pretask analysis

Serious Injury Experience This pretask analysis form emphasizes obtain-

ing required permits and ensuring that supervisors brief employees on the order of activities and about the risks to be encountered. Employees must sign the form to confirm this briefing; it is the only ex- ample that requires employee signatures.

Exampie 4: !\/lanagement Poiicy & Procedure This basic guidance paper is condensed to three

pages. It is a composite of several MOC policies and procedures issued by organizations in which operations were not highly complex. Reference is made to an MOC champion. Someone must be re- sponsible for the change and manage it through to an appropriate conclusion.

Example 5: SpecificaUy Defined Prescreening Questionnaire

In three pages, this system commences with an interesting prescreening questionnaire. If the answer to all questions is “no,” the formal MOC checklist and approval form need not be complet- ed. With respect to MOC systems, it’s often asked, “To what work does the system apply?” This orga- nization developed a way to answer that quesfion for its operafions.

Exampie 6: Higii-Risk Multiproduct Manufacturing

This MOC policy and procedure reflect the or- ganization’s high-hazard levels. Captions in this four-page example are: safety; ergonomics; occu- pational health; radiation control; security/prop- erty loss prevention; clean air regulafions; spul prevention and community planning; clean water regulations; solid and hazard waste regulations; environmental, safety and health management systems; and an action item tracking instrument.

According to the procedure paper announcing the system:

If a significant change occurs with respect to key safety and health or environmental per- sonnel, the matter wul be reviewed by the S&H manager and the environmental man- ager and a joint report including a risk as- sessment and their recommendations wiU be submitted to location management.

Exampie 7: A Food Company This four-page policy includes product safety

and quality as subjects to be considered. The safety director reports that discipline in the applicafion of this MOC system is rigid, which reflects manage- ment’s determination to avoid damaging incidents and product variations. Provisions for prestart-up and postmodification are extensive. Risks are as- sessed after changes are made and before start-up.

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Example 8: Conglomerate Iota Corp. has a five-page MOC procedure out-

lined in four secfions. Secfion I requires completion of a change request and tracking system require- ments form in which the change is described, a tracking number is assigned and approval levels are established. Approval levels are numerable, in- cluding headquarters in some instances.

Section n outlines a change review and approval procedure that is extensive with respect to occupa- tional safety, health and environmental concerns. Section in is a preimplementafion action summary form that lists subjects for which acfions are nec- essary before change can begin, and it identifies those responsible for those actions. Secfion IV lists 11 points in a postcomplefion form.

Example 9: Extensive System fora Particular Operation

This seven-page example is valuable because of its structure and content. It is somewhat different compared to the other examples. It:

•handles requirements for technical changes and organizafional changes separately and extensively;

•stresses organizafional changes for which risk assessments are required;

•outlines in detail technical changes to which the standard applies;

•lists risk assessment as a separate item that per- tains to all operations;

•includes a lengthy discussion of general con- siderafions, and outlines and thoroughly discusses requirements for a six-point MOC standard: man- agement process; capability; change idenfificafion; risk management; change plan; and documentation.

This is a concept and procedural paper. It does not include the forms used to implement the vari- ous procedures.

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