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  1. Safety Attitude

  2. Session Objectives • You will be able to: • Understand you are responsible for safety • Provide a clear definition of safety attitude • Think about safety in all work situations • Teach and talk about safety • Model safety

  3. Safety Attitude Makes a Difference • Prevents injuries • Keeps the company OSHA compliant • Prepares for the unexpected • Improves work environment and morale

  4. Safety Is Not Just a Slogan • Safety is priority 1 • Safety as a core value

  5. Developing Safety as a Value • Think about safety • Talk about safety • Work safely • Safety as a habit • Safety part of your character

  6. Safety Responsibility at Work • Management • Safety Manager • Supervisor • You

  7. Safety Responsibility at Home • Provide a safe environment • Provide safety equipment • Teach children safety • Lead by example

  8. Safety Attitude Defined • Show concern for others • Stay informed about safety • Follow safety rules and procedures • Identify hazards • Stay healthy, fit, and focused

  9. Unsafe Attitude • Complacency • Carelessness • Recklessness • Fatigue

  10. Safety Attitude Definition— Any Questions? • Any questions about the definition of a safety attitude, developing safety as a core value, or your responsibility for safety?

  11. Think Safety: Machine Operations • Consider the hazards • Wear PPE • Inspect machines and equipment • Get training • Follow lockout/tagout procedures • Perform maintenance only if authorized

  12. Think Safety: Material Handling • Consider your back • Utilize material-handling aids • Evaluate the load and clear the path • Use PPE • Lift properly

  13. Think Safety: Working with Chemicals • Consider the hazards • Read the label or MSDS • Wear PPE • Follow storage and handling procedures

  14. Think Safety: Housekeeping • Requires initiative and responsibility • Prevents injuries • Prevents fires • Ensures access to evacuation routes and emergency equipment

  15. Think Safety: Emergency Preparedness • Fire extinguisher locations • Emergency exits • First Aid and CPR

  16. Think Safety: Away from Work • Home projects • Automobile safety • Sports activities • Safety officer for your children

  17. Think Safety: Meetings and Training • Learn about PPE, machine guarding, working with chemicals, evacuation routes • Learn safe operating and working procedures • Ask questions or suggest additional training • Conduct training

  18. Thinking Safety—Any Questions? • Any questions about how a person with a safety attitude is always thinking about safety?

  19. Talk Safety: Co-workers • Discuss safety hazards • Provide safety suggestions and report hazards • Initiate safety discussions

  20. Talk Safety: Teach Others • Teach others about safety hazards • Teach others about PPE • Teach about safe operating procedures • Stop unsafe acts

  21. Talk Safety: At Home • Discuss safety hazards • Teach safe procedures • Encourage safe behavior and use of PPE • Discuss emergency plans

  22. Act Safe: Set an Example • Wear PPE • Inspect equipment, machinery, and chemical labels • Follow safe operating procedures • Understand workplace hazards • Be involved with safety meetings or the safety committee

  23. Act Safe: Encourage Safe Behavior • Compliment others for following safe working procedures • Compliment others for wearing PPE • Put a stop to horseplay • Tell management about unsafe conditions, procedures, or acts

  24. Act Safe: Health and Fitness • Get plenty of sleep • Eat nutritious meals • Start a stretching and exercising program • Manage stress • Avoid drugs and alcohol

  25. Talk and Walk Safety—Any Questions? • Any questions about how a person with a safety attitude talks and walks safety?

  26. Key Points to Remember • Make safety a value • Safety is your responsibility • Learn to assess and correct hazards • Talk and teach safety • Model your safety attitude