OHS line managers meeting

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OHS line managers meeting

1: OHS line managers meeting January 2019

2: Agenda Ericsson OHS Policy and Zero Tolerance Safety Rules and related training courses News from MELA OHS Update on applicable legal regulation Revision of RF OHS risk assessment record RF OHS update OHS Incident statistic for 2018 Incident Reporting in TIA Tool Where to find more information

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5: Zero Tolerance Rules training

6: OHS INDUCTION COURSE (REVISED VERSION)

7: OHS transformation status

8: MELA OHS major incident reporting process The notification of major incident or fatality shall be started by the: CPM in case of for incident related to projects (DGS or NRO) MSCOO in case of MS contract SDM in case of Service level agreement. (SLA) Line Manager in case of incident non-related to projects/MS contract/ SLA fill in the flash report with the initial data about the occurrence and sent to CU OHS SME lead with copy to MELA OHS Head CU OHS SME lead will check and, if it needed, will complete any missing data in the flash report about the major incident or fatality CU OHS SME lead will send the flash report to predefined receivers (see next slide) involved CPM/MSCOO/line manager (to ensure the communication with customers) The above mentioned activities shall be completed not later than 24 hours the occurrence happen Major incident and fatality shall be recorded in GIRT (Global Incident Reporting Tool) by CPM in case of for incident related to projects (DGS or NRO) MSCOO in case of MS program Line Manager in case of incident non-related to projects/programs once he/she is aware about the occurrence. An internal investigation about the root causes of the incident, driven by one OHS SME within MELA OHS Organization, shall be initiated and completed as soon as possible () indicating root causes and actions to avoid it will happen again. OHS SME will appoint the investigation from relevant areas (sourcing, asp manager, HR, etc. ) Regular updated would be distributed on a weekly basis as a minimum until the investigation is closed and a clear action plan and root cause analysis is defined to predefined receivers (see next slide) involved CPM/MSCOO/line manager Incident Investigation Report, once finalized the investigation shall be: approved by the Head of CU NMSD (for incident related to NRO/MS projects/programs), Head of CU DGS (for incident related to DGS project/programs), or Head of Function at Geography level of involved person (for incident non-related to projects/programs) distributed by the OHS SME responsible for the investigation to the same recipients of the flash report involved CPM/MSCOO/line manager. () In case an official investigation by local authorities is started, the internal investigation will not close until the official one is finished to avoid to have different conclusions about the same occurrence.  

9: EHS New Organisation

10: MELA Occupational Health Safety - Roles & Responsibilities MELA is geographically responsible for work related, occupational, health and safety, not only operationally. This means that MELA is responsible for health and safety at work for all Ericsson employees and vendors in all MELA countries, including the MELA hosted units, like R&D sites and factories. Some exemptions exist. MELA is responsible to fulfil three types of OHS requirements: - Local legal OHS requirements, our minimum OHS requirements - Ericssons customers OHS requirements on Ericsson - Internal (Ericsson) OHS requirements. While certain roles and units in MELA have extraordinary responsibilities regarding OHS towards employees and all other workforce members, also every single employee and workforce member is responsible for their own Occupational Health and Safety and also, in general, in the environment they work or act in on behalf of Ericsson. This may be in- or outside of Ericsson premises (e. g. on the road, on customer site or when working from remote).

11: New OHS MS in RUSSIA C 1 января 2019 г работники смогут получить оплачиваемый выходной для прохождения диспансеризации раз в три года. Для того, чтобы получить такой день, работник должен написать заявление на имя руководителя. Диспансеризация проводится по месту жительства работника, ее организатором является государство. Сотрудники обязаны согласовать день диспансеризации с работодателем заранее. Во всех случаях за работниками сохраняется их трудовой стаж и средняя заработная плата. В 2019 году Минтруд с помощью автоматизированных проверок будет выявлять предприятия, которые не провели Cпецоценку. Директор Департамента условий и охраны труда Минтруда рассказал, будут ли сейчас массово штрафовать организации, которые не успели оценить условия труда на рабочих местах. Минтруд сообщил, что начал разработку проекта об исключении подпункта 3. 2. 2. 4, в котором указана работа на компьютере, из перечня вредных и опасных производственных факторов. По мнению Минтруда, работы на компьютере не являются работами с вредными и опасными условиями труда и не связаны с риском получения производственных травм и профессиональных заболеваний. Поэтому подпункт 3. 2. 2. 4, по которому необходимо проводить предварительные и периодические медосмотры работников, которые работают за компьютером, нужно исключить. Если законопроект примут без изменений и работу за компьютером перестанут считать вредным производственным фактором, то специалистам по охране труда не нужно будет включить соответствующих работников в списки на медосмотры. Кроме того, женщин-офисников не нужно будет освобождать от работы за компьютером или уменьшать время работы за компьютером на период беременности.

12: Revision of RF OHS risk assessment record Risk assessments are conducted to identify the most significant risks in a given work situation. The results provide the basis for preventive actions; the higher the risk, the more important it is that actions are taken to reduce its probability and/or consequence. The results are also critical input to the target setting process for OHS. Risk assessments carried out on a yearly basis in all organizations and for separate projects involved high risk activities. Occupational Health and Safety Risk Management Group Instruction can be found here. RF OHS Risk assessment record The task for all is to review current version and decide whether changes are needed or not. Send your input via mail by Feb 15th to Lusine Ovsepian. After collecting all inputs the final version will be finalized and send for approval.

13: RF OHS update. Incidents status

14: RF OHS update. What is done

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16: MELA OHS leadership, implementation and execution phase

17: Recommended usage method Line manager OHS self-Assessment tool

18: LINE MANAGER – Detailed OHS checklist (1)

19: MELA Best Practices – OHS Ways of working

20: Incident Reporting Tool –(TIA tool, GIRt)

21: Where to find more information

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