You may also download the submission form as a pdf and fill it out manually. Here is the link to the downloadable submission form: Point Recognition Submission Form
Starting May 1st!
Beginning May 1st, you may visit http://www.pointrecognition.com to view your personal rewards account, browse the online award catalog and learn about the way you can earn points. The website keeps track of the points you've earned and spent.
Points are earned by YOU for your safe actions and behaviors that are in the spirit of MEC’s core values & safety performance goals.
We are excited to use this rewards program to show our appreciation and let you know how valuable your contribution is to our shared mission.
MEC will contribute 5,000 points into your account on May 1st, to get you started!
Each month you will be awarded a predetermined amount of points for each criterion that is achieved, submitted and approved. What’s important is that, each month that MEC has a safe period of no preventable accidents, you will automatically receive a minimum number points, recognizing your safety contribution to the program. But you are also able to earn additional points!
Here’s how it works:
Point Recognition Criteria
No Preventable Incidents (Automatic Each Month) = 5,000 Points
A Preventable Incident is deemed as one in which the employee did not do everything reasonable to avoid it. (ALL First Aid Injuries and vehicle incidents <$100 are excluded) Note: No submission or form is required for this category.
Voluntary Training Course = 1,250 Points
A Voluntary Safety Training Course is one that is attended (on-line or instructor Led) and completed by the employee and is at least 1 Hour in length resulting in a certificate or card being issued. A copy of the certification of completion must be submitted to the safety department for credit.
Near Miss Report = 1,250 Points
A Near Miss is an unplanned event that did not result in injury, illness, or damage – but had the potential to do so. Only a fortunate break in the chain of events prevented an injury, fatality or damage. A Near Miss must be documented on a company form with suggested corrective actions & submitted to the safety department for credit.
Safety Suggestion = 1,250 Points A Safety Suggestion is a constructive idea that defines an existing problem and proposes a detailed, reasonable solution. A suggestion must be an original idea and must call attention to a specific problem, and must include a specific solution in order to be eligible. Safety Suggestions must be documented on a company form and submitted to the safety department for credit.
Stop Work Authority = 1,250 Points
Stop work authority (SWA) empowers employees to intervene if and when they see situations that are unsafe or they see others engaged in unsafe behaviors. There will be no adverse effect (blame or punishment) levied on the person taking such action. The employee will also receive appreciation or recognition by management for it. Stop Work Authority must be documented on a company form, corrective actions identified, implemented and submitted to the safety department for credit.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- What if I leave the company voluntarily, can I still redeem my points? Answer: Yes, if you voluntarily leave the company, you will have 90 days to redeem your points.
- What if I am terminated from the company, can I still redeem my points? Answer: No, if you are terminated from the company you cannot redeem your points.
- Can I lose points? Answer: Yes, if you are involved in a preventable incident you will lose the allotted points (5000) for the month the incident occurred.
- Are there other ways for me to lose points? Answer: Yes, 2500 points will be deducted for the following reasons:
- Company Safety Violation
- A moving violation received while operating a Company Vehicle
- A confirmed “How’s My Driving” call.
- Can I share or combine points with another employee? Answer: No.
- What do I need to submit each month? Answer: You will receive 5000 Points automatically each month if you are not involved in a “preventable” accident. There is no submission required. If you want additional points each month, you will need to submit the required information explained on the introductory page.
- What is a First Aid Injury? Answer: First aid refers to medical attention that is usually administered immediately after the injury occurs and at the location where it occurred. It often consists of a one-time, short-term treatment and requires little technology or training to administer. First aid can include cleaning minor cuts, scrapes, or scratches; treating a minor burn; applying bandages and dressings; the use of non-prescription medicine; draining blisters; removing debris from the eyes; massage; and drinking fluids to relieve heat stress.
- Where do I submit my Point Recognition Submission Form? Answer: After you complete the Point Recognition Form and it is signed by your Supervisor you can submit to:
- Jeffrey Phillips
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: 661-258-9024
- Mail: P.O. Box 278
Edwards AFB, CA 93523
- Who do I call if I have questions about the Point Recognition Program or form?
- Jeffrey Phillips
- Phone: 661-258-8060
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Is the Point Recognition Program available to all employees? Answer: No, Superintendents, Estimators & Administrative Employees are not eligible for this program.
- What are the minimum hours I need to work each month to accrue points? Answer: You must work at least 130 Hours to be eligible to receive points.