Ensure that professional development opportunities are available for the staff, succession plans are in place, future leaders are developed, and highly competent staff are recruited into your organization.

More Uses of the OHSAS 18001 Toolkit:

  • Identify: accurately record results for various processes, quality checks, and/or production for assigned area electronically or on a computer.
  • Be certain that your organization provides for motivation and familiarization of all organization personnel respecting the importance of complying with organization system procedures and all Safety equipment provided.
  • Develop best practices, procedures, operating conditions and innovative solutions to improve production rates and quality of output.
  • Assure your organization partners with operations, process technology and maintenance department to address day to day issues and achieve production goals.
  • Make sure that your organization supports the development of product Key Characteristics and Key Process Parameters identification and supports the implementation of Statistical Process Control in the production environment.
  • Orchestrate: budget participate in defining the annual budget for area of responsibility and is accountable for managing performance against agreed financial targets and constraints.
  • Supervise, develop and manage other safety professionals under area of responsibility to ensure the effective administration of your organizations incident prevention efforts.
  • Confirm your organization monitors equipment and/or processes, fixes issues encountered and ensures timely reporting of any unusual problems to supervisor.
  • Perform or coordinate compliance inspections of safety procedures, equipment and programs to ensure compliance with appropriate regulatory requirements and risk reduction management.
  • Ensure you create; recommend corrective and preventative actions for any identified weaknesses in compliance controls or systems and suggest changes to reduce safety risks.
  • Establish strategies for risk management, monitor and conduct internal safety audit programs and effectively manage resources and budget.
  • Ensure you propel; and your compliance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001 underscore your commitment to quality and your dedication to health, safety, and the environment.
  • Organize: it involve influencing sustainable change in cultural and technical aspects of manufacturing at all levels of your organization.
  • Ensure you enlarge; lead and/or lead Process Hazards Analysis activities and lead technical review of process changes as necessary.
  • Confirm your organization monitors the effective implementation of appropriate Safety and Environmental System procedures and provide for updating in line with changes in Legislation and organization Directives.
  • Ensure you convey; lead the operation in your Safety, Excellence and leadership (SEAL) program to drive your safety culture, policies and procedures.
  • Manage to identify, develop, implement and direct product and process specific improvements with the objective of improving total quality, material usage and productivity.
  • Initiate appropriate corrective and preventative action plans, communicate findings, and follow up to verify effective results of corrective actions.
  • Orchestrate: consistently look for ways to manage and improve site waste management practices and strategies and other cost savings or process improvements.
  • Confirm your organization interacts with project managers to ensure safety issues are identified early in the project design and development process and are evaluated and addressed.
  • Ensure that timely response of technical review is completed for incident investigations, existing processes, and Management of Change for process related functions.
  • Confirm your organization determines appropriate corrective or preventative measures where indicated and follows up and reports to management to ensure measures have been implemented.
  • Evaluate operations, equipment and practices for environmental health and safety compliance with regulatory and organization standards.
  • Maintain awareness of and execute good safe practices at all organization facilities as it applies to your activities at each location.
  • Audit: each of you uses your individual knowledge, creativity and resources to come up with fresh ideas and new concepts you can truly own.

 

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