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1 Health and safety management The basics and New trends and opportunities’

2 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013

3 The figures

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5 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Every single one of these deaths is a tragedy

6 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  Good safety and health is good business.  The cost of accidents at work and occupational illness ranges for most countries from 2.6 to 3.8% of Gross National Product (GNP)

7 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  Basics  Safety culture  New trends and opportunities

8 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Basics of OSH  Prevention principles  Management systems for OSH  Legal requirements and certification Eu  Spain and regional management system  Integrated management systems  Certification. OSHAS

9 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Resources  Workers insurance. Non profit orgnaizations audited by government  If a worker has an accident the insurance cover and do the follow up of the recovery.  Their results depends on the accident rate of their client companies. They could be interested in preventive action for their clients, Marginal actions. OHS services. SME usually outsource the function. (transfer of risks?) Mostly linked to HR or Quality and Environment. Private companies. Compeition based on price not quality.

10 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 CULTURAL CHANGE Cultural change takes time It requires leadership and enthusiasm Open, honest and trusting communication

11 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Traits of the SC in Nuclear industry 11 TraitDescription Problem Resolution and Metrics The organization ensures that issues potentially impacting safety or security are promptly identified, fully evaluated, and promptly addressed and corrected commensurate with their significance. Personal Responsibilities and Attitudes Everyone is personally responsible for nuclear safety. Processes and Procedures Processes for planning and controlling work activities are implemented such that safety is maintained. Continuous LearningOrganizational learning is embraced.

12 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Proposed Workshop Traits (continued) 12 TraitDescription Leadership Safety Behaviors Leaders demonstrate commitment to safety. Encouraging Report of Problems The organization maintains a safety conscious work environment in which personnel feel free to raise concerns without fear of retaliation. Effective Safety Communication Effective communication is essential to maintain focus on safety. Respectful Work Environment Trust and respect permeate the organization.

13 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  It means that safety is everybody’s business.   From the moral aspect to the legal aspect, we all benefit from a safe work environment.

14 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Skill-Based Behavior  Skill-Based Behavior –a set of sensory-motor routines that result in control of integrated patterns of movements. This implies skillin the use of tools and equipment. Skill often manifests itself by performing accurately and quickly.  -Errors here may be the result of inaccuracy, caused by inattention, physical impairment, environmental distractions, or attempts toaccomplish too much in the time available.

15 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Rule-Based Behavior  –When several options for action present themselves the worker selects an action from a set of known rules. Based on the specific conditions, the worker selects a path of action that does not conflict with any known rules. Skill developed in applying rules rapidly is often called ‘know- how.’  -Errors may occur here as the result of not knowing or properly understanding all pertinent rules, or as the result of haste, not thoroughly considering all of the possible options.

16 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Knowledge-based behavior  --In situations where know-how is inadequate, the worker is required to derive a set of actions from a ‘mental model’of the situation.  -Rules for action are deduced from the model. When given an unusual situation, the worker may form a hypothetical explanation based on the mental model and conceptually test the outcome of certain actions before taking specific action. The model may include an assessment of the likelihood of certain factors that may have occurred.  -Errors here can result from an inadequate mental model, incorrect hypotheses, inappropriate assessment of probabilities, illogicalassessment of the outcome of certain actions, missing or inappropriate data, etc. etc.  -When more than one person (or levels in an organization) is involved in the process, inadequate communication between people may contribute to errors in the final outcome.

17 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Working conditions Unsafe behaviour  Easiest to correct (and very cost effective)  Easiest to prevent  Safety audits  Safety inspections  Maintenance schedules for equipment  Encouraging employee reporting  Good housekeeping  Unsafe Acts  Most difficult to address  Changing behavior isn’t easy  Best prevented by developing a “safety culture”

18 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  Cover up  Close ranks  Admit nothing  Tell no one  Pretend nothing happened

19 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Free sources for OHS  episodes-listing-view?filmid=napo-002-the-adventures-of- napo episodes-listing-view?filmid=napo-002-the-adventures-of- napo

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23 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 What you can do now  Speak Up, Stay Safe  https://www.britsafe.org/speakupstaysafe/films https://www.britsafe.org/speakupstaysafe/films  Raise your hand   Get the experience form the experts of the job. E.g. Best Agers partners work towards a cross-generational innovation 

24 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 What you can do in the future  Integrate safety as a key issue in your daily decisions  Safety for everyone.  Solidarity linked to health and safety. NGO and voluntary basis. Decent work. Child labour.

25 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 As parents next generation contribution  Growing healthy minds.

