OSA Resource Library

Below are resources and tools available to support participants as they work to advance personal and process safety within their organizations.  These resources may be filtered by OSA Foundational Area as well as OSA Participant Action. These resources are provided for illustration purposes only and do not amend existing industry standards or establish new standards.  Each company should develop its own approach, and sound business, scientific, engineering, and safety judgment should be used in employing the information contained herein.  


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    Planning Area

    Through Planning area actions, companies improve performance by establishing standard requirements, by instituting high risk identification and evaluations, and by managing change to equipment and operations.

    Leadership Area

    The Leadership area encourages companies to take steps within their organization which establish visible leadership through regular and effective communication and engagement with front line supervision and other members of the onsite workforce.

    OSA Guiding Principles

    OSA guiding principles serve to guide every action taken by the program and its participants, who are working together to drive step-change to eliminate serious injury and fatality events. 

    Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIF)

    A Serious Injury or Fatality (SIF) event is an incident or near miss that results in or has the potential to produce a fatal or life-altering injury or illness. 

    Improvement Area

    The Improvement area encourages companies to take steps to continual improve operations by learning from events and through ongoing evaluation of activities and programs.

    Workforce Area

    The Workforce area focuses on establishing programs that educate, engage and evaluate the workforce on the most critical safety hazards found at their worksites and actions they can take to minimize their exposure.

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