Analysis on HSE management experience of the longe

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As we all know, the ultimate goal of HSE management is to achieve three "zeros", namely zero accident, zero injury and zero pollution. Domestic and foreign Petroleum and petrochemical enterprises are working towards this goal. In the Changbei natural gas cooperation project between PetroChina and shell, this goal has been basically achieved. As a result, this project has become the new Daron reg; Last year, RTM was a model of HSE management in dozens of regional companies and nearly 100 projects of PetroChina in Thailand where a large number of plastic machines were replaced

the characteristic of HSE management of Changbei project is to build an HSE management system in which one person participates. In this project, no matter Chinese or foreign, Party A or Party B, front or rear, everyone is a safety officer, and everyone is a supervisor. Here, hidden dangers have become "rats crossing the street", accidents have become "valuable teaching materials" shared by everyone, and safety instructions are the "highest instructions"

a small safety card reflects the big article

HSE management that everyone participates in. It can be clearly reflected through a small accident safety control card. The external side of this card is called "stop card" or "act card". The card is very exquisite, with dozens of common on-site violations printed on the front and preventive and control measures that can be taken on site printed on the back. Every person has a card. If you find unsafe behaviors around you, you can record them at any time and report them in time. The card only focuses on the facts of violation of rules and regulations, without leaving the name of the informant. It has no worries about the future, and improves everyone's enthusiasm through incentive measures. Dozens of tickets can be received every day

it is this small safety card that creates a good HSE management atmosphere of "joint participation and continuous improvement". Everyone can say "no" to unsafe behaviors. Everyone has the right to stop illegal operations and refuse illegal commands. On site accidents have been effectively controlled and many hidden dangers have been eliminated in the bud. In the words of the Chinese project leader, it has played a preventive role

the essence of this HSE management system is to emphasize that people are the main body of safety work. Statistics show that more than 85% of accidents are caused by people's unsafe behaviors. Therefore, HSE emphasizes that accident control is mainly realized by controlling people's unsafe behaviors. The control of unsafe behavior is not through punishment, but through influencing the parties' cognition of unsafe behavior. At the same time, this management takes human safety as the primary and ultimate goal, and requires all project personnel to be responsible not only for their own safety, but also for the safety of their colleagues and others

let safety culture take root

accident control card, in essence, is still a passive safety management mode. In order to realize intrinsic safety, we must reach the realm of active safety management. How to realize the transformation from "I want to be safe" to "I want to be safe" is another feature of the HSE management of this project, and it is also another time for everyone to participate: November 1-5, 2016 location: the manifestation of the National Convention and Exhibition Center (No. 333 Songze Avenue, Shanghai). This is the "HSE in mind" pursued by the project

shell, as the main operator of the project, transplanted the active management mode and safety culture formed through years of exploration into the project, and combined with the actual situation in China, formed a unique and effective "Changbei culture". The measurement standard is that in just twoorthree years, through cooperation, the HSE management of the whole staff has crossed three levels. From the first level, the "paper HSE management" with zero change of the pointer has reached the second level, namely "HSE management in the mind" after the training and publicity of the whole staff; After a long period of running in, it gradually enters the third level, namely "HSE management in mind"

from paper to mind and then to heart, Changbei project has completed the leap of safety management. In this leap, safety culture plays a vital role. This culture is expressed in the form of flexible management means, not through coercion, punishment, blame, warning or demonstration, but through persuasion, education, guidance, help and demonstration, so that employees can first realize that this safety management is responsible for their own safety and for their own sake, not only for safety performance, but also not for cosmetic purposes, so that they can voluntarily accept this management and realize self-management, Consciously integrate into this cultural atmosphere

"once the safety culture has taken root in everyone's heart, it will not be far from the realm of true intrinsic safety." The summary of the project leader is the best interpretation of this kind of total management

postscript: the formation of HSE management system with Chinese petroleum characteristics

once upon a time, there was a debate in China's petroleum and petrochemical industry about whether to comprehensively learn the HSE management system and safety culture of Western oil companies. However, the success of Changbei project in HSE management should put an end to this debate in time

what is advanced should be learned. Of course, it is not a comprehensive collection, but a reference and absorption, combined with reality, and let it take root. This is the valuable experience of China's reform and opening up for more than 30 years, and also the experience summary of China's petroleum industry in implementing the "going out" strategy for more than 20 years. From "HSE management on paper" to "HSE management in the heart" to "HSE management in the heart", the HSE management experience of Changbei project is the product of the integration of valuable traditional experience and foreign HSE concepts. (end)

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