In compliant with the oil and gas industry requirements, the company has adopted and implemented HSE-MS comprising the eight main elements in 2005. The eight main elements are:
An HSE Plan which is made up of the above eight elements provides the means to closely monitor and track the implementation of the planned HSE related activities during the quarterly management review (Appendix 4).
The purpose of the HSE Plan is to ensure effective and systematic implementation of the HSE MS based on the eight main elements with the objectives to:
In order to achieve this, we comply with the mandatory rules and regulations; and to take into account of any applicable codes, guidelines and standards recommended by the Organization, Administrations, classification societies and maritime industry organizations.
This HSE plan covers the period of one year, and shall be reviewed quarterly by the committee members to monitor and measure the safety performance, identify any weaknesses and achievements and areas for improvement. Sealink continuously reviews our use of leading and lagging indicators to ensure that we are measuring and improving in the right areas. Specific areas measured include: UCUX, JHA, HSE MS audit, Marine Operational audits, Management Site Visit (MSV) and Site Inspection Visit (SIV)), scheduled waste disposal, incident statistics, Permit To Work (PTW) application, safety meeting, shipboard and office drills. The results are reported to the top management monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis. Quarterly statistics for non-injurious and injurious incident, total manhour exposure, are reported in the Quarterly HSE Performance Report. In addition, Sealink records and publishes HSE statistic & performance, safety alerts & memorandum, Learning From Incident, and etc which are accessible to every Sealink employee through Sealink Web Portal.