Why FS International ?
FS international team of professional with proven skills in the field of Emergency Response & Safety Management . As Specialist & Trainers , we are committed to provide best known Safety Management & Training services .
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What is FS PPE?
Personal protective equipment (PPE) refers to protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garments or equipment designed to protect the wearer’s body from injury or infection. The hazards addressed by protective equipment include physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards, and airborne particulate matter.
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Any Act that deviates from a generally recognized safe way or specified method of doing a job and increases the potential for an accident .
To carry out a duty so far as is reasonably practicable means that the degree of risk in a particular activity or environment can be balanced against the time, trouble, cost and physical difficulty of taking measures to avoid the risk.
What is Policy ?
What is Policy ?
- Company’s statements and intentions on how it will be managed to meet its obligation (legal , ethical , contractual )
- Consistent with its vision and values
- Set at the highest level in the company
- Applicable to all personnel & operations; conformance is mandatory
- Rarely changes
What is Risk Assessment ?
A careful consideration by competent people of the hazards associated with a task . The potential effect of each hazard , how severe it might be and the likelihood of it occurring , should be considered to determine the efforts required to make the work site as safe as reasonably practicable .
What is Risk Analysis & Reporting ?
Risk analysis is the process of defining and analyzing the dangers to individuals, businesses and government agencies posed by potential natural and human-caused adverse events.
What is Controlling Risk?
- Risk Avoidance – this strategy involves a conscious decision on the part of the organisation to avoid completely a particular risk by discontinuing the operation producing the risk e.g. the replacing a hazardous chemical by one with less or no risk potential.
- Risk retention – The risk is retained in the organisation where any consequent loss is financed by the company. There are two aspects to consider here, risk retention with knowledge and risk retention without knowledge.
- Risk Transfer – this refers to the legal assignment of the costs of certain potential losses from one party to another. The most common way is by insurance.
- Risk Reduction – here the risks are systematically reduced through control measures, according to the hierarchy of risk control described in earlier sections.
Automotive Accidents (AA)
A motor vehicle collision(MVC) among other terms, occurs when a vehicle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, animal, road debris, or other stationary obstruction, such as a tree, pole or building. Traffic collisions often result in injury, death, and property damage.
What is CMSL?
We have worked alongside the CMSL for several years. They consistently provide us with prompt, clear and well-considered instructions to progress through to a swift and successful conclusion .
Key categories of CMSL events
- Catastrophic Event : catastrophic is very harmful or disastrous . E.g Earth Quake etc
- Major Event : Death or major injury or illness causing long term disability
- Serious Event : Injuries or illness causing short-term disability
- Light Event : All other injuries or illnesses
A risk matrix is a matrix that is used during risk assessment to define the level of risk by considering the category of probability or likelihood against the category of consequence severity. This is a simple mechanism to increase visibility of risks and assist management decision making
What is Operations?
It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as few resources as needed and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements. It is concerned with managing an entire production system which is the process that converts inputs (in the forms of raw materials, labor, and energy) into outputs (in the form of goods and/or services), as an asset or delivers a product or services. Operations produce products, manage quality and creates service. Operation management covers sectors like banking systems, hospitals, companies, working with suppliers, customers, and using technology. Operations is one of the major functions in an organization along with supply chains, marketing, finance and human resources. The operations function requires management of both the strategic and day-to-day production of goods and services.
What is Journey Management Key Elements ?
To minimize Automotive accidents we should Always remember :
- Is this Trip necessary
- Have we fasten our Seat belts
- Do we have Journey management Plan
- Is driver trained for Journey .
- Is Vehicle equipped with necessary Safety Item in case of emergency
What is SCBA?
What is SCBA?
A self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) sometimes referred to as a compressed air breathing apparatus (CABA), or simply breathing apparatus (BA), is a device worn by rescue workers, firefighters, and others to provide breathable air in an immediately dangerous to life or health atmosphere.
Why Team Building Important ?
Environment for clients wanting to improve the performance of their team. Activities range from simple bonding exercises to complex simulations and multi day team building programs designed to develop a team.
What is Safety & Technical Training ?
- Safety & Tech trainings are specially designed to ensure understanding of related field of specific customer operations and activities.
- Special Trained Instructors Conduct trainings related to specified fields .
