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1 Wayne Punch Director Emeritus, Safety / Security Milliken & Company Millikens Safety Processes

2 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 2 Associate Engagement

3 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 3 A Customized System of cultural safety consciousness that Milliken Safety Way System engages entire workforce, produces proactive focus, and utilizes continuous improvement for an injury-free workplace.

4 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 4 The safety and health of all its people is of primary importance to Milliken & Company. Milliken will devote resources to train its people to perform their jobs safely, to insure equipment can be operated in a safe manner, to eliminate workplace hazards and to comply with applicable safety and health laws and regulations. Milliken believes that all injuries are preventable, all health risks are controllable and that management is accountable. Chairman Milliken & Company Milliken & Company Safety Policy

5 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 5 PREDICTIVE PREVENTIVE REACTIVE 1985 Transition to Associate-Led Teams 1990 Leadership Commitment, Involvement, Support 1992 Partnered with OSHA VPP Star – Associate Empowerment & Compliance 1996 Milliken Performance System 2000 Applied Continuous Improvement Methodologies 2005 Focused on Hazard/Risk Reduction TODAY Equipment Conditions Behaviors Continuous Improvement Evolution of the Milliken Safety Process

6 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 6 Total Recordable Incidence Rates An Industry-Wide Comparison

7 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 7 Driven From the Top Down Safety Operations Strategy Developed at Corporate Level Generic Initiatives are Directed to Sites Ownership and Emphasis has Variation Implementation has Variation Lack of Individual and Group Commitment Limited Results Management Control Impedes Involvement and Interaction Common Safety Practice Employee Disconnect Consequence Driven Process

8 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 8 Leadership Development and Support Steering Team Development Sub-Committee Development Individual Development Knowledge & Awareness Continuous Improvement A New Safety Strategy Employee Engagement Preventive / Predictive Driven Process

9 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 9

10 10 Education Resources Empowerment & Commitment Positive Process Mission / Vision Key Components of the Safety Process

11 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 11 Exercise No Smoking Stress Diet Education Resources Empowerment & Commitment Positive Process Mission / Vision Peer To Peer Wellness First Aid/C.P.R. Benchmark Health Risk Protective Equipment Procedures E.R.T. Methods Benchmark First Aid/C.P.R. Technical Social Key Components of the Safety Process

12 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 12 Education Resources Empowerment & Commitment Positive Process Mission / Vision Involvement Time Community Space Information Teams Managers Video Publications Hospital Highway Patrol DHEC Wildlife Fire Dept. Co. Extension Budget Tools Material Organizational Structure Key Components of the Safety Process

13 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 13 Education Resources Empowerment & Commitment Positive Process Mission / Vision Strategy Goals Process Results POE Recognition Audits Surveys Feedback Whole Person Expectations Interaction Process Education Resource Planning Measurement Purpose Continuous Improvement Key Components of the Safety Process

14 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 14 Education Resources Empowerment & Commitment Positive Process Mission / Vision Teamwork Authority Responsibility Accountability Rules Counsel Policy Schedule Stop Unsafe Acts or Conditions Commitment Consistency Key Components of the Safety Process

15 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 15 Education Resources Empowerment & Commitment Positive Process Mission / Vision Recognition Freedom to Try Trust Fun/Interesting Individual Team Plant Structure Teams Key Components of the Safety Process

16 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 16 Standardized Daily Management System Models, Common Language Standardized Problem-Solving Approach Standardized Education Process Consistent Measurement Process Empowered and Engaged Associates The Journey to World Class Performance

17 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 17 1.Give employees the tools they need to lead the safety process (education, time, resources, etc). 2.Leadership must serve as sponsors - make yourself available! 3.Communicate well with the team. Do not shoot the messenger. 4. Support their ideas. Everyone deserves to be heard! 5.Understand that SAFETY should be integrated into the organizations daily functions. How Do You Empower People ?

18 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 18 To calculate % employee involvement, at least one of the following criteria must be met: serve as a Steering Committee member serve as a Sub-Committee member perform diagnosis / audits (equipment & conditions) train / educate other employees in safety serve as a safety team leader perform observations ( behavior ) be involved in a hazard reduction process How Do You Measure Involvement?

19 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 19 What do you really measure? Does it have the ability to drive your process towards zero incidents? How Do You Measure Involvement?

20 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 20 Safety Way Process: How It Works Key Components of System Commitment Education Audits Measures Activities Analysis Zero Thinking Organizational Alignment Change Readiness Value Driven Corporate Guidelines Site Assessments Strategic Planning Multi-level Communication

21 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 21 Safety Way Process: How It Works Commitment Education Audits Measures Activities Analysis Gap Analysis Verify the Tasks Leading and Lagging Indicators Scoreboards Business Case Surveys Observation Committee Reviews Key Components of System

22 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 22 Safety Way Process: How It Works Commitment Education Audits Measures Activities Analysis Technical & Soft Skills Build the Process Incorporate Compliance and Standards Key Components of System

23 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 23 Safety Way Process: How It Works Commitment Education Audits Measures Activities Analysis Awareness Establish Motivational Methods Project Management Organize and Train Key Components of System

24 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 24 Safety Way Process: How It Works Commitment Education Audits Measures Activities Analysis Conditions & Equipment Behavior Observations Causation Tools Behavioral Development Key Components of System

25 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 25 Safety Way Process: How It Works Commitment Education Audits Measures Activities Analysis Incident Profiles Job Safety Analysis Risk Assessments Correctional Methods Key Components of System

26 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 26 Roles and Responsibilities of a Safety Process Leadership Management Employees Establish Safety as a Value, Demonstrate Commitment to the Journey ROLE in the Safety Process RESPONSIBILITY of each Role Provide the Tools to Improve, Sustain the Gains Empower and Engage

27 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 27 Safety becomes an integral part of Companys Operational Excellence Strategy Safety as a Corporate Value System

28 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 28 Continuous Improvement

29 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 29 What is the CHANGE that must occur?

30 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 30 To Achieve an injury-free workplace we must change the practices… Organizationally and Individually This is Culture Change What has to Change:

31 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 31 Commitment at all Levels (Vision, Modeling, Time, Structure) Measure and Review (Inputs & Outputs) Communications (Recognition/Accountability) Education (Leading Change, Subject Matter) Audits & Analysis (Standardizing, Improvement) Culture Change: Organizational:

32 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 32 It IS about a CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT SYSTEM that concurrently achieves Organizational and Individual CHANGE in the uncompromising pursuit of zero. Culture Change:

33 © Sylvan Chemical Co., Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved. 33 Questions?


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