HSE and Quality
Our Experience - Your Safety

  • SU Consulting AS believes that good quality management involves working systematically with quality in all phases and aspects of a project. 
  • In this process, it is important that the customer's requirements and expectations for quality are clear, and that there is a balanced relationship between the quality and the value of the product or service provided. 
  • This perspective seems to have received less attention than managing and controlling hours and progress, but is just as basic and crucial to a successful project. 
  • We can assist with the establishment of a CS system that suits your needs, which makes it easier and less time-consuming to follow up HSE work in a structured way.

  • We also assist with HSE work and quality assurance at the construction site.
    We know what requirements apply to your business.

We also assist with HSE work and quality assurance at the construction site. We know what requirements apply to your business. 

Do you have questions regarding: 

  • What rules apply to your industry?
  • What responsibility does your company have with regard to HSE?
  • Are the regulations met?
  • Does your company have a KS system that is tailored to your business needs / that is optimal?

We assist in the preparation of: 

  • Documents of Health and Quality Project
  • Terms and Project Metals
  • SJA (Safe Job Analysis)
  • Risk Analysis
  • SHA-Management
  • HSE
  • Quality

  • SHA-MANAGEMENT

    In all types of projects it is important to have a high focus on HSE. We see from experience that this is something worthwhile. Many contractors and builders "opt out" of these tasks in a busy day. Follow-up and control of pay and working conditions are particularly important.

    HSE management is usually included under construction management. At SU Consulting AS, we believe that HSE management should have its own role in projects. The HSE tasks often conflict with the main focus of the project and construction manager. 

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    • Controlling the pay and working conditions of the contractors 
  • Updating, completing and distributing the HSE plan to all actors in the project 
  • Follow up on the preparation of schedules (progress plans) to ensure that sufficient time is allocated for the execution of the various work operations. 
  • Follow up that employers and one-man businesses implement the plan for safety, health and working environment 
  • Coordinate the work of employers and one-man businesses that can influence each other in terms of safety, health and the working environment, including cooperation between employers and one-man businesses
    • Ensure that the employer follows up on the requirements in section 9 - Preventive work 
    • Make sure that checklists are kept 
    • Conduct HSE startup meeting at construction site 
    • Ensure that the protection service is established on site and that the main company fulfills its obligations under contract 
    • Supervise HSE on site and attend safety rounds and safety meetings. 
    • Take a look at HSE related issues
    • Record deviations from the HSE plan and ensure that the deviations are closed. Make sure the routine for nonconformity treatment works 
    • Writing nonconformities / RUH if critical conditions are revealed at the construction site. (Deviations from the HSE plan, laws / regulations and possible client requirements) 
    • Ensure that HSE becomes a fixed point at construction meetings and report on HSE status (monthly.) 
    • Report continuously to the builder's representative, BHR