- These trainings are available for all categories i.e
- Organization , Public , Private institutions etc
What Is FS Safety Mat ?
- FS Safety Posters : Safety slogans are statements, mottos, sentences or meaningful phrases of organizations, enterprises, groups or institutions that are displayed or printed on monograms, publications, advertisements, employee uniforms, walls, rooms, offices or other places of the organizations. These slogans remind and encourage the employees or stake holders about the importance of safety in general, or of particular instances of safety. The aim of the safety slogans are to prevent and safeguard employees or others from hazards, improve personal and collective safety and ensure better hazard control in a workplaces.
- FS Fire Extingusher: A fire extinguisher is a metal cylinder which contains water or chemicals at high pressure which can put out fires. a portable device for extinguishing fires, usually consisting of a canister with a directional nozzle used to direct a spray of water, chemically generated foam, inert gas, or fine powder onto the fire
- Fire Alarm :A fire alarm system has a number of devices working together to detect and warn people through visual and audio appliances when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide or other emergencies are present. These alarms may be activated automatically from smoke detectors, and heat detectors or may also be activated via manual fire alarm activation devices such as manual call points or pull stations. Alarms can be either motorized bells or wall mountable sounders or horns. They can also be speaker strobes which sound an alarm, followed by a voice evacuation message which warns people inside the building not to use the elevators. Fire alarm sounders can be set to certain frequencies and different tones including low, medium and high.
- Fire Fighting Kit :Technical equipment designed to rescue people and protect valuable goods and natural resources from fire. … Fire-fighting equipment also includes fixed fire-extinguishing and fire-alarm systems, fire extinguishers, fire hydrants, and othermeans for conveying fire-extinguishing agents to the scene of a fire.
- Fire Blanket : a sheet of flexible material, typically woven fibreglass, used to smother a fire in an emergency
- First Aid Kit : a small box containing items such as bandages, plasters, and antiseptic wipes for use in giving help to a sick or injured person until full medical treatment is available.
- ERP Card : Emergency Response card that provides info to visitors visiting facilities / premises
- Safety Stickers : Stickers Signs and info related to Safety preventive measures for Facilities and Premises
- FS Chock Blocks : Piece of wood / Metal , square or rectangular in cross section, usually made of oak, ash, or other hardwood. Also used to denote a shaped piece of wood provided with a handle and designed for placing between the rails / HTV’s to hold back in safe mode
What is FS E Data?
E Data : Measurement is a key step in any management process and forms the basis of continual improvement. If measurement is not carried out correctly, the effectiveness of the health and safety management system is undermined and there is no reliable information to inform managers how well the health and safety risks are controlled. Organizations need to recognize that there is no single reliable measure of health and safety performance. What is required is a ‘basket’ of measures or a ‘balanced scorecard’, providing information on a range of health and safety activities. As organizations recognize the importance of managing health and safety they become aware of the problems with using injury and ill-health statistics alone as the only measure of health and safety performance. “Contact FS TO PROVIDE HSE Data Collection System”
What is E JM System ?
E JM System doc :For every journey one should ask if the journey is actually necessary; the safest journey is the one not taken. If the journey is necessary it is advised to consider other, safer, transportation options than car travel. This may include train or bus transport.When making a road journey, whether it’s for business or pleasure, your chances of arriving safely are greatly increased by careful planning. Fail to plan adequately and your chances of being involved in an incident will increase.
A Journey Management Plan is typically a set process that you follow for planning and undertaking road transport journeys in compliance with HSSE requirements, with the goal of arriving safely. Every country and company will operate different standards but as a general rule, it is wise to put in place a Journey Management Plan for trips of more than 4.5 hours. Contact FS TO PROVIDE Assistance on JM Safety Planning & Execution
What is FS E PTW doc?
E. PTW doc :Instructions or procedures are adequate for most work activities, but some require extra care. A ‘permit to work’ is a more formal system stating exactly what work is to be done and when, and which parts are safe. A responsible person should assess the work and check safety at each stage. The people doing the job sign the permit to show that they understand the risks and precautions necessary.
Permits are effectively a means of communication between site management, plant supervisors and operators, and those who carry out the work. Examples of high-risk jobs where a written ‘permit to work’ procedure may need to be used include hot work such as welding, vessel entry, cutting into pipework carrying hazardous substances, and work that requires electrical or mechanical isolation. It is also a means of coordinating different work activities to avoid conflicts.
