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									Canadian Standards Association
Z1000, OHS Management Systems
Dave Shanahan – Project Manager
Canadian Standards
   Association

Occupational Health & Safety
    Standards Program
        CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION


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• Leader in developing standards
 for more than 80 years
• Serving business, industry,
 consumers and government
• 9,000 members
• More than 2,600 published
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              CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION



•   Standards developed by:
    about 9,000 volunteers
    from all walks of life
•   Consensus approach,
    so no one interest group
    dominates
•   Referenced by governments
    and industry associations
          Consensus Standards and Guidelines

“Making standards work for People and Business”
  Voluntary Consensus Standards
    Motivation for compliance:
    • Due diligence
    • Reduced liability
    • Recognition by
      regulatory authorities
      (doing the “right things”)
                   Consensus Development Process

                                        Organize
Request               Evaluation
                      Evaluation
                                       Committee


      Maintenance                                  Notice of
       & Support                                    Intent

                       Building Consensus

Published                 a commitment to                 Develop
Standard                                                   Drafts
                         Value and Integrity


      Procedural                                   Public
       Approval                                    Review


                       Technical       Consensus
                       Approval          Draft
         Our Principles

• Strike a balance:
 - principle of diversity
      - no one group dominates
 - principle of consensus
      - satisfy the needs of those concerned
            about a particular topic
             CSA Seminar Programs


•   OHS Management
    (Z1000)
•   Machinery
    Safeguarding (Z432)
•   Fall Protection
    (Z259 Series)
•   Respiratory
    Protection (Z94.4)
•   Accident
    Investigation (Z796)
•   Office Ergonomics
    (Z412)
Our Prime Motivator
         Z1000 – Technical Committee



• Equal Representation Among Three
 Stakeholder Groups:
         Business, Labour, and Regulators
• Specifically Excluded:
     3rd Party Certification Bodies
• Limited Associate (non-voting) Membership –
 OHS Experts, Safety Groups, Consultants
       CSA Z1000 Development

• 2004 - 2005: Development of Draft Standard
• 2005 – 3rd Qtr: Public Review of Draft
• 2005 – 4th Qtr:
     Final Approval by Technical Committee
• March 2006 – CSA Z1000 Published
• June 2006 – Available in French
• Sept. 2006 – National Standard of Canada
• Future: Self-assessment Tool
          OHS Management Seminars
          Other Compliance Aids
          CSA Z1000
          Occupational Health & Safety Management

    SCOPE
•   Creates a framework for facilitating the
    improvement of organizations’ OHS performance.
•   Establishes basic requirements for an effective
    occupational health and safety management
    system, including management system
    documentation.
•   Designed for use by organizations of all types and
    sizes.
•   Harmonized with existing standards to facilitate
    acceptance and use.
          Consistency with Other Standards



• ANSI Z10 - 2004
               Occupational Health and
 Safety Management Systems (Draft)
• ILO –OSH 2001 Guidelines on Occupational
 Safety and Health Management Systems
• ISO 14001Environmental Management
 Systems (CSA)
• OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and
 Safety Management Systems Specification
       Foundational Standard


            Environmental
              Standards

                             Emergency
 Security
                            Preparedness
Standards
                              Standards


              Z1000

Products                     Community
& Service                      Safety
Standards                    Standards

               Infra-
             structure
             Standards
          CSA Z1000
          Occupational Health & Safety Management

    Content

•   No “new” concepts.
           Well recognized elements.

•   Represents best practices from across Canada.

•   Identifies Canadian OHS resources.

•   Not simply a “paper chase” audit document.
          CSA Z1000
          Occupational Health & Safety Management

OHS Management System Contents:
•   Establishment of an Integrated OHS Management System
•   Management Commitment and Leadership
•   Designation of Management Responsibilities (Organization)
•   Worker Participation (OHS Committees)
•   OHS Policy
•   OHS Regulatory Compliance
•   Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
•   Prevention, Controls, and Risk Management
•   Competence and Training
•   Communication and Awareness
          CSA Z1000
          Occupational Health & Safety Management

OHS Management System Contents:
•   Procurement and Contracting
•   Emergency Preparedness
•   Management of Change
•   Documentation and Records
•   Monitoring and Measurement
•   Accident Investigation and Corrective Measures
•   Internal Audits
•   Prevention and Corrective Action
•   Management Review and Continual Improvement
         Guidance Material



• To assist users, the Z1000 standard will
 consist of a requirements document coupled
 with guidance material.
• Requirements
     – focus on what is required
• Guidance
     – focus on how to meet requirements
          Other New Developments


Accreditation of Auditing Agents
by Standards Council of Canada
1.   Quality Management Institute

2.   Industrial Accident Prevention Association
           Future Activities and Support

1.   Communication and Promotion of Standard
2.   Reference in other new CSA Standards
       - Risk Management (Z1002)
       - Emergency Preparedness (Z1600)
       - Workplace Ergonomics (Z1004)
       - Confined Space Entry (Z1006)
3.   Recognition by Safety Professional Groups
4.   Recognition by Provincial Governments
5.   Seminars and Compliance Assistance
6.   Focus on Help for Small and Medium Size
     Workplaces
Making standards work
for people and business
      Developing
National OHS Standards

     CSA invites
        YOU
   to get involved!
To obtain copies of Z1000
      contact CSA
  Tel. 1-800-463-6727
 On-line at: www.csa.ca
      CSA Annual
 Meeting and Conference
    June 10 -12, 2007
Westin Nova Scotian Hotel
       Halifax, NS
       www.csa.ca

								
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