SafetyDayComply2014

Report
Safety Day - History
2007 Awareness of
Safety using Swiss
Cheese concept
2011 Reinforcing
Life Saving Rules
2008 Small change
make Big
difference,
Pledge made by all
2012 Take Time
for Safety
& Commit to Tell
a friend Campaign
2009 Launching of
Life Saving Rules
2013 Take Time
for Safety
2010 Fatigue
Management
2014 The Basics
2
MD’s Safety Day Message
Video
3
4
HSE Golden Rules
5
Theme of the Year
The 2014 Safety Day theme is “THE BASICS” that reflects the 3 PDO Golden
Rules (Comply, Intervene & Respect).This year we will focus on Comply the first
pillar of the Golden Rules which is fundamental to our lives and our business.
Raoul’s Quotes
“Safety is a core value in PDO and is overarching priority in everything we do”
“Like every facet of business, good performance start by getting the basics right “
“To take time to stop and reflect on the 3 Golden Rules: Comply, Intervene &
Respect”
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2014 Safety Day Objectives
Raoul’s Quote
“Know the rules and operational procedures and ensure full compliance with
them . Work together to ensure a very compliant behaviour , follow-through
safety performance”
• Understand what ‘Comply’ means to individuals.
• Raise awareness of non-compliance (in context of the HSE Golden Rules).
• Acknowledge the extent of the problem (most common causal factor
in major incidents).
• Develop understanding of why people break rules.
• Develop understanding that improving compliance requires a culture
change (this is everyone’s responsibility, especially those in
leadership positions)
• Facilitate and support implementation strategies to improve compliance.
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HSE Performance
Updated: 31st March 2014
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Fatalities
8
8
12
15
14
3
PDO/Contractor fatality from work related incident
2
4
0
2
2
1
Third Party fatality from work related incident
2
2
0
1
1
2
Reportable, non recordable work related incident
0
0
4
6
2
0
PDO/Contractor non work related private commuting
4
2
8
6
9
0
LTI injuries
45
74
55
47
44
14
Worksite lost time injuries
37
66
43
42
39
11
8
8
12
5
5
3
No of people injured (excluding FAC)
248
235
181
187
167
45
Motor Vehicle Incidents (MVI)
173
93
93
104
148
30
59
39
47
38
38
13
114
54
46
66
110
17
Rollover MVI
50
32
39
34
31
10
Tier 1 Process Safety Incidents
NA
25
15
11
12
6
LTIF (per million manhours)
0.29
0.47
0.36
0.29
0.26
0.32
TRCF (total injuries per million manhours)
1.58
1.49
1.20
1.17
0.98
1.04
MVIR (motor vehicle incident rate per million km)
0.67
0.36
0.38
0.41
0.59
0.47
Severe MVIR (LT I, rollover, MT C,RWC)
0.22
0.15
0.19
0.16
0.15
0.16
Minor MVIR (first aid, damage only)
0.44
0.21
0.19
0.25
0.44
0.27
Million man-hours worked
157
158
151
160
170.5
43.4
Million km driven
260
256
242
252
251.1
63.6
Road traffic lost time injuries
Severe MVI (LTIs, MTC, RWC and rollovers),
Minor MVI (first aid, damage)
Incident rates
Exposure
Safety Performance for latest statistics
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Non Compliance/ Broken Rules
LTIs - 2013
2013LTIs
LTI No.
4,6,7,8,38,44
Safe Journey Management , over speeding and seatbelt
3,14,15,23,
29,31
SP1257 Working at heights
10,21,42,43
Lifting procedure plan and inspection
25, 34, 44
Contract and sub contract management
38
HSE training ladder
Summary of commonly broken rules in some of 2013 LTIs
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Safety Day Video
“Know about Compliance”
Part 1
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Group Discussion
Form groups of not more than 30 people to discuss:
 What does the term ‘Comply’ mean for you?
 What do you think are the most important rules to comply
with?
 What are the impacts of non-compliance?
 How can you encourage others to comply?
 Does your supervisor effectively ensure compliance?
Outcome:
 Agree on 3-4 actions for the group to improve compliance
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Safety Day Video
“Know about Compliance”
Part 2
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At the end :

Record the agreed actions for the group online

Send photos to MSE/51 to upload onto to Safety
Day web page

Request employees to fill in the online Safety Day
survey
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