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BSP-02-Guideline-0367

BSP HSSE MANAGEMENT


SYSTEM MANUAL

THIS SYSTEM MANUAL SUPPORTS


THE CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
MANUAL

Revision Owner: Ken Marnoch (MD)


7.2 Author: Idris Mohammad Jaafar (HSE)
BSP HSE MANAGEMENT MANUAL BSP-02-Guideline-0367 Revision 7.2

Foreword
This manual supplements BSPs corporate management system, by defining how occupational
health, safety, security, environmental protection and social performance (HSSE & SP) are
systematically managed in BSP assets and operations to achieve compliance with prevailing
legislation and Shell Group and BSP stakeholder expectations for control and continuous
reduction of HSSE risks to as low as reasonably practicable. It is aligned with the Shell Group
HSSE & SP Control framework, Shell Upstream International Standards, ISO 14001
Environmental Management System Standards and takes into account the latest relevant
Brunei legislation including the Workplace Safety and Health Order 2009.
Full integration of HSSE & SP into BSPs day-to-day activities is mandatory. BSP Managers
are required to extend and cascade the practices outlined in this manual into their own asset
and service organisations (including the contractor community). Every member of staff must
be aware of their HSSE responsibilities, which include the implementation of critical controls
for managing significant risks that either affects them personally or for which they are
accountable within BSP.
The overall aim of applying this systematic approach to HSSE & SP management is to
adequately control and continuously improve BSPs HSSE performance and complies with the
legal requirements. Where personnel identify opportunities for improvement, these should be
brought to the attention of line managers and the BSP leadership team, so they can be captured
as part of this continuous HSSE & SP improvement.

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Revision Record
REV REVISION DESCRIPTION DATE
1.0 1st Issue formerly Safety Management System June 1994
2.0 2nd Issue January 1999
3.0 3rd Issue January 2000
4.0 4th Issue May 2002
Replaced TMS 0367; redrafted based on new organisation roles &
responsibilities; introduction of specific duties of BSPLT in managing
HSE (e.g. their risk management process; critical activities, etc.);
incorporating guidance from EP 95-0100 Rev.1 (Jan 2001).
4.1 Indicate requirement in section 5.6 for emergency procedures and June 2002
exercises to have target response times (HSE-MS audit action
follow up)
5.0 Update following 2003 HSE MS Review Feb. 2004
6.0 General Update in line with the EPA and Global HSE MS Jan. 2009
7.0 Updated to align with Brunei WSHO 2009, Shell Group HSSE & SP January 2013
Control Framework
7.2 Updated with comments from BSP - MPRT May 2013

This document is available to staff through the BSP Intranet > HSE Website, and
accessible through LIVELINK.
This document has a maximum validity of five years from the last revision date. Within this
period it must be assessed for relevance and re-validated in accordance with:
Document Control Procedure (BSP-02-Procedure-001)

Notice and Warning


Copyright 2013, Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad
This document is the property of Brunei Shell Petroleum Sendirian Berhad (BSP), KB3534,
Negara Brunei Darussalam. Circulation is restricted to BSP and its designated associates,
contractors and consultants. It must not be copied or used for any other purpose other than
which it is supplied, without the expressed written authority of BSP.
Except where provided for purposes of contractual requirements, BSP disclaims any
responsibility or liability for any use or misuse of the document by any person and makes no
warranty as to the accuracy or suitability of the information to any third party. Any misuse of
the document is redressable by BSP.

