Culture of C.A.R.E to Prevent Serious and Fatal Incidents [41.24]
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2020
Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

   Warren Hubler, Vice President for Health, Safety and Environment, Helmerich & Payne International Drilling Co.

Track: Oil, Gas and Mining
Secondary Track: Construction
Session Type: Educational Session
Skill Level: Intermediate

Many safety and health professionals operate under the assumption that prevention of less severe injuries will lead to a corresponding reduction of serious and fatal incidents. That assumption is wrong! Serious and fatal injury reduction requires a culture of C.A.R.E. to control and remove exposures that are the precursors to severe incidents. Hear how to implement a new strategy for serious injury and fatality prevention.

Learning Objectives:
1. Recognize traditional safety measures and methods: declining total recordable incident rate, days without Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) injuries, no harm achieved through intense focus on minor injuries, and safety awards for OSHA-free achievements.
2. Define a new strategy for serious injury and fatality (SIF) prevention by developing a culture of C.A.R.E. to control and remove SIF exposures.
3. Identify the way we measure and achieve safety excellence regardless of industry type.

CEU Hours:  
  IACET: 0.1
  HRCI: 1
  RN: 1
  CDMS: 1
  BWC Discount Programs: 1

File & Handouts:
Culture of Care

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