Audit Question Set Section 1.7 Learning From Experience

These questions can be used as an aid to assure that your project adheres to the policy briefed in clause 1.7 of the Statute Policy mandated by Defence Regulators which states;

Operating Centres, Project Teams or equivalents shall ensure accidents and incidents are investigated to identify opportunities to reduce the likelihood and impact of reccurrence. Lessons learned shall be shared amongst all relevant stakeholders to maximise benefit.

- Policy Clause 1.7 Learning From Experience

These questions address ASEMS Part 1, Clause 1.7 and DSA 01.1, Elements I and K
Incident management and learning from experience
  1. What processes are in place to support learning from experience and where are they documented?
  2. Who is responsible for their implementation and where are the outcomes recorded?
  3. How are outcomes embedded as part of long term Corporate Memory?
Self - Assurance
  1. What internal and / or external oversight has been carried out to assure the adequacy and effectiveness of the above arrangements and their outcomes?

Covers assurance for policy clause

Learning From Experience

Operating Centres, Project Teams or equivalents shall ensure accidents and incidents are investigated to identify opportunities to reduce the likelihood and impact of reccurrence. Lessons learned shall be shared amongst all relevant stakeholders to maximise benefit.

1.7

Assures Procedures

EMP09

Continuous Review

Continuous review should ensure that outputs from all EMPs are kept up to date with overall project and other developments. A review should be part of a planned process of the revision of outputs as the project progresses in order to incorporate improved or amended information, or as the result of audit findings. This procedure assists the project team in continuous review and improvements to their projects

SMP04

Preliminary Hazard Identification and Analysis

This procedure provides guidance for conducting a Preliminary Hazard Identification and Analysis in order to determine the scope of the safety requirements for the system.

SMP05

Hazard Identification and Analysis

This procedure provides guidance through the Hazard Identification and Analysis process, in which all credible Hazards are identified and subsequently analysed in order to establish the associated Accidents and Accident Sequences.

SMP11

Hazard Log

This procedure provides guidance for the continual recording of hazards, accidents and accident sequences, including risk management information, in the Hazard Log.

SMP13

In-Service Safety Management System

This procedure provides guidance for sustaining safety performance by ensuring in-service arrangements are recognised and operated.