b'Workplace Safety & Training Workplace Safety & TrainingBLOODBORNE PATHOGENS Understanding Forklift Safetyand ControllingBloodborne InfectionsThe Danger ofBloodborne pathogens are orecganisms or viruses in human blood tha . 10 Steps to SafetyBloodborne FIRE EXTINGUISHERS y Handling FireLifesaving Posters Forklift Safety Bundle 2. Loading & Unloadingthat is visibly contaminated with blood aginal secretionst can inf, saliveca, and ant and cause diseasey other body fluid . Other body fluids can also cause inftion, including semen, vWho Is at Risk?Pathogens wwheol ive ay come in contact with blood or other bodily fluids islo aotd r/isfklu. iTdh eexspe oinsudrievi, dsuucahlsainsc hluedaelt ha ncayroen eEmergenciesAnhyoo nears ,d em mergr fe in rscty-r-eressppoonnsese m weodrikcearl sc, ahroeu asnedke/oerp hinagv es ptaofteernst, ipaol blice, firefighters and lifeguards.provimdeTo avoid infection and disease, pract all bodily fluids artice a method called Universal Precautions, developed by the Center For Diseasey k i es mounted. 1. Training B D 3. Batteries 1. R Fiemain calm.Conettry prol. Tecautionshis method assumes tha otective equipmen tially dangerWHE w blood or other potentially inf sher i inr apklaecse s thoa lplr beve esnettmanodv wemheeneltobflo tcrkusc kssh, atlrla bilee r s,seoccukrebdo abredf oorrebtrhiedyg eaprela dtersiv, sehna olvl bere,pwriotphe trhleyi r& Fuel TanksHow to AvoidIn Csaf , as w ed? 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Such examination shall be made y p idss.suoilCheck Your1 if tKneo w Tei e3 Matioe on mc 2 s ande 2 .C ates to the ex : the u , la neelre act od or o ee thch outiaod nefec s ma 1 2 3 WR02421 of each poster shown procedures to help avoid accidents Place check in OKMAIN MAINTENANCE OK MAIN MAINTENANCE OK MAIN MAINTENANCENEEDS T. Running over loose objects on theNEEDS T. MAINTENANCE OKNEEDS T. MAINTENANCE at least daily. Defects reported when and found corrected. shall Vacid Choking is recognizable when the victim CANNOT breathe, cough gas. Date_________ Date________ao a jb w Fla e tblcan bereaso ta ete sit mm roadway surface shall be avoided.hvictm or talkno air is moving through the persons throat. Ask, Are y bleentincludingapplicable box (Initials) (Initials) (Initials) / / MAINTENANCE OK APPROVAL MAIN APPROVAL be immediatelyFiresahnd WhoicshtCEoxmtinmgounis Thyepr etosUof eing? 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This plan should list each task and procedure with occupational exposur, T .and explain the Checklist help identify possibleBrakesService Forklift Operator Evaluation Industrial Evaluators Copy includingEmployers Written WArning: It is very dangerous t e water or a Class A Extinguisher on a Class B or Class C fir . . Take the time now to learnBrakesParking Trucks Clean All traffic regulations shall be observed,im is NOTe appr or each category.o satisfy OSHA rap your arequirms aremenound the personts. (Seewhich emeans and methods the employer has adopted in order t tim and wr itle 29, Csode of xtinguishers ar waist above the navel. Make a fist, with thumb side against the Federal Regulations, 1910.1030.) Stand behind the vicExposure Plan talking, coughingstomach (above the waist and well below the breastbone),H condition,trucksfree of shall lint,beexcess kept oil, inaand cleanA safe distance authorized shallplantbe maintained speed limits. What to Wear or breathing: d glogenic glo 3 If you do not suspecte extyensiv, untileIndividual Posters:Horn eter Tail grease.for cleaningustible trucks. agents (Includes should approximately three truck truck lengths shall from be and grasp your fist with your other handHow to Use Your Extinguisher (P.A.S.S.) H Please Print be used Noncomb the truck ahead, control and at the all times.Gloves where blood, blood pr, glove liners or other altoducts or body fluids will be handlednjury: Hour M solvents with flashpoints above 100 F.) keptHypoaller a back or neck i Hydraulic ControlsThe tt arypes of personal pr 3 Pull your fi standar eves emplovesyers usually provide. n Inm n i m a o ernatives for employees who are allergic to the. ud c u ap andmaintenance issues early LightsHOperators Name S USN/A S = Satisfactory 9. 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Keep these devicentilation de es within easy reachTes Work Location_______________________________________________________________ Evaluators Name_______________________________________________ The driver shall be required to look in Pock ach:tha e appree of eopriaxposurte for a givote yecou antiven task depend: used during resuscita tion is likely. tacvyiper the ftlhae icnh gi no anned haend o T E Inspecting the Forklift (Pre-Operation) COMMENTS of Ramps USN/A COMMENTS thepath of of, tra andvel. keep a clear view (see red bullets) e equipment the victi wherever the need for resuscita P a: y lio b.e ta htee vicortimear oms arn his oe rr hequirer baed fck, or times when blood or protecting the head andles. WR0236Choking Poster OirtherFollowed operator daily checklist US = Unsatisfactory N/A = Not Applicable 8. 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Any other photocopying or reproducing in any form, whether in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited.Observed all traffic rules, warning signs, verhead clearancesBrak Did not allow passengers on platform while traveling Hiea iator Level Nonises TelephoneAmbulance:___________________________________________________ in o low r ecegudlar ( red ot a d dc h rsec uthe b _______________________________ Followwed no passengers ery ConnectorG L Ucreating an airtight seal, or use a mouth guard as shown. Give theFueling and Battery Rechargingopen the airway andMea kde selivu ered u t Name: ivery o cauesPhone:_______________________________ Allo ed other vehicles at a safe distance Turned engine off Hoaurngesbegin rescue breathing: reasctuch te bhre veatihc. 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