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Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) and Safety Management System (SMS) Regulations to AMO/AEO

MAJ OMAR ZAI BIN ABAS RMAF SO 2 Occupational Safety & Health (OS&H) Directorate General Technical Airworthiness (DGTA)


Safety Management Systems OHSAS 18001 and MS 1722:2011 the importance of Occupational, Safety and Health Management System in the work place. regulatory compliance requirement of OSH applicable to AMO/AEO

What is an Occupational Health & Safety Management System?

OSHMS It is a businesslike approach to safety. It is a systematic, explicit & comprehensive process for managing safety hazards & risks. As with all management systems, it provides for goal setting, planning, & measuring performance.

OSHA 1994 (general) to promote a working environment the is conducive and suitable to the workers psychological and physiological needs.

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This is an Act to provide for the control of factories with the respect to matters relating to the safety, health and welfare of persons therein, the registration and inspection of machinery and for matters connected therewith.

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Health, safety and environment are given top priority in planning and operations

Aircraft Accidents

Aircraft Accidents

Aircraft Accidents

The Team anticipates that the first standards and regulations to be applied through the ASHP will consist of most of those reviewed in the Teams report issued in December 2000, namely, OSHA requirements for recordkeeping, bloodborne pathogens, noise, sanitation, hazard communication, and access to employee exposure/medical records.
ASH Team Action Plan

Hearing before a subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House ... Congress, second session, August 16, 1980

TAMM REGULATION 5 Section 2 Leaflet 5

5.1.9. Safety The AMO shall observe all safety precautions detailed in the aircraft and aeronautical product technical publications and documents.


LEAFLET 2 GUIDANCE REGULATION SPECIFIC Regulation Reference Section 2 Regulation 5

REGULATION 5.1.9 - SAFETY Philosophy and Concept

58. Safety precautions and instructions are published in MINDEF policy and required by government legislation. Within maintenance publications and instructions, warnings and cautions are provided to ensure safety of personnel and protection of equipment during particular maintenance processes. Every person involved in maintenance is responsible not only for their own safety, but also the safety of subordinates and others within the workplace. This regulation requires that AMOs comply with all safety requirements authorised by DGTA and the relevant AEO.

SECTION 4 LEAFLET 2 GUIDANCE REGULATION SPECIFIC Section 2 Regulation 5 Cross References 59. SAO references address the requirement of this regulation: Explanation and Amplification 60. The regulation requires that, in addition to SAO requirements, AMOs comply with other safety requirements stipulated by DGTA and the relevant AEO. It does not exclude an AMO from complying with MINDEF policy or government legislation for Occupational Health and Safety.


i. SMM, Doc 9859 AN/ 474 ii. SMS, DCA AN 101

Occupational Safety and Health i. OHSAS 18001:2007 ii. MS 1722:2011

(Standard Malaysia has decided a 2-year period of transition for the new revision of the MS 1722:2011, beginning from 4 August 2011 to 4 August 2013. By 1 June 2012 onwards, all audit plans prepared for the existing and new client organisations should include MS 1722 as the audit criteria)

Requirement for SMS

ICAO Doc 9859 AN 474 Safety Management Manual (SMM) Second Edition 2009

AIC Malaysia 06/2008 dtd 23 Jul

Requirement of Occupational Safety & Health (OS&H)

Occupational Safety & Health Act 1994 (Act 514) Safety & Health Officer Regulation 1997 Safety & Health Committee Regulation 1996 USECHH Regulation 2000 NADOPOD Regulation 2004 Safety & Health Policy Regulation 1995 Hazard Identification,Risk Assessment & Risk Control (HIRARC), Guidelines on Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems (OSHMS), Guidelines On Occupational Safety And Health In The Office, Guidelines On First-Aid Facilities In The Workplace, Guidelines For Labelling Of Hazardous Chemicals, Guidelines On The Use of Personal Protective Equipment Against Chemicals Hazards,

SMS focuses on human performance, Human Factors and organizational factors, and integrates into these, as appropriate, quality management techniques and processes to contribute to the achievement of safety satisfaction.
(ICAO - SMM - 7.6.10)

