An operational control exists to ensure an activity is completed in the correct/desired way. This procedure should assist Delivery Teams in identifying where operational controls are required and checking the adequacy of operational controls.
This procedure provides guidance for sustaining safety performance by ensuring in-service arrangements are recognised and operated.
This procedure provides guidance on the development of a Safety Case and Safety Case Report. The Safety Case brings together all project safety information, forming a number of arguments which are summarised in the Safety Case Report.
This procedure provides guidance for defining the requirements of the Safety Management System (SMS), and how it will be demonstrated that safety targets have been met. The procedure also provides guidance for the development of contractual terms with external contractors where they are required.
This procedure provides guidance for the acceptance of risks based upon the evidence presented in support of the ALARP statements.
This procedure provides risk reduction guidance for hazards that have not been evaluated as being either tolerable or broadly acceptable and ALARP.
This procedure guides the development of a Safety Management Plan which defines the Safety strategy, ensuring acceptable Safety performance through life.
DE&S sponsored courses for system safety and environmental protection shall be the recognised route for achieving suitable and sufficient competence throughout DE&S.
All Delivery Teams shall record and report significant Product, System or Service faults, accidents, incidents and near misses to the DE&S Safety, Health & Environment Committee through the Quality, Safety and Environmental Protection Team.