HIBBING COMMUNITY COLLEGE Student-Worker Training July 2011
Please read the information contained in this program. • Complete the HCC student worker exercise. • Complete student worker training roster. • Turn all information into your supervisor upon completion.
Minnesota AWAIR Program A Workplace Accident and Injury Reduction Components: • Assign Safety Responsibilities • Hazard Identification, Analysis • & Control Communication • Accident Investigation and • Corrective Action • Enforcement of Safe Work • Practices and Rules • Active Safety Committee
“NOT MY JOB” AWARD AWAIR assigns responsibility to all levels
WHO’S RESPONSIBLE FOR SAFETY? • COLLEGE PROVOST • DEANS & DIRECTORS • DEPT. HEADS, FOREMAN, SUPERVISORS • EMPLOYEES INCLUDING STUDENT WORKERS EVERYONE IS INVOLVED IN THE SAFETY PROCESS
EMPLOYEES • REPORT ALL INJURIES & ACCIDENTS TO YOUR SUPERVISOR • Follow all safety rules • Inspect work area daily • Use personal protective equipment as needed • Work safely • Report any unsafe conditions to supervisor
MINNESOTA EMPLOYEE RIGHT-TO-KNOW LAW • Federal Law - 29 CFR 1910.1200 • State Law - Chapter 5206.0100
Employer Requirements A. Evaluate Workplaces for: 1. Hazardous Substances 2. Infectious Agents 3. Harmful Physical Agents a. Heat b. Noise c. Ionizing Radiation (X-ray) d. Non-Ionizing Radiation B. Provide training & information to all employees who are routinely exposed
WHO NEEDS TO COMPLY?? • Any company, school or business who has employees exposed to hazardous substances, infectious agents or harmful physical agents • This includes almost all companies, schools/colleges and businesses!!!
EMPLOYEE RIGHTS • Receive required annual training • Receive information on hazardous products when requested within 24 hours
RIGHT TO REFUSE TO WORK • Imminent Danger = Potential for serious illness, injury or death • The EMPLOYEE must : • Refuse to work • Employer can: • Correct the Hazardous Condition • Re-assign the employee to another area • Employee may request an OSHA investigation if one of the two above are not met
SIX STEPS TO COMPLIANCE • Inventory • Obtain MSDS • Written Program • Labeling • Training • Documentation
LABELING OF SECONDARY* CONTAINERS *Secondary containers are containers that products may be transferred into. • PRODUCT NAME • HAZARD WARNING • MANUFACTUER NAME & PHONE (OPTIONAL)
FIRE HAZARD 4 HEALTH REACTIVITY 1 2 FLAMMABILITY REACTIVITY W PERSONAL PROTECTION HEALTH HAZARD SPECIFIC HAZARD LABELS FOR SECONDARY CONTAINERS NFPA HMIS
NFPA AND HMIS LABELS USE A NUMERICAL RATING SCALE TO INDICATE THE LEVEL OF THE HAZARD. THESE NUMBERS ARE FILLED IN THE SQUARES ON THE LABELS ON THE PREVIOUS PAGE. THE RATING SCALE IS 0 – 4. 4? 2? 0 = LOW HAZARD 4 = HIGH HAZARD 6?
Material Safety Data Sheets Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are chemical information sheets provided by the manufacturer. Your employer is required to have an MSDS for each chemical at the workplace. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS
Sections of MSDS • In your packet of information you have a MSDS for a product. As you can see, the information is divided into sections. Some of the MSDS’s may look different, but ALL are required to have this information. Please follow along on your MSDS as each section is summarized.
PREVENTING ACCIDENTAL OVEREXPOSURE • Know Products • Proper PPE • Safe Practices / Rules • Practice Good Hygiene
A LOT IS UP TO YOU.... • Read Directions • Follow Procedures • Check MSDS • Use PPE • Identify Problems & Concerns
Complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under Employee Right-to-Know using the MSDS
BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN DEFINITION • Pathogenic (disease causing) organisms that can be transmitted by contact with blood or other body fluids on NON-INTACT skin or mucous membranes (eyes, mouth, nose). • Includes Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and other pathogens
STANDARD PRECAUTIONSUNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONSBODY SUBSTANCE ISOLATIONAssume ALL blood and body fluids are infectious (anyone, any age), use a barrier / PPE if providingfirst aid!!
