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How it ALL FITS...
As the "proverbial"
of the tree, supervisors play a pivotal role in implementing and overseeing the Safety Management System.
Safety Management System is a cyclical - continual - ongoing process.
may be complete, this does not mean that it is FINISHED
Safety should never remain static.
What is a Safety Management System?
A systematic way to identify hazards & control risks, while ensuring that any and all controls in place are effective.
It's simply a business like approach to
A comprehensive process for managing risks, instead of for business/corporate risks - its for
The Safety Management System provides for goal setting, planning and performance measurement.
It does this by examining: operational and human resource processes to ensure all tasks are safe (hazards mitigated).
By doing so, the Safety Management System
is woven into the fabric of our organization, it becomes part of our culture
- the way we do our jobs.
That's not to say it's not happening now....it just needs to be more formalized, similar to other industries.
That's what a robust Safety Management System
"Employer" is considered to be:
- Deputy Minister of Department, or
- President of Crown Corporation
Includes anyone from front line supervisors (lead hands or team leads, etc.) right up to Deputy Ministers (DM'S) or Presidents in Crown Corps.
* Recommendations to Employer -
* Management Document Review -
* Hazard ID & Risk Analysis -
* Reports & Investigations -
INCIDENTS & NEAR MISS
Information within these documents are collected and rolled up to be analyzed in the
Employee Orientation - Branch Meetings Bulletin Boards - Newsletters - Tailgates JOHSC Committees/Reps
YG Corp H&S website
In addition to the roles & responsibilities of a
Everyone is first and foremost an
under the act, governed by those roles & responsibilities....
While the trunk supports the crown,
it's the crown (
) that completes the overall Safety Management System tree.
Occupational H&S Act & Reg's (sec. 3) + GAM 3.48 - Corporate Health & Safety
RULES - COMMITTEES - REPORTING & INVESTIGATION
set the "safety culture" of their Department /Corporation
are different activites used to inform such as:
Documentation is critical & includes:
ensure that appropriate tools, processes and financial support is in place for a successful Safety Management System.
of the "SYSTEM"
are involved with the following:
verifies overall safety performance
assesses & evaluates safety improvements made
CONTINUOUS Improvement -
identifies issues/concerns remaining
Are responsible for:
- in the workplace
TRAINING & ORIENTATION
for their employees
INCIDENT & NEAR MISS INVESTIGATING & REPORTING
- within the workplace
JOINT H&S COMMITTEES
Co-Chairing and/or participating on
......among other things
Ensure for the safety of themselves and others, through
, and to mitigate the hazard immediately
TRAINING & ORIENTATION
to their workplace
SAFE WORK PRACTICES
SAFE JOB PROCEDURES
specific to tasks
INCIDENTS & NEAR MISSES
Wear all required
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
when replacement is needed
Participate in both formal and informal
The reason being
- new hazards may emerge, and/or
- work processes may change.
The "SYSTEM" uses multiple avenues to continually assess and improve the workplace - thereby keeping everyone safe.
set the framework and the 3 main
players that are responsible - necessary for successful implementation are:
Are expected to actively participate in the Safety Management System:
: report incidents and identify hazards to the "SYSTEM" which provides an opportunity for corrective measures to prevent/reduce future occurrences
: participate and support the "
" to correct identified hazards providing a safe workplace for all
: set the culture and provide resources to the "
for carrying out government processes safely