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Safety Gap Analysis

The EnPro Learning System Safety Gap Analysis is a three stage process. EnPro’s Safety Coaches will compare your current practices, procedures and culture to the Safety System That Works. This comprehensive analysis of your facility will allow EnPro Learning System’s team of Safety Coaches to make recommendations for improvement. Analysis requires an on-site review of current documents and tools, process for communication, and time and effort to implement a working safety system. The Safety Gap Analysis is designed not only as a gap analysis, but also as a training event.

STAGE 1

PREPARTION

  • Overview of the ELS Safety System That Works including Safety Leadership Progression, Safety Playbook, and best practices standards.
  • Preparation for an on-site document review with a detailed information request; this consists of a list of documents and tools that we will want to review and discuss, as well as key personnel that we need to interview.
  • Safety MyVoice: a safety culture development module.
  • Employee perception survey distribution.
     

STAGE 2

EXECUTION

  • Document review of all safety related procedures and policies.
  • Interview of all employees who suffered medical treatment and first-aid cases for the last five years.
  • Safety Leadership Interviews of all management team members.
  • Review Safety training tools and programs.
  • A thorough tour to observer operations and review processes.
  • Interviews of key personnel.
     

STAGE 3

DELIVERABLES

  • An Assessment Report identifying strengths, weakness, gaps, and opportunities for improvement, along with recommendations for improvement actions. Results will be used to map your existing system into the Safety System That Works, and identify elements that are good as is, those that need improvement and those that are missing.
  • A plan and schedule of recommend steps for the design and implementation of a Safety System That Works. This plan and schedule will address:
  • Priorities and sequence of design and implementation.
  • Proposed overall projects schedule
  • Process for communication
  • Project tools
  • Estimated of implementation time and cost

The EnPro Learning System Safety Gap Analysis is a three stage process. EnPro’s Safety Coaches will compare your current practices, procedures and culture to the Safety System That Works. This comprehensive analysis of your facility will allow EnPro Learning System’s team of Safety Coaches to make recommendations for improvement. Analysis requires an on-site review of current documents and tools, process for communication, and time and effort to implement a working safety system. The Safety Gap Analysis is designed not only as a gap analysis, but also as a training event.

STAGE 1

PREPARTION

  • Overview of the ELS Safety System That Works including Safety Leadership Progression, Safety Playbook, and best practices standards.
  • Preparation for an on-site document review with a detailed information request; this consists of a list of documents and tools that we will want to review and discuss, as well as key personnel that we need to interview.
  • Safety MyVoice: a safety culture development module.
  • Employee perception survey distribution.
     

STAGE 2

EXECUTION

  • Document review of all safety related procedures and policies.
  • Interview of all employees who suffered medical treatment and first-aid cases for the last five years.
  • Safety Leadership Interviews of all management team members.
  • Review Safety training tools and programs.
  • A thorough tour to observer operations and review processes.
  • Interviews of key personnel.
     

STAGE 3

DELIVERABLES

  • An Assessment Report identifying strengths, weakness, gaps, and opportunities for improvement, along with recommendations for improvement actions. Results will be used to map your existing system into the Safety System That Works, and identify elements that are good as is, those that need improvement and those that are missing.
  • A plan and schedule of recommend steps for the design and implementation of a Safety System That Works. This plan and schedule will address:
  • Priorities and sequence of design and implementation.
  • Proposed overall projects schedule
  • Process for communication
  • Project tools
  • Estimated of implementation time and cost

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