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  1. Hibbing Community College Student Worker Safety Training Program August 2013

  2. All Northeastern Higher Education District (NHED) Colleges are committed to providing safe and healthful working conditions. One critical part of HCC’s safety program is to provide the training necessary to prevent workplace incidents that result in injuries.

  3. Please read the information contained in the Student Worker Training Program and answer the questions on the HCC Student Worker Exercise. • Complete the HCC Student Worker Exercise. • Complete the Student Worker Training Roster. • If you work in an area that has Hazardous Waste shown in Section 3 on the Student Worker Training Instructions handout, complete the Record of Employee Hazardous Waste Management Training form and Hazardous Waste worksheet. • Be sure to turn the following information into your supervisor: • Completed HCC Student Worker Exercise • Completed HCC Student Worker Training Roster • Completed Record of Employee Hazardous Waste Management Training form (if required).

  4. State of Minnesota’s AWAIRProgram AWorkplace Accident and Injury Reduction Program AWAIR Written Program Requirements Assign Safety Responsibilities Describe the methods used to identify, analyze and control hazards Communicate work-related hazards and controls Investigate accidents and implement corrective actions Enforce safe work practices and rules Maintain an active Safety Committee

  5. “NOT MY JOB” AWARD AWAIR assigns responsibility to all levels

  6. WHO IS RESPONSIBLEFOR SAFETY AT HCC? • COLLEGE PROVOST • DEANS & DIRECTORS • DEPARTMENT HEADS & SUPERVISORS • EMPLOYEES INCLUDING STUDENT WORKERS EVERYONE IS INVOLVED IN THE SAFETY PROCESS!

  7. EMPLOYEES ARE RESPONSIBLE TO: • Report all accidents, incidents, & injuries immediately to your supervisor • Follow all safety rules • Inspect their work area daily • Use personal protective equipment as needed • Work safely • Report any unsafe conditions to your supervisor

  8. Worksheet Assignment Complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under the AWAIR heading.

  9. MINNESOTA EMPLOYEE RIGHT-TO-KNOW LAW • Federal Law - 29 CFR 1910.1200 • State Law - Chapter 5206.0100(Passed by MN Legislature in 1983)

  10. Employer Requirements • Evaluate workplace and prepare an inventory of: • Hazardous Substances • Infectious Agents • Harmful Physical Agents • Heat • Noise • Ionizing Radiation (X-ray) • Non-Ionizing Radiation • Provide training and information to all employees who are “routinely exposed” to hazardous substances, infectious agents, or harmful physical agents.

  11. 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!!!

  12. EMPLOYEE RIGHTS Receive required annual training Receive information on hazardous products when requested within 24 hours Right to refuse to work under certain conditions

  13. RIGHT TO REFUSE TO WORK In the event of “Imminent Danger”, which is the “Potential” for serious illness, injury, or death, the EMPLOYEEmust REFUSE TO WORK. If an employee refuses to work under these circumstances, an Employer can: • Correct the Hazardous Condition • Re-assign the employee to another area THE EMPLOYEE may request an OSHA investigation if one of the two actions above are not undertaken.

  14. SIX STEPS TO COMPLIANCE 1 2 ERTK Written Program 3 4 5 Training Record 6 • Prepare & Maintain Inventory • Obtain Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) • Have a Written Program • Maintain Proper Labeling • Provide Training • Keep Necessary Documentation

  15. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are chemical information sheets provided by the manufacturer. Your employer is required to have a MSDS for each chemical in the workplace. YOU WILL FIND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS IN MSDS BOOKS LOCATED THROUGHOUT HCC.

  16. Sections in a MSDS In your packet of information you have a MSDS for a product called Zip Strip. As you can see, the information on this MSDS is divided into 16 sections. Because companies throughout the world are changing to the new Global Harmonized System from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to Safety Data Sheets (SDS), you may find some that may look different, but they all have information to protect you.

  17. LABELING OF SECONDARY CONTAINERS Secondary containers are containers that products may be transferred into. Labels must identify: • Product Name • Hazardous Chemicals it Contains • Words or Pictures showing Key Hazards • Manufacturer’s Name & Phone Number (Optional)

  18. NFPA VS HMIS LABELING 0 = LOW HAZARD 4 = HIGH HAZARD 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 NEXT PAGE. THE RATING SCALE IS 0 – 4.

