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Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
Office safety with visual exam at end
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Office safety with visual exam at end

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Office Safety for Classroom Environment. There are visual exams at the end of the PowerPoint.

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  • 1. Office SafetyMontgomery County ATC
  • 2. Team Effort Accept responsibility for your own safety Abide by all the rules Do not depend on Office Manager to ‘make you adhere’ to the rules No horseplay Inoperable machines should be reported Report accidents ASAP
  • 3. Office Safety Considerations Aisle Ways Clear of  Use step stools Clutter  Desks clean and clear Machines  Cables and cords neat File cabinets  Safe Lifting Rules Paper Shredders/  Designated Areas Cutters  Procedures for First Aid kits Emergencies Know Accident  Don’t panic! Procedures Shelving clutter free
  • 4. Classroom Safety Know evacuation drills Equipment Repairs Internet Acceptable Use Clean Workstation Return Materials to Proper Location
  • 5. Aisle Ways Clear of Clutter Personal Items should be clear of pathways File folders should be placed on appropriate carts, tables, desks
  • 6. Machinery Turn off all machinery before opening. Secure lose clothing, jewelry and/or hair before working with machinery. Report any defaults or repairs to appropriate person.
  • 7. File Cabinets Heavy items should be in the lowers shelves to prevent tipping Drawers should be closed when not in use Cabinets should be locked when not in use (if locks are available) Items should be neat Weight should be distri- buted evenly
  • 8. Paper Shredders/Cutters Focus on your task Be careful Secure lose clothing, jewelry and/or hair when operating paper cutters Turn off and unplug electric paper cutters to remove jams Most accidents occur because of carelessness
  • 9. First Aid Kits Know where first aid kits are located Kits should be placed in a designated and labeled area Check the kit every 3 months to assure you have proper items Replenish the kit frequently
  • 10. Shelves/Step Stools Shelving should be free of clutter  Assure shelves are secured  Items on shelves are neat and well organized  Labels are used for efficiency in locating items on shelves Use step stools or ladders if you cannot reach  Do not climb on top of tables to reach  Do not use chairs with wheels
  • 11. Desks Clean and Clear Desks should be litter free Keep your desk organized and clutter free Be sure to put things up when stepping away from your desk At the end of the day, clean your desk up completely. An organized space is an efficient place to work
  • 12. Cables/Cords Cords should not be piggy backed into the electrical outlet with extension cords. Cables should be neatly tucked away but not bent. X Cords should be free of any aging or exposed wires. Never handle cords around wet surfaces or hands. Never unplug wires by pulling on the cords.
  • 13. Safe Lifting Rules Size up your weight Bend from the knees Keep back straight Kneel down with one knee touching the floor for proper weight distribution If too heavy, use a dolly or cart See if there’s a safety belt to use
  • 14. Designated Areas Exit signs are marked with red letters Storage areas will be marked as well Supplies will have a designated area No Smoking
  • 15. Procedures for Emergencies Fire Exit Procedures Earthquake Procedures Tornado Warning Procedures Lock Down Procedures Accident Procedures Follow the instructor’s directions  Designated person to get another teacher  Call 911
  • 16. Internet Use (For School) Appropriate Use – Always Rule of Thumb Inappropriate site appears  X off site  Report to teacher Inappropriate Uses are not tolerated for school use – UNLESS Your Teacher has GIVEN YOU PERMISSION  Streaming Music  You Tube  Third Party Email Accounts  Personal Websites  Chat Software  My Space
  • 17. Classroom Procedures Return All Materials in Proper Locations  Stapler  Tape Dispenser  Scissors  Glue, etc In Boxes/Out Boxes Handouts Chairs are to be kept at the workstation No Cell Phones
  • 18. Examine How many violations can you find?
  • 19. What is Wrong With the Desks? Can You ID?
  • 20. Safety Test Please take both safety tests. Keep at your desk.

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