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    • Health and Safety Management Leadership For Line Managers
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Objectives
        • Understand accountability for leading employees for Health and Safety
        • Improve competency in managing the health and safety process for the area you supervise
        • Provide practical guidance to develop effective interaction skills for the health and safety process with your employees
        • Improve the overall health and safety program effectiveness
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • What is Leadership?
        • Leadership is one’s ability to visualize what might be!
        • Communicate it to give direction
        • Initiate action to make it reality
        • Get feedback and measure results
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Leadership is a learned process!!!
      • It has little to do with one’s level of intelligence!
      • Leadership has nothing to do with formal education! Degrees! Social position or political power!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • You can be a Manager and not a Leader.
      • You don’t have to be a manager to be a Leader.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • As a Line Manager, an hourly employee, or a person expected to give supervision over a project, contract job, or other employees.
      • YOU SET THE BENCHMARK for Health and Safety!
      Those who report to you will be on the bench you set!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • What you say and do will be watched by those you supervise!
      • Just like all the other responsibilities you may have: HEALTH and SAFETY IS ON YOUR SHOULDERS!
      • Your Attitude is a predisposition of the human mind to respond to a given set of circumstances! And your employees will respond accordingly!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • To Be A PRO-ACTIVE LEADER for HEALTH and SAFETY
        • Have a “ZERO ACCIDENT” Mentality!
          • This is a basic assumption that accidents do not have to happen!
          • Always be on the LOOKOUT for Health and Safety Problems!
          • These problems turn into accidents!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Take “Responsibility”
        • If an employee could get hurt! You must assume the responsibility that you could have prevented it. Just like the rest of your job! You really are responsible!
      • “ Act to Prevent” an accident before you are told to do so.
      • BE willing to look at all options!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Elements of EFFECTIVE HEALTH and SAFETY LEADERSHIP
        • Safety Leaders take initiative to be pro-active toward a desired goal !!!
          • No Lost Time, 30 Days- no First Aid, Perform special task with no incident, etc.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Health and Safety Leaders provide VISION by focusing on what is possible!
      • We can work here with no accident!
        • Here is where we must do better.
        • This is how we are going to do it!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Health and Safety Leaders must SHARE their VISION.
        • Give it Meaning
        • Give it Direction
      • Health and Safety Leaders must SHOW HOW it is practical!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Health and Safety Leaders give others confidence that the vision can become a reality!
      • Health and Safety Leaders excite others when any progress is made towards the GOAL!!!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • So What are the ELEMENTS of EFFECTIVE HEALTH and SAFETY LEADERSHIP:
        • Take Initiative
        • Provide VISION
        • SHARE VISION
        • SHOW How
        • GIVE Confidence
        • Excite others on progress
        • Get Feedback and Measure Success
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • HOW DO YOU MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP for HEALTH and SAFETY?
        • Give a strong sense of Purpose
        • BE Positive , even when you have an accident.
        • Remember that is why it is called an accident, we did not expect it to happen! So what can we learn!
        • BE Persuasive that we can overcome obstacles
        • BE Persistent -Quitters never win and Winners never quit!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Lunsford’s Four P’s is a LAW OF PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP !
        • Performance for health and safety is assured only when the vision to be attained becomes a clear expectation by the purposeful, positive, persuasive, and persistent actions of the one who empowers others to act.
      • Purposeful, Positive, Persuasive, Persistent
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • In Summary:
        • Who is accountable to be the LEADER for Health and Safety?
          • You are for the employees/contractors you supervise!
      • How do you become EFFECTIVE in the HEALTH and SAFETY LEADERSHIP Area of Responsibility!
        • Mental Attitude
        • Willingness to ACT
        • Provide Vision, Create Expectations, Build bridges of Hope, and Build Trust !
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • So, How can I be Competent to Perform My Health and Safety Responsibilities ?
        • Well this takes time!!!
        • You may be strong in some things and weak in others!
        • Practice all the following and seek to be a better manager!
      • We have eleven steps to be a Competent Leader of Health and Safety for your subordinates !!!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Responsibility
      • Positive Expectations
      • Informed Judgment
      • Conceptualizations
      • Use of Multiple Influence Strategies
      • Influence
      • Conscientious Use of Discipline
      • Effective Communication
      • Planning
      • Initiative
      • Monitor Results
      Eleven Steps to be an Effective Leader for Health and Safety
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Summary of Competency as the Health and Safety Leader of your subordinates
        • As you can see! Health and Safety is just like the rest of your job skills that must be obtained.
        • Give Health and Safety and your Employees More Concern for Health and Safety!
    • Interaction Skills for Health and SAFETY Practice Safety
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Practice Skill #1
        • Safety Tipping
      • How many of us have mom’s that said:
        • Drive careful
        • Take your coat
        • Wear your shoes
        • Come back here
        • Watch your step
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Do you see Mom as giving you harassment ?
      • No-She cared enough to say something!
      • As a supervisor, you should care enough to give safety tips- another good hat to wear!!!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill # 2
        • Promote time spent on appropriate safe behavior!
      • I want you to find a safe way to do this job.
      • Set up a meeting on how to do it safely.
      • Encourage planning safety into the task, first.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill # 3
        • Start meetings with SAFETY FIRST !!!
