• Coachee:

  • Coach:

  • Date:

In-Field Engagements

1 - Prepare and Plan

  • What kinds of hazards will I be looking for (physical, chemical, mechanical, biological and ergonomic)? What are the worst possible consequences?

  • Thorough recognition of potential hazards (discussed/reviewed).

2 - Look Out For Hazards

  • How will I check which areas and hazards need attention?

  • Systematic approach to hazard recognition.

3 - Reinforce Stop-Work Authority

  • How will I explain the importance of intervention?

  • Dialogue throughout the day reinforcing and supporting stopping unsafe work.

4 - Ask and Listen

  • What questions will I ask to involve my team? How will I show that I'm really listening?

  • Good use of open ended, thought provoking questions.

5 - Win Hearts, Then Minds

  • How do I gain their trust? What actions can I take to provide on-the-ground support?

  • Follow up provided, sample time provided for conversations, documented.

6 - Lead With Words and Actions

  • How will I ensure that my words and actions reinforce a clear message about the importance of health and safety standards on site?

  • Shut down work areas, removed faulty gear, conducted inspections.

7 - Consider the Severity of Consequences

  • In what ways can I encourage my team to continually consider the severity of consequences, even for less likely risks?

  • Conversations pertaining to realistic consequence's (people not policy based)

8 - Make Sure They Stay Safe After You Leave

  • How will I set up my team to continue to act safely, even after the conversation ends? What can I do to clarify expectations and timeframes for follow-up actions?

  • Help, follow up, provide gear, communicate hazards, and reward behavior.

9 - Follow Up on Commitments

  • How will I ensure that follow-up on actions are completed?

  • Document, discuss, hold accountable, reward and recognize.

10 - Teach Others

  • In what ways can I use our dialogue to inform future safety engagements, meetings, and reporting?

  • Enter good catch, share in future huddle, forward recommendations, communicate recognition to others.

  • Additional Comments:

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