Offshore Safety Management - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780323262064, 9780323262873

Offshore Safety Management

2nd Edition

Implementing a SEMS Program

Authors: Ian Sutton
Hardcover ISBN: 9780323262064
eBook ISBN: 9780323262873
Imprint: William Andrew
Published Date: 6th December 2013
Page Count: 352
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Description

Preface

Warning—Disclaimer

Chapter 1. Risk Management

Introduction

Impact of Deepwater Horizon/Macondo

Process safety trends

Safety management systems

Organization of this book

Historical background

Onshore developments

Occupational safety, process safety, and culture

Risk management

Safety management systems

Measuring progress

Safety as a causal factor

Culture

References

Chapter 2. Major Offshore Events

Introduction

Titanic (1912)

Santa Barbara (1969)

Alexander L. Kielland (1980)

Piper Alpha (1988)

Exxon Valdez (1989)

Snorre A (2004)

Mumbai High (2005)

Blackbeard (2006)

Montara (2009)

Gullfaks C (2010)

Deepwater Horizon/Macondo (2010)

Reports

Effect of regulations

References

Chapter 3. Safety Offshore

Introduction

Drilling, production, and pipelines

Offshore safety issues

Congestion

Persons on board

Hurricanes/cyclones

Blowouts

Hydrogen sulfide

Dropped objects

Helicopter operations

Ship collisions

Reference

Chapter 4. Regulations and Standards

Introduction

Types of regulation

Enforcement

Offshore regulatory agencies (U.S.)

Other agencies

Industry organizations

Engineering standards

References

Chapter 5. Safety and Environmental Management Systems

Introduction

RP 75

Organization of the rule

Scope

Acronyms and definition

Elements of SEMS

General

Safety and environmental information

Hazards analysis

Management of Change

Operating procedures

Safe work practices/JSAs

Training

Mechanical integrity

Prestartup review

Emergency response and control

Investigation of incidents

Audits

Records and documentation

Stop Work Authority

Ultimate Work Authority

Employee participation

Reporting of unsafe conditions

Appendices

References

Chapter 6. Contractors

Introduction

Regulations and standards

Center for Offshore Safety guidance

Mapping

Smaller contractors

Chapter 7. Implementing SEMS

Introduction

Designing a SEMS program

Quick start

Step 1—Determine the objectives

Step 2—Create the organization

Step 3—Develop a plan

Step 4—Implement the plan

Step 5—Audit/improve

Chapter 8. Safety Cases

Introduction

Safety Case definition

Different industries

Features of a Safety Case

Length of the safety case

Major accidents

International Association of Drilling Contractors Health Safety and Environment Case Guidelines

Structure of a Safety Case

Maintaining the Safety Case

Effectiveness of Safety Cases

Convergence of standards

References

Chapter 9. Formal Safety Analysis

Introduction

Philosophies

Elements of a Formal Safety Assessment

Assumptions Register

Quantitative Risk Assessment

Fault Tree Analysis

Event Tree Analysis

Facility layout and equipment arrangement

Flare and radiation analysis

Material handling assessment/dropped objects

Transportation

Fire and gas detection

Fire-resistant clothing

Gas dispersion analysis

Fire and explosion analysis

Emergency systems survivability analysis

Escape, Evacuation, and Rescue Analysis

Nonhydrocarbon chemicals

Greenhouse gas emissions

Noise and vibration

Human factors

References

Bibliography

Index

Key Features

  • Detailed explanation of how to implement the new SEMS standard for offshore operations
  • Ties the new regulations in with existing safety management approaches, helping managers leverage existing processes and paperwork
  • With CEOs now signing off on compliance paperwork, this book provides expert insights so you can get SEMS compliance right the first time

Table of Contents

Preface

Warning—Disclaimer

Chapter 1. Risk Management

Introduction

Impact of Deepwater Horizon/Macondo

Process safety trends

Safety management systems

Organization of this book

Historical background

Onshore developments

Occupational safety, process safety, and culture

Risk management

Safety management systems

Measuring progress

Safety as a causal factor

Culture

References

Chapter 2. Major Offshore Events

Introduction

Titanic (1912)

Santa Barbara (1969)

Alexander L. Kielland (1980)

Piper Alpha (1988)

Exxon Valdez (1989)

Snorre A (2004)

Mumbai High (2005)

Blackbeard (2006)

Montara (2009)

Gullfaks C (2010)

Deepwater Horizon/Macondo (2010)

Reports

Effect of regulations

References

Chapter 3. Safety Offshore

Introduction

Drilling, production, and pipelines

Offshore safety issues

Congestion

Persons on board

Hurricanes/cyclones

Blowouts

Hydrogen sulfide

Dropped objects

Helicopter operations

Ship collisions

Reference

Chapter 4. Regulations and Standards

Introduction

Types of regulation

Enforcement

Offshore regulatory agencies (U.S.)

Other agencies

Industry organizations

Engineering standards

References

Chapter 5. Safety and Environmental Management Systems

Introduction

RP 75

Organization of the rule

Scope

Acronyms and definition

Elements of SEMS

General

Safety and environmental information

Hazards analysis

Management of Change

Operating procedures

Safe work practices/JSAs

Training

Mechanical integrity

Prestartup review

Emergency response and control

Investigation of incidents

Audits

Records and documentation

Stop Work Authority

Ultimate Work Authority

Employee participation

Reporting of unsafe conditions

Appendices

References

Chapter 6. Contractors

Introduction

Regulations and standards

Center for Offshore Safety guidance

Mapping

Smaller contractors

Chapter 7. Implementing SEMS

Introduction

Designing a SEMS program

Quick start

Step 1—Determine the objectives

Step 2—Create the organization

Step 3—Develop a plan

Step 4—Implement the plan

Step 5—Audit/improve

Chapter 8. Safety Cases

Introduction

Safety Case definition

Different industries

Features of a Safety Case

Length of the safety case

Major accidents

International Association of Drilling Contractors Health Safety and Environment Case Guidelines

Structure of a Safety Case

Maintaining the Safety Case

Effectiveness of Safety Cases

Convergence of standards

References

Chapter 9. Formal Safety Analysis

Introduction

Philosophies

Elements of a Formal Safety Assessment

Assumptions Register

Quantitative Risk Assessment

Fault Tree Analysis

Event Tree Analysis

Facility layout and equipment arrangement

Flare and radiation analysis

Material handling assessment/dropped objects

Transportation

Fire and gas detection

Fire-resistant clothing

Gas dispersion analysis

Fire and explosion analysis

Emergency systems survivability analysis

Escape, Evacuation, and Rescue Analysis

Nonhydrocarbon chemicals

Greenhouse gas emissions

Noise and vibration

Human factors

References

Bibliography

Index

Details

No. of pages:
352
Language:
English
Copyright:
© William Andrew 2014
Published:
Imprint:
William Andrew
eBook ISBN:
9780323262873
Hardcover ISBN:
9780323262064

About the Author

Ian Sutton

rIan Sutton is a chemical engineer with over thirty years of experience in the process industries. He has worked on the design and operation of chemical plants, offshore platforms, refineries, pipelines and mineral processing facilities. He has extensive experience in the development and implementation of process safety management and operational excellence programs. He has published multiple books including Process Risk and Reliability Management, 2nd Edition and Offshore Safety Management, 2nd Edition, both published by Elsevier.

Affiliations and Expertise

Principal, Sutton Technical Books