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Mahmoudi S, Nassiri P, Mohammadfam I. Representation a Framwork for Contractors Selection Via of Health, Safety and Environment. johe. 2016; 3 (3) :9-15
URL: http://johe.umsha.ac.ir/article-1-233-en.html
professor Hamadan Medical Science University , mohammadfam@umsha.ac.ir
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Introduction: Quality and efficiency of health, safety, and environment (HSE) management systems play a vital role in achieving their goals. Considering outputs and objective achievement make continuous improvement of services and products, internal and external customer satisfaction, adopting a systematic way for performing various tasks, system performance and analysis very important. The present study was conducted to construct a proper framework for assessing MAPNA group contractors in terms of their health, safety, and environment performance.  .

Method: In the first step of the study, all documents and literature associated with performance assessment were reviewed. In the second step, using a focus group approach, a basic model for assessing HSE management system was designed. Lastly, the framework was tested and credited on three major contractors of MAPNA group.

Results: The proposed framework was composed of five criteria. The main criteria was the pattern of HSE process implementation which had seven sub-criteria and 120 guiding hints. Moreover, the five criteria were able to assess the organizational capabilities in terms of health, safety, and environment management..

Conclusion: The proposed framework make contractors able to promote their HSE performances by identifying organizational strong and weak points, prioritizing improvement projects, and also monitoring the pace of improvement in achieving organizational excellence..

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