A breathing line was not assessed and an operator inhaled nitrogen instead of air. Paragraph 3 refers to the precautionary measures needed when welding in areas that could be potentially flammable by planning and controlling the task using a work permit system.
Paragraph 72 refers to the importance of management controlling the work permit system. Paragraph 73 refers to the principles that should be followed when operating a work permit system. Wrong type of work permit used; Wrong information about work required on the work permit; Failure to recognise the hazards where work is carried out e.
Paragraph 28 refers to the need for a work permit system if a source of ignition is introduced such as welding, cutting or grinding. HS G 64 Assessment of fire hazards from solid materials and the precautions required for their safe storage and use, HSE, The following issues may contribute towards a major accident or hazard: Paragraph 48 illustrates a permit to work system and summarises its expected contents.
HS G 5 Hot work: Human factors; Management of the work permit systems; Poorly skilled work force; Objectives of the work permit system; Types of work permits required; and Contents of the work permits. Contributory factors for an assessor to consider concerning the Work Permit System The Safety Report should address the following points: General principles The following aspects should be considered with respect to Permit to Work Systems: The system should contain any fire precautions necessary.
Paragraph 27 refers to conscious incompetence whereby an employee consciously refused to follow the work permit system to help an operator. Failing of the site safety management system; Failure to recognise a hazard before and during maintenance; Failure to comply with the work permit system in hazardous environments; and Communication failure during the use of a work permit system.
Guidance relating to permit to Work Systems The following HSE publications can be used as guidance material relating to safety issues surrounding permit to work systems: It highlights the importance of safeguarding against risk when carrying out work on a chemical plant.
Major hazards Major hazards could arise from the following: The relevant Level 2 Criteria are 5.Key elements of a Safety and Health Management System to work activities.
This guidance is not intended to be a specification or to be used for performance. WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT. WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT. Authority; ; health. INSTRUCTIONS Monitoring Progress for Sustainable Improvement Identification of the key elements of a monitoring system; and measures that you identify as representing key performance elements.
After you work successfully to achieve improvements in clinical and administrative practices, it. COMAH competent authority guidance and key internal CA procedures; COMAH notifications; Insufficient monitoring of the work permit system.
Guidance relating to permit to Work Systems. Guidance on permit-to-work systems in the petroleum industry. ISBN 0 3, HSE. The Key Performance Indicator Evaluation Process (KPI Process) Aims The KPI evaluation process has four key elements: Agreement of project Key Performance Indicator targets at project outset by the PSG who in turn will apply the colour coded system.
This will allow rapid. a system for auditing and tracking the implementation of audit recommendations to include addressing the possible need for changes to safety and health policy, objectives and other elements of the safety and health management system.
Strategy 4: Care Transitions From Hospital to Home: IDEAL Discharge Planning highlights the key elements of engaging the patient and family in discharge planning: I nclude the patient and family as full partners in the discharge planning process.Download