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Introduction
• Monty Gartin
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Safety Manager at Cargill Blair Bio-refinery campus
22 years in the Safety field, oil and gas industry, Bio-refinery
Responsible for 350 contractors daily
Project Safety Manager, 1,000 contractors - $200 million
Managed Safety at multiple sites
North America BBS deployment leader for Contractors
20 years VPP experience
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Cargill Blair Bio Refinery Campus
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How do you measure it?
WHAT IS YOUR CULTURE?
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Why do we need a contractor safety process?
• Eliminate incidents/fatalities
• Reduce injury costs
• Law – OSHA 1926
• PSM 1910.119
• We gain by:
 Lower insurance premiums
 Lower contractor turnover
 Less time on managing incidents
 Community stewardship
• Contractor gain -- opportunity to bid more work
 Lower insurance premiums
 Improved productivity
 Improved job satisfaction
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Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards for 2010
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Scaffolding, General requirements, construction
Fall protection, construction
Hazard Communication, general industry
Respiratory protection, general industry
Lock out/ tag out, general industry
Ladders, construction
Powered Industrial Trucks, general industry
Electrical, methods and equipment, general industry
Electrical systems design, general industry
Fall protection, training requirements, construction
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http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/compliance_assistance/frequent_standards.html
Compliance vs. Commitment
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Top 10 Highest Penalties assigned for 2010
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Fall protection, construction
Scaffolding, General requirements, construction
Lock out/ tag out, general industry
Excavations, construction
Machines, general requirements, general industry
General Duty Clause
PSM, general industry
Ladders, construction
Powered Industrial Trucks, general industry
Aerial Lifts, construction
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Source;
http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/compliance_assistance/frequent_standards.html
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Cargill Contractor Historical Trend
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2.68
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1.54
1.31
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mm/Hours
RIFR
0.67
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FY07
FY08
FY09
FYTD10
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What does Cargill do?
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Pre-qualification process:
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(Available records)
OSHA 300 logs
Past OSHA violations
Experience Modification Rate from Insurance carrier
Company safety programs?
Bonding and Insurance qualifications
Contractor orientation to our facility
Employee training records
Drug and Alcohol Verification?
Weekly superintendents meeting?
House keeping inspections
Company management commitment
General conditions agreement?
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How do you Measure Effectiveness?
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Measures
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LOTO audits
BBS data
Key Metrics
Near Misses
Injury data
– Type, Location, Body type, conditional
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• Stay true to VPP principals!
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Management Commitment/Leadership
Employee Involvement
Worksite analysis
Hazard Prevention and Control
Training
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Continuous Improvement
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Additional tools we use
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Pre-Mobilization meeting with owners, superintendents and safety
Behavior Based Safety Program
100% involvement in safety, Senior managers to laborers
Pre-Job Hazard Assessments
Inspection program for jobsite – daily – weekly
Job Safety Analysis
Weekly observers meeting
Positive recognition programs
10 hour OSHA – all contractors on site
End of project performance reviews
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Why
Evolve?
Times change
with or without
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“The Empire State building was built in 1930.
Safety will only be invented in the 1970’s”
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Lunch Time, time to
unwind and stressrelieve.
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Ag-shame, the top of the
Chrysler building is way
down there.”
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