The Journey Towards Incident & Injury Free - One Contractor's Experience

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The Journey Towards Incident & Injury Free - One Contractor's Experience

  1. 1. Power to Provide a World of Services<br />Creating an Incident & Injury Free Work Environment<br />
  2. 2. Preparing an Organization forthe Possibility of:Incident & Injury FreeEvery Hour, Every Day!<br />You must have a vision of the future you want to create and then share that future with others.<br />
  3. 3. Situation<br /><ul><li>The Company Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) had risen to 10 - 12. National Ave. = 4.5
  4. 4. Workers’ Compensation Experience Modification Rate/Factor (EMR/EMF) was 1.10 (Ave. = 1.0)
  5. 5. Lots of Employees and Subcontractors were getting hurt on each outage.
  6. 6. Customers were turning down bids based on the Poor Safety Record.
  7. 7. Self-Insured and lots of $$$$ being spent on Workers’ Compensation Claims.</li></li></ul><li>Why?<br /><ul><li>The Safety Programs, Procedures and Metrics were in place, and need to be in place.
  8. 8. But - Safety really isn’t all about Programs , Procedures or Numbers – It’s About People!
  9. 9. The Focus of Leadership needs to Remain on the People! </li></ul>.<br />
  10. 10. Major Steps<br /><ul><li>Foster the understanding throughout the organization that the Mind-Set - WAS THE PROBLEM!
  11. 11. Clarify the process for management, and develop the critical success factors required prior to the start of the Incident & Injury Free Process.
  12. 12. Develop & implement the actions used to prepare the organization for the Incident & Injury Free Journey.
  13. 13. Plan, implement and sustain the three levels of training used throughout the process.</li></li></ul><li>Critical Success Factors<br /><ul><li>Top level of Management must be Fully Committed to the Process
  14. 14. Requires a Personal Commitment from the CEO/President & Top Levels of Management
  15. 15. Resources must be allocated:
  16. 16. Actions – Speak Louder than Words
  17. 17. Time – Safety must be a Value
  18. 18. Money – Return on Investment 10 to 1
  19. 19. Informal & Formal Employee Leaders must be Recruited and buy-in to the Need</li></ul>.<br />
  20. 20. Process<br /><ul><li>The Organization must be ready to receive the Message
  21. 21. The message is developed & delivered by conducting a Perception Survey which includes:
  22. 22. Management Team Members
  23. 23. Customers
  24. 24. Employees
  25. 25. The Results are Consolidated and Shared with all Stakeholders.
  26. 26. Training Seminars are then Implemented for the various levels of stakeholders.</li></ul>.<br />
  27. 27.
  28. 28. Impacts<br /><ul><li>TRIR = 10 in 2003, Currently YTD is 1.75.
  29. 29. Customers - Greater Ability to Bid & Confidence Level of our Customers to Perform & Manage Subcontractors.
  30. 30. Employee – Morale is High, Employees taking care of Safety, Quality and Production without Coercive Tactics.
  31. 31. Safety Organization - Proud to be reaching new levels of Incident & Injury Free performance across the Company.
  32. 32. Personal – Very Satisfied with Job and Supportive Work Environment.</li></li></ul><li>Commitment to Injury Free<br />Connect<br />Convey<br />Convince <br />Get Commitment<br />.<br />.<br />
  33. 33. “Putting People Into The Safety Process”<br />For additional information <br />call a PNS representative at 281.379.1796 or email:<br /> info@peoplensafety.com<br />or visit our website at www.peoplensafety.com<br />

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