Zolosho What does this mofel mean for my organisation? HSG65 update released online. Wednesday 11 September Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Insets explaining health and safety philosophy, business thinking, performance standards and inspection have gone, while others on risk controls, training and supervision have been incorporated in the text.
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This part of Managing for safety and health is concerned with delivery so is likely to be of most interest to health and safety professionals. It does this by taking the Plan, Do, Check, Act framework, identifying the key actions needed in each part of that cycle and relating them back to leadership, management, worker involvement and competence.
The Plan, Do, Check,. You should also consider the need to link how you manage safety to how you manage other business areas. Organising for health and safety — You need to involve workers and communicate clearly as well as provide adequate resources and competent advice. Implementing your plan — Deciding on risk control measures and putting them in place; providing tools and equipment and maintaining them; and ensuring everyone is competent to carry out their tasks.
A thorough accident investigation either carried out by your own internal accident team, or by an external consultant will help you correct any safety omissions; demonstrate your commitment to safety to a court and provide essential information to your insurers. Vintage RoSPA poster promoting the benefits of a good safety record.
Act: Review performance — Remember, the PDCA model is cyclical and it is at this stage that you should learn from accidents, errors, experience and other organisations so that you can revisit your plans, policies and risk assessments and update where necessary. Learn lessons and take action accordingly — Look for common factors when things go wrong, including human factors, and opportunities for organisational learning.
I hope that this summary has made the changes clearer but if you have any questions please let me know.
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