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Mine Health and Safety Council. The Road to ZERO HAR M Presentation to SACEPA 30 January 2013 Sasol Club, Secunda “ SH & E…….Leaving footprints…… in your heart” Navin Singh Acting CEO MHSC. Contents. Background Changing Minds Changing Mines Results of the Project

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Mine Health and Safety Council

The Road to ZERO HARM

Presentation to SACEPA

30 January 2013

Sasol Club, Secunda

“SH& E…….Leaving footprints…… in your heart”

Navin Singh

Acting CEO

MHSC


Contents

  • Background

  • Changing Minds Changing Mines

  • Results of the Project

  • The Culture Transformation Framework

  • Conclusions

  • Way Forward




Our track record - Safety


Safety vs. Health

  • Prior to 2003 milestones, focus was on safety

  • Respirable related deaths approx 80%


The road to ZERO HARM

  • Attaining ZERO HARM is a journey

    • Long

    • Windy

    • Very bumpy

  • SAMI has achieved major successes but the challenge is ever-constant.



MHSC Mandate

  • Advise the Minister on all occupational health and safety issues in the mining industry relating to legislation, research and promotion

  • Review and develop legislation for recommendation to the Minister

  • Promotehealth and safety in the mining industry

  • Oversee research in relation to health and safety in the mining industry

  • Liaisewith other bodies concerned with health and safety issues

  • Advise the Minister on all occupational health and safety issues in the mining industry relating to legislation, research and promotion

  • Review and develop legislation for recommendation to the Minister

  • Promote health and safety in the mining industry

  • Oversee research in relation to health and safety in the mining industry

  • Liaise with other bodies concerned with health and safety issues


MHSC Overview

State

Labour

Employers

Legislation

Regulations

Guidelines

Standards

Health Policy

Health information

Health regulations

Research input

Research needs

Research programmes

HIV/AIDS and TB programmes

Operational Execution and Implementation

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MHSC Initiatives- OHS Summit

  • Over the years, MHSC focus has been to control workplace risks through technical aspects or the design of systems and controls.

  • MHSC undertook the project

  • Changing Minds, Changing Mines

  • to develop a framework into making a revolutionary change towards attaining zero harm in the sector.

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Developing the Framework

  • Over 3000 respondents

  • Range of

    • Commodities,

    • Mining methods

    • Provinces

    • Size of Mines

    • Stakeholders


How important is OHS at your workplace?

Respondents commented against 3 statements

Q 26. Everyone works safely here

Q 28. The people I work with take OHS seriously

Q 14. OHS has priority even when busy

  • 76% agreed

  • 60% take OHS seriously

  • 82% of respondents said that OHS takes priority even when busy


How important is OHS at your workplace?

In the previous slide

30% take shortcuts

  • If 76% agreed that everyone works safely

  • 82% said that OHS takes priority even when busy

  • Why then do we have this situation that 30% of respondents said that taking shortcuts is common occurrence

  • OHS gets sidestepped

46% OHS sidestepped


What are the issues at the workplace?

Respondents commented against 3 statements

Q 30. if someone hurt at work they are not blamed

Q 32. if you make a mistake you are not blamed

  • 40% said they are

  • 43% are blamed for mistakes


What are the issues at the workplace?

On issues of respect against 2 questions

Q 16. People are treated with respect?

Q 45. Are you treated fairly?

  • 31% or ± 1000 said no to beingtreated fairly

  • 25% had issues on being treated with respect




MHSC’s Culture Transformation

  • Vision

  • We, the Tripartite Stakeholders of the South African Mining Sector, see a future in which every mine employee shall return home unharmed every day.

  • Mission

  • Through the individual and collective efforts, each member of the South African Mining Sector, shall (led by the leaders and principals), adhere to the values of care and dignity towards respect for each other; not blaming but applying fair sanction through honesty, integrity and transparency, ensuring trust; equity and equality to attain ZERO HARM.


Initiatives – Activities

TRANSFORMING THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING INDUSTRY


Initiatives – Activities

TRANSFORMING THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING INDUSTRY



MHSC’s Culture Transformation

  • For each pillar:

  • MinimumStandards

  • Clearly outlinesthe intent


MHSC’s Culture Transformation

  • For each pillar:

  • MinimumStandards

  • Clearly outlinesthe intent

  • 2. Action Plan

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Timeframes


MHSC’s Culture Transformation

Performance against each pillar identified will be reported using a scoring system described as follows:

X

X

X

X

X

0 = no system/programme in place that meets the min stds.

1 = a new system/programme or a révision of existing isPLANNED to meet the min stds.

2 = a new system/programme or a révision of existing isDEVELOPED to meet the min stds.

3 = a new system/programme or a révision of existing isIMPLEMENTED to meet the min stds.

4 = a new system/programme or a révision of existing isIMPLEMENTED AND REVIEWED for suitability


MHSC’s Culture Transformation

Performance against each pillar identified will be reported using a scoring system described as follows:

X

X

X

X

X

Total score is the sum of each score of eachpillar

Mining Charter has allocation of 2 then,

Final score is TOTAL SCORE/10


MHSC’s Culture Transformation

All the information can be found on the website www.mhsc.org.za

Or visit the MHSC Stand at the back


Attaining ZERO HARM

Each set is critically important to the reach the target…

The right mind set….

Doing the right things….

With the right support….


Attaining ZERO HARM

The MHSC continues to work tirelessly to make a meaningful contribution towards the realisation of ZERO HARM at South African mines.

Reaching the industry’s 2013 milestones is indeed a mammoth task that calls for dedication and co-operation from all


Attaining ZERO HARM

Supported by

Driven by

Towards


Attaining ZERO HARM

Culture Transformation Framework was approved by the principals on the 18th of November 2011


Attaining ZERO HARM

Our Principals have signed.

Have You?

Make YOUR pledge atthe MHSC stand


Thank you

Mine Health and Safety Council

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