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Safety
Management
Systems
Presented to: Oklahoma FFSHC
By: Stephanie Schroeder, CSP
Date: November 14, 2013
Briefing Contents
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SMS Comparison
Benefits
Challenges
Related Costs
Continued Growth

Safety Management Systems ...
FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center
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1,100 acres of land
125 buildings with 3.5 million square feet of space
App...
Move from Compliance to Best Practices
Best
Practices

OHSAS 18001
ANSI Z10
VPP
Other Requirements
(FAA, Corporate,
Consen...
Challenges
• Large Campus
• Diverse Activities
• Management from different locations
and at different levels
• Tenant Orga...
Safety Management Systems
SMS utilized by MMAC
• OSHA Voluntary Protection Program
• OHSAS 18001:2007
• ANSI Z10:2012

Saf...
SMS Elements Comparison
VPP

OHSAS 18001:2007

ANSI Z10: 2012

Scope

Scope, Purpose and Application

Reference Publicatio...
VPP Elements
VPP

OHSAS 18001:2007

ANSI Z10: 2012

Scope

Scope, Purpose and Application

Reference Publications & Terms
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VPP Program Requirements
• Management Leadership and
Employee Involvement
• Worksite Analysis
• Hazard Prevention and Cont...
VPP at MMAC
• Approved as Merit Site in 2004
– Employee Involvement
– LOTO Program

• Reapproved as Merit Site in 2008
– E...
Benefits during VPP Participation
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Reduced injury and illness rates by 50%
Increased visibility of EOSH Staff
MMAC...
18001 Program Elements
VPP

OHSAS 18001:2007

ANSI Z10: 2012

Scope

Scope, Purpose and Application

Reference Publication...
OSHMS Manual
• OSHMS procedures for:
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Identifying Significant OSH Hazards*
Setting Objectives and Targets
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Risk Assessments
• Applied to activities within each organization
• Measures the Risk
– Usage
– Severity of Injury
– Likel...
Communication, Participation
and Consultation
• External and Internal communications
• Meetings
– OSH Representatives
– Ma...
Audit Program
• Not a Compliance Audit
• Minimum of Two OSHMS Audits per Year
– One Internal & One External

• Audits cons...
Management Review
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Gauges OSHMS performance annually
Covers key elements of the OSHMS
Reaffirms objectives and tar...
OHSAS 18001 at MMAC
• MMAC Certified September 2010
– Root Cause Analysis
– Corrective Action Tracking

• Recertified in M...
Benefits of 18001
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Employee Involvement
Program Documentation
Continual Improvement of OSHMS
Prioritization

Safet...
ANSI Z10 Program Elements
VPP

OHSAS 18001:2007

ANSI Z10: 2012

Scope

Scope, Purpose and Application

Reference Publicat...
ANSI Z10 2012
• FAA Flight Inspection Services
– Initial stages of implementation at MMAC
– Six line stations for aircraft...
Challenges
• Employee Involvement
• Management of Change
• Establishing Trust

Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC
November...
Benefits
• Employee Involvement
• Culture Improvement
• Tracking Completion

Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC
November 2...
Associated Costs
• VPP
– Promotional Materials
– VPP SGE Support

• OHSAS 18001
– Annual External Audit Team
– Internal Au...
MMAC Benefits from SMS
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OSHA recordable accidents reduced by 88%
Reduced inspection findings and severity
OSH ...
Implementing an SMS
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Choose a method and move forward
Ensure top management commitment
Involve employees in ever...
For More Information
• Contact
– Stephanie Schroeder, CSP
• Stephanie.Schroeder@FAA.gov
• 405-954-0371

Safety Management ...
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OFFSHC Safety Management Systems

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During the November OFFSHC meeting Stephanie Schroeder, OSH Specialist, provided an overview of Safety Management Systems to include OSHA VPP, OHSAS 18001 and ANSI Z10. She discussed the challenges and successes that the FAA has experienced while implementing these systems.

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OFFSHC Safety Management Systems

