Get ATude Developed by Southern California Schools Risk

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Get A‘Tude Developed by Southern California Schools Risk Management JPA

Get A‘Tude Developed by Southern California Schools Risk Management JPA

Safety Starts the 1 st Day l l l Safety is especially important for

Safety Starts the 1 st Day l l l Safety is especially important for new employees Take safety seriously from the very beginning One key to Safety – Your Safety Attitude

Work Injury Stats l About 10, 000 workers die from on-the job accidents every

Work Injury Stats l About 10, 000 workers die from on-the job accidents every year l A worker is injured every 19 seconds

Consequences l Lost time from work l Painful Injuries & Death l Loss of

Consequences l Lost time from work l Painful Injuries & Death l Loss of Productivity l Accidents are Costly

Safety Training l l l Safety Training – Understand hazards & how to protect

Safety Training l l l Safety Training – Understand hazards & how to protect against them Don’t try to do job if not trained Take training seriously, pay attention, & put to use Safety Training

Hazard Recognition l l Safety Starts with Identifying Hazards Some Hazards: - Chemicals -

Hazard Recognition l l Safety Starts with Identifying Hazards Some Hazards: - Chemicals - Untidy Work Areas - Back Injuries - Machinery - Lack of PPE - Electricity

Hazard Recognition l Ask Yourself If Situation Might Be Hazardous – l Never Ignore

Hazard Recognition l Ask Yourself If Situation Might Be Hazardous – l Never Ignore A Hazard –

Avoid Unsafe Acts l Only YOU can prevent unsafe acts – Don’t - Cut

Avoid Unsafe Acts l Only YOU can prevent unsafe acts – Don’t - Cut corners - Remove safety equipment - Fool around on the job - Do a job without training - Think safety applies only to others - Ignore unsafe acts of others

Avoid an Unsafe Attitude l An unsafe attitude can cause a serious, even fatal,

Avoid an Unsafe Attitude l An unsafe attitude can cause a serious, even fatal, accident

Avoid an Unsafe Attitude l Examples of unsafe attitudes: - Complacency – Automatic Pilot

Avoid an Unsafe Attitude l Examples of unsafe attitudes: - Complacency – Automatic Pilot - Emotions - Fatigue - Distractions - Carelessness or Know It-All Attitude - Substance Abuse

Safe Attitudes BE l l l INFORMED SERIOUS ABOUT SAFETY ALERT FOCUSED TEAM-ORIENTED FIT

Safe Attitudes BE l l l INFORMED SERIOUS ABOUT SAFETY ALERT FOCUSED TEAM-ORIENTED FIT This Year: 0 LOST DAYS FROM ACCIDENTS

Safe Workplace l Contribute to Safety -Cooperate with Safety Inspections -Identify Improvements -Make Safety

Safe Workplace l Contribute to Safety -Cooperate with Safety Inspections -Identify Improvements -Make Safety Suggestions -Learn 1 st Aid/CPR -Help New Employees -Set a Safe Example

Safety Around the Clock l Safety – On and Off the Job l Safety

Safety Around the Clock l Safety – On and Off the Job l Safety in the Home

Everyone is Responsible 1. 2. 3. 4. Look & take action Know & follow

Everyone is Responsible 1. 2. 3. 4. Look & take action Know & follow rules & procedures Keep work areas clean Stay alert, pay attention, don’t become careless

What is an Unsafe Act?

What is an Unsafe Act?

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