It covers issues such as:
– Planning for hazard identification
– Risk assessment/control
– OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) management, awareness and competence, training, communication, emergency preparedness and response, performance measuring and improvement
Implementation of the standards is intended to provide multiple benefits:
– Reduced risk (via improved safety management of health and safety risks),
– Competitive advantage (via demonstration of commitment to health and safety),
– Improved performance (via improved operational efficiency through accident management reduction and reduced downtime),
– Reduced costs (via reduced insurance premiums and compensation/penalties for breached legislation/etc)
– NFPA Codes.
– PAS 79:2007, Fire risk assessment. Guidance and a recommended methodology.
– ISO/TS 16732:2005, Fire Safety Engineering — Guidance on Fire Risk Assessment