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  1. Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS) A Focus on the “H&S” in the QEH&S Management System Presented to ISRI April 5, 2006 Presented by Elizabeth Delaney ISO 14001 CERTIFIED

  2. What is RIOS? • Recycling Industry Operating Standard • An integrated quality, environmental, health & safety management system standard designed specifically for the scrap industry • Goal of RIOS: • Help scrap recyclers achieve measurable and continual improvement in their QEH&S performance • Implementation Guide

  3. Before RIOS… Before RIOS…..

  4. After RIOS…..

  5. Why RIOS? • Bring health & safety performance under systems control • Provide a platform for continual improvement • Integrate with Q and E requirements; eliminate duplication; improve efficiency • Improve employees understanding of improved health & safety performance • Reduce risk (insurance costs) • Enhanced public perception • Better community relations

  6. Overview of RIOS

  7. Continual Improvement Structure of RIOS PLAN DO ACT CHECK 2. Implement your plan 1. Plan first • 3. Check what you implement • Was your plan right? • Did you implement correctly? 4. Make Adjustments

  8. Requirements of RIOS PLAN DO ACT CHECK • Planning Requirements • Defining the QEH&S Footprint • Improvement Planning • Implementation Requirements • Training • Communication • Operational Control • Emergency preparedness Policy • Checking and Corrective Action • Requirements • Monitoring and measurement • Nonconformance and corrective and preventive action • QEH&S management system audit Management Review Requirements • General Requirements • Scope • QEH&S Infrastructure

  9. A Focus on the “H&S” …in QEH&S Management System • RIOS provides the structure for an integrated management system pulling together quality, environment, health & safety • RIOS is based upon existing management system standards ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:1999 • Let’s focus on the H&S…in the integrated system

  10. RIOS - Section 1 General Requirements • Scope and Application • Infrastructure • Management Structure • Resources and Facilities • Document and Recordkeeping Controls

  11. RIOS - Section 2 Policy • Defined by Senior Management • Include specific commitments required in ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001 • prevention of workplace injuries • continually improve • comply with legal and other requirements • One QEH&S policy or separate Q, E, H&S policies

  12. RIOS - Section 3 Planning • Identifying the Footprint • Important Environmental Impacts and Health & Safety Risks • Legal, Product and customer requirements and other QEH&S requirements associated with other commitments • Improvement Planning • Combines improvement goals and programs to achieve them

  13. RIOS - Section 4 Implementation • Training • Competency for QEH&S responsibilities • Awareness of the QEH&S system • Communication • Internal Communication • Customer Communication • Supplier and Contractor Communication • Interested Party Communication • Operational Controls • Suppliers and Contractors • Customers • Emergency Preparedness

  14. RIOS - Section 5 Checking and Corrective Action • Monitoring and Measurement • Supplier Qualification and Verification of Purchased Product • EH&S Compliance • Maintenance and Calibration of Monitoring Equipment • Nonconformance and Corrective and Preventive Action • Control of Nonconforming Product • QEH&S Management System Audits

  15. RIOS - Section 6 Management Review • Performed by Senior Management • Specific outcomes: • decisions and actions regarding the future direction of the QEH&S management system, such as changes to the policy and goals • resource needs; and • product improvements

  16. An Overview of the RIOS Implementation Guide

  17. RIOS Implementation Guide - 1 • To help RIOS Member Companies design & implement a system that conforms to RIOS • User friendly how-to manual that takes you step-by-step through the design & implementation process • Designed to support organizations that have very little in place or those that have existing systems that just need to be tweaked to conform to RIOS • Supports development of an electronic or paper system • At the end of the day, you will have an electronic or paper manual for your RIOS.

