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Ipieca is pleased to launch its labour rights training, developed with the contribution of Building Responsibly and hosted on the Supply Chain Sustainability School’s e-learning platform.
Twelve e-learning modules to support the industry and its supply chain to improve awareness and management of labour rights issues.
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.
Guidance to support practitioners in developing robust social baselines for offshore project impacts to fisheries.
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.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2021.
The purpose of this document is to provide readers with insights into the just transition concepts, definitions and priorities of a range of organizations from multiple sectors.
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.
This report presents recommendations for optimal health risk assessment and management within a health, safety, and environment management programme.Guidelines for health, safety, security, environment and social responsibility governance in joint ventures
This document offers guidance for oil and gas industry JVs on the governance, policy development, implementation and management of HSSE&SR.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2019.
This is the fifth version of this document and presents the Committee's views on testing, isolation, and quarantine in industry workplaces.
This document provides a list of factors for oil and gas industry companies to consider as they prepare for their workers to return to offices.
The IOGP-Ipieca joint Health Committee has followed the development, rollout, and real-world efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines since they became available in late 2020. In late 2021, we are confident that vaccines provide one of the most effective tools to mitigate the spread and consequences of COVID-19.
This second edition reflects the continued evolution and valuable lessons learnt by Ipieca members from their shared experiences of developing and implementing human rights due diligence processes.
This document summarises Ipieca's updated Human rights due diligence guidance.
This video provides an introduction to human rights, including the key elements of the UN Guiding Principles and why human rights are important for the energy sector.
This document is a culmination of the good practices, information and strategies developed by Ipieca and IOGP members to respond to the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2019.
This position paper explores how the pandemic is impacting mental health, mental health threat factors, their business-related impacts and prevention and mitigation measures.
Ipieca has partnered with IOGP to develop new guidance on managing health in the oil and gas industry.
In this webinar co-hosted by ICMM and Ipieca, presenters from the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Total, Rio Tinto and Base Toliara will share experiences and suggestions for gender-responsive due diligence in extractive industries projects.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2018.
The new guidance aims to assist practitioners in identifying the typical steps necessary for the oil and gas industry when negotiating and structuring agreements with communities.
Ipieca has developed a series of practical guidance and tools on managing labour rights to support practitioners in addressing potential human rights impacts and issues, particularly in the industry's supply chain. These resources have three aims:
This document aims to assist community relations managers in planning their community liaison teams and recruiting community liaison officers (CLOs).
The guidance provides an overview of the issues around fatigue with a focus on developing, implementing and evaluating a fatigue risk management system.
This awareness brief provides the context and purpose behind Ipieca's work on company and supply chain labour rights.
This guidance document covers considerations on responsible recruitment and employment in the oil and gas industry.
This document provides guidance on the design and implementation of an on-site labour rights assessment, outlining approaches for conducting an on-site audit and assessment of contractors following contract commencement.
This document provides guidance on developing and implementing effective worker grievance mechanisms across oil and gas workplaces and project sites.
This document provides a summary of the 2019 Ipieca-IOGP guidance on managing health in the oil and gas industry.
Ipieca has been engaged in a collaborative industry effort to establish good practice approaches for oil and gas companies working on Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC).
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2017.
Social performance tools
Oil and gas operations take place in many countries where the quality of medical services and specialities differs. It is therefore important for a company to assess local health facilities to ensure that they can provide optimal medical care for their workers.
This practitioner note discusses the main evolutions in social investment since the launch of Ipieca's guidance in 2008, shares observations from practitioners, and includes practical ways practitioners can analyse their situation and approach the issue.
This practitioner note provides an overview of the process for designing a social investment strategy, and explores the different phases of the oil and gas project life cycle and their implications for social investment.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2016.
This guidance document addresses the question of how to create successful and sustainable community investments and how to measure their success.
This practitioner note explores the challenges faced by companies as a result of increasing stakeholder demand for evidence-based reporting of social investment.
Checklist for medical emergency response planning for the oil and gas industry.
The 'Oil and gas contractor drug and alcohol testing guidelines' provide a compendium of programme elements that can be used to deter the use or misuse of drugs and alcohol in the workplace.
The oil and gas industry operates in many locations where people live and work together in close quarters...
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2015.
This document offers guidance on understanding and delivering local content in relation to oil and gas projects.
This guide defines and outlines the purpose and value of health impact assessments within the oil and gas industry...
