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  1. Realizing Potential for Incident Free Operations Presenter’s Name and Title Location and Date

  2. Job Planning & De-briefing Practices

  3. “Many Ways People Can Get Hurt after finishing a Pre Job Safety Meeting” And potentially many different lessons learned…

  4. So let’s start at the beginning … A job has to get done and a plan to do that job must be developed. This job can be anything from drilling a 10,000 foot well, to welding a hand bracket to a basket, to mopping the floor in the galley. Where is a good place to begin this process?

  5. Job Planning and JSA Pocket Book Minimum Standard Page 2 The JSA Pocket Book is a perfect Resource for this process

  6. Pre Job (page 2) • Set up for a successful plan • Plan development and review • Inspection • Hazard identification • Communication • Mitigation and controls • Training • Debrief • Documentation • Doing the Job • (pages 3 and 5) • Incident Free Operation • Page 3 for: • Work Force Operational • Excellence Expectations • Page 5 for: • Working Tempo • and apply to specific • job details It’s all part of the Job • Post Job (Page 30) • Debrief • Documentation Plan Do Review

  7. Pre-Job Planning • Documents and permits • Equipment and materials • Work space inspection • Pre-Job Safety Meeting Plan From coaching, to planning the job, to getting permits completed, to pre-job meeting. It’s all part of the job.

  8. MUST HAVE in a Pre-Job Safety Meeting • JSA Pocket book • Sticker on hard hat • (centered if possible)

  9. MUST HAVE in a Pre-Job Safety Meeting • The Horseshoe set up

  10. Discuss Tasks & Hazards (use hazard wheel – page 13) 2. Discuss Possible Incidents, Assign Delegations (how to avoid incidents) Discuss E-Colors & Tendencies: How can I / you get hurt? What makes TOFS difficult for me? (2-3 examples) Steps for Running: JSA / Pre-Job Safety Meeting

  11. Steps for Running: JSA / Pre-Job Safety Meeting • 4. Ask for Examples of SWA/TOFS related to task from the group • (Rehearse examples of TOFS) • 5. Include & Integrate Chevron Tenets • 6. Plan to Debrief & Recycle Lessons Learned • (Record lessons learned where rig’s document • applied e.g. JSA, THINK PLAN, TRIC)

  12. Doing the Job • TENETS of Operation (pg 9) • Work Force OE Expectations (pg 3) • Hazards (pg 13) • Personality Tendencies pages (pgs 14 – 28) • Stop Work Authority (pg 31) Do The safer the plan, the more efficient the work.

  13. Post Job • Debrief (pg 30) • Collect lessons learned • Capture changes and document Review How did the job go? • What should we keep doing? • What should we change?

  14. Debriefing Process The debrief includes a discussion about the job and answers to three basic questions. What went well? What did not go so well? What will we do differently next time? The questions from the JSA Pocket Book can be used to lead this discussion. (page 30)

  15. Debrief JSA Pocket book JSA Page 30 Lessons Learned

  16. Debrief Session Checklist (JSA Pocket Book Page 30) • Did the job proceed as the steps were laid out in the plan? • How did each team member think that their part in the job went? • Did all the tools identified in the plan perform as they should have? • Do any of the tools used need repair, or need to be replaced? • Were communications adequate during the job?

  17. Debrief Session Checklist (JSA Pocket Book Page 30) • Did we involve the right people in the planning and execution of the job and in this debrief? • Are there any changes to the PPE that should be considered the next time the job is done? • Would it be a benefit to have a job monitor during the execution of the job, the next time it is done? • Were any Stop Work Authority events missed by the team? • What safety devices could be added to make the job safer? (e.g., barriers, tape, etc.)

  18. Debrief Session Checklist (JSA Pocket Book Page 30) • Does the written plan need to be modified to reflect improvement opportunities? • Does this job require a formal written plan to be developed? • How could the tasks have been completed more efficiently? • Were there any actions or behaviors that reflected E-Colors learning opportunities? • Have we agreed upon Actions and assigned Responsibilities?

  19. Communication It’s all about communicating effectively.

  20. Each personality will have different experiences of the job Obtaining the right amount of information Improving interaction with people Improving Teamwork Better results

  21. Each personality has different questions and answers HOW? WHO? WHY? WHAT?

  22. Debriefing assures that we collect all these different points of view and lessons learned

  23. Incident Free Operations Start Right Here, Right Now!!!