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2 Ship Recycling Facility Management System Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL IMO Guideline A.962

3 IMO Guidelines which specifies requirements for Ship Recycling Management System to enable an organization to formulate a policy and objectives taking into account legislative requirements and information about significant Heath, Safety and Environmental impacts. Scope Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

4 - Implement, maintain and improve an Heath, Safety and Environmental sound Management System. - Assure itself of its conformance with its stated policy. - Demonstrate such conformance to others. - Seek certification/registration of its Ship Recycling Facility operation by an external organization. - Make a self-determination and self-declaration of conformance with IMO & ILO Conventions and Guidelines. Scope Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL It is applicable to any Ship Recycling Facility that wishes to :

5 The organization shall establish and maintain a Ship Recycling Facility Management compatible with an Health & Safety Management System and an Environment Safety Management System covering : - Ship recycling policy. - Planning activities. - Implementation and operation. - Checking and corrective action. - Management review. - Continual improvement. 410 Requirements Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

6 The facility shall establish and maintain an Ship Recycling Management System the requirements of which are described in the following. Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL System Requirements

7 4.1 - General requirements 4.2 - Ship recycling policy 4.3 - Planning 4.4 - Implementation & operation 4.5 - Checking & corrective action 4.6 - Management review Content Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

8 Ship Recycling Facility Management System Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL Policy

9 POLICY - Commitment to continual improvement and prevention of accidents and pollution - Commitment to continual improvement and prevention of accidents and pollution - Appropriate to the nature, scale and environmental impacts of its activities - Appropriate to the nature, scale and environmental impacts of its activities - Commitment to comply with relevant rules and regulations - Commitment to comply with relevant rules and regulations Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

10 POLICY - Framework for setting and reviewing accident & environmental objectives and targets - Framework for setting and reviewing accident & environmental objectives and targets - Documented, implemented and maintained and communicated to all personnel - Documented, implemented and maintained and communicated to all personnel - Available to the stakeholders Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

11 Available Stakeholders Setting objectives and targets Reviewing objectives and targets Framework Maintained Implemented Communicated Employees Complying legislation and regulations Continual improvement Commitment Risk Control Organisation activities Appropriate POLICY Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL 4.2 – Recycling Facility Policy

12 Ship Recycling Facility Management System Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL Planning

13 4.1 - General requirements 4.2 - Ship recycling policy 4.3 - Planning 4.3.1- Health, Safety and Environmental aspects 4.3.2- Legal & other requirements 4.3.3- Objectives & targets 4.3.4- Health, Safety and Environmental management program (s) Standard - Content Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

14 PLANNING - Legal and other requirements - Objectives and targets - Ship Recycling Management Programme - Legal and other requirements - Objectives and targets - Ship Recycling Management Programme - Control activities, products having significant impacts on Health, Safety and Environment - Control activities, products having significant impacts on Health, Safety and Environment 430 Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

15 Identification of hazards, assessment of risks and implementation of control measures including : - Facilities at the workplace provide by the organization or others. - Routine and non-routine activities. 431 - Activities of all personnel having access to the facility. 4.3.1 - Health & Safety Aspects Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

16 - Results of these assessments and the effects of those controls shall be considered when setting Health & Safety objectives. Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment & Control - The organization shall document and keep this information up to date. Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL 4.3.1 - Heath & Safety Aspects

17 The methodology for hazard identification and risk assessment shall : - Be define to ensure it is proactive rather than reactive. - Provide for the classification of risks and identification of those that are to be eliminated or controlled by measures. - Be consistent with operating experience and the capabilities of risk control measures employed. Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL 4.3.1 - Health & Safety Aspects

18 The methodology for hazard identification and risk assessment shall provide: - Input into the determination of facility requirements, identification of training needs development of operational controls. - For the monitoring of required actions to ensure : - effectiveness & timeliness. - of their implementation. Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL 4.3.1 - Heath & Safety Aspects

19 Identification of environmental aspects of its activities and products that it can control. - To ensure that these significant aspects are considered in setting its Environmental objectives. - To determine those which have or can have significant impacts on Environment. 4.3.1 - Environmental Aspects Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

20 EstablishMaintain Identify and have access to legal and other requirements applicable to Heath, Safety and Environmental aspects of its activities. Procedure 4.3.2 - Legal and other Requirements Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

