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The Road to Zero:. A Strategy for an Effective Accident Prevention Program. Guiding Principles. Prevention starts at the top Commitment at all levels Individual empowerment * A significant portion of this presentation is based on the Bethlehem Steel safety manual.

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the road to zero

The Road to Zero:

A Strategy for an Effective Accident Prevention Program

guiding principles
Guiding Principles
  • Prevention starts at the top
  • Commitment at all levels
  • Individual empowerment

* A significant portion of this presentation is based on the Bethlehem Steel

safety manual.

requirements for an organized accident prevention process
Requirements for an Organized Accident Prevention Process
  • Establish goals and policies
  • Provide means to achieve goals
  • Establish and communicate responsibilities
  • Develop knowledge and skill requirements
  • Create favorable safety motivation
  • Provide accountability
accident prevention tools
Accident Prevention Tools
  • Risk analysis
  • Rules and procedures
  • Training
  • Observations
  • Inspections
  • Accident investigation
risk analysis
Risk Analysis
  • Identify hazards and potential accidents
  • Develop preventive measures
  • Start with high risks
  • Develop a Risk Analysis
  • Use Risk Analysis as training guide
safety training
Safety Training
  • Know hazards and safety procedures
  • New employee orientation
  • Pre-job safety instructions
  • Planned safety contacts
planned safety observations
Planned Safety Observations
  • Correct unsafe practices
  • Conduct systematic and regular observations
  • Jobs and employees that require increased observations
  • Benefits of planned observations
planned safety inspections
Planned Safety Inspections
  • Correct unsafe condition on the spot
  • Conduct systematic and regular inspections
  • Develop safety inspection analyses
  • Use safety inspection checklists
accident investigation reporting and follow up
Accident Investigation, Reporting, and Follow-Up
  • Establish actions to prevent recurrence
  • Report all accidents, including near misses
  • Analyze causes and recommend actions
  • Control planned corrective actions
  • Conduct accident data analysis
motivating employees to work safely
Motivating Employees to Work Safely
  • Lead by example
  • Develop a foundation for cooperation
  • Increase incentives and decrease disincentives
evaluating safety performance
Evaluating Safety Performance
  • Data analysis and statistics
  • Accident prevention tools
  • Internal audits
managing an effective accident prevention process
Managing an EffectiveAccident Prevention Process
  • Get involved and lead by example
  • Promote accident prevention tools and objectives
  • Clearly communicate responsibilities
  • Have a written plan
  • Make time to use accident prevention tools effectively