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  • 1. Safety Fundamentals For Supervisors Enmas GB power system project Director Environment, Health and Safety Department August , 2011
  • 2. Goals
      • Give you something to think about
      • Talk shop
      • Have some fun
  • 3. Supervisors and Safety
  • 4. Here… kitty, kitty, kitty…
  • 5. OSHA’s Top Ten Violations For 2005
    • Scaffolding 8,991
    • HazCom 7,267
    • Fall Protection 6,122
    • Respiratory Protection 4,278
    • LO/TO 4,051
    • Forklifts 3,115
    • Electrical Wiring 3,077
    • Machine Guarding 2,956
    • Gen. Electrical Reqt’s. 2,348
    • Ladders 2,276
  • 6. The Effective Supervisor Leadership Negotiation Accountability Management Style Understanding Personalities HR Stuff Knowledge & Background Attitude & Interest Supervisor
  • 7. “ Leadership is about the motivation and inspiration of people, and the effective use of technical, management, and communication skills to successfully achieve desired goals and objectives”. Andy Garcia-Rivera, Director, EH&S, University of Wisconsin "Men and women don't do what they are responsible for, they do what they are accountable for." Bruce Wilkinson, CSP, President, Workplace Consultants, Inc. Leadership and Responsibility
  • 8. Why Leadership Is Important
    • No leadership skills = limited growth
    • Effective leadership = cost savings
    • Employers are focusing on inadequacies
    • Everyone is expected to lead in their role
    • Your impact on others –Intent Vs Impact
    • Post 9/11 issues – balance not “frenzy”
  • 9. Observations
    • Leadership is a personal transformation
    • Leadership is developed, not discovered
    • Leadership is the ability to get followers
    • It’s about taking people to a new place
    • Leadership is influence!
  • 10. Realignment Model For Greater Success
    • Do you really know your stakeholders?
      • C ustomers
      • E mployees
      • O wners
    • A basic question:
      • How do you identify needs, measure results and create accountability?
  • 11. Values-Based Supervision
    • The foundation for activities and decisions
    • The Alignment Model Focus on 3 key stakeholders:
      • Customers, Employees and Owners .
    • Proactive process to ensure accountability to the values and stakeholders:
      • 1. Set clear Expectations and enable Learnings
      • 2. Seek Measurements and Feedback
      • 3. Create Accountability around results
  • 12. The Core Values Teamwork! Excellence Respect Truth Integrity
  • 13. Visualzing The Alignment Model
  • 14. For ALL Stakeholders…
    • The Supervisor needs to Know:
      • Who they are
      • What they need
      • How you are doing
      • Action to take
  • 15. Serving Employee Stakeholders
    • Achieved by:
      • Performance Management
      • Staff Development
      • Work Climate
      • Recognition
  • 16. Measurement & Feedback for the Employee Stakeholder
    • Appropriate Tools:
      • PD (Personal Dialogue)
      • Performance Evaluation
      • Quality Assurance
      • Climate Check
      • Team Report Card
      • 360°
      • Individual Development Plan
      • Exit Interview
  • 17. Serving The Customer Stakeholder
    • Achieved through:
      • Quality
      • Timeliness
      • Value
  • 18. Measurement & Feedback for the Customer Stakeholder
    • Achieved Through Continuous/Regular:
      • Interviews
      • Surveys – Multimedia
      • Report Card
      • Focus Groups
      • Data mining
      • Others
  • 19. Serving The Owner Stakeholders
    • Achieved Through:
      • Leadership
      • Stewardship
      • Citizenship
        • Workplace
        • Community
  • 20. Measurement & Feedback for the Owner Stakeholder
    • Financial Bottom Line
    • External Review
    • Benchmark
    • Audit
    • Best Practices
    • Participation
  • 21. Performance is Acknowledged by:
    • Continued Employment
    • Pay increases
    • Tangible Incentives
    • Disciplining
    • Career Opportunities
    • Award/Reward
    • Peer Recognition
    • Training
    • Promotion
    • Appreciation
  • 22. All Supervisors and Staff are Accountable to their Performance Expectations….
  • 23. Questions?
  • 24. Going Back to Basics
    • Get the rust off
    • Update
    • Recalibrate
    • Reenergize
  • 25. Back-to- Basics
    • People seem so wrapped up in management systems… have they forgotten about…
      • Basic Risk Management?
      • Basic EH&S?
      • Management by walking around?
      • Talking to people in the field?
