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Trains on HazCom, PPE, Fire Prevention, Emergency Evacuation, Prop. 65

Trains on HazCom, PPE, Fire Prevention, Emergency Evacuation, Prop. 65

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  • 1. Presented By: Ken Pretell Safety Engineer November 12 & 13, 2001
  • 2. SAFETY TRAINING AGENDA
  • 3. INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN (IIPP)
    • Responsibility Plan - The Safety Engineer Compliance - All Employees Enforcement - Management
    • Code of Safe Practices - Appendix A of IIPP - General Safety Rules
    • Training is provided for: - All New Employees - New Job Assignments - New Processes/Substances - Newly Identified Hazards - Requests & Refreshers - Company & Regulatory
  • 4. INSPECTIONS AND RECORDKEEPING
  • 5. ACCIDENT REPORTING
    • ALL Accidents must be reported IMMEDIATELY to your Supervisor.
    • Close Calls or Near Misses should also be reported, so that accidents might be avoided.
    • Always complete an “Employee Accident Report” form before leaving work.
    • Supervisors will complete a report, which will be used during the Accident Investigation.
    • Cooperate fully with any Accident Investigation, so that a Corrective Action can be determined.
    • If there is an injury, the Supervisor will notify the Nurse. If the Nurse is not present, the Supervisor or a trained individual will administer any required First Aid and determine if additional medical attention is required.
  • 6.
    • SAFETY COMMITTEE
    • Representatives from All areas.
    • Meets Monthly to review Action Items and Accident Investigations.
    • Members are responsible for keeping employees in their Department informed on current issues.
    • MACHINE / EQUIPMENT OPERATION
    • Do not operate any machinery or equipment unless you have been Trained and Authorized to do so.
    • MAKE SURE that all guards are in place.
    • Don’t wear loose clothing, jewelry or long hair.
    • NEVER reach into or over moving machinery for any reason.
    • Be certain power is shut OFF (electrical and air) and machine has stopped completely before oiling, cleaning or adjusting .
    • NEVER OPERATE ANY MACHINE WITH THE SAFETY INTERLOCKS IN “BYPASS” MODE (Except during Set-Up Procedures).
  • 7.
    • FORKLIFTS, CRANES & TRAINS
    • Look, Listen and Live!
    • Use Extreme Caution at Blind Corners and Aisles.
    • Never walk in front of or behind a moving forklift or train unless you are SURE the operator sees you and is yielding.
    • NEVER walk under raised forks or a crane’s load.
    • Only Safety-Certified and Authorized Operators.
  • 8.
    • LOCK-OUT / TAG-OUT
    • Operators and Supervisors must Tag Out any machine that poses a hazard to employees.
    • Maintenance Department is responsible for Locking Out dangerous equipment until repairs are completed.
    • NEVER attempt to operate any machine that has been Tagged Out or Locked Out.
  • 9. CONFINED SPACES
    • NEVER ENTER Any Confined Space at this facility unless authorized to do so.
  • 10. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
    • Responsibility - Safety Engineer and Department Supervisor
    • GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
    • Eyes - Safety Glasses (Permanent Side Shields Required - NO TINT).
    • Feet - Acceptable Footwear - No Canvas/Cloth, Clogs, Jellies, Moccasins, sandals, slippers or thongs.
    • Ears - Hearing Protection required in some areas; available for all.
    • Hands - Gloves for specific tasks (never around moving machinery.
    • Head - Hardhats for falling objects.
    **** EXCEPTIONS: Office, Cafeteria, Break and Rest Rooms.
  • 11. SPECIFIC PPE REQUIREMENTS
  • 12. PPE - MANDATORY FOOTWEAR AREAS
    • Mandatory" footwear must have oil resistant soles and comply with the requirements and specifications listed in the American National Standard for Personnel Protection - Protective Footwear (ANSI Z41-1983) i.e., steel-toe shoes.
  • 13. FIRE PREVENTION AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
    • RESPONSIBILITY:
    • Safety Engineer - Oversees the Fire Prevention Plan.
    • Manager of Facilities - Maintains all Fire Prevention equipment and systems (extinguishers, sprinklers, alarms, etc.).
    • Area Managers & Supervisors ensure that:
