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_OFFICIAL Safety Department PRESENTATION

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  • This is a very brief summation of my work and the Safety Culture which I and others enjoyed during my employment with Sabre FWT Fort Worth. I hope that these principles will continue and that the attitude of "working safely" will remain. I developed this ppt. within one hour for presentation for "PGE", one of Sabre's largest customers.
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_OFFICIAL Safety Department PRESENTATION

  1. 1. SOME KEY ELEMENTS OF SABRE/FWT SAFETY MANGEMENT SYSTEM {FORT WORTH, TEXAS} Presentation developed and presented by: Kelly Weaver {Safety Manager} SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 1 332312 Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing 3441 Fabricated Structural Metal
  2. 2. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 2 •Safety Policy •Safety Department Team •Safety Orientation •Weekly Toolbox Talks •Monthly Safety Meetings •Certified Training •JSA Training •Accident /Incident Reporting, Investigation, Reporting/Recording •Near Miss Investigations •First Responder & Rescue •Safety Council •Maintenance •OSHA DUTY CLAUSE Management Leadership and Employee Involvement Worksite Analysis Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Health Training
  3. 3. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 3
  4. 4. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 4 GARY CARTWRIGHT {CORPORATE SAFETY MANAGER} CHRISTINE RODRIGUEZ {SAFETY ADMINISTRATOR} KELLY WEAVER {2ND SHIFT SAFETY MANAGER}
  5. 5. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 5
  6. 6. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 6 ENGLISH Supervisors conduct Daily Pre-Shift Safety Meetings. These meetings are referred to as Toolbox Talks. Informal discussion in which feedback is encouraged. All Industry Hazards are covered in these talks throughout the year. When the Plant, our sister plants, or in the industry in general experiences notable incidents or new vital OSHA information is needing to be relayed, it will be interjected in place of the pre-planned material. Each Shop is required to have employees sign the Toolbox Attendance Roster for compliance Attendance Roster
  7. 7. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 7 *Safety training is an important element of accident and injury prevention. We will provide safety training to all employees. Training will include general safety information as well as specific safety information related to a job or work area. The Safety Department exhausts all means to ensure that each employee is fully trained to safely avoid all known and possible hazards. To ensure OSHA compliance we dedicate the 1st week of each month to conduct Annual Refresher Training. Employees watch a Safety Video, interact in discussion, express concerns, and take a written test. All answers are covered by the Safety Manager after the test. A wide variety of snacks and cold bottled water is provided to add enjoyment to the event. ENGLISH
  8. 8. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 8 BBP GHS HAZ/COM WELDING PPE ELECT HEAT STRESS SLIPS,TRIPS,& FALLS HEARING CONSERV EYE PRO FIRE PREVENTION LOTO HAND INJURY MACHING GUARDING / MOVING ROTATING PARTS / POWER PRESSES / PINCH POINTS
  9. 9. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 9 100 % C O M P L I A N C E
  10. 10. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 10 Aerial Lift Training 1910.66 - Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance Personal Fall Arrest System Training 29CFR 1910.66 App C– Personal Fall Arrest Systems Overhead Crane Training 1910.179 – Overhead and Gantry Cranes Toyota (Mat/Log) Fork Lift Training 29 CFR 1910.178 – Powered Industrial Trucks (forklift operator training) Taylor (Yard) Fork Lift Training 29 CFR 1910.178 – Powered Industrial Trucks (forklift operator training) Kalmar “Yard Dog” Training 29 CFR 1910.178 - Powered Industrial Trucks (ANSI) B56.1 – 1969. ANSI B56.1-1969 LOTO Training 29 CFR 1910.147 – The Control of Hazardous Energy (lockout-tagout) First Aid/CPR/First Responder - 1910.151 - Medical Services and First-Aid Due to the specialized training necessary to avoid the associated hazards relative to some operations, the Safety Department provides and requires more in depth training than awareness training. The Specific Training encompasses classroom and hands on skills validation before an employee is deemed “Authorized” to operate certain equipment and/or perform certain operations. After the Training is satisfactorily completed the employee is given a “Certification Card” which he must carry on his person. Most of these certifications are good for 3 years. American Heart Association Certifications are good for a period of 2 years.
