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1Job Loss Analysis Overview Baytown ComplexJob Loss AnalysisOverviewUsing this presentation to help all workers understand the JLA processing. All Contractor Mechanical work when using tools, equipment, or Above Basic PPE.
2At the ExxonMobil Baytown Complex we use these tools ()PermitJLACVALPSA=+++Some job task might not require you to have a Permit, but will still be required to use LPSA, JLA(s) with CVA If you are performing work with TOOL, EQUIPMENT, OR ABOVE BASIC PPE.If you think your job task should not require a JLA, you must get a Deviation from ExxonMobil.Nobody Gets Hurt!We will be discussing the JLA and Crew Verification Attachment (CVA) Requirements in this Overview Training
3Job Loss Analysis DEFINITION: JLA - A pre-written tool used to carefully study and record each step of a job or task, identifying existing or potential risks (operational inefficiencies, business losses, safety, health, environmental, product quality), and determining the critical actions to follow in order to perform the job loss free.A JLA is required for all Contractor mechanical WORK, while using tools, equipment, or Special (above basic) PPE.Review slides and discuss the Bolded words. What does that mean to your workers.
4When is a JLA / CVA Required? Use LPSAThese items must bediscussed and mitigatedUsing Basic PPE onlyGathering and Handling hand Tools at Ground LevelLoad or off load a truck with materials less than 50 lbs.Receiving a permitNormal walkingSetting up a Job w/ No above basic PPEVisual Daily Inspection of Tools, Scaffold, or Work EquipmentOperating / Riding in Passenger Vehicles / UTV CartsVisual Inspection when Not using Tools or Above Basic PPEUse LPSA with JLA + CVAThese items must bediscussed and mitigatedUsing Special PPE such as respiratory, chemical protective clothing, special gloves, face shields, double-hearing protection, etc.Using Fall arrest EquipmentLoading large and bulky equipment over 50 lbs. (scaffolding, pipe spools, reels of cable, etc.)Operating Motorized Equipment such as Forklifts, Cranes, Backhoes, and JLGPerforming work with tools / equipmentThe items listed under LPSA are done as a mental task..For Example: (1) When walking in clear pathways, use your LPSA if there are any hazards such as rocks/loose gravel or hoses in the path. (2) Inspecting tools or scaffolding prior to use is all part of your mental LPSAAll LPSA items must be communicate amongst the work crew so others are aware of potential losses that you see and Must be MITIGATED prior to anyone working.And don’t forget: If You See Something, Do Something……Just knowing about a potential loss will not protect you or someone else unless you Do Something about it!
5Nobody Gets Hurt! JLA BENEFITS Often, incidents occur because employees are not aware of the risk or do not fully understand the consequences of a particular task or the critical step of a process.The development of the JLA for high risk or tasks will benefit the organization in the following areas:Proactively identify risks and prescribes actions to take for each riskProvides a bases/standard for Loss Prevention ObservationsHelps standardize common job tasks/processesServes as an excellent “task training” toolGreat tool for hazard analysis regarding new tasks, equipment or procedures that are non-routine.What tools do we have for Assessing and Analyzing our Task? LPSA / JLAsWhen you plan the work, discuss the plan and then work the plan you leave no room for miscommunication.When you identify a loss and then mitigate the loss, you remove the potential for the loss to occur ensuring Nobody Gets Hurt.Nobody Gets Hurt!
6Job Loss Analysis The following 10 steps are required for all work: Identify Work - Identify job to be performed and personnel that will perform the work.Gather Procedures - Obtain a copy of the appropriate JLA(s) for the task, Crew Verification Attachment, and any applicable support documents such as Permit, Variances, 9040 form, Critical Lift, OPE, Ventilation or Abatement Plans, Inspection Checklists, etc.Perform LPSA - Perform Loss Prevention Self-Assessment (LPSA) of the job task and work area. Identify potential losses and mitigation steps required.Hold Toolbox - Review and discuss LPSA and JLA jointly as a work team. Ensure everyone understands the LPSA for each task associated with the job, and all team members agree with it prior to starting work.Complete Crew Verification Attachment- Used to capture Safety Showers and RAA locations, ExxonMobil Contact Name and remind crew of other paperwork required (Vent, Critical Lift, Abatement Plans, 9040 Form.)These are the Steps Foreman and crew should verify are complete prior to work starting.
7Job Loss Analysis Continued: Agree to Plan - After discussing and reviewing the LPSA, JLA, Crew Verification Attachment, and associated support documents have everyone sign the Verification Attachment acknowledging their understanding and commitment to follow them.Eliminate Losses - Implement the elimination or mitigation steps discussed before starting work.Continuous LPSA - Start work. Use LPSA throughout the task to identify potential losses as the job progresses.Update Plan - Start work. If conditions or the plan changes during the work, all members associated with the work should STOP, rethink, and discuss the LPSA for new potential losses and mitigate. If additional task step(s) are required gather the required JLAs or write a JLA.Continuous Communications - Additional persons becoming involved with work already in progress must perform an LPSA and discuss the LPSA performed by the other crewmembers prior to starting work.Continued:These are the Steps Foreman and crew should verify are complete prior to work starting.
