Process Model of Occupational Health and Safety Management System in the Organization


V.A. Filimonov, Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Assoc. Prof., vaf110@yandex.ru L.N. Gorina, Dr. Sci. (Ed.), Prof., Head of the Department FGBOU VO «Togliatti State University», Tolyatti, Russia

Annotation:

Organization of works on design and implementation of the Occupational safety management system in the organization involves certain difficulties. As a rule, managers and specialists of labor protection services are guided by the standard methods of management system designing. The types of works are prepared in the form of the list, for each type of work the documentation is developed and approved, as well as the schedule of work execution and control. At the same time the systemic risks are emerging: with the increase of the list of works the process of implementing new types of work into the management system becomes more complicated. In addition, this approach does not allow to determine the number of structural subdivisions involved in the performance of specific types of work, and the degree of their involvement. Process approach used at designing Occupational safety management system in the organization allows to systematize the list of works (processes), their participants, involved resources, as well as the time of execution, control and correction of the processes. The article analyzes the normative documents regulating the development of the Occupational safety management system. Methodological substantiation of process approach is given, basic issues of its applicability to the design of the Occupational safety management system in the organization are considered. Common map of processes and the context diagram of occupational safety management in IDEF0 notation using SADT structural analysis were developed.

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DOI: 10.24000/0409-2961-2018-4-31-35
Year: 2018
Issue num: April
Keywords : management system process approach process resources planning improvement
Authors:
  • Filimonov V.A.
    Filimonov V.A.
    Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Assoc. Prof., vaf110@yandex.ru FGBOU VO «Tolyattinskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet», Tolyatti, Russia
  • Gorina L.N.
    Gorina L.N.
    Dr. Sci. (Educat.), Prof., Head of the Department, Pro rector — Director Institute of Engineering and Environmental Safety of FGBOU VO «Tolyattinskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet», Tolyatti, Russia