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BRS Integrated HSE Management System is aligned with the ISO 14001 / 45001 Standards with references to the OHSAS 18001.

Context, Leadership and Worker Participation

4.1. Understanding the organization and its context
4.2. Understanding the needs and expectations of workers and other interested parties
4.3. Determining the scope of the HSE management system
4.4. HSE management system

5.1. Leadership and commitment (
5.2. HSE and other policies (4.2)
5.3. Organizational roles, responsibilities and authorities
5.3.1. HSE Appointments (
5.3.2. HSE representatives (
5.4. Consultation and participation of workers (
5.4.1. HSE committees (

6.1. Actions to address risks and opportunities Actions to address risks and opportunities
6.1.1. General - HSE risk and impact assessment (4.3.1) Occupational health risk assessment Occupational health risk assessment Environmental impact assessment Fire risk assessment Process risk/lifecycle assessment Process risk/lifecycle assessment Motorised Equipment Hazardous substances Hazardous tasks Emergency scenarios Security assessment Security assessment Survey(s)/studies - based on company risks
6.1.2. Hazard identification and assessment of risks and opportunities Hazard identification Assessment of HSE risks and other risks to the HSE management system Assessment of HSE opportunities and other opportunities for the HSE management system
6.1.3. Determination of legal requirements and other requirements (4.3.2)
6.2. HSE objectives and planning to achieve them (4.3.3)
6.2.1. HSE Objectives
6.2.2. Planning to achieve HSE objectives

7.1. Resources (training and competency) (
7.2. Competence
7.3. HSE awareness (
7.4. HSE Communication
7.4.1. General - HSE Communication
7.4.2. Internal communication (
7.4.3. HSE reference resources (
7.4.4. Incident recall (
7.4.5. External communication (
7.5. Documented information
7.5.1. General - Documented information
7.5.2. Creation and updating (4.4.4)
7.5.3. Control of documented information (4.4.5)
7.5.4. Retention and protection (4.5.4)

8.1. Operational Planning and Control
8.1.1. General - operational planning and control Infrastructure - buildings and floors ( Illumination - natural and artificial (4,4.6.2) Ventilation: natural and artificial ( Sanitation, plant hygiene, amenities for personal hygiene ( Pollution, degradation and rehabilitation ( Pollution-reduction programme Degradation prevention Rehabilitation Thoroughfare and access (Aisles, storage and keep accessible areas demarcated / signposted) ( Stacking and storage ( Stacking Storage Housekeeping (Factory and yard: tidy) ( Superfluous material Control Waste management ( Waste handling Waste labeling Hazardous waste storage Accumulation of waste before removal Removal and waste transportation Colour coding: plant, equipment and pipelines ( Plant and equipment maintenance ( Machine guarding ( Lock-out system ( Lock-out system established Energy control Labelling and operation (Electrical switchgear/critical valves) ( Labeling of switchgear Critical valves Ladders, elevated surfaces, stairways and scaffolding ( Ladders and ramps Scaffolding Elevated surfaces (mezzanines etc.) Stairways Lifting machines and associated tackle ( Equipment identified and recorded in register Condition of lifting machines and tackle Operation and control of lifting machines and tackle Pressure systems and cylinders ( Pressure equipment identified and recorded in a register Pressure equipment condition Pressure equipment relief valves Pressure gauges Pneumatic equipment Hydraulic systems Gas installations and cylinder management Hazardous chemical substances ( HCS inventory and control Chemical information and handing Chemical labelling Ionising radioactive sources Reduction of toxic/persistent/hazardous substances/material Motorised equipment and occupational driving ( Identification and condition of vehicles/equipment Motorised equipment operation and control Motorised equipment routing Motorised equipment load securing Portable electrical equipment ( Earth leakage and relay protection ( General electrical installations and electrical machinery in hazardous locations ( General electrical installations Electrical installations in hazardous locations Hand tools and equipment ( Ergonomics ( Personal protective equipment (PPE) ( Notices and signs (Electrical, mechanical, protective equipment, traffic, symbolic) ( Storage of flammables/chemicals and explosive material ( Storage of flammables/chemicals and explosive material facility (design and construction) Decanting, bonding and earthing at flammables/chemicals and explosive material Bulk HCS storage facilities Safe work procedures (SWP) ( Permit system (Work permits) ( Permit system competency and issuance Permit system execution and control Confined, close-clearance and restricted spaces (General) ( Confined, close-clearance and restricted spaces (Establish, implement and maintain) Confined, close-clearance and restricted spaces (Permit to work (PTW) requirements) Confined, close-clearance and restricted spaces (Competency) Confined, close-clearance and restricted spaces (Execution and control) Working at height/elevated positions (General) ( Working at height/elevated positions (System requirements) Working at height/elevated positions (Competency) Working at height/elevated positions (Execution and control) Trenching and excavation (General) ( Trenching and excavation (System requirements) Trenching and excavation (Competency) Trenching and excavation (Execution and control) Hot work (General) Hot work (Competency and issuance) Hot work (Execution and control) Covid-19 (New / 2020)
  8.1.2. Eliminating hazards and reducing HSE risks Critical control management
  8.1.3. Management of change and design ( Management of change and design system requirements HSE specifications for purchasing plant/equipment/spares/substances Environmental issues
  8.1.4. Procurement: contractor/supplier/provider control (including outsourcing) ( Green procurement Contractor/supplier agreements
  8.2. Emergency preparedness and response (
    8.2.1. Emergency planning Emergency planning system requirements HSE emergency plan(s) Emergency control centre and equipment
  8.2.2. Emergency/firefighting drill and instruction (
  8.2.3. First-aid facilities (
  8.2.4. Emergency alarm system (
  8.2.5. Management of fire/explosion risks (
  8.2.6. Emergency equipment and facilities (
  8.2.7. Maintenance of emergency equipment ( Maintenance of emergency equipment verification and control Maintenance of emergency equipment verification and control
  8.2.8. Security system (

