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OLD Health & Safety North America

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Transcript of OLD Health & Safety North America

SAFETY RESPONSIBILITY
Each of us are responsible for our own safety, with regard to how we perform our tasks, and how we conduct ourselves.

Watching out for co-workers is also expected.
FRONT and BACK OF HOUSE SAFETY
FIRE AND FIRE PREVENTION
NEVER use chemicals or equipment for which you have not been trained.

Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) per its instructions.

Never Mix Chemicals.

Confirm the label before you use any product, and properly dispose of anything that is not properly labeled.

Chemicals
ASSEMBLY POINTS
Fires can spread or grow very rapidly!
Extinguishers have limited abilities, based on size and the nature of the fire.
Extinguishers function at ranges of out to roughly 12’ and should not be used on large fires, except to assist in evacuating from the area.
Know your limits, and remember that protecting lives is the most important focus in fire situations.
Remember:
Using an Extinguisher is Purely Voluntary.
You may be exposed to smoke and fumes, and will be in close proximity to the fire.
Controlling them reduces the likelihood of accidental fires
Fire requires three elements to exist:
ACCIDENT REPORTING
SLIPS, TRIPS, and FALLS
Pay particular attention to people of questionable behavior or intent;
Report all accidents,
no matter how minor
;
Report all Safety or Fire hazards;
Turn in all lost property, and forward reports of lost property to the appropriate department.
YOUR ROLE IN ENSURING A SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT
Ensure that you ALWAYS:
Sweep
from Side to Side. This allows you to cover the base of the fire.
Squeeze
the Handle. This opens the valve, activating the extinguisher.
Aim
the nozzle. Extend the nozzle, and aim it at the base of the flames.
Pull
the Pin. This allows the valve system to operate
P.A.S.S.
Exit and Escape Routes
Listen for any announcements from the Fire Safety Director
Follow Exit signs, and do not use elevators
Once out of the building, move to your Assembly Point
Stay outside until members of the Fire Brigade / Fire Department let you back in
In all Cases:
Turn off electrical or gas operated equipment
Isolate the area (close doors)
Obtain the posted work schedule
WHEN THE ALARM SOUNDS
When the Alarm System activates, you are expected to:
EVACUATE IMMEDIATELY
FIRE BASICS
If possible, and if they do not require significant additional time:
EXTINGUISHERS: How & When
What do you think of when you hear Health & Safety?
Slips, trips, falls?
Fire?
Accidents?
Cuts?
Boring?
All of the above?
That will change today!
Agenda:
Your Role in Safety
Identifying Hazards
Fire Safety
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Equipment and Chemical Handling
Kitchen and Food Safety
Cyber and Physical Security
Identifying Hazards ...
BAD
Health & Safety ...
Health & Safety
Induction
Safe House
Welcome to the world of health & safety!
Disclaimer:
This presentation contains videos and graphics which some may find disturbing.
Ensure that you familiarize yourself with your Assembly Point and plan an escape route from all areas of your workplace.

Know it, find it, walk it.
Soho House New York
In front of Bill's Burgers, corner of 13th St and 9th Ave
Ludlow House, New York
In front of Tani Shoes, corner of Ludlow St and Rivington St
Soho Beach House, Miami
The beach, via the boardwalk at the back of the property
Soho House Toronto
In front of Rabba Fine Foods, corner of Simcoe St and Nelson St
Soho House Chicago
Parking lot on Halsted St at the back of the property
Soho House West Hollywood
Jaguar parking lot on Sunset Blvd, one block east of Lukman Plaza
Cecconi's West Hollywood
VCA parking lot, northwest corner of Robertson Blvd and Melrose Ave
Little Beach House Malibu
South end of Nobu's parking lot
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Equipment and Chemical Handling
Kitchen and Food Safety

Every incident and/or accident must be reported and recorded.

Report incidents to your shift manager or supervisor or to the night manager overnight (if applicable).

A manager will take an incident report to ensure all pertinent information is on hand and decide on the appropriate medical attention.
Incidents that do not require medical attention must still be recorded for future follow up.

Incidents must be reported and recorded by the end of the shift when the event happened.

