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ISO 45001 Employee Awareness Training

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Practical approach to implement and comply to ISO 45001:2016 Occupational Health & Safety Standard.
This presentation will help organisations to effectively implement and keep the compliance to ISO 45001:2016 OHSA Standard

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ISO 45001 Employee Awareness Training

  1. 1. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma ISO 45001:2016 Occupational Health & Safety Standard Effective Health and Safety at Construction Site This material was produced for training purpose only under the ISO 45001:2016 requirement. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by any Government. The purpose of this material is for awareness and compliance to ISO 45001 Standard requirements.
  2. 2. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma By the end of this session, you will know the: • Hazards associated with your workplace and best methods to control for them • Key elements for well-functioning health and safety team • Basic legal requirements for health and safety in your workplace • Compliance to ISO 45001:2016 Standard Requirements Objective
  3. 3. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Key Principles of Health & Safety • Employer is responsible for maintaining a safe and healthy workplace • Employees should be involved in developing policies and programs • There should be no sanctions for H&S related activities • Employer should implement best and most effective practices/policies to protect workers from hazards
  4. 4. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Overview of Hazzard What’s going on in your workplace?
  5. 5. CHEMICAL & DUST HAZARDS (cleaning products, pesticides, asbestos, etc.) BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS (mold, insects/pests, communicable diseases, etc.) ERGONOMIC HAZARDS (repetition, lifting, awkward postures, etc.) WORK ORGANIZATION HAZARDS Things that cause STRESS! SAFETY HAZARDS (slips, trips and falls, faulty equipment, etc.) PHYSICAL HAZARDS (noise, temperature extremes, radiation, etc.)
  6. 6. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma What is a Hazzard in your Work Place Discuss the possible hazards in your workplace and the issues involved with hazard identification and working with people with an intellectual disability. Discuss how managers and support staff can involve supported employees with a disability in identifying hazards. You may wish to use this part of the session to develop strategies or action plans for individuals or teams. A hazard is anything that has the potential to cause injury or illness. Hazards in the workplace can include: Physical - examples: Chemical - examples: * noise and vibration * dangerous goods and chemicals * temperature and humidity * poor ventilation, which can cause * poor ventilation problems with dust, fumes, vapours, * poor lighting gases and liquids. * untidiness Environmental - examples: Human behaviour - examples: * condition and design of * boredom equipment and furniture * distraction * occupational overuse * interpersonal interactions injuries such as incorrect * aggression lifting. * communication problems
  7. 7. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Identifying and reporting Hazard There are several ways to identify hazards in the workplace, including: • Inspections and audits • Hazard reports • Job analysis • Health monitoring data • Material safety data sheets • Workplace environment monitoring data
  8. 8. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Hierarchy of Controls
  9. 9. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Controls: Engineering CONTROL AT THE SOURCE! Limits the hazard but doesn’t entirely remove it Other Examples: Mechanical Guards Wet Methods for Dust Enclosures/Isolation Dilution Ventilation Proper equipment The basic concept behind engineering controls is that, to the extent feasible, the work environment and the job itself should be designed to eliminate hazards or reduce exposure to hazards. While this approach is called engineering controls, it does not necessarily mean that an engineer is required to design the control. Re-designed ToolsLocal Exhaust
  10. 10. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Controls: Administrative Aimed at Reducing Employee Exposure to Hazards but Not Removing Them!  Changes in work procedures such as:  Written safety policies/rules  Schedule changes, such as:  Lengthened or Additional Rest Breaks  Job Rotation  Adjusting the Work Pace  Training with the goal of reducing the duration, frequency and severity of exposure to hazards
  11. 11. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Controls: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Control of LAST RESORT! Special Clothing Eye Protection Hearing Protection Respiratory Protection
  12. 12. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Controls: Hierarchy of Controls
  13. 13. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Major Elements of an Effective Safety and Health Program Management Commitment and Employee Involvement Worksite Analysis Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Health Training
  14. 14. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Management Commitment • Top management involvement should be visible and have authority and resources to implement program • Employee involvement in the program and in decisions that affect their safety and health should be encouraged
  15. 15. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Employee Evolvement • A clearly stated worksite policy should be established and communicated with specific goals and objectives. • All aspects of the program should have assigned responsibility and accountability. • Program operations need to be reviewed at least annually, to evaluate and make revisions as needed.
  16. 16. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Worksite Analysis • Identify all existing hazards and conditions that might create new hazards • An efficient program includes actively analyzing the work and the worksite to anticipate and prevent harmful occurrences
