HSE Overkill

I was recently on a crew where they had a HSE policy which placed emphasis on the top 5 risks for the current project. While I was there the HSE people from their head office decided, in their infinite wisdom, to change the policy to the top 10 risks. This made for a long winded discussion on what items should be in the top 10 and then what order to put them in. It also made it very difficult for anybody to keep track of what the top items are. In matters of HSE, like most other matters, I believe … Continue reading