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  1. ACCIDENT PREVENTION

  2. FORESEEABILITY • ANTICIPATE A DISASTER • DEVELOP A PLAN TO MINIMIZE IT’S EFFECT

  3. FORESEEABILITY • FACTORS REQUIRED FOR DAMAGE • SUSCEPTABLE HOST • ENVIRONMENT • DAMAGE AGENT (USUALLY ENERGY) • PRESENCE • DAMAGING DOSE

  4. HUMAN HOST SUSCEPTIBILITY • PHYSICAL • STRENGTH • MANUAL DEXTERITY • HEIGHT • WEIGHT • PERCEPTUAL ABILITY • SEX

  5. HUMAN HOST SUSCEPTIBILITY • PSYCHOLOGICAL • KNOWLEDGE • PERCEPTION • ATTITUDE • BEHAVIOR • EGO CENTRICITY

  6. ACTION OF DAMAGE AGENTS • TRANSFER OF ENERGY IN EXCESS OF DAMAGE THRESHOLD • BUMPS -> BRUISES -> BREAKS

  7. ACTION OF DAMAGE AGENTS • INTERFERENCE WITH NORMAL EXCHANGE OF ENERGY • MECHANICAL ENERGY • TRANSFER • BY PERSON OR OBJECT FALLING DOWN • BY OBJECT FALLING ON PERSON OR OTHER OBJECT • BY PERON OR OBJECT RUNNING INTO OBSTRUCTION

  8. ACTION OF DAMAGE AGENTS • INTERFERENCE WITH NORMAL EXCHANGE OF ENERGY • MECHANICAL ENERGY • TRANSFER • BY ENERGY STRIKING PERSON • VESSEL UNDER PRESSURE OR VACUUM • SPRINGS

  9. ACTION OF DAMAGE AGENTS • INTERFERENCE WITH NORMAL EXCHANGE OF ENERGY • MECHANICAL ENERGY • TRANSFER • RELEASE OF ENERGY IN MOTION • PINCH POINTS • CATCH POINTS • SQUEEZE POINTS • RUN-IN POINTS

  10. ACTION OF DAMAGE AGENTS • ELECTRICAL ENERGY • BIOLOGICAL OR MICRO BIOLOGICAL ORGANISMS • CHEMICALS • THERMAL ENERGY (NON-FIRE) • FIRE

  11. ACTION OF DAMAGE AGENTS • RADIATION • INFRARED • ULTRA VIOLET • IONIZING •  •  • 

  12. CONTROL MEASURES • PREVENT OR LIMIT DAMAGE FROM ENERGY OR ENERGY TRANSFER • PREVENT ACCUMULATION OF HAZARDOUS AMOUNTS OF ENERGY • LIMIT SPEED • LIMIT ELECTRICAL VOLTAGE, CURRENT • LIMIT CHEMICAL QUANTITIES • IN USE • IN STORAGE

  13. CONTROL MEASURES • PREVENT OR MODIFY RELEASE OF ENERGY • BOTTLE CARRIERS • FIRE PROOF CANS • FUSES: ELECTICAL, MECHANICAL

  14. CONTROL MEASURES • PROVIDE TIME OR SPACE SEPARATION BETWEEN ENERGY AND HOST • DISTANCE • CAGES • LOCK OUT / TAG OUT • EXPOSURE MONITORING

  15. CONTROL MEASURES • BARRIERS TO BLOCK OR ATTENUATE ENERGY TRANSFER • BARRIERS • SHIELDING • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

  16. CONTROL MEASURES • RAISE THRESHOLD TO PREVENT AND/OR REDUCE DAMAGE • PHYSICAL CONDITIONING • IMMUNIZATION • ACCLIMATIZATION • TRAINING

  17. PROVIDE EMERGENCY RESPONSE • TRAINING • CPR • FIRST AID • MSDS • STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES • LAB PROCEDURES

  18. PROVIDE EMERGENCY RESPONSE • PLANNING • FIRE • 911 • EVACUATE • (DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CONTROL A FIRE UNLESS YOU ARE TRAINED IN FIRE SUPPRESSION) • MEDICAL • 911 • FIRST AID

  19. PROVIDE EMERGENCY RESPONSE • SPILLS • 911 • EVACUATE • DELUGE SHOWER • EYEWASH

  20. PROVIDE EMERGENCY RESPONSE • CLEAN UP • VENTILATE • NEUTRALIZE • ABSORB • DISPOSAL • HAZARDOUS WASTE • NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE

  21. THERE ARE OLD TEACHERS AND BOLD TEACHERS.BUT NO OLD, BOLD TEACHERS