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Unilever Construction Safety Module 1 Engineered to Win ! Engineered to Win !

Unilever Construction Safety

Module 1

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Module 1 Objectives

 Module 1 Objectives  Provide an overview of the Unilever Construction Safety Manual  Review
  • Provide an overview of the Unilever Construction Safety Manual

  • Review the Unilever expectations regarding Safety Leadership and how you can personally influence the safety performance on your projects

  • Understand the safety management practices that will help ensure a safe work site

  • Review the Unilever Construction Safety Governance Framework and the process for continuous improvement

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Unilever Construction Safety Overview of the Construction Safety Manual Engineered to Win ! Engineered to Win

Unilever Construction Safety

Overview of the Construction Safety Manual

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 What is the Construction Safety Manual?  A set of Construction SHE Standards  Establishes

What is the Construction Safety Manual?

  • A set of Construction SHE Standards

  • Establishes clear expectations & requirements

  • Defines minimum Unilever requirements

  • Outlines a structured approach to construction safety

  • Defines a governance framework for continuous improvement

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Construction Safety Standards

 Construction Safety Standards  Define minimum but specific requirements for Unilever projects  Standards define
  • Define minimum but specific requirements for Unilever projects

  • Standards define what is required to be implemented with guidance on how

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Unilever Standards & Local Regulation

 Unilever Standards & Local Regulation  All projects must comply with the Unilever Construction Safety
  • All projects must comply with the Unilever Construction Safety Standards

Projects must comply with local regulations

The most stringent requirements apply

Additional country- or project-specific standards may be required

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Roles & Responsibilities

 Roles & Responsibilities  Ultimate responsibility is with the Project Delivery Directors and their management
  • Ultimate responsibility is with the Project Delivery Directors and their management teams

  • Standards define specific roles & responsibilities

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Overview of Standards

 Overview of Standards  Unilever Construction Safety Manual consists of 38 standards  15 –
  • Unilever Construction Safety Manual consists of 38

standards

  • 15 construction safety management & processes

  • 23 construction safety activities & hazards

  • Existing Unilever SHE Standards (200 series) are referenced and used where appropriate

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Unilever Standards Table of Contents

 Unilever Standards – Table of Contents Std. Number Title of Standard 400 Safety Leadership, Management

Std. Number

Title of Standard

400

Safety Leadership, Management and Governance Framework

401

Contractor Safety Management

402

Safety Orientation and Training

403

Security Management

404

Emergency Planning and Response

405

Project Specific Safety Planning

406

Job Safety Analysis and Hazard Communication

407

Inspections and Audits

408

Managing Non-conformance and Violations

409

Incentive Plan (Recognition and Penalties)

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Unilever Standards Table of Contents

 Unilever Standards – Table of Contents Standard No. Title of Standard 410 Incident Management 411

Standard No.

Title of Standard

410

Incident Management

411

Site Control and Management

412

Construction Office Safety

413

Personal Protective Equipment

414

Permit to Work

415

Work at Height

416

Scaffolding

417

Ladders and Stairways

418

Cranes, Hoists and Rigging

419

Excavations, Piling and Sub-surface Work

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Unilever Standards Table of Contents

 Unilever Standards – Table of Contents Standard No. Title of Standard 420 Steel Erection 421

Standard No.

Title of Standard

420

Steel Erection

421

Confined Spaces

422

Electrical Work

423

Energy Isolation

424

Line Opening

425

Vehicles and Mobile Equipment

426

Hazardous Chemicals and Materials

427

Work in Extreme Environmental Conditions

428

Manual Handling

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Unilever Standards Table of Contents

 Unilever Standards – Table of Contents Standard No. Title of Standard 429 Hand and Power

Standard No.

