Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 1 Measuring

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  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 1 Measuring Performance  is  The First Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 1 Measuring Performance is The First Step Toward Improvement. Incident Reporting

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 2 Incident Reporting Objectives:  Reinforce why we Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 2 Incident Reporting Objectives: Reinforce why we report incidents Reinforce new reporting language Key words Reinforce new reporting expectations

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 3 Incident Reporting  is How We Measure Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 3 Incident Reporting is How We Measure Safety Results. Measuring Performance

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 4 Safety Incident Reports Required by P&G 1. Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 4 Safety Incident Reports Required by P&G 1. 1. Become an official record 2. 2. Identify skill & knowledge gaps 3. 3. Identify follow up actions 4. 4. Provide a roadmap to improvement • training & skill development • technology choices

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 5 Standardized Terms ““ New” Key Words: Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 5 Standardized Terms ““ New” Key Words: Use the phrase “Electrical Incident” in the “short title” field Major or Minor Short Circuit Equipment damage Major or Minor Shock Electrical Injury Major or Minor indicates the severity of the incident Do not use the term “electrocution” unless reporting a fatality. Using the key words helps in searching the database

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 6 New KE Requirement O&M #15 1. 1. Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 6 New KE Requirement O&M #15 1. 1. The Site ESO (Electrical System Owner), or their designee must participate in all electrical incident investigations at the site. 2. 2. Electrical knowledge is required for: penetrating electrical incident details clearly communicating the findings determining the correct follow-up actions 3. 3. All electrical safety incidents (including Class I) are to be reported via the HSE database.

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 7300 Recordables 1 Fatality General Safety Hazards 10 Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 7300 Recordables 1 Fatality General Safety Hazards 10 Recordables 1 Fatalities Electrical Hazards Electrical injuries are 30 times more likely to result in a fatality than other types of injuries. Why Electrical Safety is So Important OSHA injury data evaluated by IEEE safety committee

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 8 Filling out the Form ESO fills out Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 8 Filling out the Form ESO fills out a hardcopy form HSE or ESO inputs to the Global IRP Copy Prince. DR. 3 as “other” in the automatic email option

  Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 9 Summary All incident reports are important The Global Electrical Systems Seminar Incident Reporting 9 Summary All incident reports are important The Site ESO is to participate in all electrical incident investigations All electrical incidents, including Class I are to be entered into the HSE Incident database