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These products are predominantly used as hand-outs for trainees / delegates to draw attention to and sustain the client’s safety message & key principles in a fun and interactive manner.
They are branded and tailored to each client’s requirements.

 

The following are examples of some of the products available.
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SCnSP – Lessons from Cats

♦♦  SAFETY CULTURE   &   SAFETY PERFORMANCE  ♦♦

In this series, I share with you my thoughts on Why Safety Is An Issue For Most Companies and the Things We Must Address If We Want To Improve Our Safety Performance. The “Trust Factor” is one of those fundamental things.

Lessons from Cats

(Near Hit and Incident reporting)

graphic depicting cat - trust - expose soft belly

My wife and I love animals. We have two large dogs and five cats. It is my act of love to brush the cats every Saturday. Lula, the oldest one, is full of trust and flops onto her back, exposing her soft underbelly without any problem. Pippa, on the other hand, would never do this voluntarily and will only expose her underbelly in an all-claws-out fight!

So why do these cats behave so differently? The answer lies in one word – trust.

Lula was born on our bed, showered with care and love for the entire 16 years of her life. She has no hesitation to present herself in the most vulnerable position. Pippa, on the other hand, is one of our rescue children and grew up somewhere in the gutters of Benoni. She had to fend for herself, got ‘raped’ at six months of age and was left with a litter of kittens. Who knows what else has happened to her? Her deep-rooted mistrust throws her into sheer distress when I turn her onto her back to brush her belly.

The link to safety and, indeed, leadership.

Do your people trust you enough to expose their soft underbelly to you?

By that I mean:

  • Do they trust you enough so as to disclose all the near hits, incidents, cuts and bruises, breach of rules and procedures and mistakes, not only in terms of safety, but also in quality, costs, human relations, and …
  • You expect them to report these occurrences, but what have you done to earn their trust? Is your company culture a “Lula” experience with reliable care and love? Or is it a “Pippa” experience of wariness, where people get penalised for mistakes, feel they have to watch their backs and have learned to trust no one?

ACTION

  • Don’t brush this off as another sermon about the soft side of business. This is a fundamental issue. If you don’t really listen, respect, recognise, care and relate to your people, with integrity, you cannot expect them to expose their underbelly to you in full trust.
  • Analyse your emotional balance sheet – penalty vs praise. We are experts at holding up the red card and hardly ever show a green card – the pat on the back, a genuine thank you for doing the everyday things, for sticking to the rules, for ideas, for their commitment, for finishing the project, for …
  • Allow your subordinates to hold up the mirror to their / your leaders, without fear or favour.
    “The mirror we hold up to the person next to us is one of the most important pictures he / she will ever see.” — Seth Godin
    I am not a big fan of surveys, but an anonymous, simple survey might help you?

REFERENCE MATERIAL

“Trust and Respect” – from the book Life EduAction by Jürgen Tietz

“Care and Growth” approach by Etsko Schuitema

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GM – Road Safety – A Year-End “Take Safety Home” Message 2 – Let’s Save Lives

♦♦♦    Road Safety    ♦♦♦

Year-End Take Safety Home Message #2

The problem of texting whilst driving is of such concern to me that I simply must send a plea for driver mindfulness, not only for year-end, but for every day!

Let’s Save Lives

It’s a toss-up, nowadays, as to which is the more important message: “Don’t Drink & Drive” or “Don’t Text & Drive” or should we now say “Don’t Drink & Text & Drive” ?

But, since the former is virtually a cliché these days, my plea revolves around cell phone usage whilst driving (which even sober drivers are inclined to do).

graphic of vidclip snapshot with link to vidclip You may have already heard of or watched this documentary, “From One Second To The Next” by Werner Herzog. It’s about texting and driving. But if you haven’t seen it, it’s worth checking out. The documentary is well done and drives home in a personal way the pain and anguish texting and driving can cause.
graphic of vidclip snapshot with link to vidclip Mobile (cell phone) use is now the leading cause of death behind the wheel.

ACTION

Organise safety sessions to be held just before the majority of personnel take to the roads for their year-end break. Show them the video clips and hand out Road Safety Cookies to bring the message home.

RELATED MATERIAL

Road Safety – Year-End “Take Safety Home” Message
Manslaughter or murder?

