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  • 1. ACCIDENT & INJURYACCIDENT & INJURY PREVENTIONPREVENTION .... MS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNINGMS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING SAFETY & LOSS CONTROLSAFETY & LOSS CONTROL

2. WHY THE GOAL HAS TO BEWHY THE GOAL HAS TO BE ZEROZERO 3. ACCIDENT & INJURYACCIDENT & INJURY PREVENTIONPREVENTION SafetySafety: the condition of not having to: the condition of not having to undergo any loss, damage or injuryundergo any loss, damage or injury Keys to a safe workplaceKeys to a safe workplace:: Safe Attitude thoughts, feelings, emotionsSafe Attitude thoughts, feelings, emotions Safe Behavior reflection of attitudeSafe Behavior reflection of attitude Safe Conditions hazard mitigation, codesSafe Conditions hazard mitigation, codes Communication two-way streetCommunication two-way street Learning from mistakes accident investigationLearning from mistakes accident investigation 4. SAFE ATTITUDESAFE ATTITUDE Keep your mind on the jobKeep your mind on the job Dont take chances / shortcutsDont take chances / shortcuts Manage your timeManage your time Resist pressure to be unsafeResist pressure to be unsafe Change boring routinesChange boring routines Take personal responsibilityTake personal responsibility 5. Reflection of a positive safetyReflection of a positive safety attitude:attitude: 6. Reflection of a positive safetyReflection of a positive safety attitude:attitude: 7. SAFE BEHAVIORSAFE BEHAVIOR Keep a neat, clean work areaKeep a neat, clean work area Wear personal protective equipmentWear personal protective equipment Use proper body mechanicsUse proper body mechanics Heed safety / warning signsHeed safety / warning signs Attend and participate in safety meetingsAttend and participate in safety meetings 8. Housekeeping is a behavior thatHousekeeping is a behavior that reflects a safe attitudereflects a safe attitude 9. SAFE BEHAVIORSAFE BEHAVIOR Ask for training if neededAsk for training if needed Provide training if askedProvide training if asked Build safety into every jobBuild safety into every job Learn from mistakesLearn from mistakes Yours as well as othersYours as well as others Purpose of accident / injury investigationsPurpose of accident / injury investigations 10. Unsafe behavior leads to unsafeUnsafe behavior leads to unsafe conditionsconditions 11. SAFE CONDITIONSSAFE CONDITIONS Worksite Analysis / Loss Control VisitWorksite Analysis / Loss Control Visit Identify Hazards, then:Identify Hazards, then: Remove / Repair Guard Use PPE WarnRemove / Repair Guard Use PPE Warn Identify needs required for safetyIdentify needs required for safety Communicate needs, hazards, solutionsCommunicate needs, hazards, solutions Follow established codesFollow established codes Life Safety, Fire, OSHA, DOT, UniversityLife Safety, Fire, OSHA, DOT, University 12. UnsafeUnsafe vs.vs. SafeSafe 13. Unsafe ConditionsUnsafe Conditions Post a warningPost a warning Make a coverMake a cover 14. Dont sit there!Dont sit there! 15. COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION Staff safety meetingsStaff safety meetings Tail-gate safety meetingsTail-gate safety meetings Toolbox safety meetingsToolbox safety meetings Pre-work safety briefingsPre-work safety briefings Safety CommitteesSafety Committees TrainingTraining Any time unsafe attitudes, behavior orAny time unsafe attitudes, behavior or conditions are present!conditions are present! 16. Post & Heed Warning SignsPost & Heed Warning Signs 17. COMMUNICATIONCOMMUNICATION Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Right to Know StationRight to Know Station Hazard IdentificationHazard Identification Handling and StorageHandling and Storage Exposure Control / Personal ProtectionExposure Control / Personal Protection First Aid measuresFirst Aid measures moremore 18. Accident Investigation & Follow-UpAccident Investigation & Follow-Up Who?Who? What?What? When?When? WhereWhere ?? Why?Why? How?How? was injured involved witnessed?was injured involved witnessed? happened job doing equipment?happened job doing equipment? did injury take place day & time?did injury take place day & time? did the accident/injury take place?did the accident/injury take place? did this set of circumstances causedid this set of circumstances cause this injury to this person ?this injury to this person ? can we prevent this from happeningcan we prevent this from happening again?again? 19. KEYS TO INJURYKEYS TO INJURY PREVENTIONPREVENTION Safe Attitude thoughts, feelings, emotionsSafe Attitude thoughts, feelings, emotions Safe Behavior reflection of attitudeSafe Behavior reflection of attitude Safe Conditions hazard mitigation, codesSafe Conditions hazard mitigation, codes Communication two-way streetCommunication two-way street Learning from mistakes accidentLearning from mistakes accident investigation, and follow-upinvestigation, and follow-up 20. ANY QUESTIONS?ANY QUESTIONS? "There are risks and costs to a program of action, but they are far less than the long-range risks and cost of comfortable inaction." President John F. Kennedy