- Duration in hours: 4 x 4h
- Module level: Foundation
Overview: Waste Management is an integral part of Management of the Environment. Oil and Gas Operators have made public commitment to reduce the production of waste and increase their recovery. It is the entire responsibility of the Operator to manage its waste and ensure traceability of it until its final disposal.
In offshore operations it is a sensitive issue framed by stringent international and local regulations protecting the integrity of the oceans.
The course, after having described the diversity of issues of waste and pollutions generated by the Oil and Gas Operations, describes the regulatory frame of Waste Management.
In a third section, it details the Process of Waste Management through a structured Plan defining first the Roles & Responsibilities of the Actors of WM and closing by the Indicators and Reporting allowing to continuously improve the Process.
Audience: Head of HSE department, HSE Engineers, HSE Superintendents: All personnel involved in the monitoring of Operator and Contractor performance in term of Waste Management. Members of the administration dealing with the Environment issues of the O&G Industry.
Deliverables: By the end of the course Participants will feel confident in their understanding of:
- The diversity of issues and the various waste generated by the O&G Operations,
- The International Regulatory frame, the Best Practices of the Industry in terms of Waste Management,
- The Waste Management Plans & Procedures,
- The Monitoring & KPIs.
By the end of the course Participants will be able to:
- To implement and manage a full Waste Management Plan.
Certificate: The training will be open and closed by an online test. Upon completion of the training, including the test, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance issued by Adinergy.
Diversity of Issues: Waste: An Environmental Issue – Waste Impacts - Waste Identification & Quantification – Waste Management Definitions.
Regulatory Frame - Best Available Techniques: International Conventions related to Waste Management, International Guidelines & Standards, National Legislation & Company Rules, BAT definition & examples.
The Waste Management Plan:
• Roles & Responsibilities.
• Review of Waste Infrastructures in Country.
• Waste Limitation and Production Prevention
• Collection, Segregation and Storage before Processing
• Waste Transportation
• Waste Treatment
• Waste Traceability.
Audit – Reporting - Improvement: Audit - Performance Indicators – Reporting – Training.