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AWARENESS ON EHS STANDARDS

Quality Team

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EHS Policy
All employees of Infinite are committed to do their best in following the Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) policy:
We at, Infinite: Are committed to minimize the harmful effects of the day-to-day operations impact upon the environment by adopting latest technologies, whenever and wherever practicable. Shall comply with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment standards and all relevant regulations. Shall be committed to comply with applicable legal and other requirements Shall follow appropriate methods for Prevention of Pollution, Injuries & Illhealth including environmental legislation, through continual improvement Shall communicate with local communities to minimize any disturbance caused by our works. Shall ensure our suppliers and contractors are aware of this Policy. Shall conduct the activities in such a way as to take foremost account of the Health and Safety of the Employees and other parties

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EHS Audit Objectives Why Audit?


To determine conformance with EHS audit criteria To determine proper implementation and maintenance of EHS To identify areas of potential improvement To assess ability of management review to ensure continuing suitability and effectiveness of EHS To evaluate suppliers EHS compliance Affect health and safety in the workplace, or could affect health and safety in the workplace Occupational health and safety (OH&S) factors affect employees (permanent and temporary), contractors, visitors, and anyone else who is in the workplace.

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Evolution of ISO 14001 system

1992: Initial concept 1996: First version

2004: Revised and Updated

Evolution of OHSAS 18001 system

1992: British Health & Safety Commission publishes management of health and safety at work

1993: British Health and Safety Executive publishes HS(G)65, successful health and safety management

1996: British standard BS 8800 launched, used as model OHSMS

1999: OHSAS 18001 Specification published based on BS8800

2000: OHSAS 18002 Guidelines published to assist in the implementation of OHSAS 18001

2007: Latest revision

Why EMS?
Environmental performance of an organization are closely scrutinized by shareholders, employees, creditors, regulators, environmental groups and the general public. Their responses could significantly affect share prices. Environmental performance can have trade implications.

Why OHSAS?
Reduction in accidents and potential litigation Increased credibility within your industry Demonstrated high levels of occupational health & safety when looking to take on new contracts and expand your customer base Potential reduction in costs

Environment Management System


The part of the overall management system that includes organizational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes and resources for developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining the environmental policy

Health & Safety Management System


A set of interrelated elements to establish and support the OHS policy, its objectives and targets and the mechanism to achieve them Part of the overall management system that facilitates the management of the OH&S risks associated with the business of the organization.
This includes the organizational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes and resources for developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining the organizations OH&S policy.

EMS Management Model

Input
Raw Material Water / Air Power Recycled material Suppliers

Process
Unit Operation / Process

Output
Product By-product Water Gaseous Emissions Liquid Waste Disposal

Re-usable Waste

Solid Waste (disposal)

Control of output Standards of performance to be applied to Output

H&S Management Model

Input
Design & Selection of plant and equipment Equipment used by others Acquisitions and purchases Human Resources

Process
Risk assessment Safe working methods Work instructions PPEs Accident Prevention

Output
Product By-product Air & Noise Emissions Incidents

Procedures

Control of output Standards of performance to be applied to Output

EHS Management System

4.2

4.1 Continual Improvement

Environmental Policy Health & Safety Policy

4.6 Management Review

4.3 Planning

4.5 Checking and Corrective Action

4.4 Implementation and Control

EHS Management System

4.1 General Requirements

4.2 EHS Policy

4.3 Planning

4.4 Implementation & Operation

4.5 Checking

4.6 Management Review

4.3.1 Env Aspects / Hazard Id - Risk Assessment

4.4.1 Resources, Roles, Responsibilities & Authority

4.5.1 Monitoring & Measurement

4.3.2 Legal & Other Requirements

4.4.2 Competence, Training & Awareness

4.5.2 Evaluation of Compliance

4.3.3 Objectives, Targets & Programs

4.4.3 Communication

4.5.3 Accident Investigation, NC, CA & PA

4.5.4 Control of Records

4.5.5 Internal Audit

4.1 Continual Improvement


Process of enhancing the environmental / health and safety management system to achieve improvements in overall environmental / health & safety performance in line with the organization's environmental / health & safety policy
Note : The process need not take place in all areas of activity simultaneously

Terms & Definitions


Environmental Performance
Measurable results of the environmental management system, related to an organization's control of its environmental aspects, based on its environmental policy, objectives and targets

OH&S Performance
Measurable results of an organizations management of its OH&S risks
NOTE OH&S performance measurement includes measuring the effectiveness of the organizations controls.

