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  • 1. HSE Management Action Plan By Heriberto “Eddie” Garcia
  • 2. The Incident Triangle Over 96% of Incidents are caused by People The facts and reality of the workforce culture’s consequences of unsafe actions and condition Fatality or Serious Injury Injuries (Non-Disabling) First Aid and Near Miss Unsafe Actions and Conditions 1 30 300 30,000 Figure 1: Accident Triangle Heinrich Theory
  • 3. Un Managed Practices of Unsafe acts & Unsafe conditions 96% / 4 % The Causes of Injuries Fatalities Lost Time Injuries Medical Treatment First-aid Cases
  • 4. Improving Corporate Responsibility via HSE DISASTER
    • I will Conduct Risk Gap analysis.
    • I will Identify the hazard thru JSA.
    • I will Identify barriers and implement controls
    Hazard/ Risk Accident WORK Barriers or Controls Violation Error + =
  • 5.
    • My Objectives:
    • Manage hazards & effects to H,S & E in a structured way
    • Set performance standards for managing HSE
    • Continuous improvement via monitoring, reviews and audits
    • What are the Impact of HSE-MS on Corporate Responsibility:
    • Prevent injury to people, safeguard health and environment
    • Reputation
    • Implementing & Training HSE-MS:
    • Improve workforce understanding of HSE-MS
    • Link Hazard Management to Activity
    • Understand “What it means to Me”
    HSE Management System
  • 6. HSE Management System Implement the Deming’s PDCA Cycle
  • 7. Leadership and Commitment Policy and Strategic Objectives Management Review Audit Organisation, Responsibilities Standards, Procedures and Document Control Monitoring Planning Hazards and Effects Management Process Implementation Corrective Action Informed Involvement Review Set Targets Benchmark Assign Responsibilities Document Resources Train people Execute Measure performance Audit Obtain feedback Evaluate employees perf. Communicate performance Follow-up Audit Findings Reward/correct employees Repeat PLAN Plan Do Check Act HSE-MS is about People
  • 8.
    • Understanding your culture 
    • Implementing HSE MS 
    • Managing Rule Breaking 
    • Risk Assessment Matrix 
    • Improving Supervision
    • Making Change Last
    • Seeing – as others see you
    • Safety Climate / Workforce involvement
    • Behavior Base Safely
    • Achieving situation awareness bia safety Alerts
    How : HSE & Quality Tools :
  • 9.
    • Develop and Implement HSE Management System
    • Demonstrate Leadership & Commitment
    • Effective Workforce Engagement
    • Evaluate HSE Culture of the organisation
    • Convince and Empower workforce to work SAFELY
    • Recognise good performance
    Key Steps for improving Corporate Responsibility
  • 10. Planning for Health & Safety Management
    • Planning for HSE involves:
    • Identifying requirements for the system -
    • what needs to be done
    • Setting clear performance criteria -
    • what is to be done
    • Identifying who is responsible -
    • who gets it done
    • Setting time scales -
    • when it should be done by
    • Identifying the desired outcome -
    • what should be the result
  • 11. He who does not learn from the mistake of others is bound to repeat them CONTINUE IMPROVEMENT