It was not always easy but the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) committee issued the high level structure Annex SL and it will be mandatory for all ISO management system standards going forwrd. It is still based on the plan -do -check -act (PDCA) method, with a slightly revised layout. The structure includes;
2. Normative references
3. Terms and definitions
4. Context of the organization
9. Performance evaluation
So, now your SHERQ system can follow the above 10 points and voilla, all your documents now has a place, a systemic structure, it can be as simple as adding a few paragraphs placed strategically in various documents and you have an integrated system.
Safety and Quality Assessment Series for Road Transporters. Under Management Responsibilities we have Company Policies, Roles and Responsibilities; SHERQ structures and Training. Performance Analysis includes Objectives and Targets; Management Reviews and Internal Audits. Under Risk Management one will find Emergency Preparedness and Response; Behaviour Based Safety and a little on Waste management. Equipment Inspection and Maintenance is a big one with a little on Statutory inspections and management of Measuring equipment. Pillar four deals with Planning and Operations in great detail and in all areas. Security in certain parts of the world is important and for certain high value loads being transport it is of critical importance
TAPA FSR and TSR
Even TAPA Facility Security Regulations and Truck Security Regulations, although a different system and not related to ISO at all, can still be accommodated under the 10 clauses above.
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