SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY
Think safely, act safely and wear safety equipment
Things to think about when on the job.
Dress properly - clothes not too loose or too tight
Always unplug by the plug
Always bend at the knees
Align your left foot with the box and your right foot behind
Keep your back straight
Learn now to prevent one of the most common workplace accidents before you end up paying out in huge claims!
Make sure workers are wearing proper footwear for their work area. If necessary, provide them with the correct footwear.
Use mats and rugs where spills of liquids are likely. Make sure the edges are beveled to prevent tripping and the mat has slip resistant backing.
Make sure stairs are in good working order. Handrails are secure and step edges are easy to see. Avoid using colorful carpet patterns on indoor stairs. Outdoor stairs must be slip resistant and should have striping on each step.
Buy the right flooring for the right work situation. Different flooring has different slip resistance. Ask about slip resistance when buying.
Always use the handrail
Mark hazardous spots by for example placing a chair over it
Clean any spills
Use wet floor signs and block off area with rope
Wear proper shoes ex. running shoes
Dealing With Chemicals
Wear safety equipment such as gloves and goggles
Keep lids fastened
Follow label instructions
Clean up spills
Use a safety check list
Keep an accident report
Define your task
Identify hazards or any problems you may see
Find a solution to solve that problem
Eliminate the hazard
What M. S. D. S. covers
Chemical Identity - always read labels
Health hazards - be sure not to smell or taste chemical
Safety precautions - always use gloves and goggles
The following procedures are followed
* use of personal protective equipment
Fire Safety & Prevention Program