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Vosoughi S, Dana T, Serajzadeh N. Providing management system audit HSE-MS pattern for printing using ANP and DEMATEL model with emphasis on assessment methods of D & S and MISHA and OGP. ioh. 2015; 12 (3) :1-14
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Ph.D.Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Health, safety and Environment, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.Corresponding Email: shahram-vosoughi@sbmu.ac.ir , Email: shahram-vosoughi@sbmu.ac.ir
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  Background and aims: one of the most important elements in the HSE-MS quality management system is “Audit”. Audit is the conformity of the subject with the standard requirements and regulations. The goal of this research is to design an audit procedure for health, safety and environmental quality management system based on HSE-MS in the field of printing industry considering its special condition and requirements.

  Methods: Considering the importance of audit methods and related results, in this study we have analyzed and investigated the weakness and strengths of three major methods of Auditing (D&S ,MISHA,OGP)and based on this we have developed and designed an audit method for print industry (AMPI) with five major criteria and twenty five sub criteria. Afterward the criteria were tested and weighted using ANP and DEMATEL methods with 15 questionnaires filled by field specialists, which later were analyzed by “super decision” software.

  Results: the output results from “super decision” software shows that the indicator of “management and commitment” with the normal weight of 0.249 has the highest priority, “risk management” indicator with normal weight of 0.237 is the second, “performance Monitoring” with normal weight of 0.196 is the third and “personnel Management” with normal weight of 0.164 is the forth, and “workplace technology” with normal weight of 0.153 is the fifth indicator. The effectiveness “showed by D” of management and commitment has the highest value compared to the other indicators.

  Conclusion: results of this research showed that the most important and effective indicator in the field of auditing the health, safety and environment quality management system in print industry is the indicator of “management and commitment”, and by implementing effective methods of management and commitment we can achieve standards more successfully in the field of auditing.


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Type of Study: Research | Subject: HSE
Received: 2014/08/26 | Accepted: 2015/02/9 | Published: 2015/07/29

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