Pillar 4 (Risk Based Process Safety) – Workforce Involvement
Workers, at all levels and in all positions in an organisation, should have roles and responsibilities for enhancing and ensuring the safety of the organisation’s operations.
However, some workers may not be aware of all of their opportunities to contribute.
Some organisations may not effectively tap into the full expertise of their workers or, worse, may even discourage workers who seek to contribute through what the organisation views as a non-traditional role.
Workforce involvement provides a system for enabling the active participation of company and contractor workers in the design, development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the RBPS management system.
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The Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) describes Process Safety Management (PSM) as:
“The application of management principles and systems to the identification, understanding and control of process hazards in order to prevent process related injuries and accidents”.
Extracted from my 3 Day Process Safety Management (PSM) Training Course (which includes workshops, role playing and examples). .