Presentation on theme: "Journey Management Toolbox Talk 2015"— Presentation transcript:
1 Journey Management Toolbox Talk 2015 The activity of driving is the number one common cause of fatalities in Canada, North America and the world.Fatigue plays a large part in both safety and operational incidents.Improper energy isolation cause far too many injuries, fatalities and equipment damage.These three life altering issues are the topics of this year’s Safety Stand Down.
2 Is this trip worth your life … or someone else’s? Journey ManagementWhat is journey management?When should we consider using journey management?Isn’t journey management complicated?Discuss these three points with meeting participant – have them provide examples.Is this trip worth your life … or someone else’s?
3 Journey Management In Action Pre tripWhat are things we need to consider to prepare for asuccessful journey?DriverWeatherVehicleJourney managerCommunicationsConvoyDozers / chainsEmergency plansMeeting point(s)Fuel / food / rest pointsReview rules and proceduresOtherRouteTrafficGame planDiscuss these three points with meeting participant – have them provide examples.
4 Journey Management In Action En routeWhat do we need to consider while driving?Seatbelts – all persons, all the timeNo cell phones, etc.Manage alertness and fatigueBe vigilant / adjust to conditionsDrive to avoid crashes, damage and delaysMaintain planned communications / convoy proceduresCheck loads and other vehicle conditions
5 Journey Management In Action Post tripWhat do we need to consider at the end of a trip?Park safely and securelyNotify journey manager upon arrivalSecure load as appropriateInspect vehicle and initiate repairsCommunicate road / weather conditions to other driversPlan for adequate quality rest prior to next tripEnergy isolationThe purpose of energy isolation is to prevent injury and damage when working on equipment and systems. Every day, workers are injured, often fatally, and equipment is damaged due to a lack of properly identifying sources of hazardous energy and properly isolating it.What are the four basic steps for isolation energy?Identify the energy source(s) – electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, gravitational, internal combustionIsolate the energy source(s) – follow company proceduresLock and Tag the energy source(s) – follow Lock Out / Tag Out proceduresProve that the equipment isolation is effective – cycle controls as appropriate to ensure isolationWhat are the sources of energy that you may need to isolate to perform your job? – Discuss this question with the group. Spend some time to make sure all applications of energy isolation are discussed.
6 ConclusionA successful journey management is one with no delays, damage or injuriesSuccessful journeys come from proper planning and executionJourney management is actually quite easy if you’re willing to take the timeDriving is the leading cause of fatalities in our industry.Your family and friends are waiting for you.