Transition BST & SPS to Luminant defined behavior process
Identify a needs assessment for potential health risks of environmental exposures
Develop medical standards for new hire and return to work job placement
Conduct periodic and routine industrial hygiene sampling protocol
Drive safety performance by activities based metrics ( # of observations, safety inspections, near-miss reporting, etc.)
Develop a comprehensive communication plan to achieve optimum awareness
Clearly define accountability structure for all operations/staff stakeholders
Transition KPI’s to total incidents
Implement a comprehensive wellness process and tracking system
Incorporate near-miss reporting and corrective action process
Align ROI and Safety to enhance awareness with job package process
Hold management workshop for benchmarking world class and defining Luminant safety process gaps
Safety Reps Routine Job Activities Allocation of Time Distribution for Current Job Priorities
Safety and Health : Key Activity Classifications Administration Communicating the vision Medical Care Policy/Procedures/Guidelines Training & Development Awards and Recognition Regulatory/Internal Compliance
World Class Safety Culture Operational Safety Management Commitment Personal Commitment to Safe Behavior Vision, Safety Goals and Metrics Fleet Safety Standardization Behavioral Safety System Safety Information System Risk and Shared Services Health & Wellness Reward & Recognition Training & Skills Development
Daily rides with supervisors for some one on one feedback and gain insight as to what issues they see as opportunities for improvement and concerns.
Talk to at least 10-15% of the craft employees to understand their issues and concerns.
Focus on gaining insight as to recommendations by both groups on taking corrective action.
Maintenance is a primary area to understand barriers to timely corrective action on equipment repair and how the status of repairs is communicated.
Held shift meetings @ Thermo to discuss continued commitment to safety as a priority, employee accountability to shut down unsafe equipment, importance of communicating with management and stress the open door policy, and address bringing back two supervisors.