It should be emphasized, however, that a ‘permit to work’ is not a replacement for robust risk assessment, but can help bring the risk assessment ‘to life’, at the sharp end, where it matters.
What is FS site Safety Doc ?
E Site Safety Audit Doc :Generally, a safety audit is a structured process whereby information is collected relating to the efficiency, effectiveness, and reliability of the total health and safety management system of a company. Safety audits are conducted in compliance with legislation, and are used as a guide for designing plans for corrective actions within a health and safety program. A safety audit examines and determines whether or not a company’s daily activities and processes conform to their planned health and safety arrangements as well as government laws. An audit further identifies whether or not the planned arrangements are implemented effectively, and are suitable to achieve the organization’s or company’s health and safety policy objectives. Often it is a failure in health and safety management that results in a serious incident. Safety audits assist in identifying failures within a system, process, or program and the information gathered helps to determine the best course of corrective action.
- Safety audits are beneficial because they:
- Promote constant review of systems to ensure that they do not become weakened by habit
- Facilitate planned improvements to programs, policies, and procedures
- Help to identify weaknesses in human resources departments
- Help to demonstrate management’s dedication to employee health and safety
What is E Accident and Investigation doc ?
E Accident & Investigation doc :Monitor the effectiveness of the measures you put in place to control the risks in your workplace. As part of your monitoring, you should investigate incidents to ensure that corrective action is taken, learning is shared and any necessary improvements are put in place. Investigations will help you to:
- identify why your existing control measures failed and what improvements or additional measures are needed
- plan to prevent the incident from happening again
- point to areas where your risk assessment needs reviewing
- improve risk control in your workplace in the future
- Reporting incidents should not stop you from carrying out your own investigation to ensure risks in your workplace are controlled efficiently.
- An investigation is not an end in itself, but the first step in preventing future adverse eventsthat includes:
- accident: an event that results in injury or ill health
- near miss: an event not causing harm, but has the potential to cause injury or ill health (in this guidance, the term near miss will include dangerous occurrences)
- undesired circumstance: a set of conditions or circumstances that have the potential to cause injury or ill health, eg untrained nurses handling heavy patients
- dangerous occurrence: one of a number of specific, reportable adverse events, as defined in the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences .
What is ERP Card ?
ERP Card : Emergencies can create a variety of hazards for workers in the impacted area. Preparing before an emergency incident plays a vital role in ensuring that employers and workers have the necessary equipment, know where to go, and know how to keep themselves safe when an emergency occurs. These Emergency Preparedness and Response pages provide information on how to prepare and train for emergencies and the hazards to be aware of when an emergency occurs. The pages provide information for employers and workers across industries, and for workers who will be responding to the emergency
What is E Site History File ?
Site History File : An archive is an accumulation of historical records or the physical place they are located.Archives contain primary source documents that have accumulated over the course of an individual or organization’s lifetime, and are kept to show the function of that person or organization. Professional archivists and historians generally understand archives to be records that have been naturally and necessarily generated as a product of regular legal, commercial, administrative, or social activities.
What is LTI ?
A work related injury or illness that results in death.
A work related injury or illness acceptable by the WCB that renders an employee unable to work in any capacity on his next regular scheduled workday.
RESTRICTED WORK CASE
A Restricted Work Case (RWC) occurs when an employee cannot perform at normal capacity, but does not result in days lost from work. An RWC occurs when, as a consequence of a work related injury or illness:
- The employee is temporarily assigned to another job away from their normal location; or
- The employee remains at their normal location, but an additional crew member is assigned to that location.
MEDICAL TREATMENT ONLY
Any work related injury or illness requiring medical care or treatment beyond first aid that does not result in a Restricted Work Case or Lost-Time Incident (LTI). Medical treatment does not include first aid treatment even if provided by a physician or registered professional personnel. The following are considered medical treatment:
- Treatment of second or third degree burns
- Use of sutures or adhesive skin closure device
- Removal of foreign bodies embedded in the eyes
- Any dental treatment or repairs
- Positive x-ray diagnosis of fractures, broken bones, etc.
- Admission to hospital or equivalent medical facility for ongoing treatment (e.g., physiotherapy, chiropractic, dentistry, etc.)
