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Managing safety smypc experience agsb
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Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
Managing safety smypc experience agsb
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This presentation was for the Operations Management Cluster "Better SAFE Than Sorry" Safety Forum administered by the Operations Class M08, First Semester 2011. By Engr. Benjamin Gregorio, …

This presentation was for the Operations Management Cluster "Better SAFE Than Sorry" Safety Forum administered by the Operations Class M08, First Semester 2011. By Engr. Benjamin Gregorio, Engineering, Environment and Safety Group Manager of San Miguel Yamamura Packaging Corporation

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  • 1. Forum:  “Be+er  SAFE  Than  Sorry”  Ateneo  Graduate  School  of  Business   19  October  2011  
  • 2. 1. What is SMYPC?•  San  Miguel  Yamamura  Packaging  CorporaJon   (SMYPC)   65% 35%
  • 3. 1.  What is SMYPC ?SMYPC  core  business:    •  Total  Packaging  SoluJons  (TPS)  Packaging  formats:      1.  Glass  containers    2.  Metal  caps  &  aluminum  cans    3.  PlasJc  crates,  pallets,  pails,  tubs  &  tubes    4.  Corrugated  boxes    5.  Laminates    6.  PET  bo+les,  plasJc  caps,  toll  filling  
  • 4. 1. What is SMYPC ?•  SMYPC  manages:    -­‐  16  faciliJes  /plants  in  the  Philippines    -­‐  10  plants  combined  in  China,  Vietnam,   Malaysia,  Indonesia,  and  Australia  
  • 5. 1. What is SMYPC ?GLASS BUSINESS
  • 6. METAL CLOSURES, METAL CANS & PLASTICS BUSINESS
  • 7. METAL CLOSURES, METAL CANS & PLASTICS BUSINESS
  • 8. PAPER & COMPOSITE BUSINESS
  • 9. PAPER & COMPOSITE BUSINESS•  SMYPC Rightpak Plant (Phil.)•  SMY Packaging and Printing Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)•  SMY Woven Products Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)•  SMY Plastic Films Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)•  SMY Packaging Research Centre (Malaysia)
  • 10. PET PACKAGING & BEVERAGE BUSINESS
  • 11. 2. SMC Corporate Safety Policy
  • 12. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  COMPOSITION:    -­‐  Pollu(on  Control  Officers  and  Safety      Officers  of  16  SMYPC  plants  mee(ng  regularly  to  ensure   regulatory  compliance,  and  to  implement  value  adding   pollu(on  preven(on  and  safety  programs.    -­‐  Chair:  selected  annually,  sets  agenda  of  mee(ngs,  co-­‐ presides  council  mee(ngs.  
  • 13. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  COMPOSITION:    Adviser  =  oversees  ac(vi(es  of  the      council,  guides  the  council.    
  • 14. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  LOGO  :  focus  areas  of  council    Green  Cross  =  concern  for    occupa(onal  safety  &  health  Globe  =  environment  we    protect    Water  &  oil  =  resources  we    conserve    
  • 15. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  LOGO  :  focus  areas  of  council    Gear = engineering measures for efficiencySMYPC logo = company valuesHands = employees = Divine Providence
  • 16. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  FUNCTIONS    -­‐  Share  technologies  in  managing      safety  &  environment  for  synergy    -­‐  Benchmark  on  best  prac(ces    -­‐  Conduct  assessments  to  measure  regulatory  compliance,  &   benefits  and  improvements  
  • 17. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  OBJECTIVES    -­‐  To  comply  with  applicable  regulatory      requirements    -­‐  To  build  capacity  to  manage  environment  and  safety    -­‐  To  conduct  assessments  annually  on  each  plant.  
  • 18. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  OPERATING  SYSTEMS      -­‐  Annual  planning  session    -­‐  Calibra(on  workshop  to  set  assessment  criteria    -­‐  Annual  assessments      -­‐  Mee(ngs  to  monitor  progress  of  programs    -­‐  Conduct  of  trainings  
  • 19. 3. Chartera.  Company-­‐wide:  SMYPC  COUNCIL  ON  POLLUTION  PREVENTION,  ENVIRONMENT   AND  SAFETY  (SCOPES)  •  KEY  PERFORMANCE  AREAS      -­‐  Annual  assessment  of  plants    -­‐  Sa(sfactory  conformance  to  minimum  requirements  of   assessment  criteria,  including  regulatory  compliance    -­‐  Benefits  generated  from  implementa(on  of  programs  