  • 26. New Employee Orientation
      • Reporting Procedures:
        • Accident/injury/illness reporting procedures (details)
        • Medical, fire, or safety emergencies
      • Building Systems:
        • Types of alarms
        • Employee response to alarms
        • Fire extinguishers
        • Evacuation procedures
      • General Hazard Communication
      • Ergonomics and safe work procedures
        • proper lifting
        • office equipment adjustment
        • two-person operations (e.g., buddy system)
      • Lockout / Tagout / Electrical Safety
  • 27. Orientation For Higher Risk Jobs
      • General Hazard Communication and Chemical Hygiene Plan Training Requirements
      • Identification of hazardous materials in work area and operations in which they are present
      • Potential emergencies specific to work area, alarms, and response to alarms
      • Personal protective equipment to be used in the work area
      • Response procedures for unknown materials
  • 28. More on High Risk Jobs
      • Hazardous equipment in employee’s work area and associated engineering controls and training requirements
      • Bloodborne Pathogens
      • Additional requirements for specific chemical, physical (radiation/laser), biological, art materials, cleaners, or equipment hazards
      • Required medical surveillance for chemical, radiation, noise, respirator, and animal contact
  • 29. Areas To Be Aware Of # 1
      • Asbestos & Lead
      • Animal Contact
      • Animal Cage Washing
      • Room Cleaning Guidelines
      • Animals on State Property
      • Bio Safety & Bio Security Plan
      • Building Startup and Relocation
      • Chemical Hoods & LEV Equipment
      • Cholinesterase Biomonitoring
      • Compressed Gas Safety
      • Confined Space Entry
      • CDC Travelers Info.
      • Driving Safety
      • Electrical Safety
      • Excavation & Trenching
      • Exposure Prevention & Assessment
      • Fall Protection
      • Flammable & Combustible Liquids
      • Hoist & Crane Safety
      • Inspection Checklists
      • Inspecting University Facilities
      • Indoor Air Quality
      • Laboratory Safety
      • Laboratory Security Guidelines
      • Lab Startup and Relocation
      • Ladder Safety
      • Laser Safety
      • Lockout/Tagout
      • Machine Guarding
      • Mail Handling
      • Medical Surveillance
      • IAQ
      • Pest Management
      • Personal Protective Equipment
      • Agricultural Chemicals
  • 30. Areas To Be Aware Of # 2
      • Forklift Safety
      • Field Trip Safety
      • Fire Safety
      • Flood Safety
      • Foot & Mouth Disease
      • Gas Monitoring Program
      • Hazard Communication & Reviews
      • Hazardous Materials
      • Exhaust Ventilation
      • Hearing Conservation
      • Workers Compensation Form
      • Pesticide Exposure Prevention
      • Powered Hand Tools
      • Radiation Safety
      • Custodial Safety
      • Powered Platforms, Man-Lifts
      • Vehicle Mounted Work Platforms
      • Respiratory Protection
      • Regulatory Agency Visits
      • Sewer spill / Floods
      • MSDS Sheets
      • Standards & Regulations
  • 31. PPE
      • Eye and Face
      • Safety Glasses
      • Goggles
      • Face Shields
      • Hand Protection
      • Intense Light
      • Radiation
      • Body Protection
      • Occupation Foot Protection
      • Respiratory Protection
      • Hearing Protection
      • Occupational Head Protection
      • Electrical Protection
  • 32. Dealing With People Fuzzy Vs Clarity
  • 33. “ Hear and understand me”
      • People need to feel fully listened to at work and at home
  • 34. “ Please don’t make me wrong even if you disagree”
      • People resent this
      • Promotes get mad or even response
      • Nobody likes his/her worth questioned
  • 35. “ Acknowledge the greatness within me”
      • Everyone has the potential to grow
      • People will respond positively if you acknowledge their potential greatness
  • 36. Your Toolbox and Success?
    • Dusty?
    • Up-to-date?
    • What’s your favorite tool for success?
  • 37. Understanding Personality Types B N S E W
  • 38.
    • NORTH
      • Warriors
      • Impatient
      • Yesterday…. Today… All risk
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    • West
      • Processors
      • Need 150% info
      • Dry run
      • Low risk taking
    • South
      • Caring
      • Nurturers
      • Take care of people
    • East
      • Visionaries
      • See what others can’t
  • 39. Self-Assessment Inventory
    • Your personality type
    • Effectiveness level up-to-snuff?
    • Self-perception Vs other’s
    • Personal skills assessment
    • Your place in the culture?
    • Personal toolbox inventory
    • Use the 360° feedback Tool
  • 40. Formulas for Success
    • Competent + Overconfident = Bull in a …?
    • Competent + Confident + Caring = > Self Esteem
    • C + C +C + Realignment = A Better You
  • 41. Thank You! We’re Done…
  • 42. Speaker Biography
    • Andy Garcia-Rivera is the Director of Environment, Health & Safety for UW-Madison. Andy has over 24 years of experience in health & safety. Andy received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in preventive medicine and environmental health.
    • Andy is very active in professional organizations and has held significant leadership positions with the Campus Safety and Health Association, American Biological Safety Association, and the National Safety Council. He has authored a number of papers and has frequently presented on numerous health and safety topics at national, international, and local conferences.