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Information about New Employee Safety Orientation

Published on January 29, 2008

Author: Beamer

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New Employee Safety Orientation

Session Objectives You will be able to: Understand your role in safety and security Get safety information Identify, fix, and/or report safety hazards Prevent and respond to fires and other emergencies Respond to accidents and give first-aid Evacuate the facility safely

You will be able to:

Understand your role in safety and security

Get safety information

Identify, fix, and/or report safety hazards

Prevent and respond to fires and other emergencies

Respond to accidents and give first-aid

Evacuate the facility safely

Session Objectives (cont.) You will be able to: Apply ergonomics to job tasks Lift and transport items safely Use protective equipment Understand machine safety Understand basic electrical hazards Recognize chemical hazards

You will be able to:

Apply ergonomics to job tasks

Lift and transport items safely

Use protective equipment

Understand machine safety

Understand basic electrical hazards

Recognize chemical hazards

Safety Statistics 5,500 workers die from injuries each year Annually, 1.3 million workers miss work days from injuries Employees with fewer than 5 years on the job have 37% of illnesses and injuries

5,500 workers die from injuries each year

Annually, 1.3 million workers miss work days from injuries

Employees with fewer than 5 years on the job have 37% of illnesses and injuries

Your Role in Safety Company goal is an accident-free workplace Your role: Participate in safety training Report hazards, incidents, and near-misses Ask for help Company uses incentives and discipline to promote safety

Company goal is an accident-free workplace

Your role:

Participate in safety training

Report hazards, incidents, and near-misses

Ask for help

Company uses incentives and discipline to promote safety

General Safety Rules Obey all warning signs Follow all safety procedures Do not take shortcuts Do not engage in horseplay Use common sense

Obey all warning signs

Follow all safety procedures

Do not take shortcuts

Do not engage in horseplay

Use common sense

Your Role in Security DJJ goal is a safe workplace Follow security procedures—keep doors locked, don’t lend out your I.D, respond to alarms Report security concerns—unlocked doors, strangers, suspicious mail Cooperate with investigations

DJJ goal is a safe workplace

Follow security procedures—keep doors locked, don’t lend out your I.D, respond to alarms

Report security concerns—unlocked doors, strangers, suspicious mail

Cooperate with investigations

Where to Get Safety Information Bulletin boards Safety supervisors Safety committee Specific safety information

Bulletin boards

Safety supervisors

Safety committee

Specific safety information

Identify Safety Hazards Keep your eyes open for safety hazards Fix what you can Report what you can’t fix Suggest ideas for safety improvement

Keep your eyes open for safety hazards

Fix what you can

Report what you can’t fix

Suggest ideas for safety improvement

Good Housekeeping Keep clear access to evacuation routes, emergency exits, fire-fighting equipment and first aid stations, and electrical panels Keep walkways and aisles clear Close drawers and doors Dispose of trash promptly and properly

Keep clear access to evacuation routes, emergency exits, fire-fighting equipment and first aid stations, and electrical panels

Keep walkways and aisles clear

Close drawers and doors

Dispose of trash promptly and properly

Your Role in Safety—Any Questions? Any questions about: Your role in safety? Your role in security? Where to get safety information? How to identify hazards? How to practice good housekeeping?

Any questions about:

Your role in safety?

Your role in security?

Where to get safety information?

How to identify hazards?

How to practice good housekeeping?

Common Fire Hazards Office equipment and supplies Paper and cardboard, office equipment, and smoking Electrical wires and equipment Overloaded outlets, frayed wires or cords, and extension cords Chemicals Flammable liquids, solvents, gases

Office equipment and supplies

Paper and cardboard, office equipment, and smoking

Electrical wires and equipment

Overloaded outlets, frayed wires or cords, and extension cords

Chemicals

Flammable liquids, solvents, gases

Fire Response Know location of fire extinguishers Know how to use extinguisher: Pull the pin Aim hose at fire base Squeeze trigger Sweep hose back and forth

Know location of fire extinguishers

Know how to use extinguisher:

