HSE Team has developed “Guidelines for Identification of Safety Critical Equipment”. The document covers integrity of critical equipment and systems, failure of which could cause or a purpose of which is to prevent or limit the effect of a major accident. The integrity of such equipment is essential through out the lifecycle of facilities.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has become a significant environmental issue and with the increased building tightness, the growing use of synthetic materials, and energy conservation measures that reduce the amount of outside air supply as well as use of modern office equipment (e.g. photocopiers, laser printers, and computers), cleaning products, and outdoor air pollution can also increase the level of indoor air contamination. In the view of the above HSE department has arranged monitoring of Indoor Air Quality at PSO House. Observations and recommendations has been shared with concerned to bridge the identified gap accordingly.
Environmental Audits have been conducted at various PSO facilities with the vision to assess and improve environmental friendly practices. The overall objectives of the Audit were: