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Emergency Management System
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CODE BLUE - Medical Emergency – Cardiac / Respiratory Arrest
CODE RED - Fire
CODE GREY - Severe Weather
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FIRE SAFETY (CODE RED)
Your response to a CODE RED should be:
R – Rescue patients immediately from the fire o...
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Proper use of a Fire Extinguisher is:
P – Pull the pin
A – Aim at the base of the fire
S – Squeeze the handle
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• Communicate with co-workers during a fire or
fire drill.
• Always participate in Fire Drills in your
department.
• Know ...
• Staff should: Always wear your NAME BADGE
visible above the waist
• Secure your personal valuables and keys
• Never disc...
• Employee Right to Know – You have the right to
know what hazardous chemicals are in your work
area and how to protect yo...
Back Injury as the #1 workplace safety problem.

• OSHA cites
• Back Injuries are:

– Painful
– Long term /lifetime disabi...
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Hospital Safety Education

  1. 1. Emergency Management System
  2. 2. • • • • • • • • CODE BLUE - Medical Emergency – Cardiac / Respiratory Arrest CODE RED - Fire CODE GREY - Severe Weather CODE BLACK - Bomb /Bomb Threat CODE PINK - Infant/Child Abduction CODE YELLOW - Disaster – Mass Casualty CODE WHITE - Security Alert – Violence / Hostage CODE ORANGE - Hazardous Materials Spill • ***Healthcare personnel frequently respond to emergency situations or events in their facilities. • Standardized codes make responses faster no matter the location.
  3. 3. • • • • • • FIRE SAFETY (CODE RED) Your response to a CODE RED should be: R – Rescue patients immediately from the fire or smoke area A – Pull the ALARM station and give the location over the radio C – Contain the smoke or fire by closing all doors to rooms and corridors E – Extinguish the fire (when safe to do so) or Evacuate
  4. 4. • • • • • Proper use of a Fire Extinguisher is: P – Pull the pin A – Aim at the base of the fire S – Squeeze the handle S – Sweep from side to side
  5. 5. • Communicate with co-workers during a fire or fire drill. • Always participate in Fire Drills in your department. • Know the location of exits, pull stations and fire extinguishers. • Keep the hallways clear of equipment and clutter.
  6. 6. • Staff should: Always wear your NAME BADGE visible above the waist • Secure your personal valuables and keys • Never disclose access codes to unauthorized persons • Report suspicious persons/behaviors to Security and/or Facilities • Use the in-house radios or call 966-7232 for SFMC Security
  7. 7. • Employee Right to Know – You have the right to know what hazardous chemicals are in your work area and how to protect yourself against them • SDS – Safety Data Sheets (number is located on the telephone) • Call 800-451-8346 any time to access the SDS Hotline provided by 3E Company • Employees should clean up small spills and report large spills to their manager and Facilities.
  8. 8. Back Injury as the #1 workplace safety problem. • OSHA cites • Back Injuries are: – Painful – Long term /lifetime disability – Expensive to diagnose and treat • Back Injuries are the Result of: – – – – – – – Poor posture Poor conditioning Tension and Stress Aging and Disease Impact Trauma Repetitive Trauma Incorrect Lifting • Report all injuries on an EMPLOYEE ACCIDENT OR EXPOSURE REPORT.

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