Examples of Unsafe Act in a sentence
Daily hazard reporting (Unsafe Act, Unsafe Condition) from other GMCAC department.
A Serious Unsafe Act is defined as an act by an employee which places another person at substantial and immediate risk of death or serious injury requiring hospitalization or which places property at substantial and immediate risk of serious damage.
An Unsafe Act is defined as an act by an employee that puts the employee, another person or property at risk of injury or damage.
That is, with HFACS we determine whether the individual (Preconditions for an Unsafe Act), the line supervisor (Unsafe Supervision), and-or management (Organizational Influences) had the responsibility for preventing the error.
The answer to this question could be a combination of factors such as: it was put there inadvertently (HFACS: Unsafe Act – Skill-based Error); it was put there intentionally to allow the helmsman to do another task (Unsafe Act – Routine Violation); or perhaps it was left on autopilot too long, due to inadequate bridge team coordination (Precondition – Substandard Practices – Crew Resource Mismanagement).
As opposed to a traditional probability-based risk assessment, the DEF working group employed a human factors taxonomy to go beyond ‘how’ the events happened, and drive to the ‘why.’ The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) framework was the chosen framework.1 HFACS Level 1 assesses the Unsafe Act and is divided into two categories: errors and violations.
In summary, HFACS Precondition for the Unsafe Act was classified as Physical Environment.
A.7.28 All associate partners are expected to report Unsafe Act / Unsafe Condition / Near Miss Reporting and carry out BBS for their employees.
In general a heavy monetary fine will be deducted straight from the contractor’s bill for each violation of Safety Rules / Unsafe Act / Unsafe Condition observed, for each First-Aid injury, for each Lost Time injury / Near Miss Accident and for each fatality.
Unsafe Act - Performance of a task or other activity that is conducted in a manner that may threaten the health and/or safety of an individual.