Clean-up Procedure • Notify your supervisor of any spill involving blood or other potentially infectious material. • DO NOT CLEAN UP!!!
Method of Hand Washing • Use soap and running water • Rub hands vigorously – 15 • seconds • Wash ALL Surfaces, Including: • - backs of hands • - wrists • - between fingers • - under fingernails
Method of Hand Washing • Rinse well • Dry hands with a paper towel • Turn off the water using a • paper towel
Complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under Bloodborne Pathogens
Extinguisher Classification Combustible • Class A – ordinary combustibles (wood, cloth, paper) • Class B – flammable liquids, gases, greases • Class C – energized electrical equipment • Class D – combustible metals • Class K – commercial kitchens Flammable Electrical Ordinary C B A D Equipment Liquids Combustibles Metals
Use of Fire Extinguishers • PASS…ERBY • Pull the pin. • Aim at the base of the fire. • Squeeze the trigger. • Sweep from side to side. • Egress • Route • Behind • You
Fire Alarms • Means get out of the building – NOW! • May be further instructions upon exit. • Last one out of a room shuts door but doesn’t lock it. • Never assume it is just a drill. • Avoid elevators.
What does the fire alarm sound like at Hibbing Community College? • Old Building: Alarm in Each Building • New Building: Alarm in Each Building • Phone Notification in all Areas
Emergency Action Plan • Escape routes should be the shortest routes possible. • Know escape routes and where to meet following drills and emergencies. • Evacuation route maps are posted in classrooms
Muster Locations • Classrooms & offices on the NORTH side of the college will evacuate to the north parking lot by the hockey arena entrance. This includes M building through the Business Office. • Classrooms & offices on the SOUTH side of the college will evacuate to the south parking lot by the handicap parking spots in the west lot.
Building A – Room A107 & Hallway Building M – M142 & M121 Planetarium - Basement Building F – F34 & below the stage Where is your shelter? Building C – C145 & C146 (dressing rooms) Building G – Area outside G10 PE Building – Men’s locker room, lower level Building L – L34 & L36 Building B – B127, B108, B109 & Hallway Building D – D38 & D20
Eyewash & Showers • Push valve open • Hold eyes open • Roll eyes
Complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under Fire & Emergency Action Plan
MN STATE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Non-Discrimination And Harassment Policy
A Professional Atmosphere • “MNSCU is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment or education opportunity”
What is Harassment??? • Can be Verbal, Physical or Visual • Slurs or Negative Stereotyping • Threatening, Intimidating or Hostile Acts • Slanderous Jokes
What is Harassment??? • Written or Graphic Material that: • Is Slanderous • Shows Hostility • Shows Aversion to Individual or Group • Sexually Oriented
What is Sexual Harassment? • Unwelcome Sexual Advances • Requests for Sexual Favors • Verbal Abuse • Sexually motivated physical conduct • Verbal or physical conduct of sexual nature
Harassment Cannot Be: • Explicitly or Implicitly linked to Employment • Basis for Employment Decisions • Interfere with Work Performance by • Intimidating • Hostile • Offensive
Where Do You Go for Help? • Supervisor • Human Resources Department
Complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under Non-Discrimination & Harassment using the Non-Discrimination & Harassment policy
MNSCU Code of Conduct & Ethics This procedure establishes the code of conduct expected of all administrators, faculty, staff and student employees including work study.
MNSCU Code of Conduct & Ethics Employee ethics are important in every organization. Employee ethics include: • Conflicts of Interest • If you work at Wal-Mart from 7 – 9pm and turn in work study time for hours at the same time period (7 – 9pm). • As a work study, I may not enter into a business relationship with one or more of my supervisors. • Compensation, benefits or gifts • Acceptable gifts are gifts of nominal value (less than $5) including key chains, cup of coffee, or other trinkets • Personal Advantage • Cannot use position to gain personal advantage that would not be available to the general public
MNSCU Code of Conduct & Ethics • Use of State Property • College property is not to be used for personal or private use except computers – see MNSCU procedure 5.22.1 • Political Influence • May not use position to advance a political party or candidate