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................... 4
HSSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OVERVIEW.................................................................. 5
1. LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT .............................................................. 7
1.1 Be mindful of HSSE & SP Risks ................................................................................................... 7
1.2 Demonstrate visible and felt HSSE & SP leadership through measurable actions .................. 7
1.3 Motivate, Coach and Develop Personnel in Effective HSSE&SP Management ....................... 7
1.4 Hold Individuals accountable for their HSSE&SP Behaviours and Performance .................. 7
1.5 Engage where appropriate with Joint Venture partners, Contractor management, local
communities and authorities, and industry associations and NGOs about HSSE & SP ......... 9
2. POLICY & OBJECTIVES ................................................................................ 11
2.1 Communicate HSSE & SP Policy ............................................................................................... 11
2.2 Develop and communicate annual HSSE & SP Objectives, Targets and Plans ..................... 11
3. ORGANISATION, RESPONSIBILITIES AND RESOURCES .................... 12
3.1 Organisation, Responsibilities and Resources ........................................................................... 12
3.2 Competence .................................................................................................................................. 12
3.3 Joint Ventures HSSE Requirements .......................................................................................... 14
4. RISK MANAGEMENT ..................................................................................... 15
4.1 Managing Risk ............................................................................................................................. 15
4.2 Risk Assessment ........................................................................................................................... 16
5. PLANNING AND PROCEDURES ................................................................... 20
5.1 Emergency Response ................................................................................................................... 20
5.2 Security Facility Management Plan (To be reviewed by HSE/1) ............................................. 20
5.3 Management of Change............................................................................................................... 20
5.4 Permit to Work ............................................................................................................................ 21
5.5 Planning and Procedures ............................................................................................................ 22
5.6 Legal and Other Requirements .................................................................................................. 22
6. IMPLEMENTATION MONITORING AND REPORTING......................... 23
6.1 Implementation ............................................................................................................................ 23
6.2 Incident Investigation and Learning .......................................................................................... 23
6.3 Performance Monitoring and Reporting ................................................................................... 23
6.4 Non Conformance Monitoring.................................................................................................... 23
6.5 Asset Integrity .............................................................................................................................. 24
7. ASSURANCE ...................................................................................................... 25
7.1 HSSE & SP Assurance ................................................................................................................ 25
7.2 Monitor and Actions Follow-Up ................................................................................................. 25
7.3 Auditor Competency ................................................................................................................... 25
7.4 Exception to Group HSSE & SP requirement .......................................................................... 26
8. MANAGEMENT REVIEW .............................................................................. 27
ATTACHMENT 1 HSSE Roles and Responsibilities
ATTACHMENT 2 - Reference Documentation

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INTRODUCTION
Purpose of this Manual
To explain how HSSE & SP risks are managed systematically in BSP and in contractors work
activities to be tolerable and as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). This manual
describes the HSSE Management System for BSP and has been developed for the benefit of:
x BSP employees & contractors so that they are aware and appreciate how HSSE & SP
is managed right through the Company, from senior management to the workforce in
BSP and BSP contractor managed operations.
x BSP Leadership Team (BSPLT) so that they understand their responsibilities
(especially their HSSE-Critical Activities), and the expectations of those working with
them as process owners, activity executors, or asset holders.
x External auditors for verification and certification on behalf of shareholders or
certifying bodies.
x Shareholders and stakeholders to provide assurance that the HSSE & SP risks in the
business are being adequately managed.
The HSSE-MS Manual is maintained by BSP-HSSE on behalf of the Managing Director.
About this document:
This HSSE Management System Manual describes the BSP HSSE Management System and
provides direction to the supporting procedures and documents which, together, form the
HSSE Management System. The HSSE-MS Manual captures the primary elements of the
HSSE Management System which also has already incorporates the elements of ISO 14001
Environmental Management System Standards. It enables staff and outside parties to
understand how BSP manage health, safety, environmental protection, security and social
performance. It also sets out the accountabilities at the various levels of the BSP organization.
It lists corporate activities identified as HSSE-critical. It also lists the primary reference
documents that underpin and support the management of HSSE in BSP. It forms a guide for
BSP staff and Contractors for the management of HSSE as an integral part of business
This HSSE-MS Manual is aligned with the requirements of the Shell Group Global HSSE &
SP Control Framework Management System, ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
Standards and the Brunei Workplace Safety and Health Order 2009.
The structure of this document is based on the eight elements of a HSE Management System:
Shell Group HSSE and SP Management System Manual

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HSSE Management System Overview


HSSE & SP Commitment and Policy requires the Company to manage HSSE & SP in a
systematic manner. The BSP HSSE & SP Management System (MS) is structured along the
lines of the eight elements of the Shell Group HSSE & SP Control Framework (Figure 1). It
describes the implementation of the Shell Group HSSE & SP Control Framework
requirements in BSP at Business level.
Figure 1. Group HSSE & SP Control Framework

