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Contractor Performance Data October 2013
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Site Contractors w/o Gulfstream.29 Freeport Site w/o Gulfstream.24 Site Contractors with Gulfstream.34 Dow.12 Number of OSHAs Dow 4 Contractor 12 Gulfstream YTD OSHA Rates
September Recordables Axion – Repetitive motion injury lifting/sorting boxes Axion Railserve – Sprained ankle stepping off of a train Railserve Dow Cut arm working with sheet metal Pulled calf muscle getting out of a vehicle Gulfstream Piling Inc. - Broken ankle from welding rig tipping onto employee Fluor- Pinched hand on crane outrigger
Are you on both lists? High # of incidents High ratio of man hours to incidents
5 walking OSHA’s!!! How are you keeping your folks focused on the task? Effective tailgates Field observations Interventions Detailed JEPs and STACs
Turn in your near misses! (Target is 8)
Same factors as our overall incidents!! How are you keeping your folks focused on the task?
Good job making your near miss rate goal- is your company on this list? Are your Foremen participating in the near miss program? What are you doing to encourage them? 48%
Common observations- STAC, PPE, housekeeping
Are you on this list? How are you addressing your PPE issues?
Are you on this list? How are you managing employees that have had multiple incidents?
Are you on this list? Review your at risk program…
Still on track for a great year… End the year strong!
RECOGNITIONS Gene Roberts
JVI: Tommy Miller, Tom Miller, Billy Allen, Barry Lovett & Darst the Dow Site has been recognized along with their crews for the dedication & commitment for keeping all personnel safe & reaching 1 Million Man Hrs w/out an Dow and Samsung. – Recognized By James Reynolds, Brent Bowers & Pelle Donham Skyline: 5 YEARS OSHA FREE Tracer: Caniel Massey was recognized for a job well done for handling the Heat Trace B Good job of communicating & had a great attitude while performing the job safely. Brand: Insulators OC-501 was recognized for flagging a leak on the D-121 system. Drum was pressured tested and the leak tighten and stopped. – Recognized by Matthew MacDonald Infinity Maintenance: OC-501Crew took ownership of plant by putting a piece of critical equipment back together after working long hrs. This job was completed quickly and safely. – Recognized by Timothy Closs Norrell: Norrell crew Sadara OJT Training Facilities has worked 4,618 man hours on the Sadara OJT projects with no incidents and very high quality work. Completed work in a timely and safe manner. – Recognized by Randy Moore
Maxim: Matt Vanhal, Martin Castaneda, Chuck Walker & Ray LHC-8 did excellent work on critical job for ID-9 shaft removal. Job was short noticed. Crew worked 14hr day, lifts managed between high winds and also work through the rain. Lifts were done safely & critical equipment completed with any incidents.- Recognized by Frank Duncan & Steven Baker Industrial Gunite: IGI LHC-7 successfully completed the restoration on H-5 Furnace project with ZERO INCIDENTS!!! 3,614 Man-Hrs work on project. – Recognized by IGI Management STS: Dwight Barrett & Robert Dohle were instrumental in the development of the FRP training curriculum for the Sadara project. Safety procedures were integrated as part of the training & safety hazards were pointed out. – Recognized by MTS Department Firetrol: Bryan Zickefoose, John Lynn, Chad Gifford, David Lynn & Charlie the B-3803 Dow GEP Project worked well with Operations & the other Contractors. Crew performed well, keeping Safety at the forefront of their tasks. Crew performed quality work while being Safe and complying with the Cow Culture. – Recognized by Joe Rosales, MEC Team. To see the full recognitions, please go to
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