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“Making STOP work” by Tony van Thiel (PDO - CSM/5). Making STOP Work: April/2000. Objective of this presentation/discussion: Assist interior staff to “Make STOP work” Tips on how to best use/apply STOP (best practice sharing) Hear and discuss your comments and experience with STOP

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“Making STOP work”byTony van Thiel (PDO - CSM/5)


Making stop work april 2000
Making STOP Work: April/2000

Objective of this presentation/discussion:

  • Assist interior staff to “Make STOP work”

  • Tips on how to best use/apply STOP (best practice sharing)

  • Hear and discuss your comments and experience with STOP

  • Ensure STOP is understood and used to its potential by all

    Note:

    PDO invested some 400,000 US$ plus 60,000 man-hours in STOP


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Making STOP Work: April/2000

This presentation/discussion:

  • Why and how did we get we are with

  • STOP cards:

    • Why?

    • What to do with them?

    • STOP-Box

    • STOP database: how to use it

  • STOP activities 2000

    • Asset Teams

    • Contractors

    • CSM/5


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Making STOP Work: April/2000

History of STOP in PDO:

  • 1998: 54 LTI’s, 12 Fatalities

  • Q4-98: Decision to implement STOP

  • Q2/3-99: STOP implementation workshops

  • Q4-99: STOP cascade PDO asset teams, and some Contractors

  • Nov-99: STOP database launched

  • Jan-00: STOP “live” in most asset teams

  • Q1-00: Role out in remaining asset teams Others: MAKE IT WORK


Making STOP Work: April/2000

WHAT is STOP ????


Making STOP Work: April/2000

Is this STOP ?

Decide

Report

Act

STOP

Observe


Making STOP Work: April/2000

STOP =

  • Safety Behavior

  • Safety Culture

  • Safety Attitude

  • Systematic approach to reduce unsafe acts

    STOP =

  • An administration system or burden

  • Cards in a box or database


Making STOP Work: April/2000

98/99

12/0

Not able to work

LTI

54/23

83/77

RWC

Able to work

103/60

MTC

198/164

FAC

Near miss

136/150

Unsafe Acts

???/???


Making STOP Work: April/2000

Some HSE problems that STOP addresses:

  • Near miss reporting: hardly exists

  • Blame/fear culture at workforce and higher levels

  • Hazard identification skills could be better

  • Communication skills: talking TO instead of WITH

  • Gaps in the “Line Management of Safety”

  • Inspections: looking at things/conditions rather than at people and their behavior


Making STOP Work: April/2000

2000 - Safety Performance: 11 LTI’s in 12 weeks: same rate as 1998!!!

1 Thumb crushed when lowering pipe

2 Roll-over 3 ton truck (5 people, 1 LTI)

3 Cut of finger top with hand held grinder

4 Old wall bricks fell down and broke foot

5 Large wheel fell over and broke foot

6 Knocked his head in rush to evacuate

7 Tripped and cut his hand on sharp cable tray

8 Chopped of top of finger with meat cleaver

9 Broke foot when Bedu turned left and hit the overtaking mini bus

10 Broke wrist when drill caught plates he was holding

11 Roll over with 4 passengers (4 people, 1 LTI)


Stop activities 2000 asset teams

Making STOP Work: April/2000

STOP activities 2000: Asset Teams

  • Make STOP work:

    • Push it from the top and the bottom

    • Use the database

    • Include STOP in daily/weekly meetings

    • Get your contractors on board

    • Introduce to new staff

    • Incentive/motivation scheme (eg: card of the month)

    • STOP Refresher Unit after 6 months

    • Include STOP data and status in monthly reports

  • Plan activities and include in your HSE plan


Stop activities 2000 pdo contractors

Making STOP Work: April/2000

STOP activities 2000: PDO Contractors

  • Implement STOP in your Company

    • Because you believe in it

    • Because you know that it will pay for itself many times

    • Because you want more PDO business

  • Make STOP work (when you have it)

    • Push it from the top (lead by example)

    • Include STOP in daily/weekly meetings

    • Introduce to new staff

    • Incentive/motivation scheme (eg: card of the month)


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Making STOP Work: April/2000

STOP activities 2000: CSM/5

  • Assist in “Making Stop Work” :

    • Include STOP data in HSE reporting

    • Overview STOP status Contractors (Q2)

    • Improve database functionality (Q2)

    • Execute a review/audit across PDO and Contractors (Q2)

    • Trial on “STOP for Employees” (Q2-3)

    • Issue “STOP-Refresher” in May/June

    • Assist Asset Teams on request

    • STOP blitz in all interior locations Q1+ Q3


Making STOP Work: April/2000

STOP and “Near Miss” reporting

  • Unsafe act: STOP Card in box or database

  • Near Miss:

    Low Potential: STOP card

    Medium Potential: Notification and investigation

    High Potential: Notification and investigation


STOP Database: 1063/1941 total cards

Number of STOP cards observed in

Asset Teams as per 12-Feb / 8-April 2000

OYM 180 / 397

OFM 179 / 357

TSM 121 / 196

ONM 20 / 129

OBM 51 / 114

OQM 53 / 96

OMM 43 / 89

OTE 81 / 85

OTM-other 67 / 72

GGM 51 / 67

OTC 47 / 66

XAM 31 / 60

TCM 47 / 58

OIM 4 / 23

OTT 14 / 21

HES 11 / 21

XEM 13 / 15

OTW 5 / 14

XGM 6 / 13

TWM 4 / 12

TKM 9 / 12

HTR 4 / 8

RAH 2 / 8

HOS 2 / 3


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