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(1) Safety production rules and regulations (1) Safety production responsibility system;
(2) Safety training and education system;
(3) Safety inspection and hidden danger rectification management system;
(4) Safety inspection maintenance management system;
(5) Safety operation management system (including eight dangerous operations);
(6) Safety management system for hazardous chemicals;
(7) Safety management system for production facilities (can be made into a general system, including special equipment safety management system, construction (construction) material safety management system, electrical safety management system, safety protection facility management system, labor insurance product management system, fire protection And emergency facilities and equipment management systems, monitoring and measuring equipment management systems);
(8) Safety investment guarantee system (safe production cost management system);
(9) Labor protection supplies (with) and health care product distribution management system;
(10) Accident management system (including accident reporting system);
(11) Occupational health management system;
(12) Warehouse and tank area safety management system;
(13) Safety production meeting management system;
(14) Safety management system for highly toxic chemicals;
(15) Safety production reward and punishment management system;
(16) Fire, explosion, dust and antivirus management systems;
(17) Fire management system;
(18) Fire and smoking management system (can be included in the fire and explosion management system);
(19) Management system for special operators.
Other systems:
1. The charter of the Safety Production Committee (Safety Leading Group);
2. Safety responsibility assessment system (should stipulate assessment duties, frequency, methods, standards, rewards and punishments, etc.); (included in the safety performance assessment system)
3. Risk assessment procedures or instructions;
4. Major hazard source management system;
5. Identify and obtain the applicable management system for safety production laws, regulations and standards;
6. The "three simultaneous" management system for the construction project safety facilities;
7. Safety management system for key installations and key parts;
8. Monitoring and measuring equipment management system;
9. Safety demolition and end-of-life management system for production facilities; (incorporated into the safety management system of production facilities)
10. Contractor management system;
11. Supplier management system; (My company is named supplier management program)
12. Change management system;
13. The system for detecting occupational hazards in production workplaces;
14. Safety standardization performance appraisal system;
15. Safety management rules and regulations and operational procedures review and revision management system;
16. Emergency rescue management system.

(2) Safety work desk
1. Production facility accounts (equipment and facilities list, important equipment accounts, special equipment accounts, construction and construction accounts, safety facilities, accounts, monitoring and measuring equipment verification accounts);
among them:
(1) Equipment and equipment list (the column setting should include equipment name, process number, specification model, material, weight, manufacturer, volume, date of manufacture, date of installation, date of production, drawing number, price, etc.)
(2) Important equipment account (the column setting shall include equipment bit number, equipment name, relevant factors for management according to the demand involved (properly toxic chemicals, major hazard sources, important environmental factors, special equipment specifications, related systems) Safety and environmental protection are important to influence the large-scale impact), production management and technical requirements, implementation, etc.);
(3) Special equipment account (the column setting shall include the equipment name, process number, manufacturing unit, factory number, license number, equipment registration code, date of inspection, inspection result, date of review, etc.);
(4) Construction of the building account (the column setting shall include the species name, location, design unit, construction unit, date of completion, design life, floor space, structural form, fire rating, etc.);
(5) Safety facilities ledger (the column setting should include the type, name, location, quantity, responsible person, etc.);
(6) Monitoring and measuring equipment management accounts (including flammable, explosive, toxic and harmful, lightning and anti-static, etc. monitoring and measuring equipment and pressure gauges, thermometers, liquid level gauges, etc., the setting column should include classification, name, installation location, Specification model, measurement range, accuracy grade, number, manufacturing unit, verification period, verification result, retest date, etc.);
2, occupational health protection facilities account (mainly including dust, anti-virus, heatstroke cooling and other facilities, such as showers, eye wash, etc.; column settings should include: type, name, location, calibration, maintenance date, update, Responsible person, etc.);
3, protective first aid appliances account (such as air breathing apparatus, etc., column settings should include the name of the equipment, the use of the unit, storage location, quantity, responsible person, time of collection, use and maintenance, etc.);
4, personal protective equipment distribution account (record release and replacement, etc.);
5. Safety warning sign account (including identification category, identification name, unit, setting location, setting time, quantity, maintenance responsibility, etc.);
6, fire extinguishing equipment ledger (column settings as above);
7. Accident account (including the accident time, accident type, number of casualties, loss size, accident passing, rescue process, accident lessons, "four not let go" treatment, etc.);
8. Hidden danger rectification account (including the hidden danger name, inspection date, cause analysis, rectification measures, planned completion date, rectification person in charge, rectification confirmer, confirmation date, etc.);
9. Safety inspection account (including inspection time, inspection form, inspection object, participants, problems found and handling);
10, various types of operation permit approval account (set up the account according to the type of work);
11. Safety cost extraction and use of accounts (security costs include: perfecting, renovating and maintaining safety equipment, facilities, emergency rescue equipment, equipment and on-site personnel safety protection, safety inspection and evaluation, major hazards, major accident hazard assessment , rectification and monitoring, safety skills training, expenses incurred in emergency drills, etc.);
12. New employee three-level safety education account (including name, gender, date of birth, education level, factory time, workshop or department, type of work, training hours (factory level, workshop, team), test scores [factory level, Workshop, team]);
13. Special operation personnel account (including unit, job type, name, gender, date of birth, education level, professional service age, training unit, assessment results including theory and implementation, time of evidence collection, review time, license number, etc.) .

