Motivating Your Workforce to Behave Safely



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Motivating Your Workforce to Behave Safely


Session 1

  • Session 1

  • Objectives

  • To understand the key risk taking behaviours that lead to the top ten fatalities in construction.

  • To show you that the causes of fatalities are often minor.

  • To remind you that if you do not die you may end up with a health condition or disability that may stop you from working.



Exercise 1 What do you think are the main causes of fatalities on construction sites?



Top 10 Identified Causes of Fatalities - Fall from a ladder- - Fall through a fragile roof covering - During lifting operations - Being struck by moving plant - Falls from scaffolds - Fall down an internal void - Asphyxiation by fumes - Crushed by falling excavation - Trapped and crushed by MEWP



Exercise 2 1. What are the behaviours or actions that would have happened just before this fatality occurred? 2. Why might this have happened? (Think about the management, policy, procedure, worker and team).



  • Exercise 3

  • What could you, as a front line operative, do differently to avoid that fatality from occurring?

  • What do you think management and the organisation could have in place, or do differently, to prevent that fatality occurring?



Session 2 Objective To identify common risk scenarios.



Using our ABC

  • When we want to investigate the things that lead to safe or unsafe behaviour we sometimes use ‘ABC analysis’.

  • It helps us look at those behaviours and work out whether they are likely to happen again.

  • We can use this information to reduce or remove the things that will lead to unsafe behaviour and reduce or remove the things that keep making people behave unsafely.

  • We can also use this information to do more of the things that help people work more safely and to encourage them to keep on doing these.

  • Okay, so let’s break the ABC down a bit more!



ABC Activators Behaviours Consequences





Think about the situations where you’ve had an accident or where you escaped a serious incident.

  • Think about the situations where you’ve had an accident or where you escaped a serious incident.



Not wearing RPE/face mask when kerb cutting (using vibratory machinery) or block cutting. Silicosis risk.

  • Not wearing RPE/face mask when kerb cutting (using vibratory machinery) or block cutting. Silicosis risk.

  • Using gas heaters/generators in enclosed spaces without adequate ventilation.

  • Plant drive walking in front of an excavator while the plant was moving.

  • Storing paving slabs off site that then kills a young child clambering over the slabs.

  • Raising a tipper lorry without checking for overhead power lines.



There are a variety of consequences to poor safety behaviour. Some take longer to show themselves (e.g. occupational asthma, poor hearing).

  • There are a variety of consequences to poor safety behaviour. Some take longer to show themselves (e.g. occupational asthma, poor hearing).

  • This is not just about getting killed. You could be left with a disability or poor health.

  • Prevention is straightforward.

  • Everyone is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of workers in this company; this includes you, your workmates, supervisor and manager.



SLAM

  • SLAM

  • …and if it is not safe…

  • STOP!



Objectives:



What happens next?

  • What happens next?







  • Someone is about to go down a 2 metre excavation next to this JCB in operation…

  • What happens next?



Objective

  • Objective

  • Lets recap on the discussions that have taken place and remind ourselves of the key messages from the sessions….



The simplest of things can cause fatalities.

  • The simplest of things can cause fatalities.

  • Accidents happen for a variety of reasons.

  • Accidents can happen as a result of something someone else has done earlier.

  • Disability and death can happen in the present as well as in the future.

  • Prevention is straightforward.

  • Everyone has a shared responsibility.

  • There are ways of overcoming barriers.

  • Workers have the right to STOP (SLAM).



Thank you for taking part

  • Thank you for taking part

  • Now go put this into practice!




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