The specific topics we will cover are our lab’s safety expectations, the updated tool to facilitate and document management safety discussions, connecting with lab staff about safety, and finally, the lessons learned and path forward after the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory event.
As part of this discussion we will cover a new safety-focused initiative being launched internally to help supervisors regularly connect with lab staff through conversations about working safely, called “Management Safety Discussions.” We are not reinventing the wheel – over 500 people at the lab have entered more than 18,000 safety conversations or issues in our current safety observation tool over the last 15 years. We listened to you about how we can make the tool better, coupled with reviewing our safety events, and evolved the tool into the management safety discussion tool and process. You’ll hear from Johnathon Huff, Bob May, Andrei Seryi and Stuart during this important event.
Here are the details:
What: Management Safety Discussion & SLAC Safety Event Review
When: Friday, Jan. 27 at 2 p.m.
Where: CEBAF Center Auditorium and via Zoom
Who: Supervisors of full-time JSA staff members
This hybrid meeting will be recorded to reference in the future. Currently this meeting is invitation-only for JSA supervisors.
For a brief overview, I invite you to visit our Management Safety Discussion webpage here. There you’ll find training materials, a list of frequently asked questions, a collection of messages on the topic from this point forward, and a direct link to the Management Safety Tool.