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Cert III Graphic Prepress (ICP30210) Final Assessment Task for Occupational Health and Safety

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Role Play - Induction Process for new employees

  1. 1. INDUCTION PROGRAM Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S)
  2. 2. COMPANY POLICY Blakey’s Graphic Design is committed to continuously improve the management and standards of OH&S Duty of care to protect the health and safety of employees, contractors and visitors on premises and worksites
  3. 3. C O M M I T M E N T F R O M E V E RYO N E Follow standard safety policies and procedures Report unsafe conditions and hazards immediately Support one another to enable a safer working environment Look for improvements in practises
  4. 4. W H O TO S E E A B O U T O H & S Your Manager or Team Leader • They must provide you with information about workplace health and safety • They need to show you how to do your job safely Safety Committee • Regular meetings to discuss safety issues and concerns Human Resources / Organisational Development Department • General Safety and any worker’s compensation queries
  5. 5. WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY Medical Emergency • Call an ambulance on 000 • Notify the Manager and designated first aid officer immediately • The Manager will arrange assistance to the injured party and will coordinate emergency services personnel
  6. 6. EMERGENCIES CONT’D Fire/Explosion • If minor fire, use fire extinguisher within training limits to safely extinguish fire • If too large, call the Fire Brigade on 000 • Notify the Manager or Fire Wardens immediately • Raise alarm and evacuate other personnel from vicinity • The Manager or Fire Warden directs all staff and visitors to designated emergency evacuation points • The Manger/Fire Warden is to coordinate emergency services personnel to the location
  7. 7. EMERGENCIES CONT’D Spills of diesel or other liquids • In the event of a product spill, the source of the spill should be deactivated immediately (if safe to do so) • Stop further loss of product (liquid or solid) from areas i.e. contain and protect from drains, roadways or nearby nature areas. Use portable bunting and/or material from the Spill Kit as required (spill kit to be maintained at all sites where practicable) • Immediately advise your Manager
  8. 8. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) PPE is a necessary protective measure to safeguard our employees. Required PPE items will be supplied by Blakey’s Graphic Design and replaced as required upon request or in accordance with the replacement schedule All PPE is to be used, maintained and stored in accordance with instructions from the manufacturer/supplier
  9. 9. H I G H R I S K WO R K – J O B S A F E T Y A N A LY S I S ( J S A ) All high risk and non-routine work (not covered by a SOP) with greater than moderate risk is covered by the JSA process All contractor work on the organisations work sites and premises must be approved via a JSA
  10. 10. ERGONOMICS Office based employees receive instruction on setup of their workstation during the induction process Employees may request an ergonomic assessment by contacting the HR Department The assessment will be undertaken by a qualified occupational therapist
  11. 11. MANUAL HANDLING Blakey’s Graphic Design provides training in safe manual practices for staff on a regular basis Where practicable equipment is provided to help reduce the risk of manual handling injuries in the workplace
  12. 12. FIRST AID There are designated First Aid Officers in the workplace First Aid Kits are available at the workplace and in all company vehicles All kits get inspected by St John Ambulance every two years to ensure items are still in date and kits restocked
  13. 13. REPORTING HAZARDS AND INCIDENTS Incident, issue and hazard reporting, investigation and corrective action are a critical element of Blakey’s Graphic Design safety program. Typical examples of problems include: • Equipment failures or problems • Training issues • Hazards requiring attention • Safety or environmental incidents • Injuries/illnesses • Suggestions for improve • Non-compliance to policies and procedures
  14. 14. IF YOU SPOT A HAZARD… Take immediate action to minimise the risk to yourself and others, if safe to do so Tell your Supervisor or Manager immediately Fill in a Hazard Report form and give it to your Supervisor or Manager Monitor progress If you aren’t satisfied with what has been done to improve safety or the time taken, tell the Manager
  15. 15. INCIDENT REPORTS These reports need to be raised WITHIN 24 hours of an incident (including near misses that had the potential to result in an injury, property damage or environmental harm) Incidents should be reported on the incident report form Serious injuries and incidents are to be reported immediately to the Supervisor or Departmental Manager
  16. 16. SERIOUS INCIDENTS AND A DV I C E T O WO R K C OV E R Any serious injuries or near misses must be reported to WorkCover in writing within 24 hours There is to be no interference with the scene of the incident until permission is received from a WorkCover Inspector unless to save life, relieve suffering or to prevent damage to property or injury to persons Works are not to continue on the activity involving the incident/accident until authority is received from the Departmental Manager
  17. 17. W H A T T O D O I F YO U A R E I N J U R E D A T WO R K Get first aid as soon as possible Tell your supervisor as soon as possible Make sure you complete an incident form Get a worker’s compensation medical certificate from the doctor who treats you Ask your supervisor for a worker’s compensation claim form Fill in the details in the worker section of the claim form Remove and keep the brown copy of the medical certificate and the claim form Give your supervisor the rest of the claim form, the medical certificate and any accounts for treatment