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AwarenessAwareness ofof Health,Health, SafetySafety && EnvironmentEnvironment PPreparereparedd ByBy::
AwarenessAwareness ofof
Health,Health, SafetySafety && EnvironmentEnvironment
PPreparereparedd ByBy::
AshrafAshraf S.S. Youssef,Youssef, Ph.Ph. D.D.
QAQA && CommunicationsCommunications ManagerManager
S.M.S.M. ASQ,ASQ, L.A.L.A. BSI,BSI, M.M. ELI,ELI, M.M. EMSEMS
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Training Approach • Focus on Basics • Interactive • Case Studies • Videos • Have
Training Approach
• Focus on Basics
• Interactive
• Case Studies
• Videos
• Have Fun !
WhatWhat DoDo UU Think?Think? • HSE are important components of EEIC’s management system • HSE
WhatWhat DoDo UU Think?Think?
• HSE are important components of
EEIC’s management system
• HSE is part of my job
• I care about HSE
• HSE will make a difference in EEIC

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EEICEEIC HSEHSE PROGRAMPROGRAM MajorMajor ComponentsComponents • HSE Policy • HSE Program • Accident/Incident
EEICEEIC HSEHSE PROGRAMPROGRAM MajorMajor ComponentsComponents
• HSE Policy
• HSE Program
• Accident/Incident Investigation
HSEHSE ProgramProgram ImplImplementationementation ProcessProcess For achieving goals and continually improving PlanPlan
HSEHSE ProgramProgram ImplImplementationementation ProcessProcess
For achieving goals and continually improving
PlanPlan
ImplementImplement
AdjustAdjust
MeasureMeasure
KeyKey DefinitionsDefinitions ((11//22)) Loss Human Injury or illness, production downtime or equipment damage, and/or
KeyKey DefinitionsDefinitions ((11//22))
Loss
Human Injury or illness, production downtime
or equipment damage, and/or harm to the
environment
Accident
Undesired events that result in loss
Hazard
An act or condition which is a potential source
for accident
HazardHazard
AccidentAccident
Loss

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KeyKey DefinitionsDefinitions ((22//22)) Risk The chance that the loss will be realized Risk Assessment Evaluate
KeyKey DefinitionsDefinitions ((22//22))
Risk
The chance that the loss will be realized
Risk
Assessment
Evaluate (qualitative or quantitative) the
degree of risk associated with a hazard
Risk
Management
Management strategies to eliminate or
reduce risk
RiskRisk AssessmentAssessment ExampleExample  Assess the Annual Risk of oil leaks given the following last
RiskRisk AssessmentAssessment ExampleExample
 Assess the Annual Risk of oil leaks
given the following last year data:
5,000 + 10,000 +
+ 10,000
Severity =
Leak Events
Loss (SAR)
10
1 5,000
= 9,500 SAR/Event
2 10,000
Likelihood = 10 Events/Year
3 15,000
4 10,000
Annual Risk = 95,000 SAR/Year
5 5,000
6 10,000
7 5,000
8 10,000
9 15,000
10 10,000
DominoDomino TheoryTheory HAZARDS Social Undesirable Environment UnsafeUnsafe ActsActs Traits OrOr
DominoDomino TheoryTheory
HAZARDS
Social
Undesirable
Environment
UnsafeUnsafe ActsActs
Traits
OrOr ConditionsConditions
Accident
Loss

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ProactiveProactive versusversus ReactiveReactive Analysis of Accident Hazards or Near Misses Preventive Investigation
ProactiveProactive versusversus ReactiveReactive
Analysis of
Accident
Hazards or Near Misses
Preventive
Investigation
Programs
Analysis
Accidents
Preventive
Action
HazardHazard versusversus ControlControl • Hazard evaluation Risk Assessment  Severity level X Occurrence
HazardHazard versusversus ControlControl
• Hazard evaluation
Risk
Assessment
 Severity level X Occurrence
likelihood
Versus
• Control
(countermeasures) options
Risk
 Design to eliminate/ reduce
Management
 Add safety devices
 Add warning devices
 Add administrative measures
(procedures, training)
HazardHazard EvaluationEvaluation High Low High Severity Low Likelihood
HazardHazard EvaluationEvaluation
High
Low
High
Severity
Low
Likelihood

