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PROCEDURE ON

IMPLEMENTING PDCA AND


POPEA ON OSH MANAGEMENT

PLAN

Define and communicate acceptable


performance and resources needed
Identify and assess risks/Identify controls/
Record and maintain process safety
knowledge

DO

CHECK
ACT

Implement and manage control measures

Measure and review performance/Learn


from measurements and ACT Review
performance/Act on lessons findings of
investigations

PLAN
Think about where you are now and where you need to be.
Say what you want to achieve, who will be responsible for
what, how you will achieve your aims, and how you will
measure your success. You may need to write down this
policy and your plan to deliver it.
Decide how you will measure performance. Think about
ways to do this that go beyond looking at accident figures;
look for active indicators as well as reactive indicators.
Consider fire and other emergencies. Co-operate with
anyone who shares your workplace and co-ordinate plans
with them.
Remember to plan for changes and identify any specific
legal requirements that apply to you

DO
Identify your risk profile
Organize your activities to deliver
your plan
Implement your plan

CHECK
Measure your performance
Make sure that your plan has been
implemented paperwork on its own is
not a good performance measure.
Assess how well the risks are being
controlled and if you are achieving your
aims. In some circumstances formal
audits may be useful.

ACT
Review your performance
Learn from accidents and incidents, illhealth data, errors and relevant
experience, including from other
organizations.
Revisit plans, policy documents and risk
assessments to see if they need
updating.
Take action on lessons learned, including
from audit and inspection reports

POPEA

POLICY
Occupational safety and health policy
protecting the safety and health of all members of the
organization by preventing work-related injuries, ill
health, diseases and incidents;
complying with relevant OSH national laws and
regulations, voluntary programmes, collective
agreements on OSH and other requirements to which
the organization subscribes;
ensuring that workers and their representatives are
consulted and encouraged to participate actively in all
elements of the OSH management system; and
continually improving the performance of the OSH
management system.

ORGANIZING
ensure that OSH is a line-management
define and communicate to the members of the
organization the responsibility, accountability and
authority of persons who identify, evaluate or
control OSH hazards and risks;
provide effective supervision, as necessary, to
ensure the protection of workers' safety and
health;
promote cooperation and communication among
members of the organization, including workers
and their representatives
fulfill the principles of OSH management systems
contained in relevant national guidelines, tailored

establish and implement a clear OSH policy and


measurable objectives;
establish effective arrangements to identify and
eliminate or control work-related hazards and risks,
and promote health at work;
establish prevention and health promotion
programmed;
ensure effective arrangements for the full
participation of workers and their representatives in
the fulfillment of the OSH policy;
provide appropriate resources to ensure that persons
responsible for OSH, including the safety and health
committee, can perform their functions properly; and
ensure effective arrangements for the full
participation of workers and their representatives in
safety and health committees, where they exist.

PLANNING AND
IMPLEMENTATION
identify the current applicable national laws and
regulations, national guidelines, tailored guidelines,
voluntary programmed and other requirements to
which the organization subscribes;
identify, anticipate and assess hazards and risks to
safety and health arising from the existing or
proposed work environment and work organization;
and
determine whether planned or existing controls are
adequate to eliminate hazards or control risks; and
analyze the data provided from workers' health
surveillance.

EVALUATION
Procedures to monitor, measure and record
OSH performance on a regular basis should be
developed, established and periodically
reviewed. Responsibility, accountability and
authority for monitoring at different levels in
the management structure should be allocated.
The selection of performance indicators should
be according to the size and nature of activity
of the organization and the OSH objectives.

ACTION FOR IMPROVEMENT


Arrangements should be established and
maintained for preventive and corrective action
resulting from OSH management system
performance monitoring and measurement, OSH
management system audits and management
reviews. These arrangements should include:
identifying and analyzing the root causes of any nonconformities with relevant OSH regulations and/or OSH
management systems arrangements; and
initiating, planning, implementing, checking the
effectiveness of and documenting corrective and
preventive action, including changes to the OSH
management system itself.

REFERENCE
http://www.hrdp-idrm.in/e5783/e173
27/e28200/e28262/
http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/p
ublic/@ed_protect/@protrav/@safewo
rk/documents/publication/wcms_1539
30.pdf
http://www.elcosh.org/document/3
629/d001184/ILO+Guidelines+for+H
ealth+and+Safety+Management+Syst
ems+2001.html?show_text=1