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Loss Prevention. Taking care of Risk. Why this topic. YOU are in Control of the Personal Factors. INDEX. The overall picture Be your own keeper, be your brothers keeper Hazards from preparation to execution LMRA DNA of Safe Behavior Exercises TEST.

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    1. Loss Prevention Taking care of Risk

    2. Why this topic YOU are in Control of the Personal Factors

    3. INDEX • The overall picture • Be your own keeper, be your brothers keeper • Hazards from preparation to execution • LMRA • DNA of Safe Behavior • Exercises • TEST

    4. Alert looks at the Behaviour of “people at work” so that “nobody gets hurt” How the job is done How to do the job Job Planning Job Preparation Job Execution Start of Last Minute Risk Assessment process Job Safety Analysis  Alert Observations   Make JSA Site & Job specific  Direct Feedback  Sharing & Reporting Trends  Hazard Spotting Posters / Toolbox Talks

    5. Be your own keeper .... Be your brothers keeper

    6. BEING HIT • Struck Against • Struck By • Harmful Contact with Object (cut, abrasion) FALL GETTING CAUGHT • Slip / Trip • Fall on Same Level • Fall from Height • In • Under • Between • By STRAIN/OVEREXERTION • Lifting • Pushing / Pulling • Bending • Twisting BEING EXPOSED TO • Extreme Temperature • Noise • Chemical Burn • Radiation • Hazardous Atmosphere HIT BY ENERGY SOURCE • Electricity • Pressure • Compression / Tension The same 6 main hazard categories throughout preparation, execution and evaluation of the job Getting down on the Safety pyramid Engage the Brain before the hands Be your brothers keeper

    7. Preparation • Develop a generic JSA • use the 6 hazard categories to identify potential hazards involved in each of the job steps • On site review of the generic JSA to include the site specifics • Assess the location; the conditions and the interference with other activities considering the 6 hazard categories

    8. Preparation • Prior to start work; start to perform Last Minute Risk Assessments (LMRA)…. and continue to do so thereafter • Engage the brain before the hands • Scan the job location and evaluate against the 6 hazard categories

    9. LMRA - the DNA of Safe Behavior 2009 Refresher

    10. LMRA workflow • 3 step process ASSESS THE RISKS ANALYSE HOW TO REDUCE THE RISKS ACT TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATIONS

    11. Is he addressing all 3 steps?

    12. MID sign – repairs to price mechanism inside Sign support bar Repair mechanism inside

    13. How to PERFORM a Last Minute Risk Assessment • Be verySPECIFIC - a generic approach is not going to help you here • Have the continuously reflex to ask yourself the following questions: Q1: What can go wrong here? HOW? For each situation- Go over all 6 hazard types listed on the back of the LMRA card… • Contact / Caught / Fall / Strain or Over Exertion / Exposure / Energy Sources ASSESS THE RISKS Sign of success = when you get the feeling that you don’t have to look at the card every time, to remember the 6 categories, your on the right track !!!

    14. ASSESS THE RISKS BE SPECIFIC !!! – this is KEY …staying generic is worthless and a loss of time…. Do NOT come up with: “panel can fall down”……. Yeah sure….. It should be more along the lines of: “The panel may come down if the support pops out of its position if I do not push the support firmly in its locked position” Sign of success = the more specific you get the more you get out of it

    15. Complete step one, record on the first flipchart What can go wrong? “The panel may come down if the support pops out of its position if I do not push the support firmly in its locked position”

    16. LMRA - exercise ASSESS THE RISKS • Every time you have identified a potential hazard, you must ask yourself the following, Q2: If something goes wrong here, what is the worst thing that can happen to me? Be specific - So do not be pleased with: “I can get hit” • Develop feasible scenario’s like, “If the panel comes down,…. because I did not bother checking if the support was firmly in the locked position….with my hand resting here, my hand will be crushed between the panel and the hinge”… and gloves or no gloves, this is going to hurt….. Sign of success = the more specific you get, the more relevance it brings to the party, the more it appeals, the more you will remember

