explain how and when to report potential health and safety risks that have been identified
A health and safety report, HSR, is to document that health and safety risks on offshore installations have been identified, [ assessed and reduced as much as reasonably practicable.
The HSR is also to document that the enterprise can control these risks and, if necessary, evacuate the installation effectively in critical situations.
As a minimum an HSR is to include:
A detailed description of
the offshore installation and its operating conditions.
A detailed description of the management system for health and safety.
Identification of potential risks of major accidents and hazardous impacts on health and safety as well as the general risk involved when on the offshore installation.
An assessment of risks and documentation that these risks have been reduced as much as is reasonably practicable (ALARP).
Documentation that evacuation to a safe place can be carried out effectively and safely in a critical situation.
The health and safety report is to be updated when significant changes in health and safety conditions or the operating conditions on the installation occur.
For mobile offshore installations the health and safety report can be prepared in accordance with “International Guidelines of Drilling Contractors, Health, Safety and Environmental Case (Guidelines for Mobile Offshore Drilling Units)”.
The HSR does not need to be one coherent document containing all the information mentioned above, but should as a minimum include references to where this information can be obtained. ]
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