      • All flammable and combustible hazards are properly disposed of, handled and stored.
      • All potential sources of ignition are properly controlled.
      • Good Housekeeping is practiced by all employees.
    • SMOKING IS:
    • Not permitted inside ANY building.
    • Currently permitted only in designated outside areas (Signs are posted).
    • NEVER allowed around any flammable material storage areas.
    • PERSONAL ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT IS NOT ALLOWED
    • Any electrical device that is NOT provided by the Company.
    • Battery-operated is OK (if it needs to plug in - don’t bring it).
  • 14.
    • FLAMMABLE/COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
    • Never handle unless properly trained by your Supervisor.
    • Always use electrical grounding and bonding for transfer of flammable liquids.
    • NEVER use flammable liquids within 25 feet of a possible ignition source (flame, spark, engine, etc.).
    • Use only what you need for each day, and store in an approved Safety can.
    • Dispose of combustible waste in approved/covered waste containers.
    • COMPRESSED GASES
    • Gases and cylinders containing them are HAZARDOUS because they may be flammable, explosive or reactive.
    • Never handle unless properly trained and authorized by your Supervisor.
    • When used indoors, ensure that the area is protected by automatic fire sprinklers.
    • Cylinders and related equipment must be clearly labeled.
    • Store securely with other compatible gases. Ensure that protective devices are in place.
  • 15.
    • HOT WORK PERMITS
    • Issued by the Manager of Facilities (or designated rep).
    • For any operations involving Welding, Cutting, Torch other activity that produces Flame or Spark that can cause the combustion or explosion of materials being worked on.
    • Some Protective Measures include:
      • Covering or Shielding
      • Removing combustible debris
      • Posting a Fire-Watch during activities
      • All outside Contractors must comply with ITT Cannon Fire Prevention policies
  • 16. EMERGENCY EVACUATION
    • Review the Evacuation Map in your work area.
    • KNOW YOUR ROUTE AND STAGING AREA! Staging Areas are color-coded.
    • If you are away from your normal work area during an Evacuation, go to the NEAREST Staging Area and report to the Supervisor of that area.
    • Managers & Supervisors will account for all individuals in their work area. Facilities and Security will perform final area sweeps to ensure that all personnel and visitors have evacuated.
    • NEVER re-enter a building until your Supervisor gives approval.
  • 17. HAZARD COMMUNICATION (HazCom) PROGRAM
    • Program Responsibility - Safety Engineer
    • Chemical Inventories & Updates - EH&S Department
    • Communication Methods:
      • Container labeling and other forms of warning.
      • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs).
      • Employee education and training.
    • All new hazardous materials are reviewed by EH&S per ITT Cannon’s Introduction of Hazardous Materials Practice.
    • Identification and Detection of Hazards is accomplished through review of MSDS, manufacturers’ information, Regulatory standards, workplace inspections and exposure monitoring.
    • All on-site Contractors/Suppliers must also comply with the ITT Cannon Hazard Communication Program.
  • 18. MSDS LOCATIONS
    • SOUTH GATE GUARD SHACK
    • NURSE’S MEDICAL OFFICE
    • EH&S DEPARTMENT
  • 19. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
  • 20. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
  • 21. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
  • 22. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYSTEM (HMIS) LABELING
    • Chemical Name (Trade Name)
    • BLUE = Health (0,1,2,3,4)
    • RED = Flammability (0,1,2,3,4)
    • YELLOW = Reactivity (0,1,2,3,4)
    • WHITE = Personal Protection (PPE)
  • 23. PROPOSITION 65 Presented By: Bill Litten Environmental Engineer November 12 & 13, 2001
  • 24. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS Presented By: Karen Townsend Occupational Health Nurse November 12 & 13, 2001
  • 25. LEAD CADMIUM BERYLLIUM Presented By: Bill Litten Environmental Engineer November 12 & 13, 2001

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