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  1. 1.  Introductions –Your Company Leadership, Your Company Service Managers Why We are Here – “Achieving and Sustaining Safety Excellence” Your Company, Inc. Organization – Who We Are –Your Company Your Company, Inc. HSE Vision – What We Want to Achieve Your Company, Inc. Expectations for Contractors – How we Plan to AchieveSafety Excellence Your Company Sharing of Safety Near Miss Incidents by Service Managers –Learning from Incidents Your Company, Inc. Behavior Based Safety Process – B-Safe – SustainingSafety Excellence Making a Personal Commitment to Achieve and Sustain Safety Excellence –
  2. 2. Vision Statement: The Your Company Team is a premier organization focused on delivering excellence in the areas of health, safety, security, environmental and compliance with a qualified, passionate, innovative and diverse work group that is welcomed by our customers both within the company and outside the company, including local regulators and members of the community. We are personally committed to consistently achieving our goals.Our Guiding Principles Are: To be the leader in HSE performance in our industry and seen as the role model by other companies where:  Our employees are accident free.  Contractors and customers remain safe while working on or visiting our sites.  Your Companys locations are free of all environmental incidents through diligent work practices and and a commitment to responsible behavior.  We do not incur violations by proactively running our business and meeting and/or exceeding agency expectations. To have an effective and collaborative relationship with agency representatives and members of the community where:  We achieve and sustain 100% compliance at all of our sites, all the time.  Our team members are consistently proactive.  Other companies benchmark themselves against Your Companys in order to achieve a similar level of high HSE performance. To contribute to the bottom line of the company where:  Value for the brand is created at our sites through implementation and sustenance of HSE programs and processes.  Budgets are consistently met while delivering superior HSE results.  HSE team members have a Retail business focus and are viewed as an integral member of the Retail team in their market To have a quality work environment that everyone aspires to join where:  There is open and honest communication.  Diversity and inclusiveness are respected and valued.  Our employees enjoy the best pay and benefits  We maintain a mutually effective work-life balance.  Team members are knowledgeable and receive ongoing training in order to be the best in the industry.  A spirit of learning and continuous improvement is fostered among all employees.
  3. 3. Your Companys
  4. 4. Perform all work in a safe manner pursuant to the contractor’s contract with the Your Company and all applicable laws and regulations Workplace Safety is the 1st Priority Unsafe Acts – all employees/workers on-site are authorized to stop work if they believe that it is unsafe, supervisors take next steps. Communicate – Talk with manager or site contact upon arrival and communicate the activity to be performed and address Hazard Communication requirements BSAFE program – required once introduced or equivalent company-specific program
  5. 5.  Cell Phones – No talking in areas where posted or that are adjacent to or in the area where fuel products are present  on or about pump islands,  UDCs,  nozzles,  tank pad containments,  spill buckets,  tanker/vehicle fueling activities Drugs, Alcohol & Firearms – No tolerance policy in place Housekeeping – Jobsites must be kept neat and clean at all times.
  6. 6. Fire extinguishers and  first aid kits must be on- site and easily accessible  Any Hot Work You need a permit .• NO smoking on premises
  7. 7.  Must assign a designated safety representative for entire project who  Will remain on-site during construction activity  Is responsible for contractor compliance with all applicable procedures, site specific safety plan, laws and regulations, facility procedures, etc. OSHA 40 hour HAZWOPER Certified Tech - At least one service technician during construction activity. The certified technician may also be the safety representative. Post sign on the fence listing the contractor’s PPE requirements to enter job site
  8. 8.  Site-specific safety plans  Develop prior to start of any work/work prep  Communicate it to all workers  Confirm workers understand requirements  Must include: ▪ All information deemed necessary by contractor ▪ Requirement for daily tailgate safety meetings - with ALL relevant workers (including subcontractors) to review daily activities and potential safety hazards. ▪ Daily sign in sheets – EVERY person in the job area should be signed in at all times on a daily basis ▪ Discussion of proper PPE to be worn on-site ▪ Process followed by contractor to review site safety plan with all guests/third parties who enter the work site
