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Title: Creating a Positive Safety Culture and Outstanding Safety Performance


1
Creating a Positive Safety Culture and
Outstanding Safety Performance
  • Jim ODell
  • Safety Manager,
  • Kipper Tool Company

2
Is your Safety something like this?
3
Background
  • Safety Professional since 2002
  • Helped change the culture of two vastly different
    companies
  • Both are award-winning and share World Class
    figures
  • Safe downsize and eventual closure of previous
    employers local location
  • Compassionate for people

4
Metrics of each
  • 2001 4 REC (1 DART)
  • 2002 6 REC (2 DART)
  • 2003 2007 1 REC each year local (helped
    improve North American region safety 87)
  • 2007 19 REC (6 DART)
  • 2008 26 REC (3 DART)
  • 2009 3 REC (1 DART)
  • 2010 2012 1 REC

Industry average 6.2 REC EMR below 1 three
years running Dates of last events Aug 29,
2011 REC Sept 15, 2009 DART
5
Common ground
6
Safety CultureEngage!
  • Inspect
  • Train
  • Coach
  • Ideas
  • Laugh
  • Listen
  • Home
  • Repeat

7
First steps
  • Thorough inspection of facility
  • Talking directly with workers
  • Letting them know you are accessible
  • Review the past identify top three needs
  • Report to directors immediate needs

8
First steps
  • Communication
  • More Communication
  • More Communication!
  • What type is key!
  • How it is presented is key!
  • Have fun and be serious

9
Communications
  • Monday Compliance based or significant safety
    event regionally
  • Wednesday Comical unsafe photos with commentary
  • Thursday Health and Wellness
  • Friday Darwin Award type along with
    commentary
  • Each brings with it a TAKE 2-ish message, and
    brings it back to what we do here,
    and quite often, to home

10
First steps continued
  • New Hire Orientation personally
  • Training
  • Select training dates monthly
  • Stick to schedule (make it accessible)
  • Know the audience
  • Managers and/or 19 yr olds?
  • Style matters
  • Interactive, high-energy, graphic at first
  • Always bring it back to home, always

11
First steps continued
  • Track and champion improvements
  • Coaching employees vs. telling them
  • Positive sandwich
  • Why it matters personally to them
  • Have empathy though be firm
  • Disciplinary Action

12
Significant impact events
  • Safety Glasses requirement
  • Put on safety
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Why it is important to have fingers!
  • Root Cause Analysis of each first aid / close
    call
  • Post findings and share with huddle meetings
  • To prevent future occurrence
  • Emergency planning
  • Get home each and every day

13
Significant impact events
  • Track safe days
  • Celebrate first milestone
  • Invite family members,
    partners, local CoC members ,
    and your WC rep!
  • Get prizes for FREE!
  • Put in local media
  • Celebrate next milestones

14
Significant impact events
15
Have FUN!
Hazard Communication / Globally Harmonized System
Training
16
Have FUN!
17
Have FUN!
  • Health Fairs at NO COST
  • Silly Socks for Safety (yes it works for adults,
    too)
  • Costume days, tailgate parties, dragonboat
  • Random prizes, Jeopardy!, weird facts
  • Making fun (and giving) of yourself, too!

18
Have FUN!
  • We are the spark though our actions
  • We must interact in fun ways
  • We set the tone
  • Work is either fun or drudgery. It depends on
    your attitude. I like fun - Colleen Barrett
  • I am still determined to be cheerful and happy,
    in whatever situation I may be. - Martha
    Washington (1732 - 1802)

19
Free Resources
20
Ongoing efforts
  • Safety leaders at floor level
  • I care about you cards
  • Story-telling as part of training
  • Meerkat safety (interdependence)
  • More at-home safety and health messages
  • Always coaching and reporting

21
Share the good news
200 days
Calendar year
500 days
750 days
1000 days
22
Question and Answer
  • Thank you for your time!
  • I hope this was a valuable resource.
  • Jim ODell
  • james.odell_at_kippertool.com
  • www.linkedin.com/in/jimodell44
  • 770-534-8707
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