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  • HEALTH
  • Welcome heath safety

    1. 1. ENVIRONMENT HEALTH & SAFETY WELCOME
    2. 2. Signage
    3. 3. 7/22/20133 Mandatory
    4. 4. 7/22/20134 Safe Condition
    5. 5. 7/22/20135 Prohibition
    6. 6. 7/22/20136 Warning
    7. 7. 7/22/20137 Fire Equipment
    8. 8. 7/22/20138 Fire Exit Signs
    9. 9. 7/22/20139 Risk Assessment
    10. 10. 7/22/201310  Planning  Organisation  Control  Monitoring  Review Risk Assessments are used by “Company Name” to reduce the risk of accidents through: Risk Assessment
    11. 11. 7/22/201311 Risk Assessment Involves Hazard & Risk Hazard Risk But the risk of it happening is Insignificant! An alien entering the company could Be hazardous!
    12. 12. 7/22/201312 Hazards and Risks Something that has the potential to cause harm. What is a Hazard? What is a Risk? The likelihood that the hazard will cause harm.
    13. 13. 7/22/201313 Purpose of Risk Assessment  Prevention of risk  Provision of information  Provision of training “Identify measures to protect health and safety”
    14. 14. 7/22/201314 Risk Assessments Health & Safety Management Regulations Noise Slips, Trips, Leak Chemicals Manual Handling First Aid PPE Fire
    15. 15. 7/22/201315 Who is Covered by Risk Assessment?  Employees  Plant & Equipments  Temporary workers  Contractors  The public
    16. 16. 7/22/201316 Simple Risk Assessments  What are the hazards?  Who might be harmed?  Is the risk adequately controlled?  Any Damages to Plant & Equipments?  Can anything else be done?
    17. 17. 7/22/201317 Identifying People At Risk  Employees  Temporary workers  Visitors  Contractors  Young • Plant & Equipment • Pregnant women • Less able-bodied • Lone workers • New Employees
    18. 18. 7/22/201318 Health Risks  Stress  Neck and back pain  Respective Stress Injury  Eye strain  Headaches  Psychical & Mental
    19. 19. What is STARRT CARD TALK ?
    20. 20. Safety Task Analysis Risk Reduction Talk (STARRT) According to OHSAS 18001 Safety Task Analysis Risk Reduction Talks (STARRT), which have been running on warehouse site for a little over a year, are a „foundation stone in the Target Zero campaign on the MLS. „They assess the task that is about to be performed and take a 360 o look at the potential risks involved ensuring that those about to participate in the activity are aware of potential risks and hazards before they are affected by them‟. Daily shift STARRT Talk (where good & bad practices along with lessons learned are discussed) and MLS Supervisor select those nominated are trained in the STARRT process, the importance of it and the way in which a STARRT briefing should be delivered. Through internal training this message is
    21. 21. A Management Health & Safety System Plan do checkAct level of control
    22. 22. Health & Safety System
    23. 23. Health Safety: main components HEALTH & SAFETY Environmental policy HSE-Planning HSE-Checking & corrective action HSE-Management review HSE-Implementation & operation Continual improvement
    24. 24. Health, safety Environmental Policy  Written statement endorsed by top management, communicated throughout the organization.  Demonstrates commitment to continual improvement and prevention of pollution.  Demonstrates commitment to compliance with legislation and regulations.  A framework for environmental objectives and targets.  Made available to the public.
    25. 25. The preparatory review Site impacts Outputs Manager's Controls Inputs Key Areas: •Regulations •Effects •Systems •Incidents • Layout • Production processes • Transport • Wastes • Product usage • Recycling • Administration • Impacts/activities • Monitoring • Records • Materials • Energy • Water
    26. 26. Health Safety: components Health & Safety Environmental policy HSE-Planning Health Safety Environmental aspects Legal requirements - HELATH & SAFETY HSE- Objectives and targets
    27. 27. HSE-Planning Environmental aspects & legal and other requirements  Includes processes, products or services; past, current and future; direct and indirect.  Normal and abnormal operations and potential emergency conditions.  A procedure to identify and have access to legal and other requirements relevant to the environmental aspects of the organisation.
