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1 1 Mine Health and Safety Council Presentation to Department of Mineral Resources Strategic Planning Session Birchwood Hotel 7-9 September 2012

2 Contents –The role of the MHSC –Alignment with DMR Strategic Objectives –The Road to Zero Harm –Strategic Plan of MHSC –Other MHSC Initiatives –Attaining ZERO HARM –Conclusions 2

3 Advise the Minister on all occupational health and safety issues in the mining industry relating to legislation, research and promotion Review and develop legislation for recommendation to the Minister Promote health and safety in the mining industry Oversee research in relation to health and safety in the mining industry Liaise with other bodies concerned with health and safety issues 3 MHSC Mandate Advise the Minister on all occupational health and safety issues in the mining industry relating to legislation, research and promotion Review and develop legislation for recommendation to the Minister Promote health and safety in the mining industry Oversee research in relation to health and safety in the mining industry Liaise with other bodies concerned with health and safety issues

4 Legislation Regulations Guidelines Standards Health Policy Health information Health regulations Research input Research needs Research programmes Operational Execution and Implementation State Labour Employers MHSC Overview 4 HIV/AIDS and TB programmes

5 In support of DMR Strategic Objectives 5 Departmental Outcomes Increased investment in the minerals and mining sector Improved health and safety conditions in the mining sector Achieve equitable and sustainable benefit from mineral resources Transformed minerals sector Efficient, effective and development oriented department

6 Alignment to DMR Strategic Objectives 6 Departmental Outcomes Increased investment in the minerals and mining sector Improved health and safety conditions in the mining sector Achieve equitable and sustainable benefit from mineral resources Transformed minerals sector Efficient, effective and development oriented department Goal: provide a framework to manage Health and Safety risks, enforce compliance and promote best practices in the mining sector

7 Attaining ZERO HARM is a journey Long Windy Very bumpy SAMI has achieved major successes but the challenge is ever-constant. In support of DMR Strategic Objectives

8 Occupational Safety – Fatalities and Injuries – Milestones Industry Target: Zero rate of fatalities and injuries Benchmark less than 1 fatality per 33 million hours worked by 2013 Occupational Health – Milestones Industry Target: Elimination of Silicosis No new cases of silicosis for new employees from 2008 Industry target: Elimination of Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) Deterioration < 10% Noise from any & all equipment < 110 dB(A) Health and Safety Yardstick

9 Our track record THE CHALLENGE REMAINS

10 10 PLANS - know where you going PEOPLE – right people doing the right things PROCESS – process to support the people PRIDE Professionalism Respect Integrity Delivery Excellence 4Ps towards Implementation

11 MHSC’s Strategic Plan THE PLAN

12 The Plan

13 1.Customer Perspective 2. Internal Business 3. Learning and Growth 4. Financial Perspective Four key objectives to deliver: i.Promote OHS culture in the sector ii.Provision of advisory reports on OHS iii.Strengthen Tripartite Partnerships iv.Implement outcomes of Summit Action Plan Two areas each focussing on i.Efficient Business Process ii.Knowledge Leadership through OHS research Three key objectives i.Adequate Capacity and skills ii.Enhance Knowledge and Information Management Two objectives: i.Financial sustainability ii.Appropriate resourcing for programmes The Plan

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15 OBJECTIVESMEASURESTARGETS 12/1313/1414/1515/1616/17 Customer 1. Promote the improvement of the Health and Safety Culture in the Mining Industry Average percent implementation level of the OHS culture framework 25%50%75%100% 2.Provision of advice reports that influence mining health and safety performance Number of all advice reports submitted by Council to the Minister Strengthen Tripartite Partnerships through promotion Percentage increase in awareness of the MHSC programmes at mine level and corporate centres Base + 20% 12/ % 13/14 + 5% 14/15 + 3% 15/16 + 3% 4.Implementing outcomes of SAP Progress of the implementation of the Summit Action Plan 60% of 2011 SAP 90% of 2011 SAP 60% of 2014 SAP 90% of 2014 SAP 60% of 2016 SAP Core aspects: 1.Tracking of reduction in mine incidents on OHS. i.Develop an implementation plan for the MHSC responsibilities in the Culture Transformation Framework. 2.Develop advice reports for the Minister including aspects on legislation and feedback on progress on SAP 3.Annual awareness survey focussing on increase in awareness (decreasing percentage implies that awareness levels expected to increase progressively) 4.To monitor and report on progress made on outcomes of the Summit. Customer & Stakeholder Perspective

