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The Importance of Beginning and Continuing

ALLAN B. CUYA ,RME,ASP


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Introduction
Quality training reduces injuries....save lives...and ultimately saves money One component to prevent workplace accidents is to provide safety training on an on-going basis
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The need....

for constant reminders in order to do workers best


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THE BEGINNING.....
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The Beginning.

Rule 1043.01 (7)


Safety Committee Functions

Rule 1047 (4)


Duties of Safety Officer
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The Beginning.

Section 12. INFORMATION Section 13. COSH TRAINING


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12. S & H Information


Workers should be adequately and suitably; informed of potential S&H hazards to which they may be exposed at their site instructed and trained on measures for prevention, control and protection against hazards
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SECTION 12.2
No person shall be deployed in a construction site unless he has undergone a S&H awareness seminar conducted by the OSHC, BWC, DOLE-accredited training organizations or by safety professionals Every worker shall receive instruction and training on general S&H measures
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SEC.12.3 Instruction/Training Topics


Basic rights & duties of workers at the site Means of access & egress ..normal & emergency work Measures for good housekeeping Location & proper use of welfare amenities and first aid facilities Proper care & use of PPE issued to workers General measures for personal hygiene and health protection Fire precautions Emergency Actions Relevant SH rules & regulations
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SECTION 12.4
The instruction, training and info materials shall be given in a language/dialect understood by the worker Written oral, visual and participative approaches shall be used Each supervisor/designated person shall conduct daily tool box meetings prior to starting any task remind workers on necessary safety precautions
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SPECIAL TRAININGS
Operators of material handling equipment Erectors/dismantlers of scaffoldings Workers in excavation works Workers handling explosives Workers engaged in pile-driving Steel workers Workers handling hazardous substances Signalers Others as maybe categorized by TESDA
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13. S&H Training


The basic training is a 40-hr/5-day course prescribed by BWC All safety personnel involved in a project shall be required to complete the basic course . Continuing training shall be minimum of 16 hrs per year for every fulltime safety personnel
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CORRECT PPE WITH INSTRUCTIONS


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Orient on its Monitor usage, usage on handling and the maintenance

field/floor
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DONT JUST TELL THEM..SHOW THEM !

CONTINUING SAFETY EDUCATION


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Telling an Constant employee reminders the safety are needed through rules is not various ways enough
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TEN MOST COMMON HUMAN FACTORS CAUSING ACCIDENTS


1. NEGLIGENCE 2. ANGER 3. HASTY DECISION 4. INDIFFERENCE 5. DISTRACTIONS 6. CURIOSITY 7. INADEQUATE INSTRUCTIONS 8. POOR WORKING HABITS 9. OVERCONFIDENCE 10. LACK OF PLANNING

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So therefore.

By giving emphasis on these human factors, we could then guide workers on its importance in preventing accidents.
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Section 12 Item 12.6


Each supervisor shall conduct daily TBM prior to starting the tasks for the day to discuss with the workers and anticipate safety & health problems related to the task and the potential solution to them. The supervisor shall remind the workers on the necessary safety precautions that need to be undertaken.
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SOME STRATEGIES
We divided the team up with other responsibilities ---- On The Job Training (OJT ) Team and Special Projects Team Changed up the way we approached the common day to day training we were conducting.
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100% TIE-OFF PRACTICAL EXERCISES

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TRAINING IN THE FIELD


The On the Job training (OJT) has by far been the best way to get the training information where it belong. With the cooperation of other departments we established field training facilities Skill Craft Centers where workers can be evaluated and also re-trained in there specific task
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Several 100% Tie-off Training demonstration facilities along with Skill Craft Centers for Welding , Grinding, and Electrical. Was welcomed in the field by all and in several cases the Site Supervision took an active role in the demonstration.

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After we established these new tasks the HSE Training Department flourished into an award winning staff of dedicated individuals who wanted to make a difference.

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TRAINING VIDEO PRODUCTIONS


Manual Handling & 100% Tie Off Training Job Safety Task Instruction (JSTI) Dropped Objects Video Confined Space Entry Video Heat Stress Instructional Video Escape Mask Training
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PROJECT MILESTONE accumulated 28 Million Manhours without a LTI have achieved over 10 Million several times
The largest LNG facility in the world
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SUPERVISORY SAFETY TRAINING AND LEADERSHIP


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SUPERVISORS VS. SAFETY OFFICER


COMMON BUT SHOULD NOT BE!!

PRODUCTION AND SAFETY PRODUCTION WITH SAFETY


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No way a Manager or Supervisor can expect a subordinate to follow safety plan IF THEY DONT GET BEHIND the OSH Program and IF THEMSELVES ARE NOT TRAINED
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SUPERVISOR: The Role Model

Employees form their opinions of safety through Supervisors actions good and bad! ON and OFF the Job!!!
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FOLLOWING UP EMPLOYEES
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Talk with the employees Hear their concerns


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Observe them Empower them


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DONT EVER FORGET TO ENFORCE DISCPLINARY ACTIONS!


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WHEN.
We teach them how to do their job safely, we coach them along so they understand why, and we let them mentor others and correct them on what is wrong.
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..RESULT
If the right instructions are given to the workforce at the beginning then the results will begin to show.

BETTER INFORMED , BETTER TRAINED WORKFORCE


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Come to think of it......

To get the best results from valuable training time, make sure your safety trainers are using effective training strategies and techniques
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How Much Trainees Learn Depends on How Good Your Training Is


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As an old line says

If training is expensive. then try ignorance and always be at risk !


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Safety & health be with you

Safety Engineer Safety Control Division O S H C - DOLE


March 1998- Oct. 2006

HSE Training Officer

Thank You

Oct. 2006- Sept. 2007

Sr. HSE Training Officer


Sept. 2007- Sept. 2008

QGX2 P CCIC, Qatar OSH Practitioner/Trainer


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