SIEP HSE Management System
Leadership and Commitment
Policy and Strategic
Objectives
Organisation, Responsibilities
Resources, Standards & Doc.
Hazard and Effects
Management
Planning & Procedures
Implementation
CORPORATE
PROCESS
TASK
Corrective
Action
Monitoring
Audit
Corrective Action &
Improvement
Management Review
Corrective Action &
Improvement
Leadership & Commitment
HSE an integral part of business
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Do managers effectively balance any
conflict in the competing requirements to
safeguard technical integrity and to
optimise cashflow?
Do staff believe that management and
supervisors are serious about the priority of
HSE matters?
Do managers and supervisors periodically
visit worksites and attend departmental
safety meetings?
Do managers and supervisors lead by
example - do they follow their own rules?
Policy & Strategic Objectives
Challenging policy and objectives understood by all
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Is there a Health, Safety and Environment policy?
Are strategic objectives defined (also for HSE aspects)?
Do the policy and objectives require continuous improvement,
and set a leadership goal?
Are objectives cascaded to tasks and targets for all staff?
Does the policy contain an explicit statement that work should
be stopped/not started if unsafe?
Are the policy and objectives endorsed by the present chief
executive?
Are they readily available to employees and contractors?
Do employees and contractors understand policy and
objectives?
Is Contractors' HSE management is consistent with
Company's?
Organisation, Responsibilities,
Resources, Contractor Mgt. Communications,
HSE-MS Doc. Standards and Change Control
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Is the organisation appropriate?
 Are boundaries and interfaces adequately
described?
 Are responsibilities defined to fully cover all
activities?
 Is there an appropriate balance between line staff
and advisers?
 Do all staff have job descriptions (also defining
HSE aspects)?
 Do staff understand and accept their
responsibilities and authorities?
 Are resources adequate for effective HSE
management?
Organisation, Responsibilities,
Resources, Contractor Mgt. Communications,
HSE-MS Doc. Standards and Change Control
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Are job competence needs defined?
 Are individual competencies assessed against
the job requirements?
 Are the mandatory competency requirements
being complied with?
 Is there an structured HSE training system?
 Does the HSE training system meet line
requirements?
 Are there documented procedures for the
separate stages of the contracting process?
 Are relevant HSE clauses in contracts adequate?
 Are Contractors required to submit a description
of how risks will be systematically managed to
ALARP prior to being allowed to start work
Organisation, Responsibilities,
Resources, Contractor Mgt. Communications,
HSE-MS Doc. Standards and Change Control
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Is there a structured system for HSE communication?
Are HSE bulletin boards available carrying appropriate and
current information?
Are staff (at all levels) HSE motivated?
Is the Corporate HSE-MS substantially complete
Is there a project / departmental HSE - MS Manual?
Are shortfalls in the HSE-MS identified and is an action plan
for rectification in place?
Are standards clearly defined and appropriate?
Are hazards and effects documented in an HSE case?
Is there an effective document control system?
Is there effective change and variance control?
Contractor HSE
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What is contracted?
 equipment and personnel
 specified product or service
Contractor HSE management system
Pre-qualification: can contractor meet all HSE req’s?
Role of contract holder/ single point responsibility
Contract HSE plan
 have all hazards been identified
 are controls in place to eliminate/control hazards
 are systems in place to verify: audits and
inspections
HEMP
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Have all hazards and effects been identified?
Have all risks and effects from from hazards been
evaluated?
Have appropriate measures been defined and
implemented to reduce tolerable risks to ALARP
level?
Are the procedures and other measures and practices
effective in containing hazards at ALARP level?
 Have hazard controls been assigned to responsible parties
§ look in team activity and hazard sheets
§ are the responsible parties aware
§ are the controls being implemented
Planning and Procedures 1
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Is there an effective integrated planning process,
including short, medium and venture life plans?
Do plans align with corporate objectives?
Do plans cover all activities necessary to protect asset
integrity?
Is there an annual HSE plan?
Emergency response (ER)
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Are adequate ER plans and procedures in place within a
defined hierarchy?
Are ER plans and procedures available where required?
Are ER plans and procedures known and understood and
used?
Are ER plans and procedures and plans systematically
reviewed/updated?
Planning and Procedures 2
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Are adequate procedures in place within a
defined hierarchy?
Are procedures appropriate to the operation
and do they define mandatory aspects?
Are procedures available where required?
Are procedures known and understood and
used?
Are procedures and plans systematically
reviewed/updated?
Implementation & Monitoring
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Is work implemented in line with plans and
procedures?
Do supervisors regularly check the work of their
subordinates and provide remedial advice as needed?
Are performance measurement and control systems
established?
Are improvement targets set and achieved, are there
regular reviews at all levels?
Is performance measured against SMART targets and
are appropriate and timely reports generated?
Are control breakdowns investigated and remedied?
Is non-compliance adequately dealt with?
Is there an adequate system for incident investigation
reporting?
Audit
A structured programme in place
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Is there an Internal Audit Committee?
Is there an integrated audit programme?
How is the audit programme managed?
Are audits truly independent?
Are the audit resources adequate and competent?
Are audit recommendations comprehensively
followed-up?
Is the follow-up process adequately reported?
Is there a system for lateral application of audit
recommendations?
Review
Management retain overview and stimulate improvement
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Is there a comprehensive HSE review (at least annually)?
Is there an effective management inspection visit
programme?
Is asset integrity periodically assessed by management?
Are audit reports (singly and cumulatively) reviewed by
management?
Are incident investigations (singly and cumulatively)
reviewed by management?
Do managers of an appropriate level lead investigations
of serious incidents?
What improvements have resulted from the management
review process?
Do management have their eyes on (the right) ball?
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SIEP HSE-MS Expectations