WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD. COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA. YOUTH WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM. Safety Training For Employers and Mentors. Table of Contents. Ergonomics Movement and Physical Demands Lifting and Carrying Heat Stress Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac Earthquakes
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Keep arms at your side
Keep your wrists flat
Monitor at arms length
Take regular breaks
Sit with good posture
Move eyes away from monitor every 15 minutes for a few seconds
Stay healthy on the job !Ergonomic Guidelines♦ Keep it Natural♦ The Next Position is the Best Position
Your safety is our number one priority. Report any safety hazards immediately to your Site Mentor and/or the Program Coordinator at phone number 805-478-5536.
This program applies when WIB Youth participants are exposed to outdoor heat at or above the following temperature and clothing action levels.
Only the oil (urushiol) from poison ivy, oak, or sumac plants can cause a rash (allergic contact dermatitis ). The best way to avoid contact with urushiol and getting a rash is to avoid the plants.
Learn to recognize these plants, especially those near where you live. The plants may look different depending on the season and the area where they are growing. A county agricultural extension service may be able to help you identify the plants in your area. See a picture of poison ivy, oak, and sumac leaves .
While their appearance changes with the seasons, the plants usually contain the same amount of urushiol year-round, even in the winter when they only appear as bare sticks. Black areas on the plants may help you identify them in the winter (urushiol turns black when exposed to air). Living, dormant, and dead plants all contain urushiol, although dead leaves do not contain a lot of it.
After an Earthquake
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Santa Maria, 93454
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