Global Operating Procedure

DAMEN STANDARD ON INCIDENT NOTIFICATION INVESTIGATION AND REPORTING

This standard highlights the crucial elements involved in the incident notification, investigation and reporting process and stipulates the way in which this process must be carried out.

Damen Standard on Incident Notification Investigation and Reporting, teaser

Safety briefings

Incident Reporting

This safety briefing highlights the differences between safety observations, near misses and accidents and can be used as a guideline (toolbox) for informing the workforce about the importance of reporting all incidents.

Welding fumes

This safety briefing outlines safe procedures during welding.

Welding fumes: protect your workers

This safety briefing outlines effect of the welding fumes, actions that should be done by management to make sure people are protected.

Incident reporting campaign

Campaigns

INCIDENT REPORTING CAMPAIGN

Would you like to boost proactive reporting habits within the workforce? Launch the Incident Reporting Campaign today!

This campaign focuses on increasing incident reporting on-site. The differentiation between safety observations, near misses and accidents is a focal point of the campaign, in order to boost the accuracy of the information that is received. Tips and tricks have also been provided, as ways to stimulate and encourage proactive reporting habits.

Follow the link to discover more on campaign: INCIDENT REPORTING CAMPAIGN

Videos

HIRED OPERATOR LOST CONTROL OF FORKLIFT DUE TO BREAK FAILURE

This animation highlights the importance of daily forklift operator checks.

 

GET A GRIP ON WELDING FUMES

This animation highlights the proper procedures involved during welding. Failure to follow these regulations can seriously impact the physical health of workers.

 

GET A GRIP ON MANUAL HANDLING (PRODUCTION)

This animation highlights the proper procedures involved in manual handling. Failure to follow these regulations can seriously impact the physical health of workers.

 

GET A GRIP ON MANUAL HANDLING (WAREHOUSE)

This animation highlights the proper procedures involved in manual handling. Failure to follow these regulations can seriously impact the physical health of workers.

 

BROKEN LEGS CAUSED BY FALL INTO CONFINED SPACE

This animation highlights the importance of having permit to work for a confined spaces as well as reporting all the accidents, near misses and safety observations.

 

Posters

Note Book Sticker: Report all Accidents, Near Misses and Safety Observations

This sticker can be placed on notebooks to remind workers to report all incidents

No Blame

This poster denounces blame and encourages the workforce to speak up and report all incidents.

Know the Difference: Box Falling

This poster highlights the difference between a safety observation and an accident

Know the Difference: Tool Falling

This poster highlights the difference between a safety observation and an accident

Know the Difference: Man Hole

This poster highlights the difference between a safety observation and a near miss

Know the difference: Loose hose

This highlights the difference between a near miss and an accident

Call 9666

In case of an emergency always call 9666

Internal emergency number should always be used in case of emergency. This poster can be personalised to suit your needs (change phone number).

Emergency situation

Emergency situation? Always follow instructions

This poster outlines the important steps to remember in cases of emergency.

In an emergency seconds count

This poster outlines the important steps to remember in cases of emergency.

How to report incidents (yard specific)

This poster outlines the different channels available to report all incidents. Please contact us to adapt the reporting channels to your own yard.

Guiding principle

INCIDENT REPORTING PROPOSAL: TIPS AND TRICKS

A proposal of tips and tricks to increase incident reporting on-site.

Guiding principle incident reporting

Manuals

Definitions

Definitions

Definitions to assist you with the reporting process.

Type of Injury

Nature of Injury

Definitions of nature of injury for appropriate classification and identification of injuries in the workplace.

Forms and templates

Incident Reporting Campaign: Feedback Form

Interested in how the workforce experienced the incident reporting campaign? Have them fill out the feedback form.

Bulletin no paper

Incident Reporting Bulletin (Example)

Implement the incident reporting bulletin board to let the workforce know what is being done with the information that is reported.

Incident Reporting Bulletin (Blank)

Implement the incident reporting bulletin board to let the workforce know what is being done with the information that is reported. Check out this example of how it's done.

Example Near Miss Reporting Form: Office

This digital template can be used to simplify near miss reporting for office personnel

Example Near Miss Reporting Form: Production

This brief near miss reporting template can be used to simplify near miss reporting in production environments.

Property damage form

Property damage form

This template should be used for property damage incident registration if there is limited access to computers at the first aid point. Each incident must be later registered in SnagR, using the incident registration form.

Incident registration

Incident Notification Form

This template should be used for incident registration if there is limited access to computers at the first aid point. Each incident must be later registered in SnagR, using the incident registration form.

Extended incident investigation template

Limited incident investigation template

The limited incident investigation template should be used to report the causes of incidents and the corrective/preventative measures to be taken for improvement. The information should then be used to complete the monthly HSE report.

Extended incident investigation template

Extended incident investigation template

The extended incident investigation template should be used to report the causes of incidents and the corrective/preventative measures to be taken for improvement. The information should then be used to complete the monthly HSE report.