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  1. School Safety Training New Employee Safety Orientation

  2. Notice • This presentation is provided to all Educational Service District 101 (ESD 101) schools at no cost. • This presentation contains copyrighted materials purchased by ESD 101 for the exclusive use of training school personnel within ESD 101. • This presentation may not be reproduced except to print “handouts” or “notes pages” for use during training within ESD 101 school districts. • If the school district does not have Microsoft’s PowerPoint software available, a PowerPoint viewer can be downloaded from the internet at no cost. • Questions may be directed to the ESD 101 Risk Manager.

  3. Safety Statistics • Fourteen thousand Americans die from on-the-job accidents every year • A worker is injured every 19 seconds • Most accidents occur within an employee’s first six months on a new job

  4. Safety Orientation Goals • Accident Prevention Program (Safety Program) • Emergency Information • Safety Awareness Issues • Quiz

  5. Safety Policy and Record • Safety policy • Safety and doing your job go hand in hand • Employees are expected to promote safety, report unsafe conditions, and ask a supervisor if unfamiliar with a chemical, tool, or machine • Management provides a safe work environment and continually works to prevent injuries • Safety record • What is this school’s record?

  6. School District Responsibility • Establish and supervise: • A safe and healthful working environment • A written Accident Prevention Program • Safety and health training programs • Equipment that meets WISHA safety and health standards • Records of occupational injuries/illnesses

  7. Safety Training • Employee Safety Orientation • On-the-Job training • Departmental Safety Meetings • A Hazard Communication program • Emergency Evacuation Plan • A Fire Prevention Plan • A Bloodborne Pathogens Program • Other job-specific programs as determined by a Job Hazard Analysis

  8. Safety Communication • Safety Bulletin Boards • Safety notices • Safety suggestions

  9. Safety Committee • Conducts safety inspections • Investigates accidents • Reviews safety policies and procedures • Reviews work conditions for accident prevention • Reviews and responds to safety suggestions and questions

  10. Safety Rules • General safety rules • Observe all safety warning signs • Maintain housekeeping • Keep emergency equipment accessible • No horseplay • Wear required PPE • Disciplinary actions ?????????????

  11. Safe Clothing - PPE • Don’t wear loose clothing • Don’t wear jewelry • Wear protective shoes such as hard leather with slip-resistant soles (steel toes and shanks are a plus) • Obtain prescription safety glasses • Tie back long hair

  12. Personal Protective Equipment • PPE required throughout the facility • PPE required in specific departments • Recommended PPE • Issuance of PPE

  13. Safety Orientation Goals • Accident Prevention Program (Safety Program) • Emergency Information • Safety Awareness Issues • Quiz

  14. Accidents and Injuries • Promptly report each workplace injury or occupational illness to: • Your supervisor and, • ESD 101 Claims Administrator @ 509-789-3516 or 1-800-531-4290 • Fill-out and submit an Incident Report Form • Near-miss reporting • Accident investigation • Return-to-work program

  15. First Aid • Personnel are trained and certified in first aid and CPR • First-aid kit locations • Safety shower and eyewash stations • Bloodborne pathogen program • MSDS

  16. Reasons for Evacuation • Natural disasters (e.g., flood, earthquake) • Man-made disasters (e.g., a bomb) • Fire, Smoke, Explosion • Chemical release • Violent intruder incident • Other?

  17. Fire Prevention • Emergency action plan • Fire Detection & Alarm System • Fire prevention training • Potential fire hazards • Fire prevention • Fire response (Call 9-1-1)

  18. Hazardous Chemicals • Hazard communication training • Locations and uses of hazardous chemicals • Labels • Material safety data sheets (MSDS) • Storage cabinets • Ask your supervisor • Detecting a chemical release • Emergency response (Call 9-1-1) • Chemical disposal

  19. Evacuation Procedures • Recognize the evacuation signal and listen for instructions • Shut down equipment using the emergency stop • Go directly to the nearest safe exit • Proceed to the assembly area

  20. Safety Orientation Goals • Accident Prevention Program (Safety Program) • Emergency Information • Safety Awareness Issues • Quiz

  21. Poor Safety Habits Safety Don’ts: Fool around/show off Ignore a safety hazard Shut off or circumvent a machine safeguard Become overconfident in your job Assume safety is someone else’s job The Results: Lost work time and/or forced retirement Painful injuries and/or death Productivity losses Lost educational opportunities Wasted educational dollars

  22. Housekeeping • Slip and trip hazards • Access to exits, fire fighting equipment, and electrical panels. • Keep aisles and stairwells clear • Reduce accumulation of combustibles

  23. Back Problem Statistics • Eighty percent of Americans suffer back injuries requiring medical attention • Thirty percent of all industrial injuries involve the back • Back injuries are often the result of years of abuse at work, home or at play. • In addition to missed work, there could be a lifetime of pain

  24. Back Safety Tips Don’t lift more than 50 pounds by yourself When reaching up, don’t overextend If standing in one place, put one foot on a footrest Push—don’t pull Squat—don’t bend Turn—don’t twist To reduce back pain—see your doctor To prevent back pain—consider exercise and a healthy diet.

  25. Forklift Traffic • Walk along side of aisles (let forklifts have center of aisles) • Listen and look for horn sounds, warning lights, and backup alarms • Don’t approach a forklift until the operator indicates that it is safe to do so • Forklifts steer from the rear • Never ride on a forklift, be lifted by a forklift, or fool around near a forklift

  26. Safety Orientation Goals • Accident Prevention Program (Safety Program) • Emergency Information • Safety Awareness Issues • Quiz

  27. Facility Walk-through • Exits, evacuation routes, alarm pull stations • Fire extinguisher locations • First-aid kits • MSDS location(s) • Safety showers and eyewash stations • Areas where special PPE is required

  28. Quiz • What causes the typical back injury?____________________________________ • What is hazardous about wearing loose clothing to work? ____________________________________ • Horseplay is OK at work as long as you are off the clock. True or False • When is it safe to shut off or circumvent a machine safeguard? ____________________ • What kind of PPE is required or recommended in your department? ____________________________________

  29. Quiz (cont.) • Where can the minutes of the Safety Committee meeting be found? ____________________________ • Housekeeping is needed only to keep the facility looking nice. ___________True or False • Describe the evacuation assembly area of your department:_____________________ • It is not important to report a near miss or close call because no one was hurt. ________________________ True or False • In addition to a fire, what else could trigger an evacuation of the facility? _________________

  30. Quiz Answers • Back injuries are typically the result of years of abuse. • Loose clothing can get caught in machinery. • False. Horseplay is never acceptable while on school district property. • It is never safe to shut off or circumvent a machine safeguard. • The PPE required or recommended for each department will be different.

  31. Quiz Answers (cont.) • Safety Committee Minutes are posted on the safety bulletin boards. • False. Housekeeping maintains access to emergency equipment and prevents the accumulation of combustible materials. • This may be different for each department. • False. Reporting a near miss will prevent an injury from happening to someone else. • Chemical release or natural disaster.