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10 Ways to Boost Your Employee Involvement. GE Healthcare’s: Joel Glazer , Chuck Emery, John Kolb. Agenda. Introductions Employee Involvement Programs Grassroots Recruitment Area Teams Reward & Recognition Communication Cross Functional Team Members Leadership by Example

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10 ways to boost your employee involvement

10 Ways to Boost Your Employee Involvement

GE Healthcare’s:

Joel Glazer , Chuck Emery, John Kolb

agenda
Agenda
  • Introductions
  • Employee Involvement Programs
  • Grassroots Recruitment
  • Area Teams
  • Reward & Recognition
  • Communication
  • Cross Functional Team Members
  • Leadership by Example
  • Support of Leadership
  • Pride of Ownership
  • Light-Hearted Interaction
introduction
Introduction

Joel Glazer

Title: Production Associate, WSO MRB Controller XRAY/CT-PET

EHS Responsibility: Element Owner/Leader/PPE Auditor, Accident Prevention Team Auditor, EHS Council, Fire Response Team, SGE, Area Safety Representative

Years of Service: 37

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Introduction

Chuck Emery

Title: Advanced Electronic Technician CT Detectors Manufacturing

EHS Responsibility: Element Owner, EHS Council, Fire Response Team, Medical Response Team, Spill Response Team, PPE Team, LOTO Team, 3rd Shift Safety Champion

Years of Service: 4

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Introduction

John Kolb

Title: CT Manufacturing Test Bay Advanced Technician

EHS Responsibility: Element Owner Accident Investigation, 3rd Shift EHS Champion, Emergency Preparedness, Team Incident Commander, PPE Team Auditor, LOTO Trainer, Power Industrial Truck Trainer

Years of Service: 17

facility info
Facility Info

GE Healthcare – Waukesha South

  • America’s Healthcare HQ
  • Products: CT, X-Ray, PET
    • 680 MFG and MFG Support Staff
    • 1,300 Engineering and Office
  • 753,000 Square Foot Facility
  • 10 Functional Safety Teams
  • Ecoimagination
    • 1873 Solar Panels
    • Waste Treasure Hunts
    • Various Recycling Programs

VPP Star Site

Initial Certification: 2/1999

Re-Certification: 4/2003

2nd Re-Certification: 11/2008

employee involvement programs
Employee Involvement Programs
  • “All in for Safety” Casino Theme
  • “Score a Touchdown with Safety” Football Theme
  • “F.I.S.H.” First In Safety and Health
  • EHS Events/Fairs
    • Shoe Fair
    • Yearly Clean-Up Day
grassroots recruitment
Grassroots Recruitment

Production Associates/Technicians in Leadership Roles:

  • Element Owners
  • KPO Program/Lean
area teams
Area Teams

Cross-Functional Teams (Shifts, PA’s, Techs, Engineers, Managers) responsible for OPS Metrics:

  • Audit Findings
  • Near Miss/Safety Concerns
  • Training
  • Ergonomics
reward recognition
Reward & Recognition
  • Got Ya’ Tickets
  • PPE Drink Tickets
  • Hero Awards
  • Team Lunches/Outings
  • Reflected in Team Goals & Objectives
communication
Communication
  • Timely Emails on Injury Reports
  • Monthly Safety Meetings
  • Weekly Plant Meetings
  • Events
  • Mascots
  • Wall of Safety
  • Ergo Stretching Walls
cross functional team members
Cross Functional Team Members
  • Talking with peers one-on-one / comfortable atmosphere
  • Adds credibility to the team
  • Different perspectives
  • Inclusive not exclusive
leadership by example
Leadership by Example
  • Housekeeping tours completed by managers and employees
  • EHS stand down day: safety over production
  • Managers as element owners
  • EHS Council
support of leadership
Support of Leadership
  • Setting expectations
  • Allocating time and funds
  • Recognizing employees who participate
pride of ownership
Pride of Ownership
  • Find Fix It’s
  • Leads elements/area teams
  • Keeping employees in your department safe
  • Taking on additional responsibility
    • EHS representative
    • Area team
  • Pride of department: keep it clean/organized/safe
  • Leading by example
light hearted interaction
Light-Hearted Interaction
  • Getting rid of the us and them mentality
  • Joking around with team members (monthly contest: What is your best Wisconsin summer story?)
  • Getting messages across in a fun manner
  • Avoiding dated rhetoric
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10 Ways to Boost Your Employee Involvement
  • Employee Involvement Programs
  • Grassroots Recruitment
  • Area Teams
  • Reward and Recognition
  • Communication
  • Cross Functional Team Members
  • Leadership by Example
  • Support of Leadership
  • Pride of Ownership
  • Light-Hearted Interaction
questions
Questions?

Joel.glazer@ge.com

Vicky.glazer@ge.com

John.kolb@ge.com