Update: New Classes Scheduled For Operating Procedures Class

If your company falls under OSHA, PHMSA or BSEE, chances are you need to have effective, compliant operating procedures in place.   Now there is a place to learn how to write procedures that make sense, meet compliance requirements and will make your company safer.   This is especially important in offshore oil and gas, where companies are required to have operating procedures that meet the SEMS regulations.  Auditors have identified this as one of the top areas of noncompliance with SEMS plans.

We have set up two new sessions for our Secrets to Writing Compliant, Effective Operating Procedures Class. Continue reading “Update: New Classes Scheduled For Operating Procedures Class”

Sign Up Now For Our Next Operating Procedures Classes or Attend a Free Preview This Week.

Lifeline Strategies has launched a new class on writing effective, compliant operating procedures, especially under the offshore Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) regulations.  SEMS has very specific requirements for operating procedures.   Auditors, the Center for Offshore Safety and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement have all identified operating procedures as one of the top areas for improvement.  Make sure your company is following the rules!

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High Cost of Operating Procedure Problems Offshore

Operating procedures are a key part of the offshore oil and gas Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) Rules.  If you think of SEMS as a true system, with interlocking parts, operating procedures are the glue that holds the parts together.  It is where:

  1. Hazards analysis is applied to the actual scope of work,
  2. Specific skills, knowledge, training and safe work practices can be identified and applied, and
  3. Mechanical integrity has real world meaning (is the equipment or tool fit for purpose, when used?).

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