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Title: Goddard Space Flight Centers Safety Program NASA 2002 Safety and Health Managers Meeting presented b


1
Goddard Space Flight Centers Safety Program
NASA 2002 Safety and Health Managers
Meetingpresented byTeresa SpagnuoloSafety,
Environmental and Security OfficeMarch 6, 2002
2
Outline
  • General Program Description
  • Vision
  • Cultural Challenges
  • System Integration
  • Overarching Goal
  • General Implementation Strategy
  • GSFC Safety Program
  • Overview
  • Structure
  • SMS and Functional Program Current Status
  • Implementation Strategy
  • Current Activities/Action Plan
  • Areas of Interest

3
Program Description
  • EACH PROGRAM DEFINITIZED INTO TWO SEPARATE
    CATEGORIES
  • Management System
  • Functional Programs
  • THREE PRIMARY FUNCTIONAL AREAS
  • Safety Program
  • Health/Environmental Health Program
  • Environmental Program

4
The Vision
"The Goddard Space Flight Center becomes an
accident-free environment"
Preserve
  • Core Values
  • Core Purpose

Change
  • Culture Practices
  • Specific Goals Strategies

5
Cultural Challenges
  • Management System
  • Shifts system responsibilities to the
    organization and its employees
  • Everyone accountable for their personal safety
    health and environmental stewardship
  • Accountability for Center, assets, co-workers and
    person
  • Functional Programs
  • More customer-focused
  • Program flexibility to support mission
  • Enable mission

6
Overarching Goal
  • Primary Goal Mission First, SHE Always
  • Secondary Goals
  • Protect Centers mission
  • Serve as an enabler
  • Develop Management Systems based upon recognized
    standard
  • Be compliant
  • Determine certification status
  • Concentrating on Functional Programs that cause
    greatest risk to the Center
  • Safety Program Hazardous Materials, Emergency
    Management, Contractor Safety, Training, Task
    Safety Analysis
  • Environmental Health Program Industrial
    Hygiene, Radiation
  • Environmental Program Hazardous Materials,
    Hazardous Waste

7
System Integration
  • Synergies between Systems however, each system
    is independent and should be managed as such.
  • Leverage use of existing processes in order to
    advance system development
  • Synergies between Systems however, each system
    is independent and should be managed as such.
  • Leverage use of existing processes in order to
    advance system development
  • Synergies between Systems however, each system
    is independent and should be managed as such.
  • Leverage use of existing processes in order to
    advance system development
  • Synergies between Systems however, each system
    is independent and should be managed as such.
  • Leverage use of existing processes in order to
    advance system development

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SMS
EMS
QMS
8
General Implementation Strategy
  • Business Management System
  • Develop Management System for each Program Area
  • Leverage Existing Processes/Systems
  • Use QMS as a starting point
  • Develop detailed GAP Analysis
  • Utilize other Nationally recognized standards to
    develop the framework
  • SAFETY Program - OSHA VPP
  • ENVIRONMENTAL Program - ISO 14000
  • HEALTH Program JAHCO
  • Educate Center and begin Cultural Change
  • Functional Program
  • Assess Program Vulnerabilities within 3
    Functional Areas
  • Concentrate on highest vulnerabilities for the
    Center
  • Educate Center Management on Findings
  • Develop annual goals and objectives for each area
    aligned with management system
  • Realign programs and personnel to provide Center
    with appropriate service

9
GSFC Safety Program
10
GSFC Safety Program Overview
  • Two separate, distinct areas
  • Safety Management System
  • 1 System for GSFC
  • Incorporates remote locations
  • Functional Safety Programs
  • Programs site-specific
  • Structure
  • Safety Management System
  • Safety Management Council (SMC)
  • Contractor Safety Forum(s) site specific
  • Program Road Map
  • Functional Safety Program
  • Assistant Director of Safety and Security
    provides program leadership and direction
  • Line Organizations responsible for Program
    Implementation
  • Programs/Projects, Action Plans and Achievements

11
Safety Management System Structure
Contractor Safety Forum (Deputy Director-Chair)
Center Director Executive Council

Line Management
Safety Management Council (Assistant Director
for
Safety Security-Chair)
Workforce
Directorate Safety "Organizations
Center Safety Committees
12
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Safety Management Council
  • Serves as a Forum to Address Safety,
    Health/Environmental Health and Environmental
    Issues
  • Membership
  • Assistant Director for Safety Health Chair
  • SMA Executive Secretary
  • Representative from Each Directorate
  • 9 Representatives
  • Chief Counsel
  • Labor Relations
  • Union Representatives
  • Office of Human Resources
  • Safety Committee Leads and/or Executive
    Secretaries
  • Radiation Safety, Emergency Management, Chemical
    Safety, etc.
  • Functional Safety Program Managers
  • Includes GB and Wallops Safety Offices, Aviation
    Safety Officer, PV/Lifting Devices,
  • Other Ad-hoc members
  • Environmental Lead, EAP, etc

13
GSFC Safety Management System Road Map
Directorates
Both
SMC
  • Visible Top Management Involvement
  • Goals Objectives
  • Inspections
  • Employee Concerns
  • Tracking/Trend Analysis
  • Assigned and Communicated Responsibility
  • Employee Committees
  • Employee Encouragement
  • Accountability
  • Hazard Identification
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Hazard Controls
  • Safe Work Procedures
  • PPE
  • Administrative Controls
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Contractor Selection and Oversight
  • Training, employee
  • Training, supervisor
  • Training, manager
  • Training, contractor
  • Authority and Resources
  • S H Policy
  • Annual Program Evaluation
  • Incident Investigation
  • Professional Expertise
  • Emergency Preparation
  • Medical Program