  11. 11. OVERHEAD CRANE TRAINING Classroom / Practical Practical Trainer/Evaluator Certified Overhead Crane Trainer SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 11 1910.179 – Overhead and Gantry Cranes
  12. 12. FALL PROTECTION AUTHORIZED “PFAS” SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 12 29 CFR 1926.501
  13. 13. KALMAR “YARD DOG” TRAINING SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 13
  14. 14. JSA TRAINING SUPERVISOR / EMPLOYEE REVIEW & SIGN OFF Bldg. 4 Production Supervisor “Carlos Lopez” uses the JSA to share critical safety details relative to safe operation of the “Angle Grinder”. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 14
  15. 15. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 15 ENGLISH SPANISH VIETNAMESE 3 South Supervisor, Puga Stevens reviews JSA in Spanish with Employee Safety Manager reviews JSA in Vietnamese with Employee
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  17. 17. STANDARD PPE PPE OSHA 29 CFR 1910. 132-1910.139 SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 17 HAZARD ASSESSMENT / LAST LINE OF DEFENSE
  18. 18. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 18 Safety Administrator, “Christine Rodriguez” maintains all necessary PPE and conducts analyses when upgrades are needed. This is one of many of the roles she faithfully fulfills.
  19. 19. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 19 IT STARTS AT THE TOP ALL HANDS CONTRIBUTE TO COMPLIANCE Plant Manager, “Richard McDonald” conducts Safety Audits and makes an appearance at all Monthly Safety Meetings. Mr. McDonald is 3 Dimensional SAFETY QUALITY PRODUCTION The Plant Managers here at the Fort Worth Plant hold Loyalty to, and follow the Standard set by “Fred Moore”. Integrity is the key to success and leadership. At least that is what they say, and what they do.
  20. 20. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 20 1903.2 - Posting of Notice; Availability of the Act, Regulations and Applicable Standards
  21. 21. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 21 (ANSI Z535.1, Z535.2 & Z535.5)
  22. 22. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 22 ALL HANDS CONTRIBUTE TO COMPLIANCE Bldg 3 SOUTH Bldg 3 ADJUSTMENTS QA Bldg 3 NORTHBldg 4 1910.145 Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
  23. 23. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 23 MAINTENANCE 2nd Shift Acting Maintenance Supervisor, “JESSE DAVIS” works hard all day, every day to keep Production up and running safely and in compliance.
  24. 24. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 24 “HAZARD ABATEMENT” DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMNTATION OF ENGINEERING CONTROLS
  25. 25. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 25 29 CFR 1910.1030 29 CFR 1910.151 Poison Control Center (1-800-222-1222) ANSI Z308.1 - 2003
  26. 26. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 26 An ACCIDENT is: an Unplanned event in which an Employee has suffered a serious injury. All Accidents no matter how minor are reported immediately to the Employee’s immediate Supervisor. Once the scene is safe and Employee’s immediate Safety and any necessary Emergency Treatment is provided, the Safety Manager and Plant Manager are notified. An exhaustive investigation is conducted by the Supervisor to uncover the Root Cause and any contributing factors. Safety Personal are always available to assist the Supervisor in conducting the investigation. People, Equipment, the Environment, Materials, and Processes are all evaluated to determine Who, What, Where, How, When, and Why the Accident occurred. More importantly, recommended actions for preventing reoccurrence must be developed and implemented. This includes reviewing /revising the Written Plan / Policy, SOP, JSA, Change in Engineering, Administrative or PPE Controls, Retraining, and Disciplinary Action if necessary as required by OSHA. Our Safety Administrator, “Christine Rodriguez keeps all records logged and filed in easily retrievable manner, and maintains compliance with OSHA’s Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Recording Regulation 29 CFR 1904.