Pull the pin

Aim hose at fire base

Squeeze trigger

Sweep hose back and forth

Accident Response Call for professional help (or inform supervisor) Call in-house emergency contact Give emergency first aid Report incident Cooperate with investigation

Call for professional help (or inform supervisor)

Call in-house emergency contact

Give emergency first aid

Report incident

Cooperate with investigation

First Aid Do a primary survey and check ABCs Airway Breathing Circulation Perform CPR, if certified Do a secondary survey Call for medical professional Protect against BBPs

Do a primary survey and check ABCs

Airway

Breathing

Circulation

Perform CPR, if certified

Do a secondary survey

Call for medical professional

Protect against BBPs

Evacuation Procedures Recognize evacuation signal Listen for instructions Shut down equipment Follow nearest safe exit route Proceed to assembly area

Recognize evacuation signal

Listen for instructions

Shut down equipment

Follow nearest safe exit route

Proceed to assembly area

Any Questions? Fire prevention Fire response Accident response First aid procedures Evacuation procedures

Fire prevention

Fire response

Accident response

First aid procedures

Evacuation procedures

Ergonomics Do: Adjust your workspace Use a neutral position Take breaks Do exercises Keep fit

Do:

Adjust your workspace

Use a neutral position

Take breaks

Do exercises

Keep fit

Ergonomics (cont.) Don’t: Slouch or slump Use awkward positions Use wrong tools for tasks Reach and stretch for items

Don’t:

Slouch or slump

Use awkward positions

Use wrong tools for tasks

Reach and stretch for items

Back Safety Assess load and route Lift safely: Bend at knees Pull load close to body Face your load – don’t twist your body Let legs do lifting by standing with back straight Don’t overextend when reaching Use a footrest if standing for long periods

Assess load and route

Lift safely:

Bend at knees

Pull load close to body

Face your load – don’t twist your body

Let legs do lifting by standing with back straight

Don’t overextend when reaching

Use a footrest if standing for long periods

Materials Handling Assess load and route Choose the right equipment Hand truck Powered vehicles Conveyors Hoists and derricks Load equipment safely Push—don’t pull Wear personal protective equipment (PPE)

Assess load and route

Choose the right equipment

Hand truck

Powered vehicles

Conveyors

Hoists and derricks

Load equipment safely

Push—don’t pull

Wear personal protective equipment (PPE)

Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing Wear required PPE Wear PPE in required areas, even if only passing through Inspect PPE Get a good fit Maintain PPE properly Store PPE properly

Wear required PPE

Wear PPE in required areas, even if only passing through

Inspect PPE

Get a good fit

Maintain PPE properly

Store PPE properly

Electrical Hazards Do: Use plugs that fit outlet Check wire and cord insulation Make sure electrical connections are tight Keep flammables away from outlets Keep clear access to electrical boxes

Do:

Use plugs that fit outlet

Check wire and cord insulation

Make sure electrical connections are tight

Keep flammables away from outlets

Keep clear access to electrical boxes

Electrical Hazards (cont.) Don’t: Overload outlets Fasten cords with staples, nails Run cords through water Touch cords with wet hands Use damaged cords Use ungrounded cords

Don’t:

Overload outlets

Fasten cords with staples, nails

Run cords through water

Touch cords with wet hands

Use damaged cords

Use ungrounded cords

Hazardous Chemicals Right to know Hazardous chemicals list Labels Material safety data sheets

Right to know

Hazardous chemicals list

Labels

Material safety data sheets

Hazardous Chemicals (cont.) Ask safety supervisor Report chemical spills Follow chemical disposal requirements

Ask safety supervisor

Report chemical spills

Follow chemical disposal requirements

Any Questions? Ergonomics Safe lifting and transporting PPE Electrical safety Chemical safety

Ergonomics

Safe lifting and transporting

PPE

Electrical safety

Chemical safety

Key Points to Remember Play your role in safety and security Look for hazards Report hazards Use common sense Respond safely to emergencies Follow your facility's safety procedures

Play your role in safety and security

Look for hazards

Report hazards

Use common sense

Respond safely to emergencies

Follow your facility's safety procedures

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