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Safety strategy and performance standards

A class with identifier http://rds.posccaesar.org/ontology/plm/rdl/PCA_100006428

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Source ontology norsok-z001
Comment The Safety Strategy shall outline the design principles for layout, configuration, arrangement and the selection and role of safety barriers to be implemented to manage risk. The strategy shall include the Fire and Explosion Strategy (FES), the Emergency, Evacuation and Rescue Strategy (EER), the ESD philosophy, F&G detection philosophy and other high-level design and operational aspects related to safety barriers.nnThe Safety Strategy shall reflect installation specific conditions, including, but not limited to, environment and climate, competence of staff, cultural elements, infrastructure such as transport, external emergency preparedness resources, telecommunications, health care, availability of water supplies and electricity etc. The Safety Strategy shall document both general and area-specific strategies to manage risk.
NORSOK Z-001 rationale The Safety Strategy describes how risks are to be managed based on the outcome of a systematic identification and evaluation of the hazards and effects which may arise on the actual installation.
NORSOK Z-001 interests stakeholder category environmental
health
safety
NORSOK Z-001 describes structural element Facility
NORSOK Z-001 definition The Safety Strategy shall outline the design principles for layout, configuration, arrangement and the selection and role of safety barriers to be implemented to manage risk. The strategy shall include the Fire and Explosion Strategy (FES), the Emergency, Evacuation and Rescue Strategy (EER), the ESD philosophy, F&G detection philosophy and other high-level design and operational aspects related to safety barriers.nnThe Safety Strategy shall reflect installation specific conditions, including, but not limited to, environment and climate, competence of staff, cultural elements, infrastructure such as transport, external emergency preparedness resources, telecommunications, health care, availability of water supplies and electricity etc. The Safety Strategy shall document both general and area-specific strategies to manage risk.
skos:broadMatch health protection information
equipment protection information
environment protection information
skos:broader Standards
Strategy

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