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Safetyexample

  1. 1. Why should we improve our safety program? Why?
  2. 2. $ Company improvements: ● Increase in Return on Investments ● Reduced Insurance premiums ● Reduced Clinic Visits ● Reduced lost time accidents and work days ● Reduction in property costs Employee improvements: ● Worker relations ● Work confidence ● Less stress ● True understanding of safety duties ● Morale Employee/Organizational Benefits Human Relations Improvements Risk Management Improvements $ Quality & Productivity Improvements
  3. 3. Once we understand how the benefits of improving our safety program will help us, how do we go about this improvement? How?
  4. 4. Safety Management Program Safety Management Program Safety Planning Local & Federal Regulations and International Standards Safety Training
  5. 5. CHECK ACT ● Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Policy ● Planning for Hazard ID, risk assessment, & control ● Legal & other requirements ● Objectives ● Performance Measurements & Monitoring ● Accidents / Incidents Corrective & Preventative Actions ● Records & Records Management ● Audits ● OH&S Management Programs ● Structure and Responsibility ● Training, Awareness, Competence ● Document & Data Control ● Operational Control ● Emergency Preparedness & Response PLAN DO ● Management Review Safety Program Assessment
  6. 6. Organizational Goals Occupational Health & Safety Policy Planning for Hazard ID, Risk assessment & control Objectives and Targets Management Programs Operational, Documentation Control, & Emergency Preparedness Monitoring and Measurement Management Review Legal and Other Requirements Training Corrective and Preventive Action AUDITING DOCUMENTATION C O M M U N I C A T I O N C O M M U N I C A T I O N
  7. 7. SAFETY PROGRAM PLANNING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT SAFETY TRAINING CHANGED BEHAVIORS & BUSINESS RESULTS CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT Safety Program Continuum
  8. 8. ● Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Policy ● Planning for Hazard ID, risk assessment, & control ● Legal & other requirements ● Objectives Plan
  9. 9. ● OH&S Management Programs ● Structure and Responsibility ● Training, Awareness, Competence ● Document & Data Control ● Operational Control ● Emergency Preparedness & Response Do
  10. 10. ● Performance Measurements & Monitoring ● Accidents / Incidents Corrective & Preventative Actions ● Records & Records Management ● Audits Check
  11. 11. ● Management Review Act
  12. 12. - Highly visible top management commitment to the initiatives - Establish the organization’s commitment - Participate in / support training - Assure integration in all aspects of the business - Reward and Recognition - Human Resource Practices - Consistent measurement - Break Barriers - Sustain the Gains - Provide challenges - Realize the Gains - Tie to Bottom line and Business Results - Communicate, Communicate, Communicate Keys to Safety Success
  13. 13. Focus is on improvement at the “unsafe thinking” stage which minimizes risks as you go up the accident pyramid. Accident Pyramid Noticeable Reductions Fatality Lost Time Accident OSHA Recordable First Aid Injury Near Miss Unsafe Behavior Unsafe Thinking

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