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Injury and Illness Prevention Manual Handling HSE Prsentation HSE Professionals.ppt

  1. Injury and Illness Prevention
  2. 2 Injury and Illness Prevention  What do we need to know to avoid injury and illness in our workplace?
  3. 3  The responsibilities of – The Management – The Employee’s Supervisor – The Employee – All personnel aware  Ways to Correct Workplace Hazards  MSDS  Company’s Employee Health and Safety Injury and Illness Prevention
  4. 4 Responsibilities of the HSE Manager •Ensuring that Project Management is aware of all accidents which have occurred, and all hazards which have been observed. •Working with the management to address Project-related safety concerns Responsibilities
  5. 5 Responsibilities of the HSE Manager •Assisting in the coordination of required health and safety training •Maintaining copies of Safety Meeting minutes and other safety-related records Responsibilities
  6. 6  Communicating to their staff the Company’s emphasis on health and safety  Ensuring periodic, documented inspection of workspaces under their authority  Promptly correcting identified hazards  Modeling and enforcing safe and healthful work practices Responsibilities of the Supervisors Responsibilities
  7. 7  Responsibilities of the Supervisors  Providing appropriate safety training and personal protective equipment  Implementing measures to eliminate or control workplace hazards Responsibilities
  8. 8 Responsibilities of the Supervisors Stopping any employee’s work that poses an imminent hazard to either the employee or any other individual Encouraging employees to report health and safety issues to the Safety Committee without fear of reprisal Responsibilities
  9. 9 Employee’s Responsibilities  Observing health and safety- related signs, posters, warning signals and directions  Reviewing the building emergency plan and assembly area Responsibilities
  10. 10 Employee’s Responsibilities  Learning about the potential hazards of assigned tasks and work areas  Taking part in appropriate health and safety training  Following all safe operating procedures and precautions Responsibilities
  11. 11 Using proper personal protective equipment  Warning co-workers about defective equipment and other hazards Responsibilities
  12. 12  Reporting unsafe conditions immediately to a supervisor, and stopping work if an imminent hazard is presented  Participating in workplace safety inspections Responsibilities
  13. 13  Tagging unsafe equipment “Do Not Use Until Repaired,” and providing a list of alternatives for employees to use until the item is repaired Correcting Workplace Hazards
  14. 14  Stopping unsafe work practices and providing retraining on proper procedures before work resumes Correcting Workplace Hazards
  15. 15  Reinforcing and explaining the need for proper personal protective equipment and ensuring its availability  Barricading areas that have chemical spills or other hazards and reporting the hazardous conditions to a supervisor Correcting Workplace Hazards
  16. 16  Storage or placement of objects in aisles, below knee level, or on other “office-type” floor surfaces.  Overflowing, heavy wastebaskets.  Dust accumulations.  Maintaining condition of office equipment and work area.  Orderly arrangement in all areas, especially storage.  Storage must be 18” or more below sprinkler heads. Housekeeping
  17. 17 Prevent a potential injury by cleaning up spills and wet floors. Keep isles and walkways clear of clutter or obstructions. Pick up objects and move extension cords to eliminate the potential for injury. Housekeeping