Multioperational Entity

International Multioperational Entity Application of this system, titled Management of

Change Policy for Safety and Environmental Risks, extends the acfivifies of SH&E professionals be- yond that of any other example. It covers 10 pages, although the bulletin issued by the safety enfity within the organization is much longer.

Only two of five exhibits were made available because of proprietary reasons. Unique aspects in- clude the following:

•Due diligence is included in a Hst of definifions. SH&E professionals are to assess acquisitions and similar transacfions.

•Global franchise management board members are listed under responsibilifies. They are to ensure compliance with the standard.

•A preliminary SH&E assessment questionnaire shall be initiated during the project planning stage.

•A secfion fitled Evaluafing Change (Risk Assess- ment Guidelines) includes these subjects, which may not be included in other examples, at least not as extensively:

a) new process product and development; b) capital/noncapital project; c) external mantifacturing;

d) business acquisifions; e) significant downsizing/hiring. •Conducting risk analyses is a major section. This example is noteworthy because of its

breadth. Interestingly, the system was issued by the safety and industrial hygiene unit, which im- plies management support for superior operafional risk management.

Conclusion This arficle has provided a primer that SH&E

professionals can use to craft an organizafion-spe- cific MOC/prejob planning system. Safety profes- sionals should consider whether their employers could benefit from having such a system in place. Having a system that prestudies changes because of their inherent hazards and risks and their poten- tial effect on safety, productivity and environmen- tal controls is good risk management. PS


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