    28. 28. HSE-Planning Objectives and targets  Objectives Overall goals of the organization aligned with Health & Safety policy statement and identified environmental effects, often included in Health & Safety policy statement.  Safety Targets Specific goals of ZERO ACCCIDENT the organization, should be measurable wherever practicable.
    29. 29. Health Safety: components HEALTH & SAFETY Environmental policy HSE-Planning HSE-Implementation & operation Structure & responsibility HSE- Training Documentation OF HSESafety Culture Operational control Emergency response
    30. 30. HSE - Implementation and operation Structure and responsibility  Roles, responsibility, and authority: making environmental Health & Safety management effective.  Resources and personnel: implement and control the EMS.  Management representative(s): co-ordination role - not solely responsible! Team effort.
    31. 31. Implementation and operation Training, awareness and communication  HSE-Training needs assessment.  HSE-Training & awareness programmes: ensure awareness and competent personnel.  Communication procedures for internal & external communication.
    32. 32. Implementation and operation EMS documentation & document control  Description of the HSE- management system.  Linkage to related documentation:  Process information.  Organizational charts.  Internal standards and operational procedures.  Site emergency plans.  Procedures for controlling all Documents.
    33. 33. Health & Safety Culture (1)  Safety aspects Culture  Planning  Environmental aspects  Legal and other requirements  Objectives and targets  Environmental Health & Safety management programme
    34. 34. Health & Safety Culture
    35. 35. Health & Safety Culture
    36. 36. Health & Safety Culture (2)  Implementation and Operation  Structure and Responsibility  Training, awareness and competence  Health & Safety Communication  Health &Safety management system documentation  Health Safety control unsafe practice  Operational Good Practice.  Emergency preparedness and response
    37. 37. Health & Safety Behaviour (1)  Checking and corrective action  Monitoring and measurement  Non-conformance and corrective and preventive action  Health & Safety Training Records  Environmental Health & Safety management system audit  Management review of Safety Policy
    38. 38. Implementation and operation Operational Safety  Identification of operations & activities associated with significant environment Health & Safety aspects in line with the Safety policy, objectives and targets.  Documented Safety procedures follow to warehouse.  Communication of Health & Safety procedures to all Manager‟s and Staff‟s.
    39. 39. HSE-Implementation and operation Emergency preparedness and response  Procedures for identifying potential accident and emergency situations.  Accident and emergency response procedures.  Mechanisms for reviewing/revising these procedures.  Periodic testing of these procedures.
    40. 40. HSE-Implementation and operation  identify joint solutions to problems'  develop a positive health and safety culture where risks are managed sensibly;  reduce accidents and ill health, plus their related costs to your business;  bring about improvements in overall efficiency, quality and productivity„s.  meet customer demands and maintain credibility; and n  comply with legal requirements. n  13 A workforce that feels valued and involved in decision-making plays
    41. 41. Health Safety: components Environmental policy HSE-Planning HSE-Checking & corrective action HSE-Implementation & operation Monitoring & measurement Corrective action Records Audit
    42. 42. HSE-Checking and corrective action Monitoring and measurement  Procedures to regularly monitor and measure the key of Health & Safety characteristics of the operator Operations and activities that can have a significant impact on the environment Health & Safety.  Procedure for periodically evaluating compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, objectives and targets, and any other relevant standards.
    43. 43. HSE-Checking and corrective action Nonconformance & corrective action and records  Procedures for defining responsibility and authority for handling and investigating nonconformance, which include:  Action to mitigate any impacts caused.  Corrective and preventive action.  Procedures for identification, maintenance and disposition of environmental records, including:  Training.  Review results.  Audit results.
    44. 44. • The organization shall establish & maintain programmed and procedures for periodic audits to be carried out to determine whether or not the Environment Management System. • Conforms to planned arrangements for environmental Health & Safety management, including requirements of ISO 14001. • Has been properly implemented & maintained. HSE-Checking and corrective action EMS audit
    45. 45. ISO 14001 components Environmental policy HSE-Planning HSE-Checking & corrective action HSE-Management review Health & Safety Implementation operation
    46. 46. HSE-Management reviews  Gauges the continuing suitability, adequacy & effectiveness of the Environment Health & Safety Management System in the face of changing internal & external factors.  Addresses possible need for changes to Health & Safety policy, Safety objectives & other elements of the Environment Management System.

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