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Tucson Electric Power Safety Culture. 2013. Safety Programs & Initiatives. Programs Employee Based Safety Leadership that P revents I njury Reporting Near Misses Changes in Overhead Protection Job Hazard Analysis Safety Process Analysis Cause Maps Changes in Crew Sizes.

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Tucson electric power safety culture
Tucson Electric Power Safety Culture

2013


Safety programs initiatives
Safety Programs & Initiatives

  • Programs

    • Employee Based Safety

    • Leadership that Prevents Injury

    • Reporting Near Misses

    • Changes in Overhead Protection

    • Job Hazard Analysis

    • Safety Process Analysis

    • Cause Maps

  • Changes in Crew Sizes

  • Initiatives

    • Target Zero

    • Working in a Manner that Prevents Injury

    • Change in Crew Sizes

    • Custom Tailboards

    • Personal Protective Grounding

    • Leadership & Employee Involvement




Employee based safety ebs
Employee Based Safety (EBS)

Program driven by employees, for employees.

Design Phase 2009

EBS implementation 2010

Key Features – Discipline free, voluntary, positive reinforcement, anonymous, short and simple, immediate feedback, frequent

Training provided by Quality Safety Edge


Observations
Observations

Observation Steps

Participation

  • Observation introduction

  • Observe employee 2 – 3 mins.

  • Fill out observation

  • Provide employee feedback

    • 2 positive reinforcements

    • 1 concern (if necessary)

  • 3 Checklists

    • Worksite

    • Driving

    • Office

  • 4 observation to participate


Steering committees
Steering Committees

Steering Committee members meet on a monthly basis

Members review all observations

Address safety concerns

Implements monthly safety action plan

Establish participation goals

Plans celebrations and recognize employees


EBS Safety Action Plan Results

Working In A Manner That Prevents Injury



Removed tripping hazards
Removed Tripping Hazards from Boxes

Fleet



Repave to eliminate tripping forklift hazard
Repave to Eliminate Tripping & Forklift Hazard from Boxes

Before

After

Fab Weld Shop


Parking blocks installed to eliminate hitting fence
Parking Blocks Installed to Eliminate Hitting Fence from Boxes

Metering & Substations


Fall protection training
Fall Protection Training from Boxes

Substations






Fr pants all t d
FR Pants – All T&D injury

All T&D


Leadership that prevents injury 8 essential safety skills
Leadership That Prevents Injury injury 8 Essential Safety Skills

  • Planning and Preparation

  • Job Design

  • Teamwork

  • Communication

  • Task Management

  • Situational Awareness

  • Decision Making

  • Debriefing


Near misses and safety concerns
Near Misses and Safety Concerns injury

Employee brainstorming sessions

Various reporting methods

Anonymous

Online format


Overhead protection
Overhead Protection injury

If you cannot maintain MAD, the line must be de-energized and grounded


Crew sizes
Crew Sizes injury

  • 4 man minimum on all Line Crews

    • Minimum 2 journeyman

      • Crew leader for observation only

      • Lead Journeyman

      • Apprentice or Groundman


Customized tailboards
Customized Tailboards injury

  • Aerial Line Patrol

  • Access

  • Construction

  • Design Group

  • ERTF

    • Shop

    • Field

  • Fabrication Welding

    • Shop

    • Field

  • Fleet

    • Shop

    • Field

  • Feeder Group

  • HEAT

  • Metering

  • Office

  • Outside Services

  • Protective Goods

  • Quality Control Damage Investigators

  • Relay/Communications

  • Substations

  • Transmission

  • Trouble


Feeder Daily Tailboard injury

“People Don’t Plan to Fail, they Fail to Plan”

Date:_________ WR#____________ Crew Leader:________________ Address:______________________________________

Pre-job Planning/Preparation:

Situational Awareness

(Area Inspection/Hazard Assessment)

Area Specific Hazards:

Traffic:

Personal & Public Safety:

What’s Hot, What’s Not:

Pull Box Safety: (air quality, asbestos)

Work Environment:

Other:

Job Design/Procedures

(Hazard Controls)

Area Specific Controls:

Communication

Emergency Information

Mayday Duties:

Nearest Medical Facility:

Medical Concerns:

Contact Info:

Maproom: 745-3280

Systems: 745-7175

Dave Wagner: 275-9881

Warehouse: 745-3545

Auto Shop: 745-3512

Job Site Objectives:

Meeting Location:

  • Pre-Job Checklist:

  • Review Maps & Prints:

  • Gas Sniffer:

  • Rescue Devices:

  • Greenlee:

  • Pulling Sock & Soap

  • Feeder Tube:

  • Swivel/Pulling Eyes:

  • Job Material:

  • Pelsue:

  • Easy Up:

Procedure Controls and Permits

Clearances:

Location of Grounds:

Hold #’s:

Accepted: Released:

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Yes/No

Substation Check In: Check Out:

Debriefing Conducted By/Notes:

PPE: Eye Protection: FR Attire/Clothing:

Hard Hat: Foot Protection:

Hearing Protection: Reflective Vest:

Glove Type: Fall Protection Type:

EBS Safety Action Plan:

8 Essential Safety Elements v Job Design/Procedures v Planning/Preparationv Communication v Mutual Support/Teamwork v

v Task Management v Situational Awareness v Decision Making v Debriefing/Lessons Learned v

Revised: 12/27/2010


Transmission Daily Tailboard injury

“People Don’t Plan to Fail, they Fail to Plan”

Date:_________ WR#____________ Crew Leader:________________ Address:______________________________________