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Road Safety Cookies

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Unusual (and tasty) handouts to bring the Road Safety message home to your personnel and their families. They are branded with road safety signs and the cookie inserts contain road safety messages. They can be customised to suit your needs. One idea is to make up a small parcel of Road Safety cookies for each employee to “Take Safety Home” for the holidays.Road Safety Cookies™ have been specifically branded with road safety signs and the cookie inserts are road safety messages.
There are many ways to use this COOL TOOL™.

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GM – Road Safety – Year-End “Take Safety Home” Message

♦♦♦    Road Safety    ♦♦♦

Year-End Take Safety Home Message

Those of you who have been following me for some time know how passionate I am about this topic. We kill nearly ten times more people on our roads each year than ALL industrial fatalities combined in all workplaces. Chances are that if you are going to lose someone over the holiday season, it will be on the roads. This is not only via vehicle accidents – pedestrian fatalities account for approximately 40% of road-related deaths.

graphic of ambulance with money

We are able to release last year’s crime statistics in the greatest of detail so the SAPS can plan and focus on the right hot spots. But, in spite of substantial funding, the Department of Transports Road Traffic Management Corporation is unable to provide road accident statistics, because they are “reengineering the Road Traffic information collection process”. In terms of road safety, we are effectively flying blind. I cannot give you the exact figure, but I can tell you that the cost of road accidents runs into billions – we could easily build and maintain our road infrastructure if we could halve our accidents.

We all know that we cannot improve something which we are not measuring and the latest road traffic data is from 2011! We can be as concerned as we like about the current situation, but we can only influence what is within our control. Therefore, let us influence our employees to become ACTIVE SAFE road users.

There are three things which kill people on the roads ( F S D )

The first is FATIGUE. If people are tired and take their eyes off the road, the likelihood of accidents shoots up dramatically. Thus encourage the habit of taking a break and getting enough sleep before a road trip.

SPEED is the second killer. Speed reduces the opportunity to react to any unforeseen event and stay in control!

DRINKING (Drugs) is the third killer. Alcohol has a disastrous effect on your reaction time as well as staying awake and alert.

ACTION

1. Draw up your plan for the year-end now! Involve your SHE Reps in that planning – empower them to play an ACTIVE role in implementing some of the ideas below, as well as coming up with their own suggestions.
2. Road Safety Cookie
  graphic of ambulance with money This is a small hand-out to engage ALL your employees in road safety and to remind them to take a safety attitude with them when going home for the holidays.
These Road Safety Cookies™ have been specifically branded with road safety signs and the cookie inserts are road safety messages.
There are many ways to use this COOL TOOL™.
  One idea is to put the name(s) of employees killed during the year in road accidents on the back of the cookie inserts eg. + IN MEMORY OF +
I will assist you with customisation to meet your specific needs.
More ideas
on how to use the Safety Cookies here.
3. Road Safety Toolbox Talks. I am offering this series of 6 CD’s at a special discount of R2,750. These CD’s are part of my COOL TOOL™ Toolbox Talks and cover the Road Safety Topics of Seat Belts, Attitude, Road Signs, Pedestrians and vehicles – download the overview.
3. Advanced Driving Safety Rules. Get your SHE Reps to hand out a leaflet, with advanced driving tips, to everyone leaving your premises when taking their year-end break.
If you need ideas for this, send me an email.
4. Look at activities you can sponsor at schools in your neighbourhood, for example driving lessons or driving simulators for schools.

RELATED MATERIAL

A Hong Kong movie theatre asks its patrons to leave their cell phones ON when they enter the movie house. Using that, Volkswagen made an eye opening advertisement.

Have you been tagged?
Caught at a road block
Taking your eye off the ball / road / task
Walking the circle of safety
Safety misconceptions – what we can learn from them
Manslaughter or murder?

REFERENCE MATERIAL

  • RTMC latest annual report is 2012- 2013. (If you look at Section 8, in particular the part which reviews the achievement of their strategic objective “improve collection of data” on page 56, you will find that they did not achieve KPI 32 = State of Road Safety Report. The financials are in Section 9 on page 71.)
  • Arrive Alive has no up to date info either – last report is 2011.

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D1STEM – Fix Those Leaks

♦ SERIES ♦    DO ONE SAFETY THING EACH MONTH    ♦ SERIES ♦

Ok, so this tip is not about changing a safety mind-set or raising safety awareness. This month I change focus slightly to ask you to spare a thought for our environment. On my mind is the often undetected, uncorrected and, dare I say it, often ignored, waste of one of our most precious resources.

