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Job Safety (JS)

Training workers and teams to be mindful, observant and responsive to risks and safety improvements.

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Introduction to Job Safety

On-the-job safety must consider three critical factors: Physical Conditions, Personal Conditions and Cultural Conditions. All three contribute to safety – and risk – in the workplace. Job Safety training provides supervisors and workers with a framework for recognizing potential hazards and eliminating them. JS stresses that the supervisor/worker relationship plays a pivotal role in OSHA-safe and EPA-responsible workplaces.

Job Safety trains your people to analyze the chain of events leading to accidents and hazardous situations. Physical links in the chain include the facility, equipment, workplace floorplan and traffic, lighting, signage, clothing and protective gear – all such factors and the risks they may present. Human conditions represent the personal links and can involve knowledge, skills, abilities, emotions, supervisor/worker relationships, behaviors, routines, personal health and the like. Cultural links are institutional in nature and involve policies, leadership attitudes, risk management procedures and related organizational behaviors and attitudes. Job Safety heightens awareness of potential problems, identifies root causes and remediates them to “break the chain.”

Our End-to-End programming assures adoption and continuation of the benefits of TWI and Job Safety. Your TWI Institute coach will meet with management, managers, trainers, supervisors and team leaders to observe your TWI JS implementation. Your coach will gauge progress, identify problems, suggest solutions and help realign goals.

What We Will Cover

Job Safety, as is the case with all TWI Institute programs, is focused not only on workplace safety, but also on the safety of the people in it and the risk exposure for the business. What’s more, JS provides a proven and reliable system for elevating the kind of employee engagement and participation that advances ongoing or planned continuous improvement, kaizen, lean and operational excellence initiatives.

  • Assessing physical, personal and cultural factors
  • Identifying and anticipating the causes of risks and hazards
  • Evaluating potential repairs and prevention
  • Determining best approaches and solutions
  • Activating changes
  • Measuring results

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Experience impressive results with Job Safety

JS generates value in your workplace by mitigating risks, improving confidence in the working conditions, advancing employee skills and reducing costs associated with accidents.
Improved Workflow and Shift-to-shift Continuity

Boost productivity and quality

Improve Operations, Inspection and Maintenance

Protect against future risks, injuries and work stoppage

Fewer Jobsite Accidents and Errors

Add a new level of prevention, protection and regulatory compliance to your jobsites

Higher Job Satisfaction

Realize higher levels of engagement, confidence and self-respect

Job Safety delivers results across multiple industries

While Job Safety’s first application was manufacturing, JS has improved facilities and workplaces across a wide spectrum of industries. Whether you work in Operations, Human Resources, Quality, Production or Risk Management, Job Safety can bring the kind of stability, skills and safety that drive brilliant results.

Proven Results

70

%
Reduction in OSHA Incidents/Manufacturing

50

%
Reduction in Downtime/Multi-industry

110

%
Improvement in Employee Engagement/Healthcare

23

%
Reduction in Turnover/Multi-industry
These statistics represent documented composite results from actual improvements measured in client engagements and tracking metrics from the U.S. government.

What Our Clients Say

Quality of Worklife (QWL) increased by 15%

Our end-to-end approach sets us apart

Our proven methods stretch far beyond essential TWI, Kata and Standardized Work training. From initial preparation to ongoing consulting, we prepare people and workplaces for continuous improvement, better outcomes and increased engagement.
  1. 1
    Preparation
  2. 2
    Education
  3. 3
    Adoption
  4. 4
    Integration
  5. 5
    Certification
  6. 6
    Continuation
Step One:
Preparation

We start with an assessment and provide tailored recommendations for your workers and your workplace. KPIs are set, a communication strategy is planned and workforce orientation begins.

Step Two:
Education

Supervisors, team leaders and those who direct the work of others attend, participate and learn in our cornerstone programs: TWI, Kata and Standardized Work.

Step Three:
Adoption

We work with you to plan a pilot program and teams begin to learn by doing. Through workplace practice and coaching, we help students accept the ideas and put them to work. We’re with you through every step of the journey.

Step Four:
Integration

We assess learning, validate pilot results, incorporate skills into routines, evaluate practices and culture, and measure performance against KPIs.

Step Five:
Certification

We execute worker and workplace certifications, including TWI Certification (student and trainer), Kata Certification (student and trainer) Train-the-Trainer Certification, and TWI:2018 Certification.

Step Six:
Continuation

We stay connected with planned reassessments, KPI checks, remedial coaching, and re-certifications to protect and grow your return on investment.

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Explore TWI Institute Programs

Job Safety is a key program in TWI Institute’s offering. Round out your improvement planning with programs that build stronger supervisor/worker relationships and add new levels of safety risk management.

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