Health Safety and Environment (HSE) Consulting
The HSE Management System defines the elements by which organisations conduct their operations in order to protect their people, the public, their property and the environment in which they work and live. The HSE Management System model comprises of seven interrelated elements with underlying expectations:
1. Commitment and Leadership
2. Policies and Objectives
3. Organization, Resources and Documentation
4. Risk Evaluation and Management
6. Implementation, Recording and Monitoring
7. Audit and Review
Each division of an organisation must communicate these expectations to all employees, customers and third parties associated with their business. Each division must provide positive evidence of conformance to this Management System and continuous improvement.
RFR Professionals HSE Management Model
Policies and Objectives: Develop and communicate policies demonstrating a commitment to HSE that is consistent with, and at least equal to, other business aims. Supporting objectives shall be defined, deployed and maintained at all organizational levels.
Planning: HSE considerations shall be integral to all aspects of business planning or changes in the design, development, purchasing and delivery of products and services
Implementation, Recording and Monitoring: Implement planned action. Determine and record whether those actions are effective. Activities shall be conducted in accordance with defined standards, and continuous improvement shall be promoted and monitored through active employee participation.
Risk Evaluation and Management: Continually evaluate the HSE risks to the workforce, customers and the environment. Continually evaluate processes and activities for specific hazards – assess potentials, record and control the subsequent risk to a tolerable level.
Audit and Review (Assessment and Continuous Improvement): Prove you did what you said you would do. Is the Management System achieving results and fulfilling policy intent? Audits and reviews shall be conducted to verify the implementation and effectiveness of the HSE Management System and its conformation to this specification.
Commitment and Leadership: Management shall provide strong visible commitment, leadership and personal involvement in health, safety and the environment. Management shall make available the resources necessary to achieve HSE objectives.
Organization, Resources and Documentation: Define, document and communicate the roles, responsibilities and accountabilities to enable every individual to fulfill their role in improving HSE performance.
RFR Professionals use the following to develop and deliver our HSE Management System
• Strategy & Policy Framework Development
• Policies & Procedures Framework Development
• Risk Assessment, Evaluation & Management Framework Development
• Implementation, Recording and Performance Monitoring Framework Development
• HSE Risk Based Audit Strategy & Framework Development
• HSE Audit Report Framework
• HSE Audit Follow Up Framework
• HSE Training Development