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第一季第二集-制定一个全面的工作场所安全计划在2021年

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在这一集中,格雷格讨论了艾略特·塞特(CMTC)高级顾问的工作场所安全。曾经被认为是平凡的、无害的话题,现在可能是你今年业务中最关键的方面之一。加入我们吧,我们要深入了解的不仅仅是如何保护员工远离病毒。了解如何创建一个安全文化,一种文化,其中审查了改善安全措施的不断变得普遍,有助于减轻与安全有关的风险。

艾略特Dratch是A.CMTC高级顾问,专注于工业公司的质量,精益和安全改进。他运用25年的工业、航空航天和汽车制造经验为组织的损益表增加价值。艾略特在CSUF获得学士学位,在Redlands大学获得工商管理硕士学位,在Chapman大学获得硕士学位。在过去的十年里,艾略特为美国质量协会(ASQ)培训了数百名来自当地公司的员工,并且是他们目前使用的ASQ认证质量经理手册的合著者。他也是osha认证的安全培训师。

突出了

00:00:00- 介绍

00:01:56- 在2021年审核和审核工作场所安全计划的期望和准备

00:05:36- 与Covid-19无关的安全和安全计划

00:09:35-前五名最佳实践

00:12:15- 常见的反对和打击它们的方法

00:17:19- 最近的OSHA法规

00:26:00-制造商需要关注的最重要的事情

00:28:55-制造公司竭尽全力确保安全工作场所的例子

00:32:00-可能修改隔离期

成绩单

Gregg Profozich [00:00:02]在制造业的世界里,变化是唯一不变的。中小型制造商(smm)如何跟上新技术、法规和其他重要转变的步伐,更不用说利用它们成为所在行业的领导者了?CMTC的播客《变速齿轮》(shift Gears)着重介绍了现代制造业的领导者,从smm,到咨询师,再到行业专家。每个季度我们都深入探讨与制造企业运营和整个行业相关的话题。加入我们,聆听制造业的最新趋势、突破性技术和专家见解,帮助加州的smm在这个激动人心的创新和变化的现代世界中脱颖而出。我是Gregg Profozich, CMTC先进制造技术总监。我很欢迎你。在这节课中,我们的主题是工作场所安全。我和CMTC的高级质量顾问艾略特·德拉奇进行了交谈。曾经被认为是平凡的、无害的话题,现在可能是你今年业务中最关键的方面之一。 Join us as we dive into much more than just keeping employees safe from the virus. Learn how to create a safety culture, a culture where examining improving safety measures continually becomes commonplace and helps to mitigate safety-related risks. Hello, I'm Gregg Profozich. I'll let Eliot introduce himself, and then we'll get into some of the content.

艾略特Dratch [00:01:24]谢谢,格雷格。我叫艾略特·德拉奇。我已经在CMTC工作了五年了。在此之前,我曾在几家不同的相当大的工业制造公司工作。在航空航天和汽车行业工作过,在一家公司做了15年的内部顾问去了不同的工厂。他们有大约30种不同的植物。花了很多时间进行不同的工业操作,然后试图改进,无论是安全、质量还是生产率。

格雷格Profozich [00:01:56]艾略特,谢谢你今天参加我们的节目。我真的很感谢你抽出时间,也很想听听你对此有什么要说的。我们都知道,2020年是发生重大变化的一年。供应链中断,社会普遍中断,工作流程中断,出于安全考虑,需要将员工隔离在休息室和时钟上。为了保持商业和制造商的开放,需要进行大量的适应准备。简而言之,这个行业正在发生很多变化。今天我想谈谈安全程序和安全计划。艾略特,我要问你的第一个问题是:让我们谈谈回顾和审核工作场所安全计划到2021年的重要性。我们能期待什么,如果我是一个制造商,我应该如何适应,并开始思考我需要做些什么来让自己在接下来的一年里保持连续性?