Title of Standard

429

Hand and Power Tool Safety and Equipment Inspection

430

Hot Work

431

Gas Cylinder Use and Storage

432

Abrasive Blasting

433

Fire Prevention Protection

434

NDT and Radiography Safety

435

Demolition

437

Safety in Brownfield Construction

438

Construction Completion and Turnover

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Review

Review  Standards apply to all Unilever projects  Local regulations still apply  Apply the
  • Standards apply to all Unilever projects

  • Local regulations still apply

  • Apply the most stringent of Unilever standards and local regulations

  • Construction Safety Standards reference and use applicable existing Unilever SHE Standards

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Unilever Construction Safety Safety Leadership, Management and Governance Framework Engineered to Win ! Engineered to Win

Unilever Construction Safety

Safety Leadership, Management and Governance Framework

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Ultimate Objective

  • Incident prevention through proactive safety leadership and management

  • Eliminate unsafe actions and unsafe conditions

Ultimate Objective  Incident prevention through proactive safety leadership and management  Eliminate unsafe actions and
Ultimate Objective  Incident prevention through proactive safety leadership and management  Eliminate unsafe actions and

Zero Injuries

ZERO Unsafe Acts & Conditions = ZERO Injuries

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Heinrich’s Triangle Provides Insight

Heinrich’s Triangle Provides Insight Heinrich was an industrial safety pioneer working for an insurance company in
Heinrich’s Triangle Provides Insight Heinrich was an industrial safety pioneer working for an insurance company in

Heinrich was an industrial safety pioneer

working for an insurance company

in the 1930’s

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Heinrich’s Law and Reality

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Achieving the Unilever Vision

  • Proactive leadership & commitment

  • Clear roles & responsibilities

  • Lead by example

Achieving the Unilever Vision  Proactive leadership & commitment  Clear roles & responsibilities  Lead
  • Take action to create & promote a safe work site

  • Being active & visible in the field

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Management’s Role

  • Ensure compliance

  • Communicate

  • Be engaged in the safety process

  • Give recognition and feedback

  • Provide resources for safety

  • Serve as a role model

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Management’s Role  Ensure compliance  Communicate  Be engaged in the safety process  Give
Management’s Role  Ensure compliance  Communicate  Be engaged in the safety process  Give

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Personal Role in Safety

  • Keep work areas & equipment in a safe condition

  • Work safe

  • Watch out for others

  • Follow the rules

Personal Role in Safety  Keep work areas & equipment in a safe condition  Work
Personal Role in Safety  Keep work areas & equipment in a safe condition  Work
  • Stop work in imminent danger situations

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Zero Tolerance Rules

Zero Tolerance Rules  A valid and verified Permit to Work is required prior to performing
Zero Tolerance Rules  A valid and verified Permit to Work is required prior to performing
  • A valid and verified Permit to Work is required prior to performing work requiring permit.

  • Comply with all Work at Height requirements for the use of fall protection

  • Comply with all Confined Space requirements

  • Comply with all Energy Isolation requirements

  • Comply with all requirements for operation of vehicles and mobile equipment including the use of seat belts

  • Comply with all requirements for trenching and excavating work

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Governance Framework

Governance Framework  Based on PDCA continuous improvement cycle  Unilever Policy is central to the
  • Based on PDCA continuous improvement cycle

  • Unilever Policy is central to the framework

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Unilever Policy

Unilever Policy Unilever will aim to continuously improve its health & safety performance to a standard

Unilever will aim to continuously improve its health & safety performance to a standard which is comparable with the very best companies in our industrial sector.

We will establish and maintain high standards of health & safety at work for everyone working in the organization so as

to prevent personal injury, promote good health and prevent

occupational ill health.

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Planning

  • Setting objectives & targets

  • Conducting risk assessments

  • Identifying legal & other requirements

Planning  Setting objectives & targets  Conducting risk assessments  Identifying legal & other requirements
Planning  Setting objectives & targets  Conducting risk assessments  Identifying legal & other requirements
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Examples of Objectives

  • Implementation of new risk control measures

  • Introduction of new features or

systems into the Unilever

Construction Safety Program

  • Elimination or reduction of incidents

  • Implementation of a defined training program

Examples of Objectives  Implementation of new risk control measures  Introduction of new features or
Examples of Objectives  Implementation of new risk control measures  Introduction of new features or
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Examples of Targets

Examples of Targets  Implementation of a work at heights control process by January 2015 –
  • Implementation of a work at heights control process by January 2015responsibility assigned to John Doe

  • Reduction of hand injury incidents by 50% in FY14 assigned to Jane Smith

  • Implementation of a technology to document equipment inspections by scanning in first quarter FY14 assigned to Richard Johnson

