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Safety rules

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Working safely powerpoint_presentation

  1. 1. Working Safely
  2. 2. Why is working safely important?
  3. 3. What are our safety rules? Follow safety instructions Wash your hands Wear Personal Protective Equipment
  4. 4. Why is working safely important? People don’t get hurt
  5. 5. What do you do if someone gets hurt at work? Tell your team leader Follow the safety rules Get help
  6. 6. What does working safely mean? Following the safety rules Wearing the right protective equipment Keeping the work area safe
  7. 7. If there is an accident or something that could hurt someone, tell a team leader What does working safely mean?
  8. 8. The best workers work safely
  9. 9. Knowing about workplace hazards
  10. 10. What are hazards? A hazard is anything that could hurt you or make you sick. What could hurt you or make you sick where you work?
  11. 11. A hazard is anything that can cut you
  12. 12. A hazard is anything that can trip you
  13. 13. A hazard is anything that can burn you
  14. 14. A hazard is anything that can crush you
  15. 15. hurt your hearing A hazard is anything that can
  16. 16. A hazard is anything that can hurt your eyes
  17. 17. A hazard is anything that can make you sick
  18. 18. A hazard is anything that can cause you pain
  19. 19. Find the hazard
  20. 20. Find the hazard
  21. 21. Find the hazard
  22. 22. Find the hazard
  23. 23. Hazard signs Your workplace has signs to remind you to be careful. What does this sign mean?
  24. 24. Hazard signs What does this sign mean?
  25. 25. Hazard signs What does this sign mean?
  26. 26. Knowing about safety gear
  27. 27. Personal Protective Equipment To keep you safe at work you must wear safety equipment.
  28. 28. When would you wear these?
  29. 29. When would you wear these?
  30. 30. When would you wear this?
  31. 31. When would you wear these?
  32. 32. When would you wear these?
  33. 33. Is this person wearing the right safety equipment?
  34. 34. Knowing about the safety signs
  35. 35. What should you do when you see this sign? Wear safety glasses
  36. 36. What should you do when you see this sign Wear ear muffs or ear plugs.
  37. 37. What should you do when you see this sign? Wear a safety vest.
  38. 38. What should you do when you see this sign? Wear safety gloves.
  39. 39. Knowing about manual handling
  40. 40. Lifting What type of lifting equipment do we use? Why is it important to lift things using the right equipment?
  41. 41. What things can we lift with our hands?
  42. 42. What things need more than one person to lift them?
  43. 43. When do we use trolleys?
  44. 44. What do we use pallet jacks for?
  45. 45. When do we use a forklift?
  46. 46. Keeping your workplace safe
  47. 47. Machines and safety What machines do you use? What safety checks must you do first?
  48. 48. Disposing of waste What is waste at your workplace? What should be done with waste?
  49. 49. Keeping your work area safe What would you do if this was you?
  50. 50. Make your workplace safe
  51. 51. Keeping your work area safe What is wrong here?
  52. 52. Which picture shows the safe workplace?
  53. 53. Keeping your work area safe What is wrong here?
  54. 54. What should you do if you see a safety hazard Follow your work safety rules
  55. 55. Keeping your work area safe What should you do if you find a hazard? Report it
  56. 56. Knowing about evacuation
  57. 57. Why do we have an evacuation drill? • We can leave safely. • No one gets hurt. • No one gets left behind.
  58. 58. Evacuation Drill When you hear the alarm: 1. Stop work 2. Walk through the emergency exit to the assembly point 3. Answer your name when called 4. Wait for instructions
  59. 59. Exits Insert photo of emergency exit here Insert photo of emergency exit here
  60. 60. Assembly points Insert photo of assembly point

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