      • Do not allow the meeting to continue until a good safety discussion is held!
      • This LETS EVERYONE that reports to you know, YOU ARE FOCUSED on HEALTH and SAFETY UNDER YOUR WATCH!
      • It is the only way to make the puzzle whole!!!
      HEALTH & SAFETY Production Quality People Performance
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill # 4
        • Make Safety Contacts Daily
      • Talk to one of your subordinates daily about safety!
      • Have you done your safety observation?
      • Have you had a safety problem today?
      • Can you look at this safety problem and let me know what you think?
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill # 5
        • Reward SAFE behavior and recognize that appropriate discipline must be used when deemed necessary.
      • Verbally give approval for:
        • Good Job for Looking out for safety first.
        • We made it with out incident do to your excellent planning for safety first!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Then, some things must be said like:
        • Numbers are important to me! You have had two accidents in your area.
        • I am concerned for you and those that work with you.
        • I want a plan of how you will prevent any further injury to yourself.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill #6
        • Ask Questions?
      • What are our procedures for doing this safely?
      • What does OSHA say about this?
      • What do our health and safety people think?
      • How can we get hurt?
      • How are we going to prevent an accident?
      • Let everyone know:
        • You follow the book!
        • You do not want someone hurt!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill # 7
        • Listen
      • When someone has a safety issue, YOU MUST LISTEN!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Skill # 8
        • Give answers
      • If you do not give answers… You will not gain respect for your safety concerns.
      • Make good choices and provide an answer.
      • It’s hard to play by yourself.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers Improve the overall Health and Safety Program Effectiveness
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • By providing Health and Safety as part of your job in managing other employees, we will have a better and safer place to work!
      • This increases job satisfaction.
      • Provides for personal gain
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Employees choose to do it safely and limits lost time on production due to injury! Not to mention personal pain suffered by an employee.
      • Improved Communication in all areas.
      • Makes us more efficient.
      • Besides it is the right thing to do! Legally, Morally, and Personally.
      Keep your watch off the skid ramp! What do we get from this?
      • The Bottom Line
        • The leadership characteristics described here can help build self-directed responsibility for health and safety. It’s usually more desirable for people to be self directed rather than other directed, especially when trying to promote health and safety. When people are self directed to perform safely, they don’t need and external accountability system. Plus, they are prone to actively care for the safety and health of others, a key step in achieving a total health and safety culture.
      • You are the key motivator for this direction
    • Are you a Lion or Gazelle?
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 1
        • Have a Sense of Responsibility
          • Your are responsible for the failures and problems of your subordinates.
          • Take action to promote well being for your subordinates.
          • Take it that your reputation is on the line by what your subordinates do for you and others.
          • It is your Family.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 2
        • Positive Expectations
          • Strong conviction that subordinates are a valuable resource. They make or break you!
          • Acknowledge the strengths of your subordinates and assist on their weaknesses.
          • Directly express to your subordinates that they can and will succeed.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 3
        • Informed Judgement
          • Form opinions and make decisions based on facts and available information!
          • Make decisions using data and experience.
          • Be prepared to explain why you chose to NOT DO IT THE WAY a subordinate suggested.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • This is IMPORTANT !
        • It is your decision!
        • You want subordinates to give direction and advice.
        • This is part or your process!
        • A subordinate respects you deciding not to do it their way if you explain why !
        • This builds TRUST and opens the door for discussion because you valued their opinion with an answer!
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 4
        • Conceptualization
          • Interpret the meaning of non verbal cues
          • Identify trends in behavior or patterns that put employees at risk
          • Grasp complex unfamiliar ideas
          • Identify common patterns of repeated old or new situations
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 5
        • Use of Multiple Influence Strategies
          • Establish credibility by expertise or professionalism
          • Model Expected Behavior
          • Influence by appeal to a higher purpose
          • Build relationships for accomplishing the same goals.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 6 - Influence
        • Use symbols to increase morale, loyalty, and sense of belonging!
        • Make public to other areas individual or group outstanding efforts
        • Be visible with your expressed purpose of showing interest, concern and appreciation of safety
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 7 -Conscientious Use of Discipline
        • Enforce disciplinary standards
        • Do not hesitate to exercise disciplinary power when harm to a person, department appears likely.
        • Never ignore a situation
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 8 - Effective Communication
        • Explain why, share information, communicate the purpose of decisions
        • Take steps to ensure that people absorb what is communicated to them
        • Tailor communication for the intended audience
        • Have daily one to one conversation on Safety
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 9 - Planning
        • Plan beyond the demand of the immediate
        • Set priorities on the level of effort to be expended on various safety activities
        • Identify your obstacles and make plan to overcome them
        • Match people with job and skills needed for best performance
        • Develop and action plan to reach the objective.
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 10 - Initiative
        • Introduce new ideas and or new procedures
        • Act quickly or immediately to resolve safety issues
        • Persist in overcoming obstacles
    • Health and Safety Management Leadership-Line Managers
      • Number 11 - Monitor Results
        • Actively observe progress, seek and collect performance information
        • Evaluate plans to activities
        • See the information provided in meetings for safety carry equal weight to the other issues
        • Relentless pursuit of closure or continued improvements