Safety Program Overview

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  • The bulk of our business, operations, is split between three divisions. Our fabrication and manufacturing division makes up about 56% of our operations, field services another 24%, and installation division around 20%.We have administrative and financial services that provide a good foundation, good support, for operations activities. They also provide for system:ConsistencyAccuracyIntegrityThe overarching points of focus that impact all divisions and all layers of support are Quality and Safety. These two go hand-in-hand and have a tremendous impact on what we do and how we do it. Safety and quality are emphasized across the business and every level of what we do.
  • Although we won’t have our new EMR numbers until mid-year, we fully expect this number to remain in the neighborhood of .8 With no injuries and no lost time incidents, we also expect 2013 to be another year of outstanding safety performance
  • Our safety management program is comprehensive and detailed, but it is also composed of smaller areas of interest. By focusing on these smaller units we have a better chance at ensuring excellence at a deeper level and making sure the details don’t get lost in the big picture.Our overriding policy relies on a combination of management commitment and employee participation for successWe address Process Safety Information at a site level and rely on strong relationships with our industry partners to achieve excellence by working togetherWe rely on information collected in our process hazard analyses to continuously improve our people, processes, and the tools we use every dayOperations guided by formal procedures ensures product consistency and customer satisfaction as well as the health, safety, and well-being of our employees and those around usWe are totally committed to training our employees as needed to ensure they have the knowledge and skills for the safe and proficient performance of their workWe ensure that we operate as conscientious contractors when working for others and have policies in place to ensure our subcontractors also perform their work to our standards and safelyOur maintenance procedures, for both our own equipment and that that we service for others, are designed to protect the safety and health of the people, as well as the environmentWe strictly adhere to guidelines around non-routine work, tasks that are performed irregularly or perhaps for the first time, in order to minimize the risks they poseWe are still developing aspects of our Management of Change system to ensure that the changes that occur in our workplace, or those that happen around us and impact us, are communicated, reflected in our training, and reflected in the policies and procedures by which we operateOur goal in Incident Investigation is always to identify actual causes and mitigate them in order to make sure they don’t happen againWe utilize formal Emergency Action Plans to make sure that we have people and processes in place to respond to emergencies that might occur minimizing their impact
  • Commitment to safety is found at all levels of management because it is a top-down focus. Making safety a priority at the top means other levels continue the focus.Having a full-time Safety Officer allows for that second set of well-trained eyes to help us ensure safe operations in everything we do.Our industry partnerships are an important part of helping protect our people when they are operating outside of the workplace, in giving us access to a wide range of industry experience and expertise, and in allowing us to identify and implement best practices across the industry to protect our people and those around them as they work.Our safety program encompasses every level of employee and relies on their active participation in daily safety efforts and activities in order to guarantee success. Our people are our most important asset and we are committed to their safety but realize that safety is something we must all do together in order to be successful.
  • Safety Program Overview

    1. 1. 2013-2014 Safety Program Overview Custom Air Products & Services, Inc.
    2. 2. Mission Statement To provide the highest quality cost-effective design, fabrication, installation, and service in the commercial and industrial HVAC industry while supporting the needs of our customers, employees, and the environment.
    3. 3. Company Overview • Established 1996 • CEO—Taylor Norris • President—John Boger • CFO—Bob Love • Vice President—David Wasson • Vice President—Ronnie Voelkel • Vice President, Mechanical Engineer—Larry Novak, P.E. • Safety Director—Robert Covington • QC Manager—Hans Muller • Current Employees—194 full-time, 208 including temps
    4. 4. Organization Overview Business Support: Administrative/Finance Fabrication FAB Installation MFS Service ACS Business Focus: Safety/Quality
    5. 5. Operating Divisions • Design/Build—Fabrication & Manufacturing (FAB) • Engineering/Design Services • Equipment Fabrication & Manufacturing • Electrical Modifications and Custom Controls • Painting & Custom Coatings • Installation—Mechanical Field Services (MFS) • Equipment Installation • Sheet Metal/Piping • Equipment Startup and Commissioning • Service—HVAC & Plumbing Services (ACS) • HVAC Equipment Service, Repair, & Maintenance • Equipment Training Services • IAQ/Duct Cleaning Services
    6. 6. Markets Served • Industrial Customers • DuPont • Dow Chemical • ExxonMobil • Bayer Chemical • BP • Portable/Rental Industry • Aggreko • United Rentals • Carrier • Trane • Bluestream • Custom/Design Build HVAC Solutions • Oil & Gas Drilling • Marine/Offshore • Commercial Buildings
    7. 7. Outstanding Safety Record Year Manhours EMR TRIR LTR 2013 499,784 0.88 0.00 0.00 2012 407,231 0.82 0.00 0.00 2011 390,821 0.85 1.02 0.51 2010 379,420 0.75 1.58 1.58
    8. 8. 0.94 0.89 0.75 0.85 0.82 0.88 0.00 0.20 0.40 0.60 0.80 1.00 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2008-2013 EMR 0.58 1.11 1.58 1.02 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2008-2013 TRIR
    9. 9. CAPS – DuPont Safety Record In the DuPont LaPorte plant, as well as all other Houston area DuPont cluster sites, we are pleased to report: • 7 years of injury-free work (from June 2007) • No Recordables • No First Aids
    10. 10. CAPS Safety Management Program • General Company Policy • Management Commitment • Employee Participation • Process Safety Information (site specific) • Process Hazard Analysis Records • Operating Procedures • Training Plan (craft/safety) • Contracting • Equipment Integrity Maintenance Procedures • Non-routine Work • Management of Change • Incident Investigation • Emergency Action Plan
    11. 11. CAPS’ Keys to Safety Success Management Commitment Full-time Safety Officer Industry Partnerships Active Employee Participation 1 2 3 4
    12. 12. Mechanical Field Services (Installation) Corporate Offices & Parts Distribution Fabrication Workshop & Engineering Offices Electrical & Fabrication • 21 Acres • Over 250,000 ft2 offices & facilities Service Offices

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