Improving Offshore Safety

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Nov 8, 2013 (4 years and 1 month ago)

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Improving Offshore Safety

The HSE Case

Jens Hoffmark

Region Vice President, European Operations

Presentation of IADC and it’s Present Activities


Founded in 1940
-

Headoffice Houston, USA


President Dr. Lee Hunt


Offices in Washington, Denmark, Dubai, Holland, and Thailand


Total staff about 40


More than 4000 members


Divisions:


Government Affairs


Business Development


Publishing


Operations & Accreditation


Offshore Technical and Regulatory Affairs


HSE Issues


Conferences


IADC, Membership, Publications & Chapter Liason


Corporate Communicaton


Financial Services


Office Services



Training and Accreditation System
:




WellCAP




HSE

Rig

Pass




UBO

Rig

Pass




WellCAP

PLUS




Ballast

Control/Stability




Competence

Assurance




Training

&

Operations

Passport



Drilling

Industry

Training

Accreditation

System




Offshore

Competency


Committees:



Committee

Chair's

Guide



Contracts



Ethics

and

Corporate

Compliance



European

Operations

Forum



Environmental

Policy

Advisory

Panel



Government

Affairs



HSE



Information

Technology



Jackup

Rig



Maintenance



Offshore



Rig

Moving



Tax



Training



Technical

Publications



Underbalanced

Operations

&

Managed

Pressure

Drilling



Well

Control



Well

Servicing



IADC’s Mission






IADC’s mission is to improve industry health, safety and
environmental practices; advance drilling and completion
technology; and champion responsible standards, practices,
legislation and regulations that provide for safe, efficient and
environmentally sound drilling operations worldwide. IADC holds
Accredited Observer status at the International Maritime
Organization and the International Seabed Authority, specialized
agencies of the United Nations. The Association is a leader in
developing standards for industry training, notably its Well Control
Accreditation Program (WellCAP)® and rig
-
floor orientation
program, RIG PASS® among others.



IADC HSE Case Guidelines

http://www.iadc.org/hsecase/index.html



Goals for the IADC Guidelines


Provide good industry practice for structured
procedure for an enterprise to assess and manage
risks


Provide a good industry practice that, if followed,
will provide a case for safety acceptable to
member’s clients


Provide a good industry practice that, if followed,
will provide a case for safety acceptable to
regulators


Reduce proliferation of differing approaches by
new Safety Case adoptees



How were they developed?


Underlying Safety Management System based on
the IMO’s
International Safety Management

(ISM)
Code (SOLAS Chapter IX)


“Best Practice” amalgamation of requirements
from national legislation and regulation on safety
cases, e.g, HSE, PSA, NOPSA, etc.


Incorporation of industry standards and oil
company practices for hazard identification and
control


Updated in consideration of changes to regulatory
requirements and industry standards



Most Recent Updates


Updated December 2010 to address
identified shortcomings with respect to:


Bridging arrangements


Particular risks of deepwater wells


Evaluation of routes used to access
Temporary Safe Rescue (if provided)
and evacuation systems



BOEMRE SEMS Final Rule


Safety and Environmental Management System of API
RP 75 incorporated by reference


§

250.1911


You must ensure the development and
implementation of a
hazards analysis
(facility level) and
a
job safety analysis
(operations/task level) for all of
your facilities. For this subpart, facilities include all
types of offshore structures permanently or
temporarily attached to the seabed (i.e.,
mobile
offshore drilling

units

. . . .



It is IADC’s assessment that the SEMS rule
constitutes a
de facto

requirement for a Safety
Case



Recently Completed and Ongoing Work


Completed Gap Analysis of IADC Guidelines
against API RP 75


Completed Gap Analysis of IADC Guidelines
against BOEMRE’s SEMS Final Rule


Working with API to develop the API
-

IADC
Well Construction Interface Document (WCID)


Developing text of proposed amendments to
the IADC Guidelines to address identified
gaps for consideration at annual Users Group
meeting (30 September


Amsterdam)



US
-
Specific Enhancements


API
-

IADC
Well Construction Interface
Document


Traditional HSE
-
Management System
bridging arrangement plus:


Well basis of design


Well execution plan


Critical well activity risk assessments


Similar efforts being considered in other
regions



Conclusion

IADC is committed to:


Facilitating sharing of lessons learned
from the Montara and Macondo incidents


Working with U.S. industry stakeholders
to facilitate WCID and HSE Case
understanding and implementation


Working with industry stakeholders in
other regions to enhance safety through
development of good industry practice on
bridging arrangements

Historical performance


US offshore

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Incidence Rate
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LTI Rate
Rec. Rate
DART Rate
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