De-briefing Practices. Presenter’s Name and Title Location and Date. Safety, Efficiency & Reliability. If: …we want to be sure workers remain safe and nobody ever get’s hurt, …we want to be an organization recognized for high reliability,
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Presenter’s Name and Title
Location and Date
Safety, Reliability, Efficiency
After the Job
Debrief – Capture Lessons Learned, Review and Revise the JSA
During the Job
Observation & Supervision – Tool: BBS inspection form; Stop Work Authority
Prior to the Job
Effective Pre Job Meeting / JSA / Incident Review – Tool: Energy Hazard Wheel, Pre Job Prompt Cards, E-Colors
is executed, it is time to debrief
The debrief should include a discussion about the task and answers to three basic questions.
What went well?
What did not go so well?
What will we do differently next time?
The questions from the JSA Pocket Book can be used to lead this discussion.
JSA Pocket book
JSA Page 30
It’s all about communicating, effectively
Obtaining the right
amount of information
Debriefing assures that we collect all these different points of view and any lessons learned
Assign an observer for each group to give feedback about what they observed in terms of teamwork through an E-Colors perspective.
After each group finishes, have the presenter from each group present their debrief. Then ask for feedback from the observer.