(3) Security files
1. Major hazard source files (including the name, quantity, nature, location, management personnel, management system, evaluation report, test report, etc.) of the hazardous materials;
2. Major hidden danger files (including major hidden danger assessment reports and technical conclusions, review opinions, hidden danger management plans (five), completion acceptance report);
3. Special equipment files (including original equipment and inspection and maintenance materials, registration certificates, periodic inspection reports, etc.);
4. Employee safety training archives (one person, one file, can be made into employee safety training registration form, including name, identity, training time (start time, end time), training class name, training content, organizer, assessment results, etc. content);
5. Files of key devices and key parts (including the list (name, quantity, nature, location of hazardous substances), management system, safety inspection report, etc.);
6. Contractor's files (including pre-qualification of contractors, selection, confirmation of preparations before contractor's commencement of work, evaluation of contractor's performance, renewal of materials, etc.);
7. Supplier files (including pre-qualification of suppliers, selection, supplier renewal evaluation and frequent identification of risks related to procurement);
8. Chemical files (including 1. Chemical Census Table 2, Chemical Filing Registration Form 3, Unidentified Chemical Identification and Classification Report (if any) 4. Hazardous Chemical Safety Technical Data Sheet and Safety Label 5. Non- Physical and chemical, hazardous data and hazards of dangerous goods);
9. Occupational Health Archives (including 1. Declaration Form for Occupational Disease Hazard Projects, 2. Occupational Health Management System, Operation Rules and Emergency Rescue Plan, 3. Occupational Disease Prevention Work Plan and Implementation Plan, 4. Occupational Hazard Factors Monitoring and Evaluation Results (Report ), 5, occupational disease protection facilities account, 6, laborer personal protective equipment account);
10. Employee health surveillance files (including 1, occupational history of occupational workers and occupational poisoning hazard exposure history, 2. monitoring results of occupational poisoning hazard factors in corresponding workplaces, 3. occupational health check results and treatment, 4, occupational disease diagnosis and treatment, etc. Laborer health information).

(4) Planning and summary
1. The annual safety work plan (the company and all departments should have plans, the company's plan should include a safety investment plan, of course, the safety investment plan can also be listed separately);
2, the annual comprehensive maintenance plan (including safety facilities inspection maintenance plan, the plan should be "five fixed": fixed maintenance program, maintenance personnel, safety measures, maintenance quality, maintenance progress), maintenance program;
3. Safety training education plan (can be listed separately or included in the safety work plan);
4. Annual occupational health control plan (can also be included in the annual safety work plan);
5. Safety inspection plan (After each comprehensive inspection and special inspection, there should be a master plan at the beginning of the year that can be included in the safety work plan);
6, the group activity plan (can be formulated quarterly);
7. Hidden danger rectification plan (plan);
8. The company and all departments should have an annual work summary; after the end of the special safety activities, there should be a summary.

(5) Emergency plans and drills
1. Emergency rescue plan for accidents;
2. Emergency plan for major hazard sources (can be combined with accident emergency rescue plan to make a comprehensive plan and on-site disposal plan);
3. Emergency plan for key equipment and key parts (on-site disposal plan).
The company's emergency plan should be integrated into an organic whole.
The special emergency plan for small companies is best incorporated into the company's comprehensive plan and on-site disposal plan.
4. Emergency plan review records;
5. Proof of the record of the emergency plan (signature of the superior department and the cooperation unit);
6. The emergency instructions should be notified to the society (such as information cards and issuing records);
7. Emergency rescue plan training records;
8. Emergency drill plan;
9. Emergency drill record;
10. Evaluation report on the effectiveness of emergency drills.