14
Functional Program Structure
15
Safety Program Implementation Strategy
  • Steps for Management System Implementation
  • Quick-look GAP Analysis
  • Based upon Process Knowledge and existing data
  • Sets the stage for further program development
  • Detailed GAP Analysis
  • Management System, and
  • Functional Programs
  • Develop Improvement Plan
  • Includes all Safety Functional Programs
  • Line Organizations
  • Education and obtain buy-in
  • Begin with Pilot Programs
  • Third Party Certification
  • Timeframe - TBD

16
Current Action Plan/Activities Status
  • Management Systems
  • SAFETY Two pilot programs being implemented
    (OSHA VPP Framework) with AETD and MOD.
  • Plan is to have pilot set the stage for
    Center-wide system development
  • Education on 28 elements critical, includes field
    visits
  • Development and refinement of specific
    organizational goals and objectives
  • Employees audit their own programs and develop
    specific goals and objectives and long-term
    strategies also develop specific employee
    committees
  • Engage Contractor workforce and perform
    integrated assessment
  • Functional Program and Employees develop/refine
    standardized tools
  • Deploy to remaining Center Staff
  • Continuous Program Measurements (ie. Metrics)
  • Perform Detailed Gap Analysis
  • Develop Long-term Action Plans

17
Current Action Plan/Activities Status
  • Functional Programs
  • Quick-look evaluation of all of our programs
  • Use HQ Environmental EFR as model for detailed
    GAP analysis
  • Requesting similar activity for GAP Analysis for
    Safety Program
  • Developed quick-look desktop gap analysis based
    upon process knowledge
  • To be used until detailed gap analysis completed
  • Develop documentation and changing programs to be
    more proactive and supportive of Centers
    mission
  • Revising ALL Safety documentation, including
    development of lower level documentation
  • Focusing on Functional Programs that are the
    greatest risk to Center and its employees
  • Developed/Developing new standardized tools to
    be used throughout pilots

18
Safety Management System Achievements
  • Development and publication of Safety Policy
  • Development of Safety Management Council
  • Refocus of Contractor Safety Forum(s)
  • Implementation of two pilot programs to implement
    28 elements
  • Development of Directorate Specific Employee
    Safety Committees
  • Development of new Assistant Director for Safety
    and Security
  • Completed quick-look analysis of Safety Program
  • Revised Safety Awards Program
  • Finalized Disciplinary Policy

19
Functional Safety ProgramAchievements
  • General
  • Majority of Documents under revision
  • Program refocusing
  • Analysis of skill mix and resource requirements
  • Records Management
  • Facility System Safety
  • Adjacency Assessment for Hi-Vulnerability
    Facilities
  • Chemical Safety
  • Initiation of Process Hazard Analysis
  • Initiation of Automated Chemical Inventory
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Conducting Comprehensive Baseline Surveys
  • Mishap Reporting/Investigation
  • New process defined
  • Tracking metrics at lower level
  • Programs/Projects/Directorates reporting to EC on
    Safety Implementation
  • Training/Outreach
  • Vendor identified to provide site-specific,
    flexible safety training
  • BETA version of tracking system tested
  • Training all new supervisors on safety, health
    and environmental responsibilities
  • New focus on outreach
  • Emergency Management
  • New Center structure integrating Security,
    Emergency Management, and Delivery Control
  • Re-engage Emergency Management Task Group
  • Revision underway of all annexes
  • Critical Infrastructure Assessments completed/or
    underway
  • 3 different levels
  • Contractor Safety
  • New Safety Plan templates developed
  • R-BAM initiatives implemented
  • Engaged Contractor Safety Forum(s)
  • Chaired by Deputy Center Director

20
Conclusion
  • GSFC is in the process of developing a Safety
    Management System using VPP elements as standard
    framework
  • Pilot in progress expect Center-wide expansion
  • GSFC is focusing on the Functional Safety
    Programs that pose the greatest risk to the
    Center
  • A final decision on 3rd party certification is
    pending, but GSFC is not compromising safety
  • Center Special Needs
  • Framework for Detailed Gap Analysis
  • Similar to Code JE EFR OSHA VPP Pre-review
  • Model for Task Safety Analysis
  • A lower level of detail than Job Hazard Analysis
  • For further information, contact Terry Spagnuolo
    at 301-286-2281

21
Areas of Interest
22
Other Areas of Interest
  • SOLAR Safety Courses
  • No wide distribution or use of courses
  • Many safety professionals had difficulty
    accessing
  • Will use as part of pilot programs to provide
    initial safety awareness and training
  • Difficult for field personnel

23
GSFC Safety Point of Contacts
  • Charles Vanek
  • Assistant Director for Safety Security, Code
    100
  • 301-286-
  •  
  • Raymond Rubilotta
  • Acting Chief, Safety, Environmental Security
    Office, Code 205
  • 301-286-7442
  •  
  • Teresa Spagnuolo
  • Head, Safety Environmental Branch, Code 205.2
  • 301-286-2281
  •  
  • Shawn Boesen
  • Safety Team Lead, Code 205.2
  • 301-286-9959
  •  
  • Tsabikos Papadimitris, Code 205.2
  • Interim Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
  • Facility System Safety Program Manager
  • Jay Garvin
  • Chief, System Reliability and Safety Office,
    Code 302
  • 301-286-6490
  •  
  • Stanley Iarosis
  • Chief, Assurance Management Office, Code 303
  • 301-286-8877
  •  
  • Stanley Chan
  • LDE PVS Recertification Program Manager, Code
    540
  • 301-286-4209
  •  
  • Les McGonigal
  • Head, Wallops Safety Office, Code 803
  • 757-824-2518
  •  
  • Terry Potterton, Code 803
  • Wallops Safety Office
  • Wallops Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
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