1 Graduate Faculty of Environment, University of Tehran, P.O.Box 14155-6135, Tehran, Iran

2 Petro Imen Sharif Co., No.15, Fatemi Street, Tehran, Iran

3 Department of the Environment, Center for Air and Climate Change, Hakim Highway, Tehran, Iran

4 Municipality of Tehran, Shahr-e-Salem Company, Resalat Highway, Tehran, Iran


Today many of wide scope and famous organizations design and develop HSE models to achieve a more suitable HSE management system for their own purposes. To implement such models some requirements should be considered in line with defined goals and missions. The present study was carried out in order to achieve the HSE management system for children and adolescents in education and training centers. This study was conducted in two phases, namely identification and assessment/ documentation. The study was carried out in districts one, four, six, seven and eight of Tehran municipality during eighteen months. The employer was Tehran Shahr-e-salem Company (Healthy City) and the contractor was the faculty of environment, University of Tehran. As the final result of study, based on initial data and by holding brainstorming meetings, the final citizenship HSE model was constructed in five panels: Management responsibility and commitment, Infrastructures and resources management and documentation, Planning, HSE operations management and Monitoring, analysis and improvement. This model was designed by consideration of existing capacities and with the goal of being responsive to all stakeholders (service provider, recipients of services and others).


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