The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for managing safety and environmental risk associated with offshore activities. Identifying and mitigating hazards is a skill that needs to be developed with continual improvement.
The OOC SEMS Forum, held on November 2, 2017, reviewed highlighted topics brought up in the SEMS Field Day workshop, risk analysis videos, API RP 75, and bridging documents. In addition guest speakers were invited to provide information on COS maturity model, contractor certification, and NAS BSEE inspection study.
This document provides guidance for documentation of a company’s agreement to performing work in a safe and environmentally sound manner. This document also
describes how a company may achieve its regulatory obligations for the protection of Health, Safety and the Environment within the context of the bridging process
The purpose of this document is to assist operators and contractors in assessing readiness to meet SEMS requirements including the required contents of an operator’s SEMS plan. This tool represents the collective view of professionals from the oil and gas industry that have reviewed the SEMS rule and identifies where contractors / facility owners need to take specific actions and/or supply documents or records in support of an operator’s SEMS plan.
This template will be used to create a SEMS Interface Document showing how SEMS requirements will be met by Operator, its Contractors, and any subcontractors they may employ. This document is intended for use between Operator Businesses operating in OCS waters and Contractors.
The OOC SEMS forum was an interactive forum for mid-level management and down with best practices and topical checklist developed by the planning committee and forum participants. The topics discussed were:
Loop / Unmanned Facility Operations Best Practices
Managing SEMS during Acquisitions and Divestitures
Managing SEMS during an Industry Downturn
MODU / Liftboat Operations