What is Safety, Health and Environmental Management

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  • 1. What is Safety, Health and Environmental Management It’s Doing the Right Thing! R. W. Campbell (1914)
  • 2. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s Doing the Right Thing
      • Keeping People Healthy & Safe
      • Protecting the Environment in which we Live
    • It’s Doing the Right Thing
      • Identifying, understanding & controlling SH&E Risks (Hazards)
      • Understanding that business changes can degrade controls and safeguards
    R.W. Campbell: “We aim at the preservation of the individual..”
  • 3. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s Doing the Right Thing
      • Leadership
        • Actions focused on protecting People
      • SH&E as a Core corporate value
      • An integrated SH&E Management System
        • Aligned with corporate objectives & strategies
        • Risk/Hazard identification, assessment & control
      • SH&E Performance Measurement
      • Achievement of Continuous Improvement
        • Virtual elimination of injury, illness & environmental damage
  • 4. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s Doing The Right Thing! WHY?
      • Successful senior executives tell us they achieve corporate success because SH&E is a Core Value
      • It’s good for individuals & families
      • It’s good for communities & society
      • AND
      • It’s good for Business!
    R.W. Campbell: “..the right way to do things..”
  • 5. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s good for individuals
    • Hydro’s Commitment
      • Eliminate fatal accidents
  • 6. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s good for families
      • Transportation accidents are the number one cause of occupational fatalities in North America
      • Vehicle accidents are also the leading cause of death for children
    • Honda’s Commitment
    • Advanced crash testing
    • Front side airbags with (OPDS)
      • 82% of 2004 models – 100% by 2006
    • Side curtain airbags
      • 64% of 2004 models – 100% by 2006
    • Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
      • 88% of 2004 models – 100% by 2006
    • Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) & rollover sensor
    • Advanced Compatibility Engineering
      • Honda Odyssey and Acura RL for 2005
  • 7. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s good for communities
    • EPCOR’s Commitment
      • Coal plant emissions reduced to the equivalent of a state of the art natural gas plant.
  • 8. What is S,H & E Management?
    • It’s good for society
  • 9. What is S,H & E Management?
    • TransAlta’s Commitment:
      • Manage SH&E risks using a defined & documented management system
      • Meet all SH&E legislation, regulations and applicable requirements
      • Continually improve SH&E performance to contribute to business success
      • Hold leadership accountable for systematically managing SH&E risks
      • Train employees on their SH&E responsibilities
      • Hold employees accountable for following SH&E procedures and working in a manner that safeguards themselves, their co-workers, the public & the environment
      • Encourage communication, consultation & collaboration with employees, customers, suppliers, contractors and public stakeholders
      • Identify and develop new business practices and pollution prevention opportunities as solutions to environmental problems
      • Assess compliance with SH&E legal requirements and conformance to the SH&E management system
      • Audit results and report SH&E performance to the Board of Directors
    Executives systematically manage SH&E risks with a structured & documented management system
  • 10. What is S,H & E Management?
    • Doing the Right Thing
      • It’s Good for Business!
    Exxon Mobil is a sponsor of the R.W. Campbell Award for SH&E Excellence
  • 11. What is S,H & E Management?
    • How do you know when your doing the right thing?
      • You understand your business’s SH&E risks (hazards)…
    … and you control them!
  • 12. What is S,H & E Management?
    • Understanding your business’s SH&E Risks?
    HOW?
  • 13. What is S,H & E Management?
    • Understanding your business’s SH&E Risks?
    Identify Risks What can happen? How can it happen? Consider Energy Forms Establishing a process (policy, procedures, standards) to identify, assess and eliminate or control unacceptable risks or hazards.
  • 14. What is S,H & E Management?
    • Understanding your business’s SH&E Risks?
    Consider Energy Forms Energy Unwanted Flow Injury
  • 15. What is S,H & E Management?
    • G ravitation Energy
      • Working at height
      • Using ladders
      • Construction
  • 16. What is S,H & E Management?
    • E lectrical Energy
      • Installations
      • Repair work
      • In proximity to circuits
  • 17. What is S,H & E Management?
    • M echanical Energy
      • Installations
      • Repair work
      • Receiving & shipping
      • In proximity to moving vehicles
      • Rotating equipment
  • 18. What is S,H & E Management?
    • C hemical Energy
      • Welding
      • Manufacturing
      • Lab testing
      • Spills
      • Emissions
  • 19. What is S,H & E Management?
    • Understanding your business’s SH&E Risks?
    Evaluate Risks Compare against Your standards? Determine Your risk priorities? Analyze Risks Determine existing Controls Determine Determine L ikelihood C onsequences Estimate the Risk Level Risk = L X C X
  • 20. What is S, H & E Management?
