Teams have been trained in SHE Management System
SHE Policies must be communicated at least annually
Safety Leadership behaviours and SHE Responsibilities and Accountabilities communicated to all team members
Legal and other requirements understood by line managers
All employees trained in Hazard ID and RIsk Assessment within last 12 months, that includes not only the methodology of RIsk Assessment, but the use of the GNC Risk Assessment Tools.
Hazards for work area/site have been identified, risk assessed (within the past 24 months) and entered into the risk register.
Risk assessment culture embedded to ensure ongoing application of the hazard ID and risk assessment process
Changes made within the department have been Risk assessed, communicated and controls implemented.
The JSA/Mini WRAC process is used if there is no current documented work instruction (or if this document has not been formally reviewed and updated within the last 2 years) and for All non routine work situations.
"Near Miss" reporting culture in place and achieving targets.
Manual handling tasks identified, risk assessed and risk reduction plans are in place and agreed to by the SHE committee.
AN employee's fitness to perform the inherent requirements of the role for which they are employed greatly influences their risk of sustaining a manual handling sprain/strain type of injury. A program to highlight the importance of maintaining one's fitness for work needs to be established.
Top 3 site high risk hazards identified, risk assessed and improvement plans for these developed and actively managed.
Each department has instigated a capital project that will reduce a significant risk in their area of responsibility.
Operational controls must be in place to effectively control/manage risk.
JSA/Mini WRAC & Work Permits must be used for high risk work including confined space entry, control of hot work, working at heights, excavation and wall penetration.
GrainCorp Contractor Management procedure must be adhered to.
Documented work instructions are used for training for high risk tasks.
Training needs analysis completed and forward training plan in place and being followed.
New staff are inducted using the Site induction process, e learns and risk register prior to commencing work.
Feedback from external interested parties is responded to in a timely and appropriate fashion.
A SHE issues resolution process has been developed by the SHE Committee and communicated to all employees.
A SHE Committee meeting has been held within the past month and minutes have been communicated to those who did not attend. The focus of the Committee should be on problem solving, trend improvement, risk reduction project work activities - as recorded in the corrective action register.
Employee Reps are involved in their Department's Line Leadership and Significant Risk Review each month.
SENTIS Safety day boards displayed and effectively used.
Weekly Department Toolbox talks completed - new topic each week.
All team members have attended quarterly ZIP toolkit sessions.
First aid services are made available for all injuries from trained first aides.
Fire and Emergency Wardens/Personnel are appointed and trained and displayed in work area or noted on toolbox talk for the day.
Incidents are reported as soon as they occur, and coordinator/supervisor assesses the risk (at the point of occurrence) with the employee.
Incident investigations are to be completed with 48 hours for any report of workplace injury or high risk near miss/hazard. A debrief needs to be scheduled to occur with 7 days of such incident.
Corrective actions closed out on time.
Each line item from the LLR/SSR criteria from 2014/2015, that was not deemed 100% complete, is entered as an individual corrective action in safeguard.
All employees are to participate in a breifing in which the Company standards "Safety Breach Disciplinary Action" is communicated.
Teams will track their SHE lead and lag performance measures and have a plan in place for continuous improvement.
Preventative (maintenance) plans are in place and adhered to for safety critical equipment.
Workplace SHE inspections completed by Departments each month.
Employees understand initial injury Management process, absence from work reporting, immediate notification, 1st aid, preferred medical provider, suitable duties.
Injury Case Management - Line Managers are to maintain weekly contact with any of their employees who are off work (due to a work related condition) and daily contact for employees on a return to pre injury duties plan.
ALl Line Managers have participated in Management of an Injury Condition training/facilitation within the past 24 months.