  18. RIOS Implementation Guide - 2 • Chapter dedicated to each of the RIOS subsections • Additional chapters include: • an introduction to RIOS • advice on how to set up your organization • answers to frequently asked questions • an overview of basic management system concepts • advice with regards to getting certified • 7 health & safety supplemental chapters • Appendices with detailed instructions on how to use/modify the tools. • Electronic folder system for My RIOS

  19. RIOS Implementation Guide – Chapter Contents • RIOS Requirement • Overview - explanation of purpose and intent of the RIOS requirement • Getting Ready - A gap questionnaire so that the user can identify: • components, processes, programs and plans already in place at the facility that may be used to address the RIOS requirement • gaps that will need to be filled to meet the requirements of RIOS • System Development Steps • System Roll Out Steps • Tips, Warnings, Opportunities, Choices… • Toolbox - Tools You May Want to Use

  20. RIOS Implementation Guide – Tips, Warnings, Opportunities, Choices… CAUTION Choices

  21. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 4 • Management Structure, Resources and Facilities • Example QEH&S Responsibilities Descriptions • QEH&S Responsibilities Matrix • QEH&S Management Representative Appointment Form • Example Organization Chart

  22. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 5 • Document & Recordkeeping Controls • Master Document List (right) • Records Matrix (right) • Procedure Template • Procedure Review Guidelines • Records Retention Requirements • Records Retention Policy Template • Document and Recordkeeping Procedure (right)

  23. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 6 • Policy Development • Example QEH&S policy

  24. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 7 • Chapter 7 – Identifying the QEH&S Footprint • Important H&S risks • H&S legal and other requirement Important Health & Safety Risks Any Other Requirements Regulatory Requirements + + = H&S Footprint

  25. Footprint Identification Tool De facto always applies to the operation Potentially applies to the operation Does not apply to the operation Applies to the operation and is important, therefore it should be included in “My RIOS” Applies to the operation and is not important, therefore it is not included in “My RIOS”

  26. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 8 • Improvement Planning • Goal Options Worksheet (right) • Goal Establishment Form (right)

  27. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 9 • Training • Training Sign-in Sheet • Employee Training log sheet • Training Identification Tool

  28. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 10 • Communication • Contractor pamphlet • External communication tracking sheet

  29. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 11 • Operational Controls • Operation Control procedure development

  30. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 13 • Monitoring and Measurement • Maintenance & Calibration Schedule Matrix • Monitoring Matrix

  31. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 14 • Nonconformance and Corrective/Preventive Action • Nonconformance Identification Form • Corrective Action Tracking Sheet

  32. RIOS Implementation Guide Chapter 15 • QEH&S Management Systems Audits • Auditor Appointment Form • Audit Plan and Schedule (right) • Management System Audit Notification Form • Audit Findings Template (right) • QEH&S Audit Report Template

  33. RIOS Health & Safety Supplemental Elements • Confined Space Entry • Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) • Fire Prevention & Emergency Response • Personal Protective Equipment • Respiratory Protection • Hearing Protection • Bloodborne Pathogens

  34. Supplemental Health & Safety Implementation – Confined Space Entry • Guide to Developing your RIOS Confined Space Entry Program • Additional tools: • Confined Space Classification Guidance • Confined Space Inventory Tool • Hazard Evaluation Guidance • Sample Permit-Required Confined Space Sign • Sample Confined Space Entry procedure • Sample Confined Space Permit • Sample Rescue Drill Procedure • Training Content Tool • Sample Confined Space Powerpoint Training • Sample Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Program

  35. ????????s • Even more questions – Come see us at the ISRI Booth in the middle of the exhibition hall.

  36. First Environment Corporate Headquarters 91 Fulton Street Boonton, New Jersey 07005 Tel: 800.486.5869 Fax : 973.334.0928 www.firstenvironment.com Betsy Delaney end@firstenvironment.com Tod Delaney Tod@firstenvironment.com Reeva Schiffman Kymer ris@firstenvironment.com Offices in California District of Columbia Illinois Georgia Mississippi New York New Jersey Puerto Rico Ontario, Canada Contact Information ISO 14001 CERTIFIED