  • Targets should be SMART

  • Specific, Measureable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely

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Risk Assessment

  • Fundamental part of planning

Risk Assessment  Fundamental part of planning  Undertaken for all routine & non-routine work &
  • Undertaken for all routine & non-routine work & significant risks

  • Control measures identified must be monitored for effectiveness

  • Risk assessments for significant risks must be documented and periodically reviewed

Risk Assessment  Fundamental part of planning  Undertaken for all routine & non-routine work &
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Legal & Other Requirements

  • Identify applicable safety, health & environmental regulations & standards

  • Develop a plan to ensure requirements are identified & met

  • Responsibility must be assigned to

specific person(s)

Legal & Other Requirements  Identify applicable safety, health & environmental regulations & standards  Develop
Legal & Other Requirements  Identify applicable safety, health & environmental regulations & standards  Develop
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“Do” - Implementation & Operation

“Do” - Implementation & Operation  Structure & responsibility  Training, awareness & Competence  Communication
  • Structure & responsibility

  • Training, awareness & Competence

  • Communication

  • Documentation

  • Document & data control

  • Operational control

  • Emergency preparedness & response

“Do” - Implementation & Operation  Structure & responsibility  Training, awareness & Competence  Communication
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Structure & Responsibility

Structure & Responsibility  The most senior person is ultimately responsible for safety performance  Effective
  • The most senior person is ultimately responsible for safety

performance

  • Effective safety program implementation requires:

    • Someone to coordinate overall implementation

    • Clear, documented roles & responsibilities

    • Access to sources of expert advise

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Structure & Responsibility  The most senior person is ultimately responsible for safety performance  Effective

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Operational Control

Operational Control  Each organization must identify those operations & activities that require control  Control
  • Each organization must identify those operations & activities

that require control

  • Control will be achieved through:

    • Safe work practices

    • Procedures

    • Work instructions

    • Work monitoring & control processes

    • Support systems

Operational Control  Each organization must identify those operations & activities that require control  Control
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Checking & Corrective Action

Checking & Corrective Action  Performance measuring & monitoring  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)  Managing
  • Performance measuring & monitoring

  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

  • Managing incidents & non-conformances

  • Management system audits

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Checking & Corrective Action  Performance measuring & monitoring  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)  Managing

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Management Review

  • Periodic review of safety program

Management Review  Periodic review of safety program  Reviews are conducted periodically based on several
  • Reviews are conducted periodically based on several factors

  • Outputs of the review inform improvements

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Management Review  Periodic review of safety program  Reviews are conducted periodically based on several

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Review

Review  Proactive safety management can help eliminate injuries  PDM is responsible for safety on
  • Proactive safety management can help eliminate injuries

  • PDM is responsible for safety on the project

  • Roles and responsibilities must be clearly defined

  • There must be accountability for compliance with Unilever Standards and Zero Tolerance Rules

  • Continuous improvement is achieved by operating within a PDCA framework

  • Periodic review of the safety program will help ensure effectiveness

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THIS CONCLUDES MODULE 1 Engineered to Win !

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Questions

Questions 1. How many Unilever Construction Safety Standards are there? 2. What can we do as
Questions 1. How many Unilever Construction Safety Standards are there? 2. What can we do as
  • 1. How many Unilever Construction Safety Standards are there?

  • 2. What can we do as project leaders to ensure that the project is executed in a safe manner?

  • 3. What are some of the benefits of operating within a governance framework?

  • 4. How can operating within a governance framework help ensure compliance with the Construction Safety

Standards?

  • 5. What are some examples of being active and visible in the field as a PDM?

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Definitions

Definitions Independent SHE audit An audit undertaken by someone from outside the specific organization being audited.

Independent SHE audit

An audit undertaken by someone from outside the specific

organization being audited. Alternatively, personnel who work

 

for the organization can undertake SHE audits, but in these circumstances the audits must then be verified by someone from outside that specific organization

Nonconformance

Any deviation from procedures, work instructions, specifications, operating criteria, applicable legislation or internal Unilever standards etc. that could either directly or

indirectly lead to a significant occupational health and safety

incident

Zero Tolerance Rules

Rules relevant to the risk profile of the company. Those situations where the violation of certain important safety

standards may actually endanger a person’s life, the life of

others or may result in endangering the business operation itself

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