December 2014 WEF Final

January 12, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Science, Health Science, Pediatrics
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Work Environment Forecast – Dec. 2014 There is a COLD WIND a coming… Larry Supina [email protected]

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Manager, Pantex Readiness Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC

Historical Injury Patterns - December Slips, Trips and Falls, that’s what December brings. It may be due to ice, uneven walk-ways, lack of attention, the persistent darkness, or just being in a hurry to get inside where it is warm. Eliminate the slips and we could almost eliminate all of December’s injuries.

HISTORICAL INJURY PATTERNS - December 2011 0

ABRASION

0 0 0 6 1

ALLERGIC BITE BURN CONTUSION FRACTURE

0

LACERATION

2 0 0 0 0 0

SPRAIN/STRAIN AVULSION IRRATATION DISLOCATION CONCUSSION OTHER

2012 1

3

2013 1

2 1

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HEAD

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EYE EAR NECK SHOULDER BACK

0 0 0 1 0

ARMS

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HAND TORSO THIGH KNEE LOWER LEG MULTIPLE

3 0 0 1 0 0

Historical Employee Leave Patterns - December 2011

Leave usage in the month of December is bi-polar, almost everyday is either above or below 20% control limits. Expect most of your staff to be available for the first three weeks, expect to be short-staffed after that.

Day of Week Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Total Hrs. Average 3YR. UCL @ 20% LCL @ 20%

Date Vacation 1 1264.00 2 1987.00 5 1967.00 6 1903.00 7 1078.00 8 1138.00 9 1346.00 12 1179.00 13 969.00 14 899.00 15 1177.00 16 1898.00 19 1908.00 20 3976.00 21 2314.00 22 3784.00 23 3124.00 26 27 28 10772.00 29 11087.00 30 8558.00 2 3 1657.00

Sick Leave Combined Date 1279.25 2543.25 29 1097.00 3084.00 30 1346.75 3313.75 3 1486.00 3389.00 4 1000.75 2078.75 5 1157.00 2295.00 6 788.50 2134.50 7 1260.75 2439.75 10 1286.00 2255.00 11 1260.50 2159.50 12 1243.00 2420.00 13 1011.50 2909.50 14 1236.50 3144.50 17 1448.75 5424.75 18 985.00 3299.00 19 949.50 4733.50 20 408.50 3532.50 21 0.00 24 0.00 25 751.75 11523.75 26 1063.00 12150.00 27 697.00 9255.00 28 0.00 31 973.25 2630.25 1

63985.00 22730.25 86715.25 2908.41 1033.19 3941.60

2012 Vacation Sick Leave Combined 1086.00 1430.75 2516.75 1559.00 1168.50 2727.50 1243.00 1451.25 2694.25 813.00 1421.00 2234.00 831.00 1220.00 2051.00 1051.00 1304.00 2355.00 1179.00 744.25 1923.25 1173.00 1545.25 2718.25 877.00 1329.50 2206.50 1035.00 1411.25 2446.25 947.00 1522.50 2469.50 1419.00 1197.50 2616.50 1438.00 1409.30 2847.30 1309.00 1231.00 2540.00 1361.00 1301.00 2662.00 2081.00 1108.75 3189.75 2073.00 587.98 2660.98 0.00 0.00 11641.00 786.50 12427.50 10105.00 1132.50 11237.50 7410.00 1007.75 8417.75 12470.00 943.25 13413.25 0.00 63101.00 25253.78 88354.78 2868.23 1147.90 4016.13

2013 Date 28 29 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 30 31

Vacation

1485.00 1062.00 816.00 1028.00 1267.00 822.00 764.00 730.00 911.00 1556.00 1010.00 759.00 924.00 1345.00 1173.00 5688.00 7696.00 10671.00 6882.00 5477.00 5966.00

Sick Leave Combined 0.00 0.00 999.46 2484.46 1442.25 2504.25 1340.50 2156.50 1400.75 2428.75 1041.25 2308.25 1507.75 2329.75 1347.25 2111.25 1368.10 2098.10 1328.25 2239.25 1297.25 2853.25 1339.45 2349.45 1242.75 2001.75 1264.25 2188.25 1266.15 2611.15 1073.75 2246.75 1174.50 6862.50 561.00 8257.00 0.00 834.00 11505.00 962.00 7844.00 1385.25 6862.25 1162.50 7128.50

58032.00 25338.41 83370.41 2637.82 1151.75 3789.56 2776.77 1110.95 3915.76 3332.12 1333.14 4698.92 2221.42

888.76

3132.61

Damaging winds (50+ MPH) and HardFreeze (24 degrees or less) and snow create equipment failures, alarms, and stressful work situations for employees.

