Weaver Leadership Series ESG

Weaver Energy Series Quarterly Breakfast Presentation.  

Strategic SH&E Auditing

MOST SH&E professionals have been involved in an audit at some time during their careers.  Audits are no small matter; those involved must designate time to prepare, interview employees and conduct a facility walk-around. Over the years,  audit programs have matured, ushering in a period of tremendous improvement through management systems in response to new business challenges and pressures.

12 Steps to Engineering Safe Onshore Oil & Gas Facilities

This paper reviews the key areas for facility designers and engineers to include when designing facilities to ensure safe facilities. Use and incorporation of all safety engineering principles outlined in this paper should enable facility engineers and designers to build safe facilities that reduce the risk of major incidents.

Making Sure Production Equipment Layout and Spacing are Correct

This paper reviews current industry “best practices” and also presents examples for the proper layout and spacing of equipment at oil and gas facilities. The techniques presented in the paper enable the facilities designer or Engineer to quickly gather the information needed for the analysis, evaluate credible scenarios and then make the necessary judgments to properly locate equipment. The result of using the information presented in this paper is that equipment and occupied structures are properly located and spaced to reduce operational and safety risk. risk.

Engineering Safe Distances between Occupied Structures and Processing Equipment

This paper presents a viable risk-based approach for the siting of occupied structures at oil and gas facilities. The technique presented in the paper enables the Engineer to quickly gather the information needed for the analysis, evaluate credible scenarios and then make the necessary calculations to determine impacts to the occupants. The result of using this technique is that an occupied structure is properly located and constructed to reduce the risk of harm to the occupants to a tolerable level.

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