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PDO and contractors have a responsibility to report all health performance indicators and maintain records of occupational illnesses and Non Accidental Deaths. An occupational illness is defined as a work related abnormal condition or disorder which is mainly caused or aggravated by exposure to health hazards at work.
Behavioral Based Safety (MSE11), HSE in contract (MSE12) and Worksite Hazard Management (MSE13).
The Corporate Environment Affairs (MSE/2) aspire not only to ensure that PDO operate in an environmentally responsible fashion but also to contribute to the version of PDO to the best E & P company in its clas. PDO thus was the first major E & P company to get ISO 14001 certification in December 1999.
The term incident can be defined as an occurrence, condition, or situation arising in the course of work that resulted in or could have resulted in injuries, illnesses, damage to health, or fatalities.
Process safety management is about prevention and mitigation of incidents (such as fire or explosion) that result from unintentional release of energy or hazardous substances contained in the process assets we operate.
MSE5 is the hub for the Safety and Environmental information reception, processing and communicating across the company, its contractors and shareholders.
In its HSE management system, PDO makes a commitment to assure the competence of employees holding positions, which can significantly impact on HSE performance.
More than 60% of all Life-Saving rule violations are related to road transport. Our objective is reach goal zero: eliminate fatalities and road transport incidents.
The Hazards and Risks in the Oil and Gas industry generally include loss of process containment (LoPC) with potential fires and explosions, resulting ...
Lean is the concept of efficient manufacturing/operations that grew out of the Toyota Production System in the middle of the 20th century...