In the US, assertive companies are adopting an risk aversion strategy for health and safety management systems by implementing an OHS management system. In the USA, having a system OHS is viewed favorably by OSHA and, as such, can improve communications, interactions, and eliminate conflict Some organizations are using the advantages of an OHS system to reduce risk and, therefore, lower out-of-pocket insurance costs.
This class covers the history and evolvement of management systems and continues through detailed review of the technical draft document Z-10.
» Improve the students understanding of an OHS system
» Provide the framework of information that the student understands the advantages of an OHS system
» Describe in detail the OHS document and its requirements
» Identify similarities and compare structures to ISO9000, TS16949, ISO14000 systems so that OHS can be integrated with other ISO management systems.
Agenda: 8am - 5p
Describe the history of health and safety programs and how they have progressed to system levels that are universally applicable
Terms and Definitions of OHS
The Continual Improvement opportunities of OHS
Review the OHS
The Risk Assessment process of OHS : Group activities
Describe how risk assessment works with OHS
Understanding when and what to document
How the standards of ISO9000 and ISO14000 align with OHS