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Copy of New Employee Orientation - Draft
Transcript of Copy of New Employee Orientation - Draft
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Training & Development
What is your name?
What is your position at FirstService Residential Nevada?
Do you live in a HOA?
How did you find out about us?
Where you grew up?
What you do for fun?
What is your favorite movie?
What We Do
Community & Lifestyle Services
Community & Lifestyle Services
What is a
Common Interest Community
Role of the Board of Directors
Role of Management
Administration & Communication
Maintenance and Compliance
Types of Associations
Limited Purpose Associations
How We Grow
Corporate Training Facilitator
Employee Handbook Review
Protection on the Job
OSHA standards are rules that describe the methods that employers must use to protect their employees from hazards. There are OSHA standards for Construction work, Agriculture, Maritime operations, and General Industry, which are the standards that apply to most work sites. These standards limit the amount of hazardous chemicals workers can be exposed to, require the use of certain safe practices and equipment, and require employers to monitor hazards and keep records of workplace injuries and illnesses. Examples of OSHA standards include requirements to: provide fall protection, prevent trenching cave ins, prevent some infectious diseases, assure that workers safely enter confined spaces, prevent exposure to harmful substances like asbestos, put guards on machines, provide respirators or other safety equipment, and provide training for certain dangerous jobs.
A PPE is a device needed to protect you from harm these type of devices can be gloves, safety glasses or goggles, up to protective clothing.
Depending on your position of employment at FSR PPE may or may not be needed, your supervisor will make that determination and provided you with the appropriate training if needed.
Personal Protection Equipment
Pictograms and Health Hazards
All contracts and agreements must state that the contractor/vendor will follow all
OSHA rules and regulations.
Contractors and Vendors
Senior Vice President
Business Development & Client Relations
Prism Global Management
Currently Being Re-designed
For more user-friendly navigation
In the near Future:
Virtual and in-person employee trainings
for all departments
Board member seminars
Internal Talent Database
A written hazard assessment was conducted on the areas, job duties and sites to determine if and where hazards exist and the appropriate control measures to be put into place to ensure the safety of our employees. These measures may have included where, when and what type of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) was needed, policy, environmental or procedural changes.
What is SDS
The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires chemical manufacturers, distributors, or importers to provide Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) (formerly known as Material Safety Data Sheets or MSDSs) To communicate the hazards of hazardous chemical products.
All Chemicals have labels and a SDS Sheet from spray bottles up to the drums.
You should always read the label before use. Never use a chemical unless you have been taught by your supervisor what it is for and how to use it and ALWAYS READ the label before use.
No personal cleaning chemicals or personal office products
Safety is Everyone's Responsibility
FirstService Residential Nevada
Deliver exceptional service and solutions that enhance the value of every property and the lifestyle of every resident in the communities we manage.
Our values are the foundation upon which FirstService Residential is built and serve to guide each of us every day.
– the heart and soul of our company –
share these values.
Manager Development Program