  • 20. 3. Charterb.  Plant  Level  Safety  and  Health  CommiQee  •  Chairman ------- Plant Manager•  Secretary ------- Plant Safety Officer•  Members ------- All Managers / Heads All Supervisors Plant Physician/Dentist Plant Nurses
  • 21. 4. Regulatory ComplianceConformance  to  Government  Legisla(ve  Requirements:    Occupa(onal  Safety  and  Health  Standards  (OSHS)    Fire  Code  of  the  Philippines    Na(onal  Building  Code    PSME  Code    Philippine  Electrical  Code    Sanita(on  Code  of  the      Philippines  
  • 22. 4. Regulatory ComplianceSafety  and  Health    Plant  Objec(ves  1.  To maintain safe, healthful and productive work environment.2.  To provide needed safety trainings.3.  To ensure effective fire fighting and first aid capability.4.  To fully comply with all government requirements.5.  To satisfy customers’ safety requirements.6.  To ensure Zero Lost Time Accident.7.  To fulfill OSHAS 18001 requirements.
  • 23. 4. Regulatory ComplianceFire  Figh(ng  Equipment  in  place   Automatic CO2 Suppression Systems In Production Area Automatic Fire Pumps
  • 24. 4. Regulatory ComplianceFire  Figh(ng  Equipment  in  place   Fire  detec(on  systems   &  Fire  ex(nguishers  &  fire   hoses  
  • 25. 4. Regulatory Compliance
  • 26. 4. Regulatory Compliance Acid  Fumes  Concentra(on  
  • 27. 4. Regulatory Compliance Organic  Solvent  Fumes  
  • 28. 4. Regulatory Compliance Noise  Level  
  • 29. 4. Regulatory CompliancePersonnel  Protec(ve  Equipment PPE    Issued  and  Used:   1.  Safety  Shoes     2.  Respirators    (cartridge  type)   3.  Par(culate  Respirators     4.  Ear  muffs/Ear  plugs   5.  Goggles/Spectacles   6.  Rubber  Gloves   7.  Face  Shields  
  • 30. 4. Regulatory Compliance Annual  Medical  /  Physical  Examina(on  
  • 31. 4. Regulatory Compliance
  • 32. 5. Trainings • Supervisors’  Safety  Training   • Basic  Life  Support  –  Cardio  Pulmonary   Resuscita(on    (BLS-­‐CPR)Training     • Pest  Control  Management  Training   • Customer’s  Training   • Safety  in  Working  in  Heights     •  Occupa(onal  Health  &  Safety   Assessment  Scheme  (OHSAS)  Training  
  • 33. 5. Trainings
  • 34. 5. Trainings
  • 35. 5. Trainings
  • 36. 5. Trainings
  • 37. 5. Trainings
  • 38. 6. Annual Assessments=  audits  of  SMYPC  facili(es  in  the  areas  of   safety,  environment,  and  energy   management.  
  • 39. 7. Awareness Campaign•  Safety reminders on big company events: - Annual Business Conference - Annual Technical Forum and Councils’ Day link•  Email Blast: Biz Bitz – link•  Newsletter: Packaging Frontier - link PCAPI - link
  • 40. 7. Awareness Campaign•  Annual SMYPC National Firefighting and First Aid Competitions = showcase of firefighting proficiency and first aid capability of organizational units in the company = enhancing camaraderie & sportsmanship in the midst of a competitive spirit
  • 41. 7. Awareness CampaignAnnual SMYPC National Firefighting and First Aid Competitions
  • 42. 7. Awareness CampaignAnnual SMYPC National Firefighting and First AidCompetitions
  • 43. 7. Awareness CampaignAnnual SMYPC National Firefighting and First Aid Competitions
  • 44. 7. Awareness CampaignAnnual SMYPC National Firefighting and First Aid Competitions
  • 45. 7. Awareness CampaignAnnual SMYPC National Firefighting and First Aid Competitions 2010  Top  Three  Winners*  1.  Davao  Beverage  Packaging  Plant  2.  SMY  Asia,  Cavite  3.  Mandaue  Glass  Plant,  Cebu  *out  of  14  Plants  
  • 46. 8. Recognition•  Safety Milestone Awards (SMILE) •  Dept of Labor & Employment (DOLE) Bureau of Working Conditions (BWC)
  • 47. 8. Recognition•     Award  of  Merit  for  Achieving  Million  Man-­‐Hours  w/o      Lost  Time  Accident    -­‐  Associa(on  of  Safety  Prac((oners  of  the  Phil.,  Inc.    -­‐  Safety  Organiza(on  of  the  Phil.,  Inc.  •   Healthy  Workplace  (DOH,  DOLE,  DILG,  DENR,  SOPI,  ECC)  
  • 48. 8. Recognition
  • 49. All office equipment and electrically operated appliance should beswitched - off and unplugged when not in use and after officehours.
  • 50. All office equipment and electrically operated applianceshould beswitched - off and unplugged when not in use and afteroffice hours.

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