Presentation on theme: "Copyright SIEP B.V.. Driving for Excellence WHAT? To prevent good drivers from becoming complacent, and help them become even better WHY? Because road."— Presentation transcript:
WHAT? To prevent good drivers from becoming complacent, and help them become even better WHY? Because road transport is hazardous HOW? By changing the attitudes of drivers
HSE Performance over time Time Incident rate Technology and standards HSE Management Systems Improved culture Engineering improvements Hardware improvements Safety emphasis E&H Compliance Integrated HSE-MS Reporting Assurance Competence Risk Management Behaviour Visible leadership / personal accountability Shared purpose & belief Aligned performance commitment & external view HSE delivers business value
The Safe Behaviour Model 67%20% Initial cause of accidents Traditional focus of Behavioural Safety programs
Sense Can you see it? O pen door, driver without seatbelts Can you smell it? Dangerous gasses, petrol Can you feel it? Unusual vibrations, Can you hear it? Vehicle coming from behind, vehicle making strange noises One cannot sense everything Inexperienced, tired, stressed driver Odourless gasses (carbon monoxide) People breaking rules Drivers with extensive experience who become ‘blind’ to the hazards
Can you sense the hazards? How many are there? Are they Visible or Invisible? Imagine you are A pedestrian. The other driver What are the hazards then? Are they Visible or Invisible? Threats to Safety
Seeing It from Another Point of View EXAMPLE: Driver A is driving along a road with two lanes going each way. Driver A is in the fast lane when he notices another driver (B) behind, wanting to overtake. He is not sure how long driver B has been waiting.
Minor Accidents can have Serious Consequences What are the consequences of a traffic accident? Which ones are caused by: A minor accident A major accident Both What, for YOU, would be the worst consequence of a minor accident What can you do to avoid it?
= = STOP! Immediate Danger!STOP! Safety Hazards Present!PROCEED WITH CAUTION! Safe!SAFE TO PROCEED! Achieving Situation Awareness in Five Minutes The Rule of Three
Plan Can you avoid the hazard? Can you protect yourself and others? Can you handle it alone? What are you going to do? When? How? Is your plan SMART: Specific? Measurable? Agreed? Realistic? Time-based?
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