Nebosh Igc Practical Assessment Report (Sample)

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Nebosh Igc Practical Assessment Report (Sample)

By | September 2013
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INTERNATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE (2011 specification) UNIT IGC3 – THE HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICAITON

Candidate report template

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Introduction including overview of area inspected and activities taking place This report follows an inspection of the worksites of an oil and gas company based in XXX in order to meet the requirements of the NEBOSH IGC 3 practical application. The Company is a leading engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) focused on the offshore upstream oil and gas market worldwide. The company’s headquarter is in XXX and one of its four (4) geographical business unit is in the XXX. It has about 14, 500 employees worldwide in 14 countries of operation. The site where the inspection was conducted was in its XXX. The areas covered on this inspection are limited on selected areas in the Yard Facility namely: the general fabrication yard, facilities department, pipe shop, deck shop and deck erection area and its immediate surrounding area. Regular daily work activities in the work site are happening during the time of the inspection. Since the inspector is part of the company’s HSES team, immediate actions or corrective actions were done on the spot as necessary.

Executive Summary Upon completion of the inspection, the inspector found there were several areas of concern which lead to breaches to the following Health and Safety legislations: Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH), Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 The health and safety of the employees, clients, subcontractors and visitor working on the Facility may be at risk if these concerns will not be looked into or treated with high importance. Failure to...