Incident Reporting:ObjectiveTargetImplementationIndicator/ MonitoringPersonTo minimizeinjuriesIR=<4Skills assessment of workers. Specific training onequipment and job roles.Number of reported injuries and near misses in 6 month period. Data from incident reportsStore ManagerTo reduce number of days of lost workLTIFR=<6Skills assessment of workers. Specific training onequipment and job rolesNumber of lost days in 6 month periodData from incident reportsStore ManagerTo establish risk managementprocessAll employees aware of procedure. All managers have initiated one safety audit and implemented processDocuments developed and distributed in policies and procedures manual to all staffPercentage of managers who have completed process over 6 month period. Safety audits. Project management report.Store ManagerTo ensure managers implement WHS policy and WHSMSAll managers have performed a skills audit and conducted or initiated appropriate training for employeesTraining for managers on process.Percentage of managers who have performed a skills audit. Manager’s report. Percentage of employees who have completed training. Management reports/training recordsWHS ManagerTo ensure employee buy-in across the organizationAll employees have attended an WHS informationsession run by managers in 6 months.Managers to conduct monthly sessions on with employees to explain WHS issues, consultative process, etc.Percentage of employees who have attended sessions. Management reports. Employee feedback survey on sessions. WHS Manager and Store ManagersUsing the approved data collection plan, the following data and information was collected foruse in the six month evaluation of the WHS management system:Incident type Number Description Work days lost Fuel spills 38 Some customers and employees with spilled fuel onclothes. 0 Fires 3 3 small fires due to employee and customer cigarette butts, quickly extinguished by customers or staff; one day lost due to smoke inhalation by employee with asthma. 1 Slipping on floors 2 Employees slipping on wet floors while mopping. 1 Falling stock 10 Employees hit on head. 10 Lifting injuries 12 Employees injured while receiving and storing stock. 5 Tripping 8 Employees tripping on exposed pipes and wires. 8
Burns 60 Pie oven burns. 15 Fatigue from standing 10 Employees complaining of back and foot aches from standing and serving customers all shift. 4 Breathing difficulties 40 1 employee cleaning pumps with strong solvent. 20 Eye irritation 2 1 employee splashed fuel in eyes. 1 The following KPI are used to evaluate the performance of WHSMSPositive Performance indicators (PPI) (Process focused)Positive Performance Indicators (PPIs) measure actions taken by an organisation to achievetheir work health and safety (WHS) objectives and targets.
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- Management, WHS Performance, WHS Unit, WHSMS