The critical components of a successful safety program are included below. You have the option of either having us facilitate any or all of these programs or we can conduct training and coaching for key personnel to improve their delivery and effectiveness. 

Risk Assessment

  • Qualitative – Job Safety Analysis (JSA) / Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) / Field Level Risk Assessment (FLRA)
  • Quantitative – Risk ranking using a matrix (Consequences vs Likelihood)
  • Ensuring the team helps determine risk ranking and mitigations

Effective Tool Box Talks

  • The JSA / JHA / FLRA
  • Language
  • Engagement
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Confirmation of understanding of risks and mitigations

Stop the Job

  • Stopping an unsafe operation is a RIGHT
  • Stopping an unsafe operation is an OBLIGATION
  • Workers must truly believe that it can be done

Workplace Observations

  • Observing unsafe behavior
  • Observing and praising exceptional safe behavior
  • Helping to correct the unsafe behavior
  • Determining trends
  • Sharing of lessons learned

Positive Safety Intervention (PSI)

  • Interdependent attitude
  • Ready, willing and able to intervene
  • Willingness to accept the intervention

Safety & Operations Meetings

  • Learning to make presentations
  • Building an agenda
  • Engagement
  • Goal setting
  • “Take away” items

Contractor Oversight

  • Training and coaching supervisory staff
  • Performance evaluation as the job begins
  • Handling unsatisfactory performance

Incident Investigation

  • "Near misses" or "Accidents"
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Contributing factors
  • Recommendations with specific people and timelines to prevent re-occurrence 

After Action Reviews (AAR)

  • Significant operations analyzed by the team upon completion
  • Look for opportunities for improvement to prepare for the next similar operation