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STARTUP GUIDE TO ISO 39001 ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY,MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. Prepared by Martin Small and Jeanne Breen,Why adopt ISO 39001. ISO 39001 is the template for best practice road traffic safety management in an organizational. context This document provides pointers for organizations wishing to use ISO 39001 to improve. their road safety performance The guide provides a brief introduction to what is involved in. developing and implementing an ISO 39001 road traffic safety management system and encourages. further enquiry and consideration, Preventing death and serious injury in road traffic crashes is a global priority. Death and serious injury in road traffic crashes is a preventable problem imposing an. unacceptably high burden on communities throughout the world. UN Sustainable Development Goals for road safety were agreed in 2015. Organizations can play a key role in improving road safety outcomes in low middle and. high income countries,Addressing a primary occupational safety risk. Road traffic injury is a leading cause of work related death and serious injury. Continual improvement is needed to reduce and ultimately prevent road traffic deaths and. serious injuries, ISO 39001 assists organizations in addressing road traffic injury risk both on the network.
and in the workplace, Successful road injury prevention requires management. Effective road safety management requires a systematic results focused approach. Organizations of all sizes can contribute to addressing global regional and national goals. targets and objectives for road safety, ISO 39001 aligns with the best practice Safe System approach to road safety and the latest. ISO management system standard framework Its best practice road safety focused content. is not found in management system standards on occupational health and safety. Adopting ISO 39001 will bring benefits including, Preventing avoidable death and serious injury in the road traffic system including the. workplace and while commuting, Contributing to better planning design operation and use of the road traffic system. Cutting organizational road crash and incident costs reducing the number of workdays lost. to injury and reducing insurance premiums and repair costs. Demonstrating social responsibility improving organization profile and increasing business. ISO 39001 in practice, ISO 39001 is being promoted globally by leading international organizations.
ISO 39001 is being adopted across the world including by small and medium enterprises. Organizations report a range of positive benefits from adopting ISO 39001. Why do organizations need a road traffic safety management system. Preventing death and serious injury in road traffic. crashes is a global priority, Road traffic injuries are the ninth leading cause of death. globally responsible for over 1 25 million deaths and. tens of millions of people being injured or disabled every. year WHO 2016 To accelerate action to reduce this, burden the United Nations General Assembly declared. a Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011 2020 UN,Sustainable Development Goals include road safety. targets to reduce deaths achieve safe urban transport. and implement sustainable public procurement, practices ISO 39001 addresses the contribution that. can be made by organizations to prevent avoidable, death and serious injury across the road traffic system.
Road traffic injury is a leading cause of work related. death and serious injury, Injuries in road traffic crashes contribute around 50 of. work related deaths on public roads 1 2 These road. safety outcomes are costly but preventable with good. practice road safety management, Safety management systems are widely used by major. corporations to limit organizational exposure to safety. risks and underpin safe aviation maritime and rail. transport operations However organizational management to improve road safety is less evident in. road traffic and in the mainstream of occupational health and safety programs even in the most. active countries in road safety 3,A systematic results focused approach is needed. Road injury prevention requires a clear focus on achieving results meaningful shared responsibility. and systematic management across public and private sectors ISO 39001 assists organizations of. all types and sizes in the road safety management task. ISO 39001 is fully aligned with other ISO management system standards including ISO 9001 Quality. Management Systems and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems While ISO 39001. provides direction on key safety issues and a strong focus on achieving better results for the interim. and long term it does not prescribe specific safety measures These are left for the organization to. determine through safety management processes, ISO 39001 is also fully aligned with the Safe System approach to road safety which is embedded in. the UN Global Plan for Road Safety and the UN Sustainable Development Goals ISO 39001 is. designed to help organizations reduce and ultimately eliminate the incidence and risk of death and. serious injury related to road traffic crashes,The benefits of adopting ISO 39001.
