Down Under Construction Inspectors Increase Safety Visits

WorkSafe Victoria construction inspectors are staging a blitz of domestic housing sites in Melbourne’s west, according to a WorkSafe report.

 
 
It is the first of a series of statewide campaign visits targeting basic safety issues, the acting Director of WorkSafe’s Construction and Utilities Division, Allan Beacom, said.
 
 
What we find is that employers and tradespeople consistently fail to properly address the basic safety issues like fall protection, electrical safety, housekeeping, site security and supervision,” he said.
 
 
At this time of the year there is an extraordinary amount of work which has to be completed to meet contractual requirements. In such a busy environment the already-existing risks can be magnified. During our visits, inspectors will be issuing safety improvement and prohibition notices and if they’re not dealt with, the risk of prosecution, whether or not someone is hurt, is high.”
 
 
There were 425 claims in the domestic construction sector last financial year with treatment and rehabilitation costs exceeding/ nearly $5.5 million. The absence of fall protection on a domestic housing site is a feature of WorkSafe’s current enforcement campaign showing workers on the roof of a house.
 
 
Safety issues have been raised, but there’s reluctance to deal with them because it’s a ‘two-minute job’. It’s then that the WorkSafe inspector drives up,” Beacom continued. “Apart from the need for rails, a lot of time will be lost and it’s likely he’d find other issues. Doing the job right, the first time, is in your interests.
 
 
The good news is that businesses and individuals can make a difference by taking a few simple measures and although Victoria is Australia’s safest state with a record low number of work-related injuries, a lot more can be done.” (WCxKit)
 
 
Other metropolitan and regional areas will be targeted in coming months.
 
 
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Small but Mighty New Zealand Taking Occupational Injuries Seriously

New Zealand Employer Fined after Serious Injuries to Workers
 
Two companies  from Taranaki, New Zealand  have been fined a total of $71,500 after an employee suffered serious injuries when the hired machine he was operating rolled down a slope, pinning him underneath.
 

According to details
from the Department of Labour, Taranaki Civil Construction Limited was fined $38,500 and ordered to pay $12,000 in reparation to its employee who suffered a compound fracture to his right arm and lacerations to his scalp and neck. (WCxKit)  Graham Harris (2000) Limited , the company that hired out the roller, was fined $33,000 and ordered to pay $4,000 in reparation for failing to ensure the roller was safe to use.
 

The New Plymouth
 District Court  heard that the company was working on a project in New Plymouth to improve flood defenses in February this year.  The employee was using a roller to compact clay at the top of the stop bank.
 

The roller that the company hired was not fit for the operation as it did not have a roll over protective structure or a seat belt,” says the Department of Labour’s Taranaki Service Manager Jo Pugh.
 “This type of machinery is not appropriate to use on top of a narrow stop bank of clay and it put this employee at serious risk of harm,” says Pugh.  
 

 
This accident could have been prevented had some basic safety steps been followed, saving this employee from a number of operations that were required due to his injuries.”

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Interest-free Deferred Payment Plan Available in Canada

The Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission (the Commission) for New Foundland/Labrador recently announced it is introducing an enhanced deferred payment plan which will allow all employers to spread payments throughout the year, interest-free.  

 

According to a report from WHSCC, starting in 2012, all eligible employers will be able to spread equal payments more conveniently over the calendar year. The period from January to March is payment free for new assessment bills. For the remaining nine months employers may set up equal payment plans using pre-authorized debit. Employers can choose their assessment payment interval as weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly or quarterly. (WCxKit)
 
 

The expansion and improved flexibility of the interest-free payment plan, is good for business and good for the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador,” said Paul Davis, minister of Service NL, and minister responsible for the Commission. “The improved plan will be of particular benefit for sectors with seasonal variations in cash flow, such as construction, fishing, logging and tourism, and now will offer the interest relief for all employers regardless of size.”

