CREW FOCUSED SAFETY
An all in one risk based index-rating Safety Management Program.
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Based on our industry experience developing and implementing safety management systems over the past 25 years, we’ve developed a structured program for managing health and safety on board fishing vessels.
The crewSAFE Safety Management Program consists of:
- A comprehensive Standards Manual with an objective index-rating Audit Protocol
- The necessary Implementation Package (documentation, registers, checklists, etc)
- Promotional Material to launch the program on board
The index-rating approach is not new – in fact this type of program has been used in many high-risk industries across the world to provide a basis for their management systems as well as to gain an objective assessment of their performance to these set safety standards.
Safety needs to be tangible, and this means having something ‘real’ to measure against. This approach then complements the “Think Safety” philosophy by providing a method to “Do Safety” as well. A program like crewSAFE, where specific standards are set and clear guidelines are supplied to meet these standards, provides a basis for the objective measurement of health and safety effort.
The crewSAFE Program consists of 6 Chapters and is subdivided into some 62 elements and is designed to provide an effective framework to enable a systematic safety management program to be implemented onboard fishing vessels.
The program Chapters are as follows: System Management, Fire & Emergency Protection, Safe Working Practices, Vessel & Equipment, Occupational Health & Environmental Protection
Each of the 62 Elements are presented in a similar way. There’s an Element Heading (in this case 2.1 Fire Fighting Equipment). This is followed a list of Inspection Items, and a place for Rating Compliance.
Also included on each page are a set of introductory Guidelines. These are by no means meant to represent a full set of requirements, nor are they necessarily a set of legal requirements to be followed at all times. The intention is to provide an overview and starting point for your health and safety program on board. We’ve tried to provide samples of “best practice” – sourcing information from various sources over the years.
Each vessel and organisation will need to add to these guidelines as required by their particular risk profile. And the audit function of the Program will then measure compliance against these vessel-specific guidelines.
Also note that the focus of this Program is on Occupational Safety and Health – there’s an expectation that the standard seamanship, watchkeeping and navigation, shiphandling, ‘rules of the road’, sea safety and survival aspects are covered in existing procedures and training.