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Safety Training Presentations. Office Safety. Goals. Fire Chemical Hazards Medical Emergencies Ergonomics Stress Other Office Hazards. Evacuation Procedures. Know locations of exits Be familiar with your company’s evacuation plan Go to the designated meeting area

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goals
Goals
  • Fire
  • Chemical Hazards
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Ergonomics
  • Stress
  • Other Office Hazards
evacuation procedures
Evacuation Procedures
  • Know locations of exits
  • Be familiar with your company’s

evacuation plan

  • Go to the designated meeting area
  • Keep exits and hallways clear
  • Participate in evaluation drills
fire response
Fire Response
  • Notify others—sound an alarm
  • Retrieve a fire extinguisher (only if plan

instructs to do so and you

have been properly trained)

  • Assess the situation
  • Call the Fire Department
fire prevention
Fire Prevention
  • Flammable or combustible liquids
  • Improper storage of combustible materials
  • Electrical cords and outlets
  • Space heaters
  • Smoking
chemicals and spills
Chemicals and Spills
  • Communicate the hazards
  • Evacuate the area
  • Notify trained spill responders
  • Keep others away from the spill area
medical emergencies
Medical Emergencies
  • Trained first-aid and CPR responders
  • Call an ambulance
  • First-aid kits
  • Bloodborne pathogens
natural disasters
Natural Disasters
  • Hurricanes
  • Flood
  • Windstorm
ergonomic risk factors
Ergonomic Risk Factors
  • Repetition
  • Force
  • Posture
  • Contact stress
  • Vibration
musculoskeletal disorders
Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Injury to the nervous system or soft tissue
  • Pain in hands, wrists, fingers, forearms, joints, or elbows
  • Tightness, soreness, coldness, stiffness, burning, tingling, numbness
  • Report any of these symptoms
posture
Posture
  • Head facing straight ahead
  • Knees bent 90 degrees
  • Feet flat on the floor or footrest
  • Wrists in line with forearms
  • Shoulders not hunched
  • Elbows close to the side
reduce repetition
Reduce Repetition
  • Alternate work activities
  • Take mini-breaks
  • Take eye breaks
  • Stretching exercises
stress
Stress
  • Stress factors
  • Symptoms of stress
  • Benefits of stress
stress management
Stress Management
  • Control your reaction to stress
  • Exercise, eat right, get adequate sleep
  • Avoid stressful situations
  • Get organized
  • Laugh, relax, take quiet time
slip trip and fall hazards
Slip, Trip, and Fall Hazards
  • Water on the floor
  • Torn carpet or flooring
  • Cords across walkways
  • Open file cabinet drawers
  • Standing on chairs to reach high shelves
  • Stairs of any kind
back safety
Back Safety
  • Do not try to lift more than you can handle
  • Maintain good back posture when sitting, standing, or lifting
  • Use material handling aids
  • Make sure you can see over or around loads you are carrying
safe lifting techniques
Safe Lifting Techniques
  • Establish a wide and stable stance
  • Bend at your knees and hips
  • Squat down next to the object
  • Firmly grip the object
  • Pull the object close
  • Tighten your stomach muscles
  • Rise up with your legs
electrical hazards
Electrical Hazards
  • Do not overload circuits
  • Do not use damaged electrical cords
  • Do not use plugs with missing ground connectors
  • Visually inspect electrical equipment
  • Do not touch breaker panels
cut hazards
Cut Hazards
  • Box knives
  • Scissors
  • Paper cutters
  • Envelope openers
other hazards
Other Hazards
  • Poor lighting
  • Staircases
  • Computer screen glare
  • Poor housekeeping
  • Busy hallways
summary
Summary
  • Learn evacuation procedures
  • Practice fire prevention
  • Reduce exposure to ergonomic risk factors
  • Control workplace stress
  • Lift safely
  • Practice good housekeeping
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