  1. 1. Safety Management Systems Presented to: Oklahoma FFSHC By: Stephanie Schroeder, CSP Date: November 14, 2013
  2. 2. Briefing Contents • • • • • SMS Comparison Benefits Challenges Related Costs Continued Growth Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 2
  3. 3. FAA Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center • • • • 1,100 acres of land 125 buildings with 3.5 million square feet of space Approximately 7,500 employees and 1,300+ students daily Largest concentration of DOT employees outside of Washington DC • Customer Base – – – – – Entire FAA All branches of DOT Other Federal Agencies Foreign Governments Passengers, Pilots, media, aircraft owners, and commercial air carriers Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 3
  4. 4. Move from Compliance to Best Practices Best Practices OHSAS 18001 ANSI Z10 VPP Other Requirements (FAA, Corporate, Consensus Standards) Regulatory Requirements (OSHA) Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 4
  5. 5. Challenges • Large Campus • Diverse Activities • Management from different locations and at different levels • Tenant Organizations • Red Tape • Limited Resources • Compliance Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 5
  6. 6. Safety Management Systems SMS utilized by MMAC • OSHA Voluntary Protection Program • OHSAS 18001:2007 • ANSI Z10:2012 Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 6 6
  7. 7. SMS Elements Comparison VPP OHSAS 18001:2007 ANSI Z10: 2012 Scope Scope, Purpose and Application Reference Publications & Terms Definitions Management Leadership & Employee Participation OH&S Policy Management Leadership and Employee Participation Planning Planning Implementation and Operation Implementation and Operation Checking Evaluation and Corrective Action Management Review Management Review Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Helath Training Employee Participation Worksite Analysis Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 7
  8. 8. VPP Elements VPP OHSAS 18001:2007 ANSI Z10: 2012 Scope Scope, Purpose and Application Reference Publications & Terms Definitions Management Leadership & Employee Participation OH&S Policy Management Leadership and Employee Participation Planning Planning Implementation and Operation Implementation and Operation Checking Evaluation and Corrective Action Management Review Management Review Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Helath Training Employee Participation Worksite Analysis Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 8 8
  9. 9. VPP Program Requirements • Management Leadership and Employee Involvement • Worksite Analysis • Hazard Prevention and Control • Safety and Health Training Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 9
  10. 10. VPP at MMAC • Approved as Merit Site in 2004 – Employee Involvement – LOTO Program • Reapproved as Merit Site in 2008 – Employee Involvement • Withdrawal from VPP in 2010 – Considered changing application format – Moved towards OHSAS 18001 Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 10 10
  11. 11. Benefits during VPP Participation • • • • Reduced injury and illness rates by 50% Increased visibility of EOSH Staff MMAC further evaluated SMS approach Established SMS as a business goal Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 11 11
  12. 12. 18001 Program Elements VPP OHSAS 18001:2007 ANSI Z10: 2012 Scope Scope, Purpose and Application Reference Publications & Terms Definitions Management Leadership & Employee Participation OH&S Policy Management Leadership and Employee Participation Planning Planning Implementation and Operation Implementation and Operation Checking Evaluation and Corrective Action Management Review Management Review Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Helath Training Employee Participation Worksite Analysis Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 12
  13. 13. OSHMS Manual • OSHMS procedures for: – – – – – – – – Identifying Significant OSH Hazards* Setting Objectives and Targets Legal and Other Requirements Establishing Operational Controls Communication* Emergency Preparedness Control of Documents and Records Conducting Audits and Management Reviews* Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 13
  14. 14. Risk Assessments • Applied to activities within each organization • Measures the Risk – Usage – Severity of Injury – Likelihood • Identified Priority Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 14
  15. 15. Communication, Participation and Consultation • External and Internal communications • Meetings – OSH Representatives – Management and Labor – Organizations • Employee participation – Incident investigations – Hazard identification Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 17 17
  16. 16. Audit Program • Not a Compliance Audit • Minimum of Two OSHMS Audits per Year – One Internal & One External • Audits consist of: – Document Review • OSH Documents – Operational Controls, SOP’s • Records – Training certificates, Maintenance Logs – Walkthrough – Interviews Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 18
  17. 17. Management Review • • • • Gauges OSHMS performance annually Covers key elements of the OSHMS Reaffirms objectives and targets Assess continual improvement Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 19
  18. 18. OHSAS 18001 at MMAC • MMAC Certified September 2010 – Root Cause Analysis – Corrective Action Tracking • Recertified in May 2013 – Emergency Preparedness • Integrating EMS & OSHMS • Automate Change Management Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 20
  19. 19. Benefits of 18001 • • • • Employee Involvement Program Documentation Continual Improvement of OSHMS Prioritization Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 21
  20. 20. ANSI Z10 Program Elements VPP OHSAS 18001:2007 ANSI Z10: 2012 Scope Scope, Purpose and Application Reference Publications & Terms Definitions Management Leadership & Employee Participation OH&S Policy Management Leadership and Employee Participation Planning Planning Implementation and Operation Implementation and Operation Checking Evaluation and Corrective Action Management Review Management Review Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Helath Training Employee Participation Worksite Analysis Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 22
  21. 21. ANSI Z10 2012 • FAA Flight Inspection Services – Initial stages of implementation at MMAC – Six line stations for aircraft maintenance • Implement system framework • Conducted Gap Analysis in 2010 • Established Internal Audit Process Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 23 23
  22. 22. Challenges • Employee Involvement • Management of Change • Establishing Trust Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 24 24
  23. 23. Benefits • Employee Involvement • Culture Improvement • Tracking Completion Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 25 25
  24. 24. Associated Costs • VPP – Promotional Materials – VPP SGE Support • OHSAS 18001 – Annual External Audit Team – Internal Audit and Corrective Actions – Document Maintenance • ANSI Z10 – Risk Assessments – Continual Improvements Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 26 26
  25. 25. MMAC Benefits from SMS • • • • • • OSHA recordable accidents reduced by 88% Reduced inspection findings and severity OSH program moved into best practices Greater employee participation OHSAS 18001 certified in 2010 Estimated cost savings of $10 million in direct and indirect costs since FY 2001 Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 27
  26. 26. Implementing an SMS • • • • • Choose a method and move forward Ensure top management commitment Involve employees in every step Include independent verification Focus on continual improvement Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 28 28
  27. 27. For More Information • Contact – Stephanie Schroeder, CSP • Stephanie.Schroeder@FAA.gov • 405-954-0371 Safety Management Systems – OFFSHC November 2013 29 29

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