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presents

ACCESS SAFETY

Occupational Safety & Health

Training Project

in partnership with:

MIOSHA CET Division

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This material was prepared under a Consultation Education and Training (CET) Grant awarded by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA). MIOSHA is part of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). Points of view or opinions stated in this document do not necessarily reflect the view or policies of LARA.

Todd Culver, Project Director

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safety

safety

SAFETY!

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Start with the basics,

Safety

Safety and Health Management Systems

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What?
  • Definition-
  • ASafety and Health Management System (SHMS) is a systematic approach to managing safety and health activities by integrating occupational safety and health programs, policies, and objectives into organizational policies and procedures.
  • SHMS is a set of safety and health program components that interact in an organized way.
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Why?

Safety and Health Management Systems

  • Reduce the number and severity of work- related accidents and illnesses.
  • Managers and employees can work together
  • Proactive approach
  • The benefits: fewer lost work days, lower workers' compensation costs and higher employee morale and productivity.
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How?

There are five primary elements to an effective Safety and Health Management system:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Task

Process

Develop a system to ensure guards stay functional

  • Fix or replace a guard on a machine

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characteristics of an effective shms
Characteristics of an Effective SHMS
  • Adaptability and ease of use
    • Needs to be used and understood by all employees
    • During development, keep in mind those with disabilities who may need various methods of understanding the system
    • Easy to understand and implement
    • SHMS should be adaptable to allow changes and improvements in your organization.
    • In an effective SHMS, employees look for ways to make their work environment safer for themselves and their coworkers.
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Five primary elements:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
management commitment
Management Commitment
  • Provides,
  • Motivation
  • Resources
  • Controlling Activities
  • Role modeling
management commitment1
Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
management commitment2
Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
  • Safety and Health Person
management commitment3
Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
  • Safety and Health Person
  • Develop a written safety and health policy
management commitment4
Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
  • Safety and Health Person
  • Develop a written safety and health policy
  • Establish Benchmarks
management commitment5
Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
  • Safety and Health Person
  • Develop a written safety and health policy
  • Establish Benchmarks
  • Communicate! Communicate! Communicate
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Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
  • Safety and Health Person
  • Develop a written safety and health policy
  • Establish Benchmarks
  • Communicate! Communicate! Communicate!
  • Recognition
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Management Commitment
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety and Health Vision Statement
  • Safety and Health Person
  • Develop a written safety and health policy
  • Establish Benchmarks
  • Communicate! Communicate! Communicate!
  • Recognition
  • Review
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Five primary elements:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
employee involvement
Employee Involvement

Recommendations:

You can involve employees by asking them to:

  • Participate in accident or incident investigations.
  • Conduct workplace or departmental safety and health inspections.
  • Develop and/or evaluate written safety procedures.
  • Participate in safety and health committees.
  • Assist in safety training of other employees.

Eliminate Barriers

  • Top management must “walk the talk”
  • Allow employees to attend meetings or training sessions
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Employee Involvement
  • Establish a Safety & Health Committee:
    • Involves employees
    • Provide Support
    • Accountability
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Five primary elements:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
worksite analysis
Worksite Analysis
  • Analyze current injuries
  • Conduct a baseline survey
  • Ideas/suggestions
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Worksite Analysis
  • Change Management
  • Safety & Health Inspections
  • Near misses
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Five primary elements:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
hazard prevention and control
Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Engineering controls
  • Administrative controls
  • Personal protective equipment
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Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Recommendations:
  • Ergonomics
  • Safety and health work
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Five primary elements:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
training
Training
  • Recommendations:
  • Safety & Health
  • Safety and Health management System
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Five primary elements:

  • Management Commitment
  • Employee Involvement
  • Workplace Analysis
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Safety and Health Training
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Successful Implementation:

  • Requires work
  • Develop new or modified safety and health procedures and documents identified from assessments
  • Ensure adequate time and resources to train employees on all systems
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Review:

Periodic reviews or audits will help identify:

  • Problems or deficiencies in the system
  • Develop corrective actions
  • Keep you on track to meet safety goals and objectives
the cost of injuries
THE COST OF INJURIES
  • INJURY COST ICEBERG
  • Workers’ Comp.
  • Lost time
  • Break in new person
  • Tool/equip’t damage
  • Lost productivity
  • Competitive disadvantage
the cost of injuries its only the tip of the iceberg
THE COST OF INJURIES: Its Only the Tip of the Iceberg
  • THE HIDDEN COSTS ARE OFTEN GREATER THAN DIRECT
  • Medical & wage replacement costs can be much less than loss in earning power to employee and their family, and lost efficiency and productivity to company
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Safety and Health Management Systems

Benefits

  • Lowers Workers Compensation Cost
  • Increased Productivity
  • Increased Moral
  • Lower absenteeism
  • Increased Compliance
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CONTACT INFO

Gloria McMullan

Program Director

MARO

517-484-5588, ext. 4

gmcmullan@maro.org

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CONTACT INFO

You can also visit the MIOSHA website at

www.michigan.gov/mioshapublications

where additional information may be available; or contact the

Consultation, Education & Training Division at (517) 322-1809

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THANK YOU!

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Comments?

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