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March Safety Topic

    

SAPP Initiatives

At the beginning of 2018, the HSE department released an enhanced version of the Shamrock Accident Prevention Process (SAPP) card to include new categories and sub-categories. The purpose of this change was to better collect and trend data from observations submitted throughout our operations to ultimately create a safer working environment for everyone.

 

The number of observations we have collected since the implementation of the updated SAPP card has decreased drastically. We need every employees’ participation and commitment to completing a minimum of one (1) SAPP card per month. This is an easy goal for everyone to meet and a requirement as per the Annual Performance Bonus Program policy. The number of observations we receive is essential for our company because it allow us to collect and trend the data necessary to provide continuous improvement in the behavioral safety process.

 

The number of observations we have collected since the implementation of the updated SAPP card has decreased drastically. We need every employees’ participation and commitment to completing a minimum of one (1) SAPP card per month. This is an easy goal for everyone to meet and a requirement as per the Annual Performance Bonus Program policy. The number of observations we receive is essential for our company because it allow us to collect and trend the data necessary to provide continuous improvement in the behavioral safety process.

 

Another initiative we plan to promote starting next quarter is the publication of the top three (3) SAPP cards submitted during the previous quarter in our company newsletter, The Rock Report. We want to not only recognize, but also share the top-quality observations to further increase behavioral awareness and motivate worker adherence to our safety performance standards. The three (3) employees who submit the top-quality cards each quarter will receive a $50 gift card. Be on the lookout for these quality observations in the next newsletter expected to be released in April 2018.

 

Incident Reporting Reminder

Although employees do a great job by immediately reporting incidents to their respective client as required, a few cases as of late revealed that we did not finish the process in full circle by reporting the incident to Shamrock management. If an incident is reported to a respective client, we must also be notified. As per policy, employees must immediately report all on-the-job incidents that occur to their Manager or a representative of the HSE department within Shamrock Energy Solutions. We must document and have record of the event as well. This is also important if the incident involves an injury or illness and requires treatment.

 

REMEMBER, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT AND RESPONSIBILITY TO STOP WORK THAT IS UNSAFE!