9.1. HSE monitoring, measurement, analysis and performance evaluation (4.5.1)
  9.1.1. HSE monitoring, measurement, analysis and performance evaluation system requirements
  9.1.2. Monitoring plan(s)
  9.1.3. General (HSE monitoring, measurement, analysis and performance evaluation) Resource Conservation ( Energy Water and other natural resources Carbon footprint Medical services ( Occupational medical practitioner (OMP) Occupational health nursing practitioner (OHS) Occupational health facility and services Medicine and related substance control Ancillary health services (if applicable) Baseline medical examination Person-job specifications to be developed and utilised by occupational health service/supervisor during examination Periodic and exit medicals Hearing conservation Ionising radiation HSE Representative inspections and action ( Monthly inspections by representatives/inspectors Reports considered and actioned High-risk task observations (Planned job observations) (
  9.1.4. Evaluation of Compliance (4.5.2)
  9.2. Internal audit (4.5.5)
      9.2.1. Internal audits system
      9.2.2. Audit team selection/composition
  9.2.3. Internal HSE audit programme and execution
  9.2.4. Reporting and fallow-up action
  9.3. Management system review (4.6.1)
      9.3.1. Management review documentation
      9.3.2. Management review output(s)

10.1. General (Improvement)
10.2. HSE incidents, non-conformity, preventative and corrective action
  10.2.1. HSE incidents (reporting and recording) ( Internal incident reporting Completion of records and registers External reporting HSE complaints from interested and affected parties
  10.2.2. Internal HSE incident investigation ( HSE incident investigation system requirements HSE incident investigation team composition HSE incident investigation causal identification Determining HSE incident investigation recommendations and effectiveness
  10.2.3. Non-conformity corrective and preventive action (
  10.2.4. Off-the-job HSE incidents (
  10.3. Continual improvement
     10.3.1. Suggestion system (
     10.3.2. HSE experience and star-grading board (
     10.3.3. Incident statistics and analysis (
     10.3.4. Cost of risk (HSE risk financing) (


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