  9. 9. •Highly Visible Cones - surrounding work area when outdoors Head Protection  Always in an enclosed construction area  All activities with potential for falling objects Eye Protection – Safety glasses (with side shields)  When identified by contractor for a specific task  When in a confined space  When performing work that may create splashing liquids, flying or foreign objects or materials
  10. 10.  Safety Vests – AT ALL TIMES when on the premises, even indoors  Protective Clothing - No tank tops, shorts, etc.•Shoes – Durable workshoes –No tennis, open toed or open backed shoes
  11. 11.  No scaffolding used outdoors Appropriate tools must be used for each task Electrical cords used must have GFI and be UL approved Programs must be in place for maintenance, calibration, inspection, et c. of all work and safety equipment used to perform work
  12. 12.  Required to have process for reporting all workplace Accidents,Injuries & Illnesses that occur on Your Companys property - must be reported to your supervisor and to Your Companys rep immediately once the incident has stabilized Program to require contractor workers to report near misses accidents Contractor is required to immediately report all workplace Health, Safety, Security and Environmental issues or concerns to a Your Companys rep (FE or HSE CC, etc) before beginning or continuing work
  13. 13.  Safe Driving Course - Safety Audit Checklist – make your internal audits simplified and standardized OSHA training for all employees Employee-led safety meetings Accident, Injury or Illness follow-up:  Supervisor goes to hospital/clinic with employee  Root cause analysis of all incidents and major near misses
  14. 14. Behavioral Safety Awareness For Everyone Your Companys
  15. 15.  Current focus on conditions has helped make Your Companys a safe place to work. Need to build on that focus and also look at behaviors in order to get us to the next level and make Your Companys an even safer place to work. Behavioral Safety is the next logical step in the on the path to safety. Most recent incidents in our region have had a behavioral element
  17. 17.  Purpose:  Another way to keep Your Companys sites safe  A way to impact the Safety Pyramid on the bottom level of the pyramid before we get to the top. Barriers:  Employee/Contractor Trust  Fear of Reprisal  Discipline  Yet another program
  18. 18.  B-Safe Roll Out Discussions Near Miss Reporting Self Awareness Cards
  19. 19.  “The Boxes” Thought Processes Level of Awareness Attitude Risk of Injury – Job Type
  20. 20. Beliefs Values LifeExperiences Level of Thought Awareness A Processes HIGH C RIntellectual T E Emotional I S O U Moving LOW L N TInstinctive S S
  21. 21. B-Safe Impact Beliefs Values Life Level ofExperiences Awareness Thinking Thought A Processes Centers Creative C RIntellectual Conscious T E Emotional Sensitive I S O U Automatic Moving L Unaware N TInstinctive S S
  22. 22.  What types of thoughts are going through our minds as we work?  Intellectual: I control the situation  Emotional: The situation controls me  Moving: Moving through the situation as an innocent bystander without any responsibility for the situation.  Instinctual: Responding to the situation at an instinctual level only (e.g. pulling away from something perceived as hot)
  23. 23.  Creative: Exploring and bringing into existence new ideas or direction. Conscious: Being aware of and consciously using all input and ideas. Sensitive: Aware and responsive to what is occurring at the job site. Automatic: Learned behaviors/past practices, operating out of subconscious which does not determine good or bad, right or wrong. Unaware: Totally out of touch with what is happening. In a state of denial.
  24. 24.  Focus: you are focused on the present task.  Concentrating on the job at hand and not getting distracted. Responsibility: you think of yourself as part of a team  Taking responsibility even when a certain task “isn’t my job”? Time: you take the time to do the job right  Not willing to save a few minutes by risking an injury  Managing your time  Prioritizing your tasks (most important to least)
  25. 25.  Strength: you have the strength to do the right thing  Avoid shortcuts and fooling around  Report all injuries, accidents, and near misses  Let others around you know when you witness them commit an unsafe act. Risk: You avoid taking risks whenever you can  Weigh the risks of doing a job a certain way  There’s no way to avoid all risks  Don’t let a tough attitude or misplaced pride lead to accidents
  26. 26. Name a task for each job type: •High Risk/High Frequency •High Risk/Low Frequency •Low Risk/High Frequency •Low Risk/LowFREQUENCY Frequency
  27. 27.  Completed at least once per day if you are on a Your Companys job site Encouraged to fill out a card for each job you perform at a Your Companys site Turn in with your daily paperwork Contractor company will collect, count and pass on to Your Companys HSE Coordinator No records kept Will review any unsafe acts, close calls, good catches section to help prevent in the future. Not punitive, no discipline Participation drawing