Presentation on theme: "ISO Current status of development"— Presentation transcript:
1 ISO 45001 Current status of development May 2015
2 DisclaimersVerbal statements made by the presenter may represent personal opinions and/or interpretationsThe presentation includes information related to the drafting process up to and including May 2015
3 International Organization for Standardization (ISO) ISO is based in Geneva, - with 165 member national standards bodies published standardsAll ISO standards are based on consensusISO’s work involves all relevant stakeholders and includes experts from: industry and commerce, government, consumers, labour, academia, standards applications, NGO’s.
4 International Organization for Standardization (ISO) ISO’s Project Committee No. 283 (ISO/PC 283) is responsible for the development of ISO 45001ISO/PC 283’s membership currently includes: participating countries, observer countries, liaison members.
5 This presentationIt provides an overview of the current state of development of ISO Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements with guidance for useIt is being developed by ISO/PC 283 for use by its members for communication purposesIt will be updated as the development of ISO progresses
6 Key perspectives This new standard is being developed to: Help organizations minimize the risk of harm to all those working under their control (defined as “workers” within the standard)Provide a platform for continual improvement in occupational health and safety performanceIntegrate OH&S within an organization’s overall business management system
7 Main focus The draft standard puts emphasis on: Top management : - being accountable for OH&S management needing to demonstrate leadership.Worker participation in: the identification of hazards and risks the development and operation of the OH&S management system, and indicates these are essential for success.
8 Main focus The draft standard puts emphasis on: The need to prevent ill-health (including mental ill-health), as well as injuriesThe need to recognize that the causes of ill-health and injuries can be through immediate impacts (e.g. accidents or epidemics) longer term impacts (such as repeated exposure to radiation or carcinogenic chemicals, or to a constantly stressful working environment)
9 High level structureA new common format has been developed by ISO for use in all its management system standards, and is being used by ISO This is often referred to as “Annex SL”, and gives:a common top level clause structure (or sequence)standardized core textstandardized core definitionsEmphasize that the structure has been mandated by the TMB and that the belief is that this will enhance consistency.This information is based on published information related to Annex SL and not directly the result of any particular published study or survey.It is intended to enable organizations to achieve easier implementation and better integration of multiple management systems (e.g. quality, environmental, information security)The high level structure and common text is public information and can be found in Annex SL of the ISO Supplement to the ISO/IEC Directives Part 1, see:9
10 Structure of ISO/CD 45001.2 1 Scope 2 Normative references 3 Terms and definitions4 Context of the organization4.1 Understanding the organization and its context4.2 Understanding the needs and expectations workers and other interested parties4.3 Determining the scope of OH&S management system4.4 OH&S management system and its processes5 Leadership, worker participation and consultation5.1 Leadership and commitment5.2 Policy5.3 Organizational roles, responsibilities and authorities5.4 Participation, consultation and representation6 Planning6.1 Actions to address risks and opportunities6.2 OH&S objectives and planning to achieve themFocus on that the high level structure and that the new structure should not cause an organization to renumber existing documents. However, it is realized that this might have a significant impact on software.Common stamp format and quantity to support businessesNew stamps across the enterprise (pilot one site in 2011, complete all sites/programs in 2012)Single source vendor contractApprovals from applicable functions/ business units of common solutionsIT system (eSMS) for single source ordering/delivery systemCommon process writings (3-BPIs, 1-PRO, sub-tier writings)Training developed for AS9100C AuditorsQMS Teams will work with programs and sites to help them prepareInternal Audit schedules developed10
11 Structure of ISO/CD 45001.2 7 Support 7.1 Resources 7.2 Competence 7.3 Awareness7.4 Information and communication7.5 Documented information8 Operation8.1 Operational planning and control8.2 Management of change8.3 Outsourcing8.4 Procurement8.5 Contractors8.6 Emergency preparedness and responseFocus on that the high level structure and that the new structure should not cause an organization to renumber existing documents. However, it is realized that this might have a significant impact on software.Common stamp format and quantity to support businessesNew stamps across the enterprise (pilot one site in 2011, complete all sites/programs in 2012)Single source vendor contractApprovals from applicable functions/ business units of common solutionsIT system (eSMS) for single source ordering/delivery systemCommon process writings (3-BPIs, 1-PRO, sub-tier writings)Training developed for AS9100C AuditorsQMS Teams will work with programs and sites to help them prepareInternal Audit schedules developed11
12 Structure of ISO/CD 45001.2 9 Performance evaluation 9.1 Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation9.2 Internal audit9.3 Management review10 Improvement10.1 General10.2 Incident, non-conformity and corrective action10.3 Continual improvement
13 Structure of ISO/CDThe numbers given in brackets refer to the clause numbers in this IS
14 Risk based thinkingOH&S management traditionally uses a risk-based approach to evaluate and address the risk of harmISO’s (Annex SL) format for management system standards now requires organizations to also consider the risk that the OH&S management system itself may not be effective, and to look for opportunities for improvementThe requirements for “risks and opportunities” in clause 6.1 have been adapted in ISO for both OH&S hazards and for the OH&S management system itself
15 Risk based thinkingISO/CD uses the terms: - “OH&S risk” and “OH&S opportunities” when it is referring specifically to the control of hazards - “risk” and “opportunities” when referring to the OH&S management system
16 ISO 45001 development process There are several distinct stages when developing an ISO standard; the key ones being:New Work Item ProposalWorking Drafts (WDs)Committee Draft (CD)Draft International Standard (DIS)(Optional) Final Draft International Standard (FDIS)International Standard (IS)Once a standard has been published it is reviewed at regular intervals afterwards to ensure it remains current
17 ISO 45001 development process StageTimelineNew Work item proposalAgreed June 2013Working DraftIssued January 2014.Received c comments suggesting improvements.Committee DraftIssued July 2014.Not approved.Received c comments.2nd Committee DraftIssued March 2015.Review will close June 2015.Draft International StandardTo be determined(Optional) Final Draft International StandardPublication
18 ISO 45001 development process ISO/PC 283 initially agreed a 3 year development “timeframe” for ISO 45001This targeted publication of ISO for October 2016The disapproval of the first committee draft and the issuing of a second CD means that, until the results of the ballot on the second committee draft are known, no statements can be made at this time on - the achievement of the Draft International Standard - publication of the IS