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2014.
This guidance is an addendum to the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) existing HSE Management - guidelines for working together in a contract environment
Indigenous Peoples mapping tools: this resource provides an overview of existing tools for mapping the territories of Indigenous Peoples around the world.
Overview of international instruments on FPIC: this document brings together key international
This toolbox enables oil and gas companies to create, implement and raise awareness of Community Grievance Mechanisms (CGMs). Wherever oil and gas companies do business, engaging with affected communities and responding to their concerns is essential to operating successfully whilst ensuring respect for human rights.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2013.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.
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.
A manual for implementing operational-level grievance mechanisms and designing corporate frameworks.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.
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.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
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.
A fact sheet from a series developed by Ipieca and OGP to demonstrate the oil and gas industry's present and future contribution to sustainable development. Prepared in advance of the 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). The issues that dominate the sustainable development agenda - climate change, biodiversity impacts and access to energy - are too big for individual companies to tackle alone.
This new edition has been updated in response to the IFC's new performance standards (2012) and also includes an expanded 'useful resources' section. The document contains an overview of Indigenous Peoples
A fact sheet from a series developed by Ipieca and OGP to demonstrate the oil and gas industry's present and future contribution to sustainable development.
This guide presents a structured process for the systematic identification, assessment and management of the risks associated with tasks that place specific demands (physical or psychological) on employees.
The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights are designed to help extractive companies maintain the safety and security of their operations within an operating framework that ensures respect for human rights
This guide aims to assist companies in evaluating the national and regional security contexts and identify the different challenges that are likely to affect extractive operations.
The security of company operations in a host country depends significantly on the company's engagement and relations with the national security sector.
These local content case studies were published alongside the second edition of Ipieca's 2016 publication Local content: A guidance document for the oil and gas industry.
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
The purpose of this guide is to help managers and supervisors at all levels in the oil and gas industry to be aware of the threat of tuberculosis (TB), and to help them mitigate the impact of TB on their companies' projects and operations.
This document provides general background on drilling fluids and the various categories of base fluids and additives currently in use. It outlines potential health hazards associated with these substances, looks at potential areas for human exposure presented by drilling operations, and introduces risk management methods and monitoring processes aimed at reducing the risk of harmful health effects.
Food and water safety is of paramount importance for effective functioning of the oil and gas industry. All sectors of the industry, from frontier exploration and production locations, to retail operations, are potentially at risk.
Many oil and gas companies have operations in extreme climates, and this work can pose a number of hazards, including extremes of temperature as well as wind and humidity. These guidelines aim to provide practical information to line management and health professionals in order to help protect and maintain health, and prevent accidents, illness and loss of life.
The purpose of this guide is to provide, in a simple and accessible format, basic guidance on risk assessment and risk management in conflict settings that oil and gas companies might face.
This guidance document aims to address the question of how to create successful and sustainable community investments and how to measure their success. Social investment (SI) programmes are defined as the voluntary contributions companies make to the communities and broader societies where they operate, with the objective of benefiting external stakeholders, typically through the transfer of skills or resources.
Indicators for the health performance of the industry are a necessary part of effective health management and the promotion of improvements in health performance. Currently there is no globally applied set of performance indicators within the oil and gas industry. This document updates the 1999 OGP publication Health Performance Indicators (Report 6.78/290) in the context of recently agreed guidance on voluntary sustainability reporting (API/Ipieca, 2005) and the growth of health management standards. It builds on that early guidance to provide a more practical and detailed set of stand-alone health indicators.
This document provides an introduction to health risk assessment (HRA) processes as well as a CD-based template giving examples of HRA specific implementation.
This guide helps oil industry managers and supervisors understand, recognize, and deal effectively with stress in the workplace. It encourages and enables a holistic approach to the management of workplace stress, with a focus on prevention. The guide is designed to complement current practice, which tends to focus more on developing employee ability to cope with stress and, when this fails, on treatment options.
This publication communicates how the oil and gas industry is using partnerships to respond to challenges of meeting global energy demand and to contribute to sustainable development. The publication explores the partnering process through challenges and lessons learned identified by Ipieca members and their partners in the forty case studies featured.
This guide aims to describe the overall health impact assessment process as it is currently understood and practised.
This document is intended to provide a set of resources for oil & gas industry professional tasked with formulating policy and implementing best practices across their organisations.