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    • Leveraging Technology for Effective EHSManagement Systems Planning andEstablishing ObjectivesSusan Mazzarella, LEED APManaging Principal
    • Agenda2 ISO 14001 or OHSAS 18001 conformant management system need toperform some key Planning steps to ensure success. Process for settingenvironmental aspects, occupational health and safety hazards, andObjectives (aka performance goals) Common challenges in performing these steps, and keeping them up-to-date include change management and consistency. Technology solutions for this purpose are getting better and better. An example Risk Assessment (Job Hazard Analysis) software will be shownas part of this discussion. Q&A© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Terminology Overview ISO 14001 (14k): Environmental Management Systemstandard OHSAS 18001 (18k): Occupational Health & SafetyManagement System standard– Similar to ISO 9001 (Quality) standard– Integrated management system = EHS-MS Approximately 80% overlap between 14k and 18krequirements3
    • Management Systems DriversDriversCorporateEHSPerform-anceCustomerSupplyChainIncreasedMarketShare
    • Semiconductor Industry Benchmarking5 Intel: Company-wide certificate for ISO 14001 and OHSAS18001 Samsung: Many sites registered to ISO 14001 and OHSAS18001; some still in progress STMicroelectronics: All manufacturing and many non-manufacturing sites ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001 certified© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Solar Industry Benchmarking6 Innotech Solar: ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001 SolarWorld: ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001 Canadian Solar: ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001 First Solar: ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001 Suntech: ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • 14k/18k ElementsPolicyPlanningImplementation& OperationChecking &Corrective ActionManagementReview7Plan/Do/Check/ActLoop19 Clauses ineach standard“Performance” not“Prescriptive” Based7© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Key Steps to Planning PhasePlanningChecking &Corrective ActionPolicyManagementReviewImplementation& Operation• Identify EnvironmentalAspects and Impacts andOHS Hazards and Risks• Prioritize Aspects andHazards• Establish Objectives andTargets• Develop and ImplementEnvironmentalManagement Programs© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc. 8
    • 9EHS PlanningEnvironmentalAspectsHealth &Safety Hazards© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Health & Safety Hazard10SourceActSituation© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.with a potentialfor harm
    • Health & Safety Risks11© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.LikelihoodofOccurrenceSeverity ofInjury/IllHealthRisk
    • 12Common ChallengesLack ofConsistencyChangeManagementLack ofTraining© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • How can Technology Improve the Process?13 Ensure JHA data is collected and recorded in a consistent,standardized way in a central repository Utilize that data to help organization prioritize controls Analyze the effectiveness and impact of those controls– Required under Performance Measurement and Monitoring in OHSAS 18k Increase the accountability for the utilization of safety resources Drive the continued improvement of your safety program© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Organize Exposure Groups Job/Task Description Department Location Division State Identify HomogenousExposure Groups– What’s common toeveryone?– What’s common toeveryone in» An office?» In manufacturing?» In shipping/receiving?14© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Example: Remedy Interactive JHA Software15 iPad compatible Customize Setup– Populate with your organization’s terminology– Limit options for certain fields to ensure consistency– Use your homogeneous exposure groups to organize thestructure© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Enter the JobSearchableby JobName,Department,Location,Hazard,Keyword,etc.16© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • 17Identifying Hazards for the Job/Task© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.Hazard IdentificationModifications toEHS-MSExternal EventsHuman FactorsContractors/VisitorsWorkplace DesignChanges orProposed ChangesNon-routineActivitiesRoutine Activities
    • Enter eachHazardEnter riskscore foreach HazardMuch morepowerful thanjust enteringa risk scorefor the entirejob18© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Identify theTasksassociatedwith the JobEnter photos19© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Enterpotentialhazard type,hazardcategory, riskranking andcontrols20© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • EnterESTABLISHEDandPROPOSEDcontrols21© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • CompareEstablishedandProposedControls22© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • 23© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Sort by HighRiskUse thisinformation toset Objectivesand TargetsFind commonHazards e.g.Lack ofoxygen24© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • High Risk Hazard: Lack of Oxygen in Tank Cleaning Activities25Example Objective to Address High RiskJobs© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc. Objective: Lower risk of Oxygen Affixation in Tank CleaningActivities Target: Identify and Implement Controls that Reduce Risk toModerate– Identify project work teams, timeframes, resources needed,deliverables, etc.
    • Evaluate High Risks for Objectives26 Identify common hazards that if addressed, could lowermultiple job risks Apply new proposed controls to quickly quantify riskmitigation Identify problem areas (e.g. jobs, departments, locations) forspecial focus© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • Embrace Technology27 Virtually eliminate JHA program process failures Demonstrate compliance with legal and other requirements Run reports, charts, graphs quickly and accurately Using an iPad, can be completed real-time in the field Cut down program administration time, and increase thetime spent on mitigation of risk All of these benefits = Reduced risk!© 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc.
    • © 2013 Environmental and Occupational Risk Management, Inc. 28Thank you!Susan Mazzarellamazzarellas@eorm.com949.420.0660