"Preventing Accidents and Injuries: Why Safety Matters for Customers, Employees, and Workers' Compensation"
In ProStart Year One, Chapter Three, students will learn about the importance of safety in the workplace. They will gain
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Slide1ProStartYear One Chapter Three Preventing Accidents and Injuries
Slide2Why Safety? Customers Employees
Slide3Workers’ Compensation State administered program designed to help employees who are injured in accidents at work or become sick due to job-related reasons.
Slide4OSHA – Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration Federal Agency that creates and enforces safety related standards in the workplace. Employers are required by law to inform employees of the job safety and health protection provided.
Slide5Mandatory for Foods ServicesOSHA Poster 2203 or 3167
Slide6MSDSMaterial Safety Data Sheets Describe hazards of chemicals. Each product has its own MSDS. Most can be found on the internet.
Slide7For ExampleClorox Bleach
Slide8Class of Fire Extinguisher A: Ordinary combustibles B: Flammable liquids C: Electrical Equipment
Slide9PASSPull Pin Aim at the base Squeeze the trigger Sweep from side to side
Slide10Evacuation Mark each route with… signs and lights Provide emergency… lighting All exit doors should open… outward Exit steps and ramps should be kept… clear and repaired
Slide11Preventing Burns Protective clothing and equipment Traffic patterns Check equipment, repair Pot handle location on the stove Hot fat Lifting Lids
Slide12Preventing Falls Verbally Warn Block Area Clean Area Leave sign until safe
Slide13Lifting and Carrying Safely Wear good shoes Wear good clothes Check the weight of the load Look for hand holds Check the balance of the load Ask for help is necessary Use hand trucks Use proper lifting techniques
Slide14Broken Glass Wear gloves Use a dust pan and brush Dispose of properly
Slide15First Aid Accidents can be prevented CPR – restores breathing and heartbeat Heimlich maneuver (abdominal thrust) removes food from airway if choking Get proper training
Slide16Safety AuditInspection of facilities, equipment, practices and management. In the form of a checklist.
Slide17Kitchen Shoes Skid resistant soles Low heels Lace up tightly or no laces Heat, water and grease resistant Closed toe style