All companies have a management system but many struggle to get their management system implemented effectively. ISRS can help. The management system is important to the operation of every business because it guides the behavior of personnel in the organization. The ISRS contains 30 years of best practice experience in safety and sustainability management. Using ISRS gives necessary personnel the ability to measure, improve and demonstrate the implementation of their management system.
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An ISRS assessment is a thorough evaluation of these questions and involves interviews with process owners where the questions are scored and commented. Detailed verification is conducted and organizations must be prepared to offer evidence to support their answers. The process scores determine an overall level of performance between one and ten.
The results provide a detailed measure of performance and a gap analysis against the organization's desired level of performance. This becomes the planning basis for improvement during the next period. ISRS seventh and eighth editions are structured with 15 processes embedded in a continuous improvement loop: Leadership Planning and administration Risk evaluation Human resources Compliance assurance Project management Training and competence Communication and promotion Risk control Asset management Contractor management and purchasing Emergency preparedness Learning from events Risk monitoring Results and review.
ISRS consists of 15 key processes, embedded in a continual improvement loop. Each process contains sub processes and questions. Log in Register to create an account Forgot your user name or password? Log in help.
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ISRS is used to assess, improve and demonstrate the health of organizations' business processes. It provides a range of tried, tested and trusted tools and methodologies which form an integrated management system, used to assess, flexibly implement, and benchmark safety and sustainability management in a wide range of industries and organizations. ISRS provides hundreds of companies in the oil and gas, petrochemical, food and beverage, healthcare sectors and many other industries with a ranking of their business processes, based on ten management system aspects, which can be compared to other companies' rankings internationally. With ISRS, businesses can demonstrate management control over multiple types of loss including: process safety, asset integrity, occupational health, occupational safety, environmental, quality, security, knowledge, energy, and social responsibility. The outcome is a new edition, ISRS9, that will provide updated standards and scope, new management system aspects, more efficient business processes plus new and updated software tools. Also included are updates to numerous standards for quality and environmental management, occupational health and safety systems, as well as corporate social responsibility standards.
The history of ISRS
Best practice in safety and sustainability management. Organizations are under increasing scrutiny from stakeholders who expect ever higher standards of safety and sustainability. Satisfying the expectations of regulators, customers, employees and the public can be a matter of business survival. In the current climate, with travel restrictions in place, ensuring and keeping high standards of safety and sustainability does not need to stop. ISRS represents more than 35 years of accumulated best practice experience in safety and sustainability management. Its continued success is testimony to its vision and strong foundation in research. The first edition was developed in by Frank Bird, a safety management pioneer, and based on his research into the causation of 1.