Integrated Safety Management System- Facilitator : Adrian Gannon
Program code: ASSP Workshop
This programme has been developed for all employers and employees involved in management systems and operational excellence, in particular those that use an integrated approach. The workshop uses the content and principles of ISO standards to illustrate the core elements of management systems and where integration can be applied. The workshop is designed to provide a practical approach (using sample management systems) to the process of developing management systems compliant with international standards and further developing integrated management systems. A key part of the workshop is a discussion of recent / imminent developments with international standards and in particular ISO 31000: 2009 – Risk Management, and ISO 45000 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System, which will replace the need for OHSAS 18000.
The objective of this two-day conference is to familiarize delegates with the concept of operational excellence and Integrated Management Systems (IMS) and equip delegates with the skills to: • Identify the advantages and disadvantages of an IMS • Appreciate the meaning of operational excellence and the means of implementing operational excellence in an organization • Appreciate a broader approach to risk managements and the fundamentals of ISO 31000 Risk Management • Identify common elements of management systems – ISO 9000 (Quality), ISO 14000 (Environment) and OHSAS 18000 (Occupational Health and Safety) • Discuss key differences between OHSAS 18000 and the imminent ISO 45000 • Analyse elements of separate management systems and identify areas that can be integrated • Identify means of further integrating existing IMS's with a view to generate deficiencies • Describe how the outputs of the IMS can be applied using the principles of ISO 31000 – Risk Management, as a means of measuring the status of a program of operational excellence
• Management systems • Integrated Management Systmes • Advantages and disadvantages of an IMS • Fundamentals of ISO 31000 Risk Management • ISO 9000 (Quality), ISO 14000 (Environment) and OHSAS 18000 (Occupational Health and Safety) • ISO 45000 • Outputs of IMSs • Operational excellence
Assessment and Certification
On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive an attendance certificate from American Society of Safety Professionals.
All market industry segments and all personnel involved in programs of operational excellence and the development, implementation, appraisal and use of integrated management systems, including: • General Managers and Supervisors • QHSE Managers / Officers, • Auditors, • Loss Prevention & Security, • Operating Staff and employees in general.