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Kiken Yochi Training (KYT)
Julie Branaman & ASI Team Members
Safety/Environmental Manager
Arvin Sango, Inc.
Safety Commitment: I promise to never
stop trying to help our members
recognize the importance of safety………
at home, work or elsewhere!
• Supplier for Toyota. Manufacture exhaust systems,
manifolds, stampings, sub-assemblies, & catalytic converters.
• Approximately 950 members, 7 facilities, located
in Madison, IN. Campbellsburg, KY. Henderson, TN.
London Ontario, and San Antonio TX.
Main plant is in Madison, IN.
• Parent company is Sango Co., Ltd. (Japan)
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• The work being performed at ASI consists
of somewhat difficult and higher risk type
activities. For example welding, stamping, cutting,
bending and we have a lot of manual material
handling. This requires our members to be
very attentive to safety while performing
their daily duties.
ASI
2000 – 2015 History of Safety
2016
Safety  
Performance
Total Injuries
17
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We strive to improve safety
2009 Our safety
performance was
improving but our
goal was to prevent
all injuries
Started to 
teach our 
members 
about and 
implement KYT 
in 2010 
2016 
Performance
IR – 1.1
Accidents Are Rare Events!
Recordable
1
10
First Aid
Injury With No
Treatment
With KYT 
this is the 
level that  
we are 
working 
towards
30
Near
Misses
600
Behaviors/Potential Hazards
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With a strong focus on Hazard 
Recognition
we hope our members will be 
able to better  recognize 
potential hazards.
KYT
Kiken Yochi (hazard prediction) training,
is a Japanese activity used to motivate
members to recognize and predict hazards.
It develops sensitivity to unsafe conditions
or hazardous situations. Thus, improving the
ability to better recognize.
• The activity forces the worker to think
about the consequences of an accident.
• This activity increases the motivation of
workers to practice in teams.
• It uses meetings to sharpen awareness
of what constitutes danger.
• Members share information on hazards and
improve their problem solving capabilities by
working to find solutions during this short meeting.
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KYT
• We implemented our KYT program by following
the basic procedures practiced by Sango.
• We feel that it is very important to follow these
4 rounds, if we want to receive the full
benefits of the activity.
• Our first step was to develop a group of leaders.
The leaders helped to develop and implement
our program.
• We implemented with a strong message that all members
understand, if an imminent danger is ever recognized
the line will immediately shut down and call supervisor. Would
require immediate elimination or correction.