艾略特Dratch [00:02:50]很明显,与过去几年相比,我们正在高度限制的工作环境。你完全是对的。我们正在使用PPE。我们有新的工作流程和工作模式,内置于生产领域。公司已将工程控制放在适当的地方。他们在工作站之间屏障。这些物理障碍创造了生产流程的真正问题。只需要穿PPE一直是破坏性的。它创造了很多问题。在工作场所中有很多分心。 As we emerge from these restrictions, we need to be alert, and aware, and vigilant about the next wave of infectious disease, whether that be COVID 2.0, or H1N1, norovirus. We don't know what the next significant infectious disease outbreak is going to be, but we do need to be prepared. I think that's what we've all learned from this experience. So, there's obviously things that we should be doing about putting plans in place, and having a workplace safety plan is probably the most important thing that employers can do. Having a written plan, having a documented plan that goes through the major aspects of what a safety program looks like in a plant. And let's talk a little bit about COVID safety, since that is the big issue. Every employer, since April, was supposed to have a COVID safety program in place, a written, a well-documented program that looks at various aspects of their business. It should dig into and identify risk areas in the plant, whether those risk areas be in the company break room, or at the time clock, or in their locker areas. All of those things should be identified in the company risk plan. And then those items should be reviewed from time to time and that plan be updated. There's many companies that have gone above and beyond the basics. They documented what their facility traffic flow should be—in other words, where you should be entering the building, where you should be exiting the building, establishing safe traffic patterns for people to walk, where it limits their face-to-face impact with others. These are all significant changes that we've had to adapt to since COVID-19. And going forward, these are really the meat and potatoes of what companies need to be considering in order to protect their workers in the future.

格雷格Profozich [00:05:36]艾略特,你带来了一些很棒的观点。思考我们必须有安全计划以及那些围绕这些的细节很有意思。我想象每个制造商都有自己的行业,以及一些限制以及其生产地板的独特性。我们已经谈到了关于Covid PandeMics的一点,但有些关于制造业的安全和安全计划的一些更大,更普遍的问题是什么?也许你想触及一些这些东西。

艾略特德拉特[00:06:02]确定。每年,OSHA都会发布一份关于十大安全隐患的清单,而这份清单每年都不一样。总是有新的项目添加和旧的项目丢弃。但似乎仍然存在一种普遍的担忧和危险。这些是每一种植物都必须考虑的事情,而且不能忽视。例如,防火安全。这对每一种植物都很重要。寻找易燃物品,易燃物品,化学品,那些会引起火灾、烟雾和烧伤人的东西。这些都是持续存在的危害。有一个程序来确定工厂中所有的危险化学品。 Just having them in a log and knowing what is in my plant. So, for instance, if you have a fire and the fire department shows up, it would be great if you could pull out from the receptionist desk a log and hand it to the fire department. And it would list all of the major hazards that they would expect to find in your facility. Doing training on basic electrical issues. It's not uncommon to find electrical cords plugged one into another into another. So, you have what was a temporary electrical setup becomes a permanent electrical setup. So, how about bringing in an electrician to look at all of your wiring and upgrade your wiring? Having a lockout tagout program. So, there's a lot of machines with stored energy. And oftentimes the maintenance team makes an adjustment on a machine. They might be doing preventative maintenance, and they don't de-energize the machine, and a lot of people get hurt. So, these aren't little things; these are things that have significant consequences to people's health. And just doing a little bit of training on them goes a long way. In addition to that, there's the routine items like eye protection. Just making sure that every employee who's working in an area where there's eye hazards is wearing his safety glasses. And machine guarding. Anything with a spinning wheel, anything where there's a machine where there's a moving part, it has to be guarded so you can't pinch your finger in it. And the last one that comes to mind is ladders and ladder safety. Every manufacturing plant has a few ladders. Some of them are not in great condition. Oftentimes they're rickety. The rubber feet have come off. They're bent. Take a look at the ladders, because every year lots of people fall off ladders, break their ribs, break their bones, and really get hurt. So, these are the things that every employer should be paying attention to.

