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Use myinfo 2007

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  • 1. Observations Problem of achieving Active Monitoring systems goals if you are Inspections Leads to unorganised and lack CHANGE Reactive Monitoring 2nd Level direction Investigations UseMy.Info UseMy.Info RISK   Main Menu Main Menu Original Plans UseMy.Info General Patterns of Home GOAL ATTAINMENT Behaviour Home CONTROL Zone Control Our Service The way we see the situation Existing Control System Our Service Registration 1st Level for Safety Registration Existing Safety Policy Risk Assessments Zone Control System Zone Control System Policy Safe Systems of Work L = SAFETY Induction Training Cognitive Behavioural Risk Management Risk Management Annual Training Initiative Safety Zero Harm Fire Safety Fire Safety COMPLIANCE   Communication Free Safety Review Free Safety Review   We want to go to work and come COOPERATION home without harm Pub Guide to Safety Pub Guide to Safety   UseMy.Info COOPERATION Basic Health and   Basic Health and Time management Safety Training Safety Training Guide for Safety and activity   Control: allocating responsibilities, securingmilestones planning, commitment, instruction and supervision. Risk Management RTITB Training RTITB Training Control: allocating responsibilities, securing commitment, instruction and supervision. Risk Management Planning and Implementing and realistic goals Co-operation: between individuals and groups. Rational Organisation Co-operation: between individuals and groups. Free Downloads from Free Downloads from Guidebook, Worksheets, Coordination: integrating groups of people with  tasks, Organising People, Tasks, Activities, Files, PDFs activities and events the HSE, ACAS, the HSE, ACAS, Coordination: integrating groups of people with  tasks, activities and events COORDINATE Events etc NIOSH and much NIOSH and much Compliance: with current Legislation, Regulations, ACOP, Guidance, Rules, Policies and Procedures much more Rules, Regulations, Compliance: with current Legislation, Regulations, ACOP,The problem Guidance, Rules, Policies and Procedures much more Policies and Procedures Introduction to safety gives a basic of integrating Communication: spoken, written and visible, from the centre out    Communication: spoken, written and visible, from the centre out the system understanding required to achieve initial goal   Do your rules, 2 and raise the level of awareness with your Competence: recruitment, training and advisory support. b    regulations, policies and IMPACT THE CONCEPTUAL MODEL PRODUCING COMPETENCE IN and advisory support. Competence: recruitment, training SAFETY BEHAVIOUR  UseMy.Info work practice IMPACT THE CONCEPTUAL MODEL PRODUCING COMPETENCE IN SAFETY BEHAVIOUR  UseMy.Info procedures match your TIME objectives? The “seven zeros”= zero harm The “seven zeros”= zero harm COST 2The rationalisation of industrial plants has led to the development of a stringent quality policy, in which seven zeros symbolise the challenges to be met: zero breakdowns – zero lead times –zero paper – zero contempt – zero defects – zero stock –zero accidents.
  • 2. Focus on what you really need to achieve, rather nd than what you think you might need when creating a The working 2 Level Revised Plans safety culture, organisation is the key to successful Environment is broken Virtuous implementation. down into Nine Zones. Circle GOAL ATTAINMENT For each zone list, all CONTROL UseMy.Info types of people, their The new way we see the situation activities or tasks and Zone Control equipment or materials System used to perform it. RISK How Owners, Controllers and Producers view safety Basic Policy for Safety for Safety COMPLIANCE and how each will benefit – sets out your from a safety culture. intentions and commitment to provide a safe working Policy It is important to environment involve all Free Safety employees in your Review It is important to safety initiative, as L = SAFETY Cognitive Behavioural conduct an initial Safety Initiative their input is as safety review to Zero Harm important as your own for successful COOPERATION establish a baseline   Validation to work from and to Communication implementation build on We want to go to work and come UseMy.Info home without harm Employee involvement in the Monitor and safety initiative builds Review commitment; better still theGAP Integrated formation of a safety committeeAudit System – Measuring Performance or steering groupsee plan Further Organisation Reviewing Performance INTEGRATION Auditing  Organising Groups of People, Tasks, COORDINATE Activates, Events with Equipment and   Materials used in the process working in each separate zone – Observe Who does what, where, The ergonomic solution when, how and why? what with? Time taken at what cost
  • 3.  SCARCITY ENVIRONMENT3rd LevelEconomicLevel IMPACT Ligitimation = Legislation = Belief that the system will work SAFETY Zero Harm Communication We want to go to work and come home without harm tt TIME COST
  • 4. IMPACT THE CONCEPTUAL MODEL PRODUCING COMPETENCE IN SAFETY BEHAVIOUR UseMy.Info The “seven zeros”= zero harm The rationalisation of industrial plants has led to the development of a stringent quality policy, in which seven zeros symbolise the challenges to be met: zero breakdowns – zero lead times –zero paper – zero contempt – zero defects – zero stock –zero accidents. Integrated Management Practice Audit Control Theory = IMPACT Un-Safe OHSEQ Integrated Audit Environment? Control System Then Organisational Health UseMy.Info Safety Environment HSG 65 Quality L = SAFETY Policy Management Practice Zero Harm Organising Safety Review CommunicationPlanning and Implementing We want to go to work and come Planning and Implementing Measuring Performance home without harm Plans Reviewing Performance Zone Control System Auditing KEY WORDS Control: allocating responsibilities, securing commitment, instruction and supervision, Policy   Co-operation: between individuals and groups. Cognitive Behavioural Safety Design Your Own Initiative Coordination: integrating groups of people with tasks, activities and events Zone Control Organisation System for Safety Compliance: with current Legislation, Regulations, ACOP, Guidance, Rules, Policies and Procedures ergonomic solution The Communication: spoken, written and visible, from the centre out Competence: recruitment, training and advisory support. Auditing

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