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Safety management plan by DGMS

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  • 1. SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN
  • 2. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY It is recommended that mines be required to put in place Mine Safety Management Plans to cater for key risk areas. It is also further recommended that mine Safety Management Plans be based on detailed risk/hazard analyses
  • 3. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY Key risk areas which should be addressed by Mine Safety Management Plans MUST include but may not be limited to: VENTILATION SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION GAS MANAGEMENT INUNDATION EMERGENCY EVACUATION TRANSPORTATION MACHINERY STRATA CONTROL
  • 4. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY COMPOSITION OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLANS The Safety Management Plan consist of two levels, Level 1 Management Overview Plan Level 2 Hazard Management Plans
  • 5. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY Management Overview Plan Comprises 6 elements
  • 6. DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY DGMS 1. INTRODUCTION Should cover the objectives of the plan and guidance on its use Should give a good overview of the ownership of the plan
  • 7. DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY DGMS 2. SCOPE should state all the hazard plans in operation at the mine
  • 8. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 3. MINE CHARACTERISTICS gives a snapshot view of the mine should indicate general mining method seams worked basic organisation structure shifts worked any significant items at the mine spontaneous combustion gas make strata problems ????
  • 9. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 4. IDENTIFICATION OF PRINCIPAL HAZARDS how were they identified who was involved was there a good balance of employees in the teams did team members have relevant competencies was sufficient time allowed for assessment Was the process formal or ad hoc did the assessment follow an established risk assessment process
  • 10. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 5.ORGANISATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES should cover only general responsibility for the plan key responsibilities must be identified
  • 11. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 6.MANAGEMENT REVIEW who is responsible for review are senior company personnel involved is a cross section of employees involved what are review periods are there any company policies on review are current plans suitable have improvements been identified and implemented
  • 12. DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY DGMS Hazard Management Plans PLAN REQUIRED FOR EACH IDENTIFIED HAZARD  Comprises 13 Elements
  • 13. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 1. Introduction should give a brief overview of hazard is the scope clearly identified geographical areas operational areas time constraints • shifts • daylight - darkness • personnel involved • etc.
  • 14. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 2. Identification of Hazard Are all hazards identified who was involved in risk assessment was a cross section of employees involved was there a good balance of skills in risk assessment process did risk assessment team undergo risk assessment training was a formal process used in the risk assessment
  • 15. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 3. Control procedures are there adequate controls in place to deal with the identified risks are the controls realistic are there controls for all the risks are responsible people identified in relation to the hazard
  • 16. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 4. Roles and Responsibilities For each control is there an identified person responsible are the responsibilities clearly defined are there any overlaps in responsibilities are there any gaps in the responsibilities are responsibilities in writing have responsible persons the relevant competencies are any external providers identified manufactures trainers suppliers maintainers contractors
  • 17. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 5. Resources required where controls require resources are they clearly identified are there procedures for checking resource quantities are there procedures for checking resource quality
  • 18. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 6. Action response plans are there response plans for all critical events have the critical events been identified do the response plans deal effectively with the critical event have accountabilities been assigned to each trigger event
  • 19. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 7. Communications are procedures in place for communicating across all levels are procedures in place for communicating hazards are procedures in place for investigating significant events. are significant matters communicated to all levels across the organisation have supervisors procedures or protocols for disseminating knowledge about events
  • 20. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 8. Training has the mine identified training needs to deal with the hazard are employees aware of the importance of adhering to the SMP are employees aware of the safety impacts of their personal performance have employees been given training on their roles and responsibilities are employees been made aware of the potential consequences of departure from the plans
  • 21. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 9. Corrective actions are there procedures in place for identifying non compliance are non compliances recorded are non compliances investigated have preventive actions been implemented to deal with repeated non compliances are preventive and corrective actions documented
  • 22. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 10. Reviews how are reviews carried out time specific events specific localities • new seam • different side of mine specific changes • change in water regime • change in seam depth does review incorporate continual improvement does review include senior company personnel does review incorporate audit findings
  • 23. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 11. Audits are the audits carried out in accordance with established audit methods are external personnel involved are independent audits carried out are the results of audits conveyed to all employees are the results of audits passed upwards in the company ie to company boards etc
  • 24. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 12. Document Control are all plans quality controlled is documentation readily locatable is documentation regularly reviewed are obsolete documents taken from circulation are updates issued promptly
  • 25. DGMS DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF MINES SAFETY 13. Records. does the mine keep comprehensive records are records readily locatable are all procedures documented are the records legible are the procedures for record storage adequate are records identified for storage are records secure

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