Presentation on theme: "Who here is superstitious?. Q: Why did I have a heart attack? A: Because I became complacent: – It won’t happen to me – I’m too young – I’m on cholesterol."— Presentation transcript:
Who here is superstitious?
Q: Why did I have a heart attack? A: Because I became complacent: – It won’t happen to me – I’m too young – I’m on cholesterol medication – I’m good to go!! – My focus was on kids & work – not me A: I ignored obvious symptoms such as: – Shortness of breath – Unexplained soreness, tightness & discomfort
Translation in SHMS Language: Q: Why did my SHMS fail? A: Because “I” became complacent: – It won’t happen to me – We have good rates - we are good to go!!! – Shifting focus (production, personal, professional) A: “I” ignored obvious symptoms such as: – Housekeeping – Employee Involvement and stop work authority – Production-centered focus
Do you see any SYMPTOMS here?
Rates Don’t Tell the Entire Story “EMR, TCIR, DART, DAFWII” Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Blood Pressure ALL – “LAGGING INDICATORS” Focus on LEADING INDICATORS Miles Walked/Hills Climbed Inspections conducted – hazards identified BBSO observations performed Abatement lapse time reduction Proactive, Preventive, Predictive Don’t “Jim Fixx” the data – it has value (Balance)
SHMS Vs. Health Wellness SHMS Elements Written Programs & Systems Goals/Objectives Commitment/Leadership Employee Involvement Accountability (Evaluations) Annual Evaluation JHAs, Inspections, Worksite Analysis, Hazard Prevention Training and Education Health & Wellness Written Health Plan Goals/Objectives Discipline & Commitment Support System (Family) Accountability (Scale) Routine Physical Exams Self-Monitoring, FitBit, Blood Pressure, Stress Training and Education
Goals, Incentives, & Appraisals Do (Perform) Check (Appraise) Act (Incentives) Plan (Goals) Safety $250 Quality $250 Delivery $250 Cost
The Importance of Annual Reports “Best physical in a decade” – October 2011 Like a comprehensive annual medical examination for your entire SHMS Should be critical, accurate, and honest Change it up – Don’t do the same old thing Scrap the template and the cut & paste Make sure to use well-trained evaluators
Preventive Maintenance & Wellness “Run to failure” is a bad option in wellness!!! And in SHMS Stay with it – it takes consistent effort Nutrition / Exercise / Education / Encouragement Training / Drills / BBSO / Encouragement The power of mantras and creeds “Cathoholics and our changing creed”
Traits of a Healthy Workplace STOP WORK Authority Housekeeping Community Involvement Health and Wellness Ergonomics Industrial Hygiene
The Ranger Creed “I” Appears 15 times in the Ranger Creed.
My New Mantra? “Food Equals Death”
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Suggestion Develop your own “Mantra” or “Creed” – Individual – Organizational Make it Personal – Individual Ownership is Key to Success Find and Use good Visual Cues
Why OSHA has the VPP Flag Joseph DeCastro Lopez Lomong Carlos Vincente FIND YOUR OWN FLAG!!!
It is GREAT to be here…. TRUST Me!!!
Contact Information Brad Baptiste Regional VPP Manager U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration Denver Regional Office – Region VIII Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Building 1244 Speer Boulevard, Suite 510 Denver, Colorado 80202 720-264-6555 Baptiste.firstname.lastname@example.org