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Step Onshore. John Moran Head of ICT SCI. In this presentation.. . Step Change is … What Step Change does How Step Change is makes a difference Can Step Change be extended onshore? A user needs analysis exercise. Construction slips again.

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step onshore

Step Onshore

John Moran

Head of ICT SCI

CONIAC June 2008

in this presentation
In this presentation..
  • Step Change is …
  • What Step Change does
  • How Step Change is makes a difference
  • Can Step Change be extended onshore?
  • A user needs analysis exercise

CONIAC June 2008

construction slips again
Construction slips again
  • RIDDOR rates of reported fatal injury to construction workers

CONIAC June 2008

who are step change in safety
Who are “Step Change In Safety”?
  • Started in 1997
  • Oil and Gas industry trade associations
  • Objective: To reduce the UK offshore Oil and Gas industry injury rate by 50%.

CONIAC June 2008

offshore any better
Offshore any better?
  • Lost Time Incident Frequency(includes fatalities)

CONIAC June 2008

who are step change in safety1
Who are “Step Change In Safety”?
  • A collaboration of best practice and learning:
    • Contractors
    • Operators
    • Trade associations
    • Trade unions
    • Regulator HSE

CONIAC June 2008

step change in safety vision
Step Change In Safety: Vision
  • “To make the UK the safest Oil and Gas Exploration and Production province in the world by 2010”

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manual handling to heavy lifts
Manual handling to heavy lifts
  • Step impacts all areas of safety

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internet is the medium
Internet is the medium
  • Step Change in Safety website

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a community built on communication
A community built on communication
  • Incident alerts are submitted directly by users
  • Moderated / facilitated by the Step Change team
  • Discussions are started and pursued in real time

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never stops pushing
…………….Never stops pushing
  • It pushes incident and near-miss description ‘alerts’

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never stops pushing1
…………….Never stops pushing
  • It pushes current news and events

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never stops pushing2
…………….Never stops pushing
  • It provides the sector with shared resources

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it pulls
It ‘pulls’………………………….
  • It ‘pulls’ debate and solutions

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never stops pushing3
…………….Never stops pushing
  • … pushes community solutions by return

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a safer community
A safer community
  • Step Change has built a community who communicate health and safety

CONIAC June 2008

step change usage
Step Change usage
  • 42,000 different users accessed last year
  • ¼ million page requests per month
  • Nearly 200 new members join each month
  • 17,000 members have contributed to 560 themes and 2,500 posts
  • Safety Alerts are sent to up to 3600 subscribers every day

CONIAC June 2008

step onshore extending collaboration
Step onshore – Extending collaboration
  • The offshore sector are keen to collaborate and share:
    • Because most safety incidents are independent of sector
    • To improve information flow to their sector
    • To increase the experience from which information is drawn
    • To generate greater leverage

CONIAC June 2008

step onshore extending collaboration1
Step onshore – Extending collaboration
  • Ownership
    • Step Change own offshore information
    • SCI own dissemination platform
    • ConstructionSkills would own onshore information
  • The Offshore sector would:
    • Broadcast content to an equivalent Construction system
    • Accept, filter and re-broadcast content from an equivalent Construction system

CONIAC June 2008

step onshore collaboration
Step onshore –Collaboration
  • Collaboration would be enabled by:
    • Construction Skills sponsorship of a Construction focussed system
    • Formation of an equivalent Construction Collaboration
    • Use of the same dissemination platform

CONIAC June 2008

step onshore so no problems then
Step onshore – So no problems then?
  • Is there the will to do something?
  • Can Sector fragmentation be addressed?
  • Legal barriers?
  • Integration with existing information flows
  • Is there financial support?

CONIAC June 2008

step onshore the prize
Step onshore – The prize
  • A positive influence on safety
  • A collaboration with LARGE ‘gravitational pull’
  • Engagement with important co-sponsors
  • Use of combined resources to develop services

CONIAC June 2008

step onshore engaging the sector
Step onshore – Engaging the sector
  • Is there the will to do something?
  • Who to talk to?
  • What are the key issues to address?

CONIAC June 2008