An Operations Guide to Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS): Making Sense of BSEE SEMS Regulations gives engineers and managers a vital tool to understand, prepare and manage SEMS audits before, during and after they are done. At the core of the book are 17 elements stemming from regulations which are broken down in parts to help management learn the compliance measures. Elements are supported by practical case studies that analyze past failures and lessons learned. A helpful glossary, abbreviations list and additional section of references give offshore engineers and operators clear-and-concise direction on how to perform key actions in SEMS audits.
- Breaks down each element of the SEMS audit to understand guidelines and lessons learned
- Supported with real-world case studies, a glossary, an abbreviations list and extended references
- Teaches readers the purpose of regulations and what is most critical
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1. Purpose and introduction 2. History of SEMS 3. Management system basics 4. SEMS and ISO 14001 5. SEMS and process safety 6. Getting SEMS started 7. The SEMS elements 8. The SEMS audit 9. Contractors 10. BSEE SEMS and the UK safety case 11. The future
Mick Will is currently a Houston-based consultant with more than 40 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He has been involved with the implementation of the BSEE SEMS regulations since their inception in 2010, which was a direct result of the Deepwater Horizon incident. He was a member of the response organization for the Deepwater Horizon, and subsequently became involved in the implementation of SEMS programs for multiple operators in the Gulf of Mexico. He is also a registered SEMS auditor and has 2000+ hours of SEMS Audit experience. Prior to his consulting work regarding the SEMS regulations, he was employed by a major oil and gas company for 32 years and has managed both onshore and offshore operations organizations.