NEBOSH CUE CARDS - HSWA Section 2(3)

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NEBOSH - HSWA Section 2(3)- Health & Safety Policy -

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Arrangements cont. Occupational Health Manual Handling DSE – eye tests, glasses Medicals & health surveillance Lines of communication
Health & Safety Policy HSWA Section 2(3) 5 or more employees(written)Arrangements for implementation Revise where appropriate Organisation Bring statement and any revision of it to the notice of all employees
HS(G)65 Successful Health and Safety Management HSG65 – Successful Health & Safety Management POLICY ORGANISING PLANING & IMPLEMENTING MEASURING PERFORMACE REVIEW ---------------------- AUDITING
Statement of General Policy Safety same as production, quality etc. Signed by Chief Executive Compliance with law is minimum Avoid injury/ill health sfairp Reminder of employees duties Review policy in light of changes Commitment to monitor h&s
Organisation Nomination of key personnel and their relevant duties Provision of competent advice – safety, occ health, emergencies, first aid etc. Key duties – RA, control of contractors etc. May specify “H&S Director Organisation flow chart may be a good idea
Policy These form the basis of the written policy under HSWA The general intentions, approach, objectives and vision of the company
Arrangements The systems and procedures necessary to put the policy into effect and will include systems and procedures for: Risk Assessment Housekeeping Monitoring (proactive and reactive) Maintenance of machinery First aid Fire safety
Policy These form the basis of the written policy under HSWA The general intentions, approach, objectives and vision of the company
Arrangements cont. Emergency procedures PPE Safe systems of work Consultation – involvement of safety reps Permit to work systems Hazardous substances Accident investigation – statistics Near misses
Organising The 4 C’s of a positive culture: ¨Control ¨Co-operation ¨Communication ¨Competence
Planning & Implementing Setting Action Plans (SMART objectives) Prioritising health & safety activities Hazard Identification Risk Assessment Risk Control (Hierarchy of control) Setting performance standards
Measuring Performance Making judgements about the adequacy of performance
Reviewing Active Monitoring: Inspections, Tours, Attitude surveys etc. Reactive Monitoring: Injuries/Ill health Property damage Hazards/Near Misses
Audit Collecting information on the efficiency, effectiveness and reliability of the total health and safety management system and identifying corrective action All control systems tend to deteriorate over time or to become obsolete as a result of change
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