21 Health, Safety and Environmental requirements Health, Safety and Environmental requirements Health, Safety and Environmental objectives Health, Safety and Environmental objectives Heath, Safety and Environmental targets Heath, Safety and Environmental targets ImprovementContinual 4.3.3 - Objectives and Targets Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

22 Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL Means Responsibility OBJECTIVES O TARGETS O OO Project O Time-frame 4.3.4 – Health, Safety and Environmental management program (s)

23 Ship Recycling Facility Management System Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL Implementation & Operation

24 4.1 - General requirements 4.2 - Ship recycling policy 4.3 - Planning 4.4 - Implementation & operation 4.4.1- Structures & responsibility 4.4.2- Training, awareness & competence 4.4.3- Communication 4.4.4- Health, Safety & Environmental management system documentation 4.4.5- Document control 4.4.6- Operational control 4.4.7- Emergency preparedness & response Standard - Content Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

25 - Structure & Responsibility - Training, awareness and competence - Communication - Ship Recycling System Documentation - Document control - Operational control - Emergency preparedness and response - Structure & Responsibility - Training, awareness and competence - Communication - Ship Recycling System Documentation - Document control - Operational control - Emergency preparedness and response IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATION IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATION Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

26 Top management shall appoint a specific management representative role, responsibilities and authority for : - Ensuring the Health, Safety and Environmental protection is: - established - implemented - maintain. - Reporting on the performance of the Health, Safety and Environmental protection to top management for review and as a basis for improvement. 4.4.1 - Structure and Responsibility Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

27 Responsibility RoleAuthorities Documented CommunicatedDefined 4.4.1 - Structure and Responsibility Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

28 Management shall provide resources to the implementation and control of the health, safety and environmental management system Financial resourcesHuman resources TechnologySpecialized skills 4.4.1 - Structure and Responsibility Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

29 The organization shall identify training needs and make employees aware of : - Importance of conformance with the Ship Recycling policy. - Significant Health, Safety and Environmental impacts. - Their roles and responsibilities. - Potential consequences of departure from specified operating procedures. 4.4.2 - Training Awareness & Competences Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

30 Personnel performing any tasks having an effect on Health, Safety and Environment risks shall be : Appropriatetraining Appropriateexperience Appropriateeducation AWARENESS Competent 4.4.2 - Training Awareness & Competences Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

31 Represented Health, Safety and Environmental matters Informed Management appointee Consulted Change workplace Involved Policies & Procedures EMPLOYEES Informed Personnel representative 4.4.3 - Communication Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

32 Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL …and record its decision 4.4.3 - Communication …and other Stakeholders Procedures should ensure that pertinent information is communicated to employees

33 The organization shall establish and maintain information, in paper or electronic form to : - Describe the core elements of the ship recycling management system. - Their interaction. - Provide direction to related documentation. 4.4.4 – Health, Safety and Environmental Management System Documentation Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

34 Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL RelevantAdequacy ReleaseAvailable Master list revision status Approved Obsoletedocuments Revision Retained for knowledge & legal purposes 4.4.5 - Document Control

35 The organization shall identify operations and activities that are associated with the identified significant Health, Safety & Environmental aspects by : - Establishing and maintaining procedures to cover situations where their absence could lead to deviations from the Ship Recycling policy, objectives and targets. - Stipulating operating criteria in the procedures. 4.4.6 - Operational Control Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

36 Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL - Establishing and maintaining procedures related to the identifiable significant environmental aspect of goods and services used by the organization. - Communicating relevant procedures and requirements to suppliers and contractors. 4.4.6 - Operational Control The organization shall identify operations and activities that are associated with the identified significant Health, Safety & Environmental aspects by :

37 - Establishing and maintaining procedures for the design of : - workplace. - process. - installations, machinery. - operating procedures. - work organization. - Including their adaptation to human capabilities. 4.4.6 - Operational Control Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL The organization shall identify operations and activities that are associated with the identified significant Health, Safety & Environmental aspects by :

38 The organization shall establish and maintain procedures : - To identify potential for and respond to accidents and emergency situations. - For preventing and mitigating the environmental impacts that may be associated with them. 4.4.7 - Emergency Preparedness & Response Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

39 The organization shall review and revise, when necessary, its emergency preparedness and response plans procedures : - In particular after the occurrence of accidents or emergency situations. - Periodical test such procedures where applicable. 4.4.7 - Emergency Preparedness & Response Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

