IOGP Report 423 - HSE management guidelines for working together in a contract environment

This revised report describes how clients can improve client and contractor management of HSE risks for contracted activities: - selecting suitable contractors - setting out expectations and requirements - awarding contracts - managing all the phases of the contracting process. In this revision, there is a greater emphasis on risk management throughout the contract life cycle. Assessing risk levels early in the contracting process determines which management system should be selected to govern the work. There are also better definitions of: - assurance mechanisms, such as verifying barriers and controls - interfacing between client and contractor HSE-Management Systems. Report 423 is supported by: Report 423-01, Contractor HSE capability assessment and scoring system – Supplement to Report 423 Report 423-02, Guide to preparing HSE plans and Bridging documents – Supplement to Report 423 Report 423-02A, Guide to preparing HSE plans and Bridging documents – Supplement to Report 423 – Addendum

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This 68 page document is supplemented by a number of info Sheets are: - We All Care - Oversight, Roles, and Responsibilities - Only Together - Leadership and Culture - Execution and Close-out - Contract Risk - Contract Modes - Capability Assessment


  • HSE managers


  • Risk | Control | Assurance - Algemeen
  • Safety Culture and Leadership - veiligheid in de keten
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