THE IMPORTANCE OF CRITICAL NON ROUTINE TASKS WHEN THEY ARE NOT DEVELOPED THROUGH CRITICAL TASK ANALYSIS, SKILLS TRAINED, AND DEVELOPED WITH JOB OBSERVATION AND RE-TRAINING AS NEEDED.
THESE TYPES OF TASK PROCEDURES AND WORK MUST BE DEVELOPED WITHIN A TEAM APPROACH TO INCLUDE WORKERS WITHIN THE TASKS, PROCESS MAINTENANCE, CONTROL ROOM OPERATORS, LEADS, SUPERVISORS AND OTHER SPECIFIC KEY PROCESS ENGINEERS AS INDICATED IN ISRS OR OTHER COMPREHENSIVE TYPE LOSS CONTROL SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND AS REQUIRED BY OSHA FOR REGULATORY COMPLIANCE.
In measuring an organizations efforts in controlling loss we need to look at the current organizations own planning, leadership and administration as well as: loss control management training, employee safety and skill training, operational standards and or policies regarding safety, health, security, environmental, quality, accidents and incident reporting, investigations and analysis, high-potential near miss event reporting and investigation, damage Vs. normal wear of equipment, job and task analysis, job and critical task observation, project and engineering loss control, change management, purchasing systems controls, work rules and operating permit systems, focused and general inspections, occupational health and industrial hygiene, personal protective equipment, emergency preparedness, what ifs, drills, response, organization unbiased auditing responsibility and accountability.
When performing unbiased auditing of the above systems the auditor can not give credit for an element or sub-element system that is not fully implemented unless management planning objectives and goals are established with % of completion and implementation to full compliance. However, if an X - O scoring questioning system or similar system is utilized within the question of a standard, policy, element, or sub- element then the X - O must stand as is defined below.