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Basic elements of a successful safety and health program

Basic Elements of a SuccessfulSafety and Health Program

Presented by:

Frank Dobson, CHST


What is a safety and health program

What is a Safety and Health Program?


Safety and health program

Safety and Health Program?

  • Safety Program Manual

  • Loss Prevention Program

  • Loss Run Program

  • Incident Prevention Program

  • Accident Prevention Program

  • Safety Management Program


Successful safety and health program is a

Successful Safety and Health Program is a…

  • Safety Management System


Introduction

Introduction

  • Safety Management System is an organized and structured means of achieving and maintaining high standards of safety performance.


Introduction1

Introduction

  • Safety Management System:

    • Protects the health and safety of employees

    • Systematic process that holds management accountable

    • Managing through goal setting

    • Core element of an organization


Introduction2

Introduction

  • Safety Management System:

    • Defines roles and responsibilities

    • Proactive performance measures

    • Holds individuals (everyone) accountable

    • Reduces hazards and prevents incidents

    • Continuous Management Process


Safety management system continuous improvement

Safety Management SystemContinuous Improvement

  • Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Assess and Establish a Baseline

  • Plan, Set Goals, Strategies and tactics

  • Implement Strategies and Tactics

  • Review and Adjust


Safety management system

Safety Management System


Safety management system1

Administrative/ Management

Elements

Operational/

Technical

Elements

Safety

Management

System

Cultural/Behavioral

Elements

Safety Management System


Administrative and management elements

Administrative and Management Elements

  • Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Organizational Communications and System Documentation

  • Assessments, Audits, and Evaluations


Operational and technical elements

Operational and Technical Elements

  • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation & Control

  • Workplace Design and Engineering

  • Operational Safety and Health Programs


Cultural and behavioral elements

Cultural andBehavioral Elements

  • Employee Involvement

  • Motivation, Behavior, and Attitudes

  • Training and Orientation


Safety management system2

Safety Management System


Safety management system3

Administrative/ Management

Elements

Operational/

Technical

Elements

Safety

Management

System

Cultural/Behavioral

Elements

Safety Management System


Administrative and management elements1

Administrative and Management Elements

  • Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Organizational Communications and System Documentation

  • Assessments, Audits, and Evaluations


Management leadership and commitment

Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Define Roles and Responsibilities

    • Senior Management

    • Safety and Health Staff

    • Manager and Supervisors

    • First Line Supervisors

    • Employees


Management leadership and commitment1

Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Performance Reviews and Appraisals

    • Communicating the results

      • Define problem (concerns)

      • Provide recommendations

      • Everyone is obligated and responsible


Management leadership and commitment2

Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Goals and Performance Objectives

    • Includes vision, mission, strategies

    • Picture of the possible future

    • Main purpose is to inspire and motivate

    • Helps employees and managers meet their responsibilities by setting target or benchmark


Management leadership and commitment3

Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Performance Measurements

    • Company standards must reflect relevant regulations

    • Conformance to best industry standards

    • Performance Objectives are observable and measurable


Management leadership and commitment4

Management Leadership and Commitment

  • Management Involvement

    • Promotes and participates

    • Verbally and Non-verbally

    • Attends meetings

    • Proper funding

    • Clearly stated written policies


Safety management system4

Administrative/ Management

Elements

Operational/

Technical

Elements

Safety

Management

System

Cultural/Behavioral

Elements

Safety Management System


Operational and technical elements1

Operational and Technical Elements

  • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation & Control

  • Workplace Design and Engineering

  • Operational Safety and Health Programs


Hazard recognition evaluation and control

Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control

  • Hazards in the Workplace can be created by:

    • Management practices

    • Equipment and materials used to perform work

    • Employees performing the work

    • Physical, biological, chemical and ergonomic surroundings


Hazard recognition evaluation and control1

Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control

  • Hazard Recognition and Evaluation

    • Job Safety Analysis

    • Safety Inspections

    • Injury/Illness/Incident Investigations

    • Industrial Hygiene exposure assessments

    • System Safety Reviews


Hazard recognition evaluation and control2

Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control

  • Root Cause Analysis

    • Must analyze to determine causal factors

    • Identify the root causes

    • Eliminate and/or control the hazards


Finding root cause

FINDING ROOT CAUSE

S 3 - 6


Hazard recognition evaluation and control3

Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control

  • Hazard Control

    • Engineering controls and redesign

    • Administrative controls

    • Personal Protective Equipment

    • Preventive Maintenance


Hierarchy of control

HIERARCHY OF CONTROL


Safety management system5

Administrative/ Management

Elements

Operational/

Technical

Elements

Safety

Management

System

Cultural/Behavioral

Elements

Safety Management System


Cultural and behavioral elements1

Cultural andBehavioral Elements

  • Employee Involvement

  • Motivation, Behavior, and Attitudes

  • Training and Orientation


Employee involvement

Employee Involvement

  • Important aspect of safety program

  • Committees mandated by some states

  • All phases of safety program

    • Design

    • Planning

    • Implementation

    • Evaluation


Employee involvement1

Employee Involvement

  • Involvement Tools

    • Self-Directed work teams

    • Safety circles

    • Safety committee

    • Physical hazard inspections

    • Job safety Observations


Employee involvement2

Employee Involvement

  • Organizational Roles

    • Safety & Health Professionals

      • Responsible

      • Accountable

      • Facilitator

    • Management

      • Leads by example

      • Remains visible

      • Commits resources


Employee involvement3

Employee Involvement

  • Safety Team Members

    • Established and written

    • Authority

    • Makeup

    • Training

    • Focus of responsibilities


Employee involvement4

Employee Involvement

  • Safety and Health Committees

    • Organization

      • All organizational levels are represented

      • Employee equal representation to management

      • Employees elected, voted or volunteer

      • Chaired by senior manager


Employee involvement5

Employee Involvement

  • Safety and Health Committees

    • Scope and Focus

      • Authority granted by management

      • Established mission and goals

      • Established responsibilities


Employee involvement6

Employee Involvement

  • Safety and Health Committees

    • Meetings

      • Scheduled monthly

      • Prepare agenda

      • Review activities and developments

      • Focused on progression


Employee involvement7

Employee Involvement

  • Safety and Health Committees

    • Communications

      • Generate reports

      • Create minutes for members and management

      • Prepare reports to employees through newsletters, magazines, bulletin board, memo, etc…

      • Establishes awareness and motivation in the facility


Employee involvement8

Employee Involvement

  • Individual Efforts

    • Employee basic responsibilities should include

      • Awareness and compliance of company practices and procedures

      • Awareness and compliance of emergency procedures

      • Commitment to ask for help

      • Commitment to report unsafe practices and conditions


Employee involvement9

Employee Involvement

  • Individual Efforts

    • Opinions, Suggestions and Input

      • Employee suggestion system

      • Job Safety Analysis

      • Safety and Health meetings

      • Perception Surveys


Employee involvement10

Employee Involvement

  • Employee Recognition

    • Building on strengths

      • Suggestions or recommendations to safety

      • Reduction of losses

      • Significant loss-free production hours

      • High level of safety awareness


Employee involvement11

Employee Involvement

  • Employee Recognition

    • Posting names on bulletin board

    • Issue certificate or plaques

    • Safety Awards Ceremony


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Safety Management System

    • Administrative and Management Elements

    • Operational and Technical Elements

    • Cultural and Behavioral Elements


Conclusion1

Conclusion

  • Safety Management System requires visible management leadership and commitment, involves employees in a meaningful way, uses both reactive measures and proactive measures and continuously improves.


Safety management system6

Safety Management System


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