Simon Holmes Presents…Simon Holmes Presents…
Behavioural SafetyBehavioural Safety
ProgramProgram
What Will We Be Covering?What Will We Be Covering?
 Effective SHE managementEffective SHE management
 What is a behaviou...
Key Factors For Effective SHEKey Factors For Effective SHE
ManagementManagement
Standards
Procedures Communication
Risk
As...
Not Operating Excavator As PerNot Operating Excavator As Per
Safe Systems Of WorkSafe Systems Of Work
What Is A Behavioural SafetyWhat Is A Behavioural Safety
Programme?Programme?
‘‘A behavioural safety programme isA behavio...
Achieving SHE ImprovementAchieving SHE Improvement
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p
r
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v
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m
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Time
PLANT & EQUIPMENT
e.g. Hazard Studies, PHR,
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ACTION PLANACTION PLAN
Are We Ready?Are We Ready?
 Interview managementInterview management
•
CommitmentCommitment
•
BudgetBudget
•
TrustTrust
•...
Staff Buy-inStaff Buy-in
 Lead by example –Lead by example – Don’t expect staff toDon’t expect staff to
change their beha...
Workshop PlanWorkshop Plan
 Interactive, enjoyable workshopInteractive, enjoyable workshop
 Individuals explore the bala...
Select A Driving TeamSelect A Driving Team
 Identify a process driver for each areaIdentify a process driver for each are...
TrainingTraining
 Identify volunteers/key personnel who willIdentify volunteers/key personnel who will
be driving the pro...
Critical BehavioursCritical Behaviours
Prepare a critical behaviour list byPrepare a critical behaviour list by
researchin...
Preliminary Critical Behaviour ListPreliminary Critical Behaviour List
 Separate waste for recycling purposes (houseSepar...
Establish BaselineEstablish Baseline
Analyse data for lost time injuries, nearAnalyse data for lost time injuries, near
mi...
Observation Process –Observation Process – Keep TheKeep The
Programme AliveProgramme Alive
 Staff self observation (obser...
SummarySummary
 Assess cultural readinessAssess cultural readiness
 Gain management and workforce supportGain management...
The BenefitsThe Benefits
 Improved safety cultureImproved safety culture
 Motivates staff to take personalMotivates staf...
QuestionsQuestions
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  1. 1. Simon Holmes Presents…Simon Holmes Presents…
  2. 2. Behavioural SafetyBehavioural Safety ProgramProgram
  3. 3. What Will We Be Covering?What Will We Be Covering?  Effective SHE managementEffective SHE management  What is a behavioural safety programme?What is a behavioural safety programme?  Seven stage action planSeven stage action plan  SummarySummary  The benefitsThe benefits  QuestionsQuestions
  4. 4. Key Factors For Effective SHEKey Factors For Effective SHE ManagementManagement Standards Procedures Communication Risk Assessments Engineering Controls Policies Audits People
  5. 5. Not Operating Excavator As PerNot Operating Excavator As Per Safe Systems Of WorkSafe Systems Of Work
  6. 6. What Is A Behavioural SafetyWhat Is A Behavioural Safety Programme?Programme? ‘‘A behavioural safety programme isA behavioural safety programme is designed to modify peoples behaviourdesigned to modify peoples behaviour whilst working, leading to improved safetywhilst working, leading to improved safety culture and performance’culture and performance’ Behaviour ModificationBehaviour Modification Positive Negative
  7. 7. Achieving SHE ImprovementAchieving SHE Improvement I m p r o v e m e n t Time PLANT & EQUIPMENT e.g. Hazard Studies, PHR, SHE Critical Equipment, Plant Mods., Guarding PROCEDURES & SYSTEMS e.g. SOPs, Risk Assessments Spillage procedures CULTURE & BEHAVIOUR e.g. Involvement, training, recognition, ownership Continuous Improvement
  8. 8. ACTION PLANACTION PLAN
  9. 9. Are We Ready?Are We Ready?  Interview managementInterview management • CommitmentCommitment • BudgetBudget • TrustTrust • CommunicationCommunication • Health and safety committeeHealth and safety committee  Interview frontline workforceInterview frontline workforce • Attitude towards HSEAttitude towards HSE • CommunicationCommunication • Adaptability (Training?)Adaptability (Training?) • Volunteers?Volunteers?
