This group of failure modes relates to operator errors created or made worse by business systems present. The types of failure mode identified include:
- Poor training or supervisor reinforcement of important rules/equipment features;
- Unfairness in performance management systems;
- Regulator reactions to events and conditions at the site.
The business inputs recommended/identified as addressing these problems are listed.
BI-00D.02 External to site obligations are effectively met.
The site Traffic Management Plan (or equivalent) documents and monitors how relevant external to site expectations are met [More...]
BI-01D.01 Trained personnel who are supported by an appropriate and up-to-date training management system
A process should be in place for delivering and maintaining competency-based training. [More...]
BI-01D.03 Fit for work processes with specific advice on self-management
Operating sites should develop and maintain processes that support personnel to be both fit for work and to maintain a healthy work-life balance. [More...]
BI-01P.08 Alarm and vehicle information panel expected response – information prepared for operators
Alarm and vehicle information panel, with expected responses, are documented by vehicle type and communicated in a style that is appropriate for the audience. [More...]
BI-01P.21 PPE, high visibility clothing, lights and alerting devices required in operational areas – information prepared for all personnel
Site standards for PPE, high visibility clothing, lights and alerting devices required in operational areas are documented and communicated in a style that is appropriate for the audience. [More...]
BI-01S.01 Clear operator performance management expectations supported by an active and consistent performance management process
Line managers ensure that safe, productive behaviours are recognised and action is taken to correct unsafe and non-productive behaviours [More...]
BI-01S.02 Pre-commencement and periodic medicals for mobile equipment operators
Pre-employment and periodic medicals should ensure personnel are capable of fufilling position requirements. [More...]
BI-03S.20 Speed and other operating parameter data send
Equipment operating data is captured and sent for monitoring and analysis. [More...]
BI-05D.01 Clear accountabilities for managers, superintendents and supervisors are included in comprehensive, site relevant road design guidelines and traffic management plans
Site road design guidelines and traffic management plans identify specific accountabilities by organisation position.
- Develop and maintain roads that meet road design standards including meeting regulatory requirements
- Develop and maintain effective traffic management plans
BI-05D.04 Position descriptions that specify expected supervisor performance
Supervisor performance descriptions.[More...]
BI-05D.05 Site fatigue management processes are comprehensive and optimise work rosters
Site fatigue management processes are comprehensive and designed to support employees.
BI-05D.11 Emergency Preparedness
The site has a formal approach for emergency preparedness. [More...]
BI-05S.01 Regular and consistent application of performance management processes
Operating sites have effective performance management processes, that are applied consistently. [More...]
BI-05S.03 Hazard and incident reporting process that generates value adding corrective actions
The site has an effective and well used hazard and incident reporting process. [More...]
BI-05S.06 Comprehensive fitness for work process includes alcohol and other drugs
Site requirements that all employees, contractors and visitors are fit for duty (unimpaired) while in the workplace. [More...]