    • Analyze and evaluate your business’s SH&E risk controls / barriers?
    Consider Energy Barriers Energy [GEMC] Unwanted Flow Healthy & Safe Design Design Physical Procedural Admin.
  • 21. What is S, H & E Management?
    • Managing your business’s SH&E Risks?
      • Treat your risks
        • Use multiple barriers / controls
        • A single barrier could fail
      • Monitor and review risks
        • Recognize the dynamic nature of operational functions
        • Change is never ending
        • Re-examine if there is change
  • 22. What is S, H & E Management?
    • Treat, Monitor and Review Risks & Controls?
    • HOW?
    • Establish a SH&E Management System!
    CHECK DO ACT PLAN
  • 23. R.W. Campbell Award Criteria for SH&E Management Excellence
    • Leadership
      • Consensus and commitment to SH&E goals
      • Senior executives visibly demonstrate personal commitment
    • Linkage between SH&E performance and productivity
      • SH&E is a Core corporate value
      • SH&E is integrated into the business management system
      • Alignment of SH&E with corporate objectives and strategies
    • SH&E Management System
      • Executives accountable to personally and directly participate
      • Effective communication, consultation & collaboration
      • Systematic risk (hazard) recognition, evaluation and control
      • Operational SH&E programs to manage risks (hazards)
      • Effective competency-building and behaviour re-enforcement
      • Assessments, audits and evaluations
    • Performance Measurements
      • Valid, reliable, comparable leading & lagging indicators
    • SH&E Results
      • Continuous improvement in performance or sustained excellence
  • 24. Key Elements of SH&E Mgmt. System
    • Leadership
      • Organizational consensus and commitment to SH&E goals
      • Senior executives visibly demonstrate personal commitment
      • Defined SH&E goals and objectives
      • SH&E performance is recognized as a key indicator of organizational excellence
    • Linkage between SH&E performance and productivity
      • SH&E is a Core corporate value
      • SH&E is fully and completely integrated into the business management process of the organization
      • Alignment of SH&E with corporate objectives and strategies
      • The discipline necessary for SH&E performance excellence contributes to productivity and financial returns
  • 25. Key Elements of SH&E Mgmt. System
    • SH&E Management System Elements
      • Management
        • Executives accountable to personally and directly participate
        • Appropriate training, authority and accountability for managers and supervisors
        • Sufficient resources to achieve SH&E program objectives
        • Effective communication, consultation & collaboration
        • Assessments, audits and evaluations to identify any gaps in compliance with policy and objectives
      • Operations
        • Systematic risk (hazard) recognition, evaluation and control process
        • Design and engineering to eliminate risks and optimize the interaction of people with machines, equipment & materials
        • Operational SH&E programs to manage risks (hazards) and meet standards (regulatory).
  • 26. Key Elements of SH&E Mgmt. System
    • SH&E Management System Elements
      • Organizational behaviour (Culture)
        • Employee involvement and empowerment
          • increases acceptance and support of efforts
        • Effective competency-building through training and skill development
        • Verification that competency-building activities are achieving the objectives
        • Clear delegation, concise direction and empowerment to create positive attitudes
        • Behaviour reinforcement and coaching to motivate people to support organizational goals
  • 27. Key Elements of SH&E Mgmt. System
    • Performance Measurements
      • Valid, reliable, feasible and comparable
      • Leading indicators
        • JSA, observations, inspections, audits/assessments, & certifications completed
      • Lagging indicators
        • Incident and accident frequency & severity
        • Energy use
    • SH&E Results
      • Continuous improvement in performance or sustained excellence
  • 28. Key Elements of SH&E Mgmt. Executive Leadership Vision & Policy Assessed SH&E Risks/ Hazards Integrated Objectives/ Strategies Integrated Operational SH&E Programs Employee Education, Involvement & Coaching Measurement/ Assessment, Audit Results and Evaluation
  • 29. Senior Manager Leadership Actions!
    • Establish and communicate Your Vision
    • Know your SH&E risks (hazards)
      • Establish a process for risk identification, evaluation and control
    • Establish SH&E objectives & targets
    • Build competencies of employees
    • Hold people accountable
      • Managers for systematically managing risks
      • Employees for following procedures and working in manner that safeguards themselves and others
  • 30. Personal Leadership Actions!
    • Model the behaviours you want exhibited
      • Set personal objectives & targets and ask employees about theirs
      • Start all meetings with a discussion of SH&E
      • Use safety gear where it is required
      • Learn enough to observe work and provide feedback when on-site
      • Intervene if a worker appears to be at risk
    • Personally review the Mgmt. System performance
      • Be part of an assessment or audit
      • Be part of an incident investigation
  • 31. Safety, Health and Environmental Management It’s Leadership & Commitment Do the Right Thing It’s Good for People and Business!