16 OBJECTIVESMEASURESTARGETS 12/1313/1414/1515/1616/17 Internal Perspective 1.Operational excellence through efficient core business process Number of core processes mapped Become a knowledge leader in mine health and safety through conducting focused research Technology transfer and adoption of identified research (Ratio of adopted/transfer research to identified research outcomes) 30%50%60%100 % Core aspects:. 1.The improvement of core business processes will help to eliminate internal control issues and move the MHSC towards operational excellence 2.The MHSC must position itself as the first port of call for research information and advice regarding mine health and safety. i.Develop a programme of initiatives for research technology transfer and adoption including partnerships with innovation agencies to commercialise research Internal Perspective

17 OBJECTIVESMEASURESTARGETS 12/1313/1414/1515/1616/17 Learning& Growth 1. Ensuring adequate capacity and skills to deliver on mandate % Improvement of overall performance achievement of Balanced Scorecard (Current year performance – last year performance/ last year performance x 100) 10%5%4%3%2% 2.Enhancing knowledge and information management for staff and stakeholders No of information management initiatives implemented Core aspects: 1.The right balance of skills and high individual performance at the council and office level are imperative for MHSC to achieve its goals i.Undertake climate survey every year and implement change programmes to improve climate where gaps exist. 2.Improved organisational memory by securing and retaining information/data No of information management initiatives implemented Learning & Growth Perspective

18 OBJECTIVESMEASURESTARGETS 12/1313/1414/1515/1616/17 Financial 1. Ensure financial sustainability of MHSC Percentage of income collected 90%92%95% 2.Ensure appropriate financial resource for all MHSC programmes in order to deliver on objectives Maintain spending in line with approved budget variance 20%15%10%5% Core aspects: 1.The MHSC needs to ensure that it collects sufficient income to fulfill its mandate while encouraging OHS improvement 2.To ensure that programmes are adequately funded through developing and implementing zero based budgeting Financial Perspective

19 The Plan – summarised

20 Health and Safety Culture Implement culture transformation framework Improve tripartite relations Ensure implementation of summit commitments 20 Learning industry Establish Centre of Excellence for research, research implementation and capacity- building focusing on: Improve OHS capacity Reduce illiteracy in the mining sector Increase scarce skills that are critical to OHS Improve monitoring of occupation diseases Healthy and Safe Workplaces Eliminate Silicosis Eliminate NIHL Eliminate falls of Ground Eliminate transport and machinery accidents Improve lifestyle of mine workers Integrate and simplify compensation system MHSC Initiatives- OHS Summit

21 Health and Safety Culture Implement culture transformation framework 21 MHSC Initiatives- OHS Summit Over the years, MHSC focus has been to control workplace risks through technical aspects or the design of systems and controls. MHSC undertook the project Changing Minds, Changing Mines to develop a framework into making a revolutionary change towards attaining zero harm in the sector.

22 MHSC’s Culture Transformation Vision We, the Tripartite Stakeholders of the South African Mining Sector, see a future in which EVERY MINE EMPLOYEE SHALL RETURN HOME UNHARMED EVERY DAY. Mission Through the individual and collective efforts, each member of the South African Mining Sector, shall (led by the leaders and principals), adhere to the values of care and dignity towards respect for each other; not blaming but applying fair sanction through honesty, integrity and transparency, ensuring trust; equity and equality to attain ZERO HARM.

23 Initiatives – Activities TRANSFORMING THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING INDUSTRY

24 24 MHSC Initiatives- Culture Transformation At the Summit in November 2011, the principals launched the Culture Transformation Framework 11 pillars were identified Each focussing on various aspects that would improve the attitude and approach to OHS in the sector. Stakeholder prioritised 5 of the pillars. Focus is on promotion and implementation of the CTF Initiatives – Activities TRANSFORMING THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING INDUSTRY

25 PILLARINTENTION Bonus and Performance System We will ensure that ZERO HARM is prioritised ahead of production Risk ManagementWe will seek to eliminate risks at their source and investigate root causes LeadershipLeaders will lead by example in walking the ZERO HARM talk Leading PracticeWe will take a common approach to identifying and facilitating the adoption of leading OHS practices and research outcomes Elimination of Discrimination There will be no racism, genderism and any forms of unfair discrimination MHSC’s Culture Transformation

26 26 MHSC Initiatives- Regional Tripartite Forums Poor track record on dissemination Poor track record on implementation Mining Charter forces employers to focus on research How does the MHSC initiatives reach the target audience? How do issues on the ground reach the MHSC?

