Fmea 10 19 05 Handouts

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Fmea 10 19 05 Handouts

  1. 1. 1<br />Determining Contractor Safety Capability<br />2005 FMEA Energy Connections Workshop & Tradeshow<br />Robert L. Varnon, Jr. FAIC CSP CPC<br />Accredited Auditing Center<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Safety Issues in Construction<br />Construction industry is hazardous<br />Occupational fatalities too high in construction<br />OSHA Injuries/Illnesses under-reported<br />EMR not accurate safety performance indicator<br />Litigation thrives on multi-employer sites<br />Safety typically viewed as a “Burden”<br />“On-your-job” trained means ”unskilled” craftsmen<br />Construction can & MUST become safer<br />Change safety using continuous improvement process<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Construction Industry Institute OSHA Recordable Performance 1993-2001<br />RIR FOR AGGREGATED DATA<br />7.11<br />or<br />54%<br />6.88<br />or<br />87%<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />“Making Zero Accidents A Reality”A CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RESEARCH PROJECT<br />DEMONSTRATED MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT<br /> STAFFING FOR SAFETY<br />SAFETY PLANNING<br />SAFETY TRAINING AND EDUCATION<br /> WORKER PARTICIPATION AND INVOLVEMENT<br />RECOGNITION AND REWARDS<br /> SUBCONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT<br />ACCIDENT/INCIDENT REPORTING & INVESTIGATION<br />DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING<br />
  5. 5. 5<br />Project Safety Performance<br />Results of implementing best practices<br />3.84<br />38 workers <br />per 1000<br />2.00<br />2 workers<br /> per 1000<br />0.17<br />
  6. 6. 6<br />The Z-Factor Processa continuous improvement process<br />International Safety <br />Performance Registry<br />PHASES<br />PHASE ONE<br />Self-Audit<br />Annual<br />Registration<br />Baseline Measurement<br />Established & Registration Into ISPR<br />Transmitted to IASA<br />Self-Audit<br />REGISTERED<br />Transmitted<br />TO AAC<br />TO CA<br />Report<br />Visitation<br />PHASE TWO<br />Visitation<br />1-Time <br />For New <br />Contractors<br />Or<br />Repeated<br />At Owners<br />Request<br />Interviews<br />Program Audit<br />Project Mgnt<br />Executive<br />Self-Audit Validated and Visitation <br />Findings Entered into ISPR<br />Transmitted to IASA<br />Visitation Report<br />PARTICIPATING<br />TO AAC<br />Transmitted<br />TO CA<br />Reports<br />Monthly Site Process<br />First Site Visit<br />New Contractor<br />Existing Contractors<br />Findings Meeting<br />Kickoff Meeting<br />PHASE THREE<br />Monthly Site <br />Process<br />Monthly<br />On-Site<br />2 Days<br />Site Inspection<br />Introduction<br />Self-Audit<br />MONTHLY PERFORMANCE REPORT<br />Prescription<br />Review of Owner Reports<br />Z-DEDICATED<br />Progress Audit <br />Employee Interviews<br />Compliance<br />Transmitted to IASA<br />Continuous Measurement of Progress<br />Adjusted & Entered Into ISPR<br />Contractor/Owner Progress Meetings<br />Transmitted to IASA<br />Research<br />Project<br />CENTER FOR CONSTRUCTION SAFETY & LOSS CONTROL AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA<br />Sanitized Data<br />Transmitted to UF<br />
  7. 7. 7<br />Guide to the International Safety Performance Registry <br />RATINGS– The Z-FACTOR PROCESS identifies and rates companies based on established best practices There are twelve areas of measurement and from five to nine sub-topic within those nine areas:<br /> Demonstrated Executive Management Commitment<br /> Demonstrated Project Management Commitment<br /> Pre-Project Planning<br /> Pre-Task Planning<br /> Safety Staffing<br /> Training & Education<br /> Substance Abuse Program<br /> Safety Recognition & Rewards<br /> Employee Involvement<br /> Incident Investigation<br /> Sub-Contractor Management<br /> Recordkeeping<br />
  8. 8. 8<br />If we want different results<br />we have to DO something different!<br />“It is not necessary to change.<br />Survival is not mandatory.”<br />- W. Edward Demming<br />
  9. 9. 9<br />THANK YOU<br />“Seeking Excellence Through Safety”<br />Integrated Safety Services, L.L.C.<br />2377 Roanoke Court<br />Lake Mary, Florida 32746<br />1-800-520-0238 <br />www.integratedsafetyservices.net<br />http://www.iasaglobal.org/index.html<br />Integrated Safety Services, L.L.C.<br />is an Accredited Auditing Center<br />http://www.nccer.org/Safety/safety_home.asp<br />Integrated Safety Services, L.L.C.<br />is an Accredited Training Sponsor<br />

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