March 10, 2014
Today vehicle crashes is leading in serious injury and fatalities
in the oil and gas industry. In today’s world driving is one of workers most exposed risk. All companies have operating active safety systems, only some have implemented MVS programs. Companies began an initiative goal to develop an effective company-wide safety system to eliminate fatalities an injury to workers in the industry. A project team of members were selected to input and ensure safety of motor vehicle operations. Many companies put in certain rules for workers to go buy while driving company vehicles. The use of seatbelts, focus on reduction of vehicle speed , no driving while under the influence, minimize distractions while driving, those are examples of safety procedures that most companies follow with all workers. The third phase of the process is to fully develop the approach. The required key elements are required to influence human behaviors. The five part model contained specific focus areas designed to improve MVS systems. The project team proposed a clear set of expectations for all units within the company. All expectations are included in the companies OEMS which is the work from HES and certain other operational issues that are managed by the company. The road safety guide document was created as a template meaning an example of a road safety management program, this document contained definitions, descriptions, and recommended requirements related to the MVS. General workforce engagement was set up through a series of sessions at the local unit level. Meeting agendas outlines, and materials have been designed for meeting between all local unit teams. The team used a system to create and implement and improve the approach to MVS. The approach was developed in April of 2003 but there is limited performance data and are further monitoring statistics. But according to the text book all vehicle safety programs provide written safety policies, enforced...