格雷格Profozich [00:08:53]艾略特,我可以想象随着制造业的发展随着技术和进步,以及所有正在发生的变化,十大安全隐患的名单应该是定期变化的,对吧?我怀疑今年的榜单会不会和五年前的榜单一模一样。

艾略特德拉特[00:09:11]正确的。大流行真的改变了事物。大流行的影响使我们重新思考重要的是重要的。Covid-19在工厂中的问题,它位于每个安全专业人士的头顶,并在每个人力资源专业人员的担忧之上。这些是我们必须认真对待工人安全的事情。

格雷格Profozich [00:09:35]但是我认为你说得很好,在你所说的一切背景下,关于平衡。新冠病毒可能是每个人脑子里的第一件事,但清单上的每件事都必须是头等大事。最后,我想我们可以谈谈最佳实践。有哪些…?如果你现在经营一家工厂,你想要记住的工作场所安全的最佳做法是什么?你想要记住的最重要的三件事,也许是三到五件事来确保你有一个平衡的方法来确保你的员工的安全?

艾略特Dratch [00:10:06]嗯,对于我访问的绝大多数植物来说,眼睛保护是一个问题。对我来说,人们如何轻轻地拍摄它。我提到了梯子安全。它令人惊讶的是,在整个矮人的植物中有多少阶梯式事故,这些梯子没有被维持,梯子以一种损害它们的方式存储,然后是如何使用它们。人们站在梯子的顶部,它有一个标记“不要踩到这一步或高于这个步骤”,“人们这样做。所以,我们必须训练我们的工人。最后一个是真正的电气危险。拥有合格的电工通过并更新接线。每个植物,似乎他们有布线问题;他们有过载问题; they have too many... Might be as simple as just having too many plugs plugged into one outlet, one receptacle. And they need to split that receptacle into multiple receptacles so it doesn't get overloaded so you reduce the risk of fire. So, to me, those seem to be ongoing issues, routine issues that we see in so many plants.

格雷格Profozich [00:11:17]把另一个插销插到那边的插销插到另一个插销很简单,对吧?

艾略特德拉特[00:11:24]是的。

Gregg Profozich [00:11:25]没有办法真正预防它。它能在短期内解决问题,但之后它就会成为永久性的解决方案。

艾略特Dratch [00:11:30]这不可能。

格雷格Profozich [00:11:30]完全正确。负载上升,然后你进入安全区,现在我们正在整个连锁店施加过多。

艾略特德拉特[00:11:37]是的。大多数电路可以处理15安培的电流,但一个插座插5、6个电子设备也很常见。可能一天的电流有10到12安培。当有人插入加热器时,他们把加热器带到工作场所,插入电源,会吸收大量的能量,断路器就会断裂,如果断路器没有断裂,就会出现过载的情况。电线过热,着火了。这是常有的事。它必须排在人们的首位。

格雷格Profozich [00:12:15]绝对的。现在我们来谈谈工作场所安全的一些障碍是什么。我们养成了自己的习惯。我们做事情时不一定要考虑周全。当你要求我做不同的事情时,改变可能会让人不舒服。我一直想戴口罩,但它总是让我的眼镜蒙上一层雾。你之前说到保护眼睛的时候我还在笑呢,因为这是现实。我得看看我在做什么。所以,我摘下眼镜一秒钟,但我不能那样做。我得想个更好的办法。 And so, change is uncomfortable. What are some of the common objections that you face in trying to strengthen workplace safety measures, and then what can you do about them? How do you combat them?

