Contractor Safety Management - HS46
Discipline: Health, Safety, Environment
Duration: 5 days
Instructor(s): Mark Bowers, Christopher Dougherty, Phillip Duckett
In many companies, contractors work 50%+ of the hours in the field. That is why it is important to prequalify, select, mobilize, execute, demobilize, and close out contracted activities to a high standard. An effective relationship between clients and contractors at all stages of the supply chain is essential for competently managing health and safety in a facility or project.
In just five-days, you will learn the processes for developing and managing a contractor safety management system based on recognized management systems, such as API Recommended Practice 2220 'Contractor Safety Performance Process' and OGP 'Guidelines for Working together in Contracting Environment.' The course includes knowledge development sessions, practical exercises and problem-solving set in a case study setting. The course concludes with a contractor pre-qualification, selection, and justification exercise.
Project, procurement, and supply chain managers, HSE specialists, auditors, engineers, and supervisors who want to know how to manage contractors.
You Will Learn:
- Implement a contracting supply chain strategy based on the risks and benefits of outsourcing high risk, low risk, and specialist activities
- Develop a contracting strategy based on pre-qualification
- Prepare a program to initiate the use of competent contractors based on bid documents covering HSE and other relevant criteria
- Communicate effectively with contractors, including reporting requirements for incidents and emergency preparedness
- Identify the barriers that could prevent successful implementation of a contractor safety program, and how to overcome them
- Develop a program for supply chain performance monitoring
- Perform an effective contractor selection interview
- Provide feedback likely to initiate improvement in contractors' performance
- Use sector contractor management systems such as OGP 6.64/291, API standard 2220; and HSE management systems such as ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 45001 and HSG65 as methods for initiating and maintaining improvements in contractor performance
- Supply chain strategies
- Management systems - API 2220, OGP guidelines, and others
- Pre-qualification - bidding, evaluation criteria, appointment
- Contractor selection
- Mobilization, execution and demobilization
- Supply chain performance monitoring and auditing
- Final evaluation and close out
MR. MARK BOWERS is the Head of Training for CRS and is a Chartered Health and Safety practitioner with over 30 years of occupational health, safety and environmental experience. His early career was engaged in the Royal Air Force training in both aircraft engineering and environmental health and safety, where he was engaged in operations worldwide including the Falkland Islands, Northern Ireland, the Balkans and in the Gulf. Mark has operated as a senior health and safety practitioner and trainer within safety critical industries including the railways, power supply industry and petrochemicals. He has also applied his health and safety knowledge and expertise in a diverse blend of industries and business across the United Kingdom as well as internationally. Mark is a registered trainer and examiner for National Examining Board for Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH), Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH). He has set up training and consultancy businesses in the universities sector developing a department teaching safety at University College London (UCL) along with a specialist asbestos skills training business and a behavioral safety consultancy. He is an active member of the East Midlands IOSH Branch and provides a national travel agency with advice in safety for international travelers.
MR. CHRIS DOUGHERTY spent over 20 years in the British Royal Navy, where his primary job was marine engineering with an equally important secondary role involved with ship safety and firefighting. Since then, his career has been spent learning how to apply his health and safety knowledge and expertise in a variety of industries and businesses, with recent clients including RasGas, Baker Hughes and Chevron. Chris holds a Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health, and has worked with PetroSkills since 2008 delivering many of our health and safety courses worldwide. He is a registered trainer for NEBOSH, IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) and CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health). More recently, he has become an active member of the Humberside, UK 'Business Hive' group and a volunteer Health and Safety Advisor for the Lincolnshire region of the National Wildlife Trust. Altogether, Chris has over 40 years' experience working with occupational health safety.
MR. PHILLIP DUCKETT has a background in construction and engineering. He has held senior management positions in plant and machinery installation businesses. He has over ten years' experience in health and safety and is a Chartered Member of IOSH. Phillip has HSE experience from working in the oil and gas, pharmaceutical, automotive, food and beverage, military supply, aircraft manufacture and general engineering sectors in Europe, North and South America and North Africa. He prides himself on helping and encouraging clients to achieve a high standard of health and safety in their organizations. Phillip supports his eldest son in a lacrosse team and is an active participant in a karate club.
In-House Course Presentations
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