Report must be copied to People & Development.
Water, grease, food debris, oil
Q:
What can cause slip accidents?
Not wearing appropriate footwear
Q:
What can cause a wet floor?
Leaking equipment
Wet areas
Spillages
Wet weather
Q:
What should you do if you discover a spillage?
NEVER
ignore it! SEE IT - SORT IT!
Q:
What precautions should you take when at work to avoid slipping or tripping?
Always wear suitable safety footwear
Report any problems or hazards
Take extra care when working in poorly lit areas
Use extra caution when carrying items up or down stairs
Q:
What can cause trip accidents?
Uneven surfaces
Obstructions
Poor lighting may cause someone to trip
Laptop/phone chargers
Vacuum cleaner and other equipment cables
WORKPLACE EQUIPMENT SAFETY
Every day we use equipment at work.
Always inspect equipment before using it
Loose or damaged wires
Signs of burning
Missing or damaged guards
Loose, damaged or missing parts
Report any problems immediately.
DO NOT
use the equipment or attempt to fix it yourself, this could be very dangerous.
Manual Handling & Safe Lifting
1. Stop, think, and position your feet
2. Adopt a good posture
3. Ensure you have a good grip
4. Keep load close to the body
5. Avoid twisting , turning, and bending sideways whilst lifting
6. Put down smoothly and slowly, letting your legs do most of the work
Glass Polishing
Not polishing glasses properly can lead to broken glass and cuts.
Use a soft clean and dry cloth
Make sure the glass is held securely, but not forcefully
With cloth inside the glass, gently rotate the cloth with fingers outside the glass
For best results, polish straight after washing
DO NOT RUSH
If you are not confident, please speak to your manager/supervisor
Glass and Sharps
A separated marked bin should be provided for disposal of breakages and glass
All glass/crockery waste should be placed in this bin; nothing else should be put into this bin
Care should be taken in handling and disposal; suitable protective clothing to be worn
Safe Use of Knives
Cutting Boards
Raw Meat
Fish
Cooked Meat
Salad and Fruit
Vegetables
Bread and Dairy
(white)
Ensure that you are suitably trained and experienced in knife use. If you are in any doubt, check with your manager before you attempt to use a knife.
Only use a non-slip surface
Never attempt to cut frozen food
Use the right knife for the right job
Ensure your knife is sharp
Do not get distracted
NEVER rush
NEVER attempt to catch a falling knife
Always carry a knife with the point down
When walking with a knife be extra aware of hazards (wet floor, obstructions, other employees, etc.)
Water: For use on class A fires ...
wood, paper & fabrics
Wet Chemical : For use on deep-fat fryers ...
ours are installed in the Kitchen's ancillary system
Powder : Used for most fires
Unsafe conditions can be prevented through proper maintenance and care of our work areas.
Unsafe acts are preventable through following safe working practices.
The Statistics:
at least
85%
of workplace accidents result from Unsafe Acts
the remaining
15%
result from Unsafe Conditions
Naked Flames
Candles and fireplaces add to the aesthetic, but they can also be very dangerous ...
Here are some tips to ensure we are using them safely and properly:
Visually check on naked flames regularly
Monitor and control misuse by guests
Keep away from walls or other combustible material
Tea lights must have a holder, and fireplaces must have a guard
Naked flames are never to be left in unattended areas: bathrooms, coat checks, etc.
Know how to correctly and safely light and extinguish flames
Managers to follow a close down procedure and check all candles are extinguished
Your SUPPORT & COOPERATION make a difference
Please speak with your manager if you have any additional questions, comments or concerns..

We are all here to assist in providing a safe and secure working environment.
THANK YOU
ALLERGY PROCEDURE
This policy is in place at our sites worldwide.
Please familiarize yourself with it and speak to your manager should you have any questions.
Security
Cyber security
Do not send sensitive data over email - e.g. members'/customers private information
Never write down passwords or share your MICROS card
Store any files on shared drives rather than your hard disk if you use work computers
Be careful when opening emails from unknown senders - if in doubt ask IT before you touch it
Treat your computer, company mobile or other company devices as if they were your own.
Physical security
Look out for unusual packages, people and suspicious behavior – if you’re not sure, report it
Keep equipment locked away when not in use. If you are working around a site, never leave your computer unattended or in a public space, remember to always lock your screen
Ensure any internal doors you have access to are locked when not in use and be secure with any door codes. Change them regularly.
External doors are to be properly secured as directed by your manager
Make sure anyone requesting access to back of house or non-public areas is authorized to do so, don’t be afraid to challenge!
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