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Making Common Sense - Common Practice Presented By Kevin Cobb. Compliance Policy / Procedures Observation / Feed. Incentives JSA’s / JHA’s. 5s Six Sigma Pre-Post Inspection Numbers Focus Discipline. Traditional approaches…. What’s missing…. Motivation (Bad)

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traditional approaches
Compliance

Policy / Procedures

Observation / Feed.

Incentives

JSA’s / JHA’s

5s

Six Sigma

Pre-Post Inspection

Numbers Focus

Discipline

Traditional approaches…
what s missing
What’s missing…
  • Motivation (Bad)
  • A process that teaches employees to avoid mistakes and accidents they never intended to make in the first place.
natural decline in injuries
Natural Decline in Injuries

I’m Not Safe Enough

Injuries

I’m Safe Enough

0

10

20

30

Age in Years

natural increase in safety skills
Natural Increase in Safety Skills

I’m Safe Enough

I’m Not Safe Enough

Safety

Skills

0

10

20

30

Age in Years

hazardous energy step changes
Hazardous Energy Step Changes

Safety Skill Gaps

Cars, Motorcycles, Snowmobiles, Power Boats, Automated Equipment, etc

Hazardous

Energy

Safety

Skills

Skateboards, Bikes, Climbing Trees, Sports

Crawling, Walking, Running

0

10

20

30

40

Age in Years

unintentional deaths in america
UNINTENTIONAL DEATHS IN AMERICA
  • At work
  • At home
  • On the road
  • In the community
  • Medical mistakes (estimated)

5,500

33,000

44,000

19,000

98,000

simply teaches folks how to think safe prevent accidents mistakes
Simply teaches folks how to

THINK SAFE / PREVENT ACCIDENTS & MISTAKES!

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3,000

NEAR MISSES OR FIRST AID

1

FATAL

30 MAJORS

(Disabling

Accidents)

300

RECORDABLE ACCIDENTS

(Off Work, limited work and no

lost time)

30,000 HAZARDS

Unsafe acts-Unsafe conditions

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These four states…
    • RUSHING
    • FRUSTRATION
    • FATIGUE
    • COMPLACENCY
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These four states…
    • RUSHING
    • FRUSTRATION
    • FATIGUE
    • COMPLACENCY
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These four states…
    • RUSHING
    • FRUSTRATION
    • FATIGUE
    • COMPLACENCY
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These four states…
    • RUSHING
    • FRUSTRATION
    • FATIGUE
    • COMPLACENCY
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These four states…
    • RUSHING
    • FRUSTRATION
    • FATIGUE
    • COMPLACENCY
safe start
SAFESTART
  • These four states… RUSHING FRUSTRATION FATIGUE COMPLACENCY
  • Can cause or contribute to these critical errors…
  • EYES NOT ON TASK
  • MIND NOT ON TASK
  • LINE OF FIRE
  • BALANCE/TRACTION/ OR GRIP
  • ...which can increase the risk of injury.
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SAFESTART
  • These four states… RUSHING FRUSTRATION FATIGUE COMPLACENCY
  • Can cause or contribute to these critical errors…
  • EYES NOT ON TASK
  • MIND NOT ON TASK
  • LINE OF FIRE
  • BALANCE/TRACTION/ OR GRIP
  • ...which can increase the risk of injury.
making common sense common practice
Making Common Sense Common Practice
  • Knowing this doesn’t do you any good if you’re not thinking about it!
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Critical Error Reduction Techniques(CERT)
  • 1. Self-trigger on the state (or
  • amount of hazardous energy) so
  • you don’t make a critical error
  • 2. Analyze close calls and small
  • errors (to prevent agonizing over
  • big ones)
  • 3. Look at others for the patterns that
  • increase the risk of injury
  • 4. Work on habits

States

Errors

Less Risk More Risk

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SAFESTART
  • These four states… RUSHING FRUSTRATION FATIGUE COMPLACENCY
  • Can cause or contribute to these critical errors…
  • EYES NOT ON TASK
  • MIND NOT ON TASK
  • LINE OF FIRE
  • BALANCE/TRACTION/ OR GRIP
  • ...which can increase the risk of injury.
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