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Example of a (safety) management system

Below is an example of the content and structure of a management system for high hazards industry. As you may see, each management activity area or element includes the structure suggested for each element. The example can be used for (i) developing a management system and (ii) setting up a (safety) management audit syste em.

ELEMENT 1. Leadership

Element structure:
1.1. HSE Policy and Resources 1.2. HSE Management Team 1.3. HSE Committee 1.4. HSE Specialist Support & Coordination 1.5. Regulations, Codes and Standards 1.6. Permits to Operate 1.7. HSE Objectives and Targets 1.8. Written HSE System 1.9. Individual HSE Responsibility/Appraisal 1.10. Management Participation 1.11. Training 1.12. Communication 1.13. Program Monitoring 1.14. Review and Improvement 2.1. Management Statement 2.2. Coordination 2.3. Regulations, Codes and Standards 2.4. .4. Implementation Plan 2.5. Training Needs Identification 2.6. Senior Manager Program Orientation 2.7. Senior Manager Update Training 2.8. New Manager HSE Orientation/Induction 2.9. Formal Initial HSE Leadership Training 2.10. Update Training for Other Leaders 2.11. Implementation Team Training 2.12. Formal Training Program Coordinator 2.13. Instructor Training 2.14. Program Monitoring 2.15 Review and Improvement 3.1. Management Statement 3.2. Coordination 3.3. Regulations, Codes and Standards 3.4. Implementation Plan 3.5. HSE Performance Targets 3.6. Incidents 3.7. Occupational Health 3.8. Resource Consumption 3.9. Emissions 3.10. Discharges 3.11. Waste 3.12. Soil and Ground Water 3.13. Land use 3.14. Cost-Benefit Cost Analysis 3.15. Employee Participation 3.16. Training 3.17. Data Collection and Analysis 3.18. Communication 3.19. Program Monitoring 3.20. Review and Improvement

2. Leadership Training

3. Action Plan

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8.5.9. Data Collection and Analysis 7. Codes and Standards 6. Employee Participation 7. Rules and Work Permits Copyright Willem Top 2001/2012 2 . Regulations. Implementation Plan 6. Management Statement 8.3.3. Implementation Plan 7.11. Coordination 8.2. General Orientation/Induction Program 4.10.7. Review and Improvement 7.14. Management Statement 6.4. Employee Debriefing 4. Coordination 6.1.12.5. Operating Procedures 7. Technical Training 7.12. Physical and Mental Requirements 4. Critical Task Identification 7.2.2.7. Management Statement 7.10. Communication 7.7. Program Monitoring 4.10.6.3. Data Collection and Analysis 6. Training 5. Codes and Standards 5. Employee Participation 4.11. Program Monitoring 5. Review and Improvement 6. Training Needs Analysis 6.8. Regulations. Communication 4. Technical Training Program 6.6. Implementation Plan 5.3. Data Collection and Analysis 5. Personnel Assignments 4. Physical or Mental Incapacitation 4.8. Regulations. Planned Personal Contacts 5.8. Training 6. Coordination 4.9. Review and Improvement 8.7. Tasks and Operating Procedures 8. Employee Participation 6.15. Review and Improvement 5. Implementation Plan 4. Regulations. Task Instruction 5.5.13. Hiring and Placement Element structure: 4.1. Job Orientation/Induction 5. Regulations.1.4.9. Critical Task Observation 7.12.4.11.15. Training 4. Specialized Training Needs 6.2. Program P Monitoring 6.16. General HSE Rules 5. Management Statement 4. Personal Communications 6.12.2. Management Statement 5. Program Monitoring 7.1.4.11. Critical Task Analysis 7.3.5.13.10.ELEMENT 4.6.9. Critical task Procedures 7. Data Collection and Analysis 4. Implementation Plan 8.4.14.5. Coordination 5. Codes and Standards 7.6. Codes and Standards 8. Maintenance of Procedures 7.1. Coordination 7. Codes and Standards 4. Training 7. Employee Participation 5.

11.15. General Inspections 11.4.9.3.10.12.7. Coordination 10.8. Coordination 9. Employee Participation 8. Evaluation of Risks 9. Implementation Plan 9.13.14. Policies 11.12. Ergonomics and Human Factors 10. Establishing Baseline Information 9.16. Program Monitoring 11. Methods and Approach 9. Training 11. Data Collection and Analysis 10.6. Management Statement 11. Data Collection and Analysis 8. Follow-up Follow 11. Review and Improvement 11.14.1.5. Review and Improvement 9. Regulations. Product Design 10. Personal Protective Equipment 8.17.9. Scope of Hazards Identification 9. Work Permit & Specialized Procedures System 8. Management Statement 9. Specialized Work Rules 8.14.9. Management Statement 10. Communication 9. Training 8.15. Engineering Controls 11. Site Security 8. Process Design Standards 10. Implementation Plan 10.15. Use of Signs and Color Codes 8. Regulations.ELEMENT Element structure: 8.1.16. Codes and Standards 11.4.1.5.12. Employee Participation 9.8. Data Collection and Analysis 11.14. Data Collection and Analysis 9.8. Program Monitoring 9. Critical Inspections 11. Hazard Identification and Analysis 10.8. Maintenance Programs 11.13.7. Implementation Implementati Plan 11.10. Review and Improvement 12. Communication 11. Maintenance and Inspection 12.16. Review and Improvement 10.7.1. Coordination 11.3. Employee Participation 10.11.11.11.13.4.12. Employee Participation 11. Site Location/Lay-out Location/Lay 10.2. Training 9.15. Codes and Standards 10. Management Statement 9. Regulations.10. Program Monitoring 8. Program Monitoring 10.2. Training 10.6.6. Pollution Prevention 10.3.2. Quality Assurance Inspection and Testing 11. Compliance Efforts 8. Follow-up Follow 9. Management of Copyright Willem Top 2001/2012 3 .13. Codes and Standards 9. Plant and Process Design Reviews 10. Construction and Pre-Startup Pre Reviews 10.5.10. Communication 10.7.9.6.

