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Jan28 Safety Handbook Webinar Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Joel Haight Kathy Seabrook Jeff Camplin Management of Safety Engineering Work
  • 2. Housekeeping
    • Today’s Schedule:
      • 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
    • 0.1 CEUs
    • Questions
      • Please use the Chat Tool to ask questions
    • Session Recording
      • Today’s session is being recorded. All participants will receive a link out to the recording of today’s session after it concludes.
    getting started shortly…
  • 3. Social Network http://greenbook.ning.com /
  • 4. Handbook Webinar Series Managing Safety Engineering Work Joel M. Haight, Ph.D., P.E. Penn State University Joel M. Haight Ph.D., PE Penn State University
  • 5. Managing Safety Engineering Work
    • Safety as a business entity
    • Safety is not a separate entity in and of itself
    • Safety describes how an organization operates
    • What does it mean to engineer safety?
    Joel M. Haight Ph.D., PE Penn State University
  • 6. Managing Safety Engineering Work
    • Safety related aspects of a project
    • Do they have cost?
    • Do they require allocation of resources?
    • Do they require time to complete?
    • It is usually a goal to minimize cost, resource commitment and time.
    Joel M. Haight Ph.D., PE Penn State University
  • 7. Managing Safety Engineering Work
    • Design the safety aspects into the project or the day to day work
    • Engineering economics and budgeting
    • Scheduling (PERT, Gantt, Network development)
    • Routing, resource allocation effectiveness models, etc.
    Joel M. Haight Ph.D., PE Penn State University
  • 8. Managing Safety Engineering Work
    • Leadership - situational
      • Planning
      • Delegating
      • Implementing
      • Auditing
    • Team Building
    • Training and Personnel Development
    • Effectiveness Criteria and Measurement
    Joel M. Haight Ph.D., PE Penn State University
  • 9. Global Safety & Health Issues The ASSE Safety Professional’s Handbook Management Applications: Section 1 Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP (US), CMIOSH (UK) Global Solutions, Inc. [email_address] © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 10. Strategic Knowledge = Success
    • Know your company’s global business environment;
    • Know the leadership reporting matrix at all levels of your organization around the world
    • Know how business gets done within your Company;
    • Know what drives your CEO/company to identify safety and health management as a strategic priority.
    • Alignment
  • 11. Key Safety Leadership Strategies
    • Know your leadership’s business goals, objectives, targets and priorities
      • Survival, growth, brand identity and loyalty, quality, acquisitions, market share, new products/services, governance and transparency, lean manufacturing/Six Sigma, increased production, R&D, supply chain management, sustainability/green company, carbon accounting, domestic, global, distribution, other?
    © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 12. Key Safety Leadership Strategies
    • Know your Business - Globally
      • What is the business environment you are working within?
      • What are the key business risks and challenges?
      • What is on the horizon? Changes?
      • Who manages what?
      • Who reports to whom?
      • What are the business performance metrics?
        • Market cap, revenues, production, expense projections, expansion, core business
      • Who are your competitors? Benchmarking?
    © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 13. Key Global Safety Leadership Strategies
    • Identify who needs to know what (internally & externally)
    • Develop a Global Risk (Safety) Profile
    • Identify and Agree Key Performance Metrics
    • Global Performance Reporting: Dashboards (what and how), key leadership (who), frequency (when), “Teeth” (why)
    • Communications (to whom, relevant, frequency, content, intranet, webinars, meetings, systems, reports, audits, etc)
    © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 14. ALIGNMENT
    • Know your Company’s key business risks – clearly identify and communicate to leadership how worker safety and health risks (global/local) will impact their goals , objectives, targets and priorities.
      • Know the strengths and weaknesses of your global safety management process
    • Develop Effective Global Communication strategies
      • Don’t forget the cultural aspects of communicating: who, what, why where, when and how
    © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 15. Questions vs. Answers
    • Are you asking the right questions?
    • Do you have the knowledge and expertise (internal and external) to develop and implement solutions?
  • 16. Greatest Global Safety Leadership Challenges
    • Leadership Directed
    • Middle Management Implementation
    • Tom Peter’s– “What gets Measured Gets Done”
    © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 17. General Safety Management The ASSE Safety Professional’s Handbook Management Applications: Section 1 Jeffery C. Camplin CPEA, CSP President of Camplin Environmental Services, Inc © 2009 Global Solutions, Inc.
  • 18. Successful Safety Management
    • Involve Everyone
    • Top Management’s Involvement is Key!
    • Evaluate the Organization’s Culture
  • 19. Successful Hazard Abatement
    • Worksite Analysis and Hazard Assessment
    • Implementing a Hierarchy of Controls
    • Continuous Improvement and Auditing
  • 20. Successful Safety Skills
    • Leadership
    • Negotiation Skills
    • Salesmanship
    • Value of the Safety Professional
  • 21. Questions
  • 22. Thank You! Webinar Series