27 Regional Tripartite Forums provide ideal opportunity MHSC would like to support the initiatives Discussions at MHSC level on how to provide such support Involvement at various regions is first step MHSC Initiatives- Regional Tripartite Forums

28 28 MHSC Initiatives- HIV/AIDS & TB Summit At the Summit in November 2011, the principals agreed to work to the three pillars on HIV/AIDS, TB and Silicosis in the mining sector PREVENTION TREATMENT, CARE AND SUPPORT RESEARCH, MONITORING & SURVEILLANCE In total there are 22 areas focus.

29 29 MHSC Initiatives- Centre of Excellence The MHSC will fund the Centre of Excellence in line with an approved Business Plan for the Centre. The MHSC will ensure that leadership of the Centre implement a strategic plan in a coordinated and comprehensive manner in line with the mandate of the MHSC and purpose of the Centre. The MHSC will consider the Centre of Excellence as a provider of choice for research and capacity building as the Centre develops its own capacity to deliver.

30 30 MHSC Initiatives- 12/13 research programme Same problems in same focus areas MHSC took firm decision to review research identification No new research Undertake commitments in terms of continuation projects Complete Summit Action Plan commitments Deliver on HIV/AIDS and TB committments

31 31 SIMRAC advises MHSC on research needs, research programmes and establishes OHS research projects and ensure technology transfer from research outcomes. MRAC advises the MHSC on proposed regulatory changes, guidelines, codes of practice and standards MOHAC advises the MHSC on occupational health regulation and policy. MITHAC advises the MHSC on HIV/AIDS, TB in the sector. Advisory Committees Support to MHSC

32 To support the MHSC each committee has a BSC aligned to its function Committee related and specific Focus is Developing advisory notes Influencing improvements on OHS Delivery on Summit Action Plan Regular and Timeous Improved governance Advisory Committees Support to MHSC

33 ObjectiveMeasureRequirements for SIMRAC 1.Influence improvements on OHS Focus on development of new research programme Deliberate and recommend to MHSC on research Q1Q2Q3Q4 25%75%100% 2. Provide advice and reliable information on Health and Safety matters Recommendations on research programme improvement Research programme Q1Q2Q3Q Deliver on Summit Action Plan % of completed work on committee related responsibilities Work programme relating to HATS-OHS SAP Q1Q2Q3Q4 10%40%70%95% 4. Regular and Timeous feedback % implementation to committee work programme Work programme Q1Q2Q3Q4 90% 5. Improved governance and committee effectiveness % rating of Committee assessment Governance report by committee members Q1Q2Q3Q4 80% Advisory Committees Support to MHSC

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35 MHSC’s 2012/2013 Strategic Plan OUR PEOPLE

36 ZERO HARM THROUGH ACTION Core to the MHSC is the implementation of the Strategic Objectives. Focus on research and communication of outcomes to the regions Strengthening of Governance and Risk Monitoring MHSC Structure

37 MHSC’s 2012/2013 Strategic Plan PROCESS

38 Strategic Objectives have been budgeted for in the current year as follows: The Budget Implementation and delivery of the outcomes of the Summit is principal activity for the MHSC.

39 Financial Systems Supply Chain Management Systems Human Resources Systems ICT infrastructure and systems Research Management Communication and Promotion Key Systems

40 The MHSC continues to work tirelessly to make a meaningful contribution towards the realisation of ZERO HARM at South African mines. Reaching the industry’s 2013 milestones is indeed a mammoth task that calls for dedication and co-operation from all Attaining ZERO HARM

41 In support of DMR Strategic Objectives 41 Departmental Outcomes GoalMHSC Initiative Increased investment in the minerals and mining sector Promote and facilitate an increase in mining activity …… Improvement in culture of OHS in mines Improved health and safety conditions in the mining sector Provide a framework to manage health and safety …. Provide advisory note on OHS to the Minister Development of Focussed Research Achieve equitable and sustainable benefit from mineral resources Promote sustantainable resource management and contribute to skills development…. Implementation of the Summit action plans Transformed minerals sector Redress the past imbalances through broader participation in the minerals sector…. Culture Transformation Framework addresses issues on discrimination and gender Efficient, effective and development oriented department Attract, develop and train appropriate skills…. Development of Centre of Excellence

42 Each set is critically important to the reach the target… The right mind set…. Doing the right things…. With the right support…. Attaining ZERO HARM

43 Conclusion Supported by Towards Driven by

44 MHSC Disclaimer: All views expressed herein are the views of the author and do not reflect the views of the Mine Health and Safety Council unless specifically stated otherwise. The information is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, this information by persons or entities other than those intended recipient/s is prohibited. The replication of this material in any form will require approval from the author and Mine Health and Safety Council. Prepared by Navin Singh Mine Health and Safety Council Thank you


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