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The seventh value asse show The seventh value asse show Presentation Transcript

  • The Seventh Value Phil La Duke O/E Learning Presents…
  • The 6 Values of the World’s Safest Organizations Safety is owned by Operations. Compliance is not enough All injuries are preventable. Safety is a strategic business element. Prevention is more valuable than correction. Safety is everybody’s job. Safety Culture
  • Values
    • Reflect what is truly important to us
    • Keep order in organizations
    • Make the behaviors of others predictable
    • Help us survive
  • The 6 Values of the World’s Safest Organizations Safety is owned by Operations. Compliance is not enough All injuries are preventable. Safety is a strategic business element. Prevention is more valuable than correction. Safety is everybody’s job. Safety Culture
  • All Injuries Are Preventable
    • Injuries are system failures.
    • FMEA and Root Cause Analysis predict system failures.
    • Job Safety Analysis integrated into Standard Work
    • No-blame incident investigation
    • Process variation is actively reduced
  • Sample FMEA
  • Compliance Is Not Enough
    • Industry average is a meaningless and misleading metric.
    • VPP is not seen as an end unto itself
    • Prevention-driven approaches anticipate changes in regulatory requirements and comply before the change is mandatory.
  • Prevention Over Correction
    • Workplace walk-thrus replace behavior observations
    • Hazard Tracking
    • Formalized OJT
    • Mistake proofing
    • Integration of safety into Layer Process Audits
    • Safety Strategy Deployment
  • Safety Is Everyone’s Job
    • Defined in each worker’s job description.
    • Identified as a criteria for successful job performance during annual reviews/compensation.
    • Safety is hardwired into Operations.
  • Safety Is Owned by Operations
    • Legal Liabilities
    • Leadership-driven
    • First-line Accountability for Safety
    • Forced Accountability
    • Safety Personnel as Coaches and Consultants
  • Leading Indicators
  • Sample Scorecard
  • Trend Analysis: Hazards Found
  • Trend Analysis: Injuries
  • Trend Analysis: Hazards & Injuries
  • Safety Is a Strategic Business Element
    • Injuries are inefficient and cost money and productivity.
    • Understanding the true cost of injuries.
      • Obvious costs
      • Hidden costs
    • Policies are reviewed and changed to reflect changes in the business environment.
  • The Seventh Value Safety is owned by Operations. Compliance is not enough All injuries are preventable. Safety is a strategic business element. Prevention is more valuable than correction. Safety is everybody’s job. The absence of injuries does not denote the presence of safety Safety Culture
  • Instilling the Values
    • Sell the value.
    • Model the value
    • Link the value to consequences
  • Putting the Values Into Practice
    • Safety Assessments
    • Incident Prediction and Analysis
    • Hazard Correction
    • Safety Strategy Deployment
    • Continuous Improvement Efforts Focused on Safety
  • Manifes tations of the Seventh Value
    • De-emphasis of the role of behavior in injuries
    • Increase in predictor reporting
    • Predictors outside of traditional safety are considered
    • Emphasis on decreasing severity
    • Safety is seen as a relative term
    • Dissatisfaction with safety record
  • Thank You!
  • Questions?
  • Would like a copy of this presentation?
    • For copies of this presentation contact….
    • Phil La Duke
    • Director, Performance Improvement
    • O/E
    • [email_address]
    • 2125 Butterfield, Suite 200N
    • Troy, MI 48084
    • 248-860-1086
    • www.safety-impact.com
    • www. philladuke . wordpress .com