Seabrook ASSE PDC 2011 Global Safety & Health Briefing

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Presentation by Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH (UK), President, Global Solutions, Inc. at the American Society of Safety Engineers Annual Professional Development Conference. June 2011

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Seabrook ASSE PDC 2011 Global Safety & Health Briefing

  1. 1. 2011 Global Safety & Health Briefing ASSE PDC ChicagoKathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH (UK) Global Solutions, Inc. © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  2. 2. Global Fluency ISO UnifyingManagement Systems
  3. 3. © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc. Source: EtQ Management Consultants
  4. 4. ISO 31000 ISO 26000 © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  5. 5. Context of the Organization Leadership Planning Support Operation Performance More info: Evaluationhttp://ohsas18001expert.com/2011/01/14/high- Improvement level-structure-for-ms-standards/ © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  6. 6. US OHSMS Alignment With other standards ANSI Z10 Revision Status Diagram source: Karn G. Bulsuk (http://blog.bulsuk.com
  7. 7. Drive and Direct Sustainability Reporting© 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  8. 8. © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  9. 9. Lagging Indicators: Days lost, recordable and Restricted case Safety integrated in rates - Supply chain SustainabilityPerformance ReportingLeading Indicators:Haz Indent & Risk Assessment
  10. 10. EmergingChemical Risks 2009
  11. 11. Outsourcing... Poor Knowledge of Risks
  12. 12. Accident Free Maintenancehttp://osha.europa.eu/en/campaigns/hw2010/
  13. 13. Who Owns the Risk?
  14. 14. Hot WorkOperational Processes Risks Confined Cranes Spaces © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  15. 15. LOTO, Confined Space, Respiratory Protection orManaging the Robust Contractor Safety Program Risk RISK EHSRISK OWNER PROGRAM Risk Assessment
  16. 16. China! “If it cannot be done,“If it can be done, it will it will not be done.” be done.” © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  17. 17. Similarities/DifferencesInfrastructure © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  18. 18. 1st Professional Meeting Mr. Huang Yi – Afternoon of Nov. 8, 2010 Chief Engineer & The State Administration of Deputy Director Work Safety (SAWS) - Beijing General Spokesman: Mr. Huang Yi Chief Engineer & Deputy Director GeneralThe State Administrationof Work Safety (SAWS) – Beijing 20
  19. 19. StateAdministrationof Work Safety (SAWS)
  20. 20. “Safety Production”State Run, Privatized &S Multinational Enterprises
  21. 21. Education, legislation & enforcement SAWS Safety Standards, Fines, ShutdownsMINING Focus State Inspections/employee input Down 18% from the previous year. . 2/3 of Electricity in 2009 - 2,631 coal miners China from (7/day) died in 1,616 mine Coal accidents2002 – peak 6,995 deaths © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  22. 22. Some serious growth
  23. 23. And some serious problems Photo by Ethan Arpi
  24. 24. Big timeproblems
  25. 25. China Environmental Law Ministry of Information Industry PHASE IMax Conc Values – Pollution Control Phase II marks Chem in Electronic products, GHS, phasing out of HS
  26. 26. Concept of S&H Business UnderstandingIntegration & Skills
  27. 27. CHINA – Baosteel Group Corp. 26 sq mile site
  28. 28. CHINA – Baosteel Group Corp. Technology & S&H Skills
  29. 29. CHINA – Baosteel Group Corp 2012 60 Million Tons 2010 40 Million Tons Produced
  30. 30. Shanghai Multinational Safety “Safety Culture” EnforcementProfessionals Networking Meeting Knowledge of OSHA Competence: CSP + China Safety Engineer Certification Best Practices
  31. 31. Source: New York Times May 21, 2011© 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  32. 32. China’s Bright Maglev – FuturePudong New District, Shanghai 268 mph 8 minutes! Shanghai Port- Largest Container Port in World BeijingFinancial Street
  33. 33. CHANGE
  34. 34. Global Business Acumen + SHE Knowledge =YOUR SUCCESS
  35. 35. Is China on YOUR Radar Screen? “Once the world has been flattened and the new forms of collaboration made available to more and more people, thewinners will be those who learn “The World is Flat” the habits, processes and skills most quickly.” Thomas Friedman NY Times Columnist © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.
  36. 36. © 2011 Global Solutions, Inc.

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