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Co-Incidence Chart: December ‘11,‘12,‘13 Lightning

Personal Safety

Wind Gust

Weather Events

Equip. Failure

Fire Alarms

Process Stop

Other Alarms

Lift

Rad Alarms

Injury or Illness

Spills

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Property Damage

Vehicle Damage

OverFlights Total

Date/Day of Week

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

29 28 30 29 1 30 2 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 6 5 7 6 8 7 9 8 10 9 11 10 12 11 13 12 14 13 15 14

Th Fr Sa X Su Mo X Tu X We Th Fr Sa Su Mo Tu X We X Th X Fr X X

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44 22 22 30 26 24 R 31 38 21 FRTS 26 39 14 S 36 40 20 S 18 15 31 21 32 30 20 32 32 S 20 17 18 F S 24 31 23 F F S S 31 40 44 31 24 20 F 22 21 41 FR 43 32 25 25 26 32 RT 21 62 32

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17 14 21 41 36 34 21 20 26

29 28 22 25 55 X 20 23 16

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39 32 23 16 29 48 33 40

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UC 16 LC

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Position Change from Last Month

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Co-Incidence Chart: December ‘11,‘12,‘13 Plan on Lightning Warnings impacting: 2% of Day Shift

3.6% of Swing Shift 0% of Midnights 2% of Weekends

Thur Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue We Thur Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue

2011 2012 2013 1 2 3 1 4 2 1 5 3 2 6 4 3 7 5 4 8 6 5 9 7 6 10 8 7 11 9 8 12 10 9 13 11 10 14 12 11 15 13 12 16 14 13 17 15 14 18 16 15 19 17 16 20 18 17 21 19 18 22 20 19 23 21 20 24 22 21 25 23 22 26 24 23 27 25 24 28 26 25 29 27 26 30 28 27 31 29 28 1 30 29 2 31 30 3 1 31

M-F Mdnt Shift Lghtn Hrs

M-F Day Shift Lghtn Hrs

M-F Swing Shift Lghtn Hrs

0.53 1.15

0.11

0.66

3.06 6.06 0.16 1.76

4.83

1.16 5.03 2.13 7.03

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0.78 8.00

0.11 1.38

3.75

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2.25 2.15 0.76

December 2014 WEF - Summary Discussion – Winter is here, high winds, hard freezes, slick conditions, long nights, short days, snow and Christmas. Lot’s of distractions and increased opportunities for injuries, equipment failures, alarms and other impacts to work.

Things to Consider

Management Actions



 Check dampers, doors and

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Likely the area will see a significant snowfall before the Christmas Holidays. Early morning frost will make walkways slippery. Vacation use will highest at the end of the month.

auxiliary heating units to be sure they are set correctly to avoid freeze damage.  Ensure snow removal and ice melting equipment and supplies are available.  Keep your employees focused on safety as the conditions will be changing dramatically from one day to the next.

Past & Predicted Weather 2011 – High 73 Low 4 3” Snow 55 mph Wind Gust 2012 – High 78 Low 8 .54” Rain 62 mph Wind Gust 2013 – High 72 Low 3 2” Snow 48 mph Wind Gust 2014 – Below average temperatures and average to above average precipitation.

Presentation available at: https://sites.uad.pxplant.com/sixsigma/Home/WEF/SitePages/Home.aspx Or contact Larry Supina at 4806

Disclaimer This work of authorship and those incorporated herein were prepared by Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC (CNS) as accounts of work sponsored by an agency of the United States Government under contract DE-NA0001942. Neither the United States Government nor any agency thereof, nor CNS, nor any of their employees, makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, use made, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or any agency or contractor thereof, or by CNS. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government or any agency or contractor thereof, or by CNS.

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