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JSC Safety & Health Program is in Excellent Condition. SOLAR Safety Courses: JSC & WSTF currently using “Home grown” courses WSTF Employee S&H Training JSC Safety Through Everyone’s Participation (STEP) Senior Manager’s Safety Course NSTC Courses System Safety, Facility Systems Safety

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

JSC Safety & Health Program is in Excellent Condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

  • SOLAR Safety Courses:

    • JSC & WSTF currently using

      • “Home grown” courses

        • WSTF Employee S&H Training

        • JSC Safety Through Everyone’s Participation (STEP)

        • Senior Manager’s Safety Course

      • NSTC Courses

        • System Safety, Facility Systems Safety

    • Currently planning next generation training

      • Expect a mixture of IBT and SOLAR CBT

    • Current SOLAR content is great

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Jsc team vpp accomplishments

JSC Team VPP Accomplishments

  • United Space Alliance - Logistics Support Facility

    • STAR, 1997, Re-certified, July 2001

  • JSC

    • STAR, May 1999, Re-certification scheduled July 29-Aug 2, 2002

  • United Space Alliance – 600 Gemini Facility

    • STAR, July 2000

  • United Space Alliance - USA Headquarters Building

    • STAR, July 2000

  • United Space Alliance - Flight Crew Equipment (FCE) Facility

    • STAR, July 2000

  • United Space Alliance - JSC Operations

    • STAR, July 2000

  • SAIC

    • STAR, July 2000

  • Brown And Root Services Pioneer

    • Merit, September 2000, STAR, January 2002

  • Rigging and Welding Specialists

    • Merit, May 2001

RWS first sub to a sub to a prime

BRSP went for STAR even though knocked out of rebid

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Jsc team vpp works in progress

JSC Team VPP – Works in Progress

  • Lockheed-Martin, SEAT Onsite and Offsite

    • STAR, August 2001

  • NASA/JSC White Sands Test Facility

    • STAR, December 2001

  • Honeywell Technologies @ WSTF

    • STAR, January 2002

  • Oceaneering

    • Application targeted for April 2002

  • Hamilton Sundstrand

    • Application targeted for March 2002

  • Wyle Labs

    • Application targeted for April 2002

  • Boeing (Sonny Carter Training Facility)

    • Planning complete, beginning implementation, March 2002

Simultaneous Applications

Simultaneous Site Visit

Simultaneous Flag Ceremony

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Jsc vpp nasa works in progress

JSC VPP – NASA Works in Progress

  • Johnson Space Center

    • STAR May 1999

    • Re-certification July 29-Aug 2, 2002

  • White Sands Test Facility

    • STAR December 2001

  • Sonny Carter Training Facility

    • Application to submitted December 2001

    • *NASA Pre-assessment scheduled for April/May

      • Requesting HQ Code Q Support

  • Ellington Field

    • Completing External Safety Survey action items

    • Conducting Program and Procedures Review

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

WSTF and Honeywell VPP STAR Flag Ceremonies

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Wstf vpp status

WSTF VPP Status

WSTF / Honeywell VPP

  • OSHA Region VI Assessment performed August 2001

  • Simultaneous NASA & Honeywell assessment

  • Assessment team included OSHA, SGE (process safety), and New Mexico State OSH (observers)

  • Pilot VPP assessment review for New Mexico OSH program (WSTF app. used as template)

  • Over 100 maintenance items corrected concurrent with assessment activities

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Wstf vpp status cont d

WSTF VPP Status (cont’d)

WSTF / Honeywell VPP

  • Four “Star contingency” items identified

    • Improve hazard recognition -- training provided

    • Plan and implement machine guarding -- long and short term machine guarding plan in place

    • Institute effective ladder inspection process -- now subject to user inspection and annual integrity audit

    • Ensure integrity inspection performed and documented on all fall protection equipment -- now inventoried and subject to annual integrity audit

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Wstf vpp status cont d1

WSTF VPP Status (cont’d)

WSTF / Honeywell VPP

  • Contingency items were not formally noted in OSHA’s final report because of their confidence in WSTF’s corrective action process

  • All items have since been addressed

  • Formal VPP approval December 2001

  • Flag ceremony conducted February 26, 2002 with OSHA, NM OSH, NASA HQ, JSC, and Honeywell Corporate

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Wstf vpp status cont d2

WSTF VPP Status (cont’d)

WSTF / Honeywell VPP

Biggest Hurdles

  • Gaining understanding that VPP is above requirements

    This was particularly difficult when challenged to provide “regulations” for good Job Hazard Analysis practices - a good lesson in OSHA “expectations”

  • Ensuring that employee concerns (regulatory or not) are addressed objectively by management

