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NEW HSE is determined to achieve the highest standards in health, safety and environmental performance and intend to strengthen our position amongst leaders in safe and compliant operations in CEE.
H&S Management System and Organisational Behaviour are the main areas of our interest.
In our offer you will find such items as:
- Gap Assessment
- Safety Climate Survey
- Management of Change
- Behavioural Based Safety System (BBS)
- Reporting and analysis of observations, near-misses and other incidents.
- Najwyższe standardy HSE na indywidualne potrzeby firmie
- Warsztat Budowania Kultury Bezpieczeństwa (OH&S) w firmie
- Ocena Ryzyka w miejscu pracy (JHA/ JSA, HAZID, LMRA)
The purpose of Gap Assessment is to gain an understanding of the “current state” of safety within the organization and identify the gaps between the desired state and the current state of safety. The main purpose of the gap analysis is to identify the differences between the existing level of the safety culture development and desired highest level of the safety culture which includes the status of current safety management system, level of employee engagement, management commitment and control of hazards at the workplace.
Gap Assessment also aims to identify the strong areas of health and safety in the company, that can be maintanined or developed further for continous improvement.
Gap Assessment in the company is provided used the Balanced Scorecard, an innovative qualitative-quantitive tool that allows the organization to have a broader analysis of areas that can be improved and shows the current state of, among other things, the existing gaps and existing standards in the company;
The planning stage answers the questions “Where are we now and what do we have?; Integration Stage. “Where do we want to be? And what it requires to achieve it? ” to ensure that environment, health and safety are integral components of all business processes that impact the products, services, and operations of the corporation.
4 Main stages of the Project
- Planning: Initial Status Review (Document/Standards/Procedures Review)
- Visit to the Plant and Interview with representatives at each level of the organisation
- Preparing the final report and Recommendation Action List
- Presenting the final report to the management
Safety Climate Survey
NEW HSE is happy to present its innovative Safety Climate Survey (SCS) tool developed by a team of H&S practitioners, psychologists, scientists and statisticians.
Safety Climate is a measure of shared attitudes and perceptions of how safety at your workplace is dealt with on a daily basis. Safety climate survey provides a ‘snapshot’ of culture at a given moment in time by taking an instantaneous picture. With this image, it will be helpful to put in place an action plan to improve the safety culture of your company.
SCS tool: 50 questions for different level of management in 10 main categories. Completion of the Safety Climate Survey takes around 10min. Can be done on paper or electronically online.
The tool is able to provide a powerful visual representation of the percentage of favourable responses of each role within the organisation: senior manager, supervisor and employee. The results can be collected and analysed by department, teams, or compare it with entire company.
Benefit in comparison of other surveys: Questions and structure of the safety climate questionnaire was developed based on the empirical findings and experience working in various organisations taking into consideration cultural specifics and polish legislative influence. This climate survey objectively able to demonstrate the most challenging areas of HSE, as for example employees’ relationship towards HSE or communication problems or management leadership.
Contact us should you require details of the SCS.
Management of Change:
The Purpose of Management of Change
An MOC is used to ensure that the environmental, health, and safety risks are carefully evaluated and controlled prior to implementing significant changes. The MOC process gives employers a chance to identify potential new hazards that could result from these changes.
Management of change (MOC) is a systematic approach to analyzsing and controlling organizational, technical, environmental, manufacturing, operational and many other changes to ensure the safety of employees and the company. These systematic processes ensure a proactive approach to change by assessing the level of risk and opportunity.
- Main definitions in MOC
- Type of impact in MOC
- MOC process and requirements
- How to develop MOC process in your organisation
- Types of KPI in MOC process
- Key roles and responsibilities
- Documentations and standards related to MOC
- Requirements of MOC in ISO 45001:2018
BEHAVIOUR-BASED SYSTEM (BBS)
NEW HSE is happy to offer its expertise and training services in developing simple, adequate and effective BBS program that suits company’s values.
The success of the system is based on proper combination of practical experience and the results of scientific research. Based on the best experience from International and Polish companies gained in cooperation, NEW HSE is ready to present support and assistance in implementing BBS process.
- BBS implementation process
- ABC model and intervention
- Challenges and intervention techniques
- The safety observation cycle
- Collecting and analyszing observations
- Hints from engaged employees
- Main reasons for BBS implementation failures
Reporting and Analysis of Near-misses and Incidents
Investigation of near miss occurrences and observations is a very useful measure of health and safety performance as well as enabling organisations to learn from such incidents and events. The process involves the analysis of events which may have led to accidents with a view to preventing more serious outcomes in the future. In order to promote reporting of near miss occurrences the organisation requires openness with a „no-blame culture”.
It is important to engage employees at all levels into the reporting process. It involves development and implementation of an entire system that results in the observation and reporting of potentially hazardous events and the identification of root causes, appropriate corrective actions.
Every organisation needs to develop into a learning organisation through identifying and effectively dealing with unsafe acts and conditions and learning from incidents and near misses.
By reporting and analysing near-misses and implementing corrective actions, it is possible to prevent serious accidents and similar events in the future.
EXPERIENCE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
- Managing in a Crisis
- Risk is always built into business. We provide your company with extensive knowledge and individual advice before the crisis hits
- Solutions for different types of potential work crises
- Solutions for different types of equipment and requirements for escape routes, assembly points
- Exercises and training, emergency procedures
- Prepare reports for senior management in a concise and clear format presenting target recommendations
- Organizational and leadership skills: overseeing a large multi-person team
- Experience in influencing management, e.g. convincing management to provide and purchase required equipment for security needs, experience working under pressure
- Lead and participate in various scenario drills for emergency response, e.g., medical evacuation drill
3 Month of Intensive Course! Participants acquire practical skills and knowledge in 7 different modules. Academy consists of three main components: Theory Knowledge 10%, Practical Skills 20% and Individual Project 70%. It is also a great chance to meet fantastic people from different industries
Every two minutes one EU-citizen dies of an injury. Over 2,78 million people still die each year from a work-related injury or illness. The direct medical cost of injuries…is estimated at € 78 billion (ref. ILO Injuries in the EU, issue 4).
The NEBOSH International General Certificate the most widely respected health and safety qualification of its kind in the world. This course will give you invaluable knowledge and skills AND a globally respected qualification that supports your current role and your long-term career.
This workshop will assist your company in building safety leadership capabilities within your organisation. Understanding the key pillars of safety culture is an essential element of this process. Participants will gain insight into what influences safety culture and receive practical hints on what they can do in their daily routines to have a positive impact on their workplace safety culture. The workshop considers current knowledge on safety leadership and on how to lead safety beyond legal compliance, to enhance continual improvement and effectiveness.
Behavioural Based Safety system (BBS) is one of the most proactive way of improving/transforming employees behaviour in the area of occupational Safety. The Safety Observation Program can proactively prevent incidents and injuries through engaging, observing, motivating, reinforcing and maintaining safe behaviours. The success of the system is based on proper combination of practical experience and the results of scientific research.
Robust risk management system is vital to all business success. Operational Risk Assessment (not to be confused with Polish ‘Ocena Ryzyka Zawodowa’) will significantly improve the risk management component of your organization. A cornerstone in risk management is risk analysis.