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Frontiers June 2014 Issue

38 Frontiers June 2014 Making Boeing safer Since its launch at the start of 2013, Go for Zero has driven safety deep into nearly every aspect of Boeing’s daily activity. Accomplishments include: Integrating safety at every level of the company, including weekly safety updates to the Boeing CEO Requiring all managers to establish safety goals Analyzing every major incident for root causes, and applying corrective action and lessons learned across the enterprise Completing more than 30,000 safety work orders received by the Shared Services Facilities team and more than 2,600 tooling safety requests Enacting new processes for working in high-hazard situations including: || Aircraft towing || Chemical processes || Work done at heights || Confined spaces || Machining || Work near overhead cranes || Work with explosive materials || Work with hazardous energy || Parking lots and walkways, for vehicle and pedestrian safety Establishing consistent companywide standards for the use of safety glasses, high-visibility vests and electronic devices Conducting regular team safety conversations to recognize successes and identify opportunities to continuously improve workplace safety


Frontiers June 2014 Issue
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