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Creating a Breakthrough in Safety Performance. An Integral Approach. STEPS. Intent of the Conversation. To examine and appreciate the commitments, behaviors, culture, and system requirements of any honest intent to eliminate injury. If Incident and Injury Free

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Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

Creating a Breakthrough in

Safety Performance

An Integral Approach

STEPS


Intent of the conversation
Intent of the Conversation

To examine and appreciate the commitments, behaviors, culture, and system requirements of any honest intent to eliminate injury.


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

If Incident and Injury Free

is not simply another way of saying “Zero Injuries”

What is it?


What injury free is not
What Injury-Free is NOT

  • It is NOT about statistics

  • It is NOT a goal, but rather a journey

  • It is NOT a guarantee

  • It is NOT a prescription

  • It is NOT the elimination of all risks


What is injury free
What is Injury-Free?

  • It is about caring for one another and demonstrating that you care on a daily basis

  • It is about all workers going home safely every day– no kidding

  • It is about a mindset intolerant of any injury

  • It is about taking responsibility for your own safety and those who work with you and around you


What is injury free1
What is Injury-Free?

  • It is about taking action when you see potentially unsafe behavior or conditions

  • It is about being proactive and asking questions such as, “What is the most dangerous thing that can happen to us on this job/task and how can we mitigate against it?”

  • It is about an attitude of choosing to follow the safety rules and procedures (versus having to follow them)


How we look at injuries

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How We Look at Injuries

S

e

v

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r

i

t

y

Death

Lost Work Day

Medical Treatment

First Aid

Near Miss

From the perspective of severity, there is a huge difference between the consequences of a near-miss and of a fatality.

And there is a huge difference in our responses to them.


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

How We Look at Injuries

2

Death

C

a

u

s

e

Lost Work Day

Medical Treatment

First Aid

Near Miss

From the perspective of cause, the difference between a near-miss and a fatality is 1 second, or 1 mm.

Doesn’t this make our differences in response seem odd?


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?

?

How We Look at Injuries

3

Cause

Severity

Death

Lost Work Day

Medical Treatment

First Aid

Near Miss

Are there sources we haven’t confronted?


Worldwide work related fatalities

EVERY

DAY

EVERY

MINUTE

EVERY

SECOND

Worldwide Work Related Fatalities

Source: International Labour Organisation, 15th World Congress on Occupational Safety and Health, 1999

EVERY

YEAR

250 million accidents cause absence from work

1,095,000 of these accidents are fatal

  • 685,000 accidents cause absence from work

    • 3,000 of these accidents are fatal

  • 475 accidents cause absence from work

    • 2 of these accidents are fatal

8 accidents cause absence from work


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

  •   = 685,000 accidents every day

  •   = 475 accidents every minute

  •   = 8 accidents every second

“… but it won’t happen to me”

3,000 people are killed by work every day

= 2 people every minute


Evolution of safety management

No

Formal

Interest

Evolution of Safety Management

  • No industry consistency

  • Minimal efforts

  • No formal compensation

  • Production is paramount

  • Individual purely instrumental



Evolution of safety management1

Reactive & Responsive

Evolution of Safety Management

  • Worker’s Compensation Act

  • Industry reacts

  • Improvement: big step change

  • Minimum necessary compliance

No

Formal

Interest


Evolution of safety management2

Reactive & Responsive

Preventative

Evolution of Safety Management

  • Precedes and is then influenced by quality

  • Legitimate field of study

  • Next big step change

No

Formal

Interest


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

No Formal Interest

Reactive Era (Incident Based)

Preventive Era (Process Based)

Incident & Injury Rate

Effectively addressed

unsafe conditions

Number & Severity of Injuries

1940

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

No Formal Interest

Incident & Injury Rate

Effectively addressed

unsafe conditions

Reactive Era (Incident Based)

Preventive Era (Process Based)

Number & Severity of Injuries

Nine out of ten injuries today

Occur in

SAFE CONDITIONS

Human Side of Safety

1940

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000


Evolution of safety management3

Reactive & Responsive

Preventative

CREATIVE

Evolution of Safety Management

Causing something to happen;

No

Formal

Interest

no longer preventing something from happening


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

The Elimination of Worker Injury

  • Saying it

  • Believing it

  • Meaning it

Is your company’s Injury Free focus really code for

“Doing the best we can?”


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G

R

O

U

P

Putting People in the Picture

OBJECTIVE

SUBJECTIVE

OBJECTIVE

I

N

D

I

V

I

D

U

A

L

INTENTION

VALUES

ATTITUDE

COMMITMENT

RESPONSIBILITY

EXPERIENCE

BEHAVIOR

PLANS

ACTIONS

DECISIONS

PERFORMANCE

ACCURACY

CULTURE

SHARED VALUES

ETHICS

MORALE

MYTHS AND LEGENDS

JUSTICE

FAIRNESS

COVENANTS

SYSTEMS

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURES

WORK PROCESSES

POLICY AND PROCEDURES

SHARED METRICS

CONTRACTS

An Integral Approach to Safety

 JMJ Associates 1998

(Adapted from a model created by Ken Wilber)


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

“The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.”

- Michelangelo


Creating a breakthrough in safety performance

An Integral Approach to too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.”

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