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  • Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachIndustrial Accident Prevention Association (IAPA)1-800-406-IAPA www.iapa.caPresentation Authors:Maureen C. Shaw, IAPALeonard Sassano, IAPAAPOSHO-20Asia Pacific Occupational Safety & Health Organization August 31 September 3, 2004 Beijing, P.R. China

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    IntroductionDefinition and benefits of recognition programsExisting programs in Canada and other jurisdictionsDesign considerations for recognition programs and the need for a managed system approachIAPAs Integrated Management System

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    "A World where risks are controlled because everyone believes suffering and loss are morally, socially and economically unacceptable."Our Vision is

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    To improve the quality of life in workplaces and communities we serve by being an internationally recognized leader in providing effective programs, products and services for the prevention of injury and illness.

    Mission

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    #*87 years of health & safety

    225 committed, skilled employees

    100 consultants/specialists

    900 VolunteersAlone we can do so little; together we can do so much.

    Helen Keller

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    #*Consulting & Technical Services

    Training and education

    Integrated Management System

    Over 100 products and servicesDivide each difficulty into as many pieces as is feasibleand necessary to solve it.

    Rene Descartes

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    #*Collaborating Centre ILO/WHO

    National/International collaboration

    A focus on young and new workers

    Centre of ExcellenceComing together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress;Working together is success.

    Henry Ford

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Recognition ProgramsDefinition: a formal recognition and verification by standard setting authorities that an organizations policies and programs meet the requirements of an effective, integrated occupational health and safety management system.Key objective: to promote effective workplace policies, programs and practices and to recognize enterprises that go beyond compliance.

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Benefits of Recognition Programs The primary benefit of a Recognition Process would be the systematic prevention of injuries, illnesses and fatalities as well as the human and financial costs. Secondly, it verifies and recognizes good performers and provides a market driven standard Thirdly, it provides focus to enforcement bodies on poor performers

    Accreditation has the potential to strengthen workplace commitment to high standards through social and economic motivators.An internationally recognized symbol for a verified/accredited health and safety management system should be created.

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Motivators for Recognition Programs Economic Motivators:Link formal recognition to lower insurance premiumsConfer a market advantage to accredited firms with a competitive edge to obtaining contracts (certificate)Improved productivity, quality, staff morale, customer satisfactionBecomes a voluntary standard and requirement within supply chain (bidding process)

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Motivators for Recognition Programs Contd.Social Motivators:Positive recognition of accredited companies good corporate social responsibilityImproved public relations and improved market positionPositive corporate culture within companies Legal Motivators:Provides opportunities for government to focus on high risk enterprises

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Evolving Recognition Programs in Canada Alberta:Partners in Injury Reduction ProgramA voluntary discount programEmployers must develop and implement a health and safety management system and pass an external audit

    Nova Scotia:NS Construction Safety Association awards Certificate of Recognition to companies that have implemented a successful safety programFirms must pass an auditCoR is a requirement as part of the tendering process

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Recognition Programs in Other Jurisdictions United StatesOSHAs Voluntary Protection Program requires companies to adopt effective OHS management systems.MexicoRecognizes companies using a verification tool that is based on IAPAs Integrated Management System.

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Considerations in Recognition Program DesignVoluntary or mandatory participationType of incentive certificate/financial or bothAccreditation standards may vary with the size of companyExternal/internal audit process and frequency Single or multiple levels of accreditation allows for progressive improvementsCapacity and capability for program delivery ensure small enterprises needs are considered

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Recognition programs underlie the need for an integrated managed system approach where program activity is planned, implemented, evaluated, improved, documented and verified

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    You cannot achieve business excellence until you effectively manage the safety, health and environmental risks in your workplace.

    Effective managing means more than controlling losses.

    It means gaining CONTROL

    The Case for a Managed System

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    A comprehensive, proven management methodology for the continual improvement of your safety, health and environment management systems, programs and activities

    Designed to deliver measurable, continual and sustainable improvementIAPAs INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (IMS)For Safety, Health and the Environment

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    How IAPA Developed IMSAll occupational injuries, illnesses, and losses are preventableLegislative requirements are only minimum standardsHealth, safety and environment are integral to a successful organizational cultureEffective programs and systems require full commitment and active involvement by everyoneIAPA identified a set of fundamental values, beliefs and principles that has helped successful organizations gain CONTROL:

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    IAPAs solid working knowledge of local, national and international codes and standards

    IAPAs 85+ years of consulting and training experience

    IAPAs solutions-based team of consultants that helps organizations discover new methods to sustain high performanceThe Foundation for IAPAs IMS System

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    What You Can Expect From IMS A Customizable Framework for:Legislative compliance and due diligenceIntegrating the management of safety, health and the environmentIdentifying and managing organizational and operational risksManaging change to control the associated risksBuilding your internal capacity toward self-relianceA regular cycle of evaluation and improvement

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Three Essential PartsContinual Improvement Management System (CIMS)14 Common Core ElementsFour Subject DisciplinesSafety ManagementHealth ManagementEnvironmental ManagementProcess Safety Management

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    Continual Improvement Management System (CIMS) LeadershipHazard ID,Risk Assessment,Needs DeterminationImplementation Strategy / PlanStandardsProcedures, Guidelines & PracticesCommunicationTraining,Personnel DevelopmentMeasurementEvaluationRecognition,Improvement,CorrectionConsists of ten essential components:

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CIMS)With 10 components

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2, 2004

    14 Common Core ElementsIntegral to any successful safety, health and environment management system Hiring and PlacementEngineeringRegulatory ManagementOperating ProceduresMaintenanceInspectionsPurchasing ManagementContractor ManagementManagement of ChangeInformation ManagementPersonal Protective EquipmentEmergency Planning, Preparedness & ResponseAccident / Incident Investigation & AnalysisClaims Management

    Recognition Programs Using a Managed System ApproachM. C. Shaw, IAPAL. Sassano, IAPASeptember 2,