Upstream Project Construction HSE ManagementPCONS/CONST3GB

Who should attend?

  • This course raises awareness about HSE on the construction site and the necessity to develop management tools.
Audience :
  • Field engineers and supervisors from the upstream sector who are responsible for the overall management of construction site activities.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT ON THE FIELD

      • HSE prevention plan: definition and evaluation of risk, subcontractor organization and training.
      • Preventive action plan.
  • HSE MANAGEMENT

      • HSE incident management: root cause analysis of incidents, including consequence analysis. Immediate actions.
      • Corrective and preventive actions.
      • Reporting.
      • Communication and crisis management.
      • Emergency response plan. Communications.
      • Experience feedback.
  • ON SITE HSE

      • Surveillance: surveillance plan, field HSE audits, safety tour, behavioral observations, subcontractor HSE evaluation.
      • Monitoring of SIMOPS activities.
  • AUDITS

      • Objectives of an audit.
      • Pre-audit preparations: boundaries, expectations, checklists, plans.
      • Findings vs. expectations.
  • HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT OF MAINTENANCE & CONSTRUCTION WORKS

      • Risk assessment and recommended mitigation measures associated to:
      • Lifting: manual and mechanical.
      • Work at height/over water/diving.
      • Use of tools: sand blasting, lifting, chemical and HP cleaning, hydraulic tests, flexible pipes, welding tools, milling…
      • Radioactive sources: hazards, markers, use.
      • Electrical equipment: electrical classes, hazards, habilitation, consignation, personnel protection.
      • Confined space works: ventilation, gas detection, oxygen content of air, penetration, evolution of hazard during works, supervision.
      • Hydrostatic testing.
      • Welding/grinding/cutting.
  • SECURITY

      • Security Management: definition, site management with regards to external events (robbery, kidnapping, data).
      • Security control and technologies.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • evaluate and manage HSE and security risks on the construction site,
  • apply construction management skills,
  • monitor and control HSE tools.

Ways & Means

  • Exercises for each step of the construction process,
  • Numerous examples taken from Oil & Gas construction activities.