1.11 Management Of Change (process flow (risk assessment n mitigation…
1.11 Management Of Change
The fundamental MOC principle is that recommended changes shall be evaluated, reviewed and approved at a level commensurate with the risk involved.
CHANGE … is any technical modification with potential integrity implications which may have impact on HSE, schedule and quality
to ensure that a proper level of review(s) is applied to prevent adverse HSE effects from changes. MOC ensures that the integrity of the installation and the impact to people, asset, environment and reputation is not compromised by adequate evaluation of hazards related to change.
to provide a coherent, systematic, and practical approach for all end-usersto implement in order to ensure that changes considered meet the objectives without adverse side-effects and reduce the identified risks to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) levels
MOC is the discipline of identifying the components of a continually evolving system in an HCU/BU/OPU/Projects including their system interfaces, for the purpose of controlling changes to these components and maintaining integrity and traceability throughout the system life cycle.
categories of change
facility n process related change
Existing Facility & Process
Procedural Related Change
Organizational Related Change
nurture of changes
Change within Change
change initiation /proposal
risk assessment n mitigation
impact on ppl
impact on asset
planning n execution
preparation prior to commissioning
action tracking n follow up