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- Integrating human rights into environmental, social and health impact assessments. A practical guide for the oil and gas industry.
This Guide describes how human rights can be integrated into environmental, social and health impact assessments (ESHIAs), which the oil and gas industry routinely uses to evaluate projects and activities.
The Cross Sector Biodiversity Initiative (CSBI) Timeline Tool has been designed to assist project planning in the extractives industries to better align project development, biodiversity impact management, and financial timelines and milestones.
Psycho-social risks (PSR) is one of the factors impacting expatriates' job performance and personal behaviour as they need to cope with their new living and working environment. This guide has been designed for managers, health professionals and expatriates and provides an overview of the psycho-social risks and practical tools to manage PSR for expatriates.
The Timeline Tool assists professionals planning extractive projects in coordinating project development calendars, biodiversity impact assessment and management schedules, and financial timelines and milestones.
This document refers to the importance of oil characterisation and the oil spill response parameters important in assessing strategy following a spill.Prevention of heart attacks and other cardiovascular diseases. A guide for managers, employees and company health professionals
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), i.e. heart attacks and strokes, are the main causes of death within the oil and gas industry. This guidance document has been designed for doctors, medical professionals
A document detailing the planning principles of ensuring a robust dispersant logistics and supply chain during an incident.
A technical support document to accompany the Ipieca-IOGP guidance on surface and subsurface dispersant
This guide is aimed at health, safety and environment practitioners, as well as medical personnel and health risks managers working for the oil and gas industry.
When an oil spill occurs, the issue of health and safety, both for the public and oil spill responders, is a serious consideration. (Revision 2016)