Develop solutions for risk prevention and performance improvement to help organizations create long-term value through SafeLand technical and professional expertise.
Expand the excellence aura to new horizons by becoming the leading QHSE service provider in Iran.
We firmly believe that all losses of people, property, and processes result from management failure and are preventable. Therefore, we promote the following values:
- Zero accidents
- Zero process losses
- Zero harmful emissions
- Zero health-related incidents
- Zero lapses in security
The SeaLand QHSE department is responsible for ensuring the implementation of IOGP 510 OMS (Operating Management Systems) standards in SeaLand and all its departments. All management system standards in various areas will be integrated into OMS to harmonize business processes and support the company’s strategic direction.
SeaLand QHSE department consists of four processes:
- OMS section: Responsible for ensuring the effectiveness of management systems.
- SQ (Service Quality) section: Responsible for operational service quality control. Each operational segment has an assigned Service Quality Coach (SQC).
- HSE section: Responsible for Health, Safety, and Environmental matters.
- QC segment: Responsible for coordinating, conducting, and controlling inspection processes based on standards such as DS1, API 5CT, etc., related to tools/equipment.
Currently, the following standards have been integrated into OMS, in addition to the IOGP 510 requirement:
- ISO 9001:2015 – Quality management systems
- ISO 45001:2018 – Occupational health and safety management systems
- ISO 14001: 2015 – Environmental management systems
- ISO 29001: 2020 – Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries – Sector-specific quality management systems
The QHSE OMS Framework is designed to cover all phases of SeaLand’s business activities, and the term “operating” encompasses the entire business lifecycle. SeaLand QHSE has customized the implementation of OMS ten elements to address the differences in risk and complexity across its range of activities. QHSE OMS allows SeaLand to address different types of risks and business approaches, including the integration of social responsibility, quality, occupational health and safety, and security, among others.
QHSE OMS will be applied whenever SeaLand has direct management control over activities. When activities are not directly managed by SeaLand, it is important to ensure that risks are managed at the appropriate level. This is particularly important when working in partnerships, including with contractors, subcontractors, and other suppliers, partner-operated joint ventures, or when SeaLand is supplying products to customers or collaborating with local communities.
Inspection is a subset of QC that includes measuring, examining, testing or gauging one or more characteristics of a product and comparing the results with specified requirements and pre-set standards in order to establish whether conformity is achieved for each characteristic (as defined by ISO 2859).
The inspection scope typically includes the following categories:
- Packaging & Labeling
- Visual Inspection
- Functional Testing
- Non-Destructive Testing
- Pre-shipment Inspection
- Inspection during manufacturing.
The detailed Inspection Test Plan (ITP)/ Inspection Scope (IS) is agreed through the consensus amongst the consensus among relevant stakeholders during a Pre-Inspection Meeting (PIM). The measuring tools and equipment used in inspection procedure must have organized calibration/maintenance plans in order to prevent the defective inspections (according to ISO 17025).
The typical standards included in the inspection for determining the acceptance criteria are as follows:
- TH HILL DS-1 Volume 3, 4TH Edition (used for drill stem inspections)
- API Specification 5CT, 10th Edition (Casing and tubing specifications)
- API Specification 5L, 46th Edition (Line pipe specifications)
- NACE MR-0175 (ISO 15156, Part 1,2,3) (Materials for use in H2S-containing environments in oil and gas production)
- API 6A, 21st Edition (used for wellhead and tree equipment)
- ISO 2859-1 (Sampling procedure for inspection by attribute part 1: Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection)
- ISO 10893-5 (Nondestructive testing of steel tubes. Magnetic particle inspection of seamless and welded ferromagnetic steel tubes for the detection of the surface imperfections)
- ISO 23936: 2011 (Petroleum and natural gas industries-nonmetallic materials in contact with media related to oil and gas productions)
The QHSE department has developed and ensured the full implementation of the following policies with full commitment of SeaLand’s top management:
|Sexual Harassment Policy
||Business Ethics Policy
|Substance Abuse Policy
||Human Capital Management Policy
|Conflict of Interest Policy
||Financial Reporting Policy
||Competition Law Policy
|Data Privacy and Protection Policy
||Employee Security Policy
|Immigration Compliance Policy
||Intellectual Property Policy
|Non-Disclosure Agreement Policy
||Opportunity and Risk Management Policy
|Procurement & Sourcing Policy
||Trade Compliance Policy
|Research & Development, Manufacturing & Maintenance Policy
||Confidentiality & Information Security Policy
The QHSE department supports the OMS implementation, HSE services, service quality operations and the QC inspection to assist all stakeholders in operation and support segments.
This management system is documented through various types of documents and archived one of the following criteria:
Minutes of meetings