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  • 1. This studio is committed toOH&S and asks that all staff takethe proper care while doing their work OH&S (Occupational Health and Safety) is important for ensuring your work can be done safely
  • 2. Before you start work you will beshown the location of fire exits and emergency meeting pointsAll staff must behave responsiblyand report anything outlined in our booklet Important numbers to remember• First aid 123 123 123• Security officers 321 321 321• Safety officer 213 213 213
  • 3. All new employees are requiredto read our safety booklet which is available at the front desk This will cover our safety procedures and what to do in the case of emergencies and injuries
  • 4. • Employers must ensure people at the workplace are not exposed to health and safety risks• Employees must do their work while acting responsibly with the health and safety of themselves and others
  • 5. John Johnson is our safety representative If you feel that any equipment isn’t safe then report it to him immediately All safety hazards should be reported immediately
  • 6. In the event of an injury you MUST report it!Keep records of injuries and report them to workplace standards
  • 7. Some examples of what and what not to do• Back strain - Use a chair that allows good posture• Fire – Follow the fire plan to exit the building• Spills – Clean spills up immediately to avoid falls• Lifting – Do not lift heavy objects by yourself• Electricity – clear the area and advise john johnson• Eye strain – take a break from looking at the screen• Loose wires – Move wires from trouble areas• Natural disaster – follow the plan to exit building• Power outage – Follow instructions to exit the building
  • 8. Further reading Safety Institute of Australia http://www.sia.org.au/ WorkCover Tasmaniahttp://www.workcover.tas.gov.au/

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