The purpose of this paper is to examine courses of actions and implementation in a conceptual framework that outlines and presents a preferred approach in categorising risk strategically and objectively in our organisational enterprise activities. This paper will venture in constructing a reflective consciousness of the existing risk measures taken when developing and implementations of the strategy process of endorsing our company moving to a single Health and Safety System that will provide a standardised robust HSE system that can be embedded at all National BCM Boral operational sites and offices. The project was to develop one safety management system throughout the Company nationally. The strategy piloted 5 different sites incorporating the BCM business units of the Company (Asphalt, Quarries, Concrete and Logistics) in New South Wales incorporating all business units of BCM Boral operations of the company, determining how safety is managed throughout the business. Feedback was required from personnel from these sites to make necessary changes to the system. The implementation of a National safety management system was undertaken in four phases that was used as an outline for evaluating the effectiveness of project implementation.
• Phase one (1) involved planning of OHS National Safety management system.
• Phase two (2) focused on reactive safety management processes.
• Phase three (3) focused on predictive and proactive safety management processes.
• Phase four (4) focused on operational safety assurance.