Cal OSHA Required Training. Presented by Thomas Smith County Safety Officer Kings County. Objectives. Understand the role of the California Occupational Health and Safety Administration (Cal OSHA) Understand in a general sense the training obligations required by Cal OSHA
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Presented by Thomas Smith
County Safety Officer
Why do I have to train?
You are the chief airplane washer at the company's hangar you
(1) Hook high pressure hose up to the soap suds machine.
(2) Turn the machine "on".
(3) Receive an important call and have to leave work to go home.
(4) As you depart for home, you yell to Don, your assistant,
"Don, turn it off."
(5) Assistant Don thinks he hears, "Don't turn it off."
He shrugs, and leaves the area right after you.
(6) As with any occupation, make sure personnel have a clear understanding of what you are communicating!
Training not only teaches you but also helps you remember what you probably already know
doesn’t look right.
SH… Cool? What the heck does that mean?
“I don’t believe, and this facility does not believe, in safety first. Safety first is not what we sell. We sell paper. Our goal is to get a roll of paper out the door at the best possible price at the best possible quality. That means doing it without interruptions and injuries; incidents and injuries are interruptions to that process. People who are very much production-oriented can buy into safety from that perspective.”
Boise-Cascade’s Rumford mill