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Vinnie vortex pp

  1. 1. Vinnie Vortex Induction for new employees<br />
  2. 2. Induction Process<br />This guide is designed to assist you, on specific induction requirements:<br />Take new staff member on an orientation walk<br />Key people, manager, supervisor, co-workers, safety representative, associated work areas<br />Job description<br />Tea facilities, Staff rooms, Toilets, Smoking areas<br />Print room, Conference room<br />Car Parks<br />Fire exit, fire equipment<br />Assembly areas<br />Safe working procedures<br />
  3. 3. Safety procedures<br />This guide is designed to assist you, on specific Safety procedures:<br />If you don't know ask<br />Fire exits & assembly areas are to be kept clear at all times<br />Staff will be trained to use fire extinguisher<br />In case of a fire go to appropriate assembly area <br />re: assembly areas<br />Everyone in the workplace is responsible for workplace health and safety<br />Report all accidents & incidents on the job immediately, no matter how trivial<br />Report all known observed hazards to their supervisor or manager<br />
  4. 4. Equipment safety checks<br />Check work station<br />Make sure computer is not obstructing walk ways<br />Make sure monitor is at correct height and stable<br />Check chair is in good order<br />Check lighting is functioning<br />Check printer for paper<br />Check seating position <br />Stretch before starting work, fingers hands arms back legs<br />
  5. 5. Safety representative<br />Manager : Vinnie vortex Fire warden <br />Supervisor: Fanny Gump Assembly area supervisor<br />Designer: Bruce withadick Assembly roll call<br />
  6. 6. Existing & potential hazards<br />Eye strain<br />Back strain<br />Hand strain<br />Neck strain<br />Pins & needles in legs<br />Paper cuts<br />Frustration, leading to anger, leading to self harm i.e.: hitting desk or someone!!<br />Wrong seat height, leading to pain or injury<br />Over working, due to not take breaks<br />Stress<br />Servere drug addiction!!<br />
  7. 7. Controlling the risk<br />Take breaks at proper intervals<br />Stretch, before ,during and after work <br />Walk around when not using pc<br />Handle paper with care<br />Make sure you back is straight and seat height correct<br />If stressed, count to ten real fast, this can help!! Talk to boss if to stressed<br />Seek help if not handling stress<br />Stay calm, walk out of studio if get to frustrated<br />Stay away from drugs!!! (Unless you have run out of ideas...;o) <br />
  8. 8. Reporting the risk<br />
  9. 9. Meetings, inspection & consultative process<br />Take minutes<br />Tick off people present<br />Read last meetings minutes<br />Action taken<br />Outcome<br />Future plans<br />New hazards<br />People to follow up<br />
  10. 10. Emergency procedures<br />
  11. 11. Legal Responsibilities<br />Employers Responsibilities: safe working environment, safe working systems<br />Safe and well maintained machinery, information, training and supervision<br />Workers Responsibilities: work with your employer and co-workers to improve safety<br />Obey any reasonable instructions, training and information given; follow safe work<br />procedures to do your work<br />Not put yourself or co-workers at risk<br />Report accidents, near misses and hazards to employer<br />Use protective equipment the correct way<br />Everyone in the workplace is responsible for workplace health and safety<br />
  12. 12. Safety signs & safety symbols<br />
  13. 13. Safety signs & safety symbols<br />
  14. 14. Hazard signs<br />
  15. 15. Hazard signs<br />
  16. 16. National O H & S policies<br />National Occupational Health & Safety Commission (NOHSC)<br /><br />occupational Health and Safety Information and Resources<br /><br />