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Health, safety and environment management system : a method for ranking impacts in small and medium entreprises

Abstract : ELF ATOCHEM and INERIS have worked together on a management System concerning at the same time health, safety and environment. The basis of the management System is the ISO 14001 Standard dealing with environmental management. The same concepts were extended to health and safety. After elaboration of general documents, the application was carried out in 9 SMEs. The identification of significant Health, Safety and Environment aspects in normal, transient and accidental conditions is obtained through a ranking process dealing with probability of occurrence, gravity and control of the hazardous situations through detection or monitoring or procedures. After a detailed description of this ranking method, the teachings of this field experiences will be presented : need of a steering committee, of complete implication of all partners, of written procedures, explanations about the use of existing procedures, importance to put in practice the prevention of incidents and need of reporting and analysing these incidents.
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Antoinette Accorsi, Jean-Philippe Pineau, Alain Prats. Health, safety and environment management system : a method for ranking impacts in small and medium entreprises. 3. European Meeting on Chemical Industry and Environment, Sep 1999, Cracovie, Poland. pp.175-181. ⟨ineris-00972176⟩



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