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 OGIL - Companies QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
Quality, Health, Safety & Environment (QHSE) is a vital part of all management staff of OGIL. To achieve (QHSE) task it requires a professional management approach. Three major reasons for this are:
  • Managers are responsible for the safety, health, environmental protection & Quality Control.
  • Managing (QHSE) provides significant opportunities for managing costs.
  • QHSE & Risk Management system provides an operational strategy to improve overall management performance.
Managers Are Responsible for the Quality, Health, Safety & Environment (QHSE)
A manager’s responsibility for productivity and profitability is substantial. But responsibility for the safety and health of employees is awesome! Machines, material and market strategies can be explained terms of facts and figures, but there is simply no way to satisfactorily explain to a grief-stricken family on their loved one’s death, loss of sight or permanent disability. A dollar loss on the balance sheet is temporary, and can be regained through better management, but there is no way to regain the human losses.
 
Managing QHSE and other Loss-Related Areas Provides Significant Opportunities for Managing Costs
Accidents are expensive. Obvious cost items include workers, compensation, medical insurance, damage to equipment and product, environmental damage, downtime, repairs, replacement, lawsuits and liability. Other significant costs include investigation time, costs of hiring and/ or training replacements, lost productivity, overtime, extra supervisory time, clerical time and loss of business and goodwill.

Traditionally, (QHSE) has been considered as an expense, as a cost of doing business. However, OGIL- Management treats it as an investment with significant returns, both human and economic.

OGIL is now looking at QHSE & Risk Management expenditures as opportunities which are considered just as important as production oriented investments.

More effective QHSE programs, aimed at the control of all losses, produce greater profitability by reducing costs.