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Occupational Health and Safety Powerpoint Presentation

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This is a Powerpoint Presentation I have been asked to prepare as part of my assessment for the Certificate 3 in Multimedia at Tastafe, Alanvale, Launceston.

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Occupational Health and Safety Powerpoint Presentation

  1. 1. Occupational Health and Safety Training for new and existing employees By Jodie Lowe
  2. 2. Welcome and Introduction Welcome everyone Today we are covering our company’s Occupational Health and Safety policies for new and existing employees. Let’s get started with some information to help familiarize new workers with key information.
  3. 3. Induction for New Employees Your supervisor, George Clooney, will manage your induction. Ask any questions of him except those about his recent marriage to brilliant lawyer, Amal. You will be personally introduced to the team shortly. George will also show you around the building so you know where everything is. A map will be included of the building in your Induction Pack as well a chart showing Who’s Who in the business. George will explain day to day requirements of the job, hours you will work, meal breaks and daily logistics.
  4. 4. Your supervisor, George Clooney
  5. 5. Occupational Health and Safety for New Employees Your Health and Safety Representatives Ewan McGregor (left) and Colin Firth (right)
  6. 6. Occupational Health and Safety for new employees Ewan and Colin will do a separate OHS presentation for you explaining matters such as correct posture, keyboard use and other OHS practices used in our company. FYI, Colin doesn’t like talking about Pride and Prejudice and just wants to be known for taking OHS seriously. So do we.
  7. 7. Equipment safety checks Computers are maintained by our IT department Employees log computer faults using a maintenance form. Ergonomic chairs in our office are checked every six months and staff are encouraged to report any problems. Company cars are serviced every 12 months and are in excellent working order. Electrical cabling is safely installed in the building and regularly checked by a qualified person to ensure it meets the Australian Standard AS/NZS 3760. The Fire Service checks all our smoke alarms are working every six months
  8. 8. Existing and potential hazards Not having any emergency plan Not clearly showing where emergency exits are Walkways cluttered with objects Electrical cabling left out for people to trip over Incorrect lifting of heavy objects Employee fatigue Mats that can cause people to slip Spills not cleaned up off the floor Toxic chemicals on site Poor ventilation Bullying
  9. 9. Our procedure for controlling risks Reporting workplace OHS incidents and store these on a safe, central database Recording injuries caused in these incidents Getting regular feedback from employments about unsafe features of the business; equipment and/or the building itself Conducting regular risk assessments and work out how you would deal with the most serious OHS risks and formulate a plan Educating employees about how to avoid injury at work Ensuring all equipment is correctly and regularly maintained. Safety representatives meet regularly with staff and senior management to discuss important OHS issues and fix problems
  10. 10. Our process for consulting about OH&S issues Our safety representatives, Ewan McGregor and Colin Firth, meet weekly with all employees and senior management. It’s a chance for people to share information about safety concerns at work The information from staff is relayed to senior management and an action plan is developed as a priority. Senior management will come back to staff with the response to the OHS concerns identified All this information is stored on a central database
  11. 11. Procedure for reporting risks and incidents Employees report risks and incidents by filling out a form available from reception. This is given to our company’s Safety Representatives The information and responses are stored on a central database. As well as filling out this form, the employee must advise their direct supervisor of the risk/incident. Safety Representatives take the matter to senior management to ensure it is fully investigated. Outcome of investigation is reported back to staff as a priority and the response to the incident will be reviewed to see how it could have been dealt with better.
  12. 12. How we discuss OHS issues Report the incident to your supervisor and safety advisor and tell colleagues. Every week we discuss these issues during our staff meetings If you have a suggestion for how we can deal with an OHS issue more effectively, tell the Safety Reps If you are still dissatisfied with how a matter has been dealt with, you are welcome to discuss it with Senior Management
  13. 13. Fire
  14. 14. In a fire emergency Follow the Emergency Plan. Copies are in every desk and on the tearoom wall Follow all instructions from your Fire Warden, Michael Scott
  15. 15. Fire Emergency continued Leave the building as directed by your Fire Warden and if smoke is present crawl down low Do not panic Once you are safely outside please move to the designated emergency meeting location and remain there and await further instructions The Fire Warden will have rung the Fire Brigade and they will be on their way
  16. 16. Injury Immediately contact the First Aid Officer, Jerry Seinfeld Call the ambulance on 000
  17. 17. Assault If someone is assaulted at work Immediately dial 000 and call Tasmania Police and Ambulance Tasmania
  18. 18. In an electricity emergency dial 000 For power outages contact the distributor Tas Networks on 13 2004 Gas emergencies and faults 180 2111
  19. 19. Your Employer’s OHS Obligations In Tasmania you’re employer must give you:  A safe work environment  Procedures which allow you to work safely  Tell you if any work tasks come with hazards  Training so that you can do your job safely  Supervision  Protective equipment and clothing (Source: http://worksafe.tas.gov.au)
  20. 20. Your OHS obligations as an employee Follow instructions designed to keep you safe at work Don’t put the health and safety of your colleagues or yourself at risk Report hazards and incidents that occur at work Help to improve workplace safety (Source: http://worksafe.tas.gov.au)
  21. 21. Here are some hazard and safety signs Source: http://www.seton.net.au

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