THIS MONTH:    Fix Those Leaks

Some months ago, I was shocked when I received a municipal bill with a whopping charge for water usage. It was over 5 times my normal usage! That’s when I discovered that the water mains had sprung a leak. That sneaky little pin hole cost me over R6000!

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Every drop of water, every puff of steam, every whistle of compressed air, every spot of oil leaked, is directly damaging the environment because it is a waste of energy. Period. I’m sure I need not mention that, apart from the wasted energy, it is also a waste of money, cutting into profits.

For most large factories and mines, employing a leak inspector, whose sole remit is to locate leaks and have them fixed promptly, is worth every penny. Not only will doing so mean less waste of scarce water resources, but that person’s salary will be more than compensated for by savings on water bills.

ACTION

picture of drop of water for bullet pointThere are standard engineering tables available that can be used to calculate the volume of water lost via such leaks. Use them and convert the figures into money. Prepare to be astounded by the magnitude of the figure.

picture of drop of water for bullet pointEmploy a Leak Inspector and add this form of waste to your monthly management reporting.

picture of drop of water for bullet pointHave a regular leak detection and reporting “blitz” on your environmental calendar.

HAVE SOME FUN!

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LEAKY PIPES
Lots of bursting pipes which you have to hustle to patch. It’s fast-paced. It’s addictive. Download the game to get in on the leak-fixing action.
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D1STEM – Ban This Spaghetti

♦ SERIES ♦    DO ONE SAFETY THING EACH MONTH    ♦ SERIES ♦

If you do just one thing a month to change the safety mind-set, in one year you will have done 12 things to raise safety awareness. This month I share with you a Safety Tip from the Plant & Machinery category of my Knock-Out Safety Tips!™.

THIS MONTH:    Ban This Spaghetti

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Plugs and extension cables are one aspect of electricity which is being treated with too much disdain.

“Cable spaghetti” refers to the tangling of cables resulting from poor cable management in homes and the workplace. Often, this will result in damage to the cables and/or the plugs and/or the sockets. Adding fuel to the fire, cable management in offices and the home is virtually non-existent, and overloading of power points is rife.

Inspect plug points and wall sockets in your plants as well as in the offices. Look behind and under desks and cupboards. Check the condition, location and accessibility of the plugs and wires. Pay attention to how close to water they are!

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D1STEM – Fire, Fire, Fire ….

♦ SERIES ♦    DO ONE SAFETY THING EACH MONTH    ♦ SERIES ♦

If you do just one thing a month to change the safety mind-set, in one year you will have done 12 things to raise safety awareness. Every month you will receive one such SAFETY TIP.

Fire, Fire, Fire …
Number 1 Incident At Home

“ FIRE, FIRE, JÜRGEN HEEEELP, FIRE! ”

This was the bone chilling distress cry I heard from the bedroom. Weeks later, every time I go into the bedroom, I still smell burnt plastic, which impregnated the curtains and left a layer of fine black soot everywhere. It still sends shivers down my spine.

We were watching TV in the bedroom when I smelt something burning, but I ignored it. There was a brief flicker on the screen and then everything went back to normal and I assumed it ‘came right by itself’. The TV screen went black and the smell got worse. I unplugged the TV. Assuming that all is safe now, I headed for the kitchen to make a cup of tea, only to run back to the bedroom in top gear when I heard my wife Heidi screaming for HELP! There were flames behind the TV.

picture depicting a woman using a fire extinguisher to put out a fire

In a state of panic I heaved the TV off the shelf and onto the bed, not thinking of the consequences this could have. Within seconds, Heidi was back in the bedroom, having fetched the fire extinguisher from the kitchen, but by that time I had managed to smother the flames with a wet bathroom towel. Our cat, Lula, had bolted from the bed, without ‘packing her suitcase’, not to be seen until the next day!

Fire is one of those things which has two sides to it.

On the one side we have the ‘friendly’ fire, which invites us to come and sit closer and enjoy the warmth of its crackling energy. We also use this fire in a controlled manner to cook our meals, produce steam to generate electric power and drive most of our chemical processes. We have learnt to harness the risk of such a fire getting out of control and thus feel complacent and safe with fire.

The second kind of fire is the ‘hostile’ fire, the one which is out of our control. It is the number one killer in homes. These fires sow fear and panic and lead to death and destruction. In spite of this, a distinct ‘It won’t happen to me’ mind-set is apparent when we watch news reports about yet another shattering squatter camp inferno.

