Williams

Report
SCAA 2014 Annual Meeting
Safety & Environmental Management Systems
(SEMS)
Centre for Offshore Safety (COS)
Overview
Charlie Williams
Executive Director
[email protected]
Deepwater – Industry / Focus Approach
Well Containment &
Intervention Capability
Joint Industry Task Force Groups Formed
After Macondo
 Offshore Equipment
Spill
Response
Capability
Safe Drilling
Operations
 Offshore Procedures
Prevention &
Industry Drilling
Standards
 Subsea Well Control & Containment
 Oil Spill Preparedness & Response
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Objectives
• Emphasize the role of SEMS and its execution
in the delivery of safe and reliable operations
• Update you on COS and COS activities
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Safety & Environmental Management Systems
What are the elements of SEMS?
Leadership
Mechanical Integrity
Safety and Environmental Information
Pre-Start-Up Review
Hazard Analysis
Emergency Response and Control
Management of Change
Incident Investigation
Operating Procedures
Audit
Safe Work Practices
Records and Documentation
Training
Safety and Environmental Management
Systems (SEMS)
• Goal: Safe & Reliable Operations / Operational Integrity
• SEMS is a key mechanism to reduce the likelihood of
major incidents
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Bow Tie Approach
Barrier Elements
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Operator/Contractor Interfaces
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Core Functions
• Effectiveness Assurance & Measurement
Auditing
Accreditation & Certification
• Find SEMS Gaps
SEMS audits
Performance data collection and analyses
• Close the Gaps
Share and learn from the results
Develop and share good practices
• Improve Skills and Knowledge
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COS Delivery
• Performance Measurement and Learning
– SEMS Audit Requirements and Results
– Safety Performance Indicators Program
– Learning from Incidents Program
• Good Practices
– Leadership Site Engagement
– Skills & Knowledge Management System
• Knowledge Sharing
– COS Safety Forum
– OTC/COS SEMS Session
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Elements of an effective
Skills & Knowledge Management System (SKMS):
1. Commitment & Objectives
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Overview & Scope
Accountability & Responsibility
Roles &/or Tasks
Assessment & Remediation
Auditing & Quality Assurance
Records & Documentation
What’s next for COS
• SEMS Effectiveness Measures, Tools, & Techniques –
Continuous Improvement
• Expand Audit Protocol Guidance
– Respond to SEMS Regulatory Changes
– Contractors
– Marine
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Stop Work and Ultimate Work Authority FAQs
SEMS Lead Auditor Training & Individual Certification
Coast Guard
Safety Culture
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THANK YOU
Questions
Charlie Williams
Center for Offshore Safety
Executive Director
[email protected]
SEMS Toolkit and Accreditation/Certification
Toolkit
• SEMS Audit Protocol (revision 2 complete)
• Compliance Readiness Worksheet
• Operator-Contractor Letter Templates
• Audit Guidance Document (revisions underway)
Accreditation and Certification
• Auditor Qualification & Competence Requirements
• Training Program Requirements for Auditors
• Certification Requirements
• Accreditation Requirements
• Audit Report Forms
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SEMS II
• “…working with the COS workgroups on developing
indicators to gauge industry OCS performance other
stakeholders. …”
• COS-2-01, Qualification & Competence Requirements for
Audit Teams & Auditors
• COS-2-03, Requirements for Third-party Auditing &
Certification
• COS-2-04, Requirements for Accreditation of Audit Service
Providers
• Audit Service providers must be accredited by a BSEEapproved accreditation body .. like COS
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Safety Performance Indicator Program
Objectives
– Collect and learn from safety performance
– Assessment of whether the measured
performance meets or exceeds industry
norms through benchmarking and sharing of
information.
– Development of collaborative solutions to
improve performance.
* Not the complete set of COS SPI
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Learning From Incidents Program
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Objectives
– Provide members a mechanism for sharing timely information which
can be used in decision-making regarding standards and practices;
– Complement the information from the Safety Performance Indicator
Program
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Scope
– SPI 1 and 2 incidents
– High Value Learning Events
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Information
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Description
Site, Operation and Activity Type
Consequences
Areas for improvement
Lessons Learned
Analyses and Learning to Improve
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