8JLA ExpectationsThe entire work group must ensure they have the JLA(s) for the task to be performedThe entire work group must discuss and understand the LPSA for worksite/task + JLA + CVA, and sign CVA prior to starting work.LPSA + JLA + CVA must be finalized at the job site, and LPSA must be done continuously as conditions or scope changes occur.All hazards identified must be discussed and eliminated or mitigated prior to starting work.The entire work group must use LPSA at the jobsite and help identify any type of Loss. All workers including foreman or lead man must sign CVA prior to starting work.
9JLA ExpectationsStandbys (bottle/fire/entry watch) must be trained and know their Responsibilities / Tools and use LPSA and the JLA for their task.The JLA / CVA must be posted at the jobsite on the Out Side of ALL BarricadesA new CVA must be completed for each shift, even if working on the same jobThe CVA must be turned into your supervisor at the end of the shiftSupervisors must perform jobsite observations and verify the JLAs cover the task being performed, if deficiencies are found then start process to get JLA(s) updatedJLAs with CVA Must be at the Jobsite (Not in trucks or at ground level is working on the 15th floor of a structure)Each Shift must Have their own Paper work!!
10A CVA must be completed and accompany the JLA JLA MUST Have CVAA CVA must be completed and accompany the JLAAT THE JOB SITE.At The Jobsite!!
11Ensure you have all pages of the To verify everyone has a good understanding of the losses that could occur from task:Workers MUST Read and Discuss the JLA(s)Workers MUST Follow all Mitigations listed on the JLAWorkers MUST wear all required PPE described on the JLA(s), Permits, or other job plansWorkers must follow all mitigation and PPE requirements on the JLAs.Verify they have all the JLAs and all pages of the JLAsEnsure you have all pages of theJLA(s) at the jobsite
12What do we do if a Task is not covered on the JLA(s) we are using StopContact FOREMAN and/or SAFETY.Next everyone in the work crew must do a LPSA on new task andDiscuss findings then write a JLA.Supervisor must turn the JLA in to On-Site Coaching Team for approvals after job is complete
13JLA Coaching TeamThe coaching team will perform routine structured observations of the Contractor JLA + LPSA systems by reviewing work in progress. The primary focus of this team is to check for JLA + LPSA effectiveness (i.e. proper identification and understanding of the losses that could occur, and ensuring these are properly mitigated and workers are following the plans and procedures).The work crews will be observed for specific loss identification, mitigation and elimination of losses and compliance with their LPSA and written plans developed, using the LPSA + JLA process. Workers being observed will receive instant feedback and coaching on improvement opportunities.The Coaching Team is Here to Help Guide the workers on Hazard awareness and identification. The workers should NOT STOP WORKING, when they are being observed or if they see a coach coming their way.
14Level 3 – Serious Injury Potential 1. Working with No JLA or CVA at worksite2. JLA Does Not Address Task Being Performed3. JLA & associated documents cannot be read and Work crew Doesn’t know Losses for Task4. Previous Shift / Day (Changing Date and Permit Number)5. Work crew failed to STOP when scope of work changed. Work crew did not obtain different JLA or write JLA to cover new task6. Not Following JSA, Variance, Zero Energy State, Critical Lift Plan, Abatement, Heat Stress, or Ventilation Plan or 9040 Form7. Mitigation Steps not implemented as per JLA (not PPE)8. Not wearing Special PPE required on JLA / permit due to imminent hazard that could cause serious injury9. Not Identifying and Mitigating LPSA items with Immediate Serious Loss PotentialThese are what Level 3 findings are.
15JLA RISK LEVEL BREAK DOWN Level 3 - Serious Injury PotentialJob halted to prevent injury from occurringExxonMobil FLS and Contract Company Foreman/Safety will be called to job siteDiscussion of the hazard and corrective actions needed held on the job siteContract Company will need to complete the JHA Coaching At-risk Observation Analysis Form (Attachment 5) and fill out an NLI and fax to ExxonMobil Safety (4-5977) within 24 hoursExxonMobil JHA Supervisor and corresponding Buddy Manager will be notified through of the Level 3 ObservationLevel 2 - Moderate Injury PotentialCoach worker(s) in the FieldLevel 1 - Low Injury PotentialIf no issues are identified, the Observers will provide immediate verbal recognition to the workers in the field.When Level 3 findings are found, these are the steps that will be taken. Level 1 and 2’s are coaching in the field to help the workers understand the hazards found.