Definition: What does an EHS manager do?
EHS is the abbreviation of environment, health & safety
Note: The terms EHS Manager and HSE Manager are used synonymously!
An EHS Manager is responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring and optimising operational processes in the areas of environmental management, health protection and occupational safety. An EHS manager has detailed knowledge of the planning and realisation of environmental audits, and is responsible for the development and maintenance of integrated management systems.
EHS manager for the oil industry
Environmental protection, health and good occupational safety are of fundamental importance, especially for oil companies and other enterprises involved in oil, natural gas and geothermal exploration and production. This applies to onshore and offshore extraction in Germany as well as many other countries around the world.
Project management through an external HSE manager
In order to correctly and cost-effectively follow the numerous procedures, specifications, guidelines and certifications for the implementation of environment, health and safety activities, companies in the development of crude oil, natural gas and geothermal deposits often engage external EHS managers as service providers to implement occupational safety management systems, quality management systems and environmental management systems.
For companies in Germany and around the world in oil, natural gas and geothermal exploration and production, EDP Solutions offers trained EHS managers and HSE managers >> EDP Solutions EHS manager for HSE management
EHS ISO standards: ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 18001
• ISO 9001 ff – Quality Management
• ISO 14001 ff – Environmental Management, EMAS Directive
• ISO 18001 – OHSAS System (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
With EDP Solutions, companies in oil, natural gas and geothermal exploration and production can engage an EHS manager as a service provider for HSE management -> info
EHS management -> HSE management