  27. 27. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 27 Plant Management and the Safety Department considers a Near Miss as Serious as an Accident or an Incident. An ACCIDENT IS: An unplanned event in which an employee suffers an injury. An INCIDENT IS: An unplanned event in which there is no Injury, but Property Damage has occurred. A NEAR MISS does not result in Injury nor Property damage, however could have resulted in a catastrophic event. Example: A Crane Operator loses control of his load Or, a Fork Truck Operator drops a load Or, an Employee falls from a Ladder. You can see the possible severe outcome which could result from these, therefore a full investigation is conducted. The drug nurse is called to ensure the involved employees were not working while under the influence. This process does not involve finger pointing, rather detailed methods of investigation are followed to come to a conclusion as to what was the ROOT CAUSE for the event. Contributing factors are also brought into the equation.
  28. 28. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 28 Safety Council Member “Carlos Almaguer” helps to conduct Monthly Safety Training for Spanish Speaking Employees Safety Council Chairman/Safety Manager Conducts Required Training for Safety Council Members Council member, “Jorge Zuniga” took initiative and recruited help from other departments to bring his shop into compliance. BEFORE AFTER
  29. 29. 1st Shift Safety Council Safety Council Members Respond to “NEAR MISS” and provide adequately rated Ladder for 300Lb Employee Council Member, “Byron Mitchell” serves as “Crane Trainer/Evaluator” and performs duties as Crane Operator and Seamer Operator Lead Man, “Carlos Almaguer“ came in during vacation to bid for a seat on the Safety Council “Byron” was a key player in our successful OSHA Inspection. Lead Man/Council Member, “Zakkery Dubose” ensures all employees in his shop are trained with applicable JSA’s 2ND SHIFT SAFETY COUNCIL SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT"
  30. 30. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 30 Council member, “Jorge Zuniga” took initiative and recruited help from other departments to bring his shop into compliance. Later he duplicates the control he developed for all shops to implement
  31. 31. SAFETY COUNCIL MEMBERS CONDUCT SHOP SAFETY AUDITS SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 31
  32. 32. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 32 Each item noted during Audits and Inspections are addressed by precedence and corrective action recorded
  33. 33. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 33 SAFETY COUNCIL MEMBERS SELECT MONTHLY EMPLOYEE SAFETY AWARD RECIPIENTS
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  35. 35. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 35
  36. 36. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 36 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 817-392-6170 •Emergency Management Office: 817-392-6170 •Joint Emergency Operation Center: 817-392-7100 •E-mail: oem@fortworthtexas.gov.
  37. 37. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 37 1910.38 - Emergency Action Plans 1910.39 - Fire Prevention Plans
  38. 38. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 38
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  40. 40. Safety Department works hand and hand with Plant Security to keep Employees Safe and Secure from internal or external threats Long Time Security Guard, “Mr. Conley” ensures all who enter follow the posted speed limit. He watches with an eagle eye to ensure only authorized personnel enter the facility. Should it be necessary to activate the Emergency Response System , Security will control traffic to ensure Emergency Personnel can access their necessary destination Safely and Timely. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 40
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  42. 42. OFFICE SAFETY “SAFE LIFTING METHOD” Get A Close Firm Grip Lift With Legs, Keep Object Close To Torso Pivot Feet. Don’t Twist Scan Walkway Before Lifting SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 42
  43. 43. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 43 RETENTION
  44. 44. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 44 EMPLOYEE CHARITY FOR THE COMMUNITY
  45. 45. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 45 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT While our plant has resourced 3rd party environmental compliance services, The Corporate Safety Manager is well educated and experienced, and has employed like personnel to provide additional daily monitoring to ensure we maintain compliance and protect our environment.
  46. 46. SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 46
  47. 47. (a)Each Employer – (1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees; (2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under this Act. (b) Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards and all rules, regulations, and orders issued pursuant to this Act which are applicable to his own actions and conduct. OSHA GENERAL DUTY CLAUSE Section 5 SABRE/FWT PRESENTS The Fort Worth "SAFETY DEPARTMENT" 47 This We Will Do

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