What is a Process?
A process is no more than a series of steps and decisions involved in the way work is
accomplished. Everything we do in our lives involves processes and lots of them. Here
are some examples:
Getting out of bed
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L_ Expenses Amount Percent Cumulative% 80% marker
!_ Cockroaches 962 43 .2 43% 80%
l_ Rooms too warm or cold 505 22.? 66% 80%
Llnadequate lighting 350 15.? 82% 80%
i_ Insufficient storge space 12? 5.? 8?% 80% 12!]: 120%
Exercise 1 has two parts based in this scenario: The safety staff of a maintenance facility
has identified unsafe behaviors through the use of behavioral surveys. Using the Pareto
chart they have found that not wearing proper eye protection accounts for o
What is a NAVOSH Self Assessment?
The NAVOSH self-assessment identifies the current status of the
command NAVOSH program. It should describe where it is, where
you want it to go, and how you will get there.
Did you follow all the complianc
Process Review and Measurement System (PR&MS) Guide
The purpose of this Process Review and Measurement System (PR&MS) Guide is to
drive continuous improvement in the Navy's Shore occupational safety and health
program. A strong program protects the safety
What is a Run Chart?
A Run Chart is the most basic tool used to display how a process
performs over time. It is a line graph of data points plotted in
chronological orderthat is, the sequence in which process
events occurred. These data points r
Topic Five Scenario
Location: Oskie Naval Station
Facility: Maintenance Building
Division: Repair Shop
Shops: Composite, Tire, Wood, Welding, Machine, Fabrication, Industrial and
Support Logistics for Naval Vessels.
Mission: To provid
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preparation and Planning
Program Review Sheet
What is a Cause-and-Effect Diagram?
A Cause-and-Effect Diagram is a tool that helps identify,
sort, and display possible causes of a specific problem or
quality characteristic. It graphically illustrates the
relationship between a
Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP)
Recognizing Excellence in Safety and Health
Are you ready for VPP?
Do you have what it takes to be one of the best?
Are you prepared to adopt a comprehensive, rigorous safety and health management
system that you tailor