Substance misuse is an issue of widespread global concern, and one that demands attention from all sectors of society and industry. Aside from the obvious potential for workplace disruption, and the deleterious effect on other employees or co-workers, there is an overriding need for employers to consider the implications of impaired individuals working in a safety-critical industry where the need for sound judgement and mental acuity are a constant requirement. This document is intended to provide guidance to all those who are involved in the prevention and management of substance misuse in the workplace. The document is not intended to replace national laws, regulations or other accepted standards.
- 13 March 2023
The objective of this guidance is to provide a structured framework to guide practitioners, towards the implementation of an effective and efficient local content measurement and reporting process. It offers a roadmap to select, collect, and analyze metrics.
- 15 February 2023
Guidance to support practitioners in developing robust social baselines for offshore project impacts to fisheries.
- 8 December 2022
This document provides guidance for business leaders, HSE professionals, and health practitioners on the business case for outcome-focused and cost-effective medical emergency response (MER) and primary healthcare in the energy industries.
- 18 May 2022
This document provides occupational health, HSE and occupational hygiene practitioners in the energy industries with pragmatic advice on how workplace lighting can limit circadian disruption and enhance health, safety, and performance.