4.3. Identification of Legislation and other Requirements

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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 4.3 of the Statute Policy mandated by DE&S states;

Operating Centres or equivalent shall establish and maintain a procedure for identifying and accessing the relevant safety and environmental legislative and other requirements that are applicable to their projects.

- Policy Clause 4.3 Identification of Legislation and other Requirements

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


Standards Identification and Demonstration of Compliance

It is important to identify environmental standards that apply to projects in order to demonstrate compliance. This procedure better enables project teams to identify relevant environmental standards and requirements, understanding how compliance is achieved and how compliance arguments should be built and recorded.


Project Safety Initiation

This procedure describes the start-up of safety management activities on a project. It identifies safety stakeholders, and legislative and other standards that should be satisfied. The procedure also creates the key elements of the safety management organisation for the project.


Safety Planning

This procedure guides the development of a Safety Management Plan which defines the Safety strategy, ensuring acceptable Safety performance through life.


Safety Requirements and Contracts

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.

Audit Question Set

Audit Question Set Section 4.3 Legislation Identification and Other Requirements

The Audit Question Set used as assurance in order to adhere to the policy described in policy clause 4.3.