Whenever BP conducts construction, maintenance, demolition, remediation and other similar work that are typical of our industry, there is the potential for risk and harm to people and the environment and for damage to equipment. Therefore, an effective control of work process provides a work environment that allows tasks to be completed safely and without unplanned loss of containment with the potential to cause environmental damage or to damage a plant or equipment. The control of work procedures set out a required approach for BP employees and contractors to manage work risk.
HSSE Requirements for Contractors
> HSSE Requirements for Contractors The purpose of this document is to specify the Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) requirements for Contractors engaged to perform works for BP under any form of contract for services. It is agreed that this document forms part of any contract between BP and a Contractor for work that is to be performed at any BP site or location, or for works under BP’s control. The safety and wellbeing of workers and customers is our top priority. BP want Contractors to make the safety and wellbeing of themselves, co-workers, other workers and our customers their top priority as well.
Control of Work Procedures
BP HSSE Policies
Permit to work templates
BP-authorised work permit issuing authorities have access to permit to work hard copy books. These authorised electronic files should only be used in accordance with BP’s control of work procedures.
BP work permits must be re-endorsed daily before work can begin. This can only be performed by people listed on the work permit as authorised to re-endorse. From 1 July 2017, you must be competent in a BP online training course in order to be listed on a work permit. It is up to the permit writer to determine if you can endorse the permit, even if you have this training. You also need gas detector competence, as per PRO4.5-0001-1-01 Permit to Work.