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    Safety Culture & Behaviours Geoff Earl

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    Introduction

    • Behavioural safety theory • Measurement, science and sense? • Loads of examples • Disclaimer

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    Let’s start with an old favourite

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    Start of SAFELEC

    Start of Powering Improvement

    “today’s recruits join an industry that is over 10 times safer than it was 30 years ago”

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    Underpinning progress

    “systems, processes, procedures, standards and technology glued together by a strong safety culture”

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    Be honest with yourselves

    Hudson 2001

    Our challenge is to tune ALL our people into our tolerance of risk and the degree to which we expect them to control it (with our help).

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    Even when it hurts!

    Complacency rather than “chronic unease” in this working at height situation led to a nasty injury in a fall from a vehicle equipped with guards to prevent falling.

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    Cultural changes needed to deliver our goals?

    • Practical examples where our leadership is key in the establishment of safer habits and therefore a stronger safety culture capable of making that next step up the ladder

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    Cultural changes needed to deliver our goals?

    • Driving habits • PPE habits • Workplace risk management habits • Leadership habits

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    What better driving habits do we need to form?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Seat belt use Observations, prosecutions

    Reverse parking Incidents & observations

    Drive-thru parking Incidents, audit & engagement

    Circle of inspection Incidents, engagements depot gate obs

    Handbrake & gear engaged Incidents & observations

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    What better driving habits do we need to form?

    2010 2018

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    What better driving habits do we need to form?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Seat belt use Observations, prosecutions

    Reverse parking Incidents & observations

    Drive-thru parking Incidents, audit & engagement

    Circle of inspection Engagements depot gate observations

    Handbrake & gear engaged Incidents, observations car park surveys

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    PPE habits do we need to better form?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Safety helmets W@H Incidents, audit & observations

    Safety helmets non-W@H Incidents, audit & observations

    Arc-flash work wear Incidents, audit & observations

    Safety eye-wear Incidents, audit & observations

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    Forced habits for work aloft and on CDM sites

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    PPE habits do we need to better form?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Safety helmets W@H Incidents, audit & observations

    Safety helmets non-W@H Incidents, audit & observations

    Arc-flash work wear Incidents, audit & observations

    Safety eye-wear Incidents, audit & observations

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    Arc flash – we’ve all come the journey

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    But it took a long time

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    PPE habits do we need to better form?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Safety helmets W@H Incidents, audit & observations

    Safety helmets non-W@H Incidents, audit & observations

    Arc-flash work wear Incidents, audit & observations

    Safety eye-wear Incidents, audit & observations

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    Workplace risk management habits?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Meaningful risk assessment Incidents, audit & observations

    Constructively challenge SAP Incidents, audit & observations

    Marking HV cables at set to work Audit

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    Meaningful risk assessment

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    Workplace risk management habits?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Meaningful risk assessment Incidents, audit & observations

    Constructively challenge SAP Incidents, audit & observations

    Marking HV cables at set to work Audit

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    Leadership examples?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Field engagement Incidents, audit & observations

    Office environments Engagement observations

    Time for safety Timekeeping, leading indicators

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    Leading by example

    • What do you think this did for the safety culture at BVT on Clydeside?

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    Leadership examples?

    Habit Early days

    Tipping point

    Habit formed

    Evidence

    Field engagement Incidents, audit & observations

    Office environments Engagement observations

    Time for safety Timekeeping, leading indicators

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    Time for safety - June 1985

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    Time for safety - 1988

    “technology is supposed to save us time – time that can be spent on safety if we choose invest it that way”

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    In summary

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    • Don’t fixate on the outputs • Measure the leading indicators • Make the necessary adjustments • Control the controllables

    Safety Culture & Behaviours Introduction Let’s start with an old favourite Underpinning progress Be honest with yourselves Even when it hurts! Cultural changes needed to deliver our goals?� Cultural changes needed to deliver our goals?� What better driving habits do we need to form? What better driving habits do we need to form? What better driving habits do we need to form? PPE habits do we need to better form? Forced habits for work aloft and on CDM sites PPE habits do we need to better form? Arc flash – we’ve all come the journey But it took a long time PPE habits do we need to better form? Workplace risk management habits? Meaningful risk assessment Workplace risk management habits? Leadership examples? Leading by example Leadership examples? Time for safety - June 1985 Time for safety - 1988 In summary