Systems Loss Prevention Management. Loss Incidents. Deficiencies in the management system give rise to: Management’s lack of planning of the work environment and control of its workforce (which give rise to…) Hazardous acts and conditions (which give rise to…) Loss incidents.
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Loss Incidents Deficiencies in the management system give rise to: • Management’s lack of planning of the work environment and control of its workforce (which give rise to…) • Hazardous acts and conditions (which give rise to…) • Loss incidents
Symptoms of an Inadequate Management System • Poor workmanship and faulty equipment • Hazardous acts and conditions • Poor human relations and working conditions • Financial losses • Improper planning and control • Loss incidents • Quality problems • Grievances and strikes • Productivity problems • Turnover, absenteeism, tardiness
Energy Types • Acoustical • Biological • Chemical • Electrical • Ionizing radiation • Kinetic • Mechanical • Meteorological • Non-ionizing radiation • Potential • Pressured • Theft/vandalism • Thermal • Combustion
Profit/Loss Incident Sequence Profit Incident: • Money, raw materials, equipment, and people come into an ideal management system • An ideal MS has proper planning and control • …which give rise to good workmanship and good working conditions, (which give rise to…) • The product or service within specs at a competitive price, (which give rise to…) • Consumer purchasing product or service… which gives rise to a PROFIT!
Profit/Loss Incident Sequence Loss Incident: • Money, raw materials, equipment, and people come into an inadequate management system • MS has improper planning and control • Which give rise to hazardous acts and conditions, (which give rise to…) • An uncontrolled release of energy, (which give rise to…) • Liability of injury, illness, property loss and environmental pollution, which gives rise to a huge FINANCIAL LOSS!
Composition of a Management System A Management System is made up of the departments. Each department’s purpose is to give the supervisors and employees what they need to make a product without loss incidents
Subsystems Within a Management System • Upper line • Human Resources • Process Engineering • Facilities Engineering • Maintenance • Purchasing • Accounting • Quality Control • Scheduling • Sales and Marketing • Legal • Etc….