Building up a Security Program for the Working environment

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Building up a Safety Program for the Workplace Bryan W. Shaw, Ph.D. Farming Engineering Department Texas Agricultural Extension Service The Texas A&M System

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Why Safety

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Why Safety Reduce Number of Injuries Reduce Costs Associated with Injuries Comply with Regulations

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Why Safety

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Why Safety Reduce Number of Injuries Reduce Costs Associated with Injuries Comply with Regulations

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Reduce Injury Costs Average cost of harm -~$11,000 Indirect cost ~ 50 times coordinate cost -Lost time/profitability, low assurance -Equipment Damage

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Costs by Injury

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Why Safety Reduce Number of Injuries Reduce Costs Associated with Injuries Comply with Regulations

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OSHA Inspections Region VI ~4,200/year ~1/2 customized Average cost ~$2,500 – 17,000 How frequently – once like clockwork Landscape ~ 40% of infringement were printed material infringement

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Creating a Safety Program

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Creating a Safety Program Management responsibility -Real duty -Active cooperation Assignment of Authority -Supervisors/foremen give lead -Safety board of trustees

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Developing a Safety Program

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Developing a Safety Program Develop/execute security arrangements and work rules -Policy ought to be brief, to the point and define administration's reasoning -Clear enforceable work rules -Require responsibility to go along

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Safety Rules General -apply to all representatives Job particular wellbeing rules -grew particularly for each significant occupation movement

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Developing a Safety Program Orientation and Training -Orientation ~ acclimate new representatives with security strategy and work rules -Provide consistent preparing ~ revive

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Why Orientation is Critical

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Developing a Safety Program Hazard Abatement -Schedule standard imspections -Document and right dangerous conditions or hones -Encourage reporting of risks -Develop security methodology for new gear

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Developing a Safety Program Commitment to harmed laborers -Healthy workers ~ gainful -Let harmed specialists realize that their necessities are a need

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Developing a Safety Program Injury measurements and reports -Keep records of all wounds -Use to assess wellbeing needs -Use to recognize perils to eliminate

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Employee Selection

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Employee Selection Develop Job Application Require all candidates to finish Verify data on application Use accessible sources to discover extra data Complete extra checks if work obliges candidate to drive

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Employee Selection Request candidates to submit to physical examination Request candidates to submit to medication tests Verify printed material finish before offer business

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Employee Orientation & Training

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Employee Orientation & Training General all workers Job Specific workers that perform particular undertaking

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Employee Orientation & Training Keep records of subjects secured Require workers to sign list Short incessant gatherings

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Employee Orientation & Training General ~ All workers Policy and tenets Proper lifting Ergonomics

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Employee Orientation & Training General ~ All representatives Policy and guidelines Proper lifting Ergonomics

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Employee Orientation & Training General ~ All representatives Policy and principles Proper lifting Ergonomics

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Ergonomics Ergo = work Nomos = work Ergonomics Make workplace fit specialists measurements Rotate representatives Working Smarter

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Ergonomics Machinery is regularly planned Without considering human interface, or To fit the normal human One size fits all

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Ergonomics Make hardware fit inside confinements and abilities of the specialist

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Ergonomics Two sorts of Injuries Instantaneous Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD)

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Ergonomics Instantaneous Occurs when the occurrence happens Most back wounds are coded as prompt

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Ergonomics Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) Cumulative ~ happening bit by bit Trauma ~ real harm Disorders ~ Physical sicknesses of strange conditions

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Ergonomics Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) Force Repetition Posture Lack of Rest

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Ergonomics - Force Find less demanding way Use assistive gadgets Get help

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Ergonomics Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) Force Repetition Posture Lack of Rest

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Ergonomics - Repetition Rethink errand Alter technique to minimize redundancy

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Ergonomics Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) Force Repetition Posture Lack of Rest

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Ergonomics - Posture Maintain great stance Modify workplace to encourage great stance

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Ergonomics - Posture

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Ergonomics Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTD) Force Repetition Posture Lack of Rest

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Ergonomics – Lack of Rest Consider pivoting workers Rotation to errand that burdens distinctive muscle ligament bunch

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Employee Orientation & Training Specific – Specific representatives Chemical Handling/PPE Mower Safety Chain Saw Safety Guards and Shields Proper Lifting, and so forth

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