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International Conference on Road Safety at Work. Strategies to decrease the accidents in a private fleet company. February 2009. Washington, D.C., USA. Analysis of the Transport Accidents. From an Epidemiological point of view. Accidents in Transport. Accidents. Incidents. Risk Factors.

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international conference on road safety at work

International Conference on Road Safety at Work

Strategies to decrease the accidents in a private fleet company

February 2009

Washington, D.C., USA

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Analysis of the Transport Accidents

From an Epidemiological point of view

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Accidents in Transport

Accidents

Incidents

Risk Factors

Risks

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Own damages

Damages to third parties Minor damages Major damages High costs Injuries to own Injuries to third parties

Multiple injuries Own death Death to third parties Multiple Deaths

Accidents produce

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Factors in the accidents

Truck

Load

Environment

Road

Driver

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Truck

Load

Driver

Scenarios

Road

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Roads

  • Wide
  • Narrow
  • 1 lane
  • 2 lanes
  • 3 lanes
  • Highway
  • One way
  • Two ways
  • Straight
  • With few curves
  • With many curves
  • With increases
  • With decreases
  • With little traffic
  • With many traffic
  • Bumpy
  • Without bumps
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Road

  • Where to rest?
  • Where to go to the bathroom?
  • Where to eat?
  • Where to clean up?
  • Where to take a bath?
  • With Heat
  • With Cold
  • Safe
  • Unsafe
  • Rainy
  • With fog
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Technology

  • Modern
  • Conventional
  • Traditional
  • Old
  • Without technology
  • With maintenance
  • Without maintenance
  • News
  • Semi-news
  • Irregulars
  • Olds

Trucks

  • With sleeping berth
  • Without sleeping berth
  • With AC
  • Without AC
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T r u c k

Trailer

  • News
  • Semi-news
  • Irregulars
  • Olds

Singles

&

Fulls

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T r u c k

Trailer

  • Tires
    • News
    • Semi-news
    • Regulars
    • Old
    • Mixed
  • Without Load
  • With Load
    • Light
    • Heavy
    • Very Heavy
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T r u c k

Tractors and Trailers

Maintenance

  • Periodically
  • Regularly
  • Occasional
  • When you can do it
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T r u c k

Tractors and Trailers

  • With Insurance
  • Without Insurance
  • Own
  • Rented
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Driver

  • Complexion
    • Thin
    • In weight
    • Over weight
    • Obese
  • Physical Condition
    • Excelent
    • Good
    • Regular
    • Bad
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Experience
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Driver

  • Habits and customs
    • Food
    • Physical Activity
    • Medical Periodical Review
    • Smoking
    • Coffee
    • Alcohol
    • Drugs
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Driver

  • Health Status
    • Healty
    • Visual acuity
    • Hearing
    • Diabetes Mellitus
    • Hypertension
    • Ulcus
    • Gastritis
    • Varicosis
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Joint problems
  • Back pain
  • Allergies
  • Heart problems
  • Dermatitis
  • Asthma
  • SLEEP APNEA
  • FATIGUE
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Why accidents occur in good roads, with trucks and trailers in good condition and drivers in good health, and experienced fatigue?

Why accidents happen ?

¿Why accidents don’t occur in bad roads, with trucks and trailers in bad condition and drivers with some condition, inexperienced and tired?

Why accidents don’t happen?

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What do you need to have an accident?

Truck

Load

Enviroment

Road

Driver

Who is in the middle of all the answers?

The Driver

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Results

Expected

What to do?

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Results

Expected

What to do?

  • Processes
  • Procedures
  • Regulations
  • Training
  • Machines
  • Technology
  • Experience
  • Time
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Results

Expected

What to do?

  • Arrive
    • In time
    • Complete
    • Healthy
    • Without Accidents
    • Without Incidents
    • Back out
  • Processes
  • Procedures
  • Regulations
  • Training
  • Machines
  • Technology
  • Experience
  • Time
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What to do?

Results Expected

  • Arrive
    • In time
    • Complete
    • Healty
    • Without Accidents
    • Without Incidents
    • Back out
  • Processes
  • Procedures
  • Regulations
  • Training
  • Machines
  • Technology
  • Experience
  • Time

Action

Attitude

Wanting to do

Wanting to do well.

Wanting to do very well.

ALWAYS!

