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14-Jan-2014
Honeywell Aerospace Management System Approach
HSEMS Overview & SBG Governance
Gregory A. Bopp, CHMM
Director, HSE&F Compliance Assurance
Honeywell Aerospace
 Honeywell.com
Gregory A. Bopp, CHMM
Director, HSE&F Compliance Assurance
Honeywell Aerospace, Phoenix AZ
• 25-years HSE experience with Multi-National Corporations
– Lighting and Electronics- Lighting, Ballasts, Transformers, Magnet Wire
– Consumer Packaging – Coated Films/Papers, Beverage Cans, Glass, Plastics
– Aerospace– Auxiliary Power Units, Engines, Brakes, Avionics
• Geographical Work Experience:
– USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, UK, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, China
• Technical Body of Knowledge
– BSChE, University of Illinois
– Air Emissions Control, Industrial Waste Water Treatment, Chemical Substitution, Plating, Cleaning
Technology, Industrial Property Remediation, Environmental Site Assessments, ISO 14001, ISO
18001, RCRA, OSHA, DOT, FAA, NFPA
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Document control number
Honeywell Proprietary
Aero HSE&F Vision and Mission
Vision
Integrated business partner
providing unparalleled HSE&F
value and uncompromising
commitment to employee health
and safety and environmental
stewardship.
Mission
Protect people and the
environment through the
capabilities of our global talent and
the strength of our HSE & Facilities
Management Systems.
HOS Identified as the Means to Deliver on Vision and Mission
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HSEMS Framework
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HSE Management System Defined
• An HSEMS:
- Creates standardized and formal activities to identify and prioritize
HSE risks
- Establishes effective controls for priority risks
- Assigns responsibility and accountability
- Monitors and drives continuous performance improvement
Standardization, Efficiency, & Continuous Improvement
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Importance of Management Systems
Objectives &
Expectations (by setting these)
Where
& Why
Feedback
Mechanisms
(continuous
improvement)
How to
Improve
Performance
Metrics (measure
results)
How
HSEMS
How
Well
Who
Key Steps &
Requirements
(procedures)
Resources (identifies
who is responsible)
Effective HSE Management Critical to Success
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Honeywell Is Committed to Success
• Honeywell’s Sustainable
Opportunity Policy:
- Communicates Honeywell
Leadership’s commitment and
expectations
- Establishes the framework and
guidance for HSE performance
standards, strategic planning,
objectives and targets, and the
HSEMS
Provides the Framework for the HSE Management System
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Aerospace HSE Management System
• Defines operations
Policy
Management
Review
Risk
Assessment
• Engages leadership
Objectives &
Targets
• Applies responsibility and
accountability
• Monitors legal and other
Legal &
Other…
Environment
Product
Stewardship
Safety
Monitoring,
Measurement…
Structure &
Responsibility
HSEMS
requirements
• Prioritizes HSE risks
Corrective &
Preventive
Action
Loss
Prevention
Health
Document
Control…
• Links standards
• Involves continuous cycles
of feedback
Industrial
Hygiene
Operational
Control
Communication
Training
Management of
Change
A Mature Management System Enables Sustained HSE Compliance
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Aero HSE Management System
• Risk
Assessment
• Management
of Change
• Legal and
Other
Requirements
• Monitoring,
Measurement,
and Self
Assessment
Risk Management
• HSE Policy
• Structure and
Responsibility
• Objectives,
Targets, and
Management
Plans
• Management
Review
Risk Assessment
Leadership
A systematic, continuous cycle of activities…
• Training
• Communication
• Operational
Control
• Document
Control and
Records
• Corrective and
Preventive
Action
Components and standards are linked
Drive HSE Performance
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HSEMS Participants
HSEMS
Standard
Sponsor
Standard
Owners
Other
Resources
Typically site leadership
team representative
Responsibilities:
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Example tasks:
• Champion standard implementation,
maturity and leadership engagement
• Site Leader could sponsor identified
standards and committees
• Allocate resources for standard
development, implementation and
maturity
• Site Leader fosters understanding of
the Policy, signs the Policy, and
communicates the requirements to the
Site Leadership Team
HSEMS Participants
HSEMS
Standard
Sponsor
Standard
Owner
Other
Resources
The person positioned to effectively
execute implementation.
