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Changing your safety culture starts with a diagnosis. This reality check of what your salaried and hourly people truly believe delivers insights into both the strengths and weaknesses. Once armed with reliable data that goes beyond that available via infrequent observations, the real work begins. Continuous Improvement teams of hourly and salaried personnel attack the issues at hand. This workshop both shows and teaches the use of simple, highly effective, non-mathematical tools that energize an organization to relentlessly pursue a zero incident safety culture. Examples will be given and discussed as to who, what, when, and how to do this major safety culture change work.
Working safety professionals who want interactive teaching in how to effectively improve safety performance in a multi-cultural work environment
Takeaways of the workshop include how to:
- Understand Safety Perception Survey results
- Establish cross-functional improvement teams focused on culture shortcomings
- Develop practical effective safety accountabilities for all job functions from the executive level to hourly contract employees at the workface
- Integrate safety into daily business processes
- Establish executive level credibility participation and support for safety initiatives
Participants will learn how a vertically integrated North American petrochemical organization with drilling, transport, refining and distribution diagnosed its safety culture on multiple occasions, developed a long-term strategy and ultimately reduced its Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) to 0.08. The case study is based around the success of a culture-change process which begins with a Safety Perception Survey that benchmarks 20 statistically proven safety leadership processes. Attendees will interactively learn how continuous improvement tools and subsequent safety accountabilities are applied to all internal operations and external contract functions in order to achieve dramatic safety-performance results.