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1 Health in Health and Safety Has your organisation got this covered? www.kitney.com © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Jo Kitney Kitney Occupational Health and Safety

2 4 Key Questions 1.What is ‘health’ in health and safety? 2.Why is health (and safety) important? 3.How can ‘health’ be managed? 4.Has your organisation got it covered? © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Health in Health and Safety www.kitney.com

3 1. What is ‘Health’ in Health & Safety? www.kitney.com © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013

4 www.kitney.com 1. What is ‘Health’ in Health and Safety? Health Safety Health and Safety

5 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Health at Work Health Wellness and well- being Capabilities and fitness for work Effects of work on health Health hazards Effects of health on work

6 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Health is about People www.kitney.com

7 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 The 4 P’s www.kitney.com People Process Plant Premises

8 Effects of work on people Effects of people on work LifestyleKnowledge Fitness & capability RelationshipsEnvironmentPlant & tasks © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Work and People

9 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Cause and Effect HEALTH HAZARD CONSIDERATIONS Physical Radiation, noise, vibration, flying, heat, lasers, cold, shifts Chemical Hazardous substances, isocyanates, grease, bleaches, asbestos, lead Biological Hepatitis, HIV, tetanus, Hendra virus, pandemic influenza, Q Fever, zoonoses Environ- ment Humidity, substances, wellness/well- being Ergonomic Manual handling, repetition, confined space, computer use, poor posture, repetitive movements Mental Work/home life imbalance, bullying, over/under work, ‘stress’, fatigue, harassment, isolation HEALTH / LIFESTYLE CONSIDERATIONS Alcohol/ drug misuse Errors, mistakes, accidents, poor performance Musculo- skeletal Manual handling capability, ergonomics, posture Mental health Decision making, relationships, performance, concentration Cardiac conditions Physical tasks, work pressures, capability Skin condition Infection risks, aggravation of condition DiabetesShift work, lone/remote working EpilepsyDriving or operating machinery Lung conditions Capability, compounding exposure, susceptibility Pregnancy / new mother Ergonomics, infection risks, capability, hazardous substances

10 Effects of work on people Effects of people on work Incident or exposure RelationshipsEnvironmentPlant & tasks Lifestyle Knowledge Fitness & capability © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Work on Health

11 Effects of work on people Effects of people on work Ill health or injury LifestyleKnowledge Fitness & capability RelationshipsEnvironment Equipment & tasks © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Health on Work

12 Effects of work on people Effects of people on work Risk ManagementLifestyleKnowledgeFitness & capability Risk ManagementRelationshipsEnvironmentEquipment & tasks © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Managing Work and People

13 2. Why is Health (and Safety) Important? www.kitney.com © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013

14 Reasons for Health (and Safety) www.kitney.com Protect against injury and ill health Prevent accidents and incidents Meet legal obligations But what about beyond the obvious?

15 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Other Reasons for Health (and Safety) www.kitney.com Meet business goals / profitability / cash flow management Workload planning, costing and coordination Responding to changing demands Prevent lost time / overrun of work Prevent impact on workers and others Protect reputation Make work a positive experience Add value

16 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Links WHS and Ill Health/Injury Prevention & Management WHS Act WHS Regulation Codes of Practice Standards Prevention & Management WHS Act WHS Regulation Codes of Practice Standards Ill Health & Injury Workers Compensation & Rehabilitation Act Sick Leave Ill Health & Injury Workers Compensation & Rehabilitation Act Sick Leave

17 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Prevent & Manage Treat Work Health & Safety Ill Health and Injury Workers Health / Ill Health Spectrum Detect & Intervene

18 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Important But Not Easy ‘The distinction between disease and ill health arising from the workplace and that arising from other causes is increasingly difficult to define – because many common illnesses have several, with occupational as only one of the factors’ Health & Safety Executive (UK), 1987

19 3. How can ‘Health’ be Managed? www.kitney.com © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013

20 Effects of work on people Effects of people on work Risk ManagementLifestyleKnowledgeFitness & capability Risk ManagementRelationshipsEnvironmentEquipment & tasks © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Managing Work and People

21 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Health in Health and Safety 1. Before Employment Risk assessment Job capabilities Fitness for work Health surveillance 2. On Starting Work Induction & training Personal protective equipment Workplace comfort / set up 3. During Employment Safe work practices Wellness programs Monitor health & environment Injury/ill health management Adaptation of work 4. On Ceasing Work Monitor health Exit interviews 5. After Employment Record keeping

22 Balance SystemBehaviour © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Successful Health (and Safety) Management Say what we do AND do what we say

23 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com Board of Directors CEO Department Section WHS Advisor RRTWC Department Section Department Section Work Area Responsibility at all Levels Committee

