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Where are we now in Safety?

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Emphasis. and Goals Value All People Training      Personal Knowledge. Habits Individual Recognition  Help Others Conform Others’ Keeper Networking Contributor Care for Others organisational Pride Core Value Trust 2 2 .Safety Journey to Excellence Desired state Reactive   Dependent   Independent  Interdependent         Safety by Natural Instinct Compliance is the Goal Delegated to Safety Manager Lack of Management Involvement      Management Commitment Condition of Employment Fear/Discipline Rules/Procedures Supervisor Control. & Standards Internalization Personal Value Care for Self Practice. Commitment.

Traditional Safety R e p r i m a n d s Safety Training Policies Slogans Fewer Accidents Safety Meetings Contests & Awards Committees & Councils3 R e g u l a t i o n s .

Core Elements in Successful Safety Programs • A culture that says “safety” is important around here! • A tight accountability system! 4 .

Employee Learning Model -/+ Result Behavior Habit Belief Experience Outcomes 5 .

Primary Concepts 1. .behavior is a function of the management 6 system. Adoption 3. not a program 2.personal stake 4. Process. Employee Involvement . Don’t Blame Employees . Adaptation Vs.

problem solving.Primary Concepts 5. downstream. Develop Internal Resources for Implementation 7. 6. feedback. Objective . Management & Workforce “buy-in” 7 . & statistics.involvement. measurement. Parallels with Quality .improvement which can not be based on random variation 8. upstream Vs.