You might say that my wife and I were lucky, that this was a near miss. I see it as a near hit with important lessons – lessons which are clear and begged me to take action:

  • I ignored the warning signs. At the first smell of something burning, I should have switched off the TV and isolated the power, instead of assuming it had ‘come right’.
  • Even though Heidi had the presence of mind and knew where the fire extinguishers are kept, she later told me she had no idea how to use a fire extinguisher. I had never trained her, nor, for that matter, Nomveliso and Dowelani, who help in and around the house.
  • I did not make sure everyone in our home knows where to find the emergency numbers in case of fire or having to call an ambulance.

In another incident, which took place two weeks later, we were awoken early one morning by the frantic ringing of our door bell. It was our neighbour, Emanuel, pleading for HELP. The gas heater in his room had burst into flames! This time I was more composed and rushed over to his house with the fire extinguisher and put out the flames.

I don’t know what the warning signs were in this case, but the cause was clear. The rubber pipe, which connects to the gas bottle, was corroded and had sprung a leak. Emanuel was ill prepared to deal with the situation and there was no fire extinguisher in the house.

ACTION

  • Use these as examples of what you want your employees to bring to toolbox talks when you ask them for incidents which happened off site.
  • Put together a safety brief urging your employees to inspect the cables and fittings of their electrical appliances as well as the pipes of their gas appliances, especially heaters.
  • Supply each employee with a fire extinguisher to take home, or at least arrange a deal where employees can purchase fire extinguishers through your company at discounted / cost prices.
  • Issue each employee with a simple emergency procedure which they can practice at home with their families and staff. This should include a vinyl sticker for emergency numbers.
  • Hold a family firefighting day at your company premises to give employees and the families an opportunity to practice firefighting.

Today is …

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“ If the earth were only a few feet in diameter …
and floating a few feet above a field somewhere, people would come from everywhere to marvel at it. People would walk around it, marveling at its big pools of water, its little pools and the water flowing between the pools. People would marvel at the bumps on it, and the holes in it, and they would marvel at the thin layer of gas surrounding it and the water suspended in the gas. The people would marvel at all the creatures walking around on the surface of the ball, and at the creatures in the water. The people would declare it precious because it was the only one, and they would protect it so that it would not be hurt. The ball would be the greatest wonder known, and people would come to behold it, to be healed, to gain knowledge, to know beauty and to wonder how it could be. People would love it, and defend it with their lives because they would somehow know that their lives, their own roundness, could be nothing without it
If the Earth were only a few feet in diameter. ”
~ Joe Miller ~

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SCnSP – Vote for Safety

♦♦♦   SAFETY CULTURE   &   SAFETY PERFORMANCE   ♦♦♦

In this series, I share with you my thoughts on Why Safety Is An Issue For Most Companies. One of the Things We Must Address If We Want To Improve Our Safety Performance is to get employees to fully commit to safety because they know they are empowered to make a difference when it comes to safety in the workplace. COOL TOOL™ Vote For Safety™ is a most effective process to achieve just this.

COOL TOOL™ Vote For Safety™

A Process of Engaging All Your Employees

Now is the right time to ride on the wave of election fever. Political parties of all shapes and sizes were abuzz trying to woo voters. The streets are still plastered with papers, posters and promises; flags, banners and T-shirts could be seen everywhere; campaigns, rallies and toyi-toyi were the order of the day; manifestos, interviews and empty rhetoric in the media. More than enough.

However, there is a positive spin-off for us safety practitioners. We can use this political model and the energy created and channel that into safety.

Why do we vote?

Each one of us believes it is our right and civil duty to contribute to who and how the country is run. Most of us trust our vote will make a difference. This is the springboard for safety. Employees must be empowered (and know they are empowered) to make a difference in safety. The best way to empower people is to give them Einspruchsrecht – the right to partake in decisions which affect them, especially in safety.

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picture of Cool Tool Vote for Safety with people at the ballot boxes

The COOL TOOL™ Vote For Safety™ is a most effective process to achieve just this.

We don’t have to train people how to vote. The IEC has done that for us already. We can engage everyone, from the shopfloor to the boardroom. People know that each vote carries the same weight, whether it is the CEO’s or the janitor’s.

Voting is the ultimate way of hearing the people’s voice. The cherry on the top is that, through voting, we can get commitment to safety“We voted for this!”

Using Vote For Safety™, we empower the SHE Reps to become active safety employees. The outcome of the voting lays a powerful foundation to develop a set of non-negotiables and / or for input into a safety improvement program / strategy.

