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  1. SAFETY

  2. SAFETY It is EVERYONE’S Responsibility!!

  3. Why do we study safety?

  4. Why do we study safety? • It is REQUIRED

  5. Why do we study safety? • It is REQUIRED • And it is required BEFORE any team member can operate any piece of equipment.

  6. Reasons for Safety Instructions To help you: • Develop an awareness of hazards and become more safety conscious at school, work or at home.

  7. Reasons for Safety Instructions To help you: • Develop a serious attitude toward the use and practice of safety procedures

  8. Reasons for Safety Instructions To help you: • To prepare for safety before entering the work area, in the work area, at a workstation and on leaving the work area

  9. Reasons for Safety Instructions To help you: • To recognize safety symbols, color codes and safety equipment

  10. Make Safety a Habit!!!

  11. 14 – 24 Year Olds

  12. Highest Risk for ACCIDENTS and to HURT on the job site

  13. How do you avoid this?

  14. Follow the “uncomfortable” factor or the Gibbs rule: Follow your gut feeling

  15. Most Safety Rules are Common Sense

  16. Formula for Common Sense

  17. Training & Knowledge X Life Experiences X Focus & Attention = Common Sense

  18. OHSA

  19. Occupational Safety and Health Administration

  20. In Georgia … only covers PRIVATE INDUSTRIES. Do NOT cover state or public industries.

  21. Georgia does not have is version of OHSA to oversee safety and health program in state or public industries.

  22. Recognizing Hazards

  23. What is a Hazard?

  24. What is a General Hazard? A general hazard is a dangerous situation that could cause an accident.

  25. What is a Job Hazard? A job hazard is anything at work that can hurt you, either physically or mentally.

  26. What is the Difference? Not much, in fact they are intertwineable. Remember the goal is to be safe everywhere (home, work and play)

  27. Trivia: Accident, Maryland was one of the early settlements in the far west of Maryland.

  28. Three Types of General Hazards

  29. Immediate Hazard A situation that is visible and presents an immediate danger.

  30. Potential Hazard A situation that is visible but could become dangerous if combined with other situations or events.

  31. Hidden Hazard An existing dangerous situation that is hidden from obvious view.

  32. Activity List and Categorize as many general hazards as you can recognize in the Smith's basement

  33. Safety Identification

  34. What are the … Immediate Hazards?

  35. Immediate Hazards

  36. Immediate Hazards Internal injury, abrasion, fractured rib...

  37. Immediate Hazards

  38. Immediate Hazards Tripping, falling

  39. Immediate Hazards

  40. Immediate Hazards Tripping, falling

  41. Potential Hazards A

  42. Potential Hazards A + B

  43. Potential Hazards A + B C +

  44. Potential Hazards A + B + C The combination of low lighting, tripping over paint can and the broken stair rail COULD combine for a serious injury.

  45. Hidden Hazards

  46. Hidden Hazards Open cans..paint and solvent fumes Breathing Hazard & Possible explosion

  47. Hidden Hazards

  48. Hidden Hazards Possible mold and mildew - Health hazard

  49. Hidden Hazards Where does this extension cord go?