4.8. Accident and Incident Records
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This clause is part of policy clause section 4 Safety and Environmental Cases/Assessments . These Clauses contain the requirements that each safety and environmental case/assessment shall contain. Defence Regulators may require further, additional, requirements to what is contained in these clauses. Adherence to these Clauses will ensure safety and environmental cases/assessments contain the minimum evidence necessary to support safety and environmental arguments that Products, Systems and Services are safe to use.
Clause 4.8 of the Statute Policy mandated by DE&S states;
Operating Centres, Delivery Teams or equivalent shall monitor and record accidents, incidents and near misses where the performance of their Product, Systems or Services results in harm to individuals or damage to the environment and use this information to keep their risk assessments valid.
- Policy Clause 4.8 Accident and Incident Records
This page links to all of the guidance and assurance that is necessary to fulfil in order to adhere to this policy.
Procedures Subject to Policy
Environmental Impact Screening and Scoping
This procedure describes how to carry out a screening and scoping exercise to identify the project’s actual and potential environmental impacts and prioritise impacts according to environmental significance, business risk and ability to influence operational controls, allowing Delivery Teams to decide where to focus their efforts.
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 Delivery Team in continuous review and improvements to their projects
This procedure provides guidance for the acceptance of risks based upon the evidence presented in support of the ALARP statements.
This procedure provides guidance for the continual recording of hazards, accidents and accident sequences, including risk management information, in the Hazard Log.
In-Service Safety Management System
This procedure provides guidance for sustaining safety performance by ensuring in-service arrangements are recognised and operated.
This procedure describes the implementation of a Safety Committee, in order to ensure effective co-ordination between persons holding safety responsibilities.
This procedure guides the development of a Safety Management Plan which defines the Safety strategy, ensuring acceptable Safety performance through life.
Risk and ALARP Evaluation
This procedure provides guidance through Risk and ALARP Evaluation in order to identify where the system Risk meets Tolerability criteria, and where further action is required.
This procedure provides risk reduction guidance for hazards that have not been evaluated as being either tolerable or broadly acceptable and ALARP.
Audit Question Set
Audit Question Set Section 4.8 Accident and Incident Records
The Audit Question Set used as assurance in order to adhere to the policy described in policy clause 4.8.