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HSE Implementation & Practices

HSE Requirement Procedures

The purpose of these procedures is to clarify HSE requirements for administration and operations, and to give guidance and instruction as to how this requirement can be met. BMP Director has the ultimate responsibility for HSE within the organization. The Director has delegated this responsibility to Operations Manager and Line Managers, who are responsible for implementing and complying with all aspects of these procedures.

All employees have a constant duty to ensure the HSE and welfare of themselves, as well as their colleagues, and he has duty of complying with these procedures at all time

Continuous Performance Improvement

Continuous improvement of the BMP HSE Management System Operating Company is achieved by following the flow chart as shown in the figure below.


BMP will maintain effective communication networks to allow the HSE management system to function to its full potential. This will include but shall not be limited to the use of the BMP intranet, safety booklets, HSE meetings, safety alerts and safety campaigns. In addition HSE will be a key topic on all meeting agendas.

Accident/Incident/Issue Reporting

Incident reporting can be divided into 3 priority number as follows:

• Initial verbal report (1 hour reported).
• Initial accident/incident report (max. 24 hours reported), divided into 2 forms reporting such as Investigation and Employee Statement Form and Preliminary Notification Form.
• Accident/incident investigation and report (3 man team) using Accident/Incident/Issue Investigation and Reporting (max. 96 hours reported) or 1 week if required (usually required if medical treatment (or greater) or damage or loss in excess of USD 10,000.00).

Quarterly HSE statistics will be published for review. BMP provides statistical feedback on accident/incident/issue that has occurred within the operations. PTK2 (hazard observation cards) will be used to encourage employees to report sub-standard acts, sub-standard conditions and provide pro-active suggestions on improvement. This system is managed at BMP HSE Operating Company level.

Occupational HSE Orientation and Training Program

BMP has developed an occupational HSE orientation and training program which is a series of hands-on experiential classroom training sessions. This program is designed to familiarize each employee not only with the physical rig and equipment, but also the culture and values organization. The aim of these workshops is to further enhance BMP’s culture by developing leadership skills while defining our core values.

There are 2 types of Orientation Program those are Pre-work Safety Induction and General Orientation and Visitors On Rig Induction (VORI). Also 4 types of Training Program those are Specific Hazard Training, HSE Management Training, Specific Safety Training and Annual Refresher Training.

Elements of the Pre-work Safety Induction and General Orientation Program are as follows:

• Overview of BMP. Consists of HSE Policy Statement, Vision and Mission Statement, Value Statement, Quality Policy Statement, Drugs and Alcohol Policy Statement, BMP Expertise and Experiences, BMP Management Personnel Names and Roles.
• Compliance HSE rules and Personal Protective Equipment.
• Responsibility of each employee for his/her own Health and Safety.
• Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
• Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
• BMP Safety Manual Drilling Videos.

Elements of the VORI consists of all potential hazards such as PPE requirement, emergency muster point, Fire Extinguisher, First Aid Box, housekeeping, danger points, etc. The visitors will be conducted by Drilling Supervisor during visiting the drilling area.

Elements of the Specific Hazard Training will consist of identified specific hazard, specific procedure and specific work instruction.

Safety Behavior

BMP values a safety culture and the behavior of each employee helps to create such a culture. This is the Safety Behavior Program of 7 Pillars of BINTANG of Safe and Secure Behavior. This program will provide the climate change for sub-standard conditions and acts to be eliminated.

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

BMP has developed a Loss Control Management Tool of Hazard Identification with Control and Risk Assessment. The 5 IEDIM stages are Identification, Evaluation, Develop the Plan, Implementation and Measurement. These tools combined and individually are driven down to the individual worker level. All personnel will be extensively trained and coached to be competent in both systems.

Environmental Management

BMP values protection of the environment equally with all other aspects of business as declared in BMP Policy Statement. The Environmental Management Plan is used to identify and control the environmental issues in the drilling industry, such as waste management, hazardous chemical spill and destruction of the Environment.

Maintenance Management

Asset Integrity is of the utmost importance to BMP Drilling, not only from operational reliability but priority in regard to the safety of the operation. Critical safety equipment and servicing procedures are with routine checks as per Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) recommendations are established. To assist in the daily maintenance management of the BMP’s assets, BMP has invested in the Drilling Management suite of software to manage routines and procedures within a central database to manage equipment histories.


HSE feedback and suggestions for improvement from operating companies will be reviewed by the HSE Officers with regards to amending current HSE Standards or producing new HSE Standards. Lessons learnt from accidents or high potential incidents will be circulated through the use of BMP Safety Alerts.


The HSE officers instigate the auditing process and can initiate external auditing. Internal audits are the responsibility of the HSE Coordinator and should be planned and included in annual HSE Plans/Programs.

Workforce Involvement

The importance of input by individuals and crews to improving HSE performance is fully recognized and encouraged by the management of BMP. Successful safety results will be realized by harnessing the knowledge and experience of our workforce in improving safety programs. Employees are encouraged to make a reasonable and informed contribution to meeting Policy Statement goals and offering suggestions for continuous improvement.

Therefore, the BMP mottos of HSEMS are shown as follows:

1)  7 Pillars of BINTANG of Safe and Secure Behavior

Berkomitmen (to Commit)
Integrasi (Integration)
Nilai (Value)
Tidak Ada Kecelakaan (Zero Accident)
Akuntabilitas (Accountability)
Niat (Intention)
Gerakan untuk MANDIRI(MANDIRI movement)

2)  7 Pillars of MANDIRI of Safe Production

Motivasi (Motivation)
Adil (Fair)
Navigasi (Navigation)
Disiplin (Discipline)
IPTEK (Science and Technology)
Relasi (Relation)
Integritas (Integrity)

3)  7 Pillars of PERKASA of Management Commitment


HSE Organization

BMP has established an HSE division sufficiently resourced to manage the HSE aspects of its business and it position within top management with a direct reporting line to the Director.

Management Review

The BMP HSE Management System is periodically reviewed by Senior Management. The review is conducted with all executives present including the Director and General Manager. This high level of involvement is indicative of the culture of BMP that values HSE management.