40 Ship Recycling Facility Management System Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL Checking and Corrective action

41 4.1 - General requirements 4.2 - Ship recycling policy 4.3 - Planning 4.4 - Implementation & operation 4.5 - Checking & corrective action 4.5.1- Monitoring & measurement 4.5.2- Non-conformance & corrective & preventive action 4.5.3- Records 4.5.4- Operational management system audit Standard - Content Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

42 CHECKING & CORRECTIVES ACTION CHECKING & CORRECTIVES ACTION - Monitoring and measurement - Non-conformance and corrective and preventive action - Non-conformance and corrective and preventive action - Records - Ship Recycling Management Audit - Records - Ship Recycling Management Audit Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

43 The organization shall monitor and measure, on regular basis, the key characteristics of its operations and activities that have a significant impact on the Health, Safety and Environment. This shall include : - Recording of information to track performance. - Conformance with the Health, Safety & Environmental objectives and targets. - Relevant operational controls. 4.5.1 - Monitoring & Measurement Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

44 - Appropriate qualitative and quantitative measures to the needs of the organization. - Compliance with IMO & ILO Guidelines. - Monitoring the objectives and targets. 4.5.1 - Monitoring & Measurement The organization shall monitor and measure, on regular basis, the key characteristics of its operations and activities that have a significant impact on the Health, Safety and Environment. Procedures shall provide : Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

45 - Reactive measures of performance to monitor - Environmental protection. - Accidents. - Ill health. - Incidents, near-misses. - Other deficiencies. 4.5.1 - Monitoring & Measurement The organization shall monitor and measure, on regular basis, the key characteristics of its operations and activities that have a significant impact on the Health, Safety and Environment. Procedures shall provide : Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL - Recording of data and results of monitoring and measurement.

46 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Death Permanent total incapacity Permanent severe incapacity Permanent slight incapacity Absent from work for more than 3 months with subsequent recurring incapacity Absent from work for more than 3 weeks but with subsequent complete recovery Absent from work for more than 3 days but less than 3 weeks with subsequent complete recovery Absent from work for less than 3 days but with subsequent complete recovery Minor injury with no lost time and complete recovery No human injury expected 4.5.1 - Consequence Index for accidents Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

47 The organization shall establish and maintain procedures for defining responsibility and authority for : - Handling and investing non conformance. - Initiating and completing corrective and preventive action. - Taking action to mitigate any impacts caused. Record any changes in the documented system 4.5.2 - Non Conformance - Corrective & Preventive Action Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

48 Safety & Environmental records Safety & Environmental records Results of audits Results of audits Results of reviews Results of reviews Training records Training records 4.5.3 - Records Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

49 Identification, storage, retrieval, protection, retention time and disposition. Conservation ConformancetorequirementsEffective operation of the system 4.5.3 - Records Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

50 The organization shall conduct periodic audits in order to : - Determinate if the System conforms to its policy and planned arrangements. - Provide information of the audit results to management. - Health, Safety & Environmental policy has been properly implemented and maintained. 4.5.4 – Operational Management Audit Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

51 Ship Recycling Facility Management System Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL Management Review

52 4.1 - General requirements 4.2 - Ship recycling policy 4.3 - Planning 4.4 - Implementation & operation 4.5 - Checking & corrective action 4.6 - Management review Standard - Content Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

53 MANAGEMENT REVIEW MANAGEMENT REVIEW - Possible need for changes : - Policy - Objectives - Other elements of the Ship Recycling Facility - Possible need for changes : - Policy - Objectives - Other elements of the Ship Recycling Facility Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

54 Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL The management review process shall ensure that the necessary information is collected to allow management to carry out this evaluation for : - Possible need for changes to policy objectives and targets. - Review shall be documented in the light of : - audit results. - changing circumstances. - commitment to continual improvement. 4.6 - Management Review

55 - Environmental protection spending - Safety ( lost time and accidents) - Dispositions of waste - Reductions of atmospheric emissions - Reductions of water discharges - Environmental Index of compliance per country - Energy consumption - All complaints… Some Indicators for Improvements Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL

56 CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT Commitment IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATION IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATION Documented PLANNING Communicated MANAGEMENT REVIEW MANAGEMENT REVIEW Reviewed CHECKING & CORRECTIVES ACTION CHECKING & CORRECTIVES ACTION Maintained POLICY Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL


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