;
Risk Assessment Matrix

Consequence Increasing Probability


A B C D E
Severity
rating

Negligible - Improbable - Remote - Possible - Probable -


People Assets Environ- Reputation
Never Has Has Multiple Multiple
ment
occurred in occurred in occurred in occurrence occurrence
industry industry Company per year in per year at
Company Location

0 Zero Zero Zero Zero


harm damage effect impact

1 Slight
harm
Slight
damage
Slight
effect
Slight
impact
Low Risk
2 Minor Minor Minor Limited
harm damage effect impact

3 Major
harm
Local
damage
Local
effect
Considerable
impact
Medium Risk
4 Single Major Major National
fatality damage effect impact

5 Multiple Extensive Massive International High Risk


fatalities damage effect impact
Documenting Results
(6) (7) (8)
(4) (5) Risk Control Defence
(1) (2) (3)
MH OWH Rank Barriers Barriers
Hazard Sources Consequences
(Y/N) (Y/N) P/A/E/R MS MS
-O Reference Reference

Consequence 1.1 Defence 1.1


Source 1.1 3D / 1A / Control 1.1
Consequence 1.2 Defence 1.2
Hazard 1 Source 1.2 Y N 1A / 3A – Control 1.2
Consequence 1.3 Defence 1.3
Source 1.3
Consequence 1.4
3D Control 1.3
Defence 1.4

Control 2.1
Source 2.1
Consequence 2.1 3A / 2B / Control 2.2 Defence 2.1
Source 2.2
Hazard 2 Consequence 2.2 N Y 3E / 2B – Control 2.3 Defence 2.2
Source 2.3
Source 2.4
Consequence 2.3 3E Control 2.4 Defence 2.3
Control 2.5
Risk Optimisation Strategy

Consequence Increasing Probability


1 2 3 4 5
Severity
rating

Negligible - Improbable - Remote - Possible - Probable -


People Assets Environ- Reputation
Never Has Has Multiple Multiple
ment
occurred in occurred in occurred in occurrence occurrence
industry industry Company per year in per year at
Company Location

0 Zero Zero Zero Zero


harm damage effect impact General procedures in Mgt. System
1 Slight Slight Slight Slight Workplace assessments
harm damage effect impact Individual / verbal job hazard analyses
2 Minor Minor Minor Limited
harm damage effect impact Documented job hazard analyses
Major Local Local Considerable MS Activity sheets / Hazard sheets
3 harm damage effect impact Task specific procedures
4 Single Major Major National
fatality damage effect impact Rigorous Hazard Analysis
5 Multiple Extensive Massive International
fatalities damage effect impact
Statement of Operating Boundaries