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MODULE 2 – ‘RISK & SAFETY MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW’

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  1. TM MODULE 2 – ‘RISK & SAFETY MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW’

  2. Aim/ Objectives of Module 2 • Risk Management Concepts • ‘Safe Production’ Model • What is a ‘System’? • Systems to manage OHS risk • The Resolute Safety Management • System

  3. Definition of “Hazard” • What is a Hazard? • A hazard is anything that can cause injury or harm. • Hazards are generally: • Physical • Chemical • Biological • Ergonomic • Most Hazards = “Energy”

  4. Definition of “Risk” • Key Definitions (AS 4360:1999) • Risk - “the chance of something • happening that will have an impact • upon objectives. It is measured in • terms of consequences and likelihood”

  5. Definition of “Risk Management” • Key Definitions (AS 4360:1999) • Risk management process: • “The systematic application of management • policies, procedures and practices to the • tasks of establishing the context, identifying, • analysing, evaluating, treating, monitoring and • communicating risk.”

  6. THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS AS/NZ 4360:1999 Establish the Context Identify Risks Communicate and Consult Monitor and Review Analyse Risks Assess Risks Evaluate Risks Treat Risks

  7. TM A Model for ‘Safe Production’

  8. “Safe Production” Model • 4 Components of “Safe Production”: • Competent People • Fit for Purpose • Equipment • Safe Work Methods • Controlled Work • Environment • Note that these closely relate • to “Duty of Care” obligations

  9. TM Systems Theory

  10. System Model Internal Environment Unwanted Output PROCESS Transforms Input OUTPUT (Wanted) INPUT Feed-back Loop CONTROL FUNCTION Monitors against “standard”, communicates outcome & changes process accordingly (via feed-back) Monitoring Monitoring External Environment System Boundary

  11. Definition of ‘System’ • A group of interacting, inter-related or independent elements forming collective entity • A functionally related group of elements • A structurally or anatomically related group of elements or parts • A set of inter-related principles, rules, procedures or laws • A methodical way of doing things

  12. Example of a “System” BRAIN = Control Function EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT monitored via “sensors” and responds according to stimulus INPUTS = knowledge, food, water etc Sub-systems eg pulmonary, immune, endocrine, reproductive, cardio-vascular etc OUTPUT = Expends energy for work, rest & play System Boundary (our skin) A “SYSTEMS” MODEL

  13. Policy Management review Planning Monitoring & corrective action Implementation & operation Management System Model “Control Function” “Process” AS 9001, AS 14001 & AS 4801

  14. TM Safety Management System

  15. Definition under AS 4801 “... that part of the overall management system which includes organisational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practices, procedures and resources for developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining OHS policy, and so managing the OHS risks associated with the business…” Safety Management System

  16. Definition by Alan Waring (1996) “... a structured systematic means for ensuring that an organisation is capable of achieving and maintaining high standards of safety performance.” Safety Management System

  17. Measures against a “standard” Communicates outcome Initiates corrective action Ensures action implemented Assesses impact of action System Foundation = “Standards” System “Control Function”

  18. 4.1 Commitment & Policy 4.1.1 General Requirements 4.1.2 Leadership & Commitment 4.1.3 Initial OHS Review 4.1.4 OHS Policy 4.2 Planning 4.2.1 General 4.2.2 Planning, Identification of Hazards,Risk Assessment and Control 4.2.3 Legal & Other Requirements 4.2.4 Objectives & targets 4.2.5 Performance Indicators 4.2.6 OHS Management Plans 4.4 Measurement & Evaluation 4.4.1 General 4.4.2 Inspection Testing & Monitoring 4.4.3 Audits of OHSMS 4.4.4 Corrective & Preventative Action The SMS Framework (based on AS4801) Commitment & Policy Planning 4.3 Implementation 4.3.1 General 4.3.2 Ensuring Capability 4.3.3 Support Action 4.3.4 Hazard ID, Risk Assessment & Control 4.3.5 Contingency Preparedness & Response Implementation Measurement & Evaluation Review & Improvement 4.5 Review & Implementation 4.5.1 General 4.5.2 Review of OHSMS 4.5.3 Continual Improvement

  19. Key Safety Management System Elements • Policy & commitment • Consultation & communications • Hazard identification & control • risk assessment processes at all levels • Incident analysis • Safe systems of work • Training • Inspections • Emergency response • Auditing & review

  20. TM Resolute Safety & Health Management System

  21. Resolute Safety & Health Management System • Developed in 2000 & reviewed in 2004 • Approved for implementation by CEO • Applies to all Resolute Sites • Based on AS 4801 • 20 Management System Standards • Includes: • Detailed Management System Guideline • Detailed Audit Protocols • Sites audited every 2 years • Full implementation = ‘Best Practice’

  22. 20 Management System Standards • Leadership & Commitment • Planning & Organising • Measuring & Monitoring Performance • Legal Obligations • Responsibilities & Accountabilities • Communication & Involvement • Risk Analysis & Management • Change Management • Contractors & Third Parties • Rules & Procedures

  23. 20 Management System Standards • Training & Competency • Facilities, Plant & Equipment • Materials Management • Health & Hygiene • Incident & Injury Management • Emergency Management • Planned Inspections • Auditing • Corrective Action Management • Review & Improvement

  24. Resolute Limited OH&S Policy OS 1 Leadership & Commitment OS 2 Planning & Organising OS 3 Measuring & Monitoring Performance OS 4 Legal Obligations OS 17 Planned Inspections OS 18 Auditing OS 19 Action Management The Resolute SMS Framework (as per AS4801) Commitment & Policy Planning OS 5 Accountabilities & Responsibilities OS 6 Communications & Involvement OS 7 Risk Management OS 8 Recruitment OS 9 Contractors & Third Parties OS 10 Rules & Procedures OS 11 Training & Competency OS 12 Facilities, Plant & Equipment OS 13 Materials Management OS 14 Occupational Health & Hygiene OS 15 Incident & Injury Management OS 16 Emergency Management Operating Standards Implementation Measurement & Evaluation Review & Improvement OS 20 Review & Improvement

  25. TM Carpentaria Gold Safety & Health Management System

  26. Resolute OH&S Policy Management Standards Corporate Level Continuous Improvement Management Guidelines Management Procedures Audit Protocols Auditing Site Policy & Standards Safety Management Procedures Site Permits, SWPs, Rules etc Action Management & Review

  27. Site Safety System • Incorporates: • Inductions • Training Program • SWPs • Risk Assessment/JSA etc • Permit Systems etc • Supported by Resolute: • Guidelines • Management Procedures • Audit Protocol Site Documents& Standards

  28. Safety Management System Improvements • Group Exercise • Discuss with your partner any improvements that could be made to the Exploration Safety Management System