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2018 P2-Driven Eversource Safety Summit

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Transcript of 2018 P2-Driven Eversource Safety Summit

Purpose-Driven
Knowing

How
To Do What Needs To Be Done
Principle 1:
Competency
Goal
All Supervisors & Workers Are Competent for the Task at Hand
Expectations
Recognize Hazards & Properly Perform the Work
Stop Work, when required
Be Authorized to Complete the Work
Question
Is the Right Person Doing the Right Task?
Being
Able
To Do What Needs To Be Done

Principle 2:
Fit For Duty

Goal
All Supervisors & Workers Are Fit for the Task at Hand
Expectations
Physically Capable
Mentally Prepared
Emotionally Stable
Question
Is THAT Person Able To Do THAT Job TODAY?
Boots On The Ground
Look In Their Eyes
Watch Them Move
Ask Them Questions
"If that was Your Son..."
Start with
WHY
(not rule-driven)
(Simon Sinek)
PEOPLE
rules
RULES
people
What's Our Culture?
Regulations
Ritual
Rebellion
Relationships
Engagement & Ownership
Active Caring
(Scott Geller)
Mission
Do The Job Right &
Go Home Unharmed Today.
Boots On The Ground
"If that was your son, brother, daughter,or sister about to take that shortcut...
What Would You Do?
"
Planning
To Do the Job Right &
Go Home Unharmed
Today
Principle 3: Hazard Management
Goal
Safety Is Deliberately Planned & Executed
Expectations
Describe the Work
Identify Hazards
Mitigate Risk
Question
What On

THIS Site, For THIS Job

Could Keep Us From Going Home Unharmed

TODAY?
Boots On The Ground
Being
Ready To Respond
If Things Go Bad
Principle 4: Emergency Preparedness
Goal
Minimize the Effects Emergencies.
Expectations
Recognize an Emergency
Take Action & Stop Work
Notify EMS, if Necessary
Question
What Will We Do If Something Goes Wrong RIGHT HERE?
Boots On The Ground
Consider What Could Go Wrong & What You'll Do.
Coordinate with EMS
Include in JSA
Check Communication
Set Trauma Kit
Practice in the Field
Provide 1st Aid, if Necessary
Everyone
Understands The Plan

Principle 5: Communication
Goal
Everyone Understands How To Do The Job Safely TODAY.
Expectations
Ensure Everyone Can Understand
Reduce Distractions
Question
Does Everyone Understand How We're Getting the Job Done TODAY?
Encourage Participation
Check for Understanding
Boots On The Ground
JSA Meeting
Directives
Clarifications
Tools
3-Part Communication
Radios
Air Horns
Reconciling Reality with the Plan & Taking Action
Principle 6: Situational Awareness & Stop Work Responsibility
Goal
Action Is Taken When There Is Confusion or Conditions On The Jobsite Unexpectedly Change.
Expectations
Be Vigilant
Stop Work When The Unexpected Occurs
Situational Awareness
Do You Know:
What's Going On?
Why It's Going On?
What's About To Go On?
How What's About To Happen Interact With What Is Going On?
Boots On The Ground Tools
Questions
Communicate Respectfully & Clearly
Describe the Hazard
Secure the Work
Move to a Safe Location
Discuss the Issues & Revise the Plan
Ensure Everyone Understands the New Plan
Return to Work
Complete the Job
Go Home Unharmed
Stop Work Procedure
It's About
Learning
- not Punishing
Principle 7: Safety Reporting
Goal
Report, Analyze, and Distribute Lessons Learned
Expectations
Report the Issue
Have Integrity & Be Honest
Don't Accuse or Punish
Questions
Why Did It Happen?
How Can We Prevent It?
Who Needs To Know?
Boots On The Ground
Call To P2-Driven Action
jhardy@supremeindustries.com
www.p2driven.com/publications/
Vision
Be the Preferred Workplace by Employees & Preferred Contractor by Clients
Values
Do What's Right for People, the Environment, and Quality
What About Heavily Regulated Industries?
Battle For HSE Success
Regardless of your industry, we all face an epic battle for HSE success between our operational wants and the external and internal obstacles that challenge our very existence.
External Conflicts
Want To Become
Immediate Want
Internal Conflicts
Job Done Right
Do No Harm
Quality
Schedule
Budget
Specs
People
Environment
Reputation
Preferred Workplace
Preferred Client/Customer
Good Stewards
Environmental & Cultural Agencies
Landowners
Customers
Industry Workload
Resources
Quality
EHS
Schedule
Budget
Our Journey For Today
2 Topics: HSE Purpose & Principles.
Budget
Try to Grab 2-3 Concepts.
9 Concepts.
Take Those Concepts Back to Your Boots on the Ground, Ops Mgmt, and HSE Corp Leaders.
Consider Possible Emergencies
Join the E-Mail List
Download Presentation Materials
jhardy@supremeindustries.com
Attend the Monthly P2-Driven Group in CT
Common Competency Traps
An Operator is an Operator... He can run anything.
A Worker Who "Does a Great Job" Can Just Be Thrown Into a Leadership Role.
Gray Hair and a "Seasoned" Vocabulary = Competent.
Common Hazard Management Traps
"It's All the Same" - Cutting Trees Is Cutting Trees - Building Roads... Drilling Holes...
Location Isn't Important - We Can Do the Same Job the Same Way, Regardless of the Location.
Common Communication Traps
The New Guy Said He Understands - "We're Good"
We've Got a Spotter Guiding Trucks and Equipment - "We're Good"
I Gave the Spanish-Speakers a Translated Handout - "We're Good"
Common Traps
If There's an Emergency, We Can Just "Figure Out" How to Contact EMS and Tell Them How to Get to the Site.
EMS Will Be Able to Find Us and Come to Our Location on the ROW... that's Their Job.
Common Fit For Duty Traps
Age and/or Physical Appearance Are Great Indicators of Physical Capability.
A Worker Who has "Done This 1000 Times" is Mentally Prepared to Do the Same Task Today.
Emotion Doesn't Matter on the Jobsite.
Common Traps
THAT GUY is Seeing the Same Thing I Am - If it Was Important, He'd Stop the Work.
I've Done This 1,000 Times - I'd Notice if Something Wasn't Right.
That NEW GUY Doesn't Know What's Going On - He Won't See Any Issues.
I Don't Need to Watch Joe Over There - He's the Best Operator I've Ever Seen.
Common Safety Reporting Traps
No One Got Hurt and Nothing was Messed Up Too Bad - Let's Keep This Quiet.
If I Report This, then I'm Going to Draw Attention to Our Crew, and They'll Be Mad.
I'm Busy Right Now, But I'll Bring This Up at the Safety Meeting on Friday.
The Single Biggest Problem in Communication is Illusion that It has Taken Place.
- George Bernard Shaw
Expectations
Consider Possible Emergencies
Recognize an Emergency
Take Action & Stop Work
Call EMS, if Necessary.
Provide 1st Aid, if Necessary
Common Traps
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