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Works Safely: People Cause Accidents

Works Safely: People Cause Accidents. No protective equipment No lockdown/tagout Dangerous shortcuts Working too fast Taking chances Cowboys/girls. SAFETY. Carelessness Costs! Oregon Workers Comp Paid in 2003: Total $296 Million Average Claim Cost Over $13K Safety Pays!. SAFETY.

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Works Safely: People Cause Accidents

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  1. Works Safely:People Cause Accidents • No protective equipment • No lockdown/tagout • Dangerous shortcuts • Working too fast • Taking chances • Cowboys/girls

  2. SAFETY Carelessness Costs! Oregon Workers Comp Paid in 2003: • Total $296 Million • Average Claim Cost Over $13K Safety Pays!

  3. SAFETY Who is responsible for safety? YOU! Lead from where you are!

  4. SAFETY What is the most effective thing YOU do to create a safe workplace?

  5. SAFETY Create A Safety Culture • Learn from yourself and others • Educate yourself and others • Advocate for safety • Demonstrate your commitment

  6. SAFETY Learn from Yourself and Others • Look at future risks • Evaluate your current program • Analyze your accident/injury history • Research attitudes about safety • Network with others

  7. SAFETY Educate Yourself & Others • Use educational resources • APWA • OR OSHA • T2 • Train your people in what matters • Formal training classes • On the job training • Job site safety inspections • Active coaching • Use your safety committees

  8. SAFETY Advocate for Safety • Know your constituents • Tune into WIFM • Honey attracts more flies than vinegar • Make your safety program AAA • Appealing • Appropriate • Action oriented • Be a Thoroughbred – Not a Nag!

  9. SAFETY Demonstrate Your Commitment • Set Goals • Make a plan • Work your plan • Show commitment at all levels of the organization • Catch people doing something right – • Encourage them! • Catch people doing something wrong – • Correct them!

  10. SAFETY Learn Educate Advocate Demonstrate Be a Leader – Save a Life!

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