 

Commission Chief Executive Officer Leslie Galway added the enhanced plan is one of many improvements in client service offered by the Commission. “We are concentrating on improving service delivery in all areas of workplace health, safety and compensation,” said Galway. “Employers have been asking for greater flexibility and we are pleased to be able to provide it.”

 

The Newfoundland and Labrador Employers’ Council (NLEC) and the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) support the enhanced deferred payment plan. (WCxKit)
 

The enhancement of the interest-free deferred payment plan shows recognition by the Commission of the financial impact that workers’ compensation employer insurance premiums have on employers in this province. Any steps they take to minimize this impact are well received by our organization.” remarked NLEC Executive Director, Richard Alexander.

 

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Saskatoon Judge: Seatbelts Can Be a Hazard

For workers who spend the days behind the wheel, it would make sense to assume that the thin strip of nylon or polyester that keeps them pinned to their seats in case of a collision is there to keep them safe from harm.

 
But a Saskatoon Court of Queen's Bench judge recently ruled that buckling up may actually be more dangerous for bus drivers, according to a report from the Canadian OH&S News. In an Oct. 20 decision, Justice Grant Currie overturned Saskatoon bus driver Dean Christianson's traffic court conviction for failing to wear his seatbelt. (WCxKit)
 
"His experiences, and those of others that had come to his attention in the course of working in his industry, gave him reason to believe that his safety may be compromised by wearing a seatbelt," Justice Currie wrote. Christianson believed that if passengers on the bus assaulted him, being buckled in would make him less able to defend himself.

 

In his initial traffic safety court trial, Christianson called violence against transit operators a "growing, nationwide epidemic," noting that he been threatened by three people riding on the bus at the time he was pulled over.

 

"As someone who has been spit on, I discovered that you do not know who is going to grab your steering wheel while you're driving or sucker punch you, or stab you, or spit on you. You have no idea who it's coming from," he said. "Some of the drivers have been sucker punched while they are driving and took repetitive blows while trying to get their seatbelt off so they can defend themselves."

 

Under Saskatchewan's Traffic Safety Act, a bus driver is not required to wear a seatbelt if they have reason to feel it may put them at risk of injury.

 

The Crown had argued that the exemption only applied when there was a specific risk of injury, but Justice Currie ruled that the regulation could also be applied to a driver who "may be continuously exposed to a compromise of his or her safety on a random basis." (WCxKit)
 
A Saskatoon civic policy states that all public employees must be buckled in whenever they're behind the wheel of a city vehicle, but the transit union is hoping this ruling will help change that policy, first introduced three years ago.

 

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Nova Scotia WCB Employees Must Attend Privacy Practices Training

Privacy practices at Nova Scotia's Workers Compensation Board (WCB) are set for an overhaul, following an investigation into a number of breaches at the board, according to a report from the Canadian OH&S News.

 
 
A report, released in November by the Nova Scotia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Review Office (FOIPOP) in Halifax, contains 21 recommendations covering a wide array of areas. They include establishing a committee to oversee the implementation of best practices to safeguard workers' privacy, informing all workers who are impacted by privacy breaches, and recovering all leaked personal information. (WCxKit)
 
The WCB said it will implement all recommendations, of which seven will be put into practice immediately, with the remaining 14 adopted over a period of time, the report notes.
 
 
This marks the first time the Privacy Review Officer has completed a systemic review of a public body. The investigation was launched early this year after it was publicly reported that at least two separate individuals had received another WCB claimant's file when requesting their own. Most claimants' files include considerable personal information, particularly personal health information, notes a FOIPOP release.
 
 
Every year, the WCB processes close to 1.75 million transactions containing personally identifying information. "In that respect, 155 reported privacy breaches over approximately 32 months is a comparatively small number," of which more than 90 per cent of recorded breaches "have been assessed as low risk in accordance with our policy," the WCB was quoted as saying in the report.
 
