OHS Management Procedures
The OHS Management System documents developed by Safety for Life are high level management procedures. If your organisation is looking for certification to AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems standards, then this is the documentation that you will need.
We have developed the following OHS Management System documents to align with these standards and have provided the references mapped to the standard.
Simply download each of the OHS Management System documents, review and customise to suit you organisational requirements and commence the implementation of each of these procedures within your organisation.
You will find in OHS Forms a Documentation and Document Control Register that you will also require, so be sure to check out both the related Risk Procedures and OHS Forms and Templates for supporting documentation to complete your OHS Management System.
If you require assistance with mapping your OHS Management System requirements, then please Contact Us so that we can provide you with information and guidance for your specific requirements.
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Audits and Assessments$44.95
This procedure covers the requirements associated with regular internal audits of all health and safety procedures, including planning and scheduling of audits, conduct, reports and corrective action; and with scope-specific audits and assessments, particularly as required by legislation.
This procedure covers the requirements associated with changes and modifications to existing operations, including changes to hardware (plant, equipment, materials, etc.), plant control software, operating or maintenance procedures, operating conditions, raw materials used, new products, process formulations, responsibility and authority, organisational structure, or any other change. It does not cover replacement parts that are identical to the replaced item.
Communication with Employees$44.95
This procedure covers the requirements associated with the communication of health and safety matters to the Company's employees, including meetings, notice boards and ensuring communication to shift workers and others absent from site.
This procedure covers the requirements associated with the management and control of contractors, including consultants. It addresses the selection and accreditation of contractors, engagement, health assessment, conditions of work, inspection of equipment, monitoring of activities and reporting.
This procedure covers the requirements associated with the Corrective Action system, including the identification of system deficiencies, the initiation of corrective action, processing and disposition of corrective actions and the follow-up and evaluation of implemented solutions.
Documentation and Document Control$44.95
This procedure covers the requirements associated with the control of documents including procedures, work instructions, forms, external and other relevant documentation.
The document control arrangements covered in this procedure include identification and numbering, format, structure, registration, preparation, review, approval, issue, distribution, revision and cancellation of documents, as well as the control of electronic documents.
Emergency Preparedness and Response$44.95
This procedure covers the requirements associated with maintaining readiness for foreseeable emergency and the response to such emergencies, should they occur. It includes the preparation, issue, control and updating of an emergency response plan.
This procedure covers the requirements associated with the Company's relations with its neighbours and the community at large, including people living along transport corridors, community groups and other interested parties. It deals with community relations’ programmes, public complaints, provision of health and safety information and emergencies.
Hazard and Risk Management$44.95
This procedure covers the requirements for all hazards and risks with the potential to impact people, the environment and / or plant and services provided. Such hazards and risks may arise from any asset, activity, operation or service, or come from technical, process or operational situations.
Health Assessment and Surveillance$44.95
This procedure covers the requirements associated with the health assessment and surveillance of personnel. This includes health assessments prior to employment, prior to transfer to other duties and upon returning to work after rehabilitation; the health assessment of contractors and the periodic health assessment and health surveillance of personnel performing specific tasks (e.g. forklift operators, drivers of vehicles carrying Dangerous Goods, personnel handling food, personnel who may be exposed to chemicals, fire fighters, etc.) and health assessment specifically requested by individual employees or their line managers.