Few Recent and Current Projects
Saudi Eastern Petrochemicals Company(SHARQ) KSA
Development of a fully integrated management system comprising of following management systems in Sharq.
The available management systems were as follows:
- Quality Management System (ISO 9001:2015)
- Responsible Care Management System (RC 14001:2015)
- Health & Safety Management System (OHSAS 18001:2007)
- Energy Management System (ISO 50001)
- General Requirements for the Competence and Testing of Laboratories (ISO 17025:2005)
- Business Continuity Management System (ISO 22301:2012)
- Asset Management System (ISO 55001:2014)
- Sabic SHEMS 9. Manufacturing Excellence Management Standard (MEMS).
- Manufacturing Excellence Management Standard (MEMS).
- Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)
The integration project also included training and Awareness program on the fully integrated management system for top management, Line Managers, IMS Core Team, and all employees.
Internal Auditors and Lead Auditors courses on Responsible Care Management System Standard RC 14001:2015. The course took the delegates through the basics of auditing including understanding the terms and definitions used in the standard, understanding and identifying value chain and interested parties, auditing techniques, development of audit questions related to the inside-the- fence and value chain activities/processes.
Sahara Petrochemicals-2016 Sustainability Report
Sahara’s success is formulated by Sustainability. Therefore all efforts, plans, initiatives, and programs in Sahara Petrochemicals are all aimed at achieving the success through Sustainable growth. The 2016 Sustainability Report focuses on Sahara’s business in a balanced manner to achieve sustainability in every aspect of its business. The report also focused on all three elements of Sustainability namely, Social, environment and business and prioritizes these according to the current needs with a balanced approach.
SRC Specialty Chemicals Lahore Pakistan
Development and implementation of an integrated management system incorporating the following:
1. Upgradation of ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 management systems to the latest versions of these standards;
2. Development and implementation of Responsible Care Management System in compliance to RC 14001:2015 Standard within the framework of fully integrated management system.
Berger Paints-Lahore Pakistan
The EHSS comprehensive Audit and the Responsible Care Gap Analysis conducted at Berger Paints Lahore Pakistan premises on Multan Road and Head Office in Kot Lakhpat. Comprehensive checklists were developed and used to cover all aspects and operations of the Berger Paints Lahore Pakistan facilities. The context of the EHSS audit was based on the following standards and best practices:
- OSHA’s Process Safety Management System
- RC/ISO 14001 Standard
- OHSAS 18001 Standard
- NFPA 1: Fire Code
- NFPA 10: Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers
- NFPA 11: Standard for Low-, Medium-, and High-Expansion Foam
- NFPA 12: Standard on Carbon Dioxide Extinguishing Systems
- NFPA 12A: Standard on Halon 1301 Fire Extinguishing Systems
- NFPA 13: Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems
- NFPA 15: Standard for Water Spray Fixed Systems for Fire Protection
- NFPA 17: Standard for Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems
- NFPA 25: Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems
- NFPA 33: Standard for Spray Application Using Flammable or Combustible Materials
- NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code
- NFPA 77: Recommended Practice on Static Electricity
- NFPA 329: Recommended Practice for Handling Releases of Flammable and Combustible Liquids and Gases
- NFPA 600: Standard on Facility Fire Brigades
- NFPA 1221: Standard for the Installation, Maintenance, and Use of Emergency Services Communications Systems
Saudi Aramco Total Refinery and Petrochemical Company Trainings
The trainings were aimed to create an in-depth understanding of various elements of the newly-revised Environmental Management System Standard, ISO 14001:2015 for EMS departmental employees training them in implementing the revised standard within Satorp facilities in Saudi Arabia. The training also focused on understanding the changes in the newly-revised standard as compared to the previous version, conceptual understanding of the various terms/concepts used in the newly-revised standard helping in successful implementation of changes, identification and explanation of the important roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders/interested parties in establishing a successful EMS, and in understanding how Satorp’s existing EMS is affected by the newly-revised standard.
Hail Cement KSA
Development and implementation of an integrated management framework, HIMS (HCC’s Integrated Management System). The integration included the following standards and involved third-party certification under the integrated framework:
- ISO 9001, Quality Management System
- RC 14001, Environmental Management System
- OHSAS 18001, Health & Safety Management System.
