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2009 HBR Safety Excellence Awards Best Practices. Computer Based Safety Training. Safety Training has been the single most important element of the safety program critical to our safety performance and success of our program.

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2009 hbr safety excellence awards best practices

2009 HBR Safety Excellence Awards Best Practices


Computer based safety training

Computer Based Safety Training

  • Safety Training has been the single most important element of the safety program critical to our safety performance and success of our program.

  •  As a company everyone from the CEO down through the organization completes Computer Based Safety Training (CBST) modules as part of the personal achievement goals for the year. The modules address both regulatory compliance issues and safe practices off the job.


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ComputerBased Safety Training

  • The CBST Training has resulted in a number of positive comments regarding raising awareness of the subject material. We have had 2 unsolicited testimonials that information retained from the CBST Program was life saving in off-the-job situations.

  • By applying the principles of hazard recognition and accident prevention that are imbedded in the CBST materials our employees can apply their lessons learned to both the working environment and their at-home situations. Reductions of work-related injuries and illnesses leads to a happier home life while applying those same principles at home can lead to a more productive employee at work.


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Computer Based Safety Training

  • The CBST training program consist of 3 different Cycles, 31 Subject Modules and 3 Groups

    • Cycles are groups of modules starting from Cycle 1 thru 3. Cycle 1 was initiated in 2003.

    • Groups are assigned depending on the employee’s level of exposure:

      • Group 1 = Personnel who may be exposed to plant/facility/project operations where they are temporarily visiting /working or assigned as a part of a project

      • Group 2 = All employees not included in Group 1

      • Group 3 = Emergency Response Team Members

  • Management and Supervisors can access and track training by:

    • Employee

    • Office

    • US/LAC Region


Us lac hse strategic plan 2003 2011 tom hix hse

July 1,

2003

July 1,

2004

July 1,

2005

July 1,

2006

July 1,

2009

July 1,

2007

July 1,

2008

July 1,

2010

July 1,

2011

Cycle 1

CBT

Cycle 1A

CBT

ASA

Cycle 2

CBT

STS

MS 10

Cycle 2A

CBT

Cycle 4

CBT

Cycle 3

CBT

ASA

Cycle 4A

CBT

MS 10

MS 30

MS 30

STS

US/LAC HSE Strategic Plan 2003 – 2011Tom Hix, HSE

Cycle 3A

CBT


2009 hbr safety excellence awards best practices

Computer Based Safety Training


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Computer Based Safety Training

Certificate of Course Mastery For completion of OSHA compliance training course through demonstration and understanding of course material for the creation of a safe workplace

STOECK, MICHAEL COREY (06536) Is hereby recognized by the USA Region HOUSTON - SOUTHWEST OPS Group SAFETY MANAGERS OFFICERS Department SAFETY MANAGEMENT Division On this day Tuesday, September 2 2008 For demonstrating a thorough understanding and the ability to apply the principles of Cycle 1 - Confined Space Entry (Web)COMPLETION OF THIS ON-LINE COURSE EQUATES TO 1 HOUR OF TRAINING


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Computer Based Safety Training

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