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Analysis of Reported Events Past 12 Months. 41 medical reports since October 1 2 DARTS since last March. Both were ergonomic / repetitive work issues 7 Notable Events since March; see next slides for more info. 3. Safety Observations – FY 2013 top 5. % All Safes: Q412 – 81%

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analysis of reported events past 12 months
Analysis of Reported Events Past 12 Months
  • 41 medical reports since October 1
    • 2 DARTS since last March. Both were ergonomic / repetitive work issues
    • 7 Notable Events since March; see next slides for more info

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safety observations fy 2013 top 5
Safety Observations – FY 2013 top 5

% All Safes:

Q412 – 81%

Q113 – 84%

Q213 – 88%

Q313 – 76%

  • Significant categories:
    • PPE continues to lead unsafe observations
      • Hard hats, safety glasses, hearing protection, gloves, etc
    • % All Safes decreased; new trainee groups and more observers / focus on high risk areas

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