The HSE case, developed by Shell Co., is a quite famous HSE risk management tool for construction project, but too much content makes it difficult to compile it before the start of a project. Even though the HSE case is finished, it is hard to have so much content to be mastered by the persons concerned in so limited time just before the start of a project; it is thus called “the case sits on the shelf.” In order to make such a tool much more practical, we adapt it according to its application environment, and the mode of “Two Documents and One Checklist” is thus formed. The mode contains two documents and one checklist. One of the documents is a relatively static document, named “work-post HSE guide,” which is designed to manage the relatively static risks; the other document is a changing document, named “project HSE plan,” which is designed to manage the changing risks. Both documents are designed mainly to guide workers to work or operate in a standard and safe manner. The checklist is designed to verify whether the condition of the workplace such as machines, equipment, tools, and so on is safe or not. Owing to the feature of the mode of “Two Documents & One Checklist,” it is not only quite easy to compile but also very convenient to apply in daily work by eliminating the problems that appear in the HSE Case.
Part of the book: Risk Management in Construction Projects