SCOPE OF OHSAS 18001:2007


This OHSAS Standard is intended to address occupational health and safety, and is not intended to address other health and safety areas such as employee wellbeing/wellness programmes, product safety, property damage or environmental impacts. The focus of OHSAS Standards, towards person under the control of the organization and other interested parties, is broader

The objective of SMS is to identify the safety hazards the organization must confront, and that in many cases it generates, during delivery of services, and to bring the safety risks of the consequences of these hazards under organizational control.
(ICAO-SMM 7.6.10)


OHSAS 18001 is the requirement standard for an OH&S Management Systems which was recently updated and adopted as OHSAS 18001:2007. The update reflects the learnings achieved from widespread use of the standard across the world and provides more emphasis on Health rather than just Safety.

ICAO SMS framework

Safety policy and objectives Management commitment and responsibility Safety accountabilities Appointment of key safety personnel Coordination of emergency response planning SMS documentation Safety risk management Hazard identification Risk assessment and mitigation Safety assurance Safety performance monitoring and measurement The management of change Continuous improvement of the SMS Safety promotion Training and education Safety communication


OSH framework

Correspondence between the clauses of the MS 1722:2011 and SMS-DCA

MS 1722:2011 Clause 1 2 3 3.1 3.1.1 Introduction Scope and purpose Term and definitions OSHMS in the Organisation Safety Management System (SMS)DCA Clause 2 4 Scope Definition

Policy Occupational Safety and Health Policy 3.1.2 Employee participation 3.2 Organising 3.2.1 Responsibility and accountability and authority 3.2.2 Competence and training and awareness

Safety Policy and Objectives

6.2 9 9.2

Organisational and responsibilities Safety Promotion Safety Training

3.2.3 3.2.4 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 OSHMS documentation Communication Planning and Implementation Initial Review Occupational safety and health objectives Hazard Identification Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC) Emergency Preparedness and Response Management of change 6.5 9.3 6.3 Documentation Safety Communication SMS Implementation Plan


Safety Policy and Objectives

Hazard Identification



Coordination of emergency response planning Management of Change



3.3.6 3.3.7 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 Procurement Contracting Evaluation Performance monitoring and measurement Incident Investigation 6.3 6.3 8.2 8.2 SMS Implementation Plan SMS Implementation Plan Safety performance monitoring and measurement Safety performance monitoring and measurement Safety performance monitoring and measurement

3.4.4 3.5 3.5.1 3.5.2

Management review Action for Improvement Preventive and corrective action Continual improvement


3.1 8.4

Safety performance monitoring and measurement Continuous improvement of the Safety Management


not formulate Safety and Health Policy (OSHA 1994, Sec 16/Safety & Health Policy Regulation 1995 )

not establish Safety & Health Committee

no appointment letter for Safety & Health Rep

(OSHA 1994, Sec 30/Safety & Health Committee Regulation 1996)


no proper record keeping for Safety & Health documentations.

not develop OSH Management System not develop HAZARD assessment, not develop OSH planning program

(OSHA 1994, Sec 15)

OSH Requirements to the AMO/AEO

The AMO shall establish, document, implement, maintain and continually improve an integrated Safety Management System (SMS) in accordance with the OSH Legal Requirements and ICAO standard requirements. The AMO shall define and document the scope of its SMS.

SMS Requirement to the AMO/AEO

The commitment of the AMO to complete the following three (3) steps:

The AMO must have a Policy Statement on Occupational Safety and Health;(Sect 16) OSH Planning, Implementation, Verification and reviewing (including proactive measures of Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Determining of control (HIRADC) , Safety & Health Awareness and Operation Control training, establishment of SH objectives, SH Committee or workgroup , SH work instructions and OSH MS auditing) on organization OSH MS .(Sect 17 & 18)

OSH Requirement to the AMO/AEO

To take immediate action on any improvement required by DGTA or relevant bodies . To ensure action taken on the root cause of the problem and prevent recurrence as far as practicable.