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acknowledged by letters of commendation or by use of the established procedures of
the incentive awards program (RI part 361).
Outstanding actions by individuals or groups to prevent or minimize a hazardous
condition or major equipment damage should be brought to the attention of the Chief,
Division of Engineering, code D-5200, Denver Office, for consideration of recognition
at regional, Reclamation or national levels.
The key to motivation with an awards program is the prestige associated with the
presentation and possession of the awards. The desired effect is that each potential
awardee personally feels the recognition, appreciation, and respect that the award
represents. To accomplish this, the award presentation should be carefully planned
with emphasis on publicity through newspapers, press releases, and internal Bureau
information channels, commenting on the significance of incident-free performance of
power operations on the recipients of the awards.
REGIONAL ANNUAL SUMMARY REPORT
In order to assure management awareness and emphasis on the operating training
program, an annual summary report by members of the regional staff is recommended
for each attended facility in its operating area. The summary report should cover status
of updating of SOP's; training in safe clearance and equipment operating procedures
and SOP's; status of annual certification of switchmen; and preparation, distribution,
discussion of reports of employee incidents and miscues, and discussion of reports
of special recognition, and special awards. The annual summary report should be used
as a management tool in each region to assure that important phases of the
operations improvement program are not overlooked and to assess effectiveness of
improvements and corrective measures taken. These summaries should be available
on request in each regional office.
This Information is Reprinted From UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE
INTERIOR BUREAU OF RECLAMATION