24 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 www.kitney.com ‘Health’ in the WHS Management System Say what we do AND do what we say Management System Industry standards & practice Legislation & Codes of Practice Type of business & work tasks Type of workers Culture & Commitment Business needs & goals

25 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2012 www.kitney.com AS 4801 – OH&S Management SystemSelf-Insurance Audit Tool 4.1General Requirements 4.2OHS Policy1Health and Safety Policy 4.3 Planning 4.3.1 ID of hazards/risk assessment and control 4.3.2 Legal and other requirements 4.3.3 Objectives and targets 4.3.4 OHS management plans 2 Planning 2.1 Legal and other requirements 2.2 Objectives and targets 2.3 Health and safety management plans 4.4Implementation 4.4.1 Structure and responsibility 4.4.2 Training and competency 4.4.3 Consultation, communication and reporting 4.4.4 Documentation 4.4.5 Document and data control 4.4.6 Hazard ID, risk assessment and control 4.4.7 Emergency preparedness 3Implementation 3.1 Resources 3.2 Responsibility & accountability 3.3 Training and competency 3.4 Consultation 3.5 Communication 3.6 Reporting 3.7 Documentation 3.8 Data control 3.9 Risk management program 3.10 Hazard ID, risk assessment and control of risks 3.11 Emergency preparedness and response 4.5Measurement and Evaluation 4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement 4.5.2 Incident investigation, corrective and preventative action 4.5.3 Records and record management 4.5.4 OHSMS audit 4Measurement and Evaluation 4.1 General 4.2 Health surveillance 4.3 Incident investigation, corrective & preventive action 4.4 Records and record management 4.5 System audits 4.6Management Review5

26 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 ‘Health’ in Health & Safety www.kitney.com WHS Management SystemCheck ‘Health’ in the WHS Policy Legal register references ‘health’ requirements Goals, targets, plans & KPI’s include ‘health’ ‘Health’ in WHS hazard register & risk assessments Resources (inc. OH expertise, supervision, PPE, monitoring equipment) Responsibilities & accountabilities Role descriptions (inc. capability requirements & fitness for work) Health in scheduled activities (i.e. training, inductions, maintenance, inspections, fitness for work assessment, health surveillance, environmental monitoring Incident investigations ( inc. health factors) Ill health and injury management (work & non-work related) Reporting and Review (inc. goals, plans and KPI’s, lead & outcome indicators) Continuous improvement Documents and record keeping

27 4. Has your Organisation got it Covered? www.kitney.com © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013

28 www.kitney.com ‘Health’ in Risk Management Assess Legal obligations Business needs Claims and Stats Plan Goals, strategy Actions Schedules Resources Timelines Implement Policies & procedures Inductions & training Safe work practices PPE Monitor Inspections Health surveillance Environmental monitoring Enforce Management HR processes Report Progress Lead/Lag Indicators Improve Leadership Skills & behaviours Training Environment

29 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Business ‘Health’ Check www.kitney.com WHS Management SystemCheck ‘Health’ in the WHS Policy Legal register references ‘health’ requirements Goals, targets, plans & KPI’s include ‘health’ ‘Health’ in WHS hazard register & risk assessments Resources (inc. OH expertise, supervision, PPE, monitoring equipment) Responsibilities & accountabilities Role descriptions (inc. capability requirements & fitness for work) Health in scheduled activities (i.e. training, inductions, maintenance, inspections, fitness for work assessment, health surveillance, environmental monitoring Incident investigations ( inc. health factors) Ill health and injury management (work & non-work related) Reporting and Review (inc. goals, plans and KPI’s, lead & outcome indicators) Continuous improvement Documents and record keeping

30 4 Key Questions 1.What is ‘health’ in health and safety? 2.Why is health (and safety) important? 3.How can ‘health’ be managed? 4.Has your organisation got it covered? © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Health in Health and Safety www.kitney.com

31 © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 About Kitney OHS www.kitney.com Kitney Occupational Health and Safety works with businesses of all shapes, sizes and industry types to ensure that health, safety and wellness are well managed, workers protected and obligations met. We work at all levels to ensure that businesses are equipped with knowledge, capabilities, resources and skills. Kitney OHS’s services include consultancy, coaching, work shops, training and resources. We are particularly skilled at due diligence, compliance and management system audits, developing strategies, goals, targets and action plans, management systems and programs. For further information on Kitney OHS please visit our website (www.kitney.com) or call us on 1300 KITNEY.

32 Health in Health and Safety Has your organisation got this covered? www.kitney.com © Kitney Pty Ltd 2013 Jo Kitney Kitney Occupational Health and Safety


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