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The guidance presents a systematic process for the onshore oil and gas industry to identify and assess potential measures to improve water efficiency via incorporating the principles of water stewardship, integrating water resource management
Optimized, effective waste management is integral to petroleum refinery operations. It helps minimize risk to both people and the environment, enhances resource utilization, and reduces costs.
An effective incident management requires the ability to establish command and controlâi.e. to move the management of the response from the initial reactive
This document provides guidance on constructing an exercise programme that is suitable for meeting an organization's or facility's requirements in training for spills associated with oil exploration (Revision 2016)
The Human Rights Training Tool (3rd edition) enables oil and gas companies to develop a better understanding of the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and key human rights issues relevant for the industry.Operating Management System Framework for controlling risk and delivering high performance in the oil and gas industry
This new Operating Management System Framework is designed to help companies define and achieve performance goals and stakeholder benefits, while managing the broad and significant range of risks inherent in the oil and gas industry.
Providing an overview of good practices and strategies, this practical document explores a range of key mercury management issues encompassing environmental controls, worker health and safety, process safety, product safety, waste management, and product stewardship.
A manual for implementing operational-level grievance mechanisms and designing corporate frameworks.
Good practice guidelines for incident management and emergency response personnel (Revision 2016)Mutual Aid Indemnification and Liabilityincluding a template Emergency Personnel Secondment Agreement
In the event of a major incident, neighbouring companies may be asked to provide responders, oil spill response equipment and associated materials, either individually or as part of a mutual aid programme.
In general, mutual aid plans are written to encompass the possibility that responders