Pre-job Planning/Preparation:

Situational Awareness

(Area Inspection/Hazard Assessment)

Area Specific Hazards:

Personal & Public Safety:

Energized/De-energized Equipment:

Work Environment:

Job Design/Procedures

(Hazard Controls)

Area Specific Controls:

Communication

Emergency Information:

Mayday Duties:

Medical Concerns/Allergies:

Contact Info:

Maproom:

Systems:

Transmission:

Job Site Objectives:

Traffic:

  • US Healthworks

  • 888 S Craycroft Rd

  • 1661 W Grant Rd

  • 2945 W Ina #103

Meeting Location:

745-3280

745-7175

745-3210

Radio Channel:

Procedure Controls and Permits

Clearances:

Location of Grounds:

Hold #’s:

  • Pre-Job Checklist:

  • Review Maps & Prints:

  • Material Staged/Loaded:

  • PPE Required:

  • Safety Glasses

  • Hard Hat

  • Safety Toe Shoes

  • Glove Type: Class 2 Class 3 Leather Other:___________

  • Fall Protection: Tower Bucket Other:_______________

  • FR Attire

  • Hearing Protection

  • Reflective Vest

Yes/No

Yes/No

EBS Safety Action Plan:

8 Essential Safety Elements v Job Design/Procedures v Planning/Preparationv Communication v Mutual Support/Teamwork v

v Task Management v Situational Awareness v Decision Making v Debriefing/Lessons Learned v

Revised: 2/08/2012


Design Group Daily Tailboard injury

Date:_____________________ Address/Location:_____________________________________________________________

Situational Awareness

Area Specific Hazards:

Excavation:

Tripping:

Pinch Points:

Overhead:

Energized:

Animal :

Weather:

Traffic:

Other/What if:

Job Design/Procedures

Area Specific Controls:

  • Emergency Information:

  • 911, Call Maproom/Supervisor

  • Nearest Hospital/ER:

  • Medical Concerns/Allergic Reactions:

  • Contact Info:

  • Maproom:

  • Auto shop:

  • Metering:

  • Warehouse:

  • Supervisors:

  • Cynthia Garcia: 980-5137

  • Eileen Dickerson: 904-5767

  • Todd Stocksdale: 603-2328

  • Alfredo Sotelo: 338-1865

  • _______________________

  • Lessons Learned:

  • Pre-job Planning/Preparation:

  • Work Description:

  • Site Visit

  • Service Inspection

  • Crew Visit

  • Civil Inspection

  • Duct/Trench

  • Pull Box

  • Concrete

  • Backfill

  • Mandrel Pull

  • Pole Staking

  • Other:

  • Review Maps & Prints: Yes/No

  • Review Route Hazards: Yes/No

  • Proper Tools/Material: Yes/No

  • Tailboard Filled out by:

  • Briefing conducted by:

  • Same as above

  • Other:

  • Work Request/Contact Code #’s:

745-3280

745-3512

745-3175

745-3545

  • PPE Required:

  • Safety Glasses

  • Hard Hat

  • Gloves _________

  • Safety Toe Shoes

  • FR Attire

  • Hearing Protection

  • Reflective Vest

  • Volt Alert

  • Sniffer

8 Essential Safety Skills v Job Design/Procedures v Planning/Preparationv Communication v Mutual Support/Teamwork v

v Task Management v Situational Awareness v Decision Making v Debriefing/Lessons Learned v

Revised: 07/25/2013


Tailboard review

Tailboard Review injury

Superintendents Review and Recognize Employees


Notes: injury

Attendees/Signatures (Print/Sign)

Apprentice

Step

Task Assignments Print Name Employee # Signature

If an employee has never performed a task before, please review procedures in detail

Team Lead Review: Supervisor Review: Superintendent Review:

Feedback:

Feedback Discussed With: Employee Signature:

Review Date: Feedback Date:


Job hazard analysis jha
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) injury

Identify a task

Identify each step in the task

Identify each hazard associated with the step

Identify mitigations for that hazard


Jha example
JHA injury Example


Safety process analysis spa
Safety Process Analysis (SPA) injury

  • Measurement of safety

    • Compliance

    • Leadership Involvement

    • Employee Involvement

  • Conducts annual compliance audits of each work group

  • Conducts leadership and employee perception surveys

  • Establishes goals for the following year


Spa examples
SPA Examples injury

  • Compliance:

    • Substation fences are grounded and bonded.

  • Leadership:

    • The area manager meets individually with the area superintendents or directors to review established safety goals and objectives for their area of responsibility. (Documentation required)


Spa examples1
SPA Examples injury

  • Employee:

    • I am provided with all of the tools and equipment I need to perform my work safely.

    • I can work with my supervisor to solve any safety concern I have at work.

    • Safety Hazards in our workplace are corrected or repaired in a timely manner.


Personal protective grounding
Personal Protective Grounding injury

Formed a committee of Engineers, Leadership, & Journeyman

Went to other Utilities and had experts come in to teach classes

Created Procedure and Best Work Practices

Trained the Crews


Cause maps
Cause Maps injury

All incidents are cause mapped (except non-preventables)


Leadership involvement
Leadership Involvement injury

Joint Safety Committee Meetings

Development of Leadership Topics

Annual Crew Audits

Show Up Safety Meetings

Quarterly Safety Stand Downs


Safety day
Safety Day injury

Committee includes employees and leadership

Celebration of Safety Successes

Annual Basis

Guest Speakers

Food and Activities



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