Safety Management System - Pennsylvania Department of Labor ...

Safety Management System - Pennsylvania Department of Labor ...

Safety Management System Bureau of Workers Compensation PA Training for Health & Safety (PATHS) PPT-135-01 1 Safety Management System A Safety Management System is: A pro-active, risk based approach to managing safety throughout an organization PPT-135-01

2 Safety Management System A Safety Management System is not: Magic Rocket Science PPT-135-01 3 KISS method of a SMS Four key elements: 1. Safety Policy 2. Risk Management

3. Safety Assurance 4. Safety Promotion PPT-135-01 4 The Four SMS Components Safety Policy Safety Assurance Establishes senior Evaluates the continued managements commitment effectiveness of to continually improve implemented risk control

safety; defines the methods, strategies; supports the processes and identification of organizational new hazards. Policy structure needed to meet safety goals. Safety Risk SRM SA Safety Management Promotion Determines the

Safety Promotion Includes training, need for and communication and adequacy of, new or other actions to create revised risk controls based a positive safety culture on the assessment of within all levels of the acceptable risk. workforce. PPT-135-01 5

Safety Policy Use clear unambiguous language Incorporate two key principles 1. Do it safely or not at all 2. There is always time to do it right Consider work-stop authority PPT-135-01 6 Risk Management Risk Management is:

Recognizing a dangerous situation or condition Looking at a situation and to see how fail trying it could PPT-135-01

7 Risk Management Risk Management is: Analyzing job tasks, records, inspections, prioritizing issues and developing corrective action plans Consider using a risk matrix PPT-135-01 8 Risk Management SEVERITY How much could hazard hurt? (Ouch Factor)

Not at All Not Much A Lot HMMM? OUCH! OUCH!*@ PERHAPS HMMM?

OUCH! OKAY PERHAPS? HMMM? A Lot Not Often Not at All PPT-135-01

9 Risk Management Consider assigning responsibilities to certain staff members for managing risk in their department PPT-135-01 10 Safety Assurance Constantly observe every aspect of your operations You can observe a lot by just watching Analyze your data. Are things getting better or

worse? Look as past claims, incidents, injuries Record near misses Look for processes that do not have the desired outcome, then ask what and why PPT-135-01 11 Safety Promotion Managers and supervisors should talk it up! Make safety part of daily conversations Get people on board by making your organizations commitment to safety known

Make it part of your culture, make it the way you do business PPT-135-01 12 The Reality SMS implementation will not be effortless Most good things do require some level of effort Be patient Results will not occur overnight The positive changes are worth the patience and effort

PPT-135-01 13 Contact Information Health & Safety Training Specialists 1171 South Cameron Street, Room 324 Harrisburg, PA 17104-2501 (717) 772-1635 [email protected] Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BWCPATHS PPT-135-01 14

Questions PPT-135-01 15

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