Project managers, procurement and supply chain managers, HSE managers, HSE auditors, engineers, and supervisors who require an understanding of how to manage contractors.
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
Implement a contracting supply chain strategy based on an understanding of the risks and benefits of outsourcing low risk, high risk and specialist activities
Develop a contracting strategy based on a pre-qualification program
Prepare a program to initiate the use of competent contractors based on bid documents covering HSE and other relevant standards
Communicate effectively with contractors, including reporting requirements for incidents and accidents and emergency procedures
Identify the barriers that could prevent successful implementation of a contractor safety program, and how to overcome them
Develop a program of supply chain performance monitoring
Perform an effective interview, including describing the benefits and disadvantages of various questioning techniques
Provide feedback (the ‘3 As’) likely to initiate continual improvements in contractor performance
Use sector management systems such as OGP, API standard 2220, and HSG65 as methodologies for initiating and maintaining continual improvements in contractor performance
ABOUT THE COURSE
An effective relationship between clients and contractors at all stages of the procurement / supply chain is essential for competently managing health and safety in a hydrocarbon (or any) facility.
This five-day course provides the practical processes for developing and managing a contractor safety management system covering all stages of the contracting cycle based around recognized management systems, such as API Recommended Practice 2220 ‘Improving Owner and Contractor Safety Performance’ and OGP guidance ‘Managing in a Contracting Environment’.
The course includes advanced interviewing skills, which are taught and then used in a simulated but realistic extensive contractor selection case study exercise.
The course covers the following six modules:
1. Supply chain strategy
2. Management systems, RP 2220, OGP guidance
3. Pre-qualification, Approved Contractor status
4. Bidding, evaluation criteria, appointment
6. Supply chain performance monitoring, interviewing skills, auditing
The taught modules are followed by a detailed case study which has been developed to allow participants to demonstrate the application of the skills they have learned.