3 50pm Creating A Safety Culture At Prominent Hill

Information about 3 50pm Creating A Safety Culture At Prominent Hill

Published on January 18, 2008

Author: Regina1

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Slide3:  Client – Oxiana Location – 135km SE Coober Pedy Status – Greenfield, startup Slide5:  E N THE MINE Open Pit (final) 1.4km x 1.2km x 510m deep Copper/Gold Strip ratio 6.25:1 Slide7:  THE CONTRACT – 6 YEARS Mobilize September 2006 Start Mining 1st October Stage 1, Mining Infrastructure – Dec 2006 (completed) Stage 2, Ore to ROM – March 30 2008 (mine depth 100m) 40bcm in 18 months Slide8:  Mine Infrastructure - WORKSHOP Slide9:  THE EQUIPMENT Progressive Mobilization Key Components 3 x Liebherr 996 Exc 24 x CAT 793Ds A big difference!:  A big difference! Another big difference !:  Another big difference ! 100tonnes 135tonnes 225tonnes Slide12:  At the Start - THIESS OBSERVATIONS Mining culture not widespread in SA Few experienced open pit mining operators Support in SA for large scale open pit mining limited Slide13:  THIESS CONCLUSIONS ! Recruit 75% experienced operators Focus the recruiting of operators outside SA Import mining knowledge from outside SA Experienced management, supervisory team to be imported Proposed employment distribution at Prominent Hill Slide14:  RECRUITMENT REQUIREMENTS Overall Numbers – 150+ Staff Desire of Oxiana to maximise SA recruitment Oxiana sponsored trainees from Coober Pedy Required levels of experience Advertising National press - “Crow Eaters come home” State and regional press Slide15:  RECRUITMENT REQUIREMENTS High standards set from the start Candidates put through high level of scrutiny Reference checks Medical, including drug and alcohol Physio - full muscular skeletal Psychological Slide16:  RECRUITMENT OUTCOMES Poor response generally outside SA Huge interest in SA Successful candidates from SA - 89% Slide17:  RECRUITMENT OUTCOMES Wide regional spread in SA 9% Northern Region SA 33% Country SA 13% Coober Pedy 11% Non SA 34% Adelaide Slide18:  RECRUITMENT OUTCOMES Experienced or not? Only 23% judged to have required level of experience 39% Limited or nil Experience 38% Some Experience 23% Experienced Slide19:  PROMINENT HILL AT THE START Very large open pit Very large mining equipment Critical targets High level of inexperienced operators New management/supervisory team Slide20:  PROMINENT HILL AT THE START What was the impact of these factors on safety? Slide21:  WAS THIS A CRISIS? No of Recordable Injuries No of Staff on Site Slide22:  EARLY OBSERVATIONS Operators Level of experience was not as planned Level of information required to be absorbed by operators too much Training Industry standards Extent of “Greeny” levels Supervision gave mixed messages imported cultures an issue Morale & enthusiasm on site still high! Slide23:  EARLY OBSERVATIONS Poor understanding of and application to procedures People believed they were doing the right thing for the company – shortcuts ! Too much information too quickly Heaps of enthusiasm Realisation “Rome not built in a day” Slide24:  OUR CONCLUSIONS We needed to act immediately and Our ability to influence culture was at its highest Slide25:  THE NEED FOR “INTERVENTION” Belief that changing behaviour was crucial Focus people on the consequence of choice Ensure our systems became entrenched Take advantage of good morale Re focus our training Slide26:  ACTIONS AGREED Stronger, more measured application of training Procedural Hazards identification Mobilise senior safety professional Senior management led “Day of Action” Introduction of Training Simulator Slide27:  THE DAY OF ACTION What did we set out to do? Demonstrated that management cared Put a “line in the sand” Look at the implications of behaviour & choice Reinforced our ‘Safety Messages’ Safety is Everyone’s business Safety is not a choice – it is the way we do our business Everyone needs to demonstrate safety by their actions Slide28:  THE DAY OF ACTION The Process 1) We asked people to Look at what has happened so far on the project Tell us what they thought was good or bad on their work site Tell us what they thought could be improved Make personal commitments 2) Management made commitments Slide29:  DAY OF ACTION Messages Used humour Reality Slide30:  Training Simulator Slide31:  OUTCOMES SINCE “THE DAY OF ACTION” 120 identified actions – 95% closed out The strength of feedback Significantly less incidents - minor Productivity improved Slide32:  The benefit of Intervention ! Slide33:  FOLLOW UP – WHERE TO FROM NOW ? Another ‘Day of Action’ Simulator Continuing reinforcement of Procedures Management contacts to continue Up skill Supervisors - ‘Field Leadership Programme’ Captain and the Coach Programme Slide34:  “The Captain and the Coach” Slide35:  OVERALL CONCLUSIONS The time to influence a mine site culture is at the beginning Focus on behaviour Harness enthusiasm and committment Senior management intervention is powerful Commitment by employees is better achieved if feedback is continuous and issues raised closed out

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