 
All WCB employees are required to complete annual privacy training with a focus on containing breaches and how to rectify and learn from them to prevent recurrences, the release adds.
 
 
Other recommendations in the FOIPOP report includes the following: a Privacy Breach Advisory Committee be established; breach classifications be re-written for greater clarity; the amount of personal information disclosed in the board's day-to-day operations be scaled back; a privacy complaint policy be developed and made public; multiple identifiers in addition to the WCB claim number be used to mitigate the risk of error, and workers be informed of their right to file a complaint with the WCB if their privacy has been breached. (WCxKit)
 
The review office will monitor the WCB's implementation progress over the next year.
 
 
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London Underground Safety Called Into Question

Tube Union RMT recently warned that London Underground is on the verge of plunging the Capital’s tube system into the same lethal cocktail of safety cuts and automation that led to nine people being killed on the Washington D.C. Red Line service just over two years ago.

 
Recently, the TFL Board was to discuss a document entitled London Underground's “operational vision”, which flags up a future of driverless trains and de-staffing of platforms and stations to save money. (WCxKit)
 
 
RMT leaked the details of the plans recently despite protests from TFL that they were merely “blue sky thinking”. Only days later, the same plans were confirmed as the core operational strategy.

 

Recently, there has been much talk of automated systems already operating. One such was the 35-year-old Washington D.C. metro, which switched to manual operation in the wake of a horrific rush-hour crash in June 2009, which killed nine people, including the operator.

 

The collision was caused by failure of the automated system, and the Washington Post called it the “price of parsimony” after numerous near-misses went unheeded against a background of cuts to maintenance schedules and inspections – exactly the same cuts-led culture now being imposed by LU.

 

RMT General Secretary Bob Crow noted, “We need no more evidence of what happens when cuts-led automation and changes to maintenance are imposed from above than the tragedy on the Washington DC Red Line in June 2009.

 

The same lethal combination of cuts and automation is now at the core of LU’s strategic thinking and RMT will mount the fiercest opposition to these politically motivated plans that have more to do with next year’s Mayoral election than they do with providing a safe transport service for London. (WCxKit)
 
 
RMT has already exposed attempts to tamper with the inspection schedules for the failsafe tripcocks and other cuts to maintenance schedules. This dicing with death on the London Underground has to stop before we have a major disaster on our hands.”

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Dont Move to Japan, Greece or Armenia If You Want Flexible Work Schedule

Grant Thornton International recently reported the countries of Finland, Sweden, Australia, and Thailand offer some of the best work schedules, while places like Japan, Greece, and Armenia offer tougher scheduling.
 
 
A global survey of more than 7,700 businesses in 39 countries reports Finland to be the country with the highest percentage – 92 percent – of companies offering flexible work arrangements in the past year. Sweden placed second with 86 percent of companies offering employees flexibility, while Australia and Thailand tied for third place with 85 percent. (WCxKit)
 
 
The top 10 countries for flexible work were rounded out by New Zealand (84 percent), the Netherlands (82 percent), Switzerland (80 percent), the United Kingdom (79 percent), the United States (79 percent) and Ireland (77 percent).
 
On the other side of things, the survey reports that Japan had the lowest percentage of companies offering flexible work last year at just 18 percent.
 
The list of 10 countries with lowest percentage of companies providing flexible work arrangements includes: (WCxKit)
1.      Japan (18 percent)
2.      Greece (26 percent)
3.      Armenia (35 percent)
4.      Malaysia (39 percent)
5.      Turkey (44 percent)
6.      Poland (47 percent)
7.      Taiwan (49 percent)
8.      United Arab Emirates (49 percent)
9.      Russia (50 percent)
10. Singapore (50 percent)
 
 
The research was carried out primarily by telephone interview with the exception of Japan (postal), Philippines and Armenia (face-to-face), mainland China and India (mixture of face-to-face and telephone) where cultural differences dictate a tailored approach. Telephone interviews enable Grant Thornton International to conduct the exact number of recommended interviews and to be certain that the most appropriate individuals are interviewed in an organization which meets the profile criteria.

