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Title: Safety Culture Maturity Model (SCMM)

Safety Culture Maturity Model(SCMM)
Improvements in HSE Performance
  • Behaviour
  • Visible leadership / personal accountability
  • Shared purpose belief
  • Aligned performance commitment external view
  • HSE delivers business value
  • Engineering improvements
  • Hardware improvements
  • Safety emphasis
  • EH Compliance
  • Integrated HSE-MS
  • Reporting
  • Assurance
  • Competence
  • Risk Management

Incident rate
SCMM - what is it ?
  • Tool technique to improve safety performance
  • Systematic process to assist in
  • the establishment of the current culture and
  • identifying actions necessary to reach the next
  • Developed by the Kiel Centre HSE to tackle the
    behavioural cultural issues offshore.
  • Identifies five cultural levels
  • Cultural level measured by evaluating against 10
    elements management commitment visibility,
    communication, safety vs production, learning
    organisation, safety resources, participation,
    shared perceptions, trust, IR/job satisfaction

SCMM - the 5 Stages.
Develop consistency fight complacency.
Engage all staff co-operation commitment
GENERATIVE HSE is how we do business round here
PROACTIVE we work on the problems that we still
Realise importance of frontline staff dev
personal responsibility
CALCULATIVE we have systems in place to manage
all hazards
Management Commitment
REACTIVE Safety is important, we do a lot every
time we have an accident
Increasing Trust/Accountability
PATHOLOGICAL who cares as long as were not
Increasingly informed
SCMM - Characteristics?
SCMM Delivery.
  • Interactive workshop format, which allows
    participants to use a card-sort method to
    identify the current levels of safety culture
    maturity for each of the 10 elements.
  • Working in pairs, participants used the card-sort
    method to identify current levels of safety
    culture maturity for each of the 10 elements.
  • Individual ratings summarised on a wall chart.
  • Working through each of the 10 elements,
  • explained why they chose this level of safety
    culture maturity and identified practical and
    realistic action which they believed would move
    forward safety culture to the next level of

SCMM Where are we ?
  • End 2001 FPS level general view between levels 2
  • End 2003 2004 Kinneil progress review
  • sessions.
  • End 2003 Dalmeny HP

Output - Leadership.
Output -Shift Teams.
Output - Contractors
Next Level A Step Change
QUESTION How do we hold onto these gains, and
establish the basis for the next step change in
our culture maturity?
Seeing Ourselves.
  • .as Others See Us

Simple tool technique for comparing how you see
yourself, how others see you. Based on set of
visible / audible HSE behaviours for Managers,
Supervisors, non managers/supervisors
Contractors. Perceived frequently with which we
demonstrate good HSE behaviours gap
analysis. Aligned to learnings from Texas City.
Seeing Ourselves-delivery
  • Texas City pre-read question set at point of
    registration for the session via peoplesoft.
  • Interactive workshop format, which discusses HSE
    behaviours using their participants experience
    Texas City pre-read work.
  • Participants use a gap analysis work book to
    assess their own HSE behaviours on a scale of 1
    5 against those best practice behaviours.
  • Participants assess their line manager
    subordinate team members behaviours on a scale of
    1 5.
  • Analysis of behavioural ratings to identify areas
    for improvement.
  • Commitment to making a specific change to
    behaviours to prevent potential for an event such
    as Texas City send postcard to DM.

Improvement Virtous Cycle.
Active Monitoring Culture Permit Audits HSE
Inspections ASAs
Re-active Monitoring Trends Incidents Events Inve
Internal External Audits
Learning Research Industry Bodies Best Practices
Group SPU
OUTPUT Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us
Risk Assessed Plans
Organisation 4 Cs
Step Change in HSE Performance
  • Plan Implement Delivery
  • Year 1, Year 2, Year 3

Audit Review