26 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 New technological opportunities  Learning and traning- gamification/hyper reality  Incident reporting-snaps/sara  Incident investigation  The cloud

27 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 New Technology challenges  Fuzzy borders between home and work  Ergonomics

28 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Families without borders “microcoordinació dels aspectes familiars”

29 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Els nous riscos  New risk: safety/ergonomics/psicoso cials  compulsive usage of smartphones  the mobile phone dissolves the boundaries that separate work and home

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31 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Mobile desk Utilització compulsiva dels dispositius mòbils La dissolució de les fronteres entre treball i família

32 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Safety Buddy  Safety Buddy is a task tracking application - Safety Buddy keeps you straight when it comes to all the tasks and actions that you need to capture and keep track of. All data is kept within a database on the device.  First, you would create a Task List, from there, you would create a number of actions that are part of and associated with the task list.  Task lists and actions can have high priority status applied to them so that they stand out - these are identified with a Red ribbon - like a book mark.  You can track each of your task lists and actions as well as Task List Metrics at a glance for any given Task List.  What is also pretty cool about this app is that you have the number of open tasks identified on the App Icon, so that you are always informed about the number of actions that are still outstanding.  Another cool feature that Safety Buddy has to offer is that you can your task lists - the shows completed task as well as high priority.  This will be a great tool for any Safety Professional.

33 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  KHA, Online-MSDS™ is proud to present the—first—MSDS mobile app. Get instant access to the innovator’s of electronic MSDS management’s industry-leading database of MSDS and SDS.   Search and view an unlimited number of (M)SDSs. Respond quickly and competently in emergency situations. Gain instant insight into the chemicals and products you are working with—all from the palm of your hand!   Add an unlimited number of frequently referenced (M)SDSs to your personal “My Favorites” binder. Forward complete (M)SDSs by fax, or SMS (text message); or share the (M)SDS that you use by Tweet or Facebook post.   KHA also offers complete (M)SDS, inventory and environmental compliance services. Find out why thousands of companies have made KHA, Online-MSDS™ the global choice for MSDS compliance and data management services. Visit us online at or call  **Please note that MSDS and SDS delivered by MSDS Mobile have primarily been authored for North American markets**

34 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 BeforeAfter

35 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Receive all the latest workplace safety news on your iPhone!  Sonómetre

36 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  Distància i velocitat

37 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Seguretat pública. Alerta en per grans emergències  IN the future mobile applications  Rave Alert calls themselves the “next generation alerting system” for mass emergencies and is employed in places like colleges or apartment communities to alert a large group at one time via text messaging, , PA system, Facebook and even via Twitter. It is being adopted most quickly by colleges and high schools in this post-Virginia Tech era. Rave Alert

38 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 “anti-violence apps, Context: Aplicacions per a seguretat personal”  “When the MyForce button is pressed, the user's phone begins recording audio. Trained dispatchers validate emergencies from listening to real-time audio. This is a safeguard to make sure no erroneous calls are sent to local first responders. The monitoring company is registered in all 50 states, maintaining trust with local first responders. MyForce reports are taken seriously.  MyForce can access a user's name, address, full physical description and emergency contact list, and provide that data to the police. Users are encouraged to list safety issues in their system profiles — experiences with violence or abuse, for example — plus allergies, medications and health issues. Profile information is secure and only accessed when there's an emergency reported.  If a call for help is sent out by accident, users have the option to call in and cancel the alert. Personal identification numbers must be provided to cancel a request. The operators will also call members to make sure it's not a true emergency. At this time, employees will ask for the specified pre-arranged "Safe Word." If the safe word is wrong, they will respond to the call because the user might be in trouble — or forced to cancel the alert. “ Repte: Com coordinar-se amb el sistema existent?

