1.1 A description of the means by which the operator's safety policy and specific safety objectives are to be communicated to all persons who are to participate in the implementation of the safety management system.
1.2 The safety policy must include an express commitment to ongoing improvement of all aspects of the safety management system.
2.1 The identification (according to position description and location) of the persons who are to participate in the implementation of the safety management system, and a description of the command structure in which these persons work and of the specific tasks and responsibilities allocated to them.
2.2 A description of the means of ensuring that these persons have the knowledge and skills necessary to enable them to undertake their allocated tasks and discharge their allocated responsibilities, and that they retain such knowledge and skills.
3.1 A description of the procedures and instructions for--(a) the safe operation of plant (including as to inspection and maintenance), and(b) the mechanical integrity of plant, and(c) plant processes, and(d) the control of abnormal operations and emergency shut down or decommissioning.
3.2 Provision of adequate means of achieving isolation of the major hazard facility or any part of the major hazard facility in the event of an emergency.
3.3 Provision of adequate means of gaining access for service and maintenance of the major hazard facility or any part of the major hazard facility.
3.4 A description of the roles of persons and of the interfaces between persons and plant.
3.5 Provision for alarm systems.
4.1 A description of the means by which the operator proposes to comply with the Act and with Division 3 of Part 9.3, Part 9.4 and Part 9.5 of this Regulation.
4.2 In relation to each part of the documented safety management system that describes the means of compliance with a provision of Chapter 9, an annotation or cross-reference identifying the specific provision being complied with.
A description of the procedures for planning modifications to major hazard facilities.
6.1 A statement of the principles, especially the design principles and engineering standards, being used to ensure the safe operation of the major hazard facility.
6.2 A description of any technical standards, whether published or proprietary, being relied on in relation to such principles and standards.
7.1 Performance standards for measuring the effectiveness of the safety management system, that--(a) relate to all aspects of the safety management system, and(b) are sufficiently detailed to ensure that the ability of the operator to ensure the effectiveness of all aspects of the safety management system is apparent from the documentation, and(c) include steps to be taken to continually improve all aspects of the safety management system.
7.2 A description of the way in which these performance standards are to be met.
7.3 Performance indicators for the effectiveness of control measures implemented, including--(a) tests of the effectiveness of the control measures, and(b) indicators of the failure of any control measure, and(c) actions to be taken in reporting any such failure, and(d) other corrective actions to be taken in the event of any such failure.
Provision for the auditing of performance against the performance standards, including the methods, frequency and results of the audit process.