  • Managing perceptions - use PEP as a measuring stick for effective communication

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Wstf vpp status cont d3

WSTF VPP Status (cont’d)

WSTF / Honeywell VPP

What Works

  • Benchmark, benchmark, benchmark

    Include labor representatives in benchmarking

  • Use frequent peer & mock assessments

  • HQ PV process is a good preparation

  • Let employees learn the regulations

  • Turn your safety & health professionals into consultants

    Answer questions and resist temptation to direct compliance because “you know what’s best”

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Jsc team safety metrics status

JSC Team Safety Metrics Status

  • Green = Meets or exceeds JSC Goal Yellow = Does not meet JSC Goal, but within 15%

  • Red = Does not meet JSC Goal, not within 15%

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Jsc vision hurt no one zero osha recordables center top 3 bbs categories to attack

JSC Vision: Hurt No One – Zero OSHA RecordablesCenter Top 3 (BBS) Categories to Attack:

Eyes on Path

Line of Fire

Repetition

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Eyes on Path

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

DuPont LWDC Frequency Rate = 0.1

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Sean Keprta (281) 483-7896 Stacey Nakamura (281) 483-4345


Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

  • Enhancements to Mishap Prevention - JSC

    • Off-The-Job Safety Initiative

      • Part of the “Safety-Triad”

        • Flight / Ground / Home

    • Emphasis on Contractors

      • Contractor Safety Forum

    • First Baby Steps in Behavior Based Safety

      • Awaiting New JSC Center Director’s “Go”

    • Promote VPP among Contractors

    • Maintain VPP Certification

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

  • Enhancements to Mishap Prevention - JSC

    • Root Cause Training (over and over again)

      • Pursuing COTS Software

      • United Space Alliance is using “REASON”

      • Pushing to have “Root Cause” facilitation software linkage in IRIS2

    • Re-Affirm Top Management Commitment to S&H Program

      • Assisting in New Center Director Transition

    • Aggressive Cof F / M&O Budget Partnering with JSC Center Operations Directorate

      • 2002 PEP results – employee write in comments

        • “Where’s the safety fix-it money?”

      • Need Code Q Support during HQ-level POP Process

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Wstf strategic planning for injury reduction

WSTF Strategic Planning for Injury Reduction

Objective 5-1

“Reduce each year’s injury and severity rates by 20 percent per year from the 1998–2000 baseline.”

  • This is an aggressive objective to ensure WSTF pursues improvement from VPP application baseline.

  • WSTF philosophy -- “If zero is possible we must target it to have hope of achieving it.”

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Wstf strategic planning for injury reduction1

WSTF Strategic Planning for Injury Reduction

Achievements

  • NASA, HTSI, & Lynx (environmental subcontractor) all met 20% reduction in 2001

  • Additional 20% reduction achievable for ALL WSTF employees in 2002

    • Significant improvement is evident in L&M (construction & logistics subcontractor) performance since Summer 2001

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Wstf strategic planning for injury reduction2

WSTF Strategic Planning for Injury Reduction

Identifying Obstacles

Analysis with Keystone, Safety, Management, and HSE personnel of:

  • VPP gaps and assessment results

  • PEP scores and perceptions

  • Strategic Planning brainstorming efforts

  • Keystone inputs

  • Behavior Based Safety concepts

  • Unfinished business

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Wstf strategic planning for injury reduction3

WSTF Strategic Planning for Injury Reduction

The 4 Greatest Obstacles

#1 Winning Leadership Hearts and Minds

Supervisors/Leads must demonstrate safety leadership and be accountable for injury PREVENTION before the event

#2 Bolstering Employee Responsibility

Employee safety maturity is growing, but some do not take it as a personal responsibility for themselves AND their co-workers.

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Wstf strategic planning for injury reduction4

WSTF Strategic Planning for Injury Reduction

The 4 Greatest Obstacles

#3 Sharpening Awareness

Must continue to develop continuous awareness of hazardous circumstances, conditions, and behaviors

#4 Programming Hazard Abatement

Hazard identification and noncompliance processes are improving, but abatement efforts are inconsistent and inefficient

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

Task Work

Breakdown Structure

Boxes marked in red are 2002 priority tasks.

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Draft manager s vpp checklist draft

Management Leadership & Employee Involvement:

SUB-ELEMENTS

Get the entire team involved: employees and management

I have communicated and demonstrated my commitment to Safety & Health leadership.

1.1 Mgt. Commitment

1.2 VPP Commitment

I have periodic safety meetings or discuss safety topics in routine meetings with my employees.

1.1 Mgt. Commitment

1.2 VPP Commitment

I follow and enforce JSC's Safety and Health program

1.4 Written S&H Program

I consider Safety & Health in my budget planning.

