Safety Orientation. Washington State University Tri-Cities. WSU Tri-Cities EH&S Commitment. Provide a safe work environment Support the academic and research community with up to date health, safety, and environmental information relevant to higher education institutions
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On the first day of your employment, your supervisor should go over the “Safety Orientation Checklist” which covers :
If you have not seen this checklist, let your supervisor know.
With every job come safety hazards.
These may be:
Your supervisor should make you aware of the hazards specific to your job during your safety orientation
Statistically, the great majority of all injuries and time lost at WSUTC are due to ……..
Personal Work Habits
http://www.tricity.wsu.edu/ctc/Files/Stretchbreak.exeChoose 'Open' when prompted to do so. Press 'Ok' and 'Next' until the installation is finished.
When climbing to reach something high,
Use proper equipment (not your swivel desk chair!) and have a spotter.
Take one step at a time
On Wet Surfaces
Keep view unobstructed
Use good LIGHTING
Watch open file cabinet drawers
No cables/cords on floor
Stepping on/off elevator
4. Watch for changing surfacesPreventing Slips, Trips and Falls
Examples of Specific Job Related Training
Checklist and training- (you are currently taking the training)
Your supervisor will show you the plan
Located upstairs in the East hall across from room 254
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Safety Policy and Procedures Manual -online
Emergency Management 372-7163
Chancellor and Vice Chancellors
Safety begins with you
WSU Tri-Cities does not have full time security, fire, or first aid personnel. We depend on these services from the City of Richland. If you need an ambulance, a fire truck, or a policeman….
When you CALL 911
In the unlikely event of an any of the incidents listed below, you will be asked to “shelter in place,” or remain where you are until assistance arrives:
Complete an Accident Report Form
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