02.02 Site Health & Safety Management System

  • · Site H&S Management Organisation & Responsibilities have been defined for all Key functions outlining what is expected of them in terms of their contribution to the management of H&S at the site.

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  • Good practice

02.04 Visible Felt Leadership (VFL)

02.04.01 Deployment

  • · Has the Site Management Team been trained to practice VFL interactions effectively?

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  • Good practice

  • · Is there a tracking system in place and is the performance of the site management team against their personal targets monitored regularly?

  • Information

  • Good practice

03.02.02 – Feedback From a H&S Committee Member

  • · Is there a regular survey to collect employees’ opinions about the site HS culture?

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  • Good practice

  • · Are the outcomes addressed in the Site H&S Improvement Plan?

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  • Good practice

04.05 Mobile Equipment

  • · Is there an effective system to ensure drivers skills are relevant and refreshed for any mobile equipment used on site?

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  • Good practice

04.06 Energy Isolation (EI) & LockOut TagOut TryOut (LOTOTO)

  • · Has everyone received basic training in the principles associated with effective LOTOTO practices?

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  • Good practice

04.07 Conveyors - Machinery

  • · Is there an effective training program for every employee or contractor prior to them being asked to work on or near a conveyor?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.09 Lifting & Rigging

  • · Have people been suitably trained to plan and assess the risks associated with the lifting of equipment in order that it can be completed in a safe manner?

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  • Good practice

04.11 Occupational Health

04.11.03 Hazardous Substances

  • · Are the people who need to use the hazardous substances aware of and trained for the risks they present and the control measures they need to adopt?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.11.05 Health, others

  • - Alcohol& Drugs

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.13 Geotechnical Management

  • · Have people been trained in the working method and made aware of the risks associated with quarry working?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.16 Welfare Provision

  • · Are canteen facilities and rest areas maintained and inspected regularly to ensure satisfactory standards of hygiene?

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  • Good practice

  • · Are there rules for the prevention of inappropriate eating / drinking in the workplace?

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  • Good practice

  • · Are suitably maintained washing and toilet facilities available to all workgroups? Is a good standard of hygiene demonstrated?

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  • Good practice

  • · Are employees provided with dry and secure accommodation for clothing and personal affairs whilst they are at work?

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  • · Is clean drinking water provided, and has it been labelled as such?

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  • Good practice

04.19 People transport

  • Contractors / companies:
    - have contractors been selected on HS performance as well,
    - is the contract including HS,
    - do the same rules apply for subcontractors (and are they agreed with ETEX),
    - is the use of spot-hauliers avoided

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  • Good practice

  • Drivers:
    - Do drivers have a license, are they medically checked
    - Are they separately trained for the ETEX requirements
    - Respect rules of the road, do not take A&D, respect driving hours
    - Use required PPE on site of ETEX

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  • Good practice

  • Vehicles:
    - Have standard safety equipment and all other standard equipmet fitted
    - have been maintained , serviced and inspected acc. to builders manual
    - have done a prestart check before leaving
    - Lights on all day and night

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  • Good practice

  • Journey management :
    - preferred roads are used with safe rest areas
    - inventory of actual bottle necks and black spots before leaving
    - No passengers for which no safe seat are present are permitted

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  • Good practice

  • Loading/unloading:
    - One seat, One passenger, One safety belt
    - Luggage physically seperated from passengers

  • Information

  • Good practice

07.01 HR Processes

07.01.01 Organization and Human Resource (OHR) Review

  • · H&S is fully integrated into the OHR review process. An individual’s H&S Performance is taken into account and has an influence on their career path

  • Information

  • Good practice

07.01.02 Recruitment

  • · Job definition profiles – are they defined with HS issues being considered as part of the recruitment process? (skills requirement, physical capabilities, HS leadership issues, etc.)

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is a Health Questionnaire completed during the recruitment process in order to assess the individual’s state of health and their capacity to perform the role they are being recruited for?

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  • Good practice

  • · Prior to any recruitment (or before confirming final process) is there a systematic initial medical check to assess candidate profile versus job requirements?

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  • Good practice

  • · As part of the personal background check is the previous HS experience of the recruit recorded and presented to the N+1 of the new employee?

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  • Good practice

07.01.03 Induction

  • · Is there a documented induction process established for any person visiting the site, regardless of status? (employee, contractor, visitor)

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  • Good practice

  • · Does the induction program include HS Policy & Rules applicable at site and what to do in the event of an incident?

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  • Good practice

  • · Does the Induction program include practical training related to the HS specific risks of the new persons workplace?

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  • Good practice

07.01.04 Ongoing Development & Competence

  • · Is there a site annual training plan established and controlled to make sure all legal requirements are covered?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is there an individual training needs analysis and an associated personal training plan developed and deployed for all permanent employees to match their HS responsibilities attached to the job position?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is there tracking system ensuring the quality and delivery of training is done to provide relevant personal development and HS competence?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Are employees trained to recognise accidents and do they understand the part they have to play in the reporting of accidents?

  • Information

  • Good practice

09.01 Documentation and Record Keeping

  • · Records are defined as written documentation of activities that have taken place such as training records, meeting minutes, etc.

  • Information

  • Good practice

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