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  1. Leadership For Safety Excellence LEADERSHIP FOR SAFETY EXCELLENCE Module1 Supervisors Role Supervisor Role

  2. Objectives & Mandate Provide contractors with Accident Prevention Methods and keep contractors informed on changes to Legislation that affects them Provide information, resources and training to help contractors meet their legislated responsibilities Provide a comprehensive safety program AJH for COR™ Certification Objectives & Mandate • Provide contractors with Accident Prevention Methods and keep contractors informed on changes to Legislation that affects them • Provide information, resources and training to help contractors meet their legislated responsibilities • Provide a comprehensive safety program tailorable to companies both large and small • Act as the Authority Having Jurisdiction to grant COR™ Certification

  3. Housekeeping • Workshop hours • Emergency Procedures • (Muster Point) • Lunch and break times • Restroom locations • Smoking • Cell phones

  4. Course Outline • Four (4) modules in course covering: • Supervisor’s Role • Hazard Assessment & Inspections • Incident Reporting & Investigation • Orientation &Training

  5. Supervisors Role

  6. Supervisor’s Role • OBJECTIVES: • Major features of S & H Programs • Tasks • Responsibilities • Accountability

  7. Exercises 1 - 3 • Self-Introductions • Role • Experience • Responsibility for Safety • Safety attitudes • Who is responsible?

  8. Where does Safety fit ? • Skill • Security • Safety is what YOU make of it

  9. What does Safety Involve • General safety policies • Hazard assessment & procedures • Safe work practices / Safe job procedures • Rules and regulations • Maintenance policies

  10. What does Safety Involve? • Personal protective equipment [ PPE ] • policies • Training policies • Inspection policies • Investigations policies • Emergency provisions • Reports and management information

  11. Who does Safety Involve? • Management:Demonstrate commitment Develop policies Provide training Support supervisors • Supervisors: Must provide a strong leadership role • Workers:Ownership of S&H program

  12. Supervisor’s Tasks Continually: • Adhere to, enforce safety rules • Follow up on corrective action • Monitor workplace • Comply with legislation • Set an example Initially: • Job planning • Hazard assessments • Orientation, on-the-job training Periodically: • Toolbox meetings • Site inspections • Investigations

  13. Supervisor’s Tasks - External Culture Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act (W210) and Regulations Highway Traffic Act Safety Codes Manufacturers Specifications Standards, CSA, Ansi..

  14. WSH Regulation Highlights • Workplace Safety and Health Act • Joint Workplace Safety & Health Committee • First Aid • Noise • Chemical Hazards • Ventilation • Explosives Safety • General Safety Regulation

  15. W210 Act Highlights • Employers must ensure, as far as • reasonably practical, the S & H of workers • Workers must take reasonable care • Notification of serious incidents - Workplace Safety & Health Division • Right to Refuse

  16. W210 Act Highlights • Employer must ensure competent training, supervision • Non-compliance, possible fines / • imprisonment • Stop work order / improvement • Order • Criminal negligence – due diligence

  17. Supervisor’s Responsibilities • Explain to workers the legislation • that affects them • Train workers to perform jobs safely • Adhere and enforce safety • regulations • Maintain safe workplace

  18. Legislation Exercise Legislation review Groups of 1-2 Review Act and Regulation to find required legislation

  19. Corporate Culture • Safety decisions - Whose choice? • Employer priorities - Production, • Safety, Reputation, Quality? • Who is in charge? • Accident history • Unwritten rules

  20. Safety & Health Program Considerations • Priorities in regards to Safety • Ethical issues • Attitudes and behaviors

  21. Summary • Accidents are preventable • You can reduce the # of accidents & • the amount of property damage that • occurs • Make safety a concern • Safety is everybody’s business- • however you are the key to make it • work

  22. Questions

  23. Leadership For Safety Excellence Inspections

  24. Course Objectives Purpose of Inspections Types of Inspections Inspection Preparation Inspections Guidelines Reports/Recommendations

  25. 3 Steps of Safety Identify Hazards: Both the existing and potential hazards Tell others about the hazards Do something to reduce the risk of the hazards Communicate Control

  26. Why Do Inspections ?

  27. Inspections Inspections are a proactive, prevention method of reducing loss in the workplace or job site.

  28. Identify existing and potential hazard and safety violations • Determine causes of hazards • Monitor hazard controls • Determine corrective action • Reinforce & promote safe practices • Comply with legislation Inspection Purposes

  29. DUTIES OF EMPLOYERS Due Diligence • General duties of employers 4(1)(a) ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare at work of all his workers 4(1)(b) comply with this act and regulations 4(2)(a) provide and maintain a workplace, necessary equipment, systems and tools that are safe and without risk to health, so far as reasonably practicable

  30. Due Diligence • Only form of defense allowable to an employer in a court of law • Employer must PROVE that they did everything “reasonably practicable” to prevent the incident (Reverse Onus)

  31. Types of Inspections • Ongoing (informal) • Planned (formal) • Periodic • Intermittent • General

  32. Assemble a team (safety rep & supervisor) Review past inspection reports Schedule adequate time Notify area supervision Arrange assistance from specialists Wear the required PPE Inspection Preparation

  33. Inspection Preparation Tools Notepad, tape measure, Camera, Air/sound monitoring tools Who Employer/Supervisor and Worker Safety Representative What Specific area, storage, PPE, Safe Work Procedures Checklists Reports and Records

  34. Key things to look for • “Critical” equipment parts • PPE • Deviations from safe work practices • Structural, functional & ventilation problems

  35. “WHAT TO LOOK FOR” P.E.M.E. • People • Equipment • Material • Environment

  36. PEOPLE • Unsafe Acts • Unsafe Work Procedures • Improper Tool Use • Improper Equipment Use • Not Following Safety Rules • Operator Authorization • Not Using PPE

  37. EQUIPMENT • First Aid Supply • Electrical • Cranes • Vehicles • Ladders • Scaffolds • Power Tools • PPE • Fire Extinguisher

  38. MATERIALS • Heavy Material • Safety bulletin Board • Rough/Sharp Edges • Housekeeping • Controlled Products • MSDS Sheets • Storage/Stacking

  39. ENVIRONMENT • Ice/Snow • Slip/Trip Hazards • Sanitation • Noise • Ventilation • Lighting • Temperature

  40. Warn workers of imminent danger Shut down, lock/tag out hazardous situation until it is repaired Do not operate equipment yourself Know when to call in assistance Look at things from every angle Inspection Guidelines

  41. Clearly describe hazard and its location Try not to disrupt normal work Examine work load conditions (Light, Regular, or Heavy) Photograph hard-to-describe situations (*Do not photograph people) Inspection Guidelines

  42. Checklist Environment Buildings Electrical Fire protection Material handling PPE Pressurized equip. Production equip. Hazardous Materials Powered equip. Storage facilities Walkways/roadways Protective guards Safety Devices Controls Lifting component Hygiene/first aid facilities

  43. Group Exercise - Identify the Hazard Exercise # 1 IDENTIFY the hazards

  44. RANK THE HAZARDS Exercise # 2 Rank Hazards by Severity and Probability

  45. Bottom Line Severity Precautions

  46. Reporting and Follow up When reporting: • Make available 24-48 hours • Be specific • Identify the act, not the person • Prioritize/rank identified hazards • Make recommendations for corrective action • Ensure corrective action is completed • Forward to person responsible for safety • Sign-off on corrective action • Follow up

  47. Selling Recommendations • Cost benefits – Short term vs Long term • Ethics and public relations • Legal ramifications - Acceptable risk? • A working solution for our company

  48. Review Purpose of Inspections Types of Inspections Reports