    17. Complete step two, record on the 2nd flipchart What can go wrong? If something goes wrong, what is the worst thing that can happen to me? “If the panel comes down, with my hand resting here, my hand will be crushed between the panel and the hinge”… “The panel may come down if the support pops out of its position if I do not push the support firmly in its locked position”

    18. How to PERFORM a Last Minute Risk Assessment Analyse how to reduce the risk • What is required to do the job/ job step safely • Do I have the appropriate training and knowledge to perform this part of the job safely? • Do I have all the proper tools and personal protective equipment with and on me ? • Are they in good condition • Can I do this alone? • Test: Will my boss be happy if he would see me doing this job step the way I now intend to do?

    19. Complete step two, record on the 2nd flipchart What can go wrong? If something goes wrong, what is the worst thing that can happen to me? Controls put in place 1)Check proper locking of bracket – secure if needed 2) Keep hands away from pinch point “If the panel comes down, with my hand resting here, my hand will be crushed between the panel and the hinge”… “The panel may come down if the support pops out of its position if I do not push the support firmly in its locked position”

    20. How to PERFORM a Last Minute Risk Assessment • Apply the required steps to ensure the job / job step is done safely. • If in doubt, consult written procedures such as JSAs. • When starting fresh at the job • When doing the task infrequently • Review JSA’s periodically, because • People tend to forget • Behavior tends to drift away searching the way of least resistance • Do not hesitate to ask for assistance if needed Act To ensure safe operations

    21. ACT TO ENSURE SAFE OPERATIONS How to PERFORM a Last Minute Risk Assessment RESULT: Next time you are working the panel…… you will remember this specific hazard,… and hopefully apply common sense … Being the expert and practitioner you are, you probably come up with other hazards involving panels, to add to your safety buffer … the learning never stops ASSESS THE RISKS Analyse how to reduce the risk Sign of success = during work you experience that you actually take the time to check the line of fire, to watch out where you put your hands, to change the type of glove because the next job step may include risk for cutting yourself…. You experience that you have changed your behavior…”ALL IN”…..”4 ACES” .

    22. RECAP LMRA – Success Factors Sign of success = when you get the feeling that you don’t have to look at the card every time, to remember the 6 categories, your on the right track !!! • Consider the 6 Hazard Categories for each job step • BE SPECIFIC in listing the hazards • BE SPECIFIC in the consequence it might have for you • ACCEPT that it will have impact on your behavior Now, go practice AND DON’T STOP ! Sign of success = the more specific you get the more you get out of it Sign of success = during work you experience that you actually take the time to check the line of fire, to watch out where you put your hands, to change the type of glove because the next job step may include risk for cutting yourself…. You experience that you have changed your behavior…”ALL IN”…..”4 ACES” .

    23. LMRA Exercise • Now it’s your turn • Using the following shots complete the LMRA for • each job presented. • Assume all barricading is in place per 4 principles • Concentrate on the actions of job scenario • Open discussion among all participants • Presenter will record each step on the flipcharts

    24. 1 EXERCISE 1 / page 1 of 2 • View the shots on this and next slide • Job is to place display panels #1 on wall above freezer • All relevant PPE was worn • What can go wrong • What is the worst thing that can happen to me • What controls must I put in place #1 Simulation Only

    25. 1 EXERCISE 1 / page 2 of 2 #1 • View from the other side #1 Simulation Only

    26. TEST

    27. LMRA – Test • What does LMRA stands for ? • When do you do a LMRA? • What are the 2 questions to ask, when assessing the risks (= first step in the LMRA process) • How would you measure if you are becoming an expert in assessing • a) the risks • b) the consequence if something goes wrong • What is a good test to see if what you propose as the solution or safe method, is acceptable • What is the sign of success that the LMRA process has become one of your tools to take care of risk

    28. QUICK RECAP

    29. Have you made the connection?

    30. Have you made the connection?

    31. Don’t neglect your Last Minute Risk Assessment ..... otherwise the next minute might be your last one ......