You as Chief Executive...
... think with an uncertain feeling on the possibility that the national safety authority will inspect your company

...are not sure, that everything meets best standards in the field of occupational health and safety.

...occasionally turn your head aside, when you notice unsafe practices in the workplace...

...thinking: How many times have I reminded this worker about safe working?

...watching documentary movies from abroad you notice how clean and disciplined they work there.

...have seen plants working cleaner and better disciplined than your workers show in Hungary

...would like to eliminate occupational safety incidents and "unintentional" damage

...would like that colleagues to show a greater priority for safety in the workplaces

...want to set the target of no safety incidents occurring in your field of responsibility

I know this feeling!

Therefore you decided... use an external consultant to identify areas of opportunity for improvement accept responsibility for avoiding occupational safety incidents

... to determine that achieving zero safety incidents is at least as important as zero mistakes in the production

...that you will extend your ISO 9001:2008 certificate on OHS as well

...the target from now on is Zero Incidents!
The Zero Incidents System...
...has only winners in your company

...helps the employees - independently from their fields of responsibility - to speak the same language

...helps to build the mass of your colleagues up to an organised team a movement that can be extended to the other fields of activity of your company

...makes the intellectual capital grow in your company, enhancing the value of your company

  1. On the first meeting we will discuss the function of the occupational safety system and the level of safe behaviour, we discuss the task.
  2. We set the detailed programme and put it into an agreement.
  3. An audit will be prepared, to review some 20 fields of the safety management in the company.
  4. We meet to evaluate the results of the audit; we discuss the findings and the responses. Issue: the acceptable risk.
  5. The Zero Incidents System will be introduced
    1. Theory training - practice - practical training - practice, until it clearly works well.
    2. Discussion about the procedures to fit Zero Incidents System into the company management system.
  6. Agreement about the need of resources
  7. The first corrective actions happen.
  8. A follow-up audit will be prepared, to review some 20 fields of the safety management in the company.
  9. The fine-tuning of the procedures.
  10. To measure the continual improvement, evaluation at agreed intervals.
The stress is on item 5. That will make the majority of the work. The company needs the most assistance to solve this point.