Instructions for Form BSEE-0131 "Performance Measures Data"

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Instructions for BSEE Form 0131 - Performance Measures Data
1. Company and Contact Information
a. Company Name(s): Enter the name of the parent operating company.
b. BSEE Region: Enter the BSEE Region in which the reporting facilities are located (GOMR, Pacific, or
Alaska). A single form for each Region must be submitted if an operator has facilities in more than one
Region.
c. Operator Code(s): Enter the parent and all other operator codes for which data are being reported.
d. Calendar Year: Enter the calendar year for which data is being reported. For example, “CY 2019”
data will be reported by the March 31, 2020 deadline.
e. Contact Name: Enter the name of the person who should be contacted if BSEE needs more
information.
f. Email Address: Enter the email address for the person listed under Contact Name.
g. Telephone: Enter the phone number for the person listed under Contact Name.
h. Fax: Enter the fax number for the person listed under Contact Name.
i. Date: Enter the date the form is submitted.
2. Safety: The three columns in this section represent the major types of operations represented on the outer
continental shelf. In general, well workover operations should be included in the drilling category.
Decommissioning operations should be included in the construction category. Please contact
SEMS@BSEE.Gov
if you need help determining which category for any other type of operation.
a. Injuries/Illnesses: For this section of the form, BSEE generally follows the Bureau of Labor Statistics
(BLS) guidelines for recording injuries and illnesses. Recordable injuries/illnesses required medical
treatment beyond first aid, but did not result in days away from work, restricted work, or transfer to
another job (DART). DART Recordable injuries/illnesses required medical treatment beyond first aid,
and also resulted in either days away from work, restricted work, or transfer to another job. Please
consider the two categories of “Recordable” and “DART” to be mutually exclusive – there should be no
overlap on the BSEE 0131 form.
i.
No. of Company Employee Recordable Injuries/Illnesses (Section A): By category (Production,
st
th
Drilling, and Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of
company employee recordable injuries and illnesses. Exclude DART injuries (Days Away, job
Restricted, or job Transfer).
ii.
No. of Contract Employee Recordable Injuries/Illnesses (Section B): By category (Production,
st
th
Drilling, and Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of
contract employee recordable injuries and illnesses. Exclude DART injuries (Days Away, job
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Instructions for BSEE Form 0131 - Performance Measures Data
1. Company and Contact Information
a. Company Name(s): Enter the name of the parent operating company.
b. BSEE Region: Enter the BSEE Region in which the reporting facilities are located (GOMR, Pacific, or
Alaska). A single form for each Region must be submitted if an operator has facilities in more than one
Region.
c. Operator Code(s): Enter the parent and all other operator codes for which data are being reported.
d. Calendar Year: Enter the calendar year for which data is being reported. For example, “CY 2019”
data will be reported by the March 31, 2020 deadline.
e. Contact Name: Enter the name of the person who should be contacted if BSEE needs more
information.
f. Email Address: Enter the email address for the person listed under Contact Name.
g. Telephone: Enter the phone number for the person listed under Contact Name.
h. Fax: Enter the fax number for the person listed under Contact Name.
i. Date: Enter the date the form is submitted.
2. Safety: The three columns in this section represent the major types of operations represented on the outer
continental shelf. In general, well workover operations should be included in the drilling category.
Decommissioning operations should be included in the construction category. Please contact
SEMS@BSEE.Gov
if you need help determining which category for any other type of operation.
a. Injuries/Illnesses: For this section of the form, BSEE generally follows the Bureau of Labor Statistics
(BLS) guidelines for recording injuries and illnesses. Recordable injuries/illnesses required medical
treatment beyond first aid, but did not result in days away from work, restricted work, or transfer to
another job (DART). DART Recordable injuries/illnesses required medical treatment beyond first aid,
and also resulted in either days away from work, restricted work, or transfer to another job. Please
consider the two categories of “Recordable” and “DART” to be mutually exclusive – there should be no
overlap on the BSEE 0131 form.
i.
No. of Company Employee Recordable Injuries/Illnesses (Section A): By category (Production,
st
th
Drilling, and Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of
company employee recordable injuries and illnesses. Exclude DART injuries (Days Away, job
Restricted, or job Transfer).
ii.
No. of Contract Employee Recordable Injuries/Illnesses (Section B): By category (Production,
st
th
Drilling, and Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of
contract employee recordable injuries and illnesses. Exclude DART injuries (Days Away, job
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Restricted, or job Transfer).
iii.
No. of Company Employee DART Injuries/Illnesses (Section C): By category (Production,
st
th
Drilling, and Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of
company employee DART injuries and illnesses. Exclude recordable injuries and illnesses that are
not classified as DART.
iv.
No. of Contract Employee DART Injuries/Illnesses (Section D): By category (Production,
st
th
Drilling, and Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of
contract employee DART injuries and illnesses. Exclude recordable injuries and illnesses that are
not classified as DART.
b.
Work Hours: Sections E and F are for reporting hours worked by company and contactor employees,
respectively. Include actual hours worked during the calendar year on the OCS by production,
drilling, and construction operations employees assigned to OCS locations. Transportation hours
worked offshore (pilot hours, employees being transferred from base to facility and back, transportation
of materials / equipment / supplies, etc.) should include all time worked regardless of location, but
should be allocated among multiple operators (if the services are shared), and distributed among the
categories identified in boldface above. Do not include hours for which the employee is off work or
sleeping. Therefore, record hours on a 24-hour basis only in the unusual event that an employee works
through a full day.
i.
Company Employee Hours Worked (Section E): By category (Production, Drilling, and
st
th
Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of hours worked by
company employees.
ii.
Contract Employee Hours Worked (Section F): By category (Production, Drilling, and
st
th
Construction) and quarter (1
through 4
of the calendar year), enter the number of hours worked by
contract employees.
3. Environment
a. For Oil Spills < 1 bbl (Section H)
i. No. of Spills: Enter the number of oil spills that were less than one barrel each.
ii. Total Volume for Spills: Enter the total volume, in barrels, of oil spills listed on the line
above this one. You may use up to six decimal places to represent fractions of a barrel.
b. Note that BSEE is no longer requiring the submission of NPDES wastewater non-compliances
on this form but will instead gather that information from the EPA ECHO database
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