Level 1 : Where to Start
This section outlines the basic requirements to complete the Supply Chain Management element of an HP Program using best practice guidance and free-to-access templates and toolkits.
WHO WOULD APPLY THIS?
Supply chain professionals, HSE and quality professionals, engineers, operational leaders.
Level 2 and Level 3 are currently under development and will be published soon.
STEP 1 : WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?
- Foundations of key HP topics as per this RP
- Key HP requirements for design of products
- Key HP requirements for executing services
STEP 2 : WHERE CAN YOU LEARN IT?
Enrol on FREE 'HP For All' eLearning :
It is recommended that you complete this freely available online course hosted by the Energy Institute. It provides a good foundation in Human Performance principles and applications. It takes around 2 hours to complete.
Read IOGP Report 454 : Human factors engineering in projects : This publication was jointly developed by the Energy Institute and IOGP. The aim of the document is to provide the oil and gas industry with recommended good practice on the effective application of human factors engineering on oil and gas projects.
STEP 3 : WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO?
- Upskill supply chain professionals, key account managers, procurement specialists on HP using this RP and the HP pathway as a guidance
- Agree with key stakeholders how to integrate HP requirements and expectations into the bidding process, contractual language for products and services
STEP 4 : USE TOOLS, TEMPLATES AND EXAMPLES
The following tools and templates will be coming soon.
Example of HP language to be added to the bidding process
Example of scoring process and criteria to evaluate bids incorporating HP
A list of HP requirements for design of products
Training materials on usability, and user-centred design with examples of products well and poorly designed
Example of HP language to be integrated into contracts for facilities, products, tools and equipment
Example of HP language to be integrated into contracts for services