Author Robert Elliott, executive vice president, Amaxx Risks Solutions, Inc. has worked successfully for 20 years with many industries to reduce Workers Compensation costs, including airlines, healthcare, printing/publishing, pharmaceuticals, retail, hospitality and manufacturing. See www.LowerWC.com for more information. Contact: Info@ReduceYourWorkersComp.com.

 
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Scottish Safety and Health Forum to Be Held In Glasgow

Finding a way to press on with accident and ill health prevention during difficult economic times is the theme this year of Scotland’s foremost safety event. In 2009-10 there were 23 worker fatalities, 2,548 reported major injuries to employees, and 7,992 over three day injuries to employees reported in Scotland.
 
 
According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), everyday accident and ill-health issues facing firms will be thoroughly investigated at the RoSPA Scotland Safety and Health Forum, taking place at the Hilton Glasgow Hotel on September 21, 2011. The event is an evolution of the popular RoSPA Scotland Occupational Safety and Health at Work Congress and the title reflects a more dynamic learning experience. For more information visit: www.rospa.com/events/scotlandforum. (WcxKit)
 
 
Delegates at the forum will explore current and future health and safety issues in the wider context of budget cuts by getting involved with interactive workshops, discussion groups, and panel interviews — learning from each other as well as experts.
 
 
Chaired by Tom Mullarkey, RoSPA's chief executive, the conference is expected to attract a range of top safety stakeholders, including company directors, senior managers, health and safety advisers, and human resource professionals.
 
 
The event opens with a panel of experts taking part in a discussion entitled “A Day in the Life of Health and Safety: Overcoming Your Operational Challenges,” expected to provide solutions to real issues raised by delegates.
 
 
A variety of workshops covering safety leadership, communication, and health and wellbeing will take place, with plenty of top tips and practical advice given by prominent Scottish health and safety professionals.(WcxKit)
 
 
Two case studies will enable delegates to take away practical advice from the real world of business. One focuses on finding opportunities amid budget cuts. The second reviews a genuine accident autopsy, looking at how it happened, and what it really cost.

Author Robert Elliott, executive vice president, Amaxx Risks Solutions, Inc. has worked successfully for 20 years with many industries to reduce Workers Compensation costs, including airlines, healthcare, printing/publishing, pharmaceuticals, retail, hospitality and manufacturing. See www.LowerWC.com for more information. Contact: Info@ReduceYourWorkersComp.com.

 
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Mine Safety Administration Wants Changes in Exam Requirements

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) is proposing to revise its requirements for pre-shift, supplemental, on-shift, and weekly examinations.
The proposed rule on Examinations of Work Areas in Underground Coal Mines for Violations of Mandatory Health or Safety Standards would require mine operators to take responsibility for conducting complete workplace examinations. They would also have oversight for correcting violations and quarterly reviews with mine examiners of all citations and orders issued in areas where these four categories of examinations are required. (WCxKit)
Examinations are the first line of defense for miners working in underground coal mines,” said MSHA Administrator Joseph Main. “Mine operators must take ownership for their workers’ health and safety by conducting basic workplace examinations to assure they are in compliance with health and safety standards.”
He stated that at the beginning of a shift, miners are particularly vulnerable to hazards and conditions that may have developed during the prior shift. “The examinations are intended to protect them,” Main adds.
After reviewing accident investigation reports and enforcement data, MSHA concluded that the agency needed to propose changes to existing examination rules. MSHA determined that the same types of violations of mandatory health or safety standards are found by its inspectors in underground coal mines every year. (WCxKit)
Last year, MSHA inspectors issued 82,126 citations and orders at underground coal mines,” added Main. “These violations should be found and fixed by mine operators, not left for MSHA to find.”


