SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Hennie

SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Hennie

SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Hennie Kruger HSE Manager SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Much Asphalt is a M & R company and 100% owned by M& R As an organization we strictly adhere to the M & R ethos of Health & Safety Today I would like to share with you: Some of the challenges we face on a daily bases

and how we deal with these challenges with specific reference to: How do we work and live safely? Monitoring and reporting as a management tool Progress regarding the Du Pont Bradley Curve SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Over the years we have made good progress in installing a positive safety culture and we have significantly reduced lost time injury rates nationally.

Safety is a journey and needs all the help from renowned organizations to apply proven best practices that will improve safety performance. Injuries SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Personal Commitment Team Building Discipline/fear

Self-Managing Team Commitment Rules Self-Discipline Development in Team Supervisory Control Self-Responsibility

Help Others Conform Personal Goals Value for Each Other Care for Self Team Goals I do it so none of us gets hurt I do it so I dont get caught

I do it so I dont get hurt Dependent culture Independent culture Interdependent culture Time Safety Culture SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 DuPonts view of Much Asphalt There are some indications of an independent culture at Much Asphalt and even early signs of a

tendency towards inter -dependence as seen in an emerging team approach to safety responsibility that is developing at certain sites. However there is also a strong reliance on punitive measures to enforce operating discipline which is often necessary but has the potential of keeping the culture at the dependent level if the organisation does not find a more mature approach to progressive motivation. SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Challenges

How do we avoid accidents? Can one predict human behaviour ? How does human behaviour influence attitudes and actions? How do you instill good human behaviour? How do you instill a sound safety culture? SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Safety Culture After suffering a series of significant incidents in the workplace, we soon realised that we have not been able to adequately address key factors that

underpin our safety performance and culture. Cannot continue with same actions taken in the past Drastic measures needed to be taken Independent assessment of the Safety Culture within Much Asphalt The M & R Holdings board and DuPont Sustainable Solutions undertook a comprehensive assessment of the Groups South African operations against best practice safety management standards and to develop a set of improvement recommendations: Safety Perception Survey

Safety Management evaluation Embarked on a journey to ZERO HARM SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Challenge vs Solutions Safety Awareness Training Bitsafe Training (bit decanting) Hunt for Hazards (plant & offices) Reporting all incidents & accidents Investigations of all accidents & incidents

Branches operating as little empires remained a challenge. Made progress gap between actual practice and the desired result did not demonstrate the effort put into this campaign moving from dependent to independent SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Much Asphalt then aspired to become OHSAS 18001 accredited. As an accredited member, all branches had to live up to the standards and operate in this framework. This provided great sense of direction and

uniformity among the branches Same vision for everybody All documentation was standardized The implementation of a good Safety Quality Management System gave rise to new aspirations, greater heights, greater achievements that underpinned the Much Asphalt branding: .Together we can SABITA HEALTH AND SAFETY SEMINAR SEPTEMBER 2012 Monitoring and reporting as a management tool monthly reporting Corporate & Branch specific objectives

Branch Management plan Reporting on Near Misses (40-60 per month) No blame policy Added benefit visible felt leadership (VFLs) Branch Indicators (Target vs Actual) Safety meetings Planned Task Observations Near Misses LTIFR Continuous Improvements To align ourselves to get to next level of excellence in Safety 10 FRCP (Fatal Risk Control Protocol) were introduced

Simple terms = 10 Life Saving Rules Core values of Much Asphalt Care - for our people Act with Integrity in all business dealings Are Accountable and taking responsibility for our actions Respect - peoples differences treating them with dignity Are Committed to deliver on our promises THANK YOU

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