11. Training 13. Data Collection and Analysis 13. Employee Participation 12.8.4.13.13.1.7.13.3. Storage and Shipment of Products 13. Training 14. Use of the Procedure 12.9. Health Hazard Control 15.6. Occupational Health 16. Regulations. Implementation Plan 16. Employee Participation 14. Product Stewardship 14. Codes and Standards 15.7. Communication 15.12. Product Design 13. Personal Hygiene 15.1.5.1.3. Coordination 15. Use of Performance Statistics 13.10. Coordination 16. Contractors Management 15. Training 12. Regulations. Procurement. Management Statement 14.9.15.11. Regulations.5. Communication 12.8.2. Program Monitoring 12. Employee Participation 13. Selection Process 14.4.14.13. Internal Awareness Copyright Willem Top 2001/2012 4 .ELEMENT Change Element structure: 12.4.3. Management Statement 13. Coordination 14.2.6. Communication 14. Management Statement 15. Implementation Plan 14.4. Medical Assistance 15.1. Regulations.12.8.8.10.14. Program Monitoring 14. Implementation Plan 13. Data Collection Collec and Analysis 14. Data Collection and Analysis 12.9. Health Hazard Identification 15. Change Criteria 12. On-Site On Performance 14. Codes and Standards 13. Regulations. Handling.11. Program Monitoring 15. Data Collection and Analysis 15. Implementation Plan 12. Review and Improvement 14. Review and Improvement 13.3. Product Use and Disposal 13.2. Employee Participation 15. Codes and Standards 16. On-Site On Performance Evaluations 14.10.9. Coordination 12.7. Review and Improvement 16. Program Information Publications 16.3. Management Statement 16.4. Program Monitoring 13.6. Review and Improvement 15. Codes and Standards 12. Coordination 13.2. Communication 13.5. Implementation Plan 15.10.6.7.5.12. Codes and Standards 14. Temporary Changes 12. Pre-Selection Pre 14.6. 8.2.12.11. Training 15. Contractor Introduction to Work Site 14.5.

Employee Participation 19. Fixed Fire Water System 18. Regulations.16.5. Communication Communicat 18.9. Management Statement 17.ELEMENT Element structure: 16. Program Monitoring 18. Promotion Campaigns 16. Communication 19.9.12.9.14.4.13. Data Collection and Analysis 16. Emergency Plan 18. Incident Report Maintenance 19.14.13.4.13. Off-the Off Job HSE 17. Implementation Plan 19.6. Management Statement 18.7.7.5. Coordination 18. HSE Awareness Meetings 16. Implementation Plan 18. Emergency Support 18. Follow-up Follow 19.1. Emergency Training 18. Management Statement 19.16. Housekeeping Promotion 16.17. Regulations.14. Identification of Potential Emergencies 18.5. Review and Improvement 18. Specific Responses 18. Codes and Standards 17.2.4. Complaints and Other Information 17.1.11.11. .8.10. Regulations.2. Program Monitoring 17. Coordination 17. Review and Improvement 17.6. Training 19.15.12.15. Coordination 19.20.3.14. Emergency Equipment and Facilities 18. Management Statement 17. Awareness Surveys 16. Promotional Activities 17. Public Relations 18. Data Collection and Analysis 18. Recognition and Award Programs 16.11.8.10. Incident Investigation 20. Data Collection and Analysis 19.10. Employee Participation 16.11. Training 17.3.18. External Communications 18. Employee Participation 17. Implementation Plan 17. Communication with Interested Parties 17.2.3.19.13. HSE Awareness Promotion 16. Training 16. Employee Participation 18.7. Monitoring and Copyright Willem Top 2001/2012 5 .8.7. Mobile Equipment 18. Review and Improvement 19. Property Damage Identification and Analysis 19.17.9.6. Communication 17. Emergency Preparedness 19.1.8.12. Codes and Standards 19. Program Monitoring 19. Reporting 19. Emergency Communications Equipment 18.1. Codes and Standards 18. Investigation 19. Program Monitoring Monito 16.10. Review and Improvement 20. Data Collection and Analysis 17.15.

Training 22. Data Collection and Analysis 22.4. Review and Improvement 21. Regulations.6. Process Safety Information and Document control Copyright Willem Top 2001/2012 6 .7.12. Communication 21.12. Implementation Plan 22.2.3. Regulations. Program Monitoring 20. Management System and Process Safety Audits 22. Information Accessibility 22.6. Implementation Plan 20. Program Monitoring 22. Process Safety Audits 21. Codes and Standards 22.9.1.4.4. Coordination 22. Regulations.ELEMENT Assessment Element structure: 20. Employee Participation 20.10. Implementation Plan 21. Occupational Health Monitoring and Medical Surveillance 20. Employee Participation 21.6. Codes and Standards 21.9. Training 20. Management System Audits 21.7. Communication 22.1.9. Assessment Activities 20.10. Coordination 20.12.5.11.3.13.3. Communication 20.5. Employee Participation 22.11.8. Safe Behavior Monitoring 20.5. Coordination 21. Training 21. Program Monitoring 21.8. Codes and Standards 20.10. Review and Improvement 21. Management Statement 22.2.11.8. Management Statement 21. Document Control Con 22. Data Collection and Analysis 21. Environmental Monitoring 20.2. Review and Improvement 22.7.