  17. 17. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Hazzard Prevention & Control • Triggered by a determination that a hazard or potential hazard exists. • Where feasible, prevent hazards by effective design of job or job site. • Where elimination is not feasible, control hazards to prevent unsafe and unhealthful exposure. • Elimination or control must be accomplished in a timely manner.
  18. 18. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Safety and Health Training • Address the safety and health responsibilities of all personnel. • Ensure that all employees understand the hazards to which they may be exposed and how to prevent harm to themselves and others. • Ensure that managers understand their safety and health responsibilities.
  19. 19. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Compliance to Implemented Standard What standards or regulations exist for the hazards you identified?
  20. 20. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Record Keeping • Requires most employers with more than 10 workers to keep a log of injuries and illnesses.  Workers have the right to review the current log, as well as the logs stored for the past 5 years.  Workers also have the right to view the annually posted summary of the injuries and illnesses (OSHA 300A).
  21. 21. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma OHSAS Logs • Used to document and classify work- related injuries and illnesses and severity of each case. • Annual summary shows totals of injuries and illnesses for the year in each category. • Summary must be posted in a visible location Jan 1 through Dec 31st each year.
  22. 22. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Access to Exposures & Records • Exposure Records • Environmental and biological monitoring • Personal • Workplace • Material Safety Data Sheets • Medical Records • Questionnaires • Results of examinations • Laboratory tests • Medical opinions, diagnoses, etc. • First aid records • Description of treatments
  23. 23. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Hazzard Communication To ensure that employers and employees know about work hazards and how to protect themselves so that the incidence of illnesses and injuries due to hazardous chemicals is reduced.
  24. 24. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals Requires a Chemical Hygiene Plan Capable of protecting employees from health hazards associated with hazardous chemicals in construction sites Capable of keeping exposures below the limits • Requires: • Standard Operating Procedure • Employee information and training • Designation of Chemical Hygiene Officer
  25. 25. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Occupational Exposure to Construction Hazards Requires a Construction Hygiene Plan Capable of protecting employees from hazards associated with hazardous incidents in construction sites Capable of keeping exposures below the limits • Requires: • Standard Operating Procedure • Employee information and training • Designation of HSE Officer
  26. 26. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Hazard Emergency Response • Requires Employers to: • Establish Management Plan for every construction site • Conduct regular inspections and assess conditions of every site • Provide training for custodial/maintenance staff in general awareness and more extensive training for workers doing small jobs and/or emergency cleanups • Covers workers who perform work who aren’t covered by OSHA
  27. 27. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Emergency Response • Requires Employers to: • Establish emergency exit Plan for every construction site • Conduct induction training for all workers, visitors and suppliers at site before they enter the construction site
  28. 28. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Fire Escape & Fire Protection • Requires Employers to: • Establish Fire Escape Plan for every construction site • Establish Fire protection Equipment's at various designated places • Conduct induction training for all workers, visitors and suppliers at site before they enter the construction site
  29. 29. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma USE Of Power Equipment's at Construction site • Requires Employers to: • Establish signs for every power equipment use at construction site • Establish Instruction to use power Equipment's at various designated places • Conduct induction training for all workers, before they use power equipment's. • Establish emergency Procedure for Hazzard
  30. 30. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Working at Height • Requires Employers to: • Establish procedure for working at height. • Establish guidelines to use the ladders and man lifts • Conduct induction training for all workers, before they work on Height • Establish emergency Procedure for Hazzard
  31. 31. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma PPE & Heavy Equipment's Handling Training • Requires Employers to: • Establish Operating instructions for Heavy equipment's. • guidelines How to use the PPE • Conduct induction training for all workers, before they use Heavy equipment's & PPE • Educate worker for use of PPE • Check the appropriate use of PPE at specific intervals • Conduct awareness sessions for all worker to establish best use of PPE
  32. 32. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Emergencies In the case of an accident or emergency, it is important to know where the emergency equipment is and what to do.
  33. 33. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma First Aid Tool Box & Emergency Contact Establish First Aid Kits at various Locations at construction sight. Highlight Emergency contact at various locations at construct sight
  34. 34. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma Ownership Take Ownership of Your Duty SAVE LIFE Contribute Healthy Work Environment
  35. 35. Copy Right© Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma For any further Questions/ inquires Contact : Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma madhu.sharma@k2amanagement.com Facebook: Dr. Madhu Aman Sharma LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/madhuaman

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