Chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response

Guidance on Safety Performance Indicators

 

 

 2 Guidance documents on Safety Performance Indicators (SPIs) have been developed aimed at:

• Industry; and
• Public authorities and communities/public.

They were developed to act as companions to the Guiding Principles.

 

The SPIs serves as a guide for key stakeholders to determine if their implementation of the Guiding Principles has led to improved chemical safety. They should help to determine how successful they have been in developing and implementing appropriate requirements, policies and procedures designed to improve chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response. And to assess whether actions taken to implement these requirements truly lead to continuously improving levels of safety overtime.

They also act as a guide to help stakeholders increase their understanding of SPIs and how to implement SPI programmes.

 

Contact Us

To receive a printed copy of the 2008 Guidance on SPI, please contact ehscont@oecd.org

 

Related Documents

 

Document d'orientation sur les indicateurs de performance en matière de sécurité

Korean Translation of the Guidance on Safety Performance Indicators

Chinese translation of the Guidance on Safety Performance Indicators