Leading-Indicators-LasVegas-2009

Leading-Indicators-LasVegas-2009 - Measures of Safety...

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Measures of Safety Performance
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Number of OSHA Citations Claims History EMR Lost Workday Case Rate OSHA Recordable Injury Rate
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OSHA Recordable Injury Rate RIR
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Recordable Injuries / 200,000 hours RIR
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How Well Can We Determine the Number of Injuries?
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How Well Can We Determine the Number of Worker Hours?
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Selecting Leading Indicators of Safety Performance
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Measurement As you move up in an organization the use of “failure based” measurement tools ( management by exception ) must be balanced with those that promote best practices ( management by objective ).
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Traditional view of safety is from the pessimistic perspective. ( The focus is on our failures or management by exception) Can we or should we change the way we look at safety?
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Lagging versus Leading Indicators of Safety Performance
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Input output Process Measurement is important to evaluate the efficiency of a process Occurrence of Injuries Actions the Promote Safe Work Performance
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Focus of Safety Measurement Behavior – this can be changed and it can be controlled Positive Aspects – not the negative or the more traditional measures (the failures) Focus on behavior that will lead to success (management by objective)
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Two Types of Indicators Lagging Leading Downstream Upstream Trailing Predictive Reactive Response Proactive Response
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Trailing or Lagging Indicators of Safety Performance Lagging Indicators Leading Indicators 1 200 2000 60000 Underlying Causes for Unsafe Behavior and Unsafe Conditions Near Miss accidents First aid injury Medical Case Injury Lost Time Injury Fatality Unsafe Conditions and Unsafe Behavior Efforts to Reduce these Occurrences
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course BCN 5737 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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Leading-Indicators-LasVegas-2009 - Measures of Safety...

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