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HazardHazard ClassificationClassification  Class A Hazard  A condition or practice likely to cause permanent
HazardHazard ClassificationClassification
 Class A Hazard
 A condition or practice likely to cause permanent disability, loss of
life or body part and/or extensive loss of structure, equipment or
material. E.g. a barrier guard missing from a rotating shaft.
 Class B Hazard
 A condition or practice likely to cause serious injury or illness,
resulting in temporary disability or disruptive property damage.
E.g. a broken tread near the top of a stairway.
 Class C Hazard
 A condition or practice likely to cause minor injury or illness, or
non-disruptive property damage. E.g. untidy worksite.
How Does Accident Happen? HazardousHazardous SourceSource BadBad BehaviorBehavior
How Does Accident Happen?
HazardousHazardous
SourceSource
BadBad
BehaviorBehavior
Behavior is the most important Element • Behaviors are Observable 80-90% accidents caused by behaviors
Behavior is the most important Element
• Behaviors are Observable
80-90% accidents caused by behaviors in a labor
intensive environment.
• Behaviors are Measurable
Performance Mgt: What gets measured gets done
Safety Plan, Policies, Procedures, Programs,
Hierarchy of Controls to include Engineering,
Enforcement, etc.
Gas_pump.wmv

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CaseCase StudiesStudies
CaseCase StudiesStudies
VICTIM
VICTIM
CaseCase StudiesStudies VICTIM July 11 6

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RMU Accident 1 –Accident Description: One technician is working on the Ringmaster. He is joining
RMU Accident 1 –Accident Description: One technician is working on the Ringmaster. He is joining
RMU Accident 1 –Accident Description: One technician is working on the Ringmaster. He is joining
RMU Accident
1 –Accident Description:
One technician is working on the Ringmaster. He is joining the cable box to busbar box
which is attached to RMR unit. While he is tighten the bolt inside , the cable box ; the
wrench slipped and cause the RMR unit to move. The technician was able to go out the
box and try to stop the unit from failing down. RMR fall down and cause a dominoes
effect on the other five units.

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Accident Report (Switch Gear) 2 –Supported pictures:
Accident Report (Switch Gear)
2 –Supported pictures:
EEIC Evacuation Plan
EEIC Evacuation Plan
Group Activity The Group Activity rules Form a group of four members Each group shall
Group Activity
The Group Activity rules
Form a group of four members
Each group shall assign a leader
Each group shall not audit his area

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Group Activity Assembly Line 1 & 2 No lights in the backside of line 1
Group Activity
Assembly Line 1 & 2
No lights in the backside of line 1
Assembly Line 1 & 2
Undetermined Chemical smell.
Not enough ventilation
Not proper use of the extension wires & Hose
The Electrical Cables is not cover properly.
Not proper place for fabrication.
Not proper arrangement for skids
Group Activity MotorPact Area Fire hose is blocked by material Fire extinguisher is not properly
Group Activity
MotorPact Area
Fire hose is blocked by material
Fire extinguisher is not properly fix.
Glass of emergency light is broken.
Electrical outlet is closed by material
Painting Area
The temperature is high
It is not proper cleaned.
Painting cans are open
Heavy weights are in high place.
Unsafe allocation for LPG gas blower
No fire extinguisher inside the painting room
There was a problem with exhausting fan.
No warning sign on the racks.
Group Activity Workstations The material put it in the wrong place. The hardware & lugs
Group Activity
Workstations
The material put it in the wrong place.
The hardware & lugs are mixed.
The racks are not arranged properly.
No adjustable chairs for Workstations.
Difficulty to find the relevant stand for the product.
CWB door is not store properly.
Electrical pipe is not fixed properly.
Floor leveling
Warehouse Area
Chemical and liquid materials are placed beside the panel boards.
Chemical 7 Gasoline are kept in the warehouse.
Many halls in the walls and the roof.
Electrical cables are not covered.
No warning sign @ Control panels.
The Din rails is stored in a vertical way.

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Group Activity Shipping Area Leveling of the floor Temperature is high They use the area
Group Activity
Shipping Area
Leveling of the floor
Temperature is high
They use the area for welding.
They use this area as a store for some materials.
The tag area is not fixed properly
Fabrication Area
The gas cylinder in located in unsafe area
The CNC Safety barricade is defeated.
Scrap box is over filled
Sharp scrap metals on the floor.
Missing safety guard for the grinding machine
Steel beams is allocated on pass way
Vise is fixed on the chair.
safety guard for the grinding machine Steel beams is allocated on pass way Vise is fixed

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