Presentation on theme: "SITE HUMAN PERFORMANCE EVENT-FREE DAY RESET CRITERIA"— Presentation transcript:
1 SITE HUMAN PERFORMANCE EVENT-FREE DAY RESET CRITERIA Tom KrieselINPO
2 Historical ReviewINPO , Human Performance Key Performance IndicatorsJune 2008Industry DevelopedEstablished significance criteria (consequence based) for HU EventsEvent Rate Performance IndicatorEvent Rate = # of events (over last 18 mons.) x 10,000Total person hrs. worked over last 18 mons.
3 Historical ReviewFirst Quarter 2009, plants started reporting data in Consolidated Data Entry (CDE) systemMonthly number of “Human Performance Errors”Quartile ratings calculated by INPO based on monthly and quarterly dataIndustry data found under “Additional INPO Indicator Results” on Plant Information Center homepagePerson hours worked already provided In CDE for industrial safety indicator.
7 Challenges with reported data in 2009 Some stations reporting “errors” not meeting significance criteria in INPO and CDE Data Element Manual, INPONot being detected and corrected by HU leadsAction needed by HU leadsKnow who is updating CDE for your siteEnsure they are using correct site indicator for input dataValidate correct data enteredIf you do not know who submits this data for your site, I have a list that provides the name.
8 Challenges with reported data in 2009 Again – only report data meeting the significance criteria for a station event (site clock reset) as defined inWhy not change indicator title to “event” instead of “error”“Event” term already used by INPO for analysis of industry submitted operation experience reportsStill being evaluated by analysis group at INPO
9 Human Performance Event Performance Indicators There is other “Human Performance Events” data in the Plant Information Center (PIC)Not the same as the new indicatorStations report number quarterlyDetermined by INPO Analysis Group review of submitted Operation Experience reportsINPO Analysis Group tags Human Performance as applicable during analysis of submitted Operation Experience reports
10 What’s next?18 months of industry data will be available end of second quarter 2010; thenCalculation will start using rolling 18 months (aligned with )Indicator will move into Plant Information Center (PIC)Targeted for implementation after 2010 second quarterQuartile values calculated using 18 month rolling data
11 What’s next?Industry team worked hard to establish station event criteria in , but based on roll-out experience it is time to revisit the criteria.
12 SITE HUMAN PERFORMANCE EVENT-FREE DAY RESET CRITERIA Definition of a Site Human Performance Event-Free Day (EFD) Reset – When an event, as described in the table below, occurs as a result of either of the following:an initiating action (error) by an individual or group of individuals (Re) (event resulting from an active error)an initiating action (not an error) by an individual or group of individuals during an activity conducted as planned (Md) (event resulting from a flawed defense or latent organizational weakness created within the last 18 months)