HIMS was developed under a fully integrated model and is a robust and flexible model which could be used to incorporate any future standards which the Company may wish to go for.
Hail Cement-Management of Internal Audit Program
Internal audit program management under the Hail Cement Company’s Integrated Management System framework (HIMS). The internal audit program management included internal audit program development, quarterly audits, issuance of HIMS internal Audit consolidated reports, issuance of Non-Conformance Reports, issuance of Corrective and Preventive Action Plans/Reports, closure of all the internal audit action items, training of three employees as auditors on each quarterly audit, and monthly awareness bulletins on HIMS and internal audits.
Development and implementation of Sabic Corporate Management System in compliance to RC 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001, and Sabic SHEM Standards. The developed SCMS linked the corporate management system with all Sabic affiliates in KSA and abroad. The scope also included the RC 14001 certification under the corporate scheme with successful certification of all KSA affiliates in 2011.
National Industrialization Company (TASNEE)-KSA
Tasnee Responsible Care project included system analysis, review of the organizational resources and the current system, level of the compliance, identification of strength and weaknesses, identification of systems/processes needed to fulfil the requirements of Responsible Care Management System Standard RC 14001:2008. Moreover, the project included:
- Initial study and report on key aspects and exhaustive data/information on RC integration;
- Providing guidance on Aspects identification and significance determination;
- Providing guidance on preparation of RC 14001 program, policy development and goals and objectives development;
- Guidance on preparation of documentation including Aspects Register, Legal Register, System Manual, Procedures, Work/Control Instructions, Checklists, Emergency Plans, etc.;
- Coordination and assistance to all functions/departments on documentation review;
- Coordination and assistance on the approval and formal release of documentation for implementation;
- Trainings on awareness and internal auditing
Under the integration project following milestones were achieved:
- Development and implementation of an Integrated Management System framework and related procedures in compliance to ISO 9001, RC/ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001;
- Development for RC Codes and related procedures;
- Conducting Awareness Training Sessions;
- Responsible Care Certification RC 14001;
- Facilitated teams in developing procedures for RC codes;
- Trainings and awareness sessions for management and employees;
- Internal Audit facilitation.
Sabic Terminal Services-KSA
Under the Risk Management Program, Offsite Consequence Analysis was conducted for Sabic Terminal Services Company, a Sabic affiliate in Jubail, Saudi Arabia. SabTank is a facility which stores and handles large quantities of very hazardous chemicals therefore it was essential and strategically important to prepare and implement programs to prevent the accidental release of those chemicals and to mitigate the consequences of any releases that do occur. The analysis helped in achieving the client’s objectives. Manual calculations were carried out in the entire analysis based on client’s requirements. The analysis was conducted based on the EPA rule which defines three Program levels.
Following steps were followed to carry out an offsite consequence analysis for SabTank Jubail. Before carrying out one or more worst-case and/or alternative release analyses, several pieces of information were obtained about the regulated/substances, the area surrounding SabTank site, and typical meteorological conditions:
- Determination of whether each regulated substance is toxic or flammable, as indicated in the EPA rule;
- Determination of the quantity of each substance held in the largest single tank/vessel or pipe;
- Collection of information about any passive or active mitigation measures that are in place for each substance;
- Whether the substance is stored as a gas, as a liquid, as a gas liquefied by refrigeration, or as a gas liquefied under pressure. For alternative scenarios involving a vapor cloud fire, similar information was collected for flammable substances;
- For toxic liquids, determination of the highest daily maximum temperature of the liquid, based on data for the previous three years, or process temperature, whichever higher;
- For toxic substances, determination whether the substance behaves as a dense or neutrally buoyant gas or vapor (see data sheet for all substances). For alternative scenarios involving a vapor cloud fire, similar information was needed for flammable substances;
Based on the information and data gathered, the Offsite Consequence Analysis was carried out including the following:
- Worst-case release scenarios
- Alternative release scenarios
- Prevention Programs
- Emergency Response Program
Sabic Terminal Services Jubail and Yanbu KSA
Environmental information Reports and Permit Application Packages. The reports and packages were prepared in accordance with the Royal Commission Environmental Regulations 2004 and 2010 revisions. The EIR reports were prepared for SabTank facilities at Jubail and Yanbu. The reports and packages were prepared and submitted for the issuance and renewal of Environmental Permits to Operate (EPO).