This petroleum and gas safety management system includes:
This petroleum and gas safety management system has been designed to enable compliance with the Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Act Qld and the Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Regulations Qld. It can be adapted for other states if needed.
The safety management system details the methods, requirements and responsibilities to perform activities involving petroleum and gas, with the intent of being compliant, safe and effective. The safety management system also details how to maintain knowledge and competencies associated with the safe operation, maintenance and modification of a plant.
A petroleum and gas safety management system is a very comprehensive and integrated system for managing health and safety risks.
The requirements of the safety management system are quite stringent to safeguard both personnel and the environment. A well-defined organizational structure and clear responsibilities are essential. This involves appointing competent personnel at various levels with defined roles in safety management, ensuring that safety is prioritized throughout all levels of the organization.
The management system must be relevant to the operating plant and each stage of the plant, this includes commissioning, operation maintenance, modification and decommissioning work.
The system must comply with all aspects of applicable petroleum and gas legislation and should also be consistent with the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 45001, Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.
The management system must be easily accessible to all workers at the operating plant and it must also provide clear guidance about the safety management system components relevant to the plant and its operations.
Overall responsibility for the formulation, implementation and operation of the safety management plan rests with the Executive Safety Manager, who has the authority to delegate responsibilities to members of the organizational structure.
Provision is also made for senior members of the organizational structure to delegate responsibilities to supervisors and other workers who have responsibilities specified in the safety management plan and standard operating procedures.
With this delegation, a basic principle at both Statute and Common Law applies and that is, “where the responsibility exists, so does accountability”.
Responsibilities of the operator, site safety manager and for health and safety are determined by the extent to which they have authority to act and make decisions within the overall limits of their position.
Where the above personnel have the authority to make a general decision about some aspect of work to be performed, then they are responsible for the health, safety and environmental aspects of the work and will be held accountable for that decision.
Consistent with the policies, the key drivers of the safety management plan are:
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