Health and Safety Management Systems Audit

Contents

  1. Active and Reactive monitoring
  2. Active and Reactive Monitoring
  3. The Traditional Approach to Measuring Health and Safety Performance
  4. Why Measure Performance?
  5. Answering Questions
  6. Decision Making
  7. Addressing Different Information Needs
  8. What to Measure Introduction
  9. Effective Risk Control
  10. Active or Proactive Monitoring – How to Measure Performance Introduction
  11. Safety Inspections
  12. Key Points in Becoming a Good observer
  13. Observation Techniques
  14. Reports from Inspections
  15. Advantages of Using Checklist
  16. Effective Report Writing
  17. Structure
  18. Title Page
  19. Summary
  20. Contents List
  21. Introduction
  22. The Main Body of the Report
  23. Conclusions
  24. Recommendations
  25. Appendices
  26. References
  27. Measuring Failure – Reactive Monitoring
  28. Audits – Purpose
  29. Gathering Information
  30. Making Judgements
  31. Role and Function of Incident Investigation
  32. Types of Incident or Adverse Events
  33. Which Incidents/Accidents should be Investigated?
  34. Incident Investigation Procedures
  35. Initial Action
  36. Investigation Method
  37. Investigation Interview Techniques
  38. Incident Causes and Analysis Immediate Causes
  39. Underlying and Root Causes
  40. Comparison with Relevant Standards
  41. Simple Root Cause Analysis – The five whys
  42. Benefits of Asking the five whys
  43. Remedial Actions
  44. Investigation form
  45. Key Data for Medium Level of Investigation
  46. Box Key data for medium level of investigation The Event
  47. The potential consequences
  48. Recommendations/Corrective Actions
  49. Statutory Requirements Accident Book
  50. RIDDOR
  51. Records
  52. Whom to report to
  53. NB Copies of submitted RIDDOR forms are sent to the employers
  54. Internal Systems for Collecting and Analysing Incident Data
  55. Type of Accident/Incident
  56. Analysis
  57. Box The following categories of immediate causes of accident are used in F
  58. Collection of Information, Compensation and Insurance Issues
  59. Lessons Learnt from an Incident
  60. Purpose of Reviewing Performance
  61. People Involved and Planned Intervals
  62. Items to be Considered in Reviews
  63. Role of Directors and Senior Managers
  64. Appendix 5.2: Specimen Workplace Inspection Report Form
  65. Appendix 5.3: Workplace Inspection Checklist
  66. Appendix 5.4: Page 1 of Accident/Incident Report Form
  67. Appendix 5.5: Information for Insurance/Compensation Claims
  68. Workplace claims
  69. Section A – Workplace (Health Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992
  70. Section B – Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
  71. Section C – Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992
  72. Section D – Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992
  73. Section E – Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992
  74. Section F – Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002

 

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