39 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 WISER (Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders  WISER (Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders) is a mobile application designed to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents.  WISER: Information from Authoritative Sources  First responders in general, and HAZMAT units in particular, must make many decisions quickly in handling hazardous-materials incidents. They need accurate information about the hazardous substances, the emergency resources available, and the surrounding environmental conditions to save lives and minimize the impact on the environment and physical property. The WISER application extracts content from TOXNET's Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB), an authoritative, peer-reviewed information resource maintained by the National Library of Medicine, and places that information into the hands of those who need it most.  Features of WISER  * Rapid access to the most important information about a hazardous substance by an intelligent synopsis engine and display called “Key Info”  * Intuitive, simple, logical user interface developed by working with experienced first responders  * Comprehensive decision support, including assistance in identification of an unknown substance and, once the substance is identified, guidance on immediate actions necessary to save lives and protect the environment  * GIS support provides for isolation/protective distance overlays on a map of the incident  * Access to NLM’s Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB), which contains detailed peer-reviewed information on hazardous substances  * User Profiles enable users to specify the role they are currently playing at the scene of an incident: first responder, HAZMAT specialist, or EMS specialist. The key information presented to the user about a substance varies depending on this role, so that the information most relevant to the respective job can be quickly accessed.  * Radiological and biological substance support.  * Mobile support, providing first responders critical information where they need it, when they need it.  Coming next to WISER: Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management (CHEMM) integration and ERG  CHEMM (http://chemm.nlm.nih.gov/) will add content focused on enabling first responders, first receivers, other healthcare providers, and planners to plan for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the effects of mass-casualty incidents involving chemicals.  Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) content will be updated to match the newly released ERG https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wiser-for-iphone-ipod-touch/id ?mt=8

40 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Learning and entertainement  Description  IH DIG (Industrial Hygiene Data Interpretation Game) is a game which illustrates the need for industrial hygienists to use statistical tools EVERY TIME they interpret sampling data. Studies in professional judgment show that expertise is best developed through focused training with instant feedback. The IH DIG is a fun app to help Exposure

41 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 WORKING ALONE  This App was developed specifically for the Oil and Gas Industry, however it can be used for lots of other industries or uses - especially when you want to know where your employee's are. The Working Alone App allows field workers to keep their Supervisors up to date as to their situation when they are traveling around remote locations on their own. One of the main advantages of the Working App is that it allows you to set up s ahead of time, so that when you arrive at your location, you can hit send - what is unique about this App is that it includes your current location when it sends the . If you don't check in with your Supervisor or Call Centre when required by your company's policy, your Supervisor or Call Centre has the option of calling to make sure you are Ok and if they don't get a response, they can dispatch someone or emergency services to your location.

42 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Safety talks  Safety Talks - Health & Safety (UK Edition) Welcome to Safety Talks - Health & Safety (UK Edition) for Android. Safety Talks is an illustrated training aid, covering all the main safety related topics for many industries in an easy to follow method. Each Safety Talk gives the reader a simple outline of Health and Safety with SpeechBubble's unique illustrations. The Safety Talks included in the Health & Safety (UK Edition) are: Employees Duties Clothing Eye Protection Hearing Protection Skin Protection Manual Handling General Site Plant And Equipment General Health & Safety Refresher The Benefits of Safety Health on Site Young People on site Risk Assessments Safety Inspections and Consultations 

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44 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013  This FREE Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) app features the latest discussions, webinars and topics from our featured experts and publishers on the topics of:  - Occupational Health  - Workplace Safety  - OH&S Training and Tutorials  - OH&S Youtube Videos from Featured Experts  - Facebook & Twitter Discussions  - …plus a whole lot more!  The App also features the latest OH&S Job listings across Australia, the USA, UK, and Canada.  Stay connected by installing this FREE Occupational Health & Safety app today!  Tags: occupational health apps, android apps occupational health, occupoational health, occupational safety apps for android, occupational safety android apps.

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46 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Safety snaps  Safety Snaps is the quick and simple way to collect and share information on safety, health and environment issues.  With Safety Snaps you can take a photo, add a description, select a priority and record your current location. Safety Snaps will also add the time and date.  You can share your Safety Snap by sending a Safety Snap . This is a simple way to notify those responsible for fixing the problem or for you to keep a record of the problems.  Safety Snaps is suitable for any workplace and helps provide and maintain a safe working environment.  If you see a problem Safety Snap it!

47 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Sistemes integrats. HSEQ Manager is designed to help companies report on Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality using iPhone and iPad applications, making it paperless. The reporting system allows the user to create a report remotely and then send it to be closed out as required. The following reports are available: HSE - Accident/Incident report HSE - Near miss report HSE - Hazard report Quality - Non conformance report Quality - Near miss report Quality - Improvement notice report HSEQ - Behavioural report

48 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 Augmented reality  n_897704&feature=iv&src_vid=mn- zvymlSvk&v=2eSlMSJ65Kc n_897704&feature=iv&src_vid=mn- zvymlSvk&v=2eSlMSJ65Kc  It could be Adjusted for a diverse workforce  Multidisciplinary- Workplace design

49 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013 The new learning tools  Ubiquitous learning (u-learning) tool.  M-learning adoption Mobile learning  MOOC (opencourse wera. Massive courses)  Adobe connect

50 Multidisciplinary European Forum. KUAS Joensuu. March 2013   THANKS!  KIITOS!  GRÀCIES!


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