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British Airways Not the Friendly Skies


A culture of staff bullying
and victimization has taken root at British Airways (BA), a new report by Unite, the largest union in the country, has revealed. Unite is calling for an immediate meeting with the airline to find ways to address the findings.
The confidential survey of nearly 2,000 BA employees conducted in November 2010 reveals nearly three in every four members of BA staff have witnessed or been subject to bullying at one of Britain’s best-known companies.  The bulk of the respondents to the survey were cabin crew members, reflecting, Unite says, workforce's fears that they have been deliberately targeted by BA's management,  seeking to "break" them and their union in order to drive down terms and conditions. (WCxKit)
Unite warns the survey reveals such an everyday and shocking level of bullying it can only harm the business. The union also believes the extent to which a bullying culture has taken root is a direct result of the war BA's management has been waging against it cabin crew since 2009.  In recent months, about 70 cabin crew have been suspended and 18 sacked (with only three subsequently reinstated) as BA continues to quash resistance to employment changes directly affecting cabin crew.
The results are published as Unite is half way through its ballot of some 10,000 cabin crew members over the issues of union busting and the introduction of a cadre of crew on poorer terms without agreement with the workforce.
Key findings of the survey reveal :
1.     Almost one in every two workers at British Airways has been bullied.
2.     More than 72 percent of staff had either been bullied or witnessed bullying at work.
3.     Over 50 percent of staff said they had been bullied by higher managers and 29 percent said they had been bullied by their line manager.
4.     Intimidation, unfair criticism and humiliation were cited as the top three forms of bullying.
5.     Almost two thirds say the bullying has got worse since it started.
6.     More than 90 percent of employees are aware of company policies relating to bullying and harassment.
7.     But over six out of 10 people (64.7 percent) did not report the bullying with many saying they saw no point due to the company’s and/or management's approach.
8.     37.4 percent of respondents did report the bullying, but of those two thirds said no action was then taken by the company.
9.     Over 85 percent of cases of bullying involved more than one person doing the bullying.
10.More than three quarters of respondents said  they knew of more than four colleagues  had also been subject to bullying.
11.Almost two thirds of respondents said  they had also been abused by passengers, and 9 percent had been physically abused by passengers.
Comments from those completing the survey include:
"Institutionalized bullying by management throughout BA."
"There's a culture of bullying that is coming from top management down."
"Working environment is the worst I've experienced in 22 years."
"Flight crew refused to speak to me or my crew."
"(bullied by) the wall put up at Waterside by BA where colleagues were encouraged to write derogatory comments about crew."
"Bombardment with emails by management telling me how I'll be punished if I take strike action."
"They have divided the workforce and began a massive campaign to bully, intimidate and harass the cabin crew. They are continually belittling us as a workforce."
"Phone calls at home; barrage of emails from management."
 
Unite’s general secretary Tony Woodley noted, "This survey shows  the company’s macho management has pitched colleagues against one another.
"BA management’s urgently needs to do a corporate U-turn and sit down with Unite representatives to address this bullying epidemic. That begins with lifting the sanctions imposed on over 6000 cabin crew who took action last year and immediate agreement that a third party will analyze those cases where workers have been disciplined or dismissed, often on the flimsiest of pretexts. (WCxKit)
"The message of this survey has to be, Mr Walsh and the BA board – your war on your workforce is ruining this once great airline.   You have the power to end this misery and restore this airline to the place of public affection it once deserved.  For your customers, shareholders and workforce, the glaring question now is why you choose not to."


Author Robert Elliott
, executive vice president, Amaxx Risks Solutions, Inc. has worked successfully for 20 years with many industries to reduce Workers Compensation costs, including airlines, healthcare, printing/publishing, pharmaceuticals, retail, hospitality and manufacturing. See www.LowerWC.com for more information.  Contact:  Info@ReduceYourWorkersComp.com or 860-553-6604.

 

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