Employee Involvement Teams • Employee Involvement Teams • To Future Business Leaders • Scott Sneddon • EHS Engineer • GE Oil and Gas • GE Oil and Gas
Employee Involvement Teams • Driving awareness and engagement through sustainable processes and growth opportunities • Establishing a Peer to Peer Safety Culture of influence • Developing future leaders today
COMMUNICATIONS SAFETY & CHEMICAL MGMT. FIRST RESPONDERS ERGONOMICS TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING) HEALTH & WELLNESS Employee Involvement Teams @ GE Minden Safety Teams Steering Committee
Qualification & Commitment • Employee must be in good standing with no disciplinary action • A minimum 1 year commitment (Sign Contract) • Attend at least 70% of all meetings and complete required training • Support committee initiatives and site EHS leadership Team • Every Team member will receive an annual evaluation and performance will be communicated to Functional Manager • Rewards & Recognition based on individual performance
Team Member Development • OSHA / Site specific training • Participate in formal audits and evaluations • Engage peers in committee initiatives • Plan and execute activities / events • Peer to Peer advocacy • Presentions to site leadership team • Assist in incident investigations • Lead Sub-Committees
Leadership Development • Ensure Committee alignment with site • Develop rhythm for team meetings. • Communications Plan • Establish budget • Develop Sub-Committees • Engage Site Leadership Team • Conduct Annual Reviews • VPP Mentoring Initiative • Rewards & Recognition
Annual Goals & Objectives • Provide meaningful site wide communications through strategic utilization of communication outlets. • Develop a series of Employee Events and Activities to engage more employees and their families with safety • at work and at home. • Continue to improve upon our current system of concern reporting and follow-up in timely manner.
Communications Plan • Weekly Communications • Bi-weekly Team Meetings • Monthly Newsletter • Upcoming Events • Membership Drives
Monthly Newsletter • Digitized newsletter sent to everyone on site • Provides updates for all Safety Teams • Topics to take home Comments If you have any feedback or comments please feel free to visit our support central survey and tell us what you think!
MST Community Website • A central location for Employees to access information on all Employee Teams • Allows employees to engage directly with the team to report concerns and request assistance.
Safety Concern Reporting Tool • Digital process of reporting • Track progress to closure • for concern reporting & • ergonomics evaluations • Data mining tool
Annual Reviews • Standardized process of evaluation recognized by HR. • Feedback for the Employee • (Coach and Calibrate) • If poorly performing, basis for removal • Recognition and Advancement
Summary • Employee engagement through Peer to Peer influence • Team and Leader development plan • Promoting a culture of self-reliance • Safety team members have received site wide recognition. • Two safety team leaders have been promoted to significant site Leadership Roles • Q&A