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Workplace Security practices

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Hazard is typically defined as a potential source of harm, or an adverse health effect on a person or persons. This simply means that anything that has the potential to cause damage or harm can be considered a hazard.

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Workplace Security practices

  1. 1. WORKPLACE SECURITY PRACTICES OHSE MEDIA CONTENT BY RUSSELSMITH
  2. 2. Workplace Security Hazards Hazard is typically defined as a potential source of harm, or an adverse health effect on a person or persons. This simply means that anything that has the potential to cause damage or harm can be considered a hazard. The most common of hazards are usually physical objects, which include, but are not limited to unguarded machinery, pieces of furniture, or chemicals.
  3. 3. Workplace Security Hazards The company's Injury and Illness Prevention (IIP) Program for Workplace Security addresses the hazards known to be associated with the three types of workplace violence. They are: • Type 1 hazards • Type 2 hazards • Type 3 hazards
  4. 4. Workplace Security Hazards Type I workplace violence This involves a violent act by an attacker with no legitimate relationship to the workplace who enters the workplace to commit a robbery or other criminal act
  5. 5. Workplace Security Hazards Type II workplace violence Involves a violent act or threat of violence by a recipient of a service provided by our establishment, such as a; • Client • Customer • Vendor • Criminal suspect
  6. 6. Workplace Security Hazards Type II workplace violence This involves a violent act or threat of violence by; • A current or former employee, supervisor or manager. • Another person who has some employment related involvement with our establishment; such as an employee's spouse or lover, an employee's relative or friend. • Another person who has a dispute with one of our employees
  7. 7. Security Hazards – Preventive Measures The following preventive measures have been implemented in the premises; • All employee and visitors must obey all security procedure • All employee’s bag must be searched by the security personnel. • All vehicle leaving the premises must be checked by the security personnel.
  8. 8. Security Hazards – Preventive Measures • Visitors will be issued tags at the security post as means of identification • Employee must not obstruct the flow of traffic in the premises or office • Employee must know ways to defuse hostile or threatening situations • Employees are to display their I.D. cards at the security post before entering the office building and this should be hung while in the building.
  9. 9. Hazard Reporting • There is a system available to employees, to inform management about workplace security hazards or threats of violence. • Employees reporting any security hazard will be protected against retaliation. • All security issues in the workplace is addressed by Security Hazard Evaluation Committee.
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