Those elements of the BSP management system that provide for control of risks associated
with health, safety, security, environment and social performance (HSSE & SP), are
collectively known as the HSSE Management System (HSSE-MS). Thus, the BSP HSSE-
MS is a sub-system of the overall Company Management System. This manual describes the
BSP HSSE-MS.
The BSP HSSE-MS ensures and assures that risks to personnel and the environment are
known, understood and managed to levels that are tolerable to all stakeholders and are as low
as reasonably practicable (ALARP). Furthermore, the system is designed to achieve
compliance with relevant legislation, and it includes feedback elements that ensure continuous
improvement in HSSE & SP performance of the Company.
The 8 elements of BSPs HSSE-MS, as described in the following 8 sections of this manual,
are:
1 Leadership and Commitment
2 Policy & Objectives
3 Organisation, Responsibilities and Resources
4 Risk Management
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5 Planning and Procedures


6 Implementation Monitoring and Reporting
7 Assurance
8 Management Review

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1. Leadership and Commitment


1.1 Be mindful of HSSE & SP Risks
BSP has Business Risk Profiles and Visual, including HSSE & SP risks, associated
controls and action plans to track the business risks. These risk visual profiles are
reviewed and updated as the need arises due to changes in exposure to the state of risk.
The risk profiles are review quarterly by the Business Assurance Committee.
x Implementing the HSSE-MS, and obtaining external system certification (e.g. ISO
14001), by making the necessary resources available, and monitoring progress
against specific milestones within the Business Plan.

1.2 Demonstrate visible and felt HSSE & SP leadership through measurable actions
Company leaders provide strong and visible leadership throughout BSP and Contractors
to promote a culture of shared commitment to HSSE & SP by:
x Providing strong, visible leadership through being a good role model for all staff
and contractors and communicating HSSE expectations to staff & contractors.
Carrying out one to one discussion on Compliance, Intervention and Attitude
(CIA).
x Providing clear expectations and drive Goal Zero of no harm to people and protect
the environment.
x BSP has gone above and beyond the Goal Zero, by introducing the Green Day
performance program.
x Actively participate in the scheduled S.A.F.E site visit programme to engage staff
& to take corrective actions and to create an Incident Injury Free worksite.
x Participate in the review of significant and high potential incidents and cascade
learning from incident.
x Communicate HSSE & SP Policy, Objectives, and Plans, Targets are set and
implemented.

1.3 Motivate, Coach and Develop Personnel in Effective HSSE&SP Management


BSP does Motivates, Coaches and Develops of personnel through the following:
x BSP assesses and develops their own HSSE & SP competences for staff in line
with the Competence requirements of the HSSE & SP Control Framework.
x Ensuring staff has HSSE & SP performance deliverables measured in their tasks
& targets in the annual Goal Performance Appraisal.
x Include HSSE & SP behaviours and performance in making decision to rewarding
staff.
x Rewards personnel who demonstrate outstanding leadership and performance in
HSSE & SP. (e.g. Special Recognition Awards (SRA), Chief Executives Awards
for Safety).

1.4 Hold Individuals accountable for their HSSE&SP Behaviours and Performance
BSP creates a HSSE & SP culture which allows for personal growth and empowerment.
Shell Code of Conduct, General Business Principles and Life Saving Rules are applied

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on a consistent basis. Violation of these rules warrants the application of the


consequence management process. This is applicable to all BSP staff and contractors.

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1.5 Engage where appropriate with Joint Venture partners, Contractor management,
local communities and authorities, and industry associations and NGOs about
HSSE & SP
1.5.1 External HSSE & SP Communication:
The Corporate External Affairs Department (CEA) is the normal reception point
for handling enquiries or complaints from the general public, or local
communities. These are addressed in consultation with HSSE.
BSP-01.01-Guideline-1667 Public Enquiry Procedure
The communication for Joint Venture partners is covered in:
Control Framework Joint Venture Manual.
1.5.2 Internal HSSE & SP Communication:
HSSE issues are communicated to employees and contractors by means of:
x BSP HSSE Website
x In-house magazine SALAM
x HSSE & SP Contractors HSSE Business Partner Portal www/bsp.com.bn
x HSSE Business Partner Forum
x Scheduled S.A.F.E site visits
x BSP Meeting hierarchy

Figure 2. Hierarchy of HSE Meetings in BSP

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