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SAFE & ON TIME ALL THE TIME. DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALLIED SAFETY PROGRAM. DuPont's STOP Safety Program.

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    1. SAFE & ON TIME ALL THE TIME

    2. DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALLIED SAFETY PROGRAM

    3. DuPont's STOP Safety Program Understanding DuPont's Safety Training Observation Program (STOP), the company’s behavioral-based safety program, is critical for understanding DuPont’s approach to safety. STOP is grounded in the theory that almost all injuries are caused by worker unsafe acts and neglects many elements included in the National Safety Council’s Hierarchy of Controls. DuPont earns about $100 million in revenues by selling other corporations a program that only returns short-term results.

    4. IN THE SPRING OF 2003 ALLIED INTERGRATED COMPONENTS OF MAJOR AIRLINES OBSERVATION BASED PROGRAM

    5. Cascading Observations Overview • Feedback Process focused on operational excellence • Positive Reinforcement • Helpful Discussion • Based on hierarchy of leadership, carries out task observations • Immediate feedback - positive and negative - always constructive • Tracking and trending • Road map for improvement through gap analysis • Proper administration • Engages all levels of the operation • Sets up communication structure; Operational Excellence

    6. IN 2004 ALLIED PRODUCED OUR CORPORATE OPERATIONS STANDARDS MANUAL “VOLUME IV SAFETY STANDARDS”

    7. IN AUGUST 2004 ALLIED IN COOPERATION WITH MIAMI DADE AVIATION DEPARTMENT EMBARKED ON AN ISO-14001 CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

    8. Environmental, Health & Safety Management Systems Manual Miami International Airport Fuel Facility This Environmental, Health and Safety Management Systems Manual has been developed by the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department for the Miami International Airport Fuel Facility in collaboration with the Fuel Facility Operator under contract with Miami-Dade County. The purpose of this manual is to document the policies, management systems, practices, procedures, training, documentation, and targets for the sound operation and management of the facility with regard to environmental, health and safety aspects and to provide a platform for the continuous improvement of these key functions at the Fuel Facility. This plan has been reviewed and approved by senior representatives of all applicable departments and organizations involved with the long-term and day-to-day management of the facility and the attendant environmental, health and safety considerations. Accordingly, the commitment of these entities to the proper operation and management of the Fuel Facility, as defined in this document, is affirmed below. On behalf of the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department:

    9. ISO-14001 PROGRAM • IN FEBRUARY 2005 MIA FUEL STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM UNDER ALLIED MANAGEMENT WAS AWARDED ISO-14001 CERTIFICATION AND PRESENTLY IS THE ONLY AVIATION FUELING FACILITY IN THE NATION THAT HAS SUCH CERTIFICATION • SUBSEQUENTLY OUR SAN FUEL FACILITY WAS TRAINED AND ORGANIZED TO THE SAME STANDARD, HOWEVER, DID NOT SEEK CERTIFICATION WITH THE REGISTRA

    10. H.W. Heinrich changed the world of safety fundamentals forever with his pioneering work in the 1930s. One of his concepts that continues to make me think is his accident triangle (pyramid) - for every 300 unsafe acts there are 29 minor injuries and one major injury. It's the concept that we all are familiar with. So many near misses lead to an analogous number of first aid injuries and onward through the logic to recordables and ending in the inevitability of a fatality. This inevitability of disaster has always bothered me. If I cross the railroad tracks too many times I will die, or drive to work too many times or something else like that. I am not a fatalist, so what is there that will enable the industrial workplace to overcome this fatalistic teaching? My work with companies and individuals that have done both well and poorly in safety always leads to individual behaviors as a key factor after workplace conditions, training and safety standards are addressed. So how do we attack the fatalism of Heinrich's triangle?

    11. “safe and on time, all the time” UNLAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    12. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    13. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    14. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    15. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    16. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    17. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    18. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    19. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    20. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    21. “safe and on time, all the time” LAYERED SYSTEM HAZZARD

    22. 5,779,855,000 GALLONS 1,833,480 FUEL OPERATIONS

    23. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time” Daddy didn’t come home last night

    24. ALLIED AVIATION “safe and on time, all the time” “Safe & On Time, All The Time” Did you hear about Joe? He fell off a truck during the night He didn’t like midnights He was alone for hours There were no witnesses He suffered a subcutaneous hematoma Got a bad black & blue He will have to receive rehabilitation Go to gym twice a week He will be out the next three months Out till the end of summer Joe did go home last night This next guy didn’t !

    25. ALLIED AVIATION “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time”

    26. ALLIED AVIATION “safe and on time, all the time” “Safe & On Time, All The Time”

    27. ALLIED AVIATION “Safe & On Time, All The Time”

    28. SAFETY SHOULD BECOME A WAY OF LIFE AT HOME AND ON THE JOB “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time”

    29. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time” WHO HAS THE “RIGHT OF WAY”???

    30. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time” Daddy didn’t come home last night

    31. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time” WHAT’S THE RUSH ?

    32. TIMES NEWSWEEKLY/THIS WEEK IN OUR COMMUNITY THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 3, 2002 AirTrain Worker Dies From Test Run Crash Pinned Under Car After Derailment A Queens father of an infant girl suffered an excruciatingly painful death last Friday while test-driving the much-anticipated AirTrain. Jamaica resident Kelvin DeBourgh Jr., 23, was crushed by an AirTrain car after it derailed, crashed into a concrete parapet and pinned him up to his waist. After being salvaged with heavy lifting equipment by Squad 270 firefighters and Port Authority emergency workers, DeBourgh was rushed to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead about two hours later at 3:05 p.m. An autopsy revealed that he had injuries to his lower torso and legs plus fractures in his pelvis and various bones. No other people had major injuries. The accident also caused at least 20 10-ton concrete blocks to fall from the elevated train tracks to a vacant construction site on the ground near Federal Circle, which lies on the northwest edge of JFK. They landed about 500 feet from the Van Wyck Expressway, but didn’t harm any cars or people. DeBourgh was the only passenger in a three-car train except for concrete blocks which simulated passenger weight. The car he was in and the one directly behind it were destroyed in the crash. (Each car costs around $1 million.) Much remains unknown about the accident, but a multi-agency investigation is underway. There was a minor accident involving two AirTrain cars that scraped each other in July. DeBourgh worked for the Canadian Bombardier Transit Corporation, a subcontractor which built all the AirTrain’s railcars. A graduate of Hillcrest High School, he was known as “Chris” and lived with his parents and sister on 160th Street. He leaves an 11-month-old daughter Avion.

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    35. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time”

    36. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time” CAN YOU IDENTIFY THIS PERSON?

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    39. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time”

    40. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time”

    41. “Safe & On Time, All The Time” “safe and on time, all the time” CAN YOU IDENTIFY THIS PERSON?