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Jeremy Stevenson delivered the presentation at the 2014 Safety in Action Conference Sydney. …

Jeremy Stevenson delivered the presentation at the 2014 Safety in Action Conference Sydney.

The 2014 SIA Sydney Safety Conference at Sydney Olympic Park featured a wide range of practical case studies directly from the organisations involved with developing their health, safety and wellness protocols. Learn from their experiences and take back techniques for the enhancement of your own WHS policy.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://bit.ly/SIASydney14

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  • 1. A CASE FOR IMPROVEMENT Building Your Business Case For Improvement
  • 2. Building your case… • Target audience • FoundaCons for your case • CollaCng the detail • PresenCng the facts • Gaining commitment
  • 3. Know your Audience… • Target audience • MoCvators and drivers • Approach • InformaCon • Triggers • Closing the “sale”
  • 4. FoundaCons for your case… • History – Internal history – External history • Impacts • Risk assessment • Cost of proposed acCon
  • 5. Example 1 • The Issue – Manual handling of cages • The History – No recorded injury • The Impact – PotenCal serious back injury • The Risk – Cost of claim and impact on worker • The Proposal – Light capacity overhead crane • The Cost – Approximately $12 000:00
  • 6. Cost/Benefit Analysis -­‐ ROI • What is the cost to implement? • What is the risk if we don’t? • What is the Risk reducCon if implemented? • Is there any other benefit? • Is the cost to implement jusCfied?
  • 7. Risk Assessment Tool Riskex Risk Score Calculator – free download
  • 8. Cost Benefit Assessment Tool
  • 9. CollaCng the detail… • History supports need for acCon • Risk assessment based on fact • Cost vs Benefit analysis detailed • Case supported by evidence
  • 10. PresenCng the facts… • Report format • Report content • MoCvators and drivers addressed • Case supported by evidence
  • 11. Report Format 1
  • 12. Report Format 2
  • 13. Example 2 • The Issue – IntroducCon of new Welding Helmets • The History – regular “non-­‐compliance” • The Impact – PotenCal injury or fines • The Risk – Loss of work – Customer Confidence • The Proposal – MP9100FX • The Cost – Approximately $1 600:00 each
  • 14. Gaining Commitment… • Know your audience • Timing • PresenCng the informaCon • Ge`ng approval to proceed
  • 15. Thank you E-­‐mail: jeremy_s2011@hotmail.com Linked In: hdp://au.linkedin.com/pub/jeremy-­‐stevenson/35/51/664/