Sunday, 30 October 2011

HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WORK (SMK3)

SMK3 is a conceptualized system to plan, implement and measure the implementation of K3 in the workplace based on the company's Safety Act No.1 Th. 1970 and its implementing regulations.

SYSTEM
Collection of elements that interact and are integrated towards a common goal. Systems approach : Connectedness and wholeness

A set of components, elements, elements or subsystems with all the attributes that are related to each other, influences the other and interdependent so that the whole is an integrated whole as well as having a role or a particular purpose.
Value or the role of a system will be influenced by the value or the role of sub-subsystems.
LUDWIG VON BERTALANFFY

DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEM K3
Part of the company's overall manajamen system which includes organizational structure, planning, implementation, responsibilities, procedures, processes, and resources needed for:
- Developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining policies K3
- In order to control the risks associated with work activities
- To create a workplace that is safe, efficient and productive

Mandatory SMK3 implemented by companies in all sectors and integrated with the Company Management systems Minimum Requirements Must Meet :
- 5 basic principles
- 12 elements / element audits

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3 comments:

  1. Health and safety in the workplace is an issue that affects all businesses. Implementation of an occupational health and safety system has now been mandated by law in many countries. Introduction to OHSAS 18001 Training will help you to comply with the legislation and devise a system to ensure a safe environment in the workplace. It will also introduce a management system to help reduce the risk of accidents, litigation and downtime.

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  2. thanks for the comments and I agree with you

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  3. A health and safety management system is a process put in place by an employer to minimize the risk of injury and illness. This is accomplished by identifying, assessing and controlling risks to workers in all workplace operations. Thanks.

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