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TAKING SAFETY TO THE NEXT LEVEL: The HUMAN Factor. TIM FLANARY COORDINATOR SAFETY TRAINING WESTAR ENERGY JEFFREY ENERGY CENTER. Basic Level SAFETY PROGRAM. The Mandated Stuff OSHA Training Specific Company Training/Policies Personal Protective Equipment Task/Craft Specific Training.

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    1. TAKING SAFETY TO THE NEXT LEVEL:The HUMAN Factor TIM FLANARY COORDINATOR SAFETY TRAINING WESTAR ENERGY JEFFREY ENERGY CENTER

    2. Basic LevelSAFETY PROGRAM The Mandated Stuff OSHA Training Specific Company Training/Policies Personal Protective Equipment Task/Craft Specific Training

    3. The Next Step of theSAFETY PROGRAM Behavioral Based Safety Tim’ Definition BBS is one in which each employee identifies and correctly mitigates the hazard whether or not someone is watching. Also, it is a culture developed in which employees will not be afraid of confrontation to address others when they identify and develop a solution for a previously unidentified/unrecognized hazard/condition.

    4. Behavioral Based Safety Who Needs To Be Influenced? HUMANS

    5. HOW DO YOUINFLUENCE HUMANS? Negative Positive

    6. BOOMERS LIKE STICKERS

    7. MATTIE ALSO LIKES STICKERS

    8. ON AN AVERAGEHOW MANY MISTAKES ARE MADE BY HUMANS EACH HOUR? 5

    9. 2012 JEC SPRING OUTAGE 1500 Contractors On Site 20 Hours Per Day 1500 x 20 x 5 = 75,000 Mistakes Each Day

    10. WHAT ABOUTALL THOSE MISTAKES? CRITICAL NONCRITICAL

    11. THINK ABOUT YOUR FACILITY Is it a DANGEROUS workplace? OR Is it a HAZARDOUS workplace?

    12. HOW CAN WE INFLUENCE THESE CRITICAL MISTAKES? Communication Confrontation Challenge Coach

    13. WHY IS THIS SO DIFFICULT? Fear Embarrassment

    14. HOW THIS HAS PLAYED OUT IN THE PAST

    15. Make The Reasons For Working Safely Personal, Give Them a Face!

    16. THE NEXT TIME YOU ARE OUT IN YOUR FACILITY ASK PEOPLE THESE SIMPLE QUESTIONS: WHO ARE YOU WORKING SAFELY FOR TODAY? ARE YOU YOUR BROTHER’S KEEPER?

    17. HOW ARE WE DOING?

    18. THANK YOU ?QUESTIONS? Tim Flanary ZERO TODAY ZERO TOMORROW BELIEVE IT! EXPECT IT! LIVE IT! Office 785-458-6271 Fax 785-575-1530 Cell 785-207-2137 tim.flanary@westarenergy.com