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Better management

Comprehensive and systematic approach to


target setting and implementation of
improvements
Clear picture of responsibilities and roles of all
actors in (and outside) of the organization
User friendly only one system and not a
handful
ISO Technical Specification prepared by the
International Automotive Task Force (IATF) based
upon ISO 9001:2008
Defines requirements for Quality Management
System for Automotive Suppliers
Harmonizes the supplier Quality System
Requirement of the auto makers from the U.S,
Germany, Italy, France, Japan , Korea and Malaysia.
Continual Improvement
Emphasizing defect prevention and the reduction of
variation and waste in the supply chain
Applicable Customer Specific requirements
Avoid Multiple certification audits and provide a
common approach to a quality management system
Provides Organizations with a structured management
system to ensure performance meets or exceeds legal
and policy requirements.
Requires continual Improvement of the environmental
management system in order to achieve improvements
in overall environmental performance .
Helps develop an effective EMS that can be integrated
with other management systems
The ISO 14001 standard is built around the Plan-Do-
Check-Act cycle, which ensures that environmental
issues are identified, controlled, and monitored, and that
impacts are reduced
ISO 14001-EMS ISO 9001-QMS

Customer Customer

Interested parties

Regulatory Agencies

Employees

Community
Environment:
- Surroundings in which an organization operates
including air, water, land , natural resources,
flora, fauna, humans and their interaction.
Environmental Aspect:
- Element of an organizations activities, products,
or services that can interact with the
environment.
Environmental Impact:
- Any change to the environment ,whether adverse
or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from
an organizations environmental aspects.
For sure - It is not an ISO standard
For this class - It is our health & safety
management system Standard
Based on Plan-Do-Check-Act models such as
ISO 9000 and ISO 14001
Is structured like ISO 14001 and easily integrates
with quality and environmental management
systems
As with standards in general , it specifies what
must be accomplished (i.e., Shalls);
however, does not mandate how.
Input/resources Organization Outputs Organization

Equipment supplies Customer ,society


Confidence
owners
Offered customers
Human resources products
Information resources
ISO/TS 16949 Focus
technology resources

Risk and effects on Customers ,owners


people &
environment
Natural resources
Wastes, emissions Society, customers,
energy owners
Owners, members/
Financial results
Employees, suppliers
Effects on employees members/
Financial resources Employees,owners
Information customers,
others society,owners
others
Who is using OHSAS 18001 ?
- Forward-Thinking companies that are dedicated
to Using a beyond compliance approach to
making their work environments safer.
- Those who see the value in taking a risk-based
approach to health & safety management in the
workplace.
- Global organizations seeking to achieve
Sustainability as it relates to health , safety,
environment and good employment practices.
Hazards:
A hazard is something that can cause harm if
not controlled.

Risk:
A risk is a combination of the probability that a
particular outcome will occur and the severity
of the harm involved.
The reasons for establishing good occupational
health and safety standards:

Moral - An employee should not have to risk injury or


death at work, nor should others associated with the
work environment.
Economic - many governments realize that poor
occupational health and safety performance results in
cost to the State (e.g. through social security payments
to the incapacitated, costs for medical treatment, and
the loss of the "employability" of the worker).
Legal - Occupational requirements may be reinforced
in civil law and/or criminal law; it is accepted that
without the extra "encouragement" of potential
regulatory action or litigation, many organizations
would not act upon their implied moral obligations.
Input/resources Organization Outputs Organization

Equipment supplies Customer ,society


Confidence
owners
Offered customers
Human resources products
Information resources
ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 Focus
technology resources

Risk and effects on Customers ,owners


Human resources
people &
environment
Natural resources
Wastes, emissions Society, customers,
energy owners
Owners, members/
Financial results
Employees, suppliers
Effects on employees members/
Financial resources Employees,owners
Information customers,
others society,owners
others