6.1.6Health, Safety and Security Reporting

The Health, Safety and Security performance indicators scope takes into account:

  • Employees which include all permanent employees, part-time employees, locally hired agency staff (’direct contractors’) in the fabrication sites, offices and offshore workers, i.e. all people working for the Company.
  • Contractors which include any person employed by a Contractor or Contractor’s Subcontractor(s) who is directly involved in execution of prescribed work under a contract with SBM Offshore.

HSS incidents are reported and managed through the Company’s Single Reporting System (SRS) database. SRS is a web-based reporting system that is used to collect data on all incidents occurring in all locations where the Company operates.

The SRS system records safety, environmental, security incidents, loss of containments, equipment failure and damage only incidents.

Safety incidents are reported based on the incident classifications as defined by the IOGP Report 2015 – Jan 2016. Health incidents are reported based on the occupational illnesses classification given in IOGP Report Number 393 – 2007.

The Company also reports incident data from Contractor’s construction facilities if the incident is related to an SBM Offshore project.

The Company uses records of exposure hours and SRS data to calculate Health and Safety performance indicators set by SBM Offshore.

The Loss of Primary Containment (LOPC) reporting is managed through the Company’s Single Reporting System (SRS) database. LOPCs are reported based on the definitions and thresholds from IOGP report 456 and API standard RP 754. In 2016, a LOPC volume calculator tool has been included in SRS to assist personnel in determining quantities released based on known factors and improve accuracy of reported volumes.

KPIs used by the Company include the number of LOPCs, the number of Tier 1 Process Safety Events and the number of Tier 2 Process Safety Events.

LOSS OF PRimary containment (LOPC)

A LOPC is defined as an unplanned or uncontrolled release of any material from primary containment, including non-toxic and non-flammable materials (e.g. steam, hot condensate, nitrogen, compressed CO2 or compressed air). Tier 1 represents LOPC events of greater consequence with Tier 2 being those events of lesser consequence.

revised data

The data for Process Safety reported in 2015 have been revised to expand the scope to include the vessels FPSO Kikeh and FPSO Serpentina.