The Journey Towards Incident & Injury Free - One Contractor's Experience
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Presentation at AWEA Wind Project Performance & Reliability Workshop 2011

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