Organizations that implement road safety management systems will be well placed to. Contribute to national and global efforts to prevent death and serious injury in road crashes. Demonstrate organizational commitment to an issue of significant public concern. Address one of the organization s primary occupational safety risks. Cut organizational road crash and incident costs and working days lost to injury. 1 M Small T Bailey and M Lydon 2014 Work Related Road Safety RACV Research Report 14 01 Melbourne. J Breen 2012 updated 2015 Work Related Road Safety European Road Safety Observatory Brussels. Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents 2012 Managing Occupational Road Risk Birmingham. Make the best use of available resources to target safety risks on the road. Promote the organization improve its profile and increase business. Increase competitive advantage in tendering processes. Reduce insurance premiums and repair bills,The Safe System approach. The ultimate goal under the Safe System approach goal is to eliminate road fatalities and serious. injuries supported in the interim by periodic quantitative targets to reduce deaths and serious. injuries as well as those factors that are causally linked to them. Safe System intervention addresses all elements of the road traffic system and their linkages road. infrastructure vehicles the emergency medical system and road users ISO 39001 provides a. management tool to ensure the best possible results from these endeavors. Inspired by the reframing of road safety as a societal health issue in the best performing countries. the core of the Safe System approach is the design and management of a road traffic system better. able to accommodate human error and recognize the physical vulnerabilities of road users This is. primarily through managing crash energy so that no individual road user is exposed to crash forces. likely to result in death or serious injury, ISO 39001 is a member of ISO s family of management system standards. ISO 39001 assists organizations in integrating road safety as a. core objective into their management systems As one of a family. of ISO management system standards it is based on the latest. common management standard framework developed by ISO Plan Do. and a Plan Do Check and Act process, The road safety management system can be integrated with the. general management system of an organization and with several. parallel disciplines of management system standards e g ISO Act Check. 9001 Quality and ISO 14001 Environment Organizations that. already hold certification to these will find it easier to establish a. road traffic safety specific component to their existing. management system as well as offer added benefit from the. unique elements provided by ISO 39001 that are not covered by. any other ISO management system standard,The road map to implementing ISO 39001. In broad terms an organization seeking certification to ISO 39001 or following this proven method. for developing a safety management system before considering certification would undertake the. following six steps of a basic plan do check act model for continuous improvement 4. 4 This section draws upon Annex A of ISO39001 2012 and guidance prepared in M Small S Job R Excell C Sakashita 2015 Safety. Management Systems for Road Agencies ISO 39001 and the Next Step Towards a Safe Road Transport System Austroads Research. Report AP 496 15 Sydney,Step 1 Step 5 Step 6,Step 2 Step 3 Step 4.
Scope Monitoring Continual,Leadership Planning Implementation Improvement to. Context Evaluation,Elimination of,Serious Injury,Step 1 Scope and context. Identify the impact the organization can have on road traffic safety RTS map that impact across. interested parties and determine the organizational scope of an RTS management system refer. clause 4 of ISO 39001, The standard requires the organization to commit to the long term goal of the eventual elimination. of death and serious injury resulting from road traffic crashes while allowing it to determine the scope. of the management system that it puts in place, The scope of the management system is best determined by first considering the following activities. that have an impact on road user safety, Employees use of the road traffic system to and from work or on duty.
Goods and passenger transport in the road traffic system carried out by the organization or. contracted to other organizations, Activities that generate traffic to and from locations controlled or influenced by the. organization such as supermarkets schools and locations with many visitors. Service delivery and products for the road traffic system such as road or vehicle construction. or maintenance as well as activities such as emergency trauma response or enforcement. Each of these activities can involve an organization in increasing the risk of fatality or serious injury. on the road network or on its premises or reducing this risk Interested parties need to be engaged. during this process as they are likely to need to play a role in implementation. Step 2 Leadership, Establish leadership commitment by adopting a long term vision to eliminate death and serious. injury and providing resources to establish implement maintain and continually improve the RTS. management system towards these ends Establish document and communicate RTS policy. and assign organizational responsibilities refer clause 5 of ISO 39001. ISO 39001 requires top management of the organization to demonstrate leadership and commitment. in a variety of ways including, Adopting the elimination of death and serious injury in road traffic crashes as the long term. RTS objective as well as deciding on the RTS results to be achieved in the interim. Working in partnership and collaboration with interested parties to develop a safe road traffic. system to achieve the established RTS objective s, Communicating the importance of effective RTS management and conforming to the RTS. management system requirements, Nominating and allocating the human and financial resources to establish implement.
maintain and continually improve the RTS management system. Another key leadership aspect is the need to prepare a succinct policy statement that reflects the. commitment of top management to the elimination of death and serious injuries and to continuous. improvement of the management system The policy becomes a guiding document for developing. objectives and targets and mobilizing the resources needed for their delivery. Step 3 Planning, Determine risks and opportunities through assessment of current performance and identify the. RTS performance factors that are relevant to the agency Set objectives and targets for each. performance factor and develop action plans refer clause 6 of ISO 39001. A defining feature of ISO 39001 is the identification of safety performance factors that the. organization must consider when developing its objectives and targets There are three sets of safety. performance factors specified in the standard, Risk exposure factors for example traffic volume on the road network by different user. groups including vulnerable users pedestrians cyclists and motorcyclists. Final safety outcome factors for example the number of deaths or serious injuries on the. road network, Intermediate safety outcome factors those factors having an evidential base that links their. improvement with improved safety,Intermediate safety outcomes. While risk exposure factors and final safety outcome factors need to be continually monitored. intermediate safety outcome factors which are causally linked to the final safety outcome factors. need the most attention This is because they provide the best means of assessing the underlying. level of safety rather than relying on relatively rare instances of crashes or injuries Typical. intermediate outcomes or safety performance indicators that are targeted and or monitored in. successful road safety work include,Average mean speed or levels of excess speed.
Levels of use of seat belts child restraints and crash helmets. Levels of sober driving, Safety ratings of the road network using iRAP scores. Safety ratings of the vehicle fleet using NCAP ratings. STARTUP GUIDE TO ISO 39001 ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Prepared by Martin Small and Jeanne Breen Why adopt ISO 39001 ISO 39001 is the template for best practice road traffic safety management in an organizational

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