Health, Safety and Environment Best Practices Presented to HBR Leading and Lagging Indicators Company Wide Hand Safety Campaign
Health, Safety and Environment Hand Safety Campaign 2011 - 2012 Purpose: Data shows a rise in hand-related incidents which prompted a company wide call to action Scope: As a result we developed a comprehensive hand injury prevention campaign that will focus on the elimination of hand injuries
Health, Safety and Environment Program Elements – Twelve Toolkits Training materials (for toolbox Conversations) PowerPoint Presentations Web-based multi media/DVDs for field (graphic) Posters, banners, stickers Pocket cards Work planning and Evaluation tools Awareness Checklists Glove selection documented during task planning Procedure guides Hand Safety sampling tool Alerts, Advisories, Safety Shares BeyondZero stories/testimonials Single Source of materials on Intranet with instruction
Health, Safety and Environment Some Strategies Leverage best practices from within the company and from industry Built-in flexibility to meet site-specific needs/requirements Twelve month schedule communicated to Field/Office Leadership by HSE. Engagement of BeyondZero Leadership Teams On a global scale, leadership evaluated the overall campaign effectiveness
Health, Safety and Environment 3 Keys to Success 1.Focus from all levels of management was highlighted by participation in a global hand incident (any level) review call weekly. 2.Proper glove selection and keeping up with new technologies. 3.Awareness and hazard recognition. All the tool kits we put together really helped shed light on line of fire and other awareness issues that are key to preventing hand incidents.
Health, Safety and Environment Campaign results! Pre-campaign vs. Campaign implementation
Health, Safety and Environment HANDS – ON – ACTIVITIES Eight Fingers (Shoe Challenge) Scenario: Two individuals will be selected or (volunteer) from the audience (which have shoes with laces) to take on this challenge. The objective is to tie shoe laces on each of their shoes. The first individual to complete the challenge will receive a prize (of your choosing) and applause from the group. Task: Tie shoe laces on both shoes. Challenge: The thumbs on both hands of each individual will be taped to the palm of the hand causing them to use only their fingers to tie each shoe. Both individual’s will be seated for this challenge. Learning: Illustrates how difficult it is to conduct a simple task like this example without the use of their thumbs on both hands. Get feedback from participants. Supplies: Both individual’s wear shoes with laces Duct or Packing Tape to tape both thumb’s to the palm of each hand 2 chairs