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Title: HBR Best Practices Seminar


1
HBR Best Practices Seminar
  • Presented by
  • CertifiedSafety
  • Bradys Landing
  • June 30, 2005

2
Introduction
  • CertifiedSafety has been honored two of the past
    three years as Category Winner in Specialty
    Contractors-Technical Support
  • Presenters are
  • Joe Sgarlata-VP of Gulf Coast Operations
  • Bennett Ghormley-Exec. VP of Safety

3
Topic - Embracing and Managing Change
  • We have grown significantly from 2004 to 2005
  • We embraced and prepared for change by building
    our corporate infrastructure Management Supervi
    sion Programs Career Development

4
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5
Topics for Discussion
  • Work Descriptions
  • Permit Verification Process
  • Performing Task Specific Surveys

6
Work Descriptions
  • Safety coordination plan defines each job
  • classification
  • Confined Space Specialists
  • Bp asked for a solution / CS delivered
  • Specialists enter confined spaces
  • Perform Confined Space surveys
  • Monitor for compliance
  • Make corrective actions on at risk observations
  • Issue on the spot awards/incentives

7
Work Descriptions (cont)
  • Work descriptions include job
  • site classifications
  • Project Managers, Supervisors and Leads
  • Permit and Confined Space Specialists
  • Safety Attendants
  • Ground Support
  • Bp played a role to new classifications
  • Work descriptions
  • Give clear understanding of expectationsfor the
    employee
  • Accountability in their job performance
  • Good results that equals client satisfaction

8
Permit Verification Process
  • We assure that tasks must have a job specific
    checklist completed before the work begins
  • Communication specific to the hazards on the
    checklist
  • The checklist is broken up into 7 sections

9
Permit Verification Process
  • General Information- Permit description, date,
    time, equipment , type of permit, emergency
    alarms, evacuation assembly areas etc
  • (PPE) Requirements
  • Permit Requirements- Continuous monitoring,
    sewers drains covered, spark containment etc

10
Permit Verification Process (cont)
  • Scaffold User Inspection
  • Fall Protection Requirements
  • Additional Hazards
  • Signatures- Each crew member, the crew leader and
    the supervisorConclusion
  • Allows the entire crew to discuss the hazards of
    the task
  • Ensures permit requirements have been evaluated,
    satisfied, and understood

11
Performing Task Specific Surveys
  • Types of surveys conducted
  • Authorization-to-work (ATW)
  • Hot Work Permits
  • Safety Specific
  • Confined Space Entry

12
Performing Task Specific Surveys (cont)
  • Each survey monitors the compliance of that
    particular task procedure
  • Make corrective actions
  • Document survey findings
  • Findings as a learning lesson for everyone

13
Performing Task Specific Surveys (cont)
  • Task specific surveys are completed by
  • Safety Coordinators
  • Confined Space Auditors
  • Permit Specialists
  • Supervisors
  • Craftsman
  • Bp volunteers from all departments

14
How the process worked
  • Our safety specialists developed an auditing
    program to evaluate each work process and task
    assignment
  • Daily/shift safety reporting to the project and
    owner
  • On-the-spot/hourly/daily/shift feedback with
    coaching and corrective measures

15
What This Means
  • Even though we grew in a short time, preparing
    for change allowed us to keep our processes in
    check
  • Our management infrastructure grew in proportion
    to the size of our field growth
  • As projects were added, we recruited, trained,
    and managed the process

16
Whats Ahead
  • CertifiedSafety will continue to grow
  • Through lessons learned and owner/general
    contractor feedback, we will meet requirements
    and expectations of those we serve

17
Thank you to
  • The HBR Safety and Health Resource Committee
  • The Audit Teams
  • BP for hosting the audit team and evaluation
    process
  • Our employees for helping us achieve safety
    excellence
  • Questions Answers
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