Worksite Handbook for module 4 - forms, check-lists and documentation for use on the job site.
CORESafety Framework Resources
Module 4: Fatality Prevention/Risk Management
Examples of participating company procedures and permits
Determining Serious Injury & Fatality Exposure PotentialDownload
As is true with any area of performance, in the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) it is important to be able to measure progress. A performance metric tells us whether we are improving, remaining stagnant or backsliding in our efforts toward a goal. This in turn tells us whether our current efforts are succeeding, or whether we need to change our approach.
Fatality Prevention GuidelineDownload
This document helps to define specific activities that drive operations to identify tasks and exposures with fatal risk potential and to ensure the risk control measures applied to those tasks/exposures are proactive, reliable and sustained. The document also defines training requirements for leadership and the workforce.
Fire Protection System DisruptionDownload
This document outlines the Standard Operating Procedures for when a Fire Protection System is disabled, interrupted, or damaged. It highlights the proper steps to reduce possible loss during an emergency while the system is impaired.
Health and Safety Critical Control ManagementDownload
This document is the good practice guide by the International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM)
New Findings on Serious Injuries & FatalitiesDownload
Over the past five years a startling data pattern has emerged in which the rate of recordable injuries has declined, but the rate of serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) is either flat or increasing. The pattern is seen to varying degrees at the site level, as well as at the company and national levels, and calls into question fundamental long-standing safety science assumptions.
Risk & Change Management in MiningDownload
The heart of safety management in mining is risk management, i.e., identification of hazards, assessment of their risk, application of appropriate controls. Regardless of the nature of the hazard (e.g., geological or other energy sources, environmental, process, human error & behavioral, etc.), they should all be addressed through effective risk management.
This document provides an outline of the Risk Management process and how it integrates with the safety management systems. Additionally, the document helps identify risks associated with specific mining activities and provides ways to proactively mitigate those risks to prevent injuries and fatalities.
Risk Management Webinar PresentationDownload
This document is the power point presentation and related notes for the Risk Management webinar held in April of 2014.
Surface Fire PreventionDownload
This document outlines the Standard Operating Procedures that establish the minimum requirements for safeguarding life and property against fire and related hazards and to control the risk of fire through effective prevention and detection.