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CUSEC- CULTURA DE SECURITATE- un model utilizabil

ASPECTE GENERALE”Acest concept (cultura de securitate) utilizeaza o noua abordare institutionala fata de promovarea dialogului cu actorii-institutiile publice, precum si validarea misiunii sociale a acestora in spiritul cunoasterii noilor tipuri de amenintari, riscuri si vulnerabilitati, la nivel individual, de grup, societal, national, regional si global”[1]. Pentru domeniul Securității și Sănătății în Muncă , cultura de securitate reprezintă un atribut dezvoltat la nivelul colectivității (loc de muncă, secție, unitate economică) format din proceduri de bună practică formale și informale și de asemenea din proceduri de colaborare între cei implicați – realizate în scopul unei îmbunătățiri continue a securității și sănătății în muncă.



DESCRIERE CERCETARENe propunem în acest material , plecând de la documentația și experiența existentă [2]să dezvoltăm un model utilizabil al culturii de securitate.
Considerăm o formulă care poate defini cultura de securitate- cum ar fi: C= (Cinit+Ef)*KDU(1…

HOW TO DEVELOP A BETTER SAFETY CHECKLIST

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HOW TO DEVELOP A BETTER SAFETY ASSESSMENT

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RESEARCHING FOR A BETTER SAFETY ASSESSMENT-part 3

WHAT ARE WE GOING TO ASSESS?
There are a lot of checklists for safety assessment- some of this could be found also on Internet. A systemic approach to the safety assessment would however focus on general components- that could be developed by the safety assessor taking into account the specificity of the assessed workplace. We have chosen- on the basis of our experience- a system with three main components: -HUMAN RESOURCE- as humans are the root cause of more than 75% of the occupational accidents- this component is a must for every assessment. It should include- in our opinion: - Technical training involved in the performance of specific tasks; was such training done properly and in time- taking into account not just the technical details but also the capacity of understanding of the employee?  Is this training updated when needed? Is this training enough?
-General and specific safety training; -Employee experience in work and also at workplace; -Employee abilities connected wit…

RESEARCHING FOR A BETTER SAFETY ASSESSMENT-part 2

GOOD ASSESSMENT VS. FAILED ASSESSMENT How can we make a clear distinction between a successful assessment of safety at workplaces and a failed one? The next table gives some indications- that are just orientated. Anyhow, you must consider that a safety assessment gives you very seldom an absolute result.
Table.1 Good vs. failes assessment Good assessment Failed assessment It gives you the necessary information to make specific decisions and to develop improvement plans. It is very categorical. It could be excellent- and in this case you should be very cautious- because nothing is excellent in industry- or could be very worse. It gives you a risk level that you could use in benchmarking. Gives a very impressive figure (regarding the risk level) that could not be used, says nothing and could be contested. Includes all the technical details needed. Approximates a lot, not including specific activities that are done at the workplace. This non-inclusion is a proof that the ass…