Prevention Of Pollution
Use of processes, practices, techniques, materials, products, services or energy to avoid, reduce or control pollution, in order to reduce adverse environmental impacts

Prevention of OHSAS incident


Uses of processes, practices, techniques, materials, products, services or energy to avoid, reduce or control injury, in order to reduce risk factors

Terms & Definitions


Interested Party
Individual or group concerned with or affected by the environmental and/or health & safety performance of an organization
Contractors Employees Visitors Insurers Neighbors Shareholders

4.2 Policy
All employees of Infinite are committed to do their best in following the Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) policy:
We at, Infinite: Are committed to minimize the harmful effects of the day-to-day operations impact upon the environment by adopting latest technologies, whenever and wherever practicable. Shall comply with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment standards and all relevant regulations. Shall be committed to comply with applicable legal and other requirements Shall follow appropriate methods for Prevention of Pollution, Injuries & Illhealth including environmental legislation, through continual improvement Shall communicate with local communities to minimize any disturbance caused by our works. Shall ensure our suppliers and contractors are aware of this Policy. Shall conduct the activities in such a way as to take foremost account of the Health and Safety of the Employees and other parties

4.2 Policy
Must be developed by Top Management Clearly state objectives Should contain 3 commitments

Environmental Policy

Communicated to employees Optional to make available to general public

Prevent Pollution / Injury / ill health Comply with current regulations and legislation To continually improve
Available to interested parties

Policy should be
Documented Implemented Reviewed

Maintained by key stakeholders

4.3 EHS Planning

Planning

Identify Activities, Products and Services

Identify Environmental Aspects / Impacts & Risks

Determine Significant Environmental Aspects & Risks

Establish Objectives & Targets

Develop Environmental & Health and Safety Management Program(s)

Determine Legal & Other Requirements

4.3.1 Environmental aspects


Environmental Aspect
Element of an organizations activities, products or services than can interact with the environment
Note : A significant environmental aspect is an environmental aspect that has or can have a significant environmental impact

Environmental Impact
Any change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organization's activities, products or services

4.3.1 Hazards / Risks


Hazard
A hazard is the potential for harm In practical terms, a hazard often is associated with a condition or activity that, if left uncontrolled, can result in an injury or illness
Serious injuries are those that result in time loss (beyond the three day grace period) and/or hospitalization beyond an emergency room visit.

Risk
It is the potential of harm or loss (generally economic) and its impact to the company or individual from a potential hazard.

Determining Significant Aspects/Risks


When applying criteria, an organization can set levels (or values) of significance associated with each criterion, for e.g. based on combination of likelihood (probability/frequency) of an occurrence and its consequences (severity/intensity) Some type of scale or ranking can be helpful in assigning significance, for e.g. quantitatively in terms of numeric value, or qualitatively in terms of levels such as high, medium low or negligible.

Terms & Definitions

Near Miss
The accident, incident, or event that did not happen, but would have happened except for the luck of the draw They can be the result of individual action, established process or procedure, maintenance failure, and a few others

Assessment must address


Routine and non-routine activities All personnel, including contractors and visitors facilities at the workplace, whether provided by the organization or by others

4.3.1 Aspect/Hazard Identification and Impact/Risk Assessment


Methodology must be proactive
in advance of process/equipment changes allow engineering of controls during design implementation of controls as change occurs

Process overview
identification of aspects/hazards evaluation of aspects/risks under current controls evaluation of the tolerability of residual risk identification of needed additional controls

4.3.1 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment


People are involved
significant aspects/risks must be controlled individual behavior is a significant factor for H&S

4.3.2 Legal & other requirements

Legal requirements : Goes with nature, scale and environmental impacts. Other requirements: Includes
agreements with public authorities agreements with customers non-regulatory guidelines voluntary principles or codes of practice requirements of trade associations agreements with community groups or N.G.Os public commitments of the organizations or its parent organization

4.4 EMS Implementation & Operation

Implementation &

Operation

Organization & Accountability

Capabilities & Communication

Controls

4.4.1 Resources, roles, responsibility & authority

4.4.2 Competence, training & awareness

4.4.4 Documentation

4.4.5 Control of Documents 4.4.3 Communication

4.4.6 Operational Control

4.4.3.2 Participation of workers & Consultation with contractors

4.4.7 Emergency preparedness and response

4.5 EHS Checking & Corrective Action

Objectives & Targets

4.5.1 EMS Monitoring & Measurement - OHSAS Performance measurement

4.5.2 Evaluation of Compliance against requirements


Legal Other

4.5.3 Non-conformity Corrective / Preventive Action Incident investigation

4.5.4 Control of Records

4.5.5 Internal Audit

4.6 EHS Management Review

Review confirms EHS suitability and effectiveness Shall include:


Results from audit Communication from external interested parties Environmental performance The extent to which objectives have been met Status of corrective and preventive actions Follow-up actions from previous management review Changing circumstances Recommendations for improvements

Continual Improvement

Management Review

Employee Responsibility
Comply with applicable environmental, health and safety laws and regulations, EHS policy and accepted safe work practices. Be familiar with the emergency plan, the emergency assembly area and emergency coordinators for their building, and participate in emergency drills. Learn about potential hazards associated with their work and work area; know where information on these hazards is kept for their review; and use this information when needed. Report all unsafe conditions to their supervisor or safety committee as soon as is reasonably possible. Warn co-workers about defective equipment and other hazards. Participate in health and safety training applicable to their work situation. Participate in required inspection and monitoring programs.

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Environmental Health & Safety


Dos.
Wear badges at all times Stay with guides during the visit Wear PPEs where recommended on-site Follow protocol in case of an emergency Follow instructions of guide/ERT members Emergency Route map availability on each floor Location of Safe Assembly points Use designated smoking areas if needed Report any potential unsafe act or condition to the guides

Dont..
Use elevators in case of emergencies Panic in case of power shut down while in elevator Contact emergency number Press alarm/await assistance Litter, use appropriate bins for disposing trash

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