艾略特德拉特[00:12:51]所以,到目前为止,我们最大的抱怨是时间,就是没有时间。所以,对于主管,领导和经理来说,一周有很多活动是很常见的。我们必须生产出来。我们人手不够。我的人比我原来计划的少。我有时间压缩,我有一个客户想让我比他计划的提前两天发货。所以,现在我所有的活动似乎都被压缩了。因此,安全似乎落到了最后。所以,我们要让它变得重要。你让它变得重要的方式是你为它做计划。 If it's not built into your operational plan, it's not going to happen. So, in other words, if you don't set aside special time to talk about safety just like you talk about productivity, and quality, and shipping on time, you have to build safety into that conversation, as well. So, maybe it's just 20 or 30 minutes a week, but it has to happen routinely. And during that time, you would have a list of topics to talk about. And you would rotate through that list of topics and make sure that throughout the year you talk about these various topics that are so important. You talk about not just accidents, but you talk about near misses. How many near misses did we have? What about the guy who was driving a forklift, and it almost tipped over? Well, that's something you need to talk about. First aid, and fire prevention, and making sure that people know the basics. So, one week you set aside 20 minutes, and you walk everybody through the plant, and you point out where the fire extinguishers are and what to do if there's a fire. And you talk about the fact that you can't have pallets of material stored in front of fire exits. It's the basics. Think about what are the biggest hazards in my plant that could lead to loss of life, and that's what I want to train on. And I want to do it routinely and make sure that the staff talks about it every week in addition to talking about production and quality issues.

Gregg Profozich [00:15:03]我完全同意,艾略特。我认为我们不能低估这件事的重要性。我知道有很多公司做非常简单的事情,不需要花很多时间。你可以在常务会议开始时花五分钟时间,讨论安全话题,让会议的每个成员轮流提出对他们来说很重要的安全话题。通常,参与会带来承诺。如果我能说我想说的,对我来说很重要的事情,它会给我一个声音,让我更有决心去倾听别人,并认真思考。如果你把它放在心上,每周生产会议的前五分钟,每天轮班的前两分钟,我们今天要关注什么?今天的安全话题是什么?我想,有很多不同的方法去做,去真正建立一个安全的文化。因为就像我听你说的,这听起来像是我们在谈论的:你如何在一个组织内建立安全文化?

艾略特德拉特[00:15:59]格雷格,你说到点子上了。我们谈论建立安全和将安全融入到人们工作中的方法之一是,当我们开始为员工编写程序和工作指令时。所以,当你与一家公司合作时,这是非常典型的,你在帮助他们思考所有你希望日常发生的操作步骤——当你操作一件设备时,或者当你把材料运进来时,你如何给机器喂食。进给速率应该是多少。有哪些调整?这台设备上的刻度盘是什么?好吧,如果你花时间把安全整合到这些程序中,现在你真的是在移动针头,可以这么说。所以,我一直建议我们的客户的是,对于每个程序,第一步不是打开机器。第一步是检查个人防护装备。我的防护装备都带了吗? And step two is look at my environment. Am I in a safe environment? And then step three is turn on the machine and begin the work. So, that's exactly the approach, and what you just described is how we make safety important and integrated into the company's culture. That has to be the goal.

格雷格Profozich [00:17:19]绝对的。绝对的。这是非常实用的,简单的事情,可以做,但它确实使它的头脑。我认为这很重要。我认为这是正确的目标。让我们稍微转换一下话题。我们已经讲了一些关于职业安全与安全管理局和一些背景知识。在之前的评论中,你列出了十大危害。让我们从监管的角度谈谈。在加州,每年都有影响制造商的法律发生变化:环境法、雇佣法和工作场所安全法规。 Let's talk specifically about some of the recent regulations to workplace safety in California. What are they; what are some of the ones that are really important to know about, some of the most significant ones; and how do we prepare for them?

