Many people will at least be aware of the safety management system known as HSG65 the document series and number, in fact. It arrived more than 20 years ago. HSG65 is being currently being revised. We are living in an age where we have to be constantly fiddling with our mobiles. Texting, waiting for that important email, tweeting and updating Facebook and LinkedIn. The revised draft version is in three main parts there is a fourth part, but this is simply a list of references and links.
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The Health and Safety Executive HSE has recently announced the completion of online guidance that they believe will make it easier for larger organisations and business leaders to understand the actions they need to take to comply with health and safety regulations. A wide number of stakeholders have influenced the development of this important guidance.
This has led to significant changes to well recognised features. The guidance has been revised to simplify key concepts and to provide a stronger focus on issues such as senior management leadership, workforce involvement and occupational health.
The new web-based guidance provides primarily information on managing for health and safety and is accompanied by web links to existing and more extensive guidance on specific features of health and safety management, such as risk assessment and leadership. They also hope the material will be of value to workers and their representatives.
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Health and Safety Management Models – HSG65
All management models, whether they are designed to manage occupational safety and health or any other function, they all have the same key elements which are:. The Plan, Do, Check, Act guidance and something you need to know for the exam is reviewed below. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.
Managing for health and safety (HSG65)
Not yet available as a hard copy, this guidance is hosted on a microsite. The new online health and safety guidance is intended to make it easier for larger organisations and business leaders to understand the actions they need to take to comply with regulations. It simplifies key concepts and focuses more strongly on issues such as senior management leadership, workforce involvement and occupational health. The fact that the PDCA model is commonly referenced in ISO management standards also helps reaffirm that managing for health and safety is integral to running a business, and not a stand-alone add-on. This part of Managing for safety and health is concerned with delivery so is likely to be of most interest to health and safety professionals.