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BIG JOE COMMITTED TO SAFETY AWARENESSS

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Susie Batchelor

on 18 December 2015

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Transcript of BIG JOE COMMITTED TO SAFETY AWARENESSS

BIG JOE HANDLING SYSTEMS
COMMITTED TO SAFETY AWARENESS

Topics
Access to employee exposure and Medical Records
Safety Management (IIPP)
Emergency Action Evacuation & Fire Prevention
Eye Wash Station & Safety Shower
General Awareness-First Aid
Accident Investigation & Reporting
Safety Management (IIPP) Injury Illness Prevention Program
EMERGENCY ACTION & EVACUATION & FIRE PREVENTION
Emergency Response Team will be identified in January 2015, and First Aid CPR training will be provided for those members.
First Aid & Emergency Response
Location of First Aid Kits
What are in them
ACCESS TO EMPLOYEE EXPOSURE & MEDICAL RECORDS
Employees and their designated representative have a right of access to relevant exposure and medical records; and to provide representatives of OSHA a right of access to these records to fulfill responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
Medical Records are filed in the Human Resource Office and only appropriate managers has access to it. A copy of these records are available to employees and authorized representatives of the employee.
Please contact Susie Batchelor to request to see your medical records.
WHERE TO GO
When an evacuation is required, please exit the building and meet on the grass area by the street of the main company entry.
While exiting.. be aware of your surroundings... aware of employees who are still in the building. This may be vital information for emergency response team or fire department.
EVACUATION MAP
This is an on going program through out the year designed to establish clear company safety goals and objectives.
Defines Safety Officers (Susie Batchelor and Steve Ortiz)
Establishes a Safety Committee which helps to inspect, inform, and improve safety.
On Going Company Inspections
Formal and Informal
OSHA Posting Requirements (Cafeteria)
Emergency # Police 510-483-400, Fire 510-264-4046 & Ambulance 510-264-4046
Facility Safety: Exits provided, Marked, free of obstructions, lighted, operating properly
Housekeeping: work area clean, well ventilated, aisles cleared, adequate passage, structure properly secured.
Electrical: properly grounded, cords good condition/covered, electrical panels kept clear, etc.
Condition of Equipment: On going inspection.
Fire Protection: Proper storage, Smoking signs enforced.
EMPLOYEE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Personal Protective equipment, glasses, gloves, steal toes shoes, etc.
Proper training on equipment
No horse playing
No hand held phone conversations while driving, no texting while driving.
Follow the speed limits, as well as all other driving regulations.
Report to work with appropriate attire
Take the time to be aware of surroundings and activities.
When working at clients sites, be aware of safety exits, signs, first aid kits, etc.
Communicate all safety concerns to Safety Officers, Susie Batchelor or Steve Ortiz.
BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS
HANDOUT
ACCIDENT REPORTING AND INVESTIGATION
Report Occupational Injury to your manager and Human Resources.
Injury at work Process & Procedure are right outside HR Office Door
Life Threatening Situation Call 911
Injured employee should be sent to our Occupational Clinic located: 27200 Calaroga Avenue, Hayward CA 94545.
Call them at 510-264-4046 o notify them if possible
Our Worker's Comp Policy # BIWC601757
Give employee the "State of California-Notice to Employees Injuries Caused By Work" form
Give Injured employee the DWC1 form to complete within 24 hours of the injury.
Complete the Employer's Report of Occupational Injury or Illness Form. Managers complete what you can and HR will complete the rest.
Complete the Supervisor's Report
Complete the Witness Report
Lastly Managers and Safety Officers will follow up with and investigation report and adjust Safety Plan Accordingly when necessary
How to use a Fire Extinguisher
Additional Topics for Technicians
Compressed Gas Cylinders
Hazard Communication
Pneumatic Tools Handout
Lock Out Tag Out
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