Letters to the Power Plant #103 — OSHA at Dell

It’s Important to report any incident to the employer, a No Blame Safety Culture liberates employees giving each person the freedom to report any close call or near miss event.

Power Plant Men

After I left the power plant and went to work for Dell on August 20, 2001, I wrote letters back to my friends at the plant letting them know how things were going.  This is the one hundred and third letter I wrote.

9/2/04 – OSHA at Dell

Hey Sooner friends, and friends of Sooneridians,

Last week was interesting.  OSHA came and inspected our building to see if we were complying with all the OSHA regulations.  Of course we were.  They gave us some Star or some kind of Plaque to put on our wall down at the front entrance to say that we were a “Stellar Site”!!!

I was invited to eat lunch with the OSHA team twice last week.  The OSHA people asked us to tell them stories about when we did something dangerous and/or was almost killed.  My biggest problem was figuring out which story to tell…

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Published by Dennis Evans

Starting in 1989 with Dupont Chemical Containment, Fire protection and Rescue unit was by far the best workplace safety training of my career, we trained at Las Vegas Clark County Training Center. We learned Firefighting techniques, Incident Command Systems, Decontamination Activities and Managing Hazardous Waste Processes. Today TOSS Business Solutions mission is to drive your companies success by leveraging data, communications and visualizations. SPIs measure, ROI which helps value an organization's investments and profitability. The Cost Performance Index (CPI) shows how effective project funds are being used. KRIs help to forecast major and minor workplace injury and illness . Our safety strategy fosters employee loyalty through tracking Key Risk Indicators. In high hazard industries to include Construction, Manufacturing, Maritime, Gas and Oil. Key Performance Indicators reinforce safety policies to establish a baseline hazard stressor units or Key risk indicators (KRI's).

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