Change Notice No. 1
Procedures and/or mechanisms require that feedback and continuous improvement occur with regard to
chemical management, chemical safety, and pollution prevention.
Lines of Inquiry
Has the facility performed an assessment and gap analysis to identify significant gaps and
deficiencies in its program? Does the facility maintain its corrective action plan up-to-date? Are the
action items prioritized? Have the corrective actions completed been properly closed? Are open
items being pursued according to their priority?
Do post-job critiques and reviews reveal that chemical safety concerns were adequately handled, or if
identified, they were adequately pursued and resolved? Is there evidence showing that lessons
learned are properly used to improve work conditions or performance?
Are assessment results communicated to senior management for their use in making informed
determinations? Do managers routinely use feedback tools, such as performance indicators, reviews,
debriefs, and lessons learned?
Are occurrence reports evaluated for applicability and communicated to the right individuals?
Are suggestions of employees and other professionals used to improve performance?