艾略特Dratch [00:11:58]到目前为止,在不久的将来,我们将听到的最大、影响最深远的变化是,加州职业安全与健康管理局(OSHA)最近通过了一项工作场所预防COVID-19的紧急标准。在大流行期间,OSHA只是建议雇主遵循他们的一般做法。他们已经建立了实践,他们将为这个行业提供各种行动的指导,以尽量减少员工的风险。但现在他们采用了一个新的紧急标准,它将具有约束力;它是可以强制执行的;这将影响到加州几乎所有的雇主。因此,这些紧急标准将继续有效,直到它们得到更新或替换。我认为加州大学/职业安全与健康管理局(OSHA)将推进在工作场所采用某种永久性的COVID-19标准。这需要一项COVID-19预防计划。这是这些应急标准的主要要求。 And employers are going to have to prepare a program, and implement it, and maintain a written program, as we've been discussing. So, they're going to model this written COVID prevention plan around the laws and regulations for the injury and illness prevention program that already exists. So, it's a requirement that all California manufacturers with more than 10 employees have a written injury and illness prevention program in place. So, most employers have that already. This is going to augment that, and, in fact, this COVID-19 piece will probably be integrated into that employer's IIPP, the injury and illness prevention program. And specifically, it talks about those areas that we touched on before, but it will go deeper. And it will require that companies have a system for communicating information to employees about COVID prevention procedures and testing. And they'll have to have a system for employees to report exposures without any fear of retaliation, because that is a big issue in plants right now. Many people, they don't work for a company that has real flexible policies, and they fear for their jobs, and they come to work when they shouldn't be coming to work. And that is one of the reasons why we've had outbreaks and spreading of COVID in some manufacturing sectors. So, in addition to that, the companies will have to identify and evaluate all of the COVID hazards. They're going to have to screen employees for symptoms. They're going to have to have practices in place that will reduce the potential exposure. So, in other words, there has to be some meat in these plans. There's going to be a requirement that they investigate and that they respond to cases in the workplace. If there's an exposure, there will have to be an immediate follow-up to determine who was exposed, and then provide notice to other employees about the potential exposures, and then offer testing to workers who might have been exposed, and then provide training and instruction for the employees to prevent it from happening again. So, I'd say that is by far the biggest change that we're going to see in California law related to safety over the next year.

格雷格Profozich [00:21:34]听起来有点复杂。但对于员工人数超过10人的公司,他们已经有了基本计划,他们只需要增加几个部分和一些特定的covid - 19相关信息。对吗,还是我漏掉了?

艾略特德拉特[00:21:47]不,基本上就是这样。事实上,自4月以来,在大流行期间,洛杉矶县的卫生办公室下令,自4月以来,各公司有书面的COVID-19预防计划。不幸的是,许多公司说他们不知道这一要求。但现在它背后有了更强大的力量。

格雷格Profozich [00:22:12]所以,州政府正在全力支持这一要求,试图从COVID的角度控制这些失控的感染。

艾略特Dratch [00:22:20]是的。事实上,除此之外,还有一个建议是……我认为它还没有被批准,但它正在通过洛杉矶郡政府的努力。那将是由县建立公共卫生委员会。公共卫生委员会将是所有一定规模公司的必要条件。这将是一种分阶段实施的方法,优先考虑不同的商业部门。在不同的地区有大量的投诉和疫情爆发。然后他们会培养员工与不同的公司合作提供关于如何在他们的工作中建立公共健康委员会的信息。这个委员会的目的是分享信息、教育信息和资源,以帮助公司确保他们符合健康办公室的报告。这是正在发展的。 CMTC has been part of these conversations. We've put together listening sessions for many companies to give feedback to the county of Los Angeles about their concerns as these councils are being developed. There will be a phone number, and email, and a website that workers can use to report health office order compliance issues. And so, in addition, these health councils, it's going to also provide a process for certifying and training workers and have a plan to really enforce the adherence of the health office's orders. There's going to be authority and power granted for the enforcement because that has been one of the areas that has been lacking is enforcement of companies that have been non-compliant.