  19. FIRE HAZARD 4 HEALTH REACTIVITY 2 1 FLAMMABILITY REACTIVITY W PERSONAL PROTECTION HEALTH HAZARD SPECIFIC HAZARD LABELING OF SECONDARY CONTAINERS ► 2 Accepted Methods ◄ NFPA HMIS

  20. TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL OVEREXPOSURE: Know the Products you are using. Use Proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Follow Safe Practices & Safety Rules. Practice Good Hygiene.

  21. A LOT IS UP TO YOU.... MSDS SAFE JOB PROCEDURE • Read the Directions • Follow Procedures • Check the MSDS • Identify Problems & Concerns • Use proper PPE

  22. Worksheet Assignment Using the MSDS provided to you, complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under the heading Employee Right-to-Know.

  23. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS AWARENESS

  24. 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). These disease causing organisms include Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and other pathogens.

  25. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS What body fluids are of concern for Bloodborne Pathogens {BBP}?

  26. What are the hazards? H e p a t i t i s E Hepatitis A Hepatitis C CAUTION Hepatitis B HIV BLOODBORNE DISEASES

  27. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS • Highest risk is to: • First Aid Providers • Body Fluid Clean-up Staff Am I at RISK?

  28. BBP Routes of Entry What are the primary routes of entry for body fluids and what can you do to protect yourself?

  29. BBP Routes of Entry Eyes Nose Mouth Prevention: Minimize Splashing & Use Barriers !

  30. BBP Routes of Entry Use Protective Barriers! Openings in Non-Intact Skin

  31. BBP Routes of Entry Piercing Skin with sharp objects Be Cautious !

  32. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS Universal Precaution: Treat all human blood And human body fluids for anyone at any age as Infectious. Use a barrier or other PPE if providing first aid!!. What you need to remember!!!!!

  33. BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS If its icky and its not yours, Don’t touch it !!!!!!!! Use Barriers or let the injured person Self-Manage when possible In other words

  34. Clean-up Procedure Student workers ARE NOT responsible for clean-up of bodily fluids which includes blood. NOTIFY YOUR SUPERVISOR of any spill involving blood or other potentially infectious material. DO NOT CLEAN UP!

  35. Proper Hand Washing Method • Use soap and running water • Rub hands vigorously for at least 15 seconds • Wash ALLsurfaces, including: • backs of hands • wrists • between fingers • under fingernails

  36. Proper Hand Washing Method Rinse well. Dry hands with a paper towel. Turn off the water using a paper towel.

  37. BBP KIT There are BBP Kits located in bathrooms at HCC.

  38. REMEMBERReport Any Potential Exposure to Your Supervisor Immediately

  39. Worksheet Assignment Complete the questions on the Student Worker Exercise under Bloodborne Pathogens.

  40. FIRE & EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN

  41. Fire Extinguisher Classifications 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

  42. Using a Fire Extinguisher • Follow this simple technique: • REMEMBER PASS…ERBY • Pull the pin. • Aim at the base of the fire. • Squeeze the trigger. • Sweep from side to side. • Egress • Route • Behind • You

  43. Fire Alarms • Means get out of the building – NOW! • May receive further instructions from Instructors or Staff upon exit. • Last one out of a room shuts the door but doesn’t lock it. • Never assume it is just a drill. • Avoid elevators.

  44. 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

  45. Emergency Action Plan • Evacuation route maps are posted in classrooms • Escape routes should be the shortest routes possible. • Know escape routes and where to meet following drills and emergencies.

  46. EMERGENCY EVACUATION SITES EVACUATION SITES PRIMARY FIRE TRUCK ROUTE

  47. Evacuation Sites Buildings A, B, C & D will evacuate to the north parking lot by the hockey arena entrance.

  48. EMERGENCY EVACUATION SITES Buildings A-B-C-D PRIMARY FIRE TRUCK ROUTE EVACUATION SITES

  49. Evacuation Sites Buildings E & F (Art, Theater, Music) will evacuate to the parking area west of Building G.

  50. EMERGENCY EVACUATION SITES Buildings E-F EVACUATION SITES PRIMARY FIRE TRUCK ROUTE