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This standard defines requirements for an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) and provides flexibility in how to conform to the requirements of this standard in a manner appropriate to each organization and commensurate with its occupational health and safety (OHS) risks.
ContentsForeword1. Scope, Purpose and Application1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose 1.3 Application2. References 2.1 Normative References2.2 Informative References3. Definitions 4. Context of the Organization – Strategic Considerations4.1 Understanding the Organization and Its Context 4.2 Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Workers and Other Interested Parties 4.3 Determining the Scope of the OHS Management System 5. Management Leadership and Worker Participation 5.1 Management Leadership 5.2 Worker Participation 5.3 OHS Management System 6. Planning6.1 Review Process 6.2 Assessment and Prioritization 6.3 Objectives and Targets 6.4 Implementation Plans and Allocation of Resources 7. Support 7.1 Resources 7.2 Education, Training and Competence 7.3 Awareness and Communication 7.4 Document Control Process 8. Implementation and Operation 8.1 Operational Planning and Control 8.2 Identification of OHSMS Issues 8.3 Risk Assessment 8.4 Hierarchy of Controls 8.5 Design Review and Management of Change 8.6 Procurement 8.7 Contractors 8.8 Occupational Health 8.9 Emergency Preparedness 9. Evaluation and Corrective Action 9.1 Monitoring, Measurement and Assessment 9.2 Incident Investigation 9.3 Audits 9.4 Corrective Actions 9.5 Feedback and Organizational Learning 10. Management Review 10.1 Management Review Process 10.2 Management Review Outcomes and Follow-Up Annexes Annex A – ANSI/ASSP Z10.0 Explanatory and Advisory Text E1 Scope, Purpose and Application E1.1 Scope E1.2 Purpose E4 Context of the Organization - Strategic Considerations E4.1 Understanding the Organization and its Context E4.2 Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Workers and Other Interested Parties E4.3 Determining the Scope of the OHS Management System E5 Management Leadership and Worker Participation E5.1 Management Leadership E5.2 Worker Participation E6 Planning E6.1 Review Process E6.2 Assessment and Prioritization E6.3 Objectives and Targets E6.4 Implementation Plans and Allocation of Resources E7 Support E7.1 Resources E7.2 Education, Training and Competence E7.3 Awareness and Communication E7.4 Document and Record Control Process E8 Implementation and Operation E8.1 OHSMS Operational Planning and Control E8.2 Identification of OHSMS Issues E8.3 Risk Assessment E8.4 Hierarchy of Controls E8.5 Design Review and Management of Change E8.6 Procurement E8.7 Contractors E8.9 Emergency Preparedness E9 Evaluation and Corrective Action E9.1 Monitoring, Measurement and Assessment E9.2 Incident Investigation E9.3 Audits E9.4 Corrective Action E10 Management Review E10.1 Management Review Process E10.2 Management Review Outcomes and Follow-Up Annex B – Bibliography 4. Context of the Organization - Strategic Considerations 5. Management Leadership and Worker Participation 6. Planning 7. Support 8. Implementation and Operation 9. Evaluation and Corrective Action 10. Management Review
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