Safety Mission: Create a safe and caring culture where all involved in our operations return home better educated as safety minded individuals.
Safety Vision: Create a truly great company – a company where safe quality workmanship is the norm; where we can strive to be the best we can be, and where great things are accomplished.
Achieving safety excellence requires going beyond the traditional safety focus of engineering and regulations. Because human behavior is a contributing cause to most incidents and injuries, safety excellence can only be achieved by addressing the human dimensions of safety. Therefore reducing at-risk behavior and increasing safe behavior requires understanding how these behaviors are motivated.
Safety Program Components
Behavior Based Safety (BOSS)
ALLIANCE OFFSHORE behavior process approach should empower employees to be more actively involved in specifying, defining and assessing correct safety practices. Safe behaviors are defined and objectively described through observation so that it is clear to all parties (management and workers) exactly what the employees should do and how they should do it. These expectations will be documented. Employees will be randomly observed and both safe and at risk behaviors will be defined, and measured to positively identify areas in need of improvement. This employee-based process should increase behavioral awareness and motivate worker adherence to our safety performance standards.
Behavioral Job Safety & Environmental Analysis (BJSEA)
A Behavior Job Safety Environmental Analysis (BJSEA), as the name implies, is designed for analyzing a job, specifically in the area of actions or behaviors related to health, safety and environment hazards and risks toward the ultimate objective of eliminating the likelihood of workplace incidents. BJSEA emphasizes the key tasks of the job, energy source identification associated with each job task, hazard identification and risk assessment, and actions. BJSEA is also critical to improving communication above and beyond procedures already in place.SHORT SERVICE EMPLOYEE PROGRAM
To ensure that The Alliance Offshore's short service employees are identified, appropriately supervised, trained and managed in order to prevent accidents such as personal injury, injury to others, environmental damage or property damage.
SSE Definition: Any Alliance Offshore employee with less than 6 months of service in the same job type with his/her present employer.
Single person crew cannot be an SSE
Crew sizes of less than five shall have no more than one SSE
Crews that have more than 20 percent SSE personnel shall only be permitted with written Variance Form.
Site/Vessel Visitation Log Process
Promotes a safe work environment by detecting unsafe conditions and/or undesirable behaviors of employees; Heightens overall safety awareness and promote TEAM focus on IFO.
Prompts equipment operators, supervisors, and field personnel to effectively and continuously take ownership in the monitoring of all factors related to safe and incident free IFO operational capabilities and maintenance requirements of Company assets.
Establish and document periodic operational status of all vessels as relates to factors that may result in an incident, failures or any other undesirable outcome.
Quarterly Employee Gatherings
Engagement opportunities for Management and Vessel Officers to exchange information on operational issues, safety and environmental statistics, as well as ways to enhance safety aboard all Alliance Vessels
Weekly On-Shore/On-Vessel Safety Meetings
Vessel-specific safety and environmental issues are discussed and logged, as well as any recent incidents and near misses are reviewed in detail.
Alliance Offshore, LLC, has developed a comprehensive Safety Management System comprised of many elements, which support our customers SEMS programs. In addition to the customer support, Our SMS was developed in an effort to promote safety and environmental protection. This comprehensive Safety Management System supports all 13 critical SEMS components, as well as the complex interactions among these components.