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  • Go to the S.H.E. ATM to watch the COOL TOOL™ Vote For Safety™ video clip and get more information. See what participants have to say about it while you’re there.
  • Brief the management about the concept of Vote For Safety™ and ensure their buy-in. This includes the need for them to take this effort seriously, for absolute transparency and their unconditional acceptance of the results of the voting.
  • Set an election date and ensure that people are given time to go and vote on that day.
  • Brief all employees about Vote For Safety™ – what is the purpose and management’s commitment to the process – WHY, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHO and HOW.
  • Appoint a champion / owner who must assemble a team of election officials, observers, etc. and thus drive the process. This is best done by empowering the SHE Reps to elect the “Chief Safety Election Officer” and “Safety Election Officials”. The safety officers should take up the “Safety Election Observer / Advisor” role.
  • The ballot paper is critical to the voting process. Agree on the outcome of the voting process and how to structure the ballot paper.

    Contact me to help you** facilitate Vote For Safety™ and empower the “Chief Safety Election Officer” (She Rep) to present the ballot paper to management for sign off.

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D1STEM – Stop Hiding

♦ SERIES ♦    DO ONE SAFETY THING EACH MONTH    ♦ SERIES ♦

If you do just one thing a month to change the safety mind-set, in one year you will have done 12 things to raise safety awareness. Every month you will receive one such SAFETY TIP.

THIS MONTH:    STOP HIDING
Start Listening To and Serving Your Employees

As leaders we should stop hiding:

picture depicting Stop hiding behind the excuse of no time

  • Behind our desks with the numbers, spreadsheets, graphs and reports
  • In meetings and the board room
  • Behind excuses(1) and blaming
  • In fancy cars and smart suits
  • Behind titles and positions on an organogram
  • Behind the Number 1 reason – I don’t have time

Invest time to make time in the long run.

The best advice I can give you comes from my book Life EduAction(1):

“When you no longer push the buttons or use the tools,
you should become a servant to those who do!”

— Jürgen Tietz

and

“I walk around and see my people, because just to walk around and dare to be strong, dare to give, is much more valuable than any decision I could make or any report I could read.
What I give away is mental health to the organization.
The most unproductive time we have is when we sit at our desks, because the only thing we do is read history:
what has already happened, what we cannot do anything about.
When we leave our offices and start to walk around and talk to people, that’s when we make things happen.
You give your thoughts; you get thoughts back;
you draw conclusions; perhaps you even make decisions.”

— Jan Carlzon, CEO of SAS

Manage On Your Feet and Not On Your Seat

People need to see you and be able to interact with you, there where the rubber hits the road.

Schedule a routine where you set aside at least 5 hours a week to “Walk Your Talk”(1) and ask and listen to hear what your people are saying – then put that into action. This is over and above formal audits.

RELATED READING

(1)    From Life EduAction by Jürgen Tietz :

        – “Kill the In Tray” and the Excuse List
        – Richard Macheve’s “Spiral Chiller”
        – “Walk Smarter, not Harder”

(2)    Through the Eyes of the People

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D1STEM – Your Safety Monument

♦ SERIES ♦    DO ONE SAFETY THING EACH MONTH    ♦ SERIES ♦

If you do just one thing a month to change the safety mind-set, in one year you will have done 12 things to raise safety awareness. Every month you will receive one such SAFETY TIP.

THIS MONTH:    YOUR SAFETY MONUMENT

Safety is an ongoing journey, along stepping stones, towards your goal. A safety monument is a practical and visual way to get the message across that every person’s involvement is important and required in order to achieve that goal.

It can be a wall, or a path, as long as the stones remain visible.

Stepping stones to safety

I favour a “pathway of stepping stones”, taking you towards your goal. And whether a path or a wall or some other monument is used, what is KEY is the concept of involving all employees by getting them to bring one stone from home to add their bit to SAFETY at their place of work. They can even write their names on their stone.

To make it a living monument, this could become part of the new employee safety induction, where each new employee brings a stone to add to the path or wall.

This could be taken even further by involving the Safety Reps in shaping and owning this process and keeping it alive – give them Einspruchsrecht[1].

[1]   Einspruchsrecht = inspraaksreg = the right to partake in a decision.

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Isibopho whistle and green card - safety - recognition

… goes out to Francois Du Toit of Sasol Polymers for the idea of building a safety monument out of stones.
… and also to Trevor Naicker and Gert Kriel who built on the idea and came up with the concept of making it a wall or a pathway, so that the stones remain visible and a person can point to “his” / “her” stone.

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