格雷格Profozich [00:24:12]所以,听起来他们采取了相当全面的方法。他们征求输入;他们发布了一些指导方针;他们在寻找有意义的东西;他们也在整个过程中建立意识。所以,任何人都不应该感到惊讶当他们咬牙切齿地要求遵守时如果不遵守标准就会有后果。

艾略特德拉特[00:24:31]完全地。所以,它将是一个逐步的方法。最初,他们将专注于制造业的行业部门,这是一直是食品加工,服装制造,仓储和餐馆的最大问题。因此,他们将执行卫生官员的命令,他们将确保这些公共卫生议定书就到位。他们还考虑了反报例条例,以便员工可以轻松地了解不合规的情况,并且不担心被解雇。所以,我认为在这里牢记的是真正重要的是,如果这些商业部门正在安全地运行,我们只能从这个大流行和开放更多的商业部门恢复。它真的会让我们减缓能力,并且希望能够阻止Covid在不符合不符合不合规的业务的蔓延。我无法告诉你我在过去几个月里都有多少家餐馆,只是为了拿起外卖食物。但是当我展示拿起食物时,我看着回来,我看到很多员工都没有穿着面部覆盖物。所以,他们显然没有认真对待它。 This is a very important public health issue, and it needs to be taken seriously.

Gregg Profozich [00:26:00]绝对的。在新冠疫情的影响下,我们几乎都对工作场所的安全高度警惕。合规则是另一回事。但至少每个人都意识到了。每个人都知道,无论在什么情况下,当他们和别人在一起的时候,他们都应该戴上个人防护装备,不管他们是否这么做。但这只是众多因素中的一个。我们之前提到过职业安全与卫生管理局关注的是前10个名单以及流行病和传染病之外的其他事情。所以,让我们在继续我们的谈话的同时,从更广泛的角度来看。制造商需要做的最大的事情是什么?听起来他们有很多事情要记住。 What are the biggest things? What are the most important ones to focus on? Where do you begin?

艾略特Dratch [00:26:44]我认为这一切都是围绕着制定一个计划并实施这个计划。所以,对于制造企业来说,我们推荐的最佳做法之一就是每天早上走一走工厂。一些公司,他们模仿日本Gemba走路.你穿过工厂。通常情况下,你会寻找任何不正常的东西。你在寻找突出的东西。你在寻找生产率问题。你在寻找质量问题。好吧,现在我们说,除了这些,你应该寻找安全问题和COVID-19合规问题。所有这些都需要融入到你的日常散步中。从哪里开始呢?首先是管理层,这些组织的最高管理层必须认真对待。 So, if top management doesn't lead this from the front, then the employees are going to see that it's not as important as we're saying it is. They're not going to take it as seriously. They're not going to follow through and ensure the protocols are being followed diligently. So, before, you mentioned making safety part of the company's culture. Well, in order to make safety part of the fabric of the company and integrated into their daily operations, management has to talk about it emphatically; they have to talk about it frequently; and they have to make it important. When a manager or a leader of the company walks out to the production floor and sees employees not wearing safety glasses, for instance, they need to stop and say, "Hey, Frank," or Joe, "put on your safety glasses, and set an example for others," and make sure that that approach permeates their business. That's how you change the culture. That's how the best companies have made safety part of how they do business.

格雷格Profozich [00:28:49]不断加强,从顶部的领导,通过示例牵线。

艾略特德拉特[00:28:52]完全正确。这就是食谱,对吧?

格雷格Profozich [00:28:55]在那里。所以,你有一些经验。你已经出去看了很多公司。我们谈到了一些没有人和我们所看到的一些不好的事情。加利福尼亚州的制造公司的一些例子是什么,以确保他们有一个安全的工作场所?如果有的话,这些措施如何影响运营及其表现?

