Reduce Operational Risk and Increase Performance by building a Safety Management Process
What is Safety Management?
Safety Management is a process that applies to sensitive activities in a work environment to ensure that industry safety standards are met. Organizations are responsible for their employees’ wellbeing; proper implementation of a safety management process guarantees that risks are identified, assessed and mitigated. Safety management includes proper training and monitoring of employees with regards to necessary safety measures so as to prevent incidents and reduce hazards at the workplace.
A safety management system is a planned process or procedure for carrying out a certain activity in the workplace. The reason you should implement a safety management systems is to ensure that when a task is carried out in your workplace, every precaution has been taken to reduce the likelihood of there being an incident that leaves someone injured or worse.
In health and safety, ensuring an engaged workforce is critical. With employees embracing corporate health and safety objectives as their own, creating a safety culture with workforce participation is crucial.
The best Safety and Health Programs involve every level of the organization, instilling a safety culture that reduces accidents for workers and improves the bottom line for managers. When Safety and Health are part of the organization and a way of life, everyone wins.
Predict360 Safety Management Solution streamlines health and safety processes and best practices to effectively manage all aspects of your organization’s safety program with incident and regulatory reporting which enables organizations to collect, store, track and collaborate on safety compliance-related incidents. It has a built-in investigation feature that is tied back to the incident, streamlining your corrective and preventive actions (CAPA).
There is a potentially significant cost savings to implementing a Safety Management System. The long term savings include implementing improvements and reducing hazards of processes and systems, the potential improvement in employee and equipment performance, and the savings of avoiding fines associated with non-compliance.
Customizable workflow engine for unique safety workflow processes for different types of incidents with easy-to-use submission forms and automated alerts. Key Performance Indicators (KPI) dashboards and reporting are driven by assigned priority, impact, urgency, type and category, parties involved, and business unit\organization area.
Automates risk assessments and audit which enables organizations to better manage risks related to safety functions by tying the activities of risk mitigation back to the standards, regulations and business requirements that drive them.
Risk-based audit capability which provides a comprehensive audit to evaluate compliance with the requirements to identify gap areas on which safety and environmental performance needs improvement. Audits are streamlined and your staff hours are more efficiently applied to the content of your evidence.
Launch a corrective action plan or a preventive action plan based on the outcomes of a case, audit, risk assessment, survey or incident so you can address the root cause and not just the symptoms of the issues facing your organization. The system recommends the rollout of corrective and preventative actions through three modules: 1) Training; 2) Incident/Case Management; and 3) Expert advisory services through our network of top 10% experts in the subject matter.
Regulatory Knowledge Base that contains an e-library of EPA, OSHA, DOT, MSHA and other key regulations, codes and standards which are translated in plain English and converted into business controls that are exposed simply on your graphical dashboard.
Try applying the following Five-Step Safety Plan for success at your organization.
FIVE STEPS FOR SUCCESSFUL SAFETY MANAGEMENT
Step One: Safety Audit
Perform a comprehensive safety audit to evaluate compliance with the standards and regulations. This helps identify gap areas on which safety and environmental performance needs improvement.
Step Two: Action Plan
Based on the results of the Safety Audit, launch a corrective/preventive action plan that addresses the root cause of the issues facing your organization. Predict360’s system recommends the rollout of corrective and preventative actions through three modules:
2) Incident/Case Management
3) Expert advisory services through our network of top 10% experts in the subject matter.
Step Three: Safety Program Responsibilities & Key Roles
Develop Safety Program Responsibilities for all levels of the organization in order to provide a foundation for building the safety system.
Step Four: Management and Employee Safety Training
Train the line management to support, take responsibility of, and be accountable for the success of the safety system. For training employees on applicable safety topics, use computer-based training alongside regular line management “safety talks” with the department (5-10 minute daily/weekly talks) covering the same topic.
Step Five: The Safety Plan
A safety plan is necessary to provide a phased approach to achieving safety success. The safety plan should be developed with input from key functional areas, communicated throughout the organization and then regularly reviewed to ensure the plan is effectively being met.
360factors has demonstrated innovation in GRC with its product for Regulatory Change Management.
Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit for GRC 20/20
Investment in training and corporate learning, typically viewed as “check-the-box” requirements, represent core aspects of corporate GRC initiatives. 360factors Regulatory Change Management Software stream lines the corrective and preventive action and maps employee training to each regulation and audit gaps.
Nick Biron, Blue Hills Research
This is one of the most user friendly Enviromental Management System.