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Transcript of OHSAS 18001:2007
What we can do...
PLANNING YOUR SYSTEM
How are you going to implement?
What resources do you have?
What are your business objectives?
What are the Legal Requirements?
Legal & Other Regulatory Requirements
An examination of what could cause harm to people.
It will allow you to take steps to control, reduce or eliminate the risk
It is a working document that is dynamic!
What is a Risk Assessment?
We are here to help
Procedure for the identification of relevant legislation.
Understanding the organisations current state and evaluation of compliance.
Roles and responsibilities are defined.
Staff are trained and competent.
Worker communication, participation and consultation
In a nut shell 18001 will give you...
It is the worlds most recognised Management System standard for Occupational Health & Safety.
OHSAS = Occupational Health & Safety Advisory Service.
1999 an International collaboration, the OHSAS Project Group was formed to create a single standard.
ISO 18001 does exist - but its a radio frequency identification standard!
What is 18001?
Over 10,000 employees suffered a major injury as a result of a slip/trip/fall.
Over 4,000 employees were injured due to a fall from height at work.
To further strengthen the capacity of LGUs and agencies for disaster risk reduction, the government passed RA 10121, titled “An Act Strengthening the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Framework and Institutionalizing the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan, Appropriating Funds Therefor and for Other Purposes,” on 27 May 2010.
PLAN, DO, CHECK, ACT
CONDUCT GAP ANALYSIS
DESIGN A MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SUPPORT YOU IN RISK ASSESSMENT
SUPPORT THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS
RETAINED COMPETENT PERSON
• Construction of hazard-resilient school buildings.
“Be better, Build Better”
international design competition.
• Assessment of School Building’s Structural Integrity and
• Schools Water and Electrical Facilities Assessment
• Implementation of the Calamity Assistance and
Rehabilitation Efforts (CARE)
•blah blah blah
School administrators and teachers have their respective responsibilities as mandated by DepEd Order No. 55.
Principals and School Heads
• Organize and mobilize a School Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Group (SDRRMG)
• Invite representatives from the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), and the LGU (through its Municipal Engineering Office) to do an inspection of the school building, including water and electrical facilities and its structural integrity and stability. Act appropriately on their recommendations.
• Conduct school-level seminars, symposiums, and programs on first aid and basic life support systems. Invite resource persons from the Department of Health (DOH) and the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).
• Involve the student government organization and boy/girl scouts in the orientation on DRR concepts in the school and community.
• Call a General Teacher and Parents Assembly (GTPA) meeting as part of an information dissemination campaign.
• Implement any other related activity as appropriate.
• Carefully read and study the contents of the DRRRM and mainstream DRR concepts in the subjects areas assigned to them.
• Continuously integrate DRR concepts in your lessons where they can be tied to the learning competencies.
• Use appropriate and effective teaching strategies.
• Evaluate learning in terms of cognitive, affective and psychomotor.
• Include in the bulletin board concepts on disaster risk reduction.
• Let students prepare a collage, poster, jingle, poem, rap or slogan on disaster risk reduction as part of their learning evaluation.
• Initiate other DRR educational activities as appropriate.
RA 10121 further renamed the disaster coordination councils into disaster risk reduction and management councils at the national, regional, provincial, city and municipal levels.
The UNCRC contains all the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of all persons under 18, which are anchored in four general principles:
(1) the right to life, survival and development;
(2) the right to be heard;
(3) non-discrimination and
(4) best interests of the child. These principles are the primary consideration in fulfilling children’s rights at all times.
Rights to life, survival and development
Non-discrimination and inclusion
Right to be heard
The Hyogo Framework for Action: 2005-2015 was developed in Hyogo, Japan, from 18 to 22 January 2005 by leaders from 198 governments, 78 regional and international organizations, and 191 NGOs. It outlines the actions countries must take to arrest the growing economic losses of countries because of disasters.
The framework sets five priorities for action: (1) make disaster risk reduction a priority; (2) know the risk and take action; (3) build understanding and awareness; (4) reduce risk and (5) be prepared and ready to act. It is particularly concerned about building the resiliency of nations to disasters. Within each priority for action are key activities suggested to governments, regional institutions and international organizations. Let’s examine the key activities for the third priority action related to education in table 4.
Priority Action No. 3
Use knowledge, innovation and education to build a culture of safety and resilience at all levels
•Information sharing and cooperation
•Building of networks across disciplines and regions; dialogues
•Use of standard DRR terminology
•Inclusion of Disaster Risk Reduction in the school curricula, both formula and informal
•Training and learning on disaster risk reduction: Target sectors, including communities and local authorities; media mobilization for public awareness raising activities
•Building of research capacity along multi-risk assessment and planning; socioeconomic development program
a HAZARD is anything that may cause harm, such as chemicals, electricity, working from ladders, an open drawer etc;
the RISK is the chance, high or low, that somebody could be harmed by these and other hazards, together with an indication of how serious the harm could be.
Here are the 5 steps to
Do you already have the materials or are these still to be procured?
How much will the activity cost and where will the funds come from?
From there you will get ideas on the activities you may include in your SDMP
Consider the interests and motivations of pupils, teachers and parents when selecting activities. You may consider conducting formal and informal interviews, surveys or group discussions to get their feedback and opinion. Some of the activities identified in the action plans developed by the BERT may also be included in the SDMP.
Analyze the physical, social and motivational vulnerabilities of your school, as they may indicate which areas need immediate attention
Consider the modes by which DRR messages may be transmitted: teacher-to-teacher, teacher-to-pupil, pupil-to-pupil, teacher-to-parent, and pupil-to-parent. Design projects that will allow a number of different groups to participate in facilitating educational exchanges.
Samantha Owen - Consultant at Melius Solutions Ltd
18 years experience of writing ISO systems and supporting business change.
Background in Manufacturing and Automotive
establish the objectives and processes where necessary to deliver results in accordance with the organization's OH&S policy.
implement the processes.
monitor and measure processes against OH&S policy, objectives, legal and other requirements, and report the results.
take actions to continually improve OH&S performance.
lives last year
Prosecution as a result of a H&S breaches.
Loss of customers through damaged reputation.
Increase in absenteeism due to ill health.
Interuption to business operations as a result of accidents.
It doesn't have to be complicated!
IDENTIFY THE HAZARDS
DECIDE WHO MAY BE HARMED & HOW
EVALUATE THE RISKS & DECIDE ON PRECAUTIONS
RECORD YOUR FINDINGS & IMPLEMENT THEM
REVIEW YOUR ASSESSMENT & UPDATE IF NECESSARY
What is 18001:2007 Framework?
Protect employees & visitors
Identifies, Reduces or Eliminates Risks
Conforms to Legislation
Health & well being of your people
Improves your corporate image
Encourages best practice
Identify, Reduce & Eliminate Risks
Conform to Legislation & Other Regulatory Requirements.
When planning the system you must
4 Steps to Legal & Other Requirements
Legislation applicable to your industry sector.
Review the HSE Website and see your legislation
How does this affect you and your business, does it apply?
Are we compliant? if not what, what action must we take?
There are 5 simple steps to Risk Assessment.
You do not need to be a H&S expert.
There is always support if you need it.