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  1. Summit’s“TOOLBOX SAFETY TALK” Slips, Trips and Falls WELCOME

  2. How does slips, trips and falls affect you? • 700 occupational fatalities in the US each year • CFR 1910.22 • Lost time • Lost production • Broken equipment • A lifetime of pain!!!!!!!

  3. SLIPS!! Slips: to slide along smoothly resulting in a sudden mishap • Weather conditions • Spills • Stairs • Tools • If you spill something clean it up!

  4. Safe worksites have become death traps when hazards are not corrected! • Poor house keeping • Dangerous surface conditions • Insufficient lighting • Inattention to tasks • Improper footwear

  5. The main causes of slips, trips and falls in the workplace? • Lack of work place inspection • Improper tool storage • Accumulations • Spills

  6. FOOTWEAR • Use good judgement with regard to footwear while on duty. Be certain footwear is in good condition and appropriate to your job function and outside weather condition.

  7. TRIPS!! Trips :to catch the foot on something so as to stumble • Damaged steps • Misplaced items • Inspect steps • Use handrails

  8. Does this look familiar?

  9. Can you identify the hazards?

  10. WHAT CAN YOU DO? • If something is creating a potential slip, trip, or fall hazard fix it (clean it up - move it) • Place signs to warn others of the potential hazard • If you can not fix it - Place a work order so that you facility manager is aware of the problem

  11. Notify Supervisor • Employees should immediately report all work related injuries to their supervisor • State law requires that injuries should be reported in writing within a limited number of days (varies by state) • Place a work order or use the Report of Unsafe Conditions form to get the problem fixed

  12. Plan and Prepare • Make sure employees understand the consequences. • Impress upon employees. • Use Data • Use the opportunity • Discuss the danger • Discuss prevention • Develop a program