|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|586394||878211||2013||15 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود کنید|
• Implementation of the incident notification and investigation system in SME company.
• Comparison of activities and outcomes of the safety-management system in order to validate SPIs.
• Use of internal Audit technique, ARAMIS Safety Culture and Violation Motivation surveys for activities monitoring.
• Organizational deficiencies revealed by safety activities monitoring were found also in incidents analyzed.
• Related to activities-to-outcomes categorization issue a modification of the REWI approach is suggested.
The approach to support organizational learning from pro-active monitoring (activities observations) and deficiencies revealed (outcomes observations) in process-safety incident investigations is proposed.The approach builds on five main steps: i.) Implementation of the incident-investigation procedure at the company level, ii.) Monitoring of the preventive safety activities using various tools, iii.) Identification of the safety outcomes including root-cause analysis, iv.) Comparison of activities observations with outcomes observations in order to reveal latent deficiencies as well as to proof relationships, v.) New universal indicator method is proposed to enhance organizational learning from both activities and outcomes observations.The approach is demonstrated on the implementation at the anonymous SME company. This involved carrying out activities observations in terms of the SMS internal audit and the ARAMIS and the violation-motivation safety-culture questionnaire surveys. The outcomes observations consisted of the three incidents investigations using ECFA+, 3CA and MORT methods. The approach and the case study enabled demonstration of the relationships between activities observations (preventive indicators) and outcomes observations (root causes/deficiencies indicators) and vice versa. We state that such a comparison adds to the justification of the preventive safety performance indicators. Finally, in order to ease the organizational learning from both activities and outcomes observations, universal management indicators attributes/categories are suggested to be followed and are briefly explained based on a modified REWI approach.
Journal: Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries - Volume 26, Issue 6, November 2013, Pages 1113–1127