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Combining a Safety Management Process with a Safety Framework

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ABSTRACT

A safety document management system, known as a Permit for Work (PFW) system is used commonly in the Power Industry to provide appropriate safety conditions for those working on the generating system. This paper investigates how a safety management process (+PFW) can be combined with a safety framework to enhance system effectiveness to ensure the requirements of users and suppliers can be met. While the paper makes some reference to the power industry, the concept is applicable to the management of systems in other domains.

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D. Black, E. Hull and K. Jackson, "Combining a Safety Management Process with a Safety Framework," Intelligent Information Management, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2010, pp. 233-242. doi: 10.4236/iim.2010.23028.

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