Health, Safety, & Environmental (HSE) Consulting Services

Inspections and Rig Audits:

  • Perform daily "walk-about" inspections of the site to ensure safe practices and identify hazards.
    • Review discrepancies with Operator and/or contractor representatives.
  • Observe work crews while performing non-routine tasks for safe work habits and procedures.
    • Perform periodic audits of task performance and JSA adhearance. Document Same.
  • Assist contractor rep in performing periodic inspections of the site to ensure compliance with OSHA.
    • Document these in depth inspections and file properly.

Orientation of All Personnel Visiting the Job Site:

  • Review Operator/Contractor's General Safety Rules.
    • Have Personnel sign a copy of the General Safety Rules and file this document.
  • Inform personnel of onsite emergency procedures and well site evacuation plan.
  • Review Operator/Contractor's contraband policies (firearms, ammunition, drugs, and alcohol).
  • Review perscription/non-perscription drug policy (if applicable).
    • Go over any prohibited medications and/or restricted medications.
    • Review drug container policy for prescription drugs.
    • Document any drugs brought onto location and file these documents.
    • Procure doctor's release forms for any prescription drugs (if required) and file these documents.
  • Check to ensure personnel have proper PPE (head, eye, foot, clothing, & ear protection)
  • Check to ensure personnel have proper fall protection PPE, if needed.
  • Review JSA policy with all personnel.
    • Make sure personnel have a current JSA for the task(s) they will perform.
  • Instruct personnel in JSA preperation procedures if they need help.
    • Make sure you have a copy of their JSA in your records or in your computer.
  • Review Short Service Employee (SSE) policy with all effected personnel.
    • Identify any SSE's and make sure they have any applicable SSE form filled out.
    • Make sure all SSE's have an assigned mentor and file their SSE forms.
  • Inform personnel of the weekly safety or leadership meetings.
    • Make sure they have a representative from their company attend.
  • Review Operator/Contractor's Hazard Communications program with all personnel.
    • Inform personnel of location of MSDS books.
    • Procure MSDS sheets from visitors who are bringing chemicals onto site.

Safety Meetings at the Well Site:

  • Procure, if possible, a copy of the well prognosis to help prepare for upcoming meetings.
  • Attend and participate in all pre-task safety meetings is completed and filed
    • Ensure that documentation of these meetings is completed and filed.
  • Attend and participate in all weekly safety meetings for the Operator and/or the drilling contractor.
    • Document these meetings and file documents.
    • Scribe the minutes from these meetings and maintain a file of the same.
    • Review any "Safety Bulletins" & contractor safety notices in meetings.
  • Attend and participate in all pre-tour safety meetings.
    • Document these meetings
    • Provide reference material for these meetings (JSA's, procedures from safety manuals, etc.)

Job Safety Analysis:

  • Assist in preperation and review of all JSA's from contractor and service companies.
    • Ensure that the number of JSA's reviewed per day is entered in the statistical scorecard (CSS provided).
    • Update base JSA's in the computer as the personnel performing the tasks alter them.
  • Maintain JSA manuals accessible to all personnel on site.
    • Develop and maintain a current index in the front of these manuals.
  • Perform periodic JSA audits to verify compliance with the JSA process and any trentding at risk behaviors.
    • Enter audits into our computer program (associated with the appropriate JSA's).
    • Track problems noted in these audits for possible unsafe trends and assign corrective actions.

Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analyses:

  • Document all injuries, illnesses and near misses and enter into required reporting systems.
    • Assist the Operator supervisor in identifying the proper classification of the injury/illness.
    • Maintain files of all incidents and enter into computer and associate with applicable JSA.
  • Maintain a database of personnel on site in the computer to assist in completion of incident reports.
  • In conjunction with Operator & Contractor reps, prepare a "Root Cause Analysis" of all incidents.
    • Enter into computer, associate with applicable incident/JSA, and maintain file of same.
    • Follow all corrective actions through all the way to completion.
    • Champion the sharing of lessons learned through meetings, Safety Alerts, or management reviews.

Personnel Tracking:

  • Maintain a current record of all personnel on site at all times.
    • Enter all personnel assigned to well site into roster in computer.
    • Deliver printouts of roster to Operator representative on site as requested.
    • Maintain Visitor's Log for all visiting personnel on site.
    • Maintain cre roster for all contractor personnel on rotation on site.
  • Maintain a database of information on personnel on site in the computer.

Hazard Communication:

  • Assure the presence of MSDS sheets for all chemicals on site.
  • Maintain a current MSDS manual, accessible to all personnel on site.
    • Update MSDS manual as needed.
    • Index MSDS manual for easy reference.
  • Delvelop a listing of all mud chemicals being used on site and the associated hazards and PPE.
    • Post laminated copy of this form in mud mixing and mud storage areas.

Environmental:

  • Assist the contractor's rep in monitoring the site for chemical spills, upsets, overflows, etc.
  • Inspect the mud chemical storage area for spills resulting from torn sacks or ruptured drums.
    • Report any problems to contractor's rep for remediation.
    • Ensure proper segregation of reactive chemicals and proper labeling of all chemicals on site.
  • Assist Operator rep and mud engineer with NPDES reports and tests (on offshore sites).
    • Document on proper forms and file. Ensure that forms are submitted to Operator's office.

Communications:

  • Maintain open communications with Operator rep and contractor rep on site on a dialy basis.
  • Ensure that Operator rep has all safety data and forms needed for transmittal to his office.

Training and Recordkeeping:

  • Schedule and facilitate available safety training for personnel on site (as per available training media).
    • Maintain records of all training of personnel.
  • Assist contractor in providing Behavioral Based Safety training for new employees.
    • Maintain documentation on training in files.
  • Maintain records of work histories, and iolfield experience on all contractor personnel.
  • Provide instruction on JSA preparation, hazard communication training, etc. as needed.
  • Assist operator in complying with SEMS requirements

Site Specific Services:

  • H2S monitoring and logging
  • RespiratoryQuestionnaires and fit testing
  • Benzene monitoring

Awards Programs:

  • Maintain accurate records of any awards program applicable to your particular location.
    • Keep up with "safety award points" on a daily basis, if applicable & ensure distribution of same.
    • Maintain records of "Performance Awards" programs, where applicable.