30 CFR § 250.1902 - What must I include in my SEMS program?

§ 250.1902 What must I include in my SEMS program?

You must have a properly documented SEMS program in place and make it available to BSEE upon request as required by § 250.1924(b).

(a) Your SEMS program must meet the minimum criteria outlined in this subpart, including the following SEMS program elements:

(1) General (see § 250.1909)

(2) Safety and Environmental Information (see § 250.1910)

(3) Hazards Analysis (see § 250.1911)

(4) Management of Change (see § 250.1912)

(5) Operating Procedures (see § 250.1913)

(6) Safe Work Practices (see § 250.1914)

(7) Training (see § 250.1915)

(8) Mechanical Integrity (Assurance of Quality and Mechanical Integrity of Critical Equipment) (see § 250.1916)

(9) Pre-startup Review (see § 250.1917)

(10) Emergency Response and Control (see § 250.1918)

(11) Investigation of Incidents (see § 250.1919)

(12) Auditing (Audit of Safety and Environmental Management Program Elements) (see § 250.1920)

(13) Recordkeeping (Records and Documentation) and additional BSEE requirements (see § 250.1928)

(14) Stop Work Authority (SWA) (see § 250.1930)

(15) Ultimate Work Authority (UWA) (see § 250.1931)

(16) Employee Participation Plan (EPP) (see § 250.1932)

(17) Reporting Unsafe Working Conditions (see § 250.1933).

(b) You must include a job safety analysis (JSA) for OCS activities identified or discussed in your SEMS program (see § 250.1911).

(c) Your SEMS program must meet or exceed the standards of safety and environmental protection of API RP 75 (as incorporated by reference in § 250.198).

[76 FR 64462, Oct. 18, 2011, as amended at 78 FR 20440, Apr. 5, 2013]

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