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Transcript of EIS REPORT
Student : Muhamad Faizal 2011242346
Muhammad Abdul Aziz 2011467832
Mohd Shahrul Hafiz 2011251152
Lecturer : Dr. Azli bin Abd Razak
Topic : In today's dynamic world many companies are initiating cost reduction measures to remain competitive. Discuss the contradictory demand of cost reduction program and the need to invest to enhance the standard of health, safety and enviroment (HSE) in the industry. How to get cost effectiveness but yet meeting the ever increasing HSE requirement?
As conclusion, it can be said that generally health and safety is a boardroom issue and a board member takes direct responsibility for the coordination of effort. The whole organization shares the management perception and beliefs about the importance of health and safety and the need in order to meet the cost effective yet meeting the HSE requirement.
It can now be summarised that a company cannot neglect HSE, since it is a profit factor and productivity booster.HSE is not liability to the company, but when successfully implemented at the workplace, will ensure that the companyis operating cost effectively.
An analysis on comparison of Health, Safety and Environment with cost.
Engineers in Society
The Consequences of HSE Requirement Negligence
loss of skills
-if an accident occur which lead to fatality
-if an accident occur cause serious permanent disability
-the worker no longer have ability to do their job neither contribute their skills to the company
-require the company some time to look for suitable replacement (money will be spent off to train new workers) lead to loss of money to the company
High Turn over Rate
-the workers not happy working in a place of unsafe and unhealthy conditions (their life and limb at stake)
-the company would have wasted money in retaining new recruits to replace the outflow of current employees
-the money utilize for training former workers also be considered a wasted (no longer be able to contribute to the company)
Increment in downtime
-accident on site required the plant to be shut down for a certain period.
-all the activities on that particular site need to be stopped and can`t be proceed for a longer period.
-all the activities that had been delayed lead to loss of profit
How to get cost effectiveness yet Meeting HSE Requirement
Effective Health, Safety & Environment Management
-risk assessment method are used to decide on priorities and to set objectives for eliminating hazards and reduce risk
-risk are eliminated through selection and design of facilities, equipment and processes.
-minimized by the use of physical of controls
-through system of works and personal protective equipment
Considering The Job Factor of The Employees
-job factors influence individual performance and control of risk.
-the tasks should be designed according ergonomic principles to take account the limitation of worker performances
-the task give be suit enough with the workers capabilities and considering the limitation of the workers
-mismatched between job requirements and an individual`s capabilities increase the potential for human error which may lead to unexpected accident
Participate in DOSH`s Mentor-Mentee Program
-DOSH had embarked mentor-mentee program whereby each of the small and medium industries is paired with large company to provide support on HSE related matters.
-In the program the large company will guide the SMI to manage HSE issues.
-this programs benefits the SMI which currently have low expertise in such matters.
-Maximizes efficiency without compromising growth potential
-Reduce their costs and increase their profits
-With caution and knowledgeable counsel
-Challenging, high risk activity
Demand of cost reduction programs
-HSE adopts the following principles when it make judgments about costs in assessing possible regulatory options
-incurred unavoidably-a result of instituting a health and safety measure
-necessary and sufﬁcient to implement the measures to reduce risk
-measures for managing risk often have the effect of reducing costs
-decrease in accidents or incidence of ill health, and savings made from any productivity gains resulting
-comparing cost against risks HSE-should be a transparent bias on the side of health and safety
Costs should be taken into account in regulating of HSE standard
Need to invest to enhance the standards of Health, safety and Environment (HSE) in the industry
1. Occupational health and safety
-prevention and reduction of workplace injuries and occupational illnesses
-required as guidelines to manage occupational health hazards
2.Climate change and energy efficiency
-urbanization and industrialization
-need in enhancing the quality of life and protecting the environment
3. Environment protection
-conserve the natural environment and resources
-ensure that adequate resources
-environmental impact assessments- pollution control studies
-Recommendations-management of HSE risks
4.Training and audits
-ensure all employees are competent to maximize their contribution
-Training -refresher training and training
-learn and improve- enhance the standards of Health, safety and Environment (HSE)
-Audits-ensure that HSE matters are managed professionally
ensure continuous improvement in all activities.
Contradictory demand of cost reduction programs and the need to invest to enhance the standards of Health, safety and Environment (HSE) in the industry
How to get cost effectiveness but yet meeting HSE requirement.
Health Safety Environment Requirement
A.1 Commitment, Policy and HSE Management System
A.2 Legal Requirements and Regulations
A.3 Termination and Suspension
A.4 Public Relations
B. SAFETY ORGANISATION
B.1 Responsibility for HSE
B.2 Forward Safety Planning Meeting
B.3 Accident / Incident Reporting
B.4 HSE Meetings & Emergency Drills
B.5 HSE Audit and Inspection by Company
B.6 Unsafe Act Auditing
C.1 Basic Training
- BASIC TRAINING & CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
C.2 Helicopter Briefing
D.3 Safe Handling of Substances
D.4 Local Customs, Cultural and Religious Considerations
Health Safety Environment Standard
By reducing waste and using fewer raw materials, costs are reduced.
Fewer costs give companies a competitive advantage.
By managing environmental issues before a problem arises, companies benefit from reduced liability.
Companies registered to ISO 14001 set a clear example of being responsible which leads to customer trust.
Companies that are environmentally responsible benefit from an improved public image. This can be used to benefit the company from a marketing perspective.
By identifying hazards and evaluating risks, OHSAS 18001 contributes to providing a safer, healthier work environment. This should help reduce lost time due to illness and injury.
The management of health and safety becomes more transparent by taking results of investigations and turning them into action plans to minimize accidents.
Fewer accidents and injuries lead to reductions in liability claims and lower insurance premiums.
OHSAS 18001 increases credibility by having health and safety assessed by an independent party.