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Sample Safety Review 2006 Plan

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This is an example of a presentation I built for a client outlining a safety recovery plan based on a data analysis of their past performance.

This is an example of a presentation I built for a client outlining a safety recovery plan based on a data analysis of their past performance.

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    Sample Safety Review   2006 Plan Sample Safety Review 2006 Plan Presentation Transcript

    • Total Injuries at Project Jan 2005 to date 7 8 13 48 ZERO Lost Time Incidents
    • Company on Major Projects 2005
    • Company on Major Projects 2005 With 52C Plant Start-up “Exposures” removed….
    • Company Hours & Incident Rates Last 2 Years Project MTIFR: 37.9 Rebuild TIFR: 27.33
    • Company Work Hours & Incident Rates Last 2 Years With Plant Start-up “Exposures” removed…. Project Millennium TIFR: 37.9 Suncor 52C Fire Rebuild TIFR: 27.33
    • IMPORTANT FIRST STEPS IN OUR RETURN TO WORLD CLASS SAFETY Oct 6 th : Meeting With Client Oct 14 th : Zero Tolerance Adopted Oct 15 th : Functional Safety Plan Oct 19 th : Aggressive A&D Policy Oct 20 th : Fresh Start / Stand Down Oct 25 th : Safety Incentive Program Nov 24 th : 2 nd Stand Down/Follow-Up Nov 23 rd : 1 st Safety Committee Insp. Nov 14 th : 1 st Safety Committee Mtg. Mar 14 th : “Remember Charlie” Feb 14 th : Internal Audit Start (12 month moving TRIR)
    • Lessons Learned and 2006 Improvement Plan
    • Aggresive Manpower Curve
      • Difficult to identify high-risk workers.
      • Many low-experience workers (many competing projects).
      • New Workers = New Foremen
      IDENTIFYING HIGH-RISK WORKERS LOW EXPERIENCE WORKERS MORE INCIDENTS = MORE INVESTIGATIONS NEW WORKERS = NEW FOREMEN -Intervention Program -Mentor Program -Investigation Training -Foreman Orientation Things To Do: SAFETY INTERVENTION PROGRAM MENTOR PROGRAM CREW DISTRIBUTION SUPERVISOR – INCIDENT INVESTIGATION TRAINING FOREMAN ORIENTATION TRAINING REPORTS BY SUPERVISOR / IDENTIFY TRENDS
    • Aggressive Workday / Break Schedule
      • Fatigue a possible factor.
    • -Revamp New-Hire Orientation: -Additional Focus on F.L.H.A. Process -Charlie Morecraft "Everyone's Responsibility" -Mentor Program Injuries from Hire Date 2005
    • Leadership for Safety Excellence:
      • 60% Currently Trained
      • 84% End of April
      • 100% End of May
      Roles & Responsibilities Incident Investigation Canadian Model A&D WCB Return to Work Supervision Training SHORT TRAINING MODULES
    • 2005 Incident-Specific Lessons Learned
    • SPRAINS / STRAINS 34% -Roll out B.B.S. -Add job rotation to Supervisor Training DEVELOP AND COMMUNICATE SAFE MANUAL MATERIAL HANDLING JHA
      • COMBINED = 50%
      • BULK ARE PRECEDED BY “CRITICAL ERRORS”:
      • EYES ON TASK
      • MIND ON TASK
      • LINE OF FIRE
      • WILL BE ADDRESSED WITH INTRODUCTION OF BBS
      TRAINING WITH FRONT-LINE SUPERVISION: ENSURE ADEQUATE MANPOWER FOR TASKS ENSURE ROTATION OF WORKERS MATERIAL HANDLING 35% BALANCE / TRACTION / GRIP 27% STRUCK BY / AGAINST 23% OVER EXERTION / REPETATIVE STRAIN 15% Things To Do:
    • FOREIGN BODIES 23% -Roll out eye protection campaign in May PRIMARILY IN EYES FIRST INCIDENT REPORTED IN JUNE EYE PROTECTION AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TO BE LAUNCHED IN MAY EDUCATION EXPECTATIONS SUPERVISION WORKERS ACCOUNTABILITY Things To Do:
    • ILLNESS 15% -Build training to roll out before next startup phase. PRIMARILY EXPOSURE ALL INCIDENTS BETWEEN SEPT 22 ND AND OCT 19 TH DURING RAMP UP OF PLANT SHOULD BE ONE TIME ISSUE SIMILAR FUTURE SITUATIONS FORWARD LOOKING EDUCATION WORK WITH CLIENT TO ENSURE WORKFORCE EDUCATED AND PROPER PROTECTIVE MEASURES ARE TAKEN Things To Do: INEXPERIENCED WORKERS
    • 80% OF MEDICAL AID INCIDENTS IN 2005 2 MA IMPROPER USE OF KNIVES 1 MA HANDLING SHARP MATERIALS 1 MA CONTACT WITH UNSHEATHED KNIFE BLADE LACERATIONS 12% CONTACT WITH SHARP EDGE 38% HANDLING SHARP MATERIALS 31% STRUCK BY / AGAINST 15% CONTACT WITH KNIFE BLADE 7% EYES ON TASK / MIND ON TASK / LINE OF FIRE BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY POOR PRACTICE EDUCATION EXPECTATIONS SUPERVISION WORKERS ACCOUNTABILITY
    • -NEW F.L.H.A. CARDS ROLLED OUT -REFOCUS ON INTENT, QUANTITY, AND QUALITY -AVG 70% INCREASE SINCE LATE 2005 Field Level Hazard Assessments
    • A.B.E.A.R. Attitudes & Behaviour Eliminate All Risk FOCUS ON STATES LEADING TO CRITICAL ERRORS (to become) 95% OF ALL INJURIES CAUSED BY SINGLE PERSON
      • Rushing
      • Frustration
      • Fatigue
      • Complacency
      States
      • Eyes not on task
      • Mind not on task
      • Line-of-fire
      • Balance, traction, grip
      Errors (cause) Less Risk (which cause) Major Minor Close Calls Hazards More Risk Major Minor Close Calls Hazards with a Critical Error
      • Safety Awards at Safe Work Hour Milestones
      • Communicate at Hire
      • Has Raised Awareness Toward Small Incidents
      • 2 nd Phase (Specific Act Rewards) Rolling Out Soon
      MILESTONE SAFETY INCENTIVE PROGRAM SAFETY INCENTIVE PROGRAM
      • Identifies workers that have had 2 or more injuries within one year; or 1 incident within the first month.
      • Safety awareness discussion
        • Incident history review
        • Incident frequency projection (“If you continue at this rate…”)
        • Hazard recognition and personal responsibility
        • Increase personal awareness of safety performance
        • Worker-driven action plan
      • Hazard recognition training
      SAFETY INTERVENTION PROGRAM
    • NEW HIRE ORIENTATION INTERVENTION EDUCATION EXPECTATIONS ACCOUNTIBILITY INCENTIVES B.B.S.