Health, Safety, Security & Environment. 24 May 2013 Uday Singh – HSSE Advisor. Safety Moment. Accidents are happening even now !. Skikda, Algiers, 2004 Steam boiler rupture Fire & Explosion Fatalities 23 Injured 74 $ 800 Million loss. Piper Alpha 1988 Fire & Explosion Fatalities 167
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Health, Safety, Security & Environment
24 May 2013
Uday Singh – HSSE Advisor
Skikda, Algiers, 2004
Steam boiler rupture
Fire & Explosion
$ 800 Million loss
Piper Alpha 1988
Fire & Explosion
$680 million Capex
$1370 million Total
BP Refinery, 2005
Isomer unit explosion
$ 1 Billion loss
MSV Collision Fatalities 12 Cost of Platform $195 million
Are we prepared to take this cost?
Avoiding Losses, Meeting legal obligations
Non- compliance can even stop your business
Good HSSE practices improve Operational performance
Managing and minimising incidents and losses impacts improve operational efficiency and enhances global competency.
Incident involves potential human looses. Our commitment to go “beyond compliance” to meet internationally accepted good practice”
Our HSSE performance is scrutinised by stakeholders
Socially Responsible Investors (SRIs) are an important group, investing around £3.5 billion in Europe. Other key stakeholders include Governments, NGOs, industry groups, current and potential partners
Enhances reputation and value
It is important to maintain and build our reputation as a safety conscious, environmentally sensitive and socially responsible company.
Good HSSE Performance is Good Business
We believe that all injuries to people are preventable
Our Goal is “zero injury”
HSSE is everyone’s responsibility
SAFETY EXPECTATIONS HAVE CHANGED…..!!!
What is the greatest hazard?
Attitude & Behaviour
We have all witnessed it in different forms.
Give Examples of:
Cause Of Injuries
4% Unsafe Conditions
Unsafe Conditions - ? %
Unsafe Acts - ? %
HOW THINGS HAVE GOT BETTER …..
1990’s until NOW
1880’s – 1970’s
1970’s - 1990
I am safe so that I don’t gethurt
I am safe so that
I am safe so that I don’t getcaught
Your safety is our concern…
Most complicated machinery ever
More so in India
India has a diverse list of spoken languages among different groups of people.
At least 30 different languages and around 2000 dialects have been identified
Facilitate, Support and Act uponrecommendations
Necessary to maintain
Involvement and support
by employees and
Goal setting is necessary
for continual improvement
Basic to know progress.
the percentage of
BBS is all about identifying
the root causes of unsafe
behaviours in order to
correct them effectively
All members of the
organisation are involved.
Lack ofawareness leads to
lack of collaboration
Employee owned and run process
WHAT IS ‘BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY’?
BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY IS A PROCESS
OF SAFETY LEADERSHIP
WHERE PEOPLE TAKE RESPONSIBILITY
TO LOOK AFTER THEMSELVES
AND THEIR COLLEAGUES
WHAT IS ‘SAFETY LEADERSHIP’?
SAFETY LEADERSHIP IS
‘INFLUENCING CHANGE IN THE WORKPLACE’
The unsafe behaviour that we see and don’t challenge today becomes the accepted behaviour tomorrow
Human Factors Assessment
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Hazard Management Techniques
Fault Tree Analysis
Emergency Recovery Plan
Incident Reporting and Investigation
Quantitative Risk Assessment
Operating Procedure Review
HAZARDS & EFFECTS MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Harm to people,
damage to assets/environment
This is the underlying principle of the Hazards and Effects Management Process HEMP
Undesirable event with
potential for harm or damage
Safety should be an integral part of operations !!
Focus on TRAP
Swiss Cheese Model
7 Deadly Signals
BG Life savers
BG’s Life savers were identified because they represent the highest risk to BG and its workforce. People have been Killed or Seriously injured carrying out tasks relating to the Life Savers.
BG Life savers
Where work groups recognise that high standards of work and safety are set and expected by their supervisors and managers, they will tend to respond with correspondingly high standards of performance
The reverse is also true!!!
The staff “listen” more to Leader’s feet.
You will get the level of safety you show you want