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Hse Procedure & Manual - Roles And Responsibilities

rohanputhran Started The Discussion:

Dear all,

What is the different between HSE PROCEDURE and HSE MANUAL.

we are having HSE PROCEDURE. Now i have to prepare HSE MANUAL, so i request you plz guide me How to prepare HSE MANUAL and what are the contents to be mentioned in it, As per OHSAS-18001 & ISO-14001 norms...

with regards,
Rohan Puthran..

raghuvaran chakkaravarthy - Member Since: Jul 2010
Dear Rohan,

See the difference between HSE Manual and Procedure

Hse manual contain's the below info:

Safety, Health & Environment Policy
Safety, Health & Environment objectives
Basic Safety rules
General Safety rules
Emergency instructions
Action incase of spillage / leakage of any chemical
Duties of site controller
Duties of Core group members
Fire Protection System
Personnel Protective Equipments
Environment Pollution
List of SHE SOPs.

Hse procedure contain's the below info:

1.0 Policy Statement
2.0 Purpose
3.0 Scope
4.0 Glossary of Terms and Definitions
5.0 Roles and Responsibilities
6.0 Procedure
7.0 References
8.0 Appendices
Appendix I Members of the Core Management Committee
Appendix I Members of the Core Management Committee
Appendix II List of useful links and resources
Appendix IV Template User Manual
Appendix VII Signature Sheet:

Hope you got a answer if not let me know some of our members will help you on this matter.

ashok2012 - Member Since: Sep 2011
Dear Raghu, I AM A NEW MEMBER IN HSE DEPARTMENT can u explain briefly about Hse procedure contains each step REGARDS ASHOK

raghuvaran chakkaravarthy - Member Since: Jul 2010
Dear Ashok,

Warm welcome to our EHS family in citehr forum.

1.0 Policy Statement

Policy Statements also inform readers of specific design limitations and what actions to take should limitations be surpassed. For example, A storm hits a city and the amount of incoming wastewater surpasses the amount that can be treated by the wastewater system. Operators can then refer to a policy that states how much water can be treated in a given time and what course of action they should take.

2.0 Purpose

The reason for which something is done in industry/construction or created or for which something exists.

3.0 Scope

"The work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a high quality service, or result with the specified features and functions."

4.0 Glossary of Terms and Definitions

Part of the process of successfully deploying project management in your organization is to standardize the terminology. That way, when one person talks about risks, scope, issues, requirements, and other project management concerns, everyone else knows what he or she is referring to. This glossary contains common terms used in project management and can help start the standardization process.

5.0 Roles and Responsibilities

The project manager must ensure that roles and responsibilities are clearly defined. The organisational structure should be kept as simple as possible.
Project Roles and Responsibilities - a full description of project roles and responsibilities ... Defining and assigning roles is a major task for the project manager.

6.0 Procedure

An established or official way of doing something.

7.0 References

i.e, OSHA , Factory Act 1948 etc.,,

8.0 Appendices

If you have any attachment's in your plan you can show like Appendix- A, Appendix - B etc.,,,


Hope info helps. . .


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Originally Posted by ashok2012 View Post
Dear Raghu,

I AM A NEW MEMBER IN HSE DEPARTMENT
can u explain briefly about Hse procedure contains each step


REGARDS
ASHOK

ajaygodhane - Member Since: May 2011
Dear Raghu Sir, can you guide, where can I get a safety manual for Chicken Slaughter industry? regards Ajay

asudhir17 - Member Since: Sep 2011
Dear Ajay,

There are lot of regulations for slaughetr houses.

These refer to ..

1. Food Safety (Slaughter house customers for human consumption)
2. Safety of the workmen working in slaughter houses.
3. Animal Abuse (The animals which come to slaughetr houses shouls not be abused)

Please google slaughter house safety you will get enough information.

In western countries these regulations are very strict.

Pl let me know if you need any further help.

Regards,

Sudhir

ajaygodhane - Member Since: May 2011
Dear Sudhir Sir,
Nice to here from you once again..
I have already collected a lot of information from net (Thanks to Raghu Sir for that) related to animal abuse and food safety but unfortunately I could not get a single safety manual for such type of industry.
Actualy I have to prepare a safety manual for chicken slaughter industry and hence searching for some reference if available.

Once again Thanks & regards
Ajay

amit.surajbansi - Member Since: Feb 2011
Dear All,

Hi i am new to your family, wants to implement HSE in a company , but i am not aware of its requirement .

can you pls help me to understand how to study and understand how to know the statutory requirements.

thank you .

Amit

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