  10. 10. Staff Buy-inStaff Buy-in  Lead by example –Lead by example – Don’t expect staff toDon’t expect staff to change their behaviour until they see youchange their behaviour until they see you change yours!change yours!  Get everyone involved –Get everyone involved – Health and safetyHealth and safety is everyone's responsibility!is everyone's responsibility! Newsletters, competitions, prizes, scoreNewsletters, competitions, prizes, score boards and workshopsboards and workshops
  11. 11. Workshop PlanWorkshop Plan  Interactive, enjoyable workshopInteractive, enjoyable workshop  Individuals explore the balance between benefits andIndividuals explore the balance between benefits and consequencesconsequences  Allows staff to realise that safety benefits them asAllows staff to realise that safety benefits them as individualsindividuals  Helps towards making people behave safely instinctivelyHelps towards making people behave safely instinctively Consequences Benefit
  12. 12. Select A Driving TeamSelect A Driving Team  Identify a process driver for each areaIdentify a process driver for each area (e.g. Line managers)(e.g. Line managers) • to ensure effective implementationto ensure effective implementation • to encourage active workforce involvementto encourage active workforce involvement • to measure the success of the projectto measure the success of the project (observers)(observers)
  13. 13. TrainingTraining  Identify volunteers/key personnel who willIdentify volunteers/key personnel who will be driving the programme forwardbe driving the programme forward  Assess whether in-house training isAssess whether in-house training is possible (budget control)possible (budget control)  Assess exact training requirements i.e.Assess exact training requirements i.e. observation training, identifying criticalobservation training, identifying critical safety behaviours and staff motivation!safety behaviours and staff motivation!
  14. 14. Critical BehavioursCritical Behaviours Prepare a critical behaviour list byPrepare a critical behaviour list by researching the company’s riskresearching the company’s risk assessments, accident investigationassessments, accident investigation reports and most importantly talkingreports and most importantly talking to the staff.to the staff.
  15. 15. Preliminary Critical Behaviour ListPreliminary Critical Behaviour List  Separate waste for recycling purposes (houseSeparate waste for recycling purposes (house keeping)keeping)  Wear hard-hats whilst working in the warehouseWear hard-hats whilst working in the warehouse  Wear dust masks whilst working with hazardousWear dust masks whilst working with hazardous chemicalschemicals  Workers not to climb on storage shelvingWorkers not to climb on storage shelving  Must use spill tray during Dettol tank changeoverMust use spill tray during Dettol tank changeover  Managers to visit their work areas weeklyManagers to visit their work areas weekly
  16. 16. Establish BaselineEstablish Baseline Analyse data for lost time injuries, nearAnalyse data for lost time injuries, near miss incidents and accident figures for themiss incidents and accident figures for the last six months to produce a benchmark tolast six months to produce a benchmark to monitor the success of the programme.monitor the success of the programme.
  17. 17. Observation Process –Observation Process – Keep TheKeep The Programme AliveProgramme Alive  Staff self observation (observation cards)Staff self observation (observation cards)  Safety tours by managementSafety tours by management  Upward feedbackUpward feedback (communication!)(communication!)  Create opportunities for individualCreate opportunities for individual involvement and participationinvolvement and participation  Further trainingFurther training
  18. 18. SummarySummary  Assess cultural readinessAssess cultural readiness  Gain management and workforce supportGain management and workforce support  Select driving teamSelect driving team  Behavioural safety trainingBehavioural safety training  Specify critical behaviour listSpecify critical behaviour list  Establish baselineEstablish baseline  Observation and feedback processObservation and feedback process
  19. 19. The BenefitsThe Benefits  Improved safety cultureImproved safety culture  Motivates staff to take personalMotivates staff to take personal responsibilityresponsibility  Improves morale, leading to improvedImproves morale, leading to improved productionproduction  Reduced costs and downtimeReduced costs and downtime
  20. 20. QuestionsQuestions
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