Leadership and Change Management
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Regulatory Inspectors need businesses to demonstrate that they evidence the best ways to lead and promote health and safety and therefore meet its legal obligations – especially within the primary process safety legislation of the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations This can be an internal or external resource.
Board Members, Directors and Leaders responsible for the safe operations of Assets, People, Systems and the Environment.
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Leadership is becoming increasingly important within industry and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are keen to improve this in 2022. From recent major hazard leadership inspections, an outcome observation is that it is:
Essential for senior leaders of major hazard sites to undertake the Process Safety Leadership training and to have at least one person on the Board who is accountable for, and takes responsibility of championing Process Safety Management
Amanda Cockton, HM Inspector of Health and Safety I Strategy Unit | Chemicals, Explosives & Microbiological Hazards Division
Definition by the HSE Competent Authority on why Leadership is Important
Effective health and safety performance comes from the top; members of the board have both collective and individual responsibility for health and safety. Directors and boards need to examine their own behaviours, both individually and collectively, against the guidance given – and, where they see that they fall short of the standards it sets them, to change what they do to become more effective leaders in health and safety.
Why directors and board members need to act