Monday Accident & Lessons Learned: Everyday Hazard Analysis
Here is a video with lessons learned about a fatal accident involving equipment (a scissor lift).
But there is an additional lesson that we can learn.
Every worksite should have a supervisor perform a quick Safeguard Analysis before people start work.
In this case, power lines were an obvious hazard (high voltage). And getting equipment with booms or lifts near them would cause the natural Safeguard (distance) to fail. If this Safeguard Analysis had been performed proactively, the worker could have been warned OR the actions (visually warnings and signage) could have been implemented to prevent the fatality.
Don’t wait for a fatality. Use TapRooT® to proactively prevent fatalities.
Would you like to learn to use TapRooT® to look for problems before accident, quality problems, and other failures happen? Then you should attend the upcoming TapRooT® for Audits Course on August 1-2 in San Antonio, Texas (just before the 2016 Global TapRooT® Summit on August 3-5). Register here: