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Safety Presentation


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Business Challenge #11: Instilling safety consciousness in people

Facts on Safety at Work by International Labour Organization gives following highlights

Each day 6,000 people die as a result of work related accidents/diseases
2.2 Mil work related deaths a year, 0.35 Mil due to work related accidents, 1.7 due to work related diseases.
270 Mil occupational accidents resulting in absence at work for more than 3 days resulting in a 4% global GDP impact.

Target is to create an injury free culture and to achieve this the only number one needs to know is \'ZERO\'. (India\'s contribution to the world). Be it ZERO Falls, ZERO incidents, ZERO fatalities.
This can be achieved by individual by Changing behaviours, Challenging beliefs, Reducing risks

A simple but effective self introspection to see ones approach to safety, by asking,
if she/he promotes proactive or reactive approach to safety? pre inspection? follow on incidents? look at close calls?
take on incidence reporting?

A self assessment on following,

“What type of risks do I take?”
“What should I have done differently?”
“What am I going to do differently next time?”

Knowing the secret of TEEEE

Not replying on Luck but preventing many of those that can be easily prevented.

In an effort to get these in a simple and understandable way, a compilation in the form of slide decks is attached. Most of us, should be able to relate these, as these are relatively fresh in our minds. May it be the Mangalore air crash that took lives of 158 innocents to Fire blaze at Carlton Towers in Bangalore that left 9 dead and over 70 injured or Heavy rains of July 26th in Mumbai to Tsunami in March 11, 2011 or a Delhi Metro accident to the most recent Lawyers attack on Media.

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Safety Presentation

  1. 1. Jason Rodrigues, PMP +91-98805-99726 Projects Manager,Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore
  2. 2. Mrs. Lakshmi, Karkala Mr. Suresh Hegde, PutturRetired Teacher living in Karkala Business Man, Running the family ownedM/o Santosh (33), Vivek nagar, Business in Puttur .Software Engineer at a IT firm in Bangalore H/o Prabha Hegde Housewife Mrs. Vrinda, Yelahanka Bangalore Housewife W/o Satish Chandra (55), motor vehicle inspector from Yelahanka Mstr. Vishnu, Madhavanagar, Bangalore Now a Class 4 Student S/o Girisha, Madhavanagar Bangalore, Names changed
  3. 3. Bus Rams into Stranded Timber- laden Lorry at Udane KSRTC-run Iravat bus rammed into a strandedtimber-laden lorry at Udane in the wee hours of Monday May 18. Sadly Prabha, Satish, Girisha, Santosh and Varaprasad didn’t survive this accident. 18 other passengers injured. Photos: Courtasy
  4. 4. Photos: Courtasy
  5. 5. •The cleaner of the truck said, that the punctured truck was moved tothe side of the road, and after supporting the truck with the help of ajack, he and the driver had slept. At around 5.30 am, they heard a hugeexplosion, and on coming out of their slumber, saw two bodies strewnon the road while another body was hanging. Photos: Courtasy
  6. 6. Safety has become GLOBAL •State of being “Safe”•HABITS… •COMMITMENT…•BELIEFS… •PASSION… •Preventing those events which could•AMBITIONS… •CONSISTENCY… be considered non-desirable •ENGAGE… •CHALLENGE… •DEMONSTRATE…
  7. 7. GLOBAL PICTURE STATS FROM ILO• Each day 6,000 people die as a result of work relatedaccidents/diseases• 2.2 Mil work related deaths a year, 0.35 Mil due to workrelated accidents, 1.7 due to work related diseases.•270 Mil occupational accidents resulting in absence atwork for more than 3 days. •Read more at the link below. •Facts on Safety at work, ILO, Geneva, Switzerland 2005
  8. 8. Injury Free CultureAn injury-free culture doesn’t mean“zero injuries”; it means creating an environmentwhere injuries are not acceptable and where we doeverything possible to prevent them
  9. 9. When it comes to SAFETYOnly number you need to know ZERO
  10. 10. ZERO
  12. 12. FIRE SCENE SAFETY • Performing Tasks • Managing Equipment • Managing People in Distress • Managing Onlookers Managing Traffic
  13. 13. SITE PLANNING • Command and Control • Communication • Participation • Mitigation
  14. 14. HOW DO WE BUILD SAFETY? Inspection Hazard Job Assessment Safety Procedures Culture and Near Diligence Safe Work Misses Practices Best Practices
  15. 15. HOW WOULD THIS HAPPEN?What do good leaders have? •Vision •Credibility •Collaboration •Communication •Recognition & Feedback •Accountability
  17. 17. •Do you promote proactive or reactiveapproach to safety?•Do you pre inspect?•Do you follow on incidents?•Do you look at close calls?•Whats your take on incidence reporting?
  18. 18. Fatalities Major IncidentsFirst Aid Incidents Near MissesAt Risk Behaviors