MOGAS COGEN PROJECT

Project topics
LEADERSHIP & SAFETY CULTURE

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THE GRAND IIF™ MEETING

 

JGC and its client, the Singapore Refining Company (SRC), demonstrated its commitment to health and safety by promoting an "incident and injury" free workplace utilizing the Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) program of JGC's consultant at site.  

Both SRC and JGC have introduced the "Grand IIF™ Meeting" as a key leadership and safety culture tool at site, where top management of both organizations actively participated, including SRC COO and JGC Senior Director, as well as all Subcontractor Project Managers.   

 

The purpose of the Grand IIF™ Meeting was to discuss and share ideas on how to improve health & safety practices at site, identify areas that need improvement, and determine suitable effective improvement actions, involving all task crews in this activity.  

 

 

LOST TIME INJURY (LTI) FREE DAYS CALENDAR

  

 

The project has introduced the "LTI Free Calendar" at site where everyday without having a lost time injury (LTI) was counted and highlighted.  This calendar included the photo of a daily and randomly chosen project employee who shared a personal commitment to an incident and injury free workplace.  The calendar was published site-wide in various locations and was also sent to the individuals who shared their commitment. 

 

 

 

 

                   

 

 

THE "ACTION SLIP" INITIATIVE

 

The action slip initiative was a reward system to motivate all project employees to immediately address any deficiencies relevant to health and safety, quality, or preservation at site.  An observer of a deficiency, called "Action Initiator," was reporting the deficiency to the responsible person, called "Action Taker" by issuing an action slip to the action taker (Subcontractor), who was encouraged to close the action within a period of maximum 48 hours.  At the end of each month, the action initiator with the highest number of deficiencies reported and the action taker with the highest number of deficiencies closed were rewarded with shopping vouchers.    

 

  

 

SAFE WORKER RECOGNITION CARD

 

The Safe Worker Recognition Card was issued by JGC and its client to any worker who was observed performing his or her work safely.  The recognition card was issued during the various walkdowns and site inspections on a daily basis.  The recognition card consisted of two pieces with a serial number; one of the pieces was handed over to the safe worker and the other part was dropped into a raffle box and winners of exciting prizes were drawn on a monthly basis.