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[Audio] SUPERVISOR'S SAFETY TRAINING. SUPERVISOR’S SAFETY TRAINING.

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[Audio] What it Takes to Inspire Your People to Work Safe.

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[Audio] Keeping your People safe at work is a never ending process – and one that can easily consume most of your time As Safety Leaders – it must be our daily mission to ensure that our People complete what we ask of them – without mishap or incident. This presentation is being offered to give Supervisors from various Industries – ideas or guidance in carrying out their mission...of Keeping Their People Safe..

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[Audio] What a Safety Leader / Supervisor is to Me Supervisor Safety Challenges Safety Suggestions to Supervisors.

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[Audio] What a safety Leader is to me? A SAFETY LEADER the ONE RESPONSIBLE for the safety of his / her work group and the safe performance and execution of work group operations ACTS ON all safety Issues that are raised – ensures their completion – and communicates their status to their people. CONDUCTS SAFETY TRAINING that is needed and applicable to a work group – that includes involvement and safety takeaways..

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[Audio] What a safety Leader is to me? A SAFETY LEADER COMMUNICATES SAFETY INFORMATION in various forms not only to their work group, but up the chain of command as well. ENCOURAGES and EXPECTS his / her people to be part of the company safety process and takes action to involve them in it. KNOWS HOW safety requirements and performance fit into the organizations business strategy and relates such to his / her people..

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[Audio] What is a Supervisor is to Me? Leader Communicator Planner Administrator Well Organized Coach Disciplinarian Time Manager Co-Worker Counselor Employee Change Agent Safety Champion Flexible Adaptable Learner Teacher.

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[Audio] Supervisors can face various and many Safety Challenges including – Tool & Equipment Issues : T&E inspections, lack of the right / proper T&E, improper maintenance, breakdowns / downtime, lacking of proper training to use, etc. Work Environment : poor housekeeping, union vs. management differences, stress from possible layoffs, off shift differences, hazardous working conditions, etc..

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[Audio] Supervisors can face various and many Safety Challenges including – Training Issues : lack of supervisory training, limited time for training, outdated training methods, providing safety takeaways, etc. Work Group Involvement : lack of employee safety involvement / interest, being part of the process, promoting active participation, etc..

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[Audio] Supervisors can face various and many Safety Challenges including – Compliance Issues : internal and external safety requirements, how they differ and are similar, what actions are needed to attain, etc. Sharing Responsibility: encouraging work group employees that safety is their responsibility too and that they should watch out for the safety of their co-workers..

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[Audio] Supervisors can face various and many Safety Challenges including – Safety Time : knowing what time the organization affords to safety, and maximizing it to provide the most safety impact to work group. Accident Investigation : knowing how to conduct that properly identifies the root cause and taking actions to prevent its reoccurrence..

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[Audio] What are ways in which You the Safety Leader can keep your People Safe? Supervisor Safety Training.

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[Audio] Safety MUSTS for Supervisors Supervisor – Safety Actions Your People's Safety must be your top priority. Start each Shift with a Safety Message. Act on all Safety Concerns raised to you – and as quickly as you can. Make sure to follow-up on outstanding safety concerns. Ensure that Safety Rules are understood and followed by all..

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[Audio] Always have your " Safety Eyes " on. When you see a Safety concern, infraction, hazard – deal with it right away. Promote good housekeeping – it should be done daily – and by all members of your work group. " Walk Your Safety Talk" – make sure that your actions match the words that you say. Listen to your People – often times they are the best to know..

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[Audio] Encourage your People to report their Near Misses. Such are great live and learn examples – that can result in action to prevent their reoccurrence – and an actual injury from happening. Employees should never be disciplined for reporting a Near Miss. Ensure that Workplace Inspections (i.e., Vehicle, Equipment Logs) are completed daily and acted on when non-conformances are identified. Encourage your People to have a Safety Voice..

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[Audio] Safety MUSTS for Supervisors Supervisor – When You Witness an Unsafe Act Stop the action right away. NEVER LOOK THE OTHER WAY! Ask them if they know and understand how to perform the operation safely. If not, explain it to them or have another Co-Worker that knows how – show them how to perform it safely..

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[Audio] Ask them if there is anything that is preventing them from following the procedure safely. Act on any issue from this discussion that needs to be addressed..

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[Audio] Safety MUSTS for Supervisors Supervisor – Actions to Involve Your Employees in Safety Rotate the responsibility for reviewing your organizational Safety Bulletins / Briefings / Communications – with your People. Assign someone to select a Safety Rule from your organizations Safety Handbook to read and discuss it with your Work Group.

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Safety MUSTS for Supervisors Supervisor – Actions to Involve Your Employees in Safety.

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[Audio] Rotate the responsibility for reviewing your organizational Safety Bulletins / Briefings / Communications – with your People. Assign someone to select a Safety Rule from your organizations Safety Handbook to read and discuss it with your Work Group..

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[Audio] Review Safety Accidents or Incidents that have occurred in or outside your work group / organization. Have your People come up with recommendations on why it happened and how it could have been prevented..

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[Audio] Openly discuss Employee Safety Concerns that have been raised – and advise your People of their status and actions taken / to be taken – to address them..

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[Audio] Conduct Workplace Safety Audits on a frequent basis, using your Safety Reps to identify non-conformances in both operations and plant facilities – and see to it that they are corrected timely..

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[Audio] Get back to your People on their Safety Concerns. One of the worst actions for a Supervisor – is to listen to their Employees Safety Concerns or Issues – and then do nothing about them..

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[Audio] A second action that can impede a Supervisors Efforts to Improve Safety – is not getting back to their People on what actions have been taken to address their Safety issues and concerns. If you as a Supervisor take such action to address them – then communicate what actions were taken to Your People. Such will show Your People that you care about them and Their Safety..

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[Audio] Safety MUSTS for Supervisors Supervisor – Safety Postings The posting of a simple Safety Picture in your workplace – can send a strong Safety Message. Pictures of Safety Incidents including Injuries – not only get your People ' s attention – but can be used to get them thinking – " Could it happen to Them?.

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[Audio] Heavy Manufacturing Plant – The use of very dramatic and graphic pictures, especially those pertaining to similar operations that are performed – work the best.

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[Audio] Safety MUSTS for Supervisors Supervisor – Safety Training Make sure that you know and understand the Safety Topic prior to conducting / presenting. Encourage and expect 2-way communication when conducting Work Group Safety Training..

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[Audio] Get your People involved! Frequently use Visual Aides to communicate your Safety Message. Used correctly, it is a great Safety Training Tool. Train your People in Safety Topics that apply directly to what they do and what they need to know in order to perform their job safely..

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[Audio] Recognize Safety Performance – both Individually and as a Team. Supplement your Safety Training with outside Safety Experts – such as local Vendors, Fire Department, Safety Instructors, etc..

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[Audio] Use your most experienced People as a Safety Leader and Teacher…Use their Knowledge! CONDUCT SAFETY TRAINING.....WITH A PASSION!.

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[Audio] Safety Musts for Supervisors Supervisor – Safety Communications Walk your Safety Talk – Your People must see you do what you say. How you communicate with your People regarding Safety – will determine the type of Safety Message your People hear and how well they accept it..

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[Audio] If you promise one of your People that you will look into their Safety Concern – then do so & timely. Be a frequent Safety Voice – talk about Safety often and tell your People how they can benefit from it..

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[Audio] Talk about Safety from your Heart – and mean it!.

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[Audio] Thank You for listening and participating. If you have some clarifications or suggestions please don't hesitate to ask or clarify?.