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Worksite Safety Inspections: Serious Business Barbara Semeniuk 1 3/16/2018 Worksite Safety Inspections: Serious Business Barbara Semeniuk 1 3/16/2018

Introduction What is an inspection? l Types of Inspections? l The Role of the Introduction What is an inspection? l Types of Inspections? l The Role of the Health and Safety Committee, Supervisors, Workers and Management in Inspections. l Planning an inspection. l How to conduct Inspections. l How to write the inspection report and time -lines. l 2 3/16/2018

What is an Inspection? An inspection is part of workplace monitoring l It checks What is an Inspection? An inspection is part of workplace monitoring l It checks for substandard acts and conditions Text Te Text l It checks the PEPME: people, xt environment, physical conditions, Text machinery/materials and equipment. l It is not an audit although inspections and Text Te audits are often used interchangeably xt l An audit is an examination of the whole l 3 3/16/2018

Types of Inspections Informal l – Regular – Intermittent – Surprise 4 3/16/2018 Types of Inspections Informal l – Regular – Intermittent – Surprise 4 3/16/2018

Informal Inspections Performed everyday: checking the worksites for hazards prior to beginning work l Informal Inspections Performed everyday: checking the worksites for hazards prior to beginning work l Walking around by Management, Supervisors, Workers to check/monitor conditions informally (not written down, but noted). l 5 3/16/2018

Formal Inspections May be legislated ie. Health and Safety Committee conduct monthly inspections and/or Formal Inspections May be legislated ie. Health and Safety Committee conduct monthly inspections and/or weekly depending on the scope of work and the degree of hazards and the timelines to conduct the work. l This is an example of regular inspections. l Intermittent inspections can be conducted periodically with no defined timelines so people cannot prepare also known as surprise inspections l 6 3/16/2018

Planning an Inspection Determine what you wish to inspect with your team l Who Planning an Inspection Determine what you wish to inspect with your team l Who will be on the team l Why you wish to inspect l When you wish to inspect l How you will go about it ie. How to rate/rank hazards, what checklist to use and/or if you have to create one l How it fits into the big picture l 7 3/16/2018

Conducting the Inspection Barb to give relaxation exercise to get in the mood l Conducting the Inspection Barb to give relaxation exercise to get in the mood l Wear the necessary PPE: set a good example l Do not operate equipment you are not competent to do so l Inform the Supervisor of the area if this is a regular inspection, keep management informed if this is a surprise inspection and 8 be sure you are aware of the Health and 3/16/2018 l

Writing the Inspection report Keep it simple the KISS principle l Rank the worst Writing the Inspection report Keep it simple the KISS principle l Rank the worst hazards first l Create an action plan l Assign people responsible for corrective actions and do not always use the maintenance person: spread the love l Record the implementation date of the corrective actions l Assign a follow up person to check that these have been done l 9 3/16/2018

Effective Implementation Of Inspections Always be thinking: lean manufacturings the 5 WHY’s l Why Effective Implementation Of Inspections Always be thinking: lean manufacturings the 5 WHY’s l Why are employees doing unsafe acts l Why do unsafe conditions exist l Why, why? What are the underlying conditions behind the behaviour? l 10 3/16/2018

Case Studies Think of the roles you play as a Health and Safety Practitioner Case Studies Think of the roles you play as a Health and Safety Practitioner in an Inspection. Are you one of the following? l Pair of hands: you readily do the work, management is hands off its in your job description, you do it l Expert: You are the go to person the person who knows all. You conduct the inspection and do not involve many people 11 because they slow down the process 3/16/2018 l

Case Study: See Where you fit and what you would do l You are Case Study: See Where you fit and what you would do l You are a Health and Safety Coordinator for a Company that operates in BC and Alberta. Like me you live in the province where there are no rats unlike BC. (probably because no self respecting rat would want to live in Alberta) (I’m from BC originally, how can you guess eh? ) l In Alberta. there is an office building that is 30 stories high. You have been asked to 12 3/16/2018

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Effective Implementation of Inspections The three E’s of Safety: Expect, Exhibit and Emphasize l Effective Implementation of Inspections The three E’s of Safety: Expect, Exhibit and Emphasize l Assign someone responsible for inspection planning and implementation (clear expectations) l Keep management and the workers informed l Involve all levels of employees so management and workers buy into the program (exhibit) l 14 3/16/2018

Effective Inspections These are collaborative l Involve all levels of employees l Are planned Effective Inspections These are collaborative l Involve all levels of employees l Are planned out: Stephen Covey “sharpen the saw” l People are held accountable l Are measured and tracked l Prevent incidents before they happen l 15 3/16/2018

Purcell Enterprises Ltd. firstbesafe@shaw. ca l Questions: 780 -951 -0867 l Safety matters…. because Purcell Enterprises Ltd. [email protected] ca l Questions: 780 -951 -0867 l Safety matters…. because you matter. l 16 3/16/2018