Project HSE Review
Process Safety Management (PSM) Compliance Audit
The objective of process safety management (PSM) is to prevent releases of hazardous chemicals into areas that could expose people to serious hazards. An effective process safety management program requires a systematic approach to evaluating the whole chemical process. Using this approach, the process design, process technology, process changes, operational and maintenance activities and procedures, non-routine activities and procedures, emergency preparedness plans and procedures, training programs, and other elements that affect the process are all considered in the evaluation. iFluids has extensive experience in PSM and has assisted companies across the globe in implementing effective PSM
Project, Health, Safety and Environment (PHSER) Workshop
Project, Health, Safety and Environment (PHSER) Workshop is carried out to provide assurance to end user / owner operators that HSE hazards have been identified and assessed at every stage of the project. Also to ensure that appropriate controls have been implemented to reduce the risk to a level which is ALARP. In a practical approach, PHSER will help the project team to assess if ready for the next project stage from a HSE point of view, and help to close any gaps.
The objective of a PHSER team is to conduct, within an agreed timetable and budget allocation, a qualitative audit at a level of enquiry which generally avoids getting involved in detail. iFluids Engineering will facility the team to review the information as presented and avoid the temptation to indulge in ‘opinion engineering’. The responsibility for design, construction and commissioning of facilities rests at all times with the pre-Project and Project organizations, including the contractors involved, acting on behalf of the Client. The responsibility for subsequent operation rests with the Client’s Operator. Any aspects which the PHSER team consider unsatisfactory must be referred back to the Project or the Client for action.
The PHSER procedure is in six stages and follows the traditionally recognized stages of a project:-