艾略特Dratch [00:29:14]所以,显然,当你花时间离开你的一天来看待安全问题时,它会减慢一些事情。但是你必须相信这是花时间很好,这是一项投资。还有几分钟即可支付股息,因为由于安全问题,您可能会在未来的缺失工作减少。无论是Covid-19还是其他任何东西,你都会有更少的人失踪的工作。而你正在帮助社区,因为当人们在工作中生病时,如果他们感染在工作中,他们会把这种疾病带到家里。他们可能是无症状的。它们可能根本没有症状,但它们可能会向他们的家庭成员传播那些没有能够承受那些疾病的家庭成员。因此,我已经经常看到了这一点的最佳公司。我已经看到了有一些非常好的做法的公司。有一家公司,尤其是Irvine的Alcon Labs。 They have set up in their parking lot a person to screen the employees as they're driving onto the parking lot. They're taking their temperatures. They record the information. They put it in a log. If there were any problems, they're not allowed to come into the facility for the day. There's other companies that have gone through and really reviewed from an engineering perspective the layout of their company. They have made changes to air handling devices. They've put in large fans to increase the volume of air being exchanged in the building on a regular basis. They've actually measured the cubic feet per minute of airflow in the work areas, and they've tried to maximize the airflow through the buildings. There's companies that have really taken seriously the concept of factory cleaning and disinfecting. Not only are they cleaning up, wiping things down at the end of every day, but they use special solutions that have been approved by the EPA and listed as being highly effective against COVID-19. And they are making sure that those solutions are being used at the beginning and the end of every shift. So, there are companies that are going well beyond just using basic PPE. These companies have an active COVID-19 prevention plan. They review it every month about the areas that they found are weak. Whatever it is, they identify the weaknesses, and they put remediation in place to improve.

格雷格Profozich [00:31:52]优秀的。我认为这些是很棒的例子。艾略特,并感谢您分享。当我们包装时,任何其他闭幕度评论?您想要与听众分享的任何事情?

艾略特Dratch [00:32:01]确定。我认为这是值得注意的CDC现在正在考虑缩短其推荐的检疫期。所以,现在,自今年大部分时间我们一直在谈论任何与Covid-19接触的员工,有一个为期14天的检疫期 - 那些是CDC指南 - 他们正在考虑修改,并且我们希望看到对此进行修改。它看起来他们将减少那些有测试的人的隔离期。所以,如果你与Covid-19的某人密切联系,而不是每天隔离14天,那么如果可以与表明你'的考验补充,他们将能够少于14天检疫不到14天经历了负面测试。所以,我认为这真的很棒的消息,我正在等待被编纂。但总的来说,安全严重。它应该是每个制造商的最前沿。如果我们没有严重,那就不会认真。 And the concept of integrating it into our daily work should be what we're all doing.

Gregg Profozich [00:33:16]我想最后,我在想我从这次谈话中得到的主要收获。事实上,面对大流行,我们很容易只关注COVID - 19的安全性,但我们真的必须有一个整体的观点。我们必须审视我们周围快速变化的世界以及快速变化的制造业中的所有不同事物,确保我们有一个全面的安全计划。要做到这一点并确保其有效性的方法之一就是建立安全文化。确保安全是第一位的。将其构建到工作指令中。用它开始会议。做一些实际的、简单的、小的步骤,不要花太多时间,但可以提高它,并把它放在心上。我认为这很重要…你之前提到要以身作则。 Leadership of the company as the role model the behaviors they expect. And they have to require compliance. They have to be willing to step up and remind people that safety procedures require following, and we're expecting you to do it. And that can help build it. They need to have good plans in place. They need to know what they're supposed to do in given situations, and make sure everybody is training around it so that they can execute those plans and maintain as safe a work environment as possible. And I think your last comments really talked about needing to adapt and improve with the change in the requirement for how long quarantine has happen. In the case of a test, that's a change; that's an adaptation. So, now, what does that mean to my plans, and how do I change? So, we have to be ready to adjust those plans and make sure that they continue to be as effective as possible. And so, those are the key things I think that I learned from this conversation, and I really appreciate your time. Great insights. Thank you, Eliot. Have a great day.

艾略特Dratch [00:34:55]非常感谢有机会谈论这一点。

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