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PABIAC 2012-2014 Strategy

The PABIAC committee has consulted with the 3 industry sectors it represents and following feedback have agreed 5 high level strategic objectives.  All strategic objectives contribute to achieving the HSE //Be Part of the Solution strategy

The aim is to achieve the strategic objectives in a 3 year time span between 1st January 2012 and 31st December 2014.

The 3 PABIAC Industry Sector Committees (ISCs) have produced action plans to translate what the high level strategic objectives mean for them and how they will achieve them during the strategy timescales.

The five high level strategic objectives are as follows:

Objective 1: Near miss reporting

By 31 December 2014 all employers will have in place a system for the management of near misses.  The management system will incorporate the following elements:

The definition of a near miss is:

An unplanned event or situation that could have resulted in injury, illness, damage or loss but did not do so due to chance, corrective action and/or timely intervention.

Objective 2: Accident reduction

This is a 2 part objective:

Objective 3: Occupational health

By 31 December 2014 all employers will have built upon work started with the previous PABIAC strategy in relation to occupational health management.  Target areas for continuous development are:

Objective 4: Working together with strong and active leadership

By 31 December 2014 all employers at a site level will have:

Objective 5: Competence

By 31 December 2014 all employers will have identified the necessary skills and experience for tasks in their organisation and then carried out a skills gap analysis of those tasks.  They will have identified training needs and developed an action plan for implementation.  They will have in place arrangements to check and monitor task performance, reassess competence in key areas and provide appropriate refresher training.

Training includes on the job training, formal qualifications, specific training

Updated: 2012-06-27