Responsibilities:
• Administer the standards on a day-to-day basis
• Identify resources needed for implementation
Logical Owners:
• Engineering or Operations: Management of Change
• Operations: Preventative/Corrective Actions
• HR: Communications
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HSEMS Participants
Standard
Sponsor
Standard
Owner
Site HSE Personnel and
Aero HSE&F Leadership
• Support integration of standard
requirements
• Develop and steward overall site
HSEMS implementation
• Facilitate overall coordination and
networking among location HSEMS
standard owners
• Serve as a single point of contact for
external HSEMS communications
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Other
Resources
• Human Resources, HSE,
Facilities, Legal staff that
support and ensure
effectiveness of the
standards
• Provide subject matter
expertise
HSEMS Steering Committee
• Assures HSEMS implementation and continuous
improvement remains a priority
• Sets HSEMS goals and objectives for the location
• Approves, commits or obtains resources with the requisite
knowledge, skills and expertise for systems development,
implementation, maintenance and assessment
• Assures responsibility, accountability and authority for all
HSEMS standards
• Approves location’s HSEMS Management Program,
including significant plan changes (Objectives, Targets,
and Management Plans)
Responsible and Accountable Resources
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Aspects Critical to Success
• Align Standard Sponsors and Owners with activities
• Communication between Standard Owners and Sponsors
both internally and externally
• Standard Sponsors should be:
- Members of the location’s Leadership Team
- Actively involved to assure resources are adequate and barriers are
addressed in a timely manner
• Active Management Review
- Ensures HSEMS is well integrated
- Effectively prioritizes implementation and improvement plans
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HSEMS Standards Overview
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HSE Policy (Sustainable Opportunity Policy)
• Communicates Honeywell-wide Leadership commitment to
and endorsement of HSE expectations
• Establishes the framework and guidance for HSE
performance and behaviors
• Is made visible to the global workforce, contractors,
stakeholders and public
Clear, Concise, and Communicated Commitment
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Risk Assessment
• Systematic identification of HSE hazards and risks
• Defines, evaluates, prioritizes, and controls operational
risk
• Facilitates risk reduction and implementation of abatement
actions within location’s “scope”
Produces Risk Profile – Prioritizes Significant Risk
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Legal and Other Requirements
• Requires identification and assessment of legal & other
requirements
• Enables visibility to and understanding of:
- Existing legal and regulatory requirements
- New and pending legislation
- Non-regulatory requirements imposed on or committed to
by the organization
- Current compliance status and risk to compliance
Reliable Understanding of Requirements
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Structure and Responsibility
• Links responsibility and accountability to Site Leader
• Establishes framework for development of clear HSEMS
roles & responsibilities
• Incorporates HSE performance expectations in the
performance management process
• Defines behavior and culture performance expectations
Defines Responsibility & Accountability
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Document Control and Records
• Establishes and implements a process which assures
effective management of HSE documents and records
• Assures current versions of HSE documents and records
are readily available
• Establishes document review process expectations
• Designates individuals responsible for the maintenance
and review of HSE documents and records
Standardizes Documentation And Controls Records
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Operational Control
• Identifies, develops and implements operational controls
for HSE risks
• Assures operational controls reduce or abate risk
• Assures operational controls are communicated to affected
personnel
• Analyzes preventive and corrective actions to assess
operational control effectiveness
Control Standards Are Put In Place
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Management of Change
• Establishes a proactive process for risk assessment &
management during the introduction of new products,
materials, equipment and facilities
• Assures changes and/or modifications comply with existing
legal and other requirements
• Identifies, evaluates and controls HSE risks associated
with change
Linking HSE Practices Into Processes
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Training
• Identifies and documents training requirements
• Assures development and implementation of training
programs to meet the training needs assessment
• Evaluates training effectiveness
Shaping Behaviors & Developing Employees
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Communication
• Assures effective management of internal and external HSE
communications
• Defines HSE communication strategies and develops
location-specific, documented processes
• Engages leadership and all organizational levels in two-way
HSE communications
Communicate, Communicate, Communicate…
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Corrective and Preventive Action
• Establishes methods to address and investigate potential
or actual non-conformance
• Establishes effective Root Cause Analysis methodologies
• Prioritizes and tracks corrective and preventive actions
• Analyzes corrective and preventive actions for system
improvement opportunities
Systematic Approach To Manage HSE Defects
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Monitoring, Measurement and Self-Assessment
• Monitors and measures HSE activities and performance on
a regular basis
• Ensures significant HSE risks are being controlled
• Enables evaluation of detection and correction programs
• Identifies weaknesses to prevent HSE incidents
Auditing To Ensure Compliance
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Objectives, Targets and Management Plans
• Provides guidance and requirements to facilitate
establishment of HSE objectives and targets
• Places focus on critical HSE opportunities and risks
• Facilitates continuous improvement of HSEMS
• Establishes formal plans to achieve objectives & targets
Focused HSE Improvement Efforts & Resources
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Management Review
• Enables regular review of HSEMS
• Engages leadership to evaluate, manage and continually
improve the HSEMS
• Integrates into the existing business review processes
• Sets the stage for future actions and activities
Leadership Engagement
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Linkage Lessons Learned
• Linkage is important in the design of the system
• Linkage is essential in the implementation of the system
• Examples of The Missing Link…
- Objectives & Targets not tied to significant risks
- Structure & Responsibilities not tied to Management Plans
- Training content not tied to Management Plans
• Self-assessment must examine linkage effectiveness
Eliminate the Missing Link
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Summary
• Continuous cycle of standardized and formal activities to
identify and prioritize HSE risks
• Predictive performance through risk profile management
• Establishes effective controls for priority risks
• Assigns responsibility and accountability
• Monitors and drives continuous performance improvement
• Comprehensive and standardized performance standards
• Documented leadership commitment
• Formal, integrated programs
• Robust HSE governance program
HSEMS drives proactive…disciplined HSE culture
Questions
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