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									Managing & Improving Your
 Boat Plant Safety Program
          Erik R. Wiborg
       Regulator Marine Inc.
    IBEX – September 29, 2010
     Regulator Safety Program
        – Past Safety Record
► History
► OSHA Partnership
   Carolina Star Program
     ►NCOSH   – Management - Employees
► Regulator’s   Path – 12 Steps to Safety
Regulator’s Safety Record
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                      Last Recordable:
                      October 13, 2008
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         2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
          OSHA Partnership
►Who  wants a SAFE work place?
►Are you SERIOUS about safety?
►Do you have anything to HIDE?
►Would YOU invite OSHA into your plant?
                OSHA




 Management                Employees
     OSHA Partnership

► OSHA   Regulated by Federal Government
► Each State has a VPP
► Contact your OWN state’s OSHA office to
  see what Safety Improvement programs are
  available.
        Carolina Star Goal

► North Carolina Department of Labor
► Out of 200,000 North Carolina Businesses
   ONLY 87 Carolina Star Sites
► Guidelines are available…
 NO COOKIE CUTTER APPROACH
► Not   just a change of policy…
            It’s a change of CULTURE!
     Changing Safety Culture
►Haveto make SAFETY First!
►How DO you make Safety First?
   We found 12 ways to make Safety First.
    12 Steps to Improving Safety
                  Step 1
► Upper   Management Support
   Employees MUST know that ALL of
    management is in support of improving safety!
     ►Have a Plant Meeting!
     ►Owner’s & Manager’s must lead by EXAMPLE!
    Upper Management Support
► Simple   ways to LEAD BY EXAMPLE:
                     Communicate Safety
                     News & Info!
                     …Keep it FRESH!




Wear PPE in
work areas!
   12 Steps to Improving Safety
            Step 2
► SQDIP      – Morning Meeting with crews.
► Safety
► Quality
► Delivery
► Inventory
► Productivity




Employees communication board!
•   Employee’s communication board!
•   Employee’s can report SAFETY issues at ANY time,
    but SQDIP provides a stimulus.
•   Provides clear documentation that safety issues are
    reported & CORRECTED!
   12 Steps to Improving Safety
            Step 3
► SPACER    – Used to start meetings
► Safety – Safety issue or message!
► Purpose – What is this meeting about?
► Agenda – What will be covered?
► Code of Conduct – Any specific rules?
► Expectations – What should we learn?
► Roles – Who has specific tasks?
           SPACER Example
►S  – Know where the exits are located.
► P – Present our Safety Program
► A – Give Presentation & Take Questions
► C – Please ask questions!
► E – See the steps taken to develop a safety
       program that fulfills our needs.
► R – John Q. Boatbuilder - Presenter
   12 Steps to Improving Safety
            Step 4
► Daily   Safety Walks
   Select employees from different shops.
   Daily Inspection for Safety Issues.
   Daily reported findings to management.
  12 Steps to Improving Safety
           Step 5
► Weekly   Safety Walks
   Safety & Housekeeping inspection of shops.
   Performed by management.
   Report findings to shop supervisors.
 12 Steps to Improving Safety
          Step 6
►7   – Minute Safety Trainer
  Specific Topic Safety Worksheet.
     ►Ex:   Use of Personal Protective Equipment -   PPE
  Performed at SQDIP meeting.
  Performed Bi-Monthly.
      12 Steps to Improving Safety
               Step 7
► Policy   Change Process – For Safety as Well!
     Issue a bulletin with the change or update.
     Management reviews & signs document.
     ALL employees review & sign document.
     ALL NEW HIRES – Review & Sign
                   all SAFETY POLICY DOCUMENTS!

               Ignorance is NOT an EXCUSE!
   12 Steps to Improving Safety
            Step 8
► Spirit   of Openness
   Nothing is hidden from employees!
   Nothing should be hidden from management!
   Report ANYTHING – No repercussions!
  12 Steps to Improving Safety
           Step 9
► Continuous   Improvement
   Good is NEVER good enough!
   Never let perfection stand in the way of getting
    better!
   Always room to improve
  12 Steps to Improving Safety
           Step 10
► Measure   Progress
   You have to know where you ARE to know
           WHERE YOUR GOING!
   Set your TARGET HIGH
   Set mini Goals as steps toward target.
   12 Steps to Improving Safety
            Step 11
► Positive   Reinforcement
   Thank those that follow Safety policies!
   Congratulate those that bring forth issues!
   12 Steps to Improving Safety
            Step 12
► Celebrate   Achievements!
   Celebrate the Goals that you meet!
   Celebrate IMMEDIATELY or ASAP!
     ►Celebrations should reinforce specific goals!
                Conclusion
► No Cookie cutter approach.
► Continuously drive the message of Safety!
► Upper Management & Employee Buy In!
► Be persistent in improvements!
► Measure your performance!
► Set Achievable Goals!
► Celebrate Successes – QUICKLY!
THANK YOU!

								
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