(6) Original process records
1. Safety meeting records (an regular meeting of the security committee, regular meeting of security officers, production and operation scheduling meetings, etc.);
2, factory, workshop duty record;
3. The assessment record of the completion of the safety target;
4. Safety responsibility assessment record (safety reward and punishment original record);
5. List of work activities;
6. List of equipment and facilities;
7. Work Hazard Analysis (JHA) and Risk Assessment Form (Record);
8. Safety checklist analysis (SCL) and risk assessment form (record);
(hazard identification and risk assessment checklist or report)
9. List of major risks and control measures;
10. Training records of risk assessment results (organized by the team, can be recorded in the activity record of the team);
11. Annual risk assessment (assessment) and risk control effectiveness review (inspection) records (reports);
12. Periodic inspection (report) records of major hazard sources;
13. Report on major hazard assessments;
14. Monitoring records of major hazard sources;
15. The list of applicable laws and regulations for safety production and other requirements (and updated records);
16. The company applies safety production laws and regulations and other requirements for publicity and training records (also available in meetings and team activities);
17. The company shall apply the safety production laws and regulations and other records required to communicate to relevant parties;
18. Report on compliance with laws, regulations and other requirements (at least once a year);
19. Record of non-conformance reasons and responsibility analysis and rectification implementation status;
20. Regular review records of safety production rules and regulations and operating procedures;
21. Change record of safety training and education plan;
22. Pre-employment training and annual re-education examination (nuclear) records of employees (including management personnel);
23, "four new" training exam (nuclear) records;
24. "Three-level" safety education records for new employees;
25. Record of safety education for the second and third grades of transfer and return to work;
26. Training records for foreign visitors and learners' safety instructions;
27. Safety training records for operators of external construction units (factory level, workshop level);
28. Record of safety activities of the team;
29. Safety training education needs identification records (including all grassroots units);
30. Safety training and education evaluation report (record);
31. Safety personnel management (inspection) records (can be included in the safety officer inspection form, the person in charge of the position to check the records);
32. Safety facility maintenance records;
33, safety valve, pressure gauge calibration record (can be made in the form of a table, pressure gauge calibration record table should include the name, installation location, measurement range, accuracy grade, number, manufacturing unit, calibration date, red line location, etc.; The safety valve calibration record shall include the installation position, safety valve type, working pressure, take-off pressure, return pressure, calibration date, calibration result, next calibration date, etc.);
34. Lightning, anti-static, flammable and toxic gas concentration monitoring and alarm device measurement and verification records (report);
35. Safety interlocking device test maintenance record;
36. Record of safety activities of contractors at key equipment and key parts;
37. Annual safety inspection report of key installations and key parts;
38. The safety production management department shall record the record of the contractor's position;
39. Inspection and maintenance records (including the annual (month) comprehensive maintenance plan and the implementation of the daily inspection maintenance plan);
40. Inspection and maintenance surrender and acceptance form;
41. Relevant management departments (such as the security department) check the inspection site records;
42. Work permit stubs (including moving fire, entering confined space, breaking ground, temporary electricity, blind plugging, breaking, climbing, lifting operations, etc.);
43. Operational risk analysis record (can be combined with the operation record);
44. Safety management (inspection) records of the contractor's construction work site;
45. Record of dangerous chemicals entering and leaving the warehouse;
46. ​​Change (personnel, process, technology, facilities, organization, etc.) application and acceptance form (record);
47. Emergency consulting service duty record;
48. "One book, one sign" training record;
49. The product "one book and one sign" is issued records;
50. Regular inspection records of occupational hazards in the workplace;
51. Periodical inspection and inspection records of labor protection articles (appliances);
52. Emergency rescue and rescue records, and records of the use of protective equipment;
53. Emergency rescue equipment inspection and maintenance records (can be placed in the counter, collected and archived regularly);
54. Safety warning sign identifies the maintenance record;
55. Various safety checklists (records);
56. Notice of rectification of hidden dangers;
57. Hidden danger rectification acceptance and implementation verification record;
58. Safety standardization performance appraisal record.

(7) Other information
1. Safety standardization implementation plan and relevant information for the promotion process;
2. Documented safety production guidelines and objectives;
3. The commitment letter of the principal responsible person of the enterprise (autographed);
4. Responsibility for the annual safety objectives of all levels and personnel of the enterprise (the content is targeted and cannot be uniform);
5. Establish written documents of the Safety Production Committee;
6. Block diagram of the security management network system;
8. The main responsible person and safety production management personnel safety qualification certificate;
9. Special operation personnel and safety training certificate;
10. Standard data for the extraction of security fees;
11. Work injury insurance payment certificate;
12. The "three simultaneous" documents for the construction of production facilities, and the construction of "six-stage" materials and review opinions;
13. Instructions for various alarms and testing instruments;
14. Technical data of safety accessories such as safety valves, pressure gauges, thermometers, and liquid level gauges;
15. Periodic inspection report of special equipment;
16. Safety management agreement for multiple contractors to cross operations (can be written into the contract);
17. Production facility demolition plan, risk assessment and scrap acceptance data;
18. Information on the construction site management of the contractor (incoming certificate management, training and education management, management of various operational activities, construction of labor protection supplies, safety facilities management, safety joint meeting management, safety inspection management, etc.) ;
19. Occupational Hazard Declaration Form;
20. Accident investigation and handling report (including attempted accidents).

(8) Safety checklist
1. Comprehensive inspection at all levels;
2, professional inspection;
3. Seasonal inspection;
4. Holiday check;
5, four no direct assault inspection;

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