PDF HSE Objectives and Targets
It is important for us that all PDF departments have a clear understanding of what they need to do with regard to achieving the HSE objectives and targets. PDF HSE objectives provide an overall direction for Health & Safety targets and these objectives are in line with the HSE policies and other legal requirements.
HSE objectives and targets have been defined for each department and individuals to ensure a safe and accident free workplace. Accident free workplace means no harm to people and no damage to the assets and environment.
HSE defined targets are SMART:
|•||Specific – Related to a clearly defined outcome. The targets are sufficiently detailed and focused to provide direction.|
|•||Measurable – The results are measured in terms of quality, quantity, time, cost etc., so that progress can be assessed.|
|•||Attainable – Accomplishing the target needs to be challenging, but within reason for the person’s ability and resource constraints.|
|•||Relevant – The targets are appropriate to the needs of the company.|
|•||Time-bound – Specific deadlines are set for accomplishing the target.|
The primary purpose of measuring health, safety and environment performance is to provide information on the progress and current status of the strategies, processes and activities used by PDF to control and mitigate HSE risks. Gathering such information is imperative to sustain reliable operations as it defines risk and we therefore understand the control of risk, by providing information on how the system operates in practice; identifying areas where remedial action is required; providing a basis for continual improvement; and providing feedback and motivation.
PDF operates in both onshore and offshore projects. We have therefore set separate targets and measure the performance of the two sections separately due to the nature of different operations.
PDF total man hours worked in 2015: 352,700
PDF achieved total recorded Incident Rate for 2015: 0.56
Recorded Incident Rate = (MTOs + RWTCs + LTIs + FTLs) * 200,000 / Total Man hours