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WARNING

ICE

Experience also crashed

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T r u c k

Accident

Or

Not Accident

Enviroment

Road

Driver

Attitude

  • Do what you must do
  • How to make it
  • When you must do it
  • With what to do it
  • For those who must do
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SASSO

Occupational Health and Safety Administration System

Vision

Mission

Targets

  • Global Competitiveness
  • Workers and their families healthy
  • Companies safe
  • Contribution to care for the environment

Business Support:

To prevent diseases and risks of work

Maintaining healthy and honest to all workers

To identify, eliminate and / or internal control risks and the environment.

Ensure that exist in every workplace prevention and care programs for health, as well as processes and procedures safe for workers, the assets of the company and the environment. Reflected in indicators

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FEMSA Policy

Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health and Environment

We must promote a culture of health, safety and environmental protection. Every work facility, supported on FEMSA’s guidelines and corporative support, is committed with the protection of our employees and their families health and physical integrity, as well as with the support of the community. It is imperative that the assets and production and administrative processes of the company are safe and should contribute to environmental conservation. The commitments should be based on the principle of shared responsibility: the company, employees and organizations.

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Partners in healthy workplaces safe and healthy

Health-oriented present and future needs

Action Fields

Healthy employees at every stage of their working lives

Healthy employees prepared to face new threats to health

Partners and Healthy Families in a healthy community

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Key Processes of FEMSA

Continuous Improvement

Production System

ELAB ENV DIST

Sales System

REQUIREMENT OF THE CLIENTS

RESULTS

SALES DISTRIBUTION

Transport System

LOGISTICS Y TRANSPORT

Auto Responsability Sense

Central Offices

origin
Origin

FEMSA Logistica (FL) founded in April of 1998 to take care of the logistic requirements of the filial companies and the Mexican market, at the moment Latin American.

FEMSA Logistica is one of the companies that composes the unit of business Strategic Consumptions of FEMSA.

facilities
Facilities

Presence in 50 cities of Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica and Panama. Next in Colombia and Nicaragua.

national cover

7 México DF

  • 8 Villahermosa
  • León
  • Morelia
  • Apizaco
  • Coatepec
  • Monterrey
  • Orizaba
  • Navojoa
  • Tecate
  • Guadalajara
  • Toluca

4

13

15

17

14

3

1

18

19

16

9

20

12

5

21

10

8

11

6

7

2

National Cover

FL have facilities throughout all the Mexican Republic:

12 Operative Centers

2 Warehouses

  • Mexicali
  • Chihuahua

2 Bases de relevo

  • Cd Juárez

16 Mérida

“In-house” Operations

  • Monterrey (almacén Famosa, OXXO, VitroPlano)
  • Guadalajara (OXXO)
  • Toluca (almacén Famosa)
  • México DF (OXXO)
  • Mexicali (OXXO)
  • Chihuahua (OXXO)
  • Ensenada (almacén Famosa)
  • Saltillo (Vitromex)
  • Culiacán (“crossdock” OXXO)
  • Querétaro (“crossdock” OXXO)
  • Veracruz (“crossdock” OXXO)
personnel
Personnel

4200 truck drivers and employees

private fleet
Private Fleet

We count on one of the greatest fleets of Latin America (25.000 units) and in highway we realized more than 4300 daily trips.

drivers
Drivers

Training

Pre Trip Inspection:

Truck Drivers

Trucks

Rest in Route

Daily Log

Safety Manual

SASSO

vehicles
Vehicles
  • Antiquity of no more of 5 years
  • Maintenance
    • Preventives
    • Correctives
    • Express
  • Technology:
    • Motor Break
    • Dolly H
    • ABS Breaks
    • Electronic Transmision
    • Disc Breaks
  • New technologies:
    • Active Breaking Systems
    • Vorad
    • Roll Stability Control
roads
Roads
  • We use highways in 95% of our routes
  • Speed limit of 50 Miles per hour
  • Road Inspections
  • Double Truck Drivers
  • Analysis of routes
results
Results

Accidents per million kilometers

KM

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Keeping the concept to the Management General, the Safety is most important in the company, through results.

Have policies and procedures updated

Do what you must do as is done when it should do, what should I do.

Respect and understand the different cultures of the staff in Mexico and other countries.

Training at the rate of growth of the company.

Challenges

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Safety benchmark with international companies.

Implement SASSO in Colombia and Nicaragua.

Still searching new technologies of safety for our vehicles.

Still efforts to bring preventive and corrective zero accidents in the company.

Next Steps

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Thank You

Dr. Miguel Ángel González Osuna

FEMSA Logística

Monterrey N.L.

México

miguel.gonzalez@femsa.com.mx

Participated in the preparation of this presentation

Ing. Francisco Cabrera Becerra

Ing. José de Jesús Viggiano Domínguez

Ing. René R. Gutiérrez Rodríguez