Why is focus on Health, Safety and Security important for us in Subshore? The purpose of the systematic HSE work is to ensure that problems are detected and taken care of in time before any unwanted events occur. HSE applies to the safety of our employees and that is where our focus should be. Solutions you come forward with shall contribute to preventing problems related to working environment, health and lifestyle. Focus on Health, Safety and Environment helps to increase company value. Health, Safety and Environment HSE activities or the internal control shall ensure: good working environment and safety, prevention of health or environmental disturbances. This means focusing on the following items : - Risk Analysis - Deviation handling and registering Subshore HSE vision is as follows: Zero injuries and loss to the people, materials and environment. Risk Analysis Risk analysis shall prepare an employee for what can happen in work operations. Motto: THINK first, then CARRY OUT It is important that YOU think through: - what should you do - how to do it - what do you need to do the job - who will work with you - how to secure the workplace, above, under and next to where the work shall take place. There are many who may be affected by work operations therefore it is important to THINK through work instructions first. Think first, then carry out FOCUS: Falling objects WHAT can happen: Dropped tools, scaffolding components. Damage to the material equipment and people who stay under/by the scaffold. HOW to avoid: Secure, barrier-off areas of work/building of scaffolding. Secure all tools with safety line to your work belt. Tidiness around the workspace. Avoid unsecured components at workspace. If you lose a tool weighing 2.12 kg, it will weigh much more when it falls straight down = 16m can be fatal to those who could be striked by it. Deviation / Report Unwanted Event Deviation Handling is the foundation to our HSE vision: Zero injuries and loss to the people, materials and environment Deviations shall identify situations that may lead to the unwanted event. Submitting the deviation shall lead to changes in the procedures to prevent this from happening again. The challenge is to get employees to report deviations. What shall Subshore do to encourage employees to understand the importance of providing deviations reports and focus on safety of their own and others? Have you ever said: "I will only ..." When working with a task it is often that you come to a conclusion that "I will only .." Such situations are common reasons why incidents happen and people get injured. When you think "I will only"; take 2 minutes extra, think through what to do and look around. It regards YOUR own, and your colleagues' safety. Tidiness A tidy workplace ensures that you will find what you need, do not trip over wires / equipment and that you will spend less searching for things. Cluttered surfaces can create dangerous situations to those who are moving in the area. It is also important to have a tidy workspace in case you must evacuate. Make sure you always clean up after yourself and put things in place where they belong. Securing yourself and your tools All persons working at heights shall have safety and fall protection equipment. When working with loose items such as tools, you shall always secure them. Those who have tool belts shall at all times have tools on safety lines and attached to the belt. Loose objects can trigger dangerous situations if you work at heights. Falling objects can cause serious injury to personnel and equipment. Good attitude It is important to have good HSE attitudes, for you as an employee and for us as an employer. Together we will ensure the safety of ourselves and those we work with. Good HSE attitudes lead to good HSE figures which again lead to more exciting and challenging projects. Why report the deviations? A deviation shall always be thought through. The goal is that it should never happen again. What if you do not report a deviation and next time in the same situation someone else than your, a colleague of yours gets seriously injured? Would not it be nice if you had taken 2 minutes to deliver the deviation report so that it was registered and improvements were implemented? We have many good colleagues, but none to lose.