1.3 Planning

1.6 Auth. & Resources

I emphasize accountability by incorporating Safety & Health in my employees’ Position Descriptions and Performance Plans. I also hold my support contractors to the same requirements.

1.7 Line Accountability

1.8 Contract Worker Coverage

My employees are the “energy” in my Safety & Health program.

1.9 Employee Involvement

DRAFT Manager's VPP Checklist DRAFT

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Draft manager s vpp checklist draft1

Worksite

Analysis:

Find the hazards

I ensure that all tasks and equipment are reviewed for Safety & Health impact, both before use, periodically during use and whenever changes are made.

1.3 Planning

2.1 Mgt. Understanding

2.3 Pre-Use Analysis

2.4 Hazard Analysis

I routinely inspect my work areas for safety, health, and fire hazards. I also involve my employees in the inspection. I track discrepancies found to closure

2.5 Routine Inspections

My employees report hazards they find and without fear of reprisal (they can also report hazards anonymously). I track these hazards to closure.

2.6 Employee Hazard Reporting System

I ensure that mishaps / incidents are thoroughly investigated and that remedial and corrective action is implemented.

2.7 Accident/Incident Investigation System

DRAFT Manager's VPP Checklist DRAFT

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Draft manager s vpp checklist draft2

Hazard Prevention & Control:

Eliminate all the hazards you can, control the rest

I make sure identified hazards are:

Posted for employee viewing,

Eliminated or controlled, and

Tracked to closure.

3.1 Certified Professional Resources

3.2 Hazard Elimination and Control

3.5 Hazard Correction Tracking

I make sure my employees utilize the JSC clinic for injuries or illnesses and I make sure my employees are up to date on physical exams, if required.

3.6 Occup. Healthcare Program

If required, I ensure that my equipment is maintained.

3.4 Prev. Maintenance

When appropriate, I take disciplinary action for Safety & Health infractions.

3.7 Disciplinary System

I have emergency plans and procedures.

3.8 Emergency Procedures

DRAFT Manager's VPP Checklist DRAFT

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Safety & Health Training:

Train & equip employees to work safely

I train and equip my:

Managers

Supervisors

Employees

To work safely - including training on PPE and annual training & drills in emergency procedures. I include safety and health training in my employees' training plans.

4.1 Program Description

4.2 Supervisors

4.3 Employees

4.4 Emergencies

4.5 PPE

4.6 Managers

DRAFT Manager's VPP Checklist DRAFT

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Monitor 18-24 inches away from the eyes. The top line of type at or slightly below eye-level.

Ears, shoulders, and hips aligned maintaining the back’s natural curves

If documents are used, document holder positioned next to the monitor screen

Arms make a 90o angle at elbows and forearms parallel to the floor. Elbows kept close to the body. Wrists straight.

Monitor and keyboard directly in front of user. Input devices, such as mouse, adjacent to keyboard.

Lower back fully supported. Use lumbar support cushion if necessary.

Legs make a 90o angle at the knee and thighs parallel to the floor

Feet should rest firmly on the floor or a foot rest.

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Remember:The best ergonomic advice is totake frequent breaks.A one-minute micro break every hour is recommended.

In other words:If you sit at a workstation for hoursand don’t move,you will eventually experience pain.

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  • NASA LLIS

    • JSC Chief Engineer is the Center of Gravity

      • Pulling together all programs and line organizations

    • JSC Safety Comment:

      • NASA needs to keep pushing “Project Management” training

      • Cannot assume LLIS content will solve root cause problem of “poor project management training and in-experience”

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Jsc safety health program is in excellent condition

BACKUP CHARTS

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Jsc safety health program structure

JSC Safety & Health Program Structure

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Jsc occupational health

JSC Occupational Health

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Jsc occupational safety

JSC Occupational Safety

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Jsc emergency operations

JSC Emergency Operations

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Jsc safety health forums

JSC Safety & Health Forums

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Wstf safety health functions

White Sands Test Facility

WSTF Safety & Health Functions

JSC Space

& Life Sciences

SA/Dave Williams

SD/Sean Keprta

JSC SR&QA

NA/John Casper

NS/Stacey Nakamura

JSC WSTF

RA/Joe Fries

QARSO-WSTF

NS3/David Loyd

WSTF TEAM

M. Leifeste HTSI

  • Safety & Health

  • Emergency Prep.

  • Quality Engineering

Medical Operations

Occupational Health

Services Contract

Ray GrubenCHS

WSTF TEAM

Program Assurance

Bill Blohm HTSI

  • Safety & Medical

  • Fire Protection & EMS

  • Quality Assurance

  • Security

  • Industrial Hygiene

  • Occupational Health Consultation


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