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STRONG DEMONSTRATED
MANAGEMENT
COMMITMENT

PRINCIPLE
Basic component of a successful safety program
For a program to be most effective, must exist at all
levels
Commitment of top management
Establishes the importance of safety
Guarantees support for individual elements of the
safety program.
To achieve best results; top management must believe

employee safety is as important as asset


availability, reliability, cost, quality and employee
relations

EXERCISE
Modeling Behaviour

Keeping in view the Principles of the PSM discussed, list below how
you can demonstrate your personal commitment to safety:

ESSENTIAL FEATURES
Management is responsible for safety of personnel & protection
of the Company property
Management will direct establishment and implementation of
safety programs through participation in various safety
committees and conducting plant safety audits
Management should have specific, quantifiable, personal safety
goals/targets and implementation plans, which must be
stewarded regularly.
Quantitative safety goals & objectives should also be established
for each employee against which performance should be
measured.

The management will maintain and implement safety,


environment & industrial hygiene rules & procedures.

The management should ensure that necessary training, tools &


equipment are provided to personnel at all levels to perform work
safely.

ESSENTIAL FEATURES
The management will actively participate in safety motivational
/ communication programs
Top management will personally participate in investigation of
serious injuries/ incidents based on severity of incidents

The company would establish a program to encourage off-thejob safety, environment & health awareness amongst its
employees and their families

Safety management training for all EFL managers is a must.

Link management compensation and advancement to safety


program implementation (implementation timing and
implementation quality) and safety results at the corporate EFL
level.

Require all senior managers to conduct a MSA in a different


area. Have managers audit their own areas at the beginning.
Work from a master audit schedule to ensure that all areas and
all managers are covered.

Require each manager to develop group and personal safety


targets and implementation plans in all departments
(Production, Engineering, and MPAS).

The line management team, especially department managers,


must take visible steps to demonstrate commitment at the
plant level. They need to model safety performance on the
shop floor and must address unsafe behaviors.

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QUESTIONS

Audit Questions & Checkpoints