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AAPA 15 th Road Construction and

Surfacing Health & Safety

Conference

Safety at Fulton Hogan

Tony Aloisio

October 2012


A bit of history on Fulton Hogan….

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The journey so far

• Fulton Hogan started business in 1933

• Bob Hogan on the job – West Coast, NZ.

•John Fulton –“If you can’t manage safety, you can’t

manage.”

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History - 79 years of

expansion

1933

1940

1950’

s

1970’

s

1980’

s

1990’

s

Julius (Jules) Fulton & Robert (Bob) Hogan formed Fulton Hogan in

Dunedin, NZ

WWII – critical shortage of manpower and bitumen ceasing construction

works

Fairfield Asphalt and Maxwell Bros

Tasman Asphalt, Marlborough Asphalts, British Pavements, NZ

Entered Australia with 80% share in Rowe Asphalt (1981), purchased

remaining shared in 1985

Tasman Howie Earthworks (1985), Reliable Group (1989), NZ

Expanded organically through CPP, NZ

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History (cont)

2000

RoadCare JV commences in WA – Fulton Hogan & PRS

2002

2004

2005

2007

2008

2009

Standard Roads and Astec – staff numbers in Aus grew from approx

40 to 400 – traded as FRH

Central Precast, Vic

Belmadar Construction, NSW

Tylden Quarry, Vic

Rebranded Australia as Fulton Hogan

PMP, SA & NT

Specialised Tanker Transport

Pioneer Road Services

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Employee Growth

7000

6000

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

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Continual Growth in Australia

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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Group Safety

Total Injury Frequency Rate

70

60

50

ZERO HARM FOCUS

40

30

NZ TIFR

Aust TIFR

Group TIFR

20

10

0

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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ZERO HARM

• focuses on improving one day at a time

We are now more

interested in lead

indicators

The target

The achievement

The measures

The tools

“If it’s not a Zero Harm Day, make it so tomorrow”

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Step Change Improvement

70

Total Injury Frequency Rate

60

50

40

30

20

NZ TIFR

Aust TIFR

Group TIFR

ZERO HARM FOCUS

10

0

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

NZ TIFR

Aust TIFR

Group TIFR

0

2013 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2018 2012

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Jeff Kunst – 16 August 2011

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Richard McGavin – 10 May 2012

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Journey to Zero Harm

• Safe Plant

• Safe Systems

• Safe Behaviours

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The key to good Safety

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Safety Leadership Behaviours

4 key safety leadership behaviours

1. Role modelling Consistent safety behaviour –an

informed and fair culture

2. Prioritise safety No shortcuts, balancing competing

demands – promoting learning and

adaptability

3. Actively source safety data Gain knowledge, know where to go for

information and best practice – e.g.

Working Safely with Bitumen. An

informed organisation

4. Build and maintain trust Be active – listen and respond.

Promoting a reporting and responsive

culture

If you see a safety risk – STOP it! Never walk past.

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Critical Risks

• 5 Critical Risk Work Groups – on average 70% of Fulton Hogan’s incidents

fall within these 5 risk groups.

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Expectations & Consequences

• Publicise and launch the

Golden Rules

• Rigorously implement

• Apply in a fair, consistent

and just way.

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“Having a go” – Three Points of

Contact

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Key Challenges for success of this

forum:

• What can we as key stakeholders do to create the

conditions for step change improvement in safety

performance

• FH commitment

• Actively participate

• Share knowledge and stories

• Seek to learn from others

• There are some things we can do as individual

organisations, and others where a collective industry

commitment can achieve so much more.

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Can we make a difference

•Mobile Plant & Equipment

• Focus on people and Reversing session

•Traffic

• Focus on Worksite Design session

One month at FH

www.fultonhogan.com

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