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Kingdom of Bahrain Electricity & Water Authority Industrial Security & Safety Directorate Our Vision in Accident Reduction 26 - 27 May 2010 - Kuwait Prepared.

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1 Kingdom of Bahrain Electricity & Water Authority Industrial Security & Safety Directorate Our Vision in Accident Reduction May Kuwait Prepared by Eng. Abdullah Saad Alhuwaihi Eng. Qatami Mohd Almaraisi Ali Hassan Alafoo

2 Contents : 1.History. 2.Definition. 3. Introduction. 4. Accident Statistics. 5. Causes of Accident. 6. Accident Reduction.

3 History Ancient Egyptian (1600 BC) recognized the hazards of breathing the fumes produced by melting silver and gold. In 1667 the great fire of London caused the first English fire insurance laws to be enacted. In 1730 Benjamin Franklin organized the first fire fighting company. 1864, North America’s first accident insurance policy was issued.

4 In 1878, the first recorded call by a labor organization for federal occupational safety and health law is heard. In 1918, the American Standards Association was founded. In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson called for a federal occupational safety and health Law. In 1969, the Construction Safety Act (CSA) was passed. In 1969, the Board of certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) was established. In 1970, President Richard Nixon signed into law the occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).

5 Definition Accident:Accident: – unfortunate mishap/ any thinning happen suddenly or by chance. Near Miss:Near Miss: –It comes to happen. Causes of accident:Causes of accident: –Unsafe act. –Unsafe condition.

6 Age. Experience. Time of day. Work load. Type of work. Health of worker. Factors:

7 Accident Cost (OSHA) $ Indirect Cost 1 $ Direct Cost

8 Introduction: Risk Control Organization was established in 1983 with minimum responsibility of Safety Fire and Security guarding of MEW premises. Industrial Security & Safety Directorate was established in 2002 with full responsibility of Safety, Fire, Occupational Health, Environment and Security.

9 General Information : Employees: 3800 Contractors: 1500 E & W plants: 4 Electricity S/S: 93 Water blending station: 60 Assets value = 1.3 bBD

10 ISSD chart Director, ISSD Chief, Safety & Environment ٍSafety & Environment Group Fire Group Security Section Insurance Section

11 Accident Statistics Note: Accident count when the injured person take wore than 24 hrs Sick Leave

12 Lost Day

13 Cost Accident

14 Causes of Accident 1.Negligence. 2.Lack of supervisory. 3.Speed the work. 4.Lack of internal training programme. 5.Work Load. 6.Weather ( Heat, Humid, cold)

15 Falls Struck Caught Contact with Lifting Accident Type

16 Injury typeWounds Burn Fracture Bruises

17 Body affected Arms, Hands & Fingers 21.5% Foot, Toes, Knee, & legs 30.4% Eyes 8.9% Head, Face & Neck 20.3% Back & Chest 17.7% Note: the injuries concentrate in hands & legs

18 Ref. Ministry of Lab. Type of Accident in economic sector

19 Ref. Ministry of Lab. Type of Accident in economic sector

20 Challenge 1.Changing of safety culture of EWA staff. 2.Training and education. 3.Supervision. 4.Communication. 5.Health screening. 6.Near miss accident record.

21 OUR VISION (What we want to be?) We want to be THE UTILITY THAT BEST MANAGES RISKS To ensure absolute protection to the public, customers, employees & all others involved; to safeguard assets & operations; thus to guarantee the highest quality in our services. To be the innovative think- tank on RM to eliminate risks wherever possible and reduce, control or finance them where they are unpredictable, thus to maintain the image of a responsible public utility. OUR MISSION (Why we exist?) RM RESOURCE CENTER OF EWA To provide State-of-the-Art RM/RF support to protect lives, assets & operations, thus to ensure the best achievement of overall corporate plans of EWA.

22 OUR VALUES (What's important to us?) COMBINE EFFORTS OF ALL TO MANAGE RISKS Harness committed participation of all staff, contractors, customers/public to appreciate risk exposures inherent in EWA functions & to promote collective responsibility to manage risks most efficiently. OUR STRATEGY MAP (Priorities & focus)...TOWARDS THE BEST RISK MANAGEMENT TO GUARANTEE SERVICES OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY ESSENTIAL TO GROWTH OF THE KINGDOM…

23 Strategy to Reduce Accident in EWA Safety Management Balance score cards Monthly meeting Annual Survey Employees satisfaction Auditing Training & awareness Communications Operation ProactiveApproach Daily Performance

24 Road Map for Safety & Health Management Priorities of Hazards Risk Elimination Risk Review Risk Assessment Compliance External Focus Culture External Auditor Insurance Auditor Communication Culture Change Pollution prevention Voice of people Safety & Health

25 Our strategy in Reducing Accident Safety & Health Inspection. Changing safety culture. Health Promotion Program. Risk assessment. Increase awareness of EWA staff. Safety week and safety & health campaign. Personal Protective Equipment. Formulate industrial security & safety committee. Safety & Health procedure and standards. Posters, leaflets and booklets. Changing working Hours in June, July & August.

26 1. What risks do we face? 2. What planning assumptions should we make? 3. What are our resilience requirements? 4. What is the current level of capability/gaps? 5. Readiness Assessment Resilience planning cycle

27 Planning Assumptions What are they? Support Medium term resilience planningSupport Medium term resilience planning Provide agreed statement on the scale of challengeProvide agreed statement on the scale of challenge What will be the risks at EWA that could exceed the likelihood threshold ?What will be the risks at EWA that could exceed the likelihood threshold ? Set out the nature and scale of consequences that responders may faceSet out the nature and scale of consequences that responders may face

28 Capability Management Cycle Risk Assessment Invest Capability Needs Assets Gap Analysis Cost/ Benefit PlanPriorities

29 Thank you


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