- Dislocations or tissue tears (e.g., muscles, ligaments, tendons, etc.)
Any treatment of minor scratches, cuts, burns, splinters and so forth. The following are generally considered first aid treatment:
- Application of an antiseptic during the first visit to a medic or physician
- Treatment of first degree burns
- Use of elastic bandages
- Removal of foreign bodies not embedded in the eye
- Use of non-prescription medicine, or the use of a single dose of a prescription medication on the first visit to a medic or doctor to treat a minor injury or discomfort
- Negative x-ray diagnosis (no fractures or broken bones detected)
- Any other incident requiring first aid attention
* If after reading these definitions you are unsure if an incident is a First Aid or a Medical Treatment Only, it should be classified as a Medical Treatment Only.
Why Is Health Management Important ?
Healthcare management is the profession that provides leadership and direction to organizations that deliver personal health services.
Health care system an organized plan of health services. The term usually is used to refer to the system or program by which health care is made available to the population and financed by government, private enterprise, or both. In a larger sense, the elements of a health care system embrace the following:
- Personal health care services for individuals and families, available at hospitals, clinics, neighborhood centers, and similar agencies, in physicians’ offices, and in the clients’ own homes;
- The public health services needed to maintain a healthy environment, such as control of water andfood supplies, regulation of drugs, and safety regulations intended to protect a given population;
- Teaching and research activities related to the prevention, detection, and treatment of disease; Third party (health insurance)coverage of system services.
What is FS Auctions ?
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What is Expect the Unexpected in Safety ?
The advice “expect the unexpected” can lead to a great deal of criticism. For example, if one can expect something to happen, then it is (technically) no longer unexpected…and so on. Setting all the hair-splitting aside, to expect the unexpected is to anticipate the possibilities of events occurring in advance of them actually occurring. For example… If you are preparing to drive somewhere during the rush hour you can expect the possibility of minor accidents and delays and plan accordingly by leaving early, taking another route, or having an alternative route in mind that you can take if you encounter problems. The mere act of thinking about a traffic problem in advance can improve situational awareness because it can help you capture clues about what is on the horizon.
What IS KPI?
A Key Performance Indicator is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. Organizations use KPI’s at multiple levels to evaluate their success at reaching targets. High-level KPIs may focus on the overall performance of the enterprise, while low-level KPIs may focus on processes in departments
What is Safety Indicator ?
The objective of measuring leading & lagging indicators is to assess safety performance, and determine what needs to be done to improve the safety culture.
Lagging indicators measure the end result of OHS processes, policies and procedures. They’re a record of things that have already happened. Since they record things after the fact, they inform a reactive health and safety culture. # workplace incidents. # disabling injuries. WCB premium
Safety Inspections vs Safety Audits
Safety inspections look for hazards, risks, and other tactics that might prevent a company from operating safely. Meanwhile, safety audits examine whether programs and strategies are meeting a company’s goals. Both are important components of a workplace safety plan.
Evacuation Drills & Head Counts?
Potential emergencies , such as fire, explosion, chemical releases and all other emergencies require owners, guests and employees to evacuate the building. An Emergency Evacuation Plan (EEP) and adequate occupant familiarity with a building minimize threats to life and property. This plan applies to all emergencies where occupants may need to evacuate for personal safety.
Under this plan, employees will be informed of:
- The plan’s purpose
- Preferred means of reporting fires and other emergencies
- Emergency escape procedures and route assignments
- Procedures to account for all employees after emergency evacuation has been completed
- Rescue and medical duties for those employees who perform them
- The alarm system .
Why Manage Safety ?
There are three main reasons why it is so important to manage safety in the workplace:
- Morally: No one should be subject to injury or illness from their job or workplace, it may be obvious that everyone should be reasonably protected but, are they?
- Financially: Employees who have their health, safety and well-being properly protected will have fewer absences, greater morale and increased productivity.
- Legally: Employers are legally responsible for everyone in the workplace, it is their duty to ensure the health, safety and well-being of employees whilst at work.
What is Environment Management?
Environmental management system (EMS) refers to the management of an organization’s environmental programs in a comprehensive, systematic, planned and documented manner. It includes the organizational structure, planning and resources for developing, implementing and maintaining policy for environmental protection