Good Catch Reporting: A Good Catch is an identification (SEE) and mitigation (ACT) of a hazard before an incident occurs. When a Good Catch is reported to a supervisor or the Safety Department, it allows Pulice to SHARE an important lesson and help prevent the unsafe condition from happening again.
Near Miss Reporting: A Near Miss is when there is an incident but no one is hurt and there is no property damage. Reporting Near Misses allows Pulice to investigate why/how the near-miss happened and to figure out how to prevent it from happening again. Pulice then SHARES the finding with our teammates,m crews, and sister companies.
Stop Work Responsibility: Stop Work Responsibility is an improvement on Stop Work Authority. It states you can stop work without fear of retaliation from management. Stop Work Responsibility takes this one step further by stating that stopping unsafe work is a responsibility that must be exercised. Stop Work Responsibility is enforced by management and is intended to increase Good Catch reports and prevent incidents.
PMT Site Safety Inspections (SSIs): SSIs are designed so that management can SEE potential safety issues in the field and ACT to mitigate them before they lead to incidents. All members of the PMT are responsible to conduct Jobsite inspections on a regular basis and document them at least once per week. By documenting inspections, Pulice SHARES with the team what was learned.
Safety Suggestion: A Safety Suggestion is coming up with a great idea that could improve our overall safety program. The Pulice Safety program belongs to the workers, not the management. Improving the program makes the job that much safer! All employees that submit safety suggestions shall have their name entered into a raffle to win a prize.
Lessons Learned: A Lesson Learned is anything learned regarding Safety in the course of work. In all cases, Lessons Learned should be shared with teammates. Lessons can be shared during DRA’s, Toolbox Talks, Craft Safety Committee Meetings, Mass Safety Meetings, or reported to the Safety Department. Often lessons are learned as a result of Near Miss Reporting, Good Catch Reporting, and Incident Investigations.