Operational Excellence Theatre

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Effective investigation implementation - case study: lessons shared
10:45 - 11:15
Operations Manager
Kelvin TOP-SET

Kelvin TOP-SET are world leaders in incident investigation and problem-solving methodology. In this talk, Nikki Curtis will discuss her experiences rolling out the TOP-SET Incident Investigation System across a major infrastructure company when she was Head of HSEQ.
Nikki will discuss planning, roll-out and lessons learned along the way, as well as challenges faced by organisations implementing a new methodology.
We will also be discussing the benefits gained by taking the time to plan, implement and successfully embed an incident investigation system into an organisation and the return on investment.

Machinery risk assessment at Bosch
11:30 - 12:00
HSE Area Manager

The aim here with this presentation is to give the participants important tips for working in align with the standards. The presentation will include extensive information about the automation applications that are in compliance with CE mark and safety standards, selecting-commissioning and testing the correct safety functions.

The samples of safety functions such as light curtain, two-hand button, safety door switches, emergency stop buttons based on 2006/42/EC Machinery Safety Directive and EN ISO 12100 Risk Assessment standards will also be presented.

In addition, good examples with Industry 4.0 approaches such as collaborative robots, forklift-human interaction over active RFID, working alone with active RFID, external company HSE management system and occupational safety in truck loading ramps will be explained.
It should not be forgotten that an effective safety measure is only possible with the correct application of the right idea.

Lean safety
12:05 - 12:35
Vice Chair
IOSH Construction

Focusing on lean safety and doing the right thing. challenging people to provide the right information to the right people at the right time

Even more from MORR’ sound?
12:40 - 13:10

‘Managing Organisational Road Risk’ has been helping organisations manage their financial and moral duty of care since its creation by Rospa, the new RoSPA road map of MORR now goes the next step to enable organisations of all sizes to access the benefits of MORR and to ensure compliance set at Board level is carried out at the shop floor, identify areas of weakness and offer realistic workable solutions including a flexible driver intervention matix to support ‘at risk’ personnel on the road

What do you think?
13:20 - 13:50
Training and Development Director
  • The physical effect of stress and how it affects our ability to think clearly.
  • How this cognitive dysfunction affects productivity, mistakes and incidents.
  • How we fix it.
Maintaining a strong safety culture in a challenging environment
14:00 - 14:30
Senior SHEQ Advisor
Dyer & Butler
  • Safety Leadership
  • Behavioural Culture
  • Your People
  • Celebrate!
Policy drives excellence
14:40 - 15:10
Occupational Health and Safety Policy Advisor
  • Who are the policymakers and how should they do it?
  • What the path to excellence look like?
  • How do you know when you’ve got there?