Chapter One  Introduction to Safety
Responsibility for Safety
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Responsibility for Safety cont’d
Your Company’s Safety Program
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Safety Committees
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d New Employee Orientation
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d New Employee Orientation cont’d
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Bulletin Boards / Communication
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Bulletin Boards / Communication
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training cont’d
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training cont’d
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training cont’d
Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Incentive Programs
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions Unsafe Acts
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Acts cont’d
Fig. 1-1. Accident pyramid
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Acts cont’d
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Acts cont’d
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
719.01-02 Fig. 1-2. Unsafe conditions in the plant
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
719.01-03 Fig. 1-3. Typical inspection checklist
Recognizing Hazards
Recognizing Hazards Electrical Hazards
Recognizing Hazards Chemical Hazards
Recognizing Hazards Mechanical Hazards
Recognizing Hazards Environmental Hazards
Recognizing Hazards Health Hazards
719.01-04  Fig. 1-4. Four basic industrial hazards
Health Hazards
Health Hazards
719.01-05 Fig. 1-5. Entrance of toxic substances into the body
Health Hazards
Health Hazards
Health Hazards
Health Hazards
Health Hazards
Health Hazards
<ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>719.01-06 </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Fig. 1-6. Correct method of lifting
Types of Accidents
Types of Accidents
Types of Accidents
Types of Accidents
Types of Accidents
Types of Accidents
Accident Investigation
Accident Investigation
<ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>719.01-07 </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Fig. 1-7. Typical accident investigation report form
Handling Emergencies
Handling Emergencies
Handling Emergencies
Handling Emergencies
Safety Off the Job
Safety Off the Job
Safety Off the Job
 
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Chapter 1

  1. 1. Chapter One Introduction to Safety
  2. 2. Responsibility for Safety
  3. 3. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  4. 4. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  5. 5. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  6. 6. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  7. 7. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  8. 8. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  9. 9. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  10. 10. Responsibility for Safety cont’d
  11. 11. Your Company’s Safety Program
  12. 12. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Safety Committees
  13. 13. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d New Employee Orientation
  14. 14. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d New Employee Orientation cont’d
  15. 15. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Bulletin Boards / Communication
  16. 16. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Bulletin Boards / Communication
  17. 17. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training
  18. 18. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training cont’d
  19. 19. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training cont’d
  20. 20. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Training cont’d
  21. 21. Your Company’s Safety Program cont’d Incentive Programs
  22. 22. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions Unsafe Acts
  23. 23. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Acts cont’d
  24. 24. Fig. 1-1. Accident pyramid
  25. 25. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Acts cont’d
  26. 26. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Acts cont’d
  27. 27. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
  28. 28. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
  29. 29. 719.01-02 Fig. 1-2. Unsafe conditions in the plant
  30. 30. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
  31. 31. Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions cont’d Unsafe Conditions cont’d
  32. 32. 719.01-03 Fig. 1-3. Typical inspection checklist
  33. 33. Recognizing Hazards
  34. 34. Recognizing Hazards Electrical Hazards
  35. 35. Recognizing Hazards Chemical Hazards
  36. 36. Recognizing Hazards Mechanical Hazards
  37. 37. Recognizing Hazards Environmental Hazards
  38. 38. Recognizing Hazards Health Hazards
  39. 39. 719.01-04 Fig. 1-4. Four basic industrial hazards
  40. 40. Health Hazards
  41. 41. Health Hazards
  42. 42. 719.01-05 Fig. 1-5. Entrance of toxic substances into the body
  43. 43. Health Hazards
  44. 44. Health Hazards
  45. 45. Health Hazards
  46. 46. Health Hazards
  47. 47. Health Hazards
  48. 48. Health Hazards
  49. 49. <ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>719.01-06 </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Fig. 1-6. Correct method of lifting
  50. 50. Types of Accidents
  51. 51. Types of Accidents
  52. 52. Types of Accidents
  53. 53. Types of Accidents
  54. 54. Types of Accidents
  55. 55. Types of Accidents
  56. 56. Accident Investigation
  57. 57. Accident Investigation
  58. 58. <ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>719.01-07 </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Fig. 1-7. Typical accident investigation report form
  59. 59. Handling Emergencies
  60. 60. Handling Emergencies
  61. 61. Handling Emergencies
  62. 62. Handling Emergencies
  63. 63. Safety Off the Job
  64. 64. Safety Off the Job
  65. 65. Safety Off the Job
  66. 67. Randy Gray, Adjunct Instructor, IS-100 Fall 2010 Online Course & President Grayhawk Safety & Health Consulting Company 5795 Mayfield Hwy. Benton, Kentucky 42025-4749 270-703-8282 Cell 270-527-5680 Fax 270-205-